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[WATCH] 'Cryptid Cinema' - interview with 'Swamp Thing' artist Stephen Bissette

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[WATCH] ‘Cryptid Cinema’ – interview with ‘Swamp Thing’ artist Stephen Bissette

This man knows his monsters!

In a very special segment, legendary horror artist and collaborator on Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing, Stephen R. Bissette, sits down with the host of the MonsterTalk podcast, Blake Smith, to converse about monsters both fictional, and maybe real?

Not content with just drawing creatures, Bissette’s self-published book Cryptid Cinema runs down some of the best appearances of Bigfoot and other crypotozoological beasts in movie history — with a second volume on the way!

Find tons more cryptids in the MonsterTalk podcast!

On July 12, AIPT Science and the New York City Skeptics co-presented the first ever AIPT SciPhi-Fest, a virtual festival of science, philosophy, and philosophy of science, as seen through a pop culture lens. Subscribe to the New York City Skeptics YouTube channel to see videos of every talk, to be posted in the coming weeks!

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