RELEASE PERIODS : OCTOBER 2016 + 2017


The Horrorible Kids Series 1 set was released during the later half of 2016 around the time of the first annual GPK Convention in Vegas of that year. The entire set was created by artist Mark Pingitore who sketched and painted all eighteen characters to create a thirty-six, twin-card parody release poking fun at the horror film genre. The creative title is a play on the words 'horror' and 'horrible'. The first print run set, containing one asterisk (* © 2016 MARK PINGITORE PRTD. IN U.S.A.), was posted to his Magic Marker Art website for $55, along with an already established inventory of t-shirts, art prints, original artwork et cetera. The set was initially part of Pingitore's 'Slop Culture Kids' clothing line from March 2016 and started out as a small set 5x7 artwork on 7x9 card of seven characters with twin images as 'Horror A' set. The 'PEEL HERE' vinyl stickers have an ingenious tombstone-esque die-cut which is a nice reminder of early GPK releases with special sticker die-cuts. Pingitore's titles (Disasters of the Universe, Slop! Culture Kids, etc.) and products are wonderfully influenced by the 80's nostalgic toy and cartoon era.



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The Horrorible Kids Series 2 set was released one year after the first installment on October 12, 2017 right in time for the Halloween season. The eighteen-card, nine-character set is numerically sequential to the first set and was released along with other Horrorible Kids products including three premium enamel pins and a sticker sheet collection of previous characters. The first print run set, containing one asterisk (* © 2017 MARK PINGITORE PRTD. IN U.S.A.), is limited to 100 sets and sold for $35. The 'PEEL HERE' vinyl stickers have an ingenious tombstone-esque die-cut which is a nice reminder of early GPK releases with special sticker die-cuts. Pingitore's titles (Disasters of the Universe, Slop! Culture Kids, etc.) and products are wonderfully influenced by the 80's nostalgic toy and cartoon era.



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  1a MOMMA'S BOYD

~ Nomenclature = Momma's boy; also mama's boy, mummy's or mother's boy.
~ Horror film description: Friday the 13th (1980 mystery/slasher) – Pamela Sue Voorhees, the vengeful mother of Jason Voorhees, was a former camp-cook and gave birth to her hydrocephalic boy on June 13th, 1946 (a Friday).
def'n: Mother's boy – A man who is excessively attached to his mother at an age when men are expected to be independent.
 

1b  CRYSTAL LUKE

~ Nomenclature = Camp Crystal Lake
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~ Horror film location: Camp Crystal Lake – (also Camp Forest Green & Camp Blood) is a fictionaly summer camp for kids located in Crystal Lake, Cunningham County, NY. Home to the serial killer Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th movies.
def'n: Lake – A large body of water surrounded by land. A pool of liquid.
def'n: Cyrstal clear - Completely transparent and unclouded.

 

THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The original artwork (to the left) depicts Jason Voorhees with his infamous machete weapon but sans his famous hockey mask.
~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the slightly different 'Momma's BOYD II' name.
~ The updated artwork image (to the right) showcasing Jason Voorhees with the hockey mask that "he" wears in the first Friday the 13th movie is intact within the 'Horrorible Kids' vinyl sticker set.
~ The artwork image shows the mother-doted and overprotected Jason in floaties and a tire innertube while he's "playing" in the lake.




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2a  ELMER STREET

~ Nomenclature = Elm Street.
~ Horror film description: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984 supernatural/slasher) – Several sleepyheads hunted by a murdered serial killer, Frederick Charles "Freddy" Krueger who haunts and slays his victims with his clawed glove in their dreams which then becomes reality.
def'n: Elm street – The location where the nightmares took place.
def'n: Street – A public road in a city or town with house (and/or buildings) on one or both sides.

 
2b  NIGHT MARION

~ Nomenclature = Nightmare.
def'n: Nightmare – A very frightening or unpleasant dream. A very unpleasant experience or prospect. "One, two, Freddy's coming for you ... three, four, better lock your door ... five, six, grab a crucifix ... seven, eight, gonna stay up late ... nine, ten, never sleep again."
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the same 'ELMER Street' name.
~ The artwork image shows the main antagonist slashing a victim with his Freddy's Glove made up of four blades; counting sheep does not always work.
~ Wes Craven named the killer after his own childhood bully, Fred Krueger. The sweater is based off of the DC Comics character 'Plastic Man', but Craven made the colors red and green since he read somewhere that they are the two most clashing colors to the human retina.



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  3a  PIA SOUP

~ Nomenclature = Pea soup.
~ Horror film description: The Exorcist (1973 drama/horror) – An exorcism based loosely on actual events where the victim Regan levitates, speaks in tongues, projectile vomits, etc.
def'n: Soup – A liquid dish, typically made by boiling meat, vegetables, etc. in stock or water.
def'n: Pea soup – Soup made from peas, especially a thick, yellowish-green soup made from dried split peas.
def'n: Projectile vomit – vomiting that is sudden, usually without nausea, and so vigorous that it's forcefully projected a certain distance.
 
3b  COMPELLED CHRISTY

~ Nomenclature = C name to go with the word 'compel+led'; Compelled Christ.
def'n: Compel – To force or oblige someone to do something. To bring about by the use of force or pressure. To drive forcibly.
def'n: Exorcism - The expulsion or attempted expulsion of an evil spirit from a person (or place) by adjuration or religious or solemn ceremonies. To exorcise a demon.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the slightly different 'PIA Soup II' name.
~ The artwork image is similar to the OS7 GPK character 251a 'Barfin' BARBARA' and 251b 'VALERIE Vomit' artwork painted by John Pound and it's wrapper rendition rendered by artist Tom Bunk where the eyebrows are raised, rather than changed for the card image (see the OS7 section for the case study) where they were thickened. The Horrorible Kid character is holding a cooking pot and a wooden spoon, albeit in different hands.
~ Th popular song track 'Tubular Bells' was covered by the band Book of Love in 1988.



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  4a  CHAIN SAUL

~ Nomenclature = Chainsaw.
~ Horror film description: The Texas Chain Saw Masscre (1974 fantasy/thriller) – A group of teenagers on the road in Texas fall victim to an inbred family of cannibals.
def'n: Chainsaw – A mechanical power-driven cutting tool with teeth set on a chain that moves around the edge of the blade.
 
