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RELEASE PERIOD : AUGUST 2019



The Horrorible Kids Series 4 set was released during the summer of 2019, on August 20th. The entire set was created by artist Mark Pingitore who sketched and painted all 45 characters to create a ninety, twin-card parody release poking fun at the horror film genre. The creative title is a play on both of the words 'horror' and 'horrible'. The first print run box, containing one asterisk,
* © 2019 MARK PINGITORE - MAGIC MARKER ART, LLC, was posted to his Magic Marker Art website for $75, along with a plethora of other HK inventory such as posters, printing plates and an enamel trading pin. The 'PEEL HERE' stickers and display box have an ingenious tombstone-esque die cut and cut out which is a nice reminder of early GPK releases with special die-cut stickers.

At the same time, a 2nd print run pre-order of Horrorible Kids Series 3 also ran on the Magic Marker Art website for one month, from June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, and was available starting on August 9, 2019. Instead of boxed packs as the 1st print run, this was a mini-box release with just the full set with brand-new puzzle backs. The 90-card, 45-character set encompasses a re-release of the HK1 and HK2 sets on vintage style cardstock format along with the new HK3 material. Per the MMA website, each box came with: A full 90 card Series 1-3 base set (45 characters, each with an "a" and "b" alias), 2nd Printing (trademark line; * © 2019 MARK PINGITORE - MAGIC MARKER ART, LLC), Vintage style cardstock (die-cut stickers!), and BACK ART (puzzles).
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  GCC2019b + 46a SID DISTIC
~ Nomenclature = Sadistic.
~ Horror film character: Captain Spaulding played by Sid Haig.
def'n: Sadistic — Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on someone, et cetera.
 
46b I HUNT HUGH
~ Nomenclature = 'I Hunt You', a play on the phrase 'I Want You (for the U.S. Army)'.
~ Horror film parody: House of 1000 Corpses (2003).
def'n: 'I Want You' — Uncle Sam U.S. Army recruiting poster designed by J. Montgomery.
def'n: Hunt — To pursue and kill for sport, pleasure or food.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The clowning-around character can be seen in the same position as the famous "I Want You for the U.S. Army" recruiting poster, designed by James Montogomery, but instead of a dead-serious expression of Uncle Sam, the murdurous maniac has a manic smile. The killer is holding a victim's dismembered forearm and comedically using it to point.
~ The artwork is also a nice tribute to the OS3 GPK character for cards 110a Snooty SAM and 110b U.S. ARNIE, painted by artists John Pound, that is also a humorous parody of the Uncle Sam poster. The character was painted as a commission piece but used with permission within the set and found on the retail poster and as a 9-piece puzzle.


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  47a GREM LYNN
~ Nomenclature = Gremlin.
~ Horror film character: Stripe (aka Mohawk, Spike); the leader of The First Batch.
def'n: Gremlin — A mischievous sprite responsible for unexplained problems or faults.
 
47b LATE NIGHT ZACK
~ Nomenclature = 'Late-night snack'.
~ Horror film parody: Gremlins (1984).
def'n: 'Late night snack' — aka 'Midnight snack'; food eaten after going to bed and sleep.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The main antagonist of the movie and parody character can be seen in the midst of troublemaking and raiding a fridge for a midnight snack. The opposite of the playful and kind Mogwai that is Gizmo (aka Giz), the mean and nasty gremlin is the end result after breaking one of the three golden rules of caring for a Mogwai: NO water, NO bright light, and NO food after midnight.
~ The card layout is found with a yellow and red logo, a nod to the rare OS1 GPK logo for cards 18a and 18b Bad BRAD, painted by artists John Pound; both being evil characters.
~ The artwork was intended to be used for the Philly Non-Sport promo card for the 70th show in May of 2019, but the artwork for card 50a Edgy EDDIE was chosen instead.


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  48a VAL LAK
~ Nomenclature = Valak (aka Valac, Volac, Valu, etc).
~ Horror film character: Valak; the demonic nun.
def'n: Valac — A demon described in the goetic grimoires of the Lesser Key of Solomon spell book as an angelically winged boy riding a two-headed dragon.
 
47b VENTIN' CONNIE
~ Nomenclature = A play on the word 'Convent'.
~ Horror film parody: The Nun (2018); a spinoff of The Conjuring 2.
def'n: Convent — A Christian community under monastic vows, especially those of nuns.
def'n: Vent — A way to expel pent-up rage, anger or dispair.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts a demonic nun slapping a ruler to her palm, a warning to any disobedient rule breakers, or non-law-abiding miscreant, that the corporal punishment for such blasphemy would be some good old-fashion knuckle-rapping or ruler slapping. The manipulative demon 'possesses' demonic powers, shapeshifting, telepathy, the ability to block clairvoyance, intimidation, possession, etc.


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  49a MATT O. MORPHOSIS
~ Nomenclature = Metamorphosis.
~ Horror film character: Seth Brundle.
def'n: Metamorphosis — The process of transformation from one form to a completely different one, either by natural or supernatural means.
 
49b HOUSE FRY
~ Nomenclature = Housefly.
~ Horror film parody: The Fly (1986).
def'n: Housefly — A common small fly occurring worldwide around human habitation.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ In the movie, the character completes a teleportation device and tests the machine out on himself; an undetected housefly slips into the device during the process and the character slowly changes into a fly due to cell muatation complications and turns into a monster. The music score contains titles such as 'Seth & the Fly' and 'Brundlefly' to show the relationships of the separate and combined human and insect. The artwork humorously depicts the transformed character holding a fly swatter; an implement used for swatting and killing small insects.


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  PNS2019 + 50a EDGY EDDIE
~ Nomenclature = A play on the hands and forename of Edward.
~ "Horror" film character: Edward Scissorhands.
def'n: Edgy — Nervous. informal. The forefront of a trend; experimental.
 
50b DULL JOEL
~ Nomenclature = Rhyme.
~ "Horror" film parody: Edward Scissorhands (1990).
def'n: Dull — Lacking excitement (person). Lacking sharpness (tool).
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork shows the character sporting his avant-garde attire and hands made out of scissors. The original concept depicts the character much like his movie counterpart with long pointy scissors, but this was changed during the color rough stage to the character containing only toddler's safety scissors for hands; this raising the bar of humor as well as the cuteness level, even though the character's face still depects some cutting mishaps.
~ The popular character can be found as the box and wrapper mascot of the release, a 9-card puzzle, as a promo card for the 70th Philly Non-Sport card show in May of 2019, limited edition poster, and as the first enamel pin released for the series.


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  51a MESSY MELVIN
~ Nomenclature = A descriptive reference to the movie's main character.
~ Horror film character: Melvin Ferd.
def'n: Messy — To be dirty, filthy, grubby, grimy, mucky, untidy, etc.
 
51b TOXIC TOBE
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the movie title.
~ Horror film parody: The Toxic Avenger (1986).
def'n: Toxic — A poisonous material; dangerous.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts the movie's main character in his occupational role as a health club janitor, post bullying. The character is tricked into wearing a pink tutu and kissing a sheep; he's chased around the club and out a second story window where he lands in a drum of toxic waste, which sets him on fire. The transformation ensues gifting the deformed creature the power of superhuman size and strength. The artworks shows the character mopping up toxic waste, but also references the tutu and the ballet stance 'en pointe' or on pointe; a stance on a ballerina's toes that requires tremendous strength of the legs and feet. The color combination is a shout-out to the gender-bending image of OS3 GPK character for cards 118 Half-NELSON and 118b Glandular ANGELA, painted by artist John Pound.


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  52a GRAEME PUS
~ Nomenclature = Krampus.
~ Horror film character: The folklore character Krampus.
def'n: Pus — An opaque liquid substance produced in infected tissue.
 
