Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy are race car champions in America, but winning a race seems to be the least of their troubles, because, across the map in spooky Transylvania, the Wolf Man has decided to retire, leaving Dracula and the other monsters one driver short for their race.
Possible Return for Supernatural Comic Book Movies
Intro: Heroes across all comics eventually deal with something a little more supernatural than your average villain. Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, and werewolves just to name a few, but when it comes to movies and TV, very few of the supernatural elements get adapted...but could we begin to see more supernatural beings in comic book films... Continue Reading →
After her father passed away, the Hellsing organization was left in the hands of a young girl, Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing, now a woman at age 22, and the last descendant of the Helsing blood line. Her ancestor, Abraham Van Helsing, was the leader of the Order of Protestant Knights, who protected the world from creatures of the night such as vampires, and yes, the Bram Stoker story is true, Abraham Van Helsing did indeed kill Dracula, but instead of killing him permanently, Helsing turned Dracula into his servant, who to this day remains the Hellsing Organizations most powerful weapon against any and all threats.
What If Vol.2 #24 – Wolverine was Lord of the Vampires – Review
Written by: Roy Thomas & R.J.M LofficierArt by: Tom MorganColours by: Tom VincentLetterer: Janice ChiangEditor: Craig AndersonEditor in Chief: Tom De Falco Intro: Marvel Comics is famed for it's incredible stories and gripping events throughout it's history of publication, but in the late 1970's they decided to come up with a series of stories known as "What If" stories, which... Continue Reading →
Werewolf by Night #15: Death of a Monster (1974)
Written by: Marv WolfmanArtist: Mike PloogInker: Frank ChiarmonteLetterer: John CostanzaColourist: Petra GoldbergEditor: Roy Thomas'As seen in Werewolf By Night: In The Blood (2009)' Intro: This issue is a continuation from the story told in Tomb of Dracula #18. If you have not read my review on that issue, please follow the link below to read... Continue Reading →