4b  MASS A. CARL

~ Nomenclature = Massacre.
~ Horror film character description: Leatherface (meat factory butcher) – The main antagonist who wears masks made of human skin. The character was inspired by the crimes of real-life murderer Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein (The Butcher of Plainfield).
def’n: Massacre – An indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people. To deliberately and violently kill (a large number of people).
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the slightly different 'Chain SAUL II' name.
~ One of eight Horrorible Kids in the set wearing the popular CPK shoes with two stripes found in the GPK card releases; first seen on OS1 character cards 10a 'Tee-Vee STEVIE' and 10b 'Geeky GARY' painted by John Pound.
~ Notice the humorous 'pinky up' or 'pinky out' while holding the chainsaw; it refers to tea etiquette and class; nowadays connotes elitism. Some individuals do this naturally or out of habit. He kills, but he's classy.



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  5a  HAL RAISER

~ Nomenclature = Hellraiser.
~ Horror film description: Hellraiser (1987 fantasy/slasher) – Involves the resurrection of Frank Cotton who had opened the door to an alternate dimension where his body was torn apart by creatures called Cenobites -- the lead Cenobite being Pinhead.
def'n: Hellraiser – A person who causes trouble by drinking, being violent or otherwise behaving outrageously.
 
5b  S. & EMORY

~ Nomenclature = S&M.
~ Horror film character description: Pinhead (Hell Priest) – Resides in an extradimensional realm as a transformed creature that travels to Earth trhough a puzzle box called the 'Lament Configuration' in order to harvest souls. An amoral entity that was devoted to the practice of experimental sadomasochism.
def’n: S&M – Defined as sadism or masochims which is the practivce of taking or causing abuse during sex. SM = Sado masochism.
def'n: Leather – A material made from the skin of an animal. informal. To beat or thrash (someone).
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the same 'HAL Raiser' name.
~ The artwork image depicts Pinhead holding a puzzle box best known as the Lament Configuration. A fictional lock puzzle known as a (Philip) Lemarchand's box that's a mystical and mechanical device that acts as a door or key to another dimension or plane of existence.




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  6a  MASKED MICHAEL

~ Nomenclature = Specific M name to go with the word 'mask+ed'.
~ Horror film description: Halloween (1978 slasher) – Takes place on Halloween night in Haddonfield, IL, a fictional town, where after 15 years Michael Myers returns to kill again after escaping Smith's Grove Sanitarium where he was committed to for killing his sister.
def'n: Masked – Wearing a mask on all or part of the face. To conceal one's true character or feelings.
def'n: Mask – A covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise or to amuse or terrify other people. False face.
 
6b  SHAUN SHAPE

~ Nomenclature = The SH name Shaun to go with the word 'shape'.
~ Horror film character description: Michael Myers – In the original Halloween, the adult Michael Myers is referred to as 'The Shape' in the closing credits.
def’n: Shape – The particular condition or state of someone. The external form or appearance characteristic of someone..
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the slightly different 'Masked MICHAEL II' name.
~ The artwork for Micheal Myers has the character holding a retro plastic pumpkin candy pail used for Trick-or-Treating; a horrible feeling when the plastic strap broke.
~ The character is taking Hallowe'en to heart and is sporting a Star Trek get-up for the special evening. In Halloween, Michael Myers wears a Captain Kirk mask that's painted white. For the card, Michael is also wearing a 'command' uniform often seen sported by James Tiberius "Jim" Kirk -- captain of the starship USS Enterprise. "Captain Kirk" is wearing an uncharacteristically popped or upturned collar and flashing his friend's, Mr. Spock's, Vulcan salute sign.



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  7a  SILENCE LAMBERT

~ Nomenclature = Silenced lambs; the movie title stems from the fact that after slaughter, screaming lambs are silenced.
~ Horror film description: The Silence of the Lamb (1991 horror/thriller) – A young U.S. FBI trainee, Clarice Starling, seeks advice from the imprisoned Dr. Lecter to apprehend another serial killer, known only as "Buffalo Bill".
def'n: Silence – The complete absence of sound. Caused to become silent; to prohibit or prevent from speaking (or bleating).
 
7b  CANNIBAL HANNIBAL

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme, the specific name Hannibal with the word 'cannibal'.
~ Horror film character description: Dr. Hannibal Lecter – A brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer. He's often depicted as having prepared gourmet meals from his victims' flesh and organs; admitting he once ate a census taker's liver "with some fava beans and a nice Chianti".
def’n: Cannibal – A person who eats the flesh of other human beings.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image was part of the original 'Horror A' limited edition 2016 print set of seven characters with the same 'Cannibal HANNIBAL' name.
~ The image perfectly portrays Hannibal Lecter with his restraint mask (biter mask), in a straight jacket and strapped to an appliance dolly for transportation.
~ Hannibal is wearing a special 2-striped OS1 pink colored CPK/GPK shoe.



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  8a  DUSK TIL DAWN

~ Nomenclature = Dusk till Dawn.
~ Horror film description: From Dusk till Dawn (1996 horror/crime) – Fugitive bank robbers and brothers on the run from the F.B.I. and Texas police end up at a strip club where the employees and strippers are all revealed to be vampires.
def'n: From dusk to dawn – idiom. The duration of time during which the sun sets until the sun rises in the morning.
def'n: Dusk – The darker stage of twilight when the sun is below the horizon. To grow dark.
def'n: Dawn – The first appearance of light in the sky before sunrise.
 
8b  SEDUCTIVE SELMA

~ Nomenclature = The actress name Selma to go with the word 'seductive'.
~ Horror film character description: Selma Hayek – Plays the part of Santánico Pandemonium, the primary Queen Vampire of the "Titty Twister" strip club in the middle of desolate Mexico. The name is based on the Mexican Nunsploitation film of the same name.
def’n: Seductive – To be tempting and attractive; enticing. Irresistible, exciting, sultry, provacative, sultry, alluring, sexy, et cetera.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The artwork image showcases actress Selma Hayek who plays Santánico Pandemonium (aka Esmerald or Kisa) taking center stage during her snake dance scene while all hypnotized eyes are on her seductive curves.
~ The carnivorous, albino Burmese python, one of the five largest species of snakes in the world, is seen using its sharp rearward-pointing teeth to seize the character's arm, bypassing constriction altogether.
~ Sharp teeth are often given to ferocious characters in comics and cartoons -- or, is a tell-tale sign that the character has vampire-like qualities.
~ The character became an art print in July of 2016 in the Magic Marker Art store with the same two names.



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  9a  BEETLE JUICE

~ Nomenclature = Beetlejuice.
~ Horror film description: Beetlejuice (1988 comedy/fantasy) – A recently deceased young couple who become ghosts and haunt their former home along with an obnoxious ghost name Betelgeuse (pronounced "Beetlejuice") from the Netherworld who tries to scare away the new inhabitants.
def'n: Betelgueuse – also named Alpha Orionis, is the ninth-brightest star in the night sky and the second-brightest in the constellation of Orion (the right shoulder of the 'hunter').
def'n: Beetle – An insect with hard wing cases that cover and protect the body. To make one's way hurriedly or with short, quick steps.
 
9b  JUICY JEFF

~ Nomenclature = The name Jeff to go with the word 'juice+y'.
def'n: Juice – The liquid obtained from a particular source. informal. To liven something up.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The insufferable character of Beetlejuice is seen sitting on the grave tombstone from which he is summoned from, partaking in a nightcap of his own namesake essence; juice of the beetle (or Betel). The titular character of Beetlejuice is only seen on screen for a total of 17 minutes out of the 92 minute film.
~ The R.I.P. tombstone, dirt mound and color scheme for the card is reminiscent of John Pound's OS1 character for cards 5a 'Dead TED' and 5b 'JAY Decay'; both being graveyard residents. The tombstone may have been the inspiration for the vinyl sticker die-cut shape used for the Horrorible Kids cards.
~ Betelgueuse, Betelgueuse, Betelgueuse (aka Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice)!!!



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  10a  GOOD GUY

~ Nomenclature = 'Good-guy'; Good Guy doll -- the opposite of 'bad guy'.
~ Horror film description: Child's Play (1988 slasher) – The movies all center around Charles Lee Ray (aka Chucky), a notorious serial killer known as the "Lakeshore Strangler" whose soul is trapped inside a 'Good Guy' doll following a voodoo ritual to avoid the afterlife and the possibility of going to hell.
def'n: Good-guy – informal. A hero. An all-around pleasant person.
def'n: Good – Having the qualities required for a particular role. That which is morally right; righteousness.
 
10b  BAD BRAD

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the specific name Brad with the word 'bad'.
~ Horror film character description: Bradford Claude "Brad" Dourif – The actor who voices the Chucky character in the Child's Play films, best known for playing Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Gríma Wormtongue in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
def’n: Bad – Of poor quality or a low standard.
def’n: Bad guy – (especially in a work of fiction) A villian or criminal.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The character can be seen wearing his Good Guy gear but also brandishing a knife, Chucky's implement for choice meat cuts and cursing like a sailor (someone who is foul-mouthed and uses bad language all the time).
~ Inspiration for Chucky's stance and waving fist comes from the OS3 GPK character 106a 'Fowl RAOUL' and 106b 'MACK Quack' painted by John Pound. Both images feature the skull and cross-bones, shouting vibration, star, swirl, exclamation point and electrical zap symbols.
~ Although the Good Guy doll has brown shoes with three white stripes (akin to the Adidas trademark), the Horrorible Kid can be seen wearing a special color edition CPK/GPK shoe with two stripes (Shoe Branding Europe BVBA trademark).



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  11a  TELLY KINESIS

~ Nomenclature = 'Telekinesis'.
~ Horror film description: Carrie (1976 supernatural/horror) – A bullied high school student experiences her first period during gym class and has a bucket of pigs blood dumped on her at prom. Her mother accuses her of being a satanic witch.
def'n: Telekinesis – The supposed ability to move objects at a distance by mental power or other nonphysical means.
 
11b  SCARY CARRIE

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; th specific name Carrie with the word 'scary'.
~ Horror film character description: Carrie White – The bullied high school student Carrie White who discovers her telekinesis abilities. Her last name implies or denotes purity, freshness and innocence.
def’n: Scary – To be frightening; to cause fear.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Stephen King protagonist is depicted covered in pigs blood (her 'period' shower foreshadowed this predicament) showing off her telekinesis powers.
~ The character's telekinesis abilities are so advanced that she even has the capabilities to move the card nameplate, header and number.



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  12a  JIGSAW PAUL

~ Nomenclature = Semi-rhyme; the specific name Paul with the word 'jigsaw'.
~ Horror film & character description: Saw (2004 crime/horror) – Victims trapped by a sadistic serial killer nicknamed 'Jigsaw' who must complete his perverse puzzles in order to live. Paul Leahy – one of Jigsaw's earliest victims who must escape a maze of razor wire and is seen in flashbacks in future installments.
def'n: Jigsaw – A puzzle consisting of a printed picture on cardboard and cut into various pieces of different shapes that have to be fitted together.
 
12b  JUMBLED JOHN

~ Nomenclature = The specific J name to go with the word 'jumble(+d)'.
~ Horror film character description: John Kramer – A distraught but successful civil engineer who survives an inoperable brain tumor and suicide begins to test others' will to live by placing them in deadly traps. His character is nicknamed "The Jigsaw Killer" or simply 'Jigsaw' by the media.
def’n: Jumble – To mix up in a confused or untidy way.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The character is seen depicted as living up to his nickname of 'Jigsaw' by literally being assembled with jigsaw puzzle pieces. Per Saw canon, those victims that failed the "games" or "tests" would have a jigsaw-shaped piece cut from their flesh to represent they were missing "the survival instinct".
~ The image plays pinpoint accurate homage to the OS4 GPK character 149a 'REESE Pieces', 149a 'Puzzled PAUL' and 149b 'Incomplete PETE' to the point that almost every piece piece is identical; however, the HK's right lower face and left hip pieces are intact whereas the GPK character's pieces are not placed.
~ It is puzzling to note, that Pound's pieces are placeable; the upside down wasteband and shirt piece can be placed and the held shirt-armpit piece goes in its place. In Ping's puzzle, the upside down piece does not match the robe (it would have a red stripe down the center) and the held piece should be black to fit in its place.



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  13a  DARK NESS

~ Nomenclature = 'Darkness'.
~ Horror film character description: Lord of Darkness – also known as the Dark Lord or simply Darkness is the master of the underworld and the main antagonist of the cult classic fantasy movie Legend.
def'n: Darkness – The partial or total absence of light. Wickedness or evil.
 
13b  LEGENDARY GARY

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Gary with the word 'legend+ary'.
~ Horror film description: Legend (1985 dark fantasy) – A young man must stop the Lord of Darkness from both detroying daylight and marrying the woman he loves.
def’n: Legendary – Remarkable enough to be famous and very well known. Of, described in or based on legends.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ Although the movie doesn't actually state it, but Darkness' father is presumably Satan... which makes sense due to the two large horns protruding out from the sides of the Dark Lord's head, the cloven hooved feet, sharp chompers, yellow snake-like eyes and blood-red, inflamed skin (when it's not blue).
~ The Lord of Darness is shown holding a staff for promotional images for the film, however it is never displayed in the actual film.



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  14a  TALL MANNY

~ Nomenclature = 'Tall man'.
~ Horror film character description: Tall Man (aka Jebediah Morningside) – Is the main antagonist of the Phantasm horror movies. He's portrayed as a mortician with superhuman strengths; telekinetic, shapeshifting, et cetera., but mainly just scowling and opening one eye while he skulks around.
def'n: Tall man – slang. Giving someone the middle finger.
def'n: Tall – Fanciful and difficult to believe; unlikely. A tall tale.
 
14b  FRAN TASM

~ Nomenclature = 'Phantasm'.
~ Horror film description: Phantasm (1979 fantasy/horror) – A teenage boy and his friends face off against a mysterious grave robber known only as the Tall Man who keeps a lethal arsenal of terrible weapons on his body.
def’n: Phantasm – A figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Tall Man character is portrayed telekinetically "holding" a 'sphere' as it hovers over his hand. The iconic mortician utilizes these flying metallic spheres or "Sentinels" that conceal inside them offensive weapons, including blades, drills, lasers and even circular saws. The spheres are considered to be the Tall Man's signature weapons; they contain and are controlled by the shrunken brains removed from 'the Lurkers'.
~ Note that the pictured sphere also has (a fork and) a toothbrush; any kid's secret fear.



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  15a  ABNORMAL NORMAN

~ Nomenclature = Similar sounding name, Norman, to go with the word 'abnormal'.
~ Horror film character description: Norman Bates (Norma Bates) – The main antagonist whose mother, Norma preached to him that sexual intercourse was sinful and all women (herself excluded) were whores; the later is murdered with strychnine along with her new husband, Joe Considine; Norman slowly 'becomes' his mother.
def'n: Abnormal – Deviating from what is normal or usual, typically in a way that is undesirable or worrying.
 
15b  PSYCHO JOE

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Joe with the word 'psycho'.
~ Horror film description: Psycho (1960 slasher/horror) – A Phoenix secretary embezzles a sum of money from her employer's client and goes on the run. Checks into a remote motel run by a young man under his controlling mother.
def’n: Psycho – A psychopath.
def’n: Psychopath – A person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behavior.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Norman Bates character can be seen holding both his favorite shower-scene murder weapon and his mother's skull; wearing his mother's nightgown and a wig. Minus the slight rosy cheeks, it's wonderful to see a black and white painting to go with the B&W movie.
~ The inspiration for the piece is twofold; Norman does keep his mother in a rocker in the basement as she 'talks' to him, but the image is also a shout-out to OS1 GPK character 35a 'Wrinkly RANDY' and 35b 'Rockin' ROBERT' painted by John Pound who is feebly holding a walking cane instead of a butcher's knife.
~ The 'rocking' vibrations of the downward stroking knife is great. Like Leatherface, the character was inspired by the crimes of real-life murderer Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein (The Butcher of Plainfield).



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  16a  RANDY CANDY

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Randy with the word 'candy'.
~ Horror film description: Candyman (1992 slasher/horror) – The Candyman, a murderous individual witha hook for a hand, is accidentally summoned to the reality world by a skeptic grad student researching the killer's urban legend. The Candyman was an artist and son of a slave who had his hand severed before being murdered.
def’n: Candy – A sweet 'food' made with sugar or syrup combined, sometimes combined with fruit, chocolate or nuts.
def'n: Bait – To prepare (a hook, trap, net, etc.) with bait to entice fish or animals..
 
16b  SWEET PETE

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Pete with the word 'sweet'; Sweet Pete's Candy.
def’n: Sweet – Having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey. British. A small shaped piece of confectionery made with sugar.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ After the character had his painting hand severed off and replaced with a hook, he was smeared with honey taken from a local apiary prompting the locals to chant "Candyman" as hungry bees stung him to death. The character is known to open his coat revealing his chest cavity (or ribcage) full of bees.
~ The candy and bees bring to mind the idiom: sweet like honey, stings like a bee.



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  17a  PENNY WISE

~ Nomenclature = 'Pennywise' the clown.
~ Horror character description: Pennywise (aka It, Mr. Robert "Bob" Gray and Pennywise the Dancing Clown) – The main antagonist of Stephen King's 1986 horror novel It who has the power to manipulate, shapeshift and possess.
def'n: Pennywise – Extremely careful about the way one spends even small amounts of money; every single penny.
def'n: Penny – A one-cent coin equal to one hundredth of a dollar.
def'n: Wise – Having or showing experience, knowledge and good judgment. informal. To make wisecracks.
 
17b  FLOATIN' COLTIN

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Coltin with the word 'float+ing'.
~ Horror television adaption description: It (1990 fantasy/horror) – It's 1960 and seven pre-teen outcasts (The Losers Club) fight an evil demon who poses as a child-killing clown; thirty years later, they reunite to stop the demon once and for all when it returns to their hometown.
def’n: Float – To rest or move on or near the surface of a liquid without sinking. To move or hover slowly and lightly in a liquid or the air; to drift.
def’n: Clown – A comic entertainer, wearing a traditional constume and exaggerated makeup. To behave in a comical way; to act playfully.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ Although Pennywise can be seen with a multitude of balloons, the yellow one he holds in the storm drain is the most popular. There is also a famous float quote in the book and movie where the kid believes Pennywise is talking about boats and balloons floating, but in actuality, he's talking about dead bodies.
~ Notice the humorous 'pinky up' or 'pinky out' while holding the strung up balloon; refers to tea etiquette and class; nowadays connotes elitism. Some individuals do this naturally or out of habit.
~ "Want your boat, Georgie ... and a balloon? ... they all float down here."