52b CRASS KRIS
~ Nomenclature = A reference to his personality and Santa's alter-ego, Kris Kringle.
~ Horror film parody: Krampus (2015).
def'n: Crass — To lack sensitivity, refinement or intelligence.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases all of the characteristics of the horned, anthropomorphic folklore figure that's described as half-goat and half-demon. During the Christmas season he punishes children who have misbahaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas (Kris Kringle) who rewards well-behaved children with gifts. In several regions he is considered to be a companion of Saint Nicholas (observed on December 6) having pre-Christian origins. The figure is often depicted as being hairy with brown-black fur, cloven hooves, horns of a goat, a long, pointed tongue lolling out, fangs, carrying chains – believed to symbolize the binding of the Devil – thrashing them about for dramatic effect, and bundles of burch branches, of pagan origins, used to swat at children with.


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  53a FRIGHT NITA
~ Nomenclature = Fright Night.
~ Horror film character: Amy Peterson as a vampire.
def'n: Fright — A sudden and intense feeling of fear or terror.
def'n: Night — The period of darkness from sunset to sunrise.
 
53b BUTTERFACE GRACE
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the vampiress' face and body.
~ Horror film parody: Fright Night (1985).
def'n: Butterface — A woman having a desirable body but an unnattractive face.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts the a minor antagonist of the movie, Charley Brewster's ex-girlfriend after she becomes a victum of his next-door neighbor who's a vampire and before she's saved. The character is seen in white dress, but in the stance of Marilyn Monroe, who also wore a white dress in the 1955 film The Seven year Itch, in the famous scene and image of her standing above a NYC subway grating blowing the dress up as she's attempting to hold it down, laughing and looking sexy ... not quite pulled off by Amy Peterson who's drooling profusely with a grotesque grin.


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  54a WEALTHY WARWICK
~ Nomenclature = A reference to actor Warwick Davis' rich line of filmwork.
~ Horror film character: The Leprechaun.
def'n: Wealthy — Having a great deal of money, assets, riches, resources, etc.
 
54b FEAR LEIF CLOVER
~ Nomenclature = Four-leaf clover.
~ Horror film parody: The Leprechaun (1993).
def'n: Four-leaf clover — A clover leaf with four leaflets rather than the typical three leaflets thought to bring about good luck when found.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts all of the fun stereotypes of a leprechaun and their pot of gold, plus rapster bling, minus the rainbow. Standing on a pile of gold, covered in diamonds. A four-leaf clover is used in the movie to suppress the leprechaun's powers and to trap it inside a crate. Due to the actor's shorter stature and long history in filmmaking, Warwick Davis has starred in several pinnacle fantasy roles such as Wicket the Ewok in Star Wars : Return of the Jedi, as Willow in Willow, as Professor Filius Flitwick in the Harry Potter films, etc.


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  55a ARNIE OF DARKNESS
~ Nomenclature = Army of darkness.
~ Horror film parody: Army of Darkness (1992); Evil Dead II sequel.
def'n: Army — A force equipped to fight on land as a group against an opponent.
def'n: Darkness — The partial or total absence of light. Wickedness or evil.
 
55b BOSS BRUCE
~ Nomenclature = A descriptive reference to the actor Bruce Campbell.
~ Horror film character: Ash Williams played by Bruce Campbell.
def'n: Boss — An individual in charge of a group or organization.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases the main protagonist in a similar stance as found on the marketing for the home release of the movie, titled Bruce Campbell vs. Army of Darkness, with the character almost bare-chested, his chainsaw 'in hand' smoking out the back, a smirk on his face, with torn pants. The damsel in distress, Sheila, is absent and is not seen wrapped around his pantleg. The Ash character is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes.


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  56a ART APART
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the main antagonist, Art the Clown.
~ Horror film character: Art the Clown.
def'n: Apart — Two objects, once connected, separated by a distance.
 
56b TERRY FIRE
~ Nomenclature = Terrifier.
~ Horror film parody: Terrifier (2016 - 2018).
def'n: Teriffy — To cause to feel great or extreme fear. To terrorize.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts the serial killer clown, the main antagonist, seen sawed in half. Thus, showcasing one of the many powers of the demonic clown, regeneration... along with immortality, invulnerability, etc. The same torture scene is also seen in the movie with one of the captured victims. The character also plays a role in the low-budget horror film All Hallows' Eve in 2013. Although not listed as a weapon, he does harrass a victim by repeatedly honking a clown horn at her. The Art the Clown character is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped black CPK-like shoes; card 56a happens to share the same GPK nomenclature as OS1 character for card 6a ART Apart.


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  57a SILENT HILLEL
~ Nomenclature = Silent hill.
~ Horror film parody: Silent Hill 2 video game (2001); movie (2006).
def'n: Silent — To not make any sound. To silence or kill someone.
def'n: Hill — A raised area of land.
 
57b PEER A. MID
~ Nomenclature = Pyramid.
~ Horror film character: Pyramid Head (aka Red Pyramid Thing).
def'n: Pyramid — An object or shape in the form of a pyramid.
def'n: Head — The upper part of the human body, above the torso, attached to the neck.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases the executioner or punisher more in his movie incarnation, with a more angular and jagged helmet, his robes not covering his chest and completey obscuring his legs, held on by belts. The humanoid monster is seen wielding his Great Knife and flies circling around due to the stench of death. The concept hints at the idea of coneheads (slang. a stupid person) and conical shaped heads; having the shape of a cone, but in this case, a triangle.


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  58a SLITHER WREN
~ Nomenclature = A play on the Harry Potter franchise House name, Slytherin.
~ Horror film parody: Slither (2006).
def'n: Slither — To move smoothly like a snake with an oscillating motion over a surface.
 
58b WORMY WENDY
~ Nomenclature = A descriptive word for the alien larvae.
~ Horror film character: Pyramid Head (aka Red Pyramid Thing).
def'n: Wormy — To be infested with or eaten into by worms/larvae. informal. A weak, revolting, slimy, or abject person.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork takes the theatrical release poster concept of the malevolent alien parasites crawling up and into the side of a bathtub with a woman's leg showing several steps further. The full-on attack and attach-mode of the larvae gives the character a red-haired sea anemone appearance while she's being attacked and preyed upon. The slug-like larvae, a sentient ET parasite takes over the host body and absorbs the mind; those infected become part of the 'hive mind' controlled by the main host.


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  59a CURIOUS GEORGIE
~ Nomenclature = A name parody of 'Curious George', the curious little monkey.
~ Horror film character: George Denbrough.
def'n: Curious — To be eager to know or learn something. To be nosy.
 
59b AMP U. TATE
~ Nomenclature = Amputate.
~ Horror film parody: It movie (2017), It TV series (1990).
def'n: Amputate — To cut off a limb, usually by surgical operation.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ Curiosity killed the cat, but in this case, it killed Georgie. In the movie, Georgie is seen sailing a boat, crafted by his brother, along the rainy streets. Pennywise the Dancing Clown entices Georgie closer to the storm drain where he bites off his arm and drags him into the sewer. The artwork depicts Georgie's severed limb within the S.S. Georgie boat floating down a river of his own blood while he's holding the famous read balloon, one of the enticing tools Pennywise uses and states "They all float down here...".
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  60a PART 2 DREW
~ Nomenclature = Rhyme of the identifier 'Part 2'.
~ Horror film character: Jason Vorhees.
def'n: Part two — Involving two parts or elements.
 
60b SEE QUILLAN
~ Nomenclature = Sequal.
~ Horror film parody: Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981).
def'n: Sequal — A piece of work that continues the story; events that take place after an earlier installment.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ Like the movie sequel, the artwork showcases the Camp Crystal Lake camp counsellor serial killer sporting a burlap sack over his head, with a hole to see out with one eye, and tied around his neck with a length of rope. The iconic hockey mask does not appear until the third installment of Friday the 13th. Although Jason's favorite murder weapon of choice, hands down (or hands around), is a machete, he favors a pickaxe for this installment.
~ The antagonist character is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes to match is bloody knuckles. Per original concept, the nomenclature of 'Sack Head NED' was also considered.


