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HERALD: LOVECRAFT & TESLA – BUNDLES OF JOY #3 preview

First Comics News - Sat, 10/12/2019 - 01:02

 

HERALD: LOVECRAFT & TESLA – BUNDLES OF JOY #3
Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (color, letters)
Cover Artist(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (color)

Crowley’s Scarlet Women find a new target in Tesla. Hitler finds Rasputin to be a difficult ward to manage. Howard and Sonia’s curse enters a new stage of development.

24 pgs./ T / FC                   $3.99

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ADVENTURE FINDERS: THE EDGE OF EMPIRE #3 preview

First Comics News - Sat, 10/12/2019 - 01:00

ADVENTURE FINDERS: THE EDGE OF EMPIRE #3
Writer(s): Rod Espinosa
Artist Name(s): Rod Espinosa
Cover Artist Name(s): Rod Espinosa

The adventure continues! Plucky Clariette and her friends were thrown off the deep end on their first days adventuring when they got caught up in the middle of a huge battle! The ruined royal caravan of Lord Justinius far behind them quickly disintegrating, they are pursued relentlessly in the forest by orcs and their ogre leaders!

Their injuries begin to catch up with them as they struggle on to reach a safe haven. But things are just getting worse. Now, something else watches them from the foliage, keeping track of their progress…

32 pgs./ T / FC                   $3.99

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AMALGAMA: SPACE ZOMBIE #1 preview

First Comics News - Sat, 10/12/2019 - 00:46

AMALGAMA: SPACE ZOMBIE #1
Writer(s): Jason Martin
Artist Name(s): Winston Young
Cover A –  Winston Young Regular Cover (unlimited)
Cover B – Winston Young Risqué Variant (limited to 2500)
Cover C – Marco Maccagni Variant (limited to 1500)
Cover D – Marco Maccagni Risqué Variant (limited to 2000)
Cover E – TMChu Variant (limited to 1500)
Cover F – TMChu Risqué Variant (limited to 2000)
Cover G – Elias Chatzoudis Amalgama Set Variant (limited to 2000)
Cover H – Elias Chatzoudis Amalgama Set Risqué Variant (limited to 2500)

Now in her own series, the fan favorite Zombie Tramp/Vampblade/DollFace mash-up (with the powers of all three iconic characters) returns!! Rocketed into space by the Danger Doll Squad, Amalgama: Space Zombie plots a course for explosive sci-fi grindhouse action!

Debut issue in a new Danger Doll universe series!

Features 4 regular and risqué variants, including cover 1 of 3 from the Elias Chatzoudis Amalgama variant set!!

Retailer exclusive covers are available, please contact bseaton@actionlabcomics.com.

24 pgs./ M / FC                   $4.99

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AWRY VOLUME 1 preview

First Comics News - Sat, 10/12/2019 - 00:46

AWRY VOLUME 1 (Digital Only)
Writer: Wes Locher
Artist: Graeham Jarvis
Cover Artist: Graeham Jarvis

It took 10 years for the Phyllos to reach the black hole Formax-C, and in that time, the crew of four came to loathe one another. But when the mission suddenly goes awry, the astronauts must overcome their differences and work as a team if they hope to survive an unforgiving alien world and make it back home.
98 pgs./ T+ / FC                   $5.99

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KILLSWITCH #1 preview

First Comics News - Sat, 10/12/2019 - 00:45

KILLSWITCH #1
Writer(s): Jeffrey and Susan Bridges
Artist Name(s): Walter Geovani (pencils, inks), Brittany Peer (colors), Simon Bowland (letters)
Cover Artist(s): SOZOMAIKA (Cover A), Natasha Alterici (Cover B)

In a future where clairvoyant Augurs are used for their powers but feared, held captive, and persecuted, a disaffected military major is shocked into action by the grim realities of the Augurs’ treatment. She puts her life and career on the line to help them attempt a daring escape from captivity.

24 pgs./ M / FC                   $3.99

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B/X Mars is Upon You! Who Will Save You Now?