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  18a  AXIN' JACKSON

~ Nomenclature = Action Jackson; a character name from the 1988 action film.
~ Horror film description: The Shining (1980 drama/horror) – A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where an evil and spiritual presence influences the father, Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson), into violence while his psychic son sees horrible forbodings from the past and future.
def'n: Ax – A tool typically used for chopping wood, usually a steel blade attached at a right angle to a wooden handle. verb. To end suddenly and ruthlessly. To cut or strike with an ax, violently and ruthlessly.
def'n: Fire axe – A special type of axe used by firefighters, typically featuring a pick-shaped pointed poll (area of the head opposite the cutting edge) and a vivid color to make it easily visible during an emergency.
 
18b  HERE S. JOHNNY

~ Nomenclature = "Heeeere's Johnny"; a reference at that time to The Tonight Show when it starred host Johnny Carson. 'Jack' may be a nickname for the name Johnny.
def’n: Here – In, at or to this place or position. Used when introducing something or someone.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ Although it appears the character is chopping through a wall, in the movie he's hacking through a bathroom door to get to his family.
~ The word "REDRUM" scrawled on the inside of the bathroom wall by the son Danny is seen through the bathroom mirror by the mother where she sees that it reads the word "MURDER". A plot device that Stephen King used in his novel The Shining.








  19a GHOSTFACE CHASE

~ Nomenclature = Rhyme; the name Chase with the conjoined words 'Ghostface' (aka Ghost Face); a character name from the 1996 horror film Scream and the main antagonist of the movie franchise.
~ Horror film description: Scream (1996 satirical horror) – A high school student becomes a target of a mysterious killer. The movie combines black comedy and a 'whodunit' format.
def'n: Ghost – An apparition of a dead person that is believed to appear manifest to the living, usually as a nebulous being.
def'n: Face – The front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin.
 
19b DES CONNECTED

~ Nomenclature = Disconnected.
def’n: Disconnect – To break the connection of or between. A 'disconnect tone' in telephony is a tone provided to the remaining party to a call after the remote party hangs up or disconnects the call.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ As depicted in the painting, the killer's signature weapon is a buck knife — a knife used during hunting excursions for preparing the game to be used as nourishment by skinning and removing the organs.
~ The character is comically seen talking into a disconnected landline telephone... not a phone call with a disconnect tone, but the handset receiver cord jack being unplugged from the actual phone. The character is also seen sporting some spiffy CPK-esque shoes with OS1-like pink stripes.



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  20a LOST BOYD

~ Nomenclature = The Lost Boys; characters from the 1987 horror comedy film.
~ Horror film description: The Lost Boys (1987 comedy/horror) – Two Arizona brothers who move to California and end up fighting a gang of young vampires. The title is a reference to the Lost Boys in J.M. Barrie's stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, whom, like the vampires in the movie, never grow up. Peter Pan syndrome.
def'n: Lost – Unable to find one's way; not knowing one's whereabouts. Something that has been taken awake or cannot be recovered; like one's innocence.
def'n: Boy – A male child or young man.
 
20b DININ' DAVID

~ Nomenclature = David; a character name from the movie The Lost Boys to go with the word 'dine+ing'.
def’n: Dine – To eat dinner (in a restaurant or the home of friends). To feed on, feast on.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image deliciously focuses on the movie's main antagonist character, David (played by Kiefer Sutherland) during the infamous Chinese take-out scene.
David: How are the maggots?
Michael Emerson: Huh?
David: Maggots, Michael. You're eating maggots. How do they taste?



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  21a JAWY PAULY

~ Nomenclature = Semi-rhyme; the name Pauly with the word 'jaw+y'.
~ Horror film & character description: Jaws (1975 thriller) – A large, man-eating great white shark attacks beachgoers off of Amity Island, a fictional New England summer resort town.
def'n: Jawy – Relating to the jaws.
def'n: Jaw – (plural noun: jaws) Relating to both the upper and lower bony structures in vertebrates forming the framework of the mouth and containing teeth.
 
21b GREAT WHITEY

~ Nomenclature = Great white (shark).
def’n: Great white shark – A large, very aggressive shark of warm water (seas), with a brownish or gray back, white underparts and very large, triangular teeth.
 

THE TERRORIBLE FACTS, PT 1:

~ The character is seen depicted with a massive, great white, killer smile — not in the least bit mechanical. The bloodwork and the helplessly waiving hand is similar to the jaw-snapping Venus flytrap mouth found within the GPK OS3 set for cards 105a Juicy JESSICA and 105b Green DEAN painted by artist John Pound.

 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS, PT 2:

~ The overall open-water feel of the HK2 image is not the same, but very reminiscent of the OS9 GPK character 354a CLARK Shark and 354b MANNY Eater also painted by artist John Pound. The GPK flesh-colored shark is seen feasting on a human hand, attached to a limb, presumably attached to an entire body. A fishing hook war-wound is seen embedded in the lower lip of the angry looking character. The HK2 character does show a few war wounds of his own but things are going swimmingly as he happily munches on his second breakfast.
~ Collectors may recall Pingitore's other Jaws-inspired GPK image for the 2014S1 set for cards 20a Jawin' JULIE and 20b Da-Da DONNA.



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  22a FRED A. TOR

~ Nomenclature = Predator.
~ Horror film & character description: Predator (1987 science-fiction action horror) – An elite special forces team on a mission to rescue hostages from guerrila territory in Central America's Northern Triangle and unknowingly being stalked by a technologically advanced extraterrestrial life form that's hunting the group, or 'prey'.
def'n: Predator – An animal that naturally preys on others.
 
22b UGLY EM F'ER

~ Nomenclature = (You're one) Ugly Motherf*cka!
~ Horror film character description: One of Arnold Schwarzenegger's character, Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer's famous lines in the film.
def’n: Jumble – To mix up in a confused or untidy way.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Predator character (aka Yautja) is seen with his signature dreadlocks — but not 'bald' on top, fully expanded mouth, showcasing his wrist blade weapons and dragging the knocked out Queen alien from the movie Alien by the tail; a nice shout-out to the Alien vs. Predator famous battle in the film from 2004.
~ The swapped-characters (Predator/Queen aliens) and mirror imagery layout doesn't exactly copy it's GPK counterpart, but instead pays respectful homage to the wonderful OS2 characters 55a Hairy GARY and 55b Brutal BRAD painted by artist John Pound, especially when compared to HK2 cards 23a GINA Morph and 23b Alien AILEEN.



