History Creator / SeaburyQuinn

19th Sep '17 6:22:17 PM Ardashir
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* PayEvilUntoEvil: If you kill innocents around de Grandin, he ''will'' gladly kill you in as brutal a fashion as possible.
20th Mar '17 9:06:17 AM Albertosaurus
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Starting in 2017, Night Shade Books will be reprinting the Jules de Grandin stories in a five-volume collected edition.
11th Jan '17 9:47:09 AM WillBGood
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* WouldHurtAChild: Averted in "The Corpse-Master", including a fairly graphic description of the poor little girl's corpse--leading to ManlyTears and one of Jules de Grandin's fiercest {{Badass Boast}}s:

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* WouldHurtAChild: Averted in In "The Corpse-Master", including a fairly graphic description of the poor little girl's corpse--leading to ManlyTears and one of Jules de Grandin's fiercest {{Badass Boast}}s:
20th May '16 7:13:25 AM erforce
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** OurGhostsAreDifferent: If blessed hawthorne and prayer doesn't dispel them, try radium salts to disrupt their electromagnetic resonance! (Note: the story this occurs in, "The Chapel of Mystic Horror", predates ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink over half a century!]])

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** OurGhostsAreDifferent: If blessed hawthorne and prayer doesn't dispel them, try radium salts to disrupt their electromagnetic resonance! (Note: the story this occurs in, "The Chapel of Mystic Horror", predates ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters|1984}}'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink over half a century!]])
20th Sep '15 2:13:22 AM Morgenthaler
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''WeirdTales'' was, in its day, the proving ground for several popular authors of weird fiction. Who would you say was its most popular-- Creator/HPLovecraft? Creator/RobertEHoward? Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith?

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''WeirdTales'' ''Magazine/WeirdTales'' was, in its day, the proving ground for several popular authors of weird fiction. Who would you say was its most popular-- Creator/HPLovecraft? Creator/RobertEHoward? Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith?
23rd Feb '15 9:26:35 PM WillBGood
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For YMMV tropes about Quinn's works, go [[YMMV.SeaburyQuinn here]].

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For %%For YMMV tropes about Quinn's works, go [[YMMV.SeaburyQuinn here]].
23rd Dec '14 10:08:04 AM nombretomado
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** OurGhostsAreDifferent: If blessed hawthorne and prayer doesn't dispel them, try radium salts to disrupt their electromagnetic resonance! (Note: the story this occurs in, "The Chapel of Mystic Horror", predates ''{{Ghostbusters}}'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink over half a century!]])

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** OurGhostsAreDifferent: If blessed hawthorne and prayer doesn't dispel them, try radium salts to disrupt their electromagnetic resonance! (Note: the story this occurs in, "The Chapel of Mystic Horror", predates ''{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink over half a century!]])
26th Nov '14 9:12:41 PM Angeldeb82
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* {{Distressed Damsel}}s: Plenty!
* {{Expy}}: Jules de Grandin is pretty much [[{{Dracula}} Abraham van Helsing]] with a ''soupçon'' of HerculePoirot.

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* {{Distressed Damsel}}s: [[DamselInDistress Damsels in Distress]]: Plenty!
* {{Expy}}: Jules de Grandin is pretty much [[{{Dracula}} Abraham van Helsing]] with a ''soupçon'' of HerculePoirot.Literature/HerculePoirot.



* HollywoodVoodoo: "The Drums of Damballah" does avoid the usual VoodooDoll business, but also has HumanSacrifice and the [[HollywoodSatanism use of an inverted cross.]]

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* HollywoodVoodoo: "The Drums of Damballah" does avoid the usual VoodooDoll business, but also has HumanSacrifice and the [[HollywoodSatanism use of an inverted cross.]]cross]].



* PastLifeMemories: The driving plot element in ''Alien Flesh''.



* PastLifeMemories: The driving plot element in ''Alien Flesh''.



* ScaledUp: "The Tenants of Broussac"

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* ScaledUp: "The Tenants of Broussac"Broussac".



* ScienceMarchesOn: "Terror on the Links" asserts that only chimpanzees, of the large primates, are capable of tool manipulation with their opposable thumbs; subsequent decades of primatalogy have shown otherwise. It also assumes gorillas are [[KillerGorilla the most aggressive and dangerous of apes.]]

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* ScienceMarchesOn: "Terror on the Links" asserts that only chimpanzees, of the large primates, are capable of tool manipulation with their opposable thumbs; subsequent decades of primatalogy primatology have shown otherwise. It also assumes gorillas are [[KillerGorilla the most aggressive and dangerous of apes.]]apes]].



* WorldWarI: de Grandin is a veteran of the Great War, which shapes a couple of attitudes of his: he is grateful to the [[{{Eagleland}} American soldiers]] who fought on the side of France, and [[NobleBigot he does not like Germans.]]

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* WorldWarI: UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: de Grandin is a veteran of the Great War, which shapes a couple of attitudes of his: he is grateful to the [[{{Eagleland}} American soldiers]] who fought on the side of France, and [[NobleBigot he does not like Germans.]]Germans]].
8th Sep '14 7:10:55 PM Ardashir
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Seabury Grandin Quinn (aka Jerome Burke; 1889 - 1969) was a frequent contributor to ''Weird Tales'', an author of some five hundred short stories (and one novel, ''Alien Flesh'', published posthumously in 1977). His most successful creation was the occult investigator Jules de Grandin, who featured in over ninety stories published between 1925 and 1951 (including a novella, ''The Devil's Bride''). Several of his stories tied or even beat out more currently-known works of Howard or Lovecraft in reader surveys.

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Seabury Grandin Quinn (aka Jerome Burke; 1889 - 1969) was a frequent contributor to ''Weird Tales'', an author of some five hundred short stories (and one novel, ''Alien Flesh'', published posthumously in 1977). His most successful creation was the occult investigator Jules de Grandin, who featured in over ninety stories published between 1925 and 1951 (including a novella, ''The Devil's Bride''). Several of his stories tied or even beat out more currently-known works of Howard or Lovecraft in reader surveys.
surveys. He also had a most oddly suitable day job for a ''Weird Tales'' author; he edited ''Casket and Sunnyside'', the trade journal for the American Undertakers' Association.
26th Jul '14 4:34:08 PM TVRulezAgain
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''WeirdTales'' was, in its day, the proving ground for several popular authors of weird fiction. Who would you say was its most popular-- Creator/HPLovecraft? RobertEHoward? ClarkAshtonSmith?

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''WeirdTales'' was, in its day, the proving ground for several popular authors of weird fiction. Who would you say was its most popular-- Creator/HPLovecraft? RobertEHoward? ClarkAshtonSmith?
Creator/RobertEHoward? Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith?
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