Sorcerer's Skull - Fri, 10/11/2019 - 11:00

Michael "Aos" Gibbons released his long-awaited B/X Mars this week. As the name suggests, it's based on the Moldavy/Cook iteration of D&D. It is also inspired by Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom, but that's only the roots; Mike's Martian tree grows in much more of a "Dying Earth" direction, with more than a little Kirby and perhaps a bit of Heavy Metal attitude in there.

In addition to the basic rules, it covers the society and culture of Mars, numerous factions, monsters, and equipment. It's also got a gazeteer of the Zerzura area ready to start a campaign.

Of course, it's profusely illustrated with Michael's high contrast black and white art that is at ERB accurate in terms of nudity and decidedly unlike any of the famous Barsoom illustrators of the past. The cover's above, but here another taste:


Go get it!

Jacked into Etherspace

Sorcerer's Skull - Thu, 10/10/2019 - 11:00
This is a follow up to this post about the data etherspace of Gyre.

The natural Ethereal Plane is the substrate that underlies material spacetime, and is continuous with it. The artificial ether network of Gyre is surrounded by an astral bubble, a firewall, that keeps it from being accessed without the use of specific nodes. The legitimate and illegitimate users of etherspace most employ stables of proxies or individual avatars constructed from etheric stuff. Artificial subtle body avatars are sometimes called "subs." Ethernauts can construct them in any form they wish, limited only by the available resources. The subs are controlled via technology and a neural interface.  Not only does a sub allow the creation of a secondary identity, it also insulates the user from the dangers of etherspace. If the sub dies, the users consciousness returns to their body, unharmed. Usually.

Proxies are programs that have many different names depending on their use. They are simple etheric creatures for the most part; mindless, engineered etheric fauna and flora that have a specific data function. Sometimes these programs slip their chains and go feral in the network. Most starve or waste away without a way to perform the function they were built for. Rarely, some can undergo evolution to more free-living forms and become vermin. They may prey on legitimate programs or gnaw holes in data conduits, but they are perhaps more of a danger to rogue ethernauts lurking in the shadows, so aren't as vigorously hunted as they might be.

Wednesday Comics: Vermillion

Sorcerer's Skull - Wed, 10/09/2019 - 11:00

Vermillion was a series from DC's Helix science fiction imprint created and written by the science fiction and fantasy author, Lucius Shepard. Like all the Helix line save one title, Vermillion was short-lived, lasting along 12 issues, published 1996-1997. (The one that had staying power was Transmetropolitan, which moved over to Vertigo.) Vermillion is a science fantasy about an eponymous endless city that is the entirety of its universe. Vermillion came after our universe and was created through the machinations of dark gods, the survivors of the universe prior to ours. Only Jonathan Cave remembers what came before and fights against the entities to restore his world. It bears some resemblance, perhaps, to John M. Harrison's Virconium (and maybe prefigures his Kefahuchi Tract, a bit). It is definitely not typical comic book science fantasy, even for the Vertigo 90s.

Vermillion has an interesting set up, but the stories read like they were written by a prose writer rather than a comics writer. The art in the first arc is by Al Davison and is firmly of the 90s "the writing is the important thing" camp, so it can't come to the rescue. Shepard hits more of a groove in the second arc, and John Totleben and then Gary Erskine improve the art side, but it is perhaps too little too late.

Still, the setup up and universe is interesting, and Shepard gives us a sort of complicated protagonist for a comic in Cave. It has never been collected, but if you run across the issues for cheap it is worth picking up.


THINKFACTORY MEDIA AND WWE STUDIOS PARTNER ON NEW TRAVEL & ADVENTURE SERIES, STARRING WWE SUPERSTAR BIG SHOW

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 20:23

Los Angeles, CA and Stamford, Conn. (Oct. 8, 2019) – Thinkfactory Media, an ITV America company, and WWE Studios today announced a partnership to produce a new reality series, Big Show vs. The World: A Giant Abroad (wt), starring WWE Superstar Big Show.

Through his extensive world travels with WWE, Big Show has collected a lifetime of unusual stories filled with unexplained natural occurrences, local enigmas and fascinating people. Big Show vs. The World: A Giant Abroad will follow the larger-than-life WWE Superstar as he travels back to these locations and indulges his lifelong passion for exploring the strange and unknown.

