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25th May '16 11:16:29 PM PaulA
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* ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' ({{Horror}} {{Comedy}}, hosted by SteveCoogan)

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* ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' ({{Horror}} {{Comedy}}, hosted by SteveCoogan)Creator/SteveCoogan)
25th May '16 11:16:09 PM PaulA
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* ''DoctorTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' ({{Horror}} {{Comedy}}, hosted by SteveCoogan)

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* ''DoctorTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' ''Series/DrTerriblesHouseOfHorrible'' ({{Horror}} {{Comedy}}, hosted by SteveCoogan)
25th May '16 8:25:26 PM PaulA
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* ''Series/HammerHouseOfHorror'' ({{Horror}})
19th Apr '16 7:35:23 PM Sharlee
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A favored format for {{Horror}} and suspense, probably because the absence of continuity allows characters to be killed off unpredictably without violating StatusQuoIsGod.
31st Mar '16 1:29:29 PM MarkLungo
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* All of the Creator/ECComics series were these covering a few genres, with each issue featuring four stories. The genres covered were primarily horror, science fiction, crime and war. When the ComicsCodeAuthority came clamping down and forced the cancellation of many titles the publisher got desperate and branched out into tamer fare. Bizarre new books started like ''Psychoanalysis'', which focused on patients visiting a psychiatrist, ''M.D.'', which showcase the day-to-day lives of doctors and ''EXTRA!'', which followed reporters in their investigations. Needless to say, the new books weren't successful and EC closed down soon after.

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* All of the Creator/ECComics series were these covering a few genres, with each issue featuring four stories. The genres covered were primarily horror, science fiction, crime and war. When the ComicsCodeAuthority UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority came clamping down and forced the cancellation of many titles the publisher got desperate and branched out into tamer fare. Bizarre new books started like ''Psychoanalysis'', which focused on patients visiting a psychiatrist, ''M.D.'', which showcase the day-to-day lives of doctors and ''EXTRA!'', which followed reporters in their investigations. Needless to say, the new books weren't successful and EC closed down soon after.
28th Mar '16 3:29:23 AM 3rdStringPG
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* ''Series/TheHitchhiker'' ({{Mystery}}, occasionally {{Horror}})
12th Feb '16 8:25:58 PM MasoTey
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* ''Podcast/{{Pseudopod}}''
13th Jan '16 4:43:57 PM pepsimax
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* ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' -- a sister show to ''American Horror Story'', about {{true crime}} instead of horror.
31st Oct '15 4:39:17 PM nombretomado
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* [[/index]]Historically, most British comics have tended to be anthologies. They would contain multiple strips per issue and replace one strip with another fairly often. Whilst comics like TheBeano, TheDandy, or 2000AD technically avert this trope by having some strips that have lasted decades, it's played straighter with titles like TVComic, which chopped and changed according to what was on TV at the time.[[index]]

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* [[/index]]Historically, most British comics have tended to be anthologies. They would contain multiple strips per issue and replace one strip with another fairly often. Whilst comics like TheBeano, ComicBook/TheBeano, TheDandy, or 2000AD technically avert this trope by having some strips that have lasted decades, it's played straighter with titles like TVComic, which chopped and changed according to what was on TV at the time.[[index]]
21st Oct '15 3:58:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{the fifth estate}}'' ({{CBC}})

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* ''{{the fifth estate}}'' ({{CBC}})(Creator/{{CBC}})
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