Becan, Sarah – The Complete Ouija Interviews


The Complete Ouija Interviews

Huzzah for the existence of a complete Ouija Interviews!  In case you have any doubts about my lack of objectivity, there you go: I have none at all.  The odd thing is that I think Ouija as a whole is one of the bigger absurdities of life, and have seen it debunked in enough ways and by enough people not to place any stock in at at all as a real thing.  Still, these stories are a blast, and I’m never going to let a difference of opinion (or, well, fact) get in the way of my enjoyment of a good story.  I’m going to go ahead and assume that everybody reading this has already read the four issues of Ouija Interviews (listed below, and they’re also for sale individually) and am instead going to answer the questions of everybody else reading this.  Why, if I’ve already read the four issues, would I want to get a collection?  Well, for one thing it’s gorgeous.  That’s always a plus.  There’s an introduction by her brother, going into a bit more detail of how these stories came into being.  But the main thing is what all comics readers are after: more comics.  If this was a DVD set this would be the special edition, as each of the four stories (reprinted here in full) has a shorter, unrelated piece after it.  More ouija interviews, but these are short stories, sometimes focusing on a message that the “ghost” wanted to impart, sometimes sticking more with facts about the messenger.  There’s also the fact that this is a measly $10, which is cheaper than getting the issues individually, so if you are one of the people who was waiting for an affordable collection before checking this out, now’s your chance.  This was all made possible by a grant from the Xeric people, proving once again that they have a very good sense on who should be getting their money.  Now if I could only convince them to pass some around for websites about small press comics… $10

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