Each self-contained episode will feature Big Show venturing to a new exotic area, where he’ll team up with a local guide and dive head first into a native mystery or legend. Navigating the difficulty of travel (at seven feet tall) and the extreme, sometimes awkward situations he encounters with his signature self-deprecating sense of humor, Big Show will do whatever it takes to unearth every quirky and shocking detail during his adventures into the bizarre.

“Big Show brings so many different layers to a project like this; it’s a dream scenario for us as producers,” said Thinkfactory CEO Adam Reed. “He blends his fierce intelligence and curiosity with an unexpected, one-of-a-kind wit, and his intimidating physical stature is offset by his surprisingly disarming personality. We’re ecstatic to be working with him and the WWE Studios team and can’t wait for the journeys ahead.”

“For more than two decades, Big Show’s magnetic personality has inspired fans around the world, and in this new series, he will be able to meet the people and explore the places that have played a pivotal role in his journey as a WWE Superstar,” said Susan Levison, SVP and Head of WWE Studios. “We are thrilled to be bringing this show to life with our partners at Thinkfactory who are proven winners in the unscripted television genre.”

“I won’t guarantee we’ll solve every mystery, but we’ll explore every strange detail, chase every bizarre lead, and meet the incredible characters involved in pursuit of the truth,” said Big Show.

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Jay Fosgitt’s BODIE TROLL Returns in All New Original Graphic Novel at BOOM! Studios

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 20:15

Discover a Brand New Adventure with Everyone’s Favorite Troll Around in August 2020

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 8, 2019) –  BOOM! Studios is proud to announce BODIE TROLL: HUNGRY FOR ADVENTURE, a brand new original graphic novel set in the world created by cartoonist Jay Fogsitt that brings the entire family a fantasy adventure that celebrates growing and evolving friendships, and the power in embracing what makes people unique.

Return to Hagadorn with an all-new original graphic novel featuring the friendliest (and, in his eyes, the fearsomest) troll around, Bodie! Get ready to join Bodie, his Fairy Godmother, and his best pal Cholly, as their adventures lead them to learn about Cholly’s past, uncover the mystery of the new bridge in town, and meet a group of creatures looking to destroy the world – through hugs.

Jay P. Fosgitt has created comics for many familiar properties, such as Sesame Street and Dreamworks Animation Magazine (Ape Entertainment), My Little Pony, G.I. Joe, Micronauts, and Transformers (IDW), Popeye (King Features), Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, and Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, The Dark Crystal, and Fraggle Rock (BOOM! Studios),  Betty and Veronica and Little Sabrina (Archie Comics), and Rocket Raccoon and Groot, Avengers, Gwenpool, Web Warriors, Champions, Deadpool, Jessica Jones, Not Brand Echh. Lockjaw, and Spider-Geddon (Marvel Entertainment), and Jay has illustrated books for Disney.  Jay has also written and drawn his creator-owned titles Dead Duck and Zombie Chick (Source Point Press), Necronomicomics (Rue Morgue) and Bodie Troll (BOOM! Studios). He resides in Michigan with his cat, Goonie.

“I am thrilled to continue my grumpy little troll’s exploits in BODIE TROLL: HUNGRY FOR ADVENTURE! I crammed so much character, adventure, drama and silliness into the first book that so many continuing adventures (along with brand new ones) have spilled over and filled this new graphic novel.” said cartoonist, Jay Fosgitt. “I still hold fond memories of being read to as a little kid, and so many parents have told me how Bodie Troll has become required bedtime reading so I created HUNGRY FOR ADVENTURE with the intent of inspiring the sweetest and goofiest dreams a kid, or their parents, could have. Bodie Troll takes classic fairy tale tropes and manages to milk humor and heart out of them while still paying respect to such classic stories, so it’s fun for the storybook fan in all of us, be they long time readers, or open young minds with a heart for adventure.”

