Savoy note: David Britton's Lord Horror project is a genuinely multimedia creation, encompassing not only books but comics, records, spoken word recordings and (soon) film. We encourage you to explore the other areas of this site relating to the English Lord.
Savoy note: David Britton's Lord Horror project is a genuinely multimedia creation, encompassing not only books but comics, records, spoken word recordings and (soon) film. In answer to frequent queries, Savoy currently has no plans to reprint the book
The world of Lord Horror is one of irreducible weirdness. There's no discernible plot development, either here or in the Lord Horror comics; just a cycle of horrific atrocities peppered with grotesque comedy.
The world of Lord Horror is one of irreducible weirdness. Burning Jews rain from the sky, confectionery spilling from every orifice; new extremes of slaughter are matched blow for blow with new extremes of absurdity. It's not only the content which jars, either; the style is a similarly bizarre mix of register, arcane dialogue mixing with wartime slang and a continual use of asides-Horror's thoughts on life, the universe, buggery.
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by David Britton, Kris Guidio. ISBN 9780861300754 (978-0-86130-075-4) Softcover, Savoy Books, 1989. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Kris Guidio at LibraryThing.
Lord Horror: Reverbstorm, my collaboration with David Britton, makes The Quietus list of Literary Highlights of.Lord Horror (after Klaus Barthelmess).
Lord Horror: Reverbstorm, my collaboration with David Britton, makes The Quietus list of Literary Highlights of 2013. At the same site there’s Russell Cuzner talking to English Heretic Lord Horror (after Klaus Barthelmess). No, not Pete Murphy and c. Now that the Reverbstorm book is at the printers I have an excuse to discuss a few of the art and design appropriations that run through the narrative. I wanted to use some Bauhaus-style design back in the early 1990s when we were putting
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Excerpt from David Britton's novel Lord Horror, published in 1989 by Savoy Books of Manchester, England. Horror often had these lesser phantoms, which left him feeling euphoric. HORROR FELT increasingly unwell. Moving along the oven pavements of Times - the one place on earth that was brighter at midnight than midday - he joined the grizzly procession that had been vomited out of the inner city. Around him were decrepit buildings, their garish neon facades covering years of bureaucratic neglect. They were the Mecca for pimps, hookers, vagabonds and mendicants, victims and offenders.
David Britton’s comic book series of the 1990s, Lord Horror, forces us to confront these questions with particular urgency. It is a uniquely disturbing representation of fascism: an historical fantasy based on the life of the pre- war fascist and wartime Nazi radio broadcaster William Joyce. Joyce, who was executed for treason by the British in 1946, is resurrected as the figure of a virulently anti-Semitic British fascism.
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