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  61a CHOPPED CHIP
~ Nomenclature = Nickname reference to the "Chop Top" character.
~ Horror film character: Bobby "Chop Top" Sawyer.
def'n: Chop(+ped) — To cut something into many pieces with repeatted sharp blows.
 
61b PLANED PAUL
~ Nomenclature = References the head wound of "Chop Top".
~ Horror film parody: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986).
def'n: Plane(+d) — Having a smooth surface; caused by a cutting blade..
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ Although Leatherface is the main antagonist of the first movie, the painting depicts Chop Top, the twin brother of Leatherface and the main antagonist of the second installment. The hippie attire references Bobby Sawyer's time spent in Vietnam where he received his head wound by a machete and originally referred to as "Plate-Head". The image also displays Chop Top's habit of scratching around his metal plate with a heated clothes hanger and eating the dead skin that is picked off.
~ The image is a wonderful tribute to the OS3 GPK character for cards 91a BLAKE Flake and 91b Hippie SKIPPY, painted by artist Tom Bunk, that also contains a flower power motif, throwing the peace gang sign, psychedelic symbols, flies & a hanging spider.


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  PNS2018 + 62a PALE DALE
~ Nomenclature = A rhyme that references the character's skin tone.
~ Horror film character: Pale Man (aka The Thing That Slumbers There) — A brief, secondary antagonist who kills fairies and eats children; no eating at banquet table.
def'n: Pale — Being light in color or having soft, muted colors Bleached; washed out.
 
62b  AL BINO
~ Nomenclature = Albino.
~ Horror film movie: Pan's Labyrinth (2006).
def'n: Albino — A person having a congenital absence of pigment in the skin and hair.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The pale skinned, humanoid demonic character is depicted smiling wildly with blood oozing down his chin, leaving no speculation or question that a fairie or child has met its maker. The eyeballs of the monster are located on the palms of his hands, giving him a terrifying appearance when placed close to his face. An elaborate thrown-like chair is seen behind the character; placed at the head of the banquet hall table in the movie.
~ Pingitore painted the sallow, pallor creature for the October 2018 Philly Non-Sports card show to promote the yet unannounced and impending 2019 HK4 set as an exclusive promo card, PNS2018.


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  63a SLEEPY HOLLIS
~ Nomenclature = Sleepy hollow; a reference to the movie title.
~ Horror film parody: Sleep Hollow (1999).
def'n: Sleepy — To need or be ready for sleep; showing the effects of needed sleep.
def'n: Hollow — A small valley. A vale, dale, combe, slade, etc.
 
63b  NOAH HEAD
~ Nomenclature = No head.
~ Horror film character: The Headless Horseman.
def'n: No head — Without a head, noggin.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The Headless Horseman, a character taken from the short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by author Washinton Irving, is seen slumped over his weapon of choice, a carved jack-o-lantern (openly drooling), after falling asleep and also barely hanging onto his sleepytime teddy bear. The Horseman character is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes.
~ Per Pingitore, the Sleep Hollow concept actually replaced a Ghostbusters 2 concept; the color rough can be seen below within the 'Bits & BOBs' section.


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  64a NEMA SISSY
~ Nomenclature = Nemesis.
~ Horror film character: Nemesis (aka Nemesis-T Type, Pursuer, Chaser).
def'n: Nemesis — An archenemy; a long-standing rival.
 
64b  RESIDENT CECIL
~ Nomenclature = Resident Evil; known in Japan as Biohazard.
~ Horror film parody: Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004).
def'n: Resident — A permanent location; or long-term basis.
def'n: Evil — To be extremely immoral and wicked; bad.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The Tyrant model creature is seen wickedly smiling while holding his rocket launcher that's mounted to its left arm. The character can be seen clothed in its traditional black trousers, overcoat, boots and gloves. The character is also seen with its signature exposed muscles on its body and added stitches that cover its right eye. The humanoid bio-weapon character is also sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes that match his grisly red gums.
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  65a PAZU ZEUS
~ Nomenclature = Pazuzu.
~ Horror film character: Pazuzu; the demon character that possesses Regan MacNeil.
def'n: Pazuzu — A king of the demons of the wind and the son of the god Hanbi; taken from Assyrian and Babylonian mythology.
 
65b  CAPTAIN HOWIE
~ Nomenclature = Captain Howdy.
~ Horror film character: Captain Howdy; the name Regan MacNeil gives to Pazuzu.
def'n: Captain — A person in command of a vessel.
def'n: Howdy — An informal friendly greeting of hello.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting depicts the white-faced demon character grimacing; the face can be seen briefly flashed onscreen during a dream sequence freaturing Father Karras, the priest that is charged with drawing out the malevolent spirits from Regan's body, and a second time while Regan is being exorcised. The demon materializes twice more in an extended cut of the film with yellow teeth and red underlids.
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  66a MEANIE SWEENEY
~ Nomenclature = Rhyme referencing the movie title.
~ Horror film parody: Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007).
def'n: Meanie — A mean or small-minded person.
 
66b  TRIMMIN' TODD
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive word referencing the movie title.
~ Horror film character: Benjamin Barker / Sweeney Todd.
def'n: Trim(+ming) — To make neat by cutting away irregular or unwanted parts.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting depicts the serial killer that murders his customers (aka victims) wtih a straight edge razor and processes their corpses into meat pies via a moveable barber chair that reveals a trapdoor and shoot leading down to the meat pie shop below the barbershop. The movie is based off of a 1979 musical of the same name created by Stephen Soundheim and Hugh Wheeler. The fictional character Sweeney Todd first appeared as a villain within the Victorian penny dreadful serial titled The String of Pearls from 1846-1847. The English barber is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes that match his bloody ways.


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  67a CORNY CAL
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the title of the movie.
~ Horror film parody: Children of the Corn (1984).
def'n: Corny — informal. Something that feels trite, banal or mawkishly sentimental.
def'n: Corn — A plant product that yields large grains or kernals, set in rows on a cob.
 
67b  HUSKIN' DUSTIN
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive word referencing the corn plant.
~ Horror film parody: Stephen King's Children of the Corn (1984).
def'n: Husk — To remove the dry outer covering of some fruits or seeds.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork displays the Kids being born of the corn, similar to Cabbage Patch Kids being born from a cabbage patch. The story centers on a malevolent entity referred to as "He Who Walks Behind the Rows", and not "He Who Must Not Be Named", which entices the children of a small rural town to ritually murder all of the adults to ensure a successful corn harvest. Being a highly religious community and the church the only structure not neglected, the townfolk turned to prayer and naming all of their offspring with Biblical names; but backfires when the children are led astray by being introduced to a cult based around a bloodthirsty deity by 12yo Isaac Chroner, the main Kid pictured.


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  68a BLAKE LAGOON
~ Nomenclature = Black Lagoon.
~ Horror film parody: Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954).
def'n: Black — The darkest color owing to the absence of light.
def'n: Lagoon — A stretch of salt water separated from the sea by a low sandback. Or, a small freshwater lake near a larger lake or river (N.A., AU/NZ).
 
68b  UNDER WALTER
~ Nomenclature = Underwater.
~ Horror film character: Gill-man.
def'n: Underwater — Located, occuring or taking place beneath the surface of the water.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting portrays the Creature, aka Gill-man, holding the damsel-in-distress character Kay Lawrence. Two actors played the role of Gill-man for the 1954 production, the Gill-man (land) character and the Gill-man (underwater) character. The artwork is a nice tribute to the theatrical release poster which shows the Creature holding actress Julia Adams, but both characters appear underwater, within the black lagoon, rather than on land. And, besides the white, one-piece swimsuit worn by Kay, the Creature is sporting his own white garment, albeit, a wet diaper.