BODIE TROLL: HUNGRY FOR ADVENTURE is the latest release from BOOM! Studios’ award-winning KaBOOM! imprint, home to comics for middle grade and younger readers including licensed series such as Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Regular Show, Ben 10, and Over The Garden Wall, along with original series like Just Beyond: The Scare School by R.L. Stine and Kelly & Nichole Matthews, Hex Vet by Sam Davies, RuinWorld by Derek Laufman,  Hotel Dare by Terry Blas and Claudia Aguirre, and Pandora’s Legacy by Kara Leopard and Kelly & Nichole Matthews.

“Bodie is back—with even more fun, humor, and hijinx than ever! Fans of the grumpy but hilarious little troll’s misadventures are in for a treat as Jay brings a brand new story that’ll have readers young and old laughing at all of the trouble Bodie manages to get into, ”said Chris Rosa, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Also, we’ll get to see even more of the world in which Bodie, Cholly, and their friends have their daily adventures, discovering never-before-seen lands and a whole new part of Bodie’s past.”

Print copies of BODIE TROLL: HUNGRY FOR ADVENTURE will be available for sale in August 2020 at local comic book shops (use comicshoplocator.com to find the nearest one), bookstores, or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers, including comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and the BOOM! Studios app. BODIE TROLL Vol 1 is available now everywhere books are sold. 

For continuing news on BODIE TROLL and more from BOOM!, stay tuned to www.boom-studios.com and follow @boomstudios on Twitter. 

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SECURITY ALERT ON KRAKOA!

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 20:14

X-FORCE

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Legendary Comics Announces New Graphic Novel ‘The Witches of Silverlake’ from Singer-Songwriter Simon Curtis, Set for 2021

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 17:58

Creator Simon Curtis to Join Upcoming ‘Legendary Comics 2019 and Beyond’ Panel at L.A. Comic Con on Saturday, October 12

 

 

LOS ANGELES, October 8, 2019 Legendary Comics announced today a new graphic novel, THE WITCHES OF SILVERLAKE, from singer-songwriter and actor Simon Curtis, with art by Stephanie Son, set for release in early 2021. The original story follows Elliot Green, who, after his dad dies, moves across country to Los Angeles where his mother has accepted the position of Vice Principal at one of the most prestigious private schools and where he is currently enrolled. He is quickly taken in by the school’s outcasts—the scholarship kids, the queer kids, and the ones who just don’t fit in with the glossy trust fund babies—and they let him in on their little secret: they’re witches. He ventures out into the world of crystal stores and occult shops in Silverlake, until one fateful day, he encounters an elderly shop owner who delivers a prophecy, warning him not to tap too deeply into real magic. The next morning, as Elliot and his coven use a stolen initiation candle to cast a spell to activate their abilities, they unknowing open a gate, unleashing a magic that is powerful, real, and might be even more dangerous than they could have possibly imagined. Follow Facebook.com/LegendaryComics for the latest news and updates about The Witches of Silverlake and more.

 

“Simon has created a fun and unique story for this graphic novel that is filled with magical high-school adventures set right here in Los Angeles’ neighborhood of Silverlake,” said Nikita Kannekanti, Editor of Legendary Comics. “I am thrilled to be working with Simon and Stephanie to tell this engaging story featuring a witchy and endearing cast of misfits.”

 

“I am beyond thrilled to be working with Legendary to bring these characters to life,” said Curtis. “Elliot and his coven of queer, teen witches are everything I’ve always dreamed of seeing in pop culture, and I’m so excited to have a company with such incredible vision as eager as I am to tell a story of the magic of otherness.”

 

Fans attending Los Angeles Comic Con are invited to join the Legendary Comics team and creator Simon Curtis as they share secrets about The Witches of Silverlake and upcoming comic releases at the “Legendary Comics 2019 and Beyond” panel on Saturday, October 12 at 11:00am in Room 404AB. Attendees will also get updates on previously announced YA releases: Championess and Lupina; get sneak peeks of The Heart Hunter, Lost in Space: Countdown to Danger, Acursian, and Firebrand; and will receive an exclusive Legendary Comics giveaway.

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The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show – Episode 138

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 16:58
Episode 138 – Slacker

So yeah … ahhh … Dan, Chris and Chris talked about something. Maybe even a few somethings. I suspect they gave an opinion or two. Maybe even a counterpoint. Possibly? Your guess is as good as mine at this point. But Comics! Not just for Kids!

