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Bizarro Back Issues: Spider-Mans, Man-Wolves And Frankensteins, Oh My! (1975)
Bizarro Back Issues: Spider-Mans, Man-Wolves And Frankensteins, Oh My! (1975)
One of the interesting things about Marvel Comics is how seamlessly they integrated horror characters into their mainstream universe. A lot of that, of course, is just convenience. Marvel is, after all, a superhero publisher, so even when they do a comic about Dracula or, say, an actual demon from Hell who runs around with his head on fire punishing sinners with his supernatural abilities, they st
Ask Chris #167: Monsters Unleashed (Once They Are Properly Categorized)
Ask Chris #167: Monsters Unleashed (Once They Are Properly Categorized)
Q: What makes a monster a Halloween monster? Why is Dracula okay but Godzilla is not? -- @chudleycannons A: If you're following me on Twitter, then you may already know that earlier this week, I got into a heated argument with comic book writer and holiday enthusiast Benito Cereno over what does and does not constitute a "Halloween Monster." The whole thing sprang out of a Halloween-the
Bizarro Back Issues: Iron Man in Castle Frankenstein! (1977)
Bizarro Back Issues: Iron Man in Castle Frankenstein! (1977)
Of all the spoooooky stories that I dig up to read every October, the ones that I like the best are the ones where the supernatural elements are just completely out of place. There's a level to that stuff that's perfect for Halloween and the way that the best horror stories, where the scary stuff is unexpected and jarring and wrong, and can strike at anyone at any time...
IDW Panel: 30 Days of Night, Godzilla, TMNT, Popeye, Code Word: Geronimo & More [Comic-Con]
IDW Panel: 30 Days of Night, Godzilla, TMNT, Popeye, Code Word: Geronimo & More [Comic-Con]
Besides the exciting news of a Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes crossover written by Chris Roberson with art by Jeffrey and Phillip Moy (not to mention covers by Phil Jimenez), IDW Publishing shared with fans at Comic-Con International a number of other projects they can expect to see in the near future, including a new 30 Days of Night ongoing series; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman

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