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  69a END GAGE
~ Nomenclature = Endgame and a play on the movie character's name.
~ Horror film character: Gage Creed portrayed by Miko Hughes.
def'n: End — A final part of something, usually a period of time; life.
def'n: Endgame — The final stage of a game.
 
69b  MUSHED MIKO
~ Nomenclature = Underwater.
~ Horror film parody: Pet Sematary (1989).
def'n: Mush(+ed) — To be pressed into a soft, wet, pulpy mass and mess.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts Gage's first brush with death, pre-reanimation, where the character runs out onto the road while playing with a kite and is struck and killed by an Orinco tanker truck. Gage's father then moves him to the 'pet cematary' to return him from the dead, Winston Church-style. Gage is then corrupted by the Wendigo; a primal demon that terrorized Native American races in two of Stephen King's novels. The Kid can be seen sporting a single, 2-striped red CPK-like shoe that match his kite, blood and the truck.
~ 'Hit & RON' nomenclature showed up on early concepts of the character.


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  70a GEDDY OUT
~ Nomenclature = Get out.
~ Horror film parody: Get Out (2017).
def'n: Get out — informal. To go away; leave a certain location.
 
70b  CRYIN' CHRIS
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference to the movie character.
~ Horror film character: Chris Washington.
def'n: Cry — To shed tears, usually when in distress, pain or sorrow.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting portrays the main protagonist crying, as visually seen within the movie trailer and advertisements. The 'sunken place' mindtrip turns to raw emotions when the main character starts to uncover disturbing secrets about his girlfriend's family history.

~ The artwork is a wonderful tribute to the 'flooded' GPK concepts of yesteryears, including the crying character for OS8 cards 298A Bloody MARY and 298B DONNA Donor, painted by artist Tom Bunk, whose loss of blood has filled the room with floating items and furniture.


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  71a YURI NEXT
~ Nomenclature = You're next (to die).
~ Horror film parody: You're Next (2011).
def'n: You're next — When served, one is up next (in line) or one is up next to be helped.
 
71b  NOW SERVING IRVING
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive rhyme referencing movie title written in blood.
~ Horror film character: Fox Mask.
def'n: Serve — To perform duties or services for another person; food, assistance, etc.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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  72a BLINDED BELA
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the actor playing Dracula and strong stage lights.
~ Horror film character: Dracula played by Bela Lugosi.
def'n: Blinded (by the light) — To cause someone to be unable to see temporarily.
 
72b  BRAM STALKER
~ Nomenclature = Bram Stoker.
~ Horror film parody: Dracula (1931), based loosely off of the novel by Bram Stoker.
def'n: Stalker — A person who harasses someone with obsessive attention.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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  73a CREEPIN' TOM
~ Nomenclature = Peeping Tom; A reference to the comic & movie title.
~ Horror film character: The Creep; a character from the comic book & movie prologue.
def'n: Creep — To move slowly as not to be detected. informal. A detestable person.
def'n: Peeping Tom — A person that secretly watches someone; usually via window.
 
73b  SPYIN' RYAN
~ Nomenclature = Rhyme.
~ Horror film parody: Creepshow (1982).
def'n: Spy — To osberve someone furtively and secretly to gather information.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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  74a BENT NECK LYDIE
~ Nomenclature = Bent-Neck Lady.
~ Horror TV character: The Bent-Neck Lady; episode #5.
def'n: Bent — To be sharply curved at an irregular angle.
def'n: Neck — The section of a person's body that connects the torso and head.
 
74b  HILARY HOUSE
~ Nomenclature = Hill House.
~ Horror TV parody: The Haunting of Hill House (2018 Netflix TV series).
def'n: Hill — A naturally raised area of land.
def'n: House — A building for habitation, usually by a family or group of people.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases the haunting apparition that the child Nell Crain calls the Bent-Neck lady, a ghostly figure with a broken neck tht stands at the foot of her bed while Nell is paralyzed by fear (sleep paralysis) and unablet to move. Episode #5 of the TV series is titled 'The Bent-Neck Lady' that becomes a story that merges past and present and proves her therapist correct in explaining her broken state and that Hill House is "just a carcass in the woods".


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  75a MONSTER RUSS
~ Nomenclature = Monstrous.
~ Horror film parody: Frankenstein (1931).
def'n: Monstrous — Having an ugly or frightening appearance of a monster.
 
75b  BOLTED BORIS
~ Nomenclature = A reference to the actor and monster's attributes.
~ Horror film character: The Monster portrayed by actor Boris Karloff.
def'n: Bolt — A short metal pin or rivet.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting depicts The Monster character created by Dr. Frankenstein demonstrating his menacing monster-mash steps and awkard movements after being piece-mealed and reanimated. The bolts on the side of the Monster's neck acted as contacts for the connectivity for the electric currents from the electrical storm used to power and juice-up the created monster and the encased murderer's brain. The character is portrayed in popular Halloween colors such as orange, green, purple and black. The source matieral is based off of the novel Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley published in 1818.


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  HH2018 + 76a HORACE HOUND
~ Nomenclature = Horror hound.
~ Horror magzine + convention: HorrorHound Magazine (2005) + Weekend (2007).
def'n: Horror — An intense feeling of fear, terror, fright, panic, shock, disgust, et cetera.
def'n: Hound — A hunting dog that that tracks by scent; bloodhound. To harass; pursue.
 
76b  MANGY MITCH
~ Nomenclature = A possible reference to character Mitch Toblat (aka The Beast).
~ Horror film parody: Big Bad Wolf (2006).
def'n: Mangy — Being in poor condition; shabby, scruffy, worn out.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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~ Pingitore painted the murderous mascot artwork for the backside of the March/April 2018 issue to help promote the HorrorHound Weekend in August. Collectors were dog-treated to an exclusive promo card and other goodies. More within Bits & BOBs section.
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  77a DEATH DAVE
~ Nomenclature = Deathday.
~ Horror film parody: Happy Death Day (2017).
def'n: Deathday — The day of a peron's (untimely) death or its anniversary.
 
77b  RE PETER
~ Nomenclature = Repeat; a reference to the plot of the movie.
~ Horror film parody: Happy Death Day 2U (2019).
def'n: Repeat — To do something again and again, for a number of times.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts the anonymous killer in the movie who sports a baby doll mask like the school mascot and wielding a butcher knife; more of a meat-carving knife and not a cake-cutting knife. The college student in the film is murdured on her birthday and starts to relive the day repeatedly, to the point she begins to hunt for the killer to stop her death(s).
~ The painting is a tribute to the ADAM Bomb character that was used for the '20 Gross Years' of GPK anniversary during the ANS4 release in 2005 for cards 40a ADAM Bomb and 40b Blasted BILLY, painted by artist John Pound, and for the packaging and advertisement material.


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  78a LOU PAN
~ Nomenclature = Lo Pan; Low pain.
~ Horror film character: David Lo-Pan.
def'n: Low pain (threshold) — a low level of pain tolerance.
 
78b  DARK DAVID
~ Nomenclature = Repeat; a reference to the plot of the movie.
~ Horror film parody: Big Trouble in Little China (1986).
def'n: Dark — personality. Someone that is twisted, abnormal; warped sense of humor.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork was originally created for the Gallery 1988 group show event 'Crazy 4 Cult 9', titled 'Dark DAVID / LOU Pain', that ran from November 20th through December 5th, 2015. The art show was a tribute to cult movies including John Carpenter's movie.
~ The synopsis involves truck driver Jack Burton getting caught up in crazy conflict San Francisco's Chinatown rescuing his best friend's fiancee from Lo Pan and breaking the ancient curse that keeps the antogonist a fleshless and immortal spirit.
The event artwork nomenclature 'Dark DAVID' references Lo Pan's alias 'David Lo-Pan', or simply 'Dave'. And, 'LOU Pain / LOU Pan' — a Low Pain (threshold) — a parody of the evil scorcerer's surname 'Lo Pan', sometimes written and seen as 'Lo-Pan'.