If you are interested in older episodes please head to …
http://heykidscomics.ca !

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Red Card, a new sci-fi title from Neymar Jr. Comics

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 15:10

Developed by New York Times-bestselling author and comic and graphic novel creator Jason M. Burns, Red Card’s sci-fi plot begins after a mission into space leads to alien spores – known as Shuttle Dust – being released into the atmosphere. As a result, the majority of the population transforms into mindless, insect-like creatures. The world falls into disarray and those who remain turn to a man named The Zoltan who hosts dangerous, gladiator-style soccer games where players must face off with the Shuttle Dusters. Junior, his star player and the story’s protagonist, attempts to master the games and liberate the camp of survivors.

“The creative forces at Fan The Flame have done another amazing job of bringing my passions to life,” said Neymar Jr. “Red Card combines my love of science fiction, superheroes, comic books, and of course, soccer. I believe the new platform will make the readers’ experience even more enjoyable.”

Aiming to expand on its already impressive audience—more than 2.6 million followers in just a year since its launch—Red Card is the first title of several planned to take advantage of an entirely new model for comics, tailored to its digital-native audience’s mobile-driven habits and preferences. Short episodes of content will be available five days or more per week, in a free, ad-supported user interface that publishes in six languages and utilizes multiple reading capabilities, including the Digitoons vertical scrolling format, which is similar to other popular reading systems such as Webtoons.

Featuring art by Ramon Espinoza and colors by Dustin Evans, Red Card can be accessed online at https://www.neymarjrcomics.com or through the dynamic, immersive experience of the Neymar Jr. Comics app. This breakthrough app for comic book fans is available in either iOS format through the App Store or Android format in the Google Play Store.

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fan The Flame Concepts LLC, an independent comic and graphic novel producer, today announced the first issues of Neymar Jr. Comics’ latest science fiction title Red Card, the first new comic series to debut on their enhanced digital comics platform and available to read for free.

Neymar Jr. Comics also offers options for the traditional comic book reader: print editions will be available in the coming months to buy, and the purchase option in the digital platform allows a reader to view and download the entire book at once, without any advertising present or having to wait for the full series to be released weekly over a two month period.

Like all Neymar Jr. Comics titles, Red Card donates a portion of its proceeds to the Instituto Projeto Neymar Jr., Neymar’s non-profit social organization. INJR aims to expand opportunities for children, adolescents and their families living in situations of social vulnerability through education, culture, sports and health.

Neymar Jr. Comics is also available for partnerships with entertainment ventures looking to license new, original stories, and the new platform is designed to be a new, high-engagement avenue for advertisers and brands looking to reach new audiences in an intuitive new way.

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Battlestar Galactica: Counterstrike preview

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 15:01

Battlestar Galactica: (Classic) Counterstrike TP

writer: John Jackson Miller

artists: Daniel HDR, Edu Menna, Marcio Fiorito

cover: Sean Chen

FC  |  120 Pages  |  Science Fiction  |  $19.99  |   Teen+

Commander Adama and the remnants of humanity discover a second fugitive fleet, fleeing a different mortal enemy. Can the two armadas join forces, making common cause against the dreaded Cylons? And what would success mean for the quest for Earth? New York Times bestselling author and comics writer JOHN JACKSON MILLER (Star Wars, Star Trek, Halo) joins Dynamite for a miniseries timed for Battlestar Galactica’s 40th anniversary year!

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Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command preview

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 15:00

Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command TP

writer: Michael Moreci

artist: Breno Tamura

cover: Brent Schoonover

FC  |  120 pages  |  $19.99  |   Science-Fiction  |  Teen+

It’s a dangerous time for the last remaining humans. Captured by the Cylons on New Caprica, the colonists live in fear of what every new day will bring. As the Cylons press their oppressive — and life-threatening agenda — the survivors grow more desperate to reclaim their freedom. But there’s hope. Out in the wilds of New Caprica, beyond the Cylon boundaries, is a band of human freedom fighters. They answer to no one. They fear no Cylons. They are Twilight Command — and they have a plan. From writer Michael Moreci (Wasted Space, Archie Meets Batman ’66) and artist Breno Tamura (Batgirl, The Birds of Prey) comes the untold tale of Twilight Command!

