Essential Werewolf by Night, Vol. 2 #2020

Essential Werewolf by Night, Vol. 2 Doug Moench Bill Mantlo Don Perlin Frank Robbins Virgolio Redondo Yong Montano Essential Werewolf by Night Vol Jack Russell s struggles against his long time curse pale before his determination to save his beloved sister from a similar doom Vicious vigilantism muscled madmen and intergalactic intrigue highlig

  • Title: Essential Werewolf by Night, Vol. 2
  • Author: Doug Moench Bill Mantlo Don Perlin Frank Robbins Virgolio Redondo Yong Montano
  • ISBN: 9780785127253
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Essential Werewolf by Night, Vol. 2 Doug Moench Bill Mantlo Don Perlin Frank Robbins Virgolio Redondo Yong Montano Jack Russell s struggles against his long time curse pale before his determination to save his beloved sister from a similar doom Vicious vigilantism, muscled madmen and intergalactic intrigue highlight the second volume of one of the 70s strangest sagas.
    Essential Werewolf by Night, Vol. 2 Doug Moench Bill Mantlo Don Perlin Frank Robbins Virgolio Redondo Yong Montano

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    1. Now this is the way comic books are supposed to be Fun, interesting, and reliable stories and art Doug Moench and Don Perlin handle nearly everything in this Essentials volume, which completes the reprinting of both Werewolf By Night and Giant Size Werewolf It s pure 70s Marvel goodness, with the introduction of Moon Knight and appearances by Brother Voodoo and, of all people, Iron Man, as Jack Russell s wolf man goes from berserker to hero in waiting Sure it s all in black and white, and Don Pe [...]

    2. This is really good at being better than you d expect for the generally mediocre genre of Marvel horror comics.If you thought that was confusing, try tolerating the stories here Doug Moench, a horror writer staple who is never good, is a little better here There are some definite strengths The characters of Jack Russell and his friend Buck Cowan, sister Lissa and girlfriend ish Topaz are likable Mostly because terrible things happen to them, like Jack turning into a malicious werewolf 1 10th of [...]

    3. You know, reading twenty some odd issues of Marvel s 1970s phantasmagoria WEREWOLF BY NIGHT in succession is a very strange experience Some issues are quite well done others are obviously by the numbers Still, other than the occasional sense of D j vu in many ways, the entire concept was almost impossible to maintain, as evidenced by the last year or so of the book , the entire experience was rather entertaining Here are my parting thoughts having finally finished this brick of a collection 1 Do [...]

    4. This collects the last 22 issues of the Werewolf s own book, along with several Giant Size issues and a truly awful Legion of Monsters story I owned all of these when they were new, but I remembered next to nothing about the stories within, other than the basic idea of Jack Russell as the Werewolf, and his sister Lissa being a potential inheritor of the curse when she turned 18 I remembered liking Don Perlin s artwork, but reading these black and white reprints, I have decided Perlin was perhaps [...]

    5. Odd mix of the Hulk TV show and Kolchak the nightstalker with angst than the Twilight saga.The appearances by other Marvel monsters is fun and the very first Moon Knight story was interesting, but the constant Woe is me gets boring after a three or four issues and the art is really uneven.The highlight is the Iron man team up at the end of the book.Shame that just at the point where Jack learns to control the change and is trying to be of a hero that the series got the axe.

    6. The stories became ever predictable and started to remind and of certain TV Show formats, also with new artists in the mix the standard waned somewhat.Still a great a value for money Marvel offers here.

    7. Its good enough for me to read of this series, Im surprised by the mature content of this series and again Im happy it wasnt campy or too family friendly Sometime i felt i was reading a low toned Vampalla tale which i enjoy it.

    8. I read these in their original comic form back in the 1980s Marvel combined the horror and superhero with these comics Ranging from normal werewolf style stories to fights with super villains made these different than alot of comics Recommended

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