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  79a CRYPT KEIFER
~ Nomenclature = Crypt keeper; gravekeeper.
~ Horror TV character: The Crypt Keeper.
def'n: Gravekeeper — A graveyard attendant that takes care of the cemetary.
 
79b  TAYLOR FROM THE CRYPT
~ Nomenclature = Tales from the crypt.
~ Horror TV parody: Tales from the Crypt (1989-1996; HBO TV series).
def'n: Tale — An imaginary story, sometimes based on folklore or incident.
def'n: Crypt — An underground room, vault, tomb used as a chapel or burial place.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting depicts the decrepit Crypt Keeper character reading a children's book, I believe a copy of the bedtime stories book 'Goondmight Moon'. The 'GOODNIGHT SOON' parody title also includes a GPK tribute to the tombstone and gravedigger dirt of cards 5a Dead TED and 5b JAY Decay painted by artist John Pound. This rounded tombstone and dug up earth image appears in a few of Mark Pingitore's Magic Marker Art paintings. For the HBO series, each episode began and ended, or bookended, by a cameo intro appearance and outro sequence. The Keeper would pop out from his coffin with a cackle and deliver a wisecracking one-liner. The Crypt Keeper is an animated corpse for the TV program, but is a living human bing from the 1950s EC Comics. Alt name: 'Bed TIM'.


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  80a RUNNY ROBERT
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference to T-1000 played by Robert Patrick.
~ Horror film character: T-1000 portrayed by actor Robert Patrick.
def'n: Runny — Semi-liquid, not quite firm.
 
80b  SKY NATE
~ Nomenclature = Skynet.
~ Horror film parody: Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).
def'n: Skynet — A fictional artificial neural network-based conscious group mind and superintelligence system; the main antagonist the creates Terminator models.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases the poly-alloy advanced prototype 1000 series Terminator character after being shot; specifically after being shot by a grenade launcher in the movie where it's so distorted and off-balance from the space in its torso that it falls into a molten steel vat after uncontrollably shapeshifting. The liquid metal android assassin is the main physical antagonist of the Terminator 2 movie created by Skynet that's against the Human Resistance. The dislocated arm and liquid metal of the artwork makes it look like the T-1000's head is surfing.


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  81a FLESHLESS FRANK
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference to the Frank Cotton character.
~ Horror film character: Frank Cotton (aka Skinless Frank).
def'n: Fleshless — Lean and gaunt. Lacking skin, or having it removed.
 
81b  SOUL LESS
~ Nomenclature = Soulless.
~ Horror film parody: Hellraiser (1987).
def'n: Soulless — Lacking character, human feelings and/or qualities. Without a soul.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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  82a TOUGH TIFFANY
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference to the Tiffany character in the Bride of Chucky.
~ Horror film character: Tiffany Valentine-Ray
def'n: Tough — Strength to withstand adverse conditions and/or rough handling.
 
82b  BAD BARBIE
~ Nomenclature = Reference to the prim & proper Barbie doll series.
~ Horror film parody: Bride of Chucky (1998).
def'n: Bad — Having poor standards of moral virtue or acceptable conduct.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork shows the "bride" of Chucky (aka CHarles Lee Ray), the Lakeshore Strangler serieal killer, with a tied-up and gagged Barbie doll, smoking a cigarette. The character, Tiffany Valentine, has a murderous dark side, with a strong attraction to death and evilness, is the former girlfriend and accomplice of Chucky. Both characters souls are eventually transported and stuck inside dolls. The imagery has a very Grease feel, a Sandra Dee and Frenchy feel. Alternate nomenclature: 'VAL End Time'.


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  83a PAULA TERGIEST
~ Nomenclature = Poltergeist.
~ Horror film character: Carol Anne Freeling.
def'n: Poltergeist — A supernatural entity responsible for physical disturbances.
 
83b  BAD RHEA CEPTION
~ Nomenclature = Bad reception.
~ Horror film parody: Poltergeist (1982).
def'n: Bad reception — Having a poor signal that isn't being received well.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting, backlit by the television screen, showcases the Freeling's daughter, Carol Anne, stuck inside the television that she's so fixated on, usually from the outside of the TV set as it trasmits static after the nightly sign-off. Carol Anne talks to the family's television set and eventually announces "They're here". The image is a nice parody of the theatrical release poster which shows Carol Anne sitting in front of the family television set with her teddy bear with hands on the TV screen and static with the catchphrases: "They're here" and "It knows what scares you". An alternate name is 'Captured CAROL' as labeled on the rough concept which references the character's first name.


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  84a BRIGHT BERNIE
~ Nomenclature = Brightburn.
~ Horror film character: Brightburn (aka Brandon Breyer).
def'n: Bright — Giving out a lot of light; shining. Blinding light.
 
84b  VILL LAYNE
~ Nomenclature = Villain.
~ Horror film parody: Brightburn (2019).
def'n: Villain — A character with evil actions and motivations; the antagonist.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork is a parody likeness of the theatrical release poster showing the Brightburn character at the height of his powers. A young alien boy is raised on Earth after a spaceship crashes near a farm, similar to Superman, but a bad seed, and after realizing he has superpowers, he soon uses them to terrorize the small town he resides in and becomes an anti-hero with sinister intentions of taking over the world. His powers include: super strength, super speed, flight, heat vision, intelligence, charisma and electronic interference. The concept does not appear on the concept sheet of 45 characters and may have replaced a 'Jeepers Creepers' concept.


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  85a PAPA PLUTO
~ Nomenclature = A paternal reference to the father-figure character.
~ Horror film character: Pluto.
def'n: Papa — A little one's father.
 
85b  HILLS HAVE ISIAH
~ Nomenclature = The hills have eyes.
~ Horror film parody: The Hills Have Eyes (1977).
def'n: (the) Hills have eyes (and ears) — An old proverb, as with "the fields have eyes and the woods have ears" and "the mountains and valleys have ears", loosely meaning, that sound travels via echoes, someone/something is always listening; always seeing.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The painting image depicts the 'adopted' daughter, Katy Carter, character in the arms of her new father, Pluto. The character appears in the first three films (1977, 1985 and 2006). The mutant possesses a misshapen head and face, similar to Sloth character in The Goonies movie. Being the largest and most intimidating family member he does most of the grunt work. The film follows a stranded surburban family targeted by a group of cannibal savages. Wes Craven based the script on the legend of Alexander "Sawney" Bean, head of a 45-member clan in Scotland in the 16th century, who cannibalized over 1000 victims and the clan executed for the mass murder.


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  86a EDIT TED
~ Nomenclature = Edited.
~ Horror film character: Bagul (aka Buhguul, Mr. Boogie).
def'n: Edited — Movie film chosen and arranged (cut) to form a coherent story.
 
86b  EXPOSED PHIL
~ Nomenclature = Exposed film.
~ Horror film parody: Sinister (2012).
def'n: Exposed — To be uncovered, no longer hidden; visible.
def'n: Exposed film — A film strip exposed to natural light and destroyed, ruined.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork depicts a pair of scissors cutting the flim strip in two, cutting a window in which the main antagonist, Bagul (Eater of Children), is standing. The character is an ancient, pagan deity that consumes the souls of children that possesses his own realm and can travel into the mortal world via images of himself. The tall, humanoid creature is seen with pale skin, long black hair, with no eyes or mouth. The nightmarish 'man' is seen sporting a pair of 2-striped red CPK-like shoes that matches the red background of the film behind him and the blood from the severed film strip.


