Mr. King, Perhaps a Sequel?

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Oystero

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I am currently rereading the book and enjoying it as always. I just love King’s conversational tone. I doubt I am the only person that would love to read his history of horror from 1980 onwards. And a chapter about horror comics is well overdue. Maybe he could work with Joe?
 

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I am currently rereading the book and enjoying it as always. I just love King’s conversational tone. I doubt I am the only person that would love to read his history of horror from 1980 onwards. And a chapter about horror comics is well overdue. Maybe he could work with Joe?
He's been asked about doing a sequel before but has always said the first one was too much work so doesn't want to go there again. :)
 

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You know, regarding the sequel, Stephen mentioned during a couple of interviews that he had the idea of writing a sequel but focused only on the mockumentaries. He told the story about how he watched half of The Blair Witch Project during his stay in the hospital after the accident, and that halfway through he asked Joe (who brought the VCR and the film) to stop it due to feeling really uncomfortable.

I'd LOVE this idea to become a reality...as everyone, I imagine :biggrin-new: