As if Marvel superb Werewolf By Night Omnibus wasn’t stuffed to the gills (fangs?) with werewolf stories, thefanaticfour decided to give you our own extras, posting two original werewolf tales from the pre-code pre-Marvel Atlas era. From Dead of Night #4, June 1974 comes this excellent John Romita cover (possibly penciled and inked). The original… Read More First Pre-code Werewolf Story by Don Heck
Bonus post of the original Werewolf By Night story from pre-Code pre-Marvel Atlas… Read More The Original Werewolf By Night Story
This review is for: Monster of Frankenstein Vol. 1 (Paperback) Collects The Monster of Frankenstein 1-18, Giant-Sized Werewolf 2, Marvel Team-up 36-37, material from Monsters Unleashed 2, 4-10, and Legion of Monsters #1 (1975). Ploog’s artwork is excellent on the Frankenstein issues. The overall collection has several highpoints and a few lowpoints. The retelling of Shelley’s… Read More Marvel’s Monster of Frankenstein TPB
These are my top favorite episodes of Supernatural‘s first season (there may be some minor spoilers): Episode #3, “Dead in the Water” In “Dead in the Water,” Sam and Dean investigate several mysterious drowning cases. I like this episode because it has a bit more mystery and tension then the first two. It stands out… Read More Best of Supernatural Season One
Marvel’s first character debuted in a special promotional called Motion Picture Funnies in April 1939. Creator Bill Everett repackaged the story and added new pages to fit the format Martin Goodman had in mind for Marvel Comics #1 in October 1939. He was Marvel’s first hero (technically, the original versions of The Human Torch,… Read More Sub-Mariner: Imperius Rex, the First Flying Hero
I’m usually positive on my reviews. I love my hobby and tend to view it through rose-colored glasses, but this transgression goes too far. I’ve put up with a lot of ridiculous plot devices and half-baked stories, but they’ve crossed a line when they drag their first superhero through the mud (and a few… Read More The Long Descent of Comics: Squadron Supreme (2015)
Here’s some art I did based on the show Supernatural (I love this show so much ^^). Sam and Dean look through their dad’s journal while working on a case. In the background and on the floor are two Devil’s Traps, eyy.
This review is from: Golden Age Captain America Omnibus Volume 1 (Marvel Omnibus) (Hardcover) Kirby’s inventiveness is on display out of the gate on a cornerstone character of the modern Marvel. In addition, some of Stan Lee’s earliest comic writing is contained here, 21 stories in all, including text stories. Two decades before Martin Goodman… Read More Golden Age Captain America Omnibus: A foundational work towards the modern Marvel Comics
This review is from: Marvel Masterworks: Sub-Mariner Volume 7 Bill Everett created Marvel’s first hero in 1939. Namor’s first adventure for Marvel appeared in Marvel Comics #1. This volume contains the fifth and last run by the series creator. He launched the title in the pre-war years, before being drafted into the Armed Forces in… Read More Bill Everett’s Final Run on Sub-Mariner Collected in Masterworks Volume 7
I think the Ms Marvel comics are really good, so here’s a pic of Kamala Khan, a.k.a. Ms Marvel!