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  87a BOO KAY
~ Nomenclature = Bouquet.
~ Horror film character: The Monster's Bride (aka Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley).
def'n: Bouquet — A beautifully arranged set of flowers for a gift or a ceremony.
 
87b  BLUSHIN' BREE
~ Nomenclature = Blushing bride.
~ Horror film parody: Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
def'n: Blushing bride — A modest and virtuous newlywed, wife.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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  88a IM JOE TEP
~ Nomenclature = Imhotep.
~ Horror film character: Prince/Lord Imhotep (aka The Mummy, The Creature).
def'n: Imhotep — An Egyptian plymath; the architect of King Djoser's Step Pyramid.
 
88b  EGYPT SEAN
~ Nomenclature = Egyptian.
~ Horror film parody: The Mummy (1999).
def'n: Egyptian — A native of ancient or modern Egypt. The tombs of the Egyptians.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork displays the parody Mummy character placed in a stone coffin, without the ornate sarcophagus lid laid on top, crossing his arms and sporting his red fez hat. The inscription on the stone coffin looks as though it's Egyptian writing, but reads 'PING', for the artist Mark Pingitore; this is covered by the HK logo on card. The character is being shown punished, being mummified and buried alive along with flesh-eating scarab beetles. When restored to life, he gained the powers of regeneration, invulnerability, ability to transform into sand, control the weather/sandstorms, and wield the ten plagues of Egypt.


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  89a MELTIN' MAURICE
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference to the Maurice character.
~ Horror film character: Maurice.
def'n: Melting — To become liquefied by heat. informal. To sweat like crazy.
 
89b  CLOTHES LIONEL
~ Nomenclature = Clothesline.
~ Horror film parody: Little Monsters (1989).
def'n: Clothesline — A rope or wire used to hang washed clothes and hung to dry.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
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~ Nomenclature = 'Eyegor', like 'Fronkensteen'; not 'Eegor', like 'Frankenstein'.
~ Horror film character: Igor portrayed by Marty Feldman.
def'n: Eyegore — Phonetically the same as the given name Igor. Seeing grossness.
 
90b  MAD MARTY
~ Nomenclature = Descriptive reference of the comedian Marty Feldman.
~ Horror film parody: Young Frankenstein (1974).
def'n: Mad — To be mentally ill; insane. Mad scientist.
 
THE TERROR-IBLE TRUTH:
~ The artwork showcases the zany facial features, including extreme crossed-eyes, bushy eyebrows, popped-eyes, and lolled tongue, that the comedian, Marty Feldman, brought to the role of Igor in the comedy horror film. In the movie, The hunchbacked, bug-eyed servant, Igor, is sent on a mission to steal the brain of a revered historian who has died; however, drops and damages the brain after being startled by seeing his own reflection, he nabs and returns a second brain labeled 'abnormal' that is transplanted into a corpse. Like the infamous mad scientist, Igor is a bit mad himself.


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. In late March, on the 24th, Magic Marker Art posted a partial square image of the artwork that Pingitore painted for the HorrorHound publication: "I did this artwork for HorrorHound, featured on the back cover of the newest issue! Fun one to do." Collectors can find the horrorific image on the backside of issue #70 of the HorrorHound, March/April 2018 publication to add to their collections; the page measures 8.5"x11". At this point, the artwork is not part of the Horrorible Kids releases, but ties in quite nicely with the horrorible theme. See 'Bits & BOBs' #33, #35 and #36 for additional updates. On close inspection, you can just make out the Garbage Pail Kids title not completely removed from the 'HorrorHoundWeedend' banner.


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. The HorrorHound convention took place over the Weekend of Aug. 24th-26th 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana during the dog days of summer. Pingitore's HORACE Hound parody mascot character found its way on the front cover of the stapled show guide, measuring 5.5"x8.5", which like the backside of HorrorHound magazine contains the 'HORROR HOUND' "PEEL HERE"-like arrow and the year '2018' for the card number. On close inspection, you can just make out the Garbage Pail Kids title not completely removed from the 'HorrorHoundWeedend' banner. The werewolf can also be as an enamel pin placed on a black-and-white backing board with his background environment from the artwork image; all three HorrorHound merch items were convention exclusives.




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. A third Promo Image was revealed on 10/31/2018 as an upcoming character for Magic Marker Art's future Horrorible Kids Series 4 release, originally created as a commissioned artwork piece, and later advertised as a promo card to social media on 02/01/2019 in conjuction with the 4th Gross Card Con as an exclusive promo card. The first 'poster' mock-up image below showcases the final artwork with a nostalgic 'I WANT YOU [FOR U.S. ARMY]' tagline and a sadistic parody of Uncle Sam [U.S.] and similar to GPK OS3 110a Snooty SAM and 110b U.S. ARNIE. The second set of GCC ad images shows the final artwork for Marveless Kids promo card Adios THANOS with card number 'GCC2019a' and Horrorible Kids promo card SID Distic with card number 'GCC2019b'; both reverse card backs display three images for each upcoming set, available spring and summer 2019, respectively. NOTE: BOTH PROMO CARD STICKERS CAN BE FOUND WITH AN UPSIDE-DOWN TOMBSTONE DIE CUT. Another poster, with rearranged graphics, was released as an 'AVAILABLE HERE' store display ad within the boxes.




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13. On June 10th, 2019, Magic Marker Art announced that a 4" Sticker would come free with every Horrorible Kids Series 4 pre-order as an incentive. The new HK4 character decal includes the Horrorible Kids header and the main mascot for the release, a parody of Edward Scissorhands. This is the fourth decal sticker available from MMA as a free give-away for purchased product.


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14. Magic Marker Art announced on July 9, 2019, to social media that a nineth Horrorible Kids soft Enamel Pin would be produced and released for the upcoming set for the Edgy EDDIE character; New pin coming soon! The pin mock-up image portrays the Horrorible Kids stacked header and the backing board reading 'PIN HERE' instead of 'PEEL HERE'. The pin was released on August 20, 2019.


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15. Two additional website ads were added to the Magic Marker Art website on August 20th, 2019, for the official HK4 release date; a Printing Plate ad for any random plate from the HK3 or HK4 releases running $20 each and the double clasp, 1.7 inch soft Enamel Pin running $10 each. Nine-piece printing Plate Puzzles were also available for $100 each with the following description for the plates: These 1/1 metal printing plates were used in the production of Horrorible Kids, and were cut down to trading card size. There are 4 sets available - CYAN, MAGENTA, YELLOW, and BLACK. These 9 plate sets were used to print one of the 9 card back puzzles.


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16. A third website ad was also added for the ten additional 'WAVE 4' Horrorible Kids mini Posters for HK4 and five posters for HK3, measuring 11x17 inches, that went LIVE on the Magic Marker Art website on August 20, 2019 for $10.00 each. The posters were a limited edition of 50 copies and signed by the artist, Mark Pingitore, and include the following card character images for HK4: 46a SID Distic, 49a MATT O. Morphosis, 50a Edgy EDDIE, 53a Fright NITA, 54a Wealthy WARWICK, 55a ARNIE of Darkness, 56a ART Apart, 60a Part 2 DREW, 61a Chopped CHIP and 81a Fleshless FRANK.


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17. Per artist Mark Pingitore, the Sleepy Hollow Concept for cards 63a Sleepy HOLLIS and 63b NOAH Head replaced a Ghostbusters II (1989) concept, "There was a Ghostbusters II concept that got replaced with the Sleepy Hollow one." The color rough shows the antagonist Vigo Von Homburg Deutschendorf (aka Vigo the Carpathian), a medieval tyrant and sorcerer, standing over a pile of skulls and bones. The concept shows the nomenclature of 'Vintage VIGO' and 'REN A. Sance' (renaissance).
The cards for 73a Creepin' TOM and 73b Spyin' RYAN replaced the original Creepshow concept, "That was a concept based on one of the Creepshow stories, Tide You Over. It got to color rough, but I decided to do the more recognizable Creepshow poster parody instead." The concept shows the nomenclature of 'High TY' and 'WALTER Logged'. Both concepts can be seen on the original 45-card layout, but not the replacements; it is unknown at this time if they'll show up in any future release. A third concept for 'Jeepers Creepers' ('Creep EARL') may have been replaced by the 'Brightburn' parody which is not located on the original line-up of characters.