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  23a GINA MORPH

~ Nomenclature = Xenomorph.
~ Horror film & character description: Alien (1979 science-fiction horror) – Highly aggressive, parasitic-like, extraterrestrial creatures that stalk the crew of a spaceship.
def'n: Xenomorph – A fictional endoparasitoid extraterrestrial species that is the eponymous antagonist of the Alien film franchise. A literal translation of 'strange form' from Greek (xenos=strange and morphe=form).
 
23b ALIEN AILEEN

~ Nomenclature = Aileen, similar-sounding A name to go with the word 'alien'.
~ Horror film character description: Queen alien (aka Queen Mother, MU-TH-UR 6000) – An eusocial alien species that is protective of it's young; the character Ripley plays a 'mother'-like roll in the follow-up movie Aliens and Nostromo's computer is named Mother, the ship's main computer.
def’n: Alien – Belonging to a foreign nation, world or galaxy.
def’n: Extraterrestrial – Of or from outside the earth or its atmosphere.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Xenomorph character is seen with her signature inner jaw — a rigid phallic tongue, spitting acid from her 'maw' and dragging the knocked out Predator alien from the movie Predator by his dreadlocks; a nice shout-out to the Alien vs. Predator famous fight in the film from 2004.
~ The swapped-characters (Queen/Predtor aliens) and mirror imagery layout doesn't exactly copy it's GPK counterpart, but instead pays respectful homage to the wonderful OS2 characters 56a Hairy CARRIE and 55b Brutal BRIDGET painted by artist John Pound, especially when compared to HK2 cards 22a FRED A. Tor and 22b Ugly EM F'er.



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  24a RING SUE

~ Nomenclature = Rinse — or possibly, Ringu (the Japanese title).
~ Horror film description: The Ring (2002 supernatural psychological J-horror) – A remake of the 1998 Japanese version. An urban legend revolving around a videotape and whoever watches it dies seven days later. Death ensues.
def'n: Ring – A group of people drawn together due to a shared interest or experience.
def'n: Rinse – To wash in order to remove impurities.
 
24b VEE H.S.

~ Nomenclature = VHS.
~ Horror film character description: Videotape (aka VHS) – The main prop of the movie that contains gruesome and disturbing imagery; excerpts show a reanimated corprse crawling out of a well.
def’n: VHS – Video Home System. a videocassette recording (VCR) technology that was developed by the Japan Victor Company (JVC) and put on the market in 1976.
def’n: Well – A shaft sunk into the ground to obtain water.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The Ring movie consists of a plain 'wishing well' surrounded by rock whereas the HK2 image portrays a covered well with a well bucket — in this case, the bucket being a metal cleaning bucket. The bucket is used to draw water from the well by means of a rope and pulley or windlass (a type of winch). The drowned victim has been winched up by her long hair.
~ The well image is a tribute to, at the time unpublished, GPK OS16 cards 651a Dunkin' DUNCAN and 651b WILL Hung painted by artist John Pound. The GPK image shows an edited version of the character being pulled out of th well with the rope under the armpits of the character, the original tight pencil and color rough (and possibly final) shows the rope around the character's neck instead. This may have been too graphic.



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  25a ELLE VIRA

~ Nomenclature = Elvira.
~ Horror film show: Elvira's Movie Macabre (1981 horror movie presentation) – An american acctress, Cassandra Peterson portrayed the horror hostess character Elvira for many sesasons. The television show aired B-grade horror movies with Elvira and other guests (like 'The Breather') that acted as commentators.
def'n: Elvira – The Spanish name means truth, white and beautiful — slightly ironic.
def'n: Vira – The plural of the singular 'virus'.
 
25b MISS TRESS

~ Nomenclature = Mistress.
Horror film presenter: Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1981 horror movie presentation) – Famously known for wearing a revealing, black, gothic, cleavage-bearing and enhancing gown mixed with her wickedly vampish appearance and character.
def’n: Mistress – A woman in a position of authority or control; coolly self-possessed.
def’n: Dark – A dark color. A dark presence.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The image expertly portrays the temptress Mistress, seen here with her dagger show prop and holding a snake; Elvira has been photographed holding many snakes over the years, including pythons. A picture-perfect presentation of the seductress and snake charmer -- an attractive and engaging character used to impress and manipulate.



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  26a RAY ANIMATOR

~ Nomenclature = Re-Animator.
~ Horror film description: Re-Animator (1985 horror comedy) – A scientist who invents a solution which can re-animate the dead. A cult film that originally received an X rating.
def'n: Reanimate – To restore to life or consciousness; revive. Reanimated corpse.
 
26b HEINOUS HERBERT

~ Nomenclature = Herbert; a specific character name to go with the word 'heinous'.
~ Horror character description: Herbert West (1985 horror comedy) – an inventor played by Jeffrey Combs in the film series that injects a special solution to reanimate a deceased person's mechanical functions. The subjects turn violent and wreak havoc on the community. The fictional character was created by H.P. Lovecraft for his short story 'Herbert West—Reanimator" first published in 1922.
def'n: Heinous – A wicked or odious person performing a wrongful act. Horrific, terrible, awful, detestable, abhorrent, loathsome, hideous, unspeakable, reprehensible, despicable, abominable, monstrous, etc.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The painting pays a wonderful tribute to the movie poster of the Re-Animator film with the catchphrase "It will scare you to pieces." The image minimizes the number of scientific apparatuses and focuses more on the act of the 'mad scientist' injecting the "special solution" into the head of a once-dead victim.
~ Much like the movie poster image, the artwork is also heavily lit from underneath throwing objects above and in back into shadow and showing a heavy light on the underside of the face and washing out the clothing. The piece is highly reminiscent of the OS2 GPK character 72a Mad MAX and 72b Brainy BRIAN painted by artist John Pound, seen manhandling a brain instead of a head and a similar looking syringe needle that has drawn blood or brain fluid instead of injecting a special serum.



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  27a AMERI KEN PSYCHO

~ Nomenclature = American Psycho.
~ Horror film show: American Psycho (2000 black comedy horror) – Taking place in 1987 in NYC, a young financial professional, Patrick Bateman (played by actor Christian Bale), lives a second, secret life as a gruesome serial killer by night.
def'n: American – Relating to or characteristic of the United States or its inhabitants. The 'American dream' — the image of perfection.
def'n: Psycho – A psychopath. A person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behavior.
 
