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Howl at Astronauts
PostPosted: Sat Jul 22, 2006 9:47 am  Reply with quote



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http://www.newsarama.com/SDCC06/DC/Wildstorm/horror.html

I haven`t been this excited about a horror comic my whole life. And there`s Scarface coming up. Thumbs Up

But if they would bring Tomb and Werewolf by Night now that would be something.
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lostphrack
PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 11:46 am  Reply with quote



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I have mixed feelings about those books at Wildstorm. But, eh..

ToD on the other hand, was fantastic and I'm loving the big Essential collections of the series. If you like ToD you might want to look out for the Dr. Strange vs. Dracula TPB coming out in Oct. It collects the story that "killed" all the vampires in the Marvel universe up until recent years.
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Howl at Astronauts
PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2006 11:20 pm  Reply with quote



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lostphrack wrote:
I have mixed feelings about those books at Wildstorm. But, eh..

ToD on the other hand, was fantastic and I'm loving the big Essential collections of the series. If you like ToD you might want to look out for the Dr. Strange vs. Dracula TPB coming out in Oct. It collects the story that "killed" all the vampires in the Marvel universe up until recent years.


Who drew it? I think it was Nowlan, right?
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lostphrack
PostPosted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:43 pm  Reply with quote



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Howl at Astronauts wrote:
lostphrack wrote:
I have mixed feelings about those books at Wildstorm. But, eh..

ToD on the other hand, was fantastic and I'm loving the big Essential collections of the series. If you like ToD you might want to look out for the Dr. Strange vs. Dracula TPB coming out in Oct. It collects the story that "killed" all the vampires in the Marvel universe up until recent years.


Who drew it? I think it was Nowlan, right?


Nope. The only artist listed that I recognize is Gene Colan. I'm drawing a blank for the others.

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DR. STRANGE VS. DRACULA: THE MONTESI FORMULA TPB
Written by MARV WOLFMAN, STEVE ENGLEHART & ROGER STERN
Penciled by GENE COLAN, DAN GREEN & STEVE LEIALOHA
Cover by GENE COLAN
It's the Sorcerer Supreme against the Emperor of the Undead! Dracula wants Earth to fall under the spell of the Darkhold, but Doctor Strange has joined Blade and the Nightstalkers in a quest to vanquish all vampires! See the origins of vampirism itself unveiled! Guest-starring the Scarlet Witch and NEXTWAVE's Monica! Collects TOMB OF DRACULA #44, and DR. STRANGE #14 and #58-62.
128 PGS./Rated T+ ...$19.99
ISBN: 0-7851-2244-3

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Eddie Quist
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 8:37 pm  Reply with quote



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Anybody heard any new info about these? I was actually quite the fan of the Avatar Press comics so these should be interesting.
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Mephistopheles
PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2006 4:01 am  Reply with quote



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I never liked Avatar's stuff...more of a focus on gore and sex than actual plot.

Wildstorm, on the other hand, I'm enjoying. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre comic is great for fans of the remake...its a direct sequel to it with Leatherface having one arm and the Hewitts on the run while the FBI are on their trail.

A Nightmare on Elm Street, on the other hand, while good will probably not be for everyone. It seems more targeted towards younger teens and its a little cartoonish. I found it entertaining but it certainly could have been more horrific.
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