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18. Mark Pingitore shared a HorrorHound advertisement post to social media on September 3rd, 2019, that read 'I'M GOING TO HORRORHOUND WEEKEND!' and showcased the popular artwork for card 76a HORACE Hound. The original painting was created as the official HorrorHound mascot for the 2018 show; see previous 'Bits & BOBs' above. The event took place in Indianapolis at the Indiana Convention Center over the extended weekend of September 6th through the 8th, 2019.


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19. When not a puzzle piece, the reverse Card Backs are a tribute to the Garbage Pail Kids OS3 and OS4 'WANTED' poster card backs. The HK3 set released in 2018 had 'WANTED' backs along with a 'HORROR FLIX', much like the 'FLICK-IT!' section of the GPK OS11-16 sets. The HK3 set released in 2019 only contained puzzle pieces to differentiate the two releases.


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20. Magic Marker Art announced on September 17, 2019, to social media that a second Horrorible Kids Series 4 soft Enamel Pin would be produced and for the recently released parody set for the ART Apart character; New pin in the works! The pin mock-up image portrays the Horrorible Kids stacked header, the color chart and hollowed out section for the upcoming pin.


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21. Three additional 'WAVE 5' Horrorible Kids mini Posters for HK4 and two posters for HK3, measuring 11x17 inches, went LIVE on the Magic Marker Art page on September 23, 2019 for $10.00 each. The posters debuted at the HorrorHound Weekend earlier in the month Sept 6-8, were a limited edition of 50 copies, signed by artist Mark Pingitore, and include the following card character images for HK4: 47a Grem LYNN, 73a Creepin' TOM and 76a HORACE Hound.


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22. Magic Marker Art released an image of several rows of pins on October 23, 2019, to social media stating; It’s an Art army! ?? ART Apart pins available tomorrow!, and on October 24, 2019, stating: ART Apart pins are NOW AVAILABLE! The pin link was posted to the MMA website on 10/24/2019 for $10 with the description: Triple Clasp 1.9 " Soft Enamel Pin.


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23. On October 8, 2019, Magic Marker Art shared a tight rough sketch of a parody of the Joker character and simply stated: "Put on a happy face", with a clown face emoji. On October 9, 2019, Pingitore shared the same clown face emoji with a full color rough of the Joker character and stated: "Not sure what I’ll do with this, but feel like painting him."


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24. On Friday, December 13, 2019, Magic Marker Art shared a sneak peek for a Friday the 13th parody of the infamous Jason Voorhees character, and the 'Part VI' (SPOILER) chained-to-the-bottom-of-the-lake scene. The color rough displayed a chained around Jason's neck and underwater bubbles around his body. Pingitore stated: "Feels like a good time to share a sneak peek at a color rough for a new painting in the works."


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25. On December 18, 2019, artist Mark Pingitore shared the new skateboard deck product that included six Horrorible Kids characters from Series 1, a character from Series 3, and three characters from Series 4. The yellow ad stated 'WAVE 1 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON' and the bottom right hand corner of the ad mentioned 'EACH DECK COMES WITH A PACK OF STICKERS'. The pre-order ad dropped on January 17, 2020, where the yellow ad now stated 'WAVE 1 PRE-ORDER $60 EACH'. The final ad hit the Magic Marker Art store on March 17, 2020 and simply stated 'WAVE 1 $60 EACH', but the bottom right hand corner now mentioned 'FREE SHIPPING'. Default size is 7.75", but 8", 8.25", or 8.5" also available upon request when ordering.


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26. On January 23, 2020, Magic Marker Art posted a Horrible Kids promo card image, a parody of the Joker character, to social media that would be part of the special Trash-Formers Promo Pack available exclusively at the ToyCon show and Gross Xperience event. The pack included two Horrorible Kids cards numbering GCC2020-1 and GCC2020-2, as well as two Nintendopes cards numbering GCC2020-3 and GCC2020-4. Pingitore stated: "Wacko JOAQUIN - Part of the ALL NEW promo pack I’ll have available at GCC/Gross Xperience March 13th-15th! More reveals to come!"


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27. On January 27, 2020, Magic Marker Art posted a Horrible Kids promo card image, a parody of the Jason Voorhees character, to social media that would be part of the special Trash-Formers Promo Pack available exclusively at the ToyCon show and Gross Xperience event. The pack included two Horrorible Kids cards numbering GCC2020-1 and GCC2020-2, as well as two Nintendopes cards numbering GCC2020-3 and GCC2020-4. Pingitore stated: "Chained KANE - The 2nd of two Horrorible Kids cards from the ALL NEW promo pack I’ll have available at GCC/Gross Xperience March 13th-15th! More reveals to come!"


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28. On February 17, 2020, flat artwork for a new Horrorible Kids binder was posted to social media as a sneak peek and Pingitore mentioned: "New Horrorible Kids binders coming soon!". On March 3, 2020, Mark posted an upate on the new binder and stated: "New binders are in! They will be available online later this month after Vegas ToyCon, which is next weekend, March 13-15.". After the debut over the extended weekend for the Gross Xperience, the vinyl collector album was posted for sale to the Magic Marker Art store on March 17, 2020 and ran $30 each. The album featured an inch D-ring binder, padded front and back, full color direct to vinyl print, and a black interior with two pockets.


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29. On February 17, 2020, five additional Horrorible Kids boards were announced on social media stating "New board designs coming soon!". The five boards made their debut at the ToyCon Gross Xperience in Las Vegas over the weekend of March 13th-15th and officially posted to the Magic Marker Art store for sale on March 17th. The ad listed all ten new characters, one from Series 1, four from Series 3, three from Series 4, and two from the upcoming Series 5 set. The ad simply stated 'WAVE 1 $60 EACH', but the bottom right hand corner now mentioned 'FREE SHIPPING'. Default size is 7.75", but 8", 8.25", or 8.5" also available upon request when ordering.


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30. As early as February 27, 2020, a sneak peek of an incompleted Horrorible Kids puzzle was shared to social media simply stating "Puzzling", and another on March 3 stating "Soon to be released". The 'Chained KANE' 500 piece jigsaw puzzle, measuring 18" x 24", debuted at ToyCon's Gross Xperience the weekend of March 13th-15th in Las Vegas and was posted for sale on the Magic Marker Art store on March 17th for $25.


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31. On March 8, 2020, Magic Marker Art posted an image of the complete Promo Pack-age exclusive to the Gross Xperience, but extra would be sold online afterwards while supplies lasted. The total package included, a Trash-Formers cover, two Horrorible Kids cards numbering GCC2020-1 and GCC2020-2, two Nintendopes cards numbering GCC2020-3 and GCC2020-4, two prism stickers, and a random printing plate. Pingitore stated: "[the Toycon] Gross Card Con/Gross Xperience is next weekend! I’ll be debuting a few new products in addition to these promo packs, along with my usual wares. Hope to see you there!"


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32. On Monday, March 9, 2020, Magic Marker Art shared a HK5 sneak peek for a Scary Stories (to Tell in the Dark) parody taken from the front cover of the source material written by Alvin Schwartz with original artwork by artist Stephen Gammell and published in 1981. A horror film of the same name was released in 2019, with story by and produced by Guillermo del Toro.