27b SCREWY LEWIS

~ Nomenclature = Huey Lewis (and the News).
Horror film honorable mention: Huey Lewis and the News (1979 - current, musicians) – An American pop rock band with a run of hit singles during the 1980s, including 'Hip to Be Square' from 1986 mentioned in the American Psycho movie as the killer discusses his record collection and the lyrics.
def’n: Screwy – To be rather odd or eccentric.
 
THE TERRORIBLE FACTS:

~ The background artwork ingeniously displays the American flag as pop art, containing no 'stars' and only bloody stripes... the pattern is clevery repeated with the CPK-like shoes. The image showcases the psycho's weapon of choice, a chopping axe used especially for splitting or chopping wood — or human bodies. The character lives in a very sterile environment that matches his narcissistic personality, he sports a see-through raincoat and covers his furniture and puts down newspaper to assist in clean-up.



DEFINITIONS TAKEN IN PART FROM THE AMERICAN HERITAGE DICTIONARY + WIKI











1. The first seven cards in the eighteen character set were initially released as limited edition Art Prints under the 'Slop Culture Kids' moniker; they were posted to Mark's website in March of 2016 for $70 and have since then sold out. A few of the character's names have slightly changed to the sticker line and Jason Voorhees has been given his mask to wear. The first time Horrorible Kids became available on sticker in sheet format was in the middle of 2016 also under Pingitore's 'Slop Culture Kids' clothing line (t-shirts) with the 'Horror Kids - Series 1' title. The package came '3 Sticker Sheets' for $10; these are still available on the Magic Marker Art website.




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2. The Horrorible Kids T-shirts were available for Pingitore's aforementioned 'Slop Culture Kids' clothing line starting in October of 2016. Six different T-shirts were available in great dark colors; these are still available on the Magic Marker Art website for $20.



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3. Prior to the Horrorible Series 1 release on during October 2016, two months prior in August an Enamel Pin of 4a CHAIN SAUL was available for purchase for $13 from Cavity Colors website who partnered with Pingitore to release the limited edition quantity of 150 pins (which sold out fast). The second enamel pin released by Magic Marker Art is 1a ADAM N. EVIL from the Disasters of the Universe set with the pin backing being an ingenius replica of the card back; albeit, downsized to pin-size. The "CHAIN SAUL" pin was advertised as a sneak peek on Magic Marker Art's Facebook page.



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4. The unofficial, online Promotional Material in the form of electronic pictures acted as ads for the Horrorible Kids Series 1 on social media in early October of 2016 for a Hallowe'en release date. The initial ad ran on Mark Pingitore's pages had the 'Halloween 2016' tagline and portrayed three previously published characters; note that 4a CHAIN SAUL and 4b MASS A. CARL now have a blue nameplate -- the purple nameplate does not appear in the set (bummer). The second and third 'sneak peek' preview ads were exclusive ads that could be found posted to GPKWorld and GeePeeKay social media pages and websites for the new images of 17a PENNY WISE and 18a AXIN' JACKSON, respectively. The 'Halloween 2016' was changed to 'October 24, 2016' for the actual and updated ad for both images. A decent price tag of $55 for the set; a great price when considering an independent release, vinyl material, die-cuts and some profit.



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5. A Sneak Peek of the first vinyl card in the series, 1a MOMMA'S BOYD, as seen on top of the stacked set was posted to Magic Marker Art's Facebook page in anticipation for the upcoming Horrorible Kids Series 1 release. The circular sticker in the bottom right hand corner seals the protective wrap on the backside of the 'pack'. The 36 sticker (18 character) set was released on 10/2016 and sold for $55 with 200 *1st print run sets printed.



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6. On April 29th, 2017, the Magic Marker Art website posted a limited edition pack of 8 Magnets for $15.00 with a print run of only 150 per subject inder the Slop Culture Kids moniker. The 1st Series set contains four characters from the Disasters of the Universe set with castle die-cut, two characters from the Horrorible Kids set with tombstone die-cut and two characters from the G.I.JOKES set with dog-tag die-cuts. The cardboard packaging is modeled after a Topps GPK wrapper with the logo, a yellow background, 'STICKERS' in bold with a white background, a series announcement (starting after the OS1 set) and '5 STICKERS • 1 STICK BUBBLE GUM' printed at the bottom.




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7. Magic Marker Art (aka Mark Pingitore) took to Instagram on May 4th, 2017, to post a pin poll to see if collectors would care to see the character image for cards 1a Momma's BOYD and 1b Crystal LUKE realized as an Enamel Pin. A pin for 4a Chain SAUL had been previously released in 2016. A picture of the produced pins was posted to social media on June 19th, 2017 and stated that they would be available for sale on June 22nd, 2017, the same day as the Disasters of the Universe Series 3 set; limited to 150 pins printed.



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8. An ad was placed on social media on June 12, 2017 for the Horrorible Kids Series 2 set, which is planned to be released in October of 2017 along with advertisements for two new Parody Sets by Magic Marker Art; Trash Former Series 1 to be released beforehand in August of 2017 and Star Warped Kids Series 1 to be released afterwards in November of 2017, both being humor sets poking fun at the Transformers and the Star Wars franchises, respectively.



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9. An early Horrorible Kids Series 2 image was posted to social media on June 28, 2017 to promote the painting being a part of the Gallery1988 art show in July and stated a Promo card would be available opening day. The P1a Lost BOYD card image is a parody of the 1987 thriller movie titled The Lost Boys focusing on the David character (played by Kiefer Sutherland) during the infamous Chinese take-out scene. The promo card will be available at a later date through the Magic Marker Art online store (TBC).



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10. Magic Marker Art (aka artist Mark Pingitore) took to social media, including Instagram, on July 22, 2017 to announce that a third Horrorible Kids soft Enamel Pin would be produced and released for the 5a HAL Raiser character; limited to 150 pins printed. The pin was released along side the Trashformers Series 1 cards on August 24, 2017.



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11. A tight pencil and partial ink preview for two potential soft Enamel Pins were posted to social media on August 15, 2017. Thus, adding to the Magic Markers Art product line, most specifically to the popular pin line. The two characters are 3a PIA Soup and 3b Compelled CHRISTY from the Horrorible Kids card set plus 1a Commandin' BRANDON and 1b LEE Der from the G.I.JOKES car set. This would be the fourth enamel pin for the Horrorible Kids line. On September 18th, two additional pins were pictured with only the card backs for 4a Chain SAUL and 6a Masked MICHAEL. The three Halloween-advertisted pins were eventually released on 10/12/2017 for a $27 bundle or $10ea — all three limited to 150. This would be the second, slightly different release for 4a Chain SAUL, previously released by Cavity Colors a year ago.



