Panel: Shuma-Gorath, to Starro: the Cthulhu Mythos in Pop Culture
Panelists discuss the Cthulhu Mythos in pop culture. DB Spizter (moderator), Peter Rawlik, Scott Uhls, Andrew Migliore, David Heath.
David has published a blog for seven years called Dave’s Corner of the Universe. Where he covers, comics, Lovecraft and pulp culture. He has been a frequent guest on several podcast including The People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos and Monster Kid Radio. He lives with his extended family in Estacada Oregon on a goat farm.
Andrew Migliore is the founder and original director of the annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon. Andrew is also the co-author of Lurker in the Lobby: The Guide to the Cinema of H. P. Lovecraft published by Night Shade Books and was founder and producer at Lurker Films where he launched The H. P. Lovecraft Collection, The Weird Tale Collection, and The Edgar Allan Poe Collection on DVD. See his past Founder articles at the Daily Lurker https://medium.com/daily-lurker
Peter Rawlik is a prolific author of Lovecraftian Fiction including the novels Reanimators and The Weird Company. His fiction often focuses on characters and events forgotten by Lovecraft and his successors. His latest novel is the Lovecraftian noir Reanimatrix, which tells the story of both Robert Peaslee and Megan Halsey, the second generation of Lovecraftian Heroes.
Native to Portland Oregon, R. Scott Uhls is the author of "The Voice from the Sea" found in "Lovecraftian Micro Fiction Vol. 3" by Arkham Bazaar made for the H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival. He is also the author of the Maximum Apocalypse RPG and founder of Heeroic Studios Gaming. When he's not spending his time making games, he enjoys playing Call of Cthulhu, reading comic books, and watching Lovecraftian films. He has a Master's of Arts in International Conflict Management and a Bachelor's of Arts in East Asian Studies.