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33. On March 17, 2020, artist Mark Pingitore posted an art process image of Edgy EDDIE to social media showing the visual steps he takes from the pencil to paint stages and stated: "Sometimes I will revise a piece late in the process. I had the idea for the child safe scissors while doing the color rough and went back and revised the pencil art afterwards for the final."


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34. 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.
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~ MAGIC MARKER ART CHECKLIST : ALL ART BY MARK PINGITORE ~


NO.
CHARACTER CARDS
SERIES NO.
YEAR
46a
SID DISTIC
4
AUG 2019
GCC2019b
SID DISTIC — PROMO: HK DIE CUT
4
MAR 2019
GCC2019b
SID DISTIC PROMO: HK DIE CUT; ERROR
4
MAR 2019
46b
I HUNT HUGH
4
AUG 2019
47a
GREM LYNN
4
AUG 2019
47b
LATE NIGHT ZACK
4
AUG 2019
48a
VAL LAK
4
AUG 2019
48b
VENTIN' CONNIE
4
AUG 2019
49a
MATT O. MORPHOSIS
4
AUG 2019
49b
HOUSE FRY
4
AUG 2019
50a
EDGY EDDIE
4
AUG 2019
PNS2019
EDGY EDDIE PROMO
4
MAY 2019
NA
EDGY EDDIE PRE-ORDER 4 INCH PROMO
4
AUG 2019
50b
DULL JOEL
4
AUG 2019
51a
MESSY MELVIN
4
AUG 2019
51b
TOXIC TOBE
4
AUG 2019
52a
GRAEME PUS
4
AUG 2019
52b
CRASS KRIS
4
AUG 2019
53a
FRIGHT NITA
4
AUG 2019
53b
BUTTERFACE GRACE
4
AUG 2019
54a
WEALTHY WARWICK
4
AUG 2019
54b
FEAR LEIF CLOVER
4
AUG 2019
55a
ARNIE OF DARKNESS
4
AUG 2019
55b
BOSS BRUCE
4
AUG 2019
56a
ART APART
4
AUG 2019
56b
TERRY FIRE
4
AUG 2019
57a
SILENT HILLEL
4
AUG 2019
57b
PEER A. MID
4
AUG 2019
58a
SLITHER WREN
4
AUG 2019
58b
WORMY WENDY
4
AUG 2019
59a
CURIOUS GEORGIE
4
AUG 2019
59b
AMP U. TATE
4
AUG 2019
60a
PART 2 DREW
4
AUG 2019
60b
SEE QUILLAN
4
AUG 2019
61a
CHOPPED CHIP
4
AUG 2019
61b
PLANED PAUL
4
AUG 2019
62a
PALE DALE
4
AUG 2019
PNS2018
PALE DALE — PROMO
4
OCT 2018
62b
AL BINO
4
AUG 2019
63a
SLEEPY HOLLIS
4
AUG 2019
63b
NOAH HEAD
4
AUG 2019
64a
NEMA SISSY
4
AUG 2019
64b
RESIDENT CECIL
4
AUG 2019
65a
PAZU ZEUS
4
AUG 2019
65b
CAPTAIN HOWIE
4
AUG 2019
66a
MEANIE SWEENEY
4
AUG 2019
66b
TRIMMIN' TODD
4
AUG 2019
67a
CORNY CAL
4
AUG 2019
67b
HUSKIN' DUSTIN
4
AUG 2019
68a
BLAKE LAGOON
4
AUG 2019
68b
UNDER WALTER
4
AUG 2019
69a
END GAGE
4
AUG 2019
69b
MUSHED MIKO
4
AUG 2019
70a
GEDDY OUT
4
AUG 2019
70b
CRYIN' CHRIS
4
AUG 2019
71a
YURI NEXT
4
AUG 2019
71b
NOW SERVING IRVING
4
AUG 2019
72a
BLINDED BELA
4
AUG 2019
72b
BRAM STALKER
4
AUG 2019
73a
CREEPIN' TOM
4
AUG 2019
73b
SPYIN' RYAN
4
AUG 2019
74a
BENT NECK LYDIE
4
AUG 2019
74b
HILLARY HOUSE
4
AUG 2019
75a
MONSTER RUSS
4
AUG 2019
75b
BOLTED BORIS
4
AUG 2019
76a
HORACE HOUND
4
AUG 2019
HH2018
HORACE HOUND — PROMO
3
AUG 2018
HH27a
HORRORHOUND™ — MAG /GUIDE / PROMO / PIN
CON EXCLUSIVES
AUG 2018
76b
MANGY MITCH
4
AUG 2019
77a
DEATH DAVE
4
AUG 2019
77b
RE PETER
4
AUG 2019
78a
LOU PAN
4
AUG 2019
78b
DARK DAVID
4
AUG 2019
79a
CRYPT KEIFER
4
AUG 2019
79b
TAYLOR FROM THE CRYPT
4
AUG 2019
80a
RUNNY ROBERT
4
AUG 2019
80b
SKY NATE
4
AUG 2019
81a
FLESHLESS FRANK
4
AUG 2019
81b
SOUL LES
4
AUG 2019
82a
TOUGH TIFFANY
4
AUG 2019
82b
BAD BARBIE
4
AUG 2019
83a
PAULA TERGIEST
4
AUG 2019
83b
BAD RHEA CEPTION
4
AUG 2019
84a
BRIGHT BERNIE
4
AUG 2019
84b
VILL LAYNE
4
AUG 2019
85a
PAPA PLUTO
4
AUG 2019
85b
HILLS HAVE ISIAH
4
AUG 2019
86a
EDIT TED
4
AUG 2019
86b
EXPOSED PHIL
4
AUG 2019
87a
BOO KAY
4
AUG 2019
87b
BLUSHIN' BREE
4
AUG 2019
88a
IM JOE TEP
4
AUG 2019
88b
EGYPT SEAN
4
AUG 2019
89a
MELTIN' MAURICE
4
AUG 2019
89b
CLOTHES LIONEL
4
AUG 2019
90a
I. GORDON
4
AUG 2019
90b
MAD MARTY
4
AUG 2019
GCC2020-1
WACKO JOAQUIN
5
MAR 2020
GCC2020-2
CHAINED KANE
5
MAR 2020
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CHARACTER CARDS
SERIES NO.
YEAR

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CHARACTER PINS
SERIES NO.
YEAR
HH2018
HORRORHOUND™ CHARACTER
CON EXCLUSIVE
AUG 2018
50a
EDGY EDDIE
4
AUG 2019
56a
ART APART
4
OCT 2019
91a
CHAINED KANE
5
AUG 2020
110a
UBER UTER
5
AUG 2020

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CARD NO.
POSTER PRINTS
SERIES #
YEAR
46a
SID DISTIC
4
AUG 2019
47a
GREM LYNN
4
SEPT 2019
49a
MATT O. MORPHOSIS
4
AUG 2019
50a
EDGY EDDIE
4
AUG 2019
53a
FRIGHT NITA
4
AUG 2019
54a
WEALTHY WARWICK
4
AUG 2019
55a
ARNIE OF DARKNESS
4
AUG 2019
56a
ART APART
4
AUG 2019
60a
PART 2 DREW
4
AUG 2019
61a
CHOPPED CHIP
4
AUG 2019
73a
CREEPIN' TOM
4
SEPT 2019
76a
HORACE HOUND
4
SEPT 2019
81a
FLESHLESS FRANK
4
AUG 2019

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CARD NO.
SKATEBOARD DECK
SERIES NO.
YEAR
46a
SID DISTIC
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 1
49a
MATT O. MORPHOSIS
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 2
50a
EDGY EDDIE
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 1
55a
ARNIE OF DARKNESS
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 2
56a
ART APART
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 1
80a
RUNNY ROBERT
4
MAR 2020 - WAVE 2
91a
CHAINED KANE
5
MAR 2020 - WAVE 2
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WACKO JOAQUIN
5
MAR 2020 - WAVE 2



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