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12. Starting in late mid-August, the Magic Marker Art social media pages started to tease collectors of the impending follow-up parody release with a few Color Rough sneak peeks on 08/18/2017, an Alien/Predator parody with an OS2 image twist and 09/06/2017, The Ring parody image. In the midst of this, on August 29th, all nine Horrorible Kids 2 color roughs were displayed.




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13. On September 14, 2017, the card mock-up image for Horrorible Kids 2 character GINA Morph (= xenomorph) was posted to social media for card 23a in the series. The card contains a wonderful OS2 John Pound shout-out and the set continues the wonderful tombstone baring die-cut.



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14. At the beginning of October two Sneak Peek images were shared on social media to advertise the upcoming Horrorible Kids Series 2 release. On 10/03/17 the ream of circular stickers image was posted and on 10/04/17 the 'pack' image was posted. The circular sticker in the bottom left hand corner seals the protective wrap on the backside of the 'pack'. The 18 sticker (9 character) set was released on 10/12/17 and sold for $35 with 100 *1st print run sets printed.



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15. The third Horrorible Kids item that posted on 10/12/2017, and the second Sticker Sheet installment for Magic Marker Art, contained two 5x7 sticker sheets of nine characters from the Horrorible Kids Series 1 set, but different from the first 'Slop! Culture Kids' sticker sheet of six characters originally titled as simply Horror Kids. The package itself pokes fun at marked-down product found in yesteryears at K·B Toys (known as Kay Bee Toys until 1997 — closed in 2009) with a price tag sticker titled 'Kray Zee', the item is humorously marked-UP, contains the evil number-of-the-beast '666' and the recommendation 'For ages 45 and down'. The sheet was first hinted at as a Photoshop mock-up image posted to social media on September 6, 2017.



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16. Mark's appreciation for parody and Garbage Pail Kids can be seen on his Magic Marker Art's website in the form of his personal mascot, a self-caricature modeled after OS2 cards 74a MARK Bark and 74b Kennel KENNY painted by John Pound. This would be the first 'Mark' name in the GPK canon; Pingitore's character is biting down on a No.2 pencil instead of a dog bone.



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15. It is fun to point out that the Horrorible Kids logo has a Skull dotting the 'i's muchlike the beloved 1985 film title The Goonies, except Pingitore has added a cross bone for the body of the 'i's as well.








** DISASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE + HORRORIBLE KIDS + G.I.JOKES + MUTAGEN CANISTER KIDS **


CARD NO.
CHARACTER NAME
SERIES NO.
ARTIST
1a
MOMMA'S BOYD
1
MARK PINGITORE
1b
CRYSTAL LUKE
1
MARK PINGITORE
2a
ELMER STREET
1
MARK PINGITORE
2b
NIGHT MARION
1
MARK PINGITORE
3a
PIA SOUP
1
MARK PINGITORE
3b
COMPELLED CHRISTY
1
MARK PINGITORE
4a
CHAIN SAUL
1
MARK PINGITORE
4b
MASS A. CARL
1
MARK PINGITORE
5a
HAL RAISER
1
MARK PINGITORE
5b
S. & EMORY
1
MARK PINGITORE
6a
MASKED MICHAEL
1
MARK PINGITORE
6b
SHAUN SHAPE
1
MARK PINGITORE
7a
SILENCED LAMBERT
1
MARK PINGITORE
7b
CANNIBAL HANNIBAL
1
MARK PINGITORE
8a
DUSK TIL DAWN
1
MARK PINGITORE
8b
SEDUCTIVE SELMA
1
MARK PINGITORE
9a
BEETLE BRUCE
1
MARK PINGITORE
9b
JUICY JEFF
1
MARK PINGITORE
10a
GOOD GUY
1
MARK PINGITORE
10b
BAD BRAD
1
MARK PINGITORE
11a
TELLY KINESIS
1
MARK PINGITORE
11b
SCARY SCARY
1
MARK PINGITORE
12a
JIGSAW PAUL
1
MARK PINGITORE
12b
JUMBLED JOHN
1
MARK PINGITORE
13a
DARK NESS
1
MARK PINGITORE
13b
LEGENDARY GARY
1
MARK PINGITORE
14a
TALL MANNY
1
MARK PINGITORE
14b
FRAN TASM
1
MARK PINGITORE
15a
ABNORMAL NORMAN
1
MARK PINGITORE
15b
PSYCHO JOE
1
MARK PINGITORE
16a
RANDY CANDY
1
MARK PINGITORE
16b
SWEET PETE
1
MARK PINGITORE
17a
PENNY WISE
1
MARK PINGITORE
17b
FLOATIN' COLTIN
1
MARK PINGITORE
18a
AXIN' JACKSON
1
MARK PINGITORE
18b
HERE S. JOHNNY
1
MARK PINGITORE
19a
GHOSTFACE CHASE
2
MARK PINGITORE
19b
DES CONNECTED
2
MARK PINGITORE
20a
LOST BOYD
2
MARK PINGITORE
20b
DININ' DAVID
2
MARK PINGITORE
21a
JAWY PAULY
2
MARK PINGITORE
21b
GREAT WHITEY
2
MARK PINGITORE
22a
FRED A. TOR
2
MARK PINGITORE
22b
UGLY EM F'ER
2
MARK PINGITORE
23a
GINA MORPH
2
MARK PINGITORE
23b
ALIEN AILEEN
2
MARK PINGITORE
24a
RING SUE
2
MARK PINGITORE
24b
VEE H.S.
2
MARK PINGITORE
25a
ELLE VIRA
2
MARK PINGITORE
25b
MISS TRESS
2
MARK PINGITORE
26a
RAY ANIMATOR
2
MARK PINGITORE
26b
HEINOUS HERBERT
2
MARK PINGITORE
27a
AMERI KEN PSYCHO
2
MARK PINGITORE
27b
SCREWY LEWIS
2
MARK PINGITORE
CARD NO.
CHARACTER NAME
SERIES NO.
ARTIST






A BIG THANK-YOU TO PING FOR FINAL ARTWORK IMAGES AND LOGOS