 

 

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Dejah Thoris and The Green Men of Mars Omnibus preview

First Comics News - Tue, 10/08/2019 - 15:00

Dejah Thoris and The Green Men of Mars Omnibus TP

writer: Mark Rahner

artists: Lui Antonio, Jethro Morales

cover:   Jay Anacleto

FC  |  320 Pages |  $29.99  |   Sci-Fi/Fantasy  |  Teen+

The peace John Carter brought to Helium and Thark is new and fragile. On the eve of a Red & Green festival to balm age-old hatreds, Dejah Thoris is kidnapped. The ordeal triggers her lingering nightmares of abuse and helplessness at the hands of brutal Tharks. And the kidnapper is nightmare personified: Voro. He caters to a taste some green men never lost: the red meat of Helium women. From writer Mark Rahner (Twilight Zone, Vampirella/Army of Darkness) and artists Lui Antonio (Warlord of Mars) and Jethro Morales (Vampirella/Army of Darkness, Green Hornet).

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Weird Revisited: Gill-Man vs. Wolf-Man

Sorcerer's Skull - Mon, 10/07/2019 - 11:00
This post was originally presented in October of 2010, part of a series on the Universal Monsters.

The gill-man and the werewolf. Both are zoanthropes, and perhaps as such, both represent fears of nature or man’s own animalistic side, though at that point the similarity seems to end.


The gill-man is elusive. His appearances in media are more rarified, no doubt due to his proprietary, rather than folklorish, origins. In addition to the Creature trilogy, stand-ins make appearances in The Monster Squad, and Monsters vs. Aliens--where interestingly he’s grouped with decade-appropriate monster stand-in colleagues rather than the Universal monster old guard.

The proto-gill-men of Lovecraft’s "Shadow Over Innsmouth" have miscegenation fears in their DNA, which seem absent from Universal’s creature--unless his attraction to human females is a hint at this. In some ways, the Lovecraftian angst underlying the Deep Ones makes them more interesting than a fish King Kong. That’s part of the reason D&D’s Kuo-toa (more Deep One-ish in character) have always been more interesting to me than the other evil fishmen, the Sahuagin (Gill-Men).

I guess Dr. Who's Sea Devils and Silurians might be mined for gill-man inspiration. Anything might help. Gill-man’s got a good look, but little else to give him real monster memorability.

Neil Gaiman has a short-story called “Only the End of the World Again” where Larry Talbot, the Wolf Man, winds up in Innsmouth and tangles with Deep One cultists. This may be as close as media has given us to a Gill-man-Werewolf bout.

Werewolves seem to have what it takes for urban fantasy fiction. Werewolf sex probably seems even naughtier, I suppose, than lovin’ the living dead. In fact--Teen Wolf aside--there’s always been something a little “adult situations”--maybe even exploitation--about werewolves. They don’t just strangle like the mummy or Frankenstein, or give a killer kiss like a vampire--they rend and tear and chew. Werewolves are as much serial killer as wild beast.

Is it any wonder that werewolves are almost as likely as vampires to get the grindhouse treatment? I would suspect only “almost” because vampires maybe give more excuse for nudity, and blood effects are cheaper than wolf prosthetics. But the wolf man gets by, and whatever budget.  Paul Naschy’s got a whole series of werewolf movies where the werewolf's origin involves being bit by a Yeti, and he fights Templars--how’s that for game inspiration! Then we’ve got a werewolf biker film (Werewolves on Wheels), a werewolf women in prison effort (Werewolf in a Women’s Prison); and, if Rob Zombie had his way, a werewolf Nazi-ploitation film--Werewolf Women of the S.S.

Werewolves: the most gameable of monsters, whatever your genre.

Superman: Up in the Sky #4 Review – What is a man?

Stash My Comics - Sun, 10/06/2019 - 23:06
Review by Antonio Pedro Superman: Up in the Sky #4 Review Written by: Tom King Art by: Andy Kubert Inks by: Sandra Hope Colors by: Brad Anderson Published by: DC Comics Much like the previous issues, we have two different … Continue reading →
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