Marvel Spotlight #2 (1972) – First “official” appearance of Werewolf By Night

Jack Russell is turning eighteen but his nights are tormented with horrifying dreams that feel all too real. He dreams of a beast, one that can kill with ease, beneath the light of the full moon, a beast that has the strength he wishes he had. Once vague, the dreams have grown more vivid in the days leading to his eighteenth birthday, and what's worse, Jack awakens to find an injury on his arm, exactly where the beast in his dream was shot by a police officer.

My Top 10 Werewolf Movie Recommendations – Plus Bonus

There are many great monsters within movies, and many of them have received fantastic films, especially if you're a fan of Vampires or Zombies, but one movie monster that struggles to make it big and hit the right notes with cinema audiences is the Lycanthrope, or as they're more often called, the Werewolf.

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (Comic)

The year is 1207, and the Vampires are a ruling class in the land, earning protection pay from local farms and villages as they defend humans, as well as themselves, from the Werewolves that roam the land. However, the vampires have been trying to make werewolves their slaves, to no avail, until one night, a miracle happens. The first of his kind, Lucien is born, the first of the Lycans.

Werewolf By Night: In The Blood – Book Review

Michael Shepard has been living a lie his entire life. For starters, his name isn't really Michael Shepard, it's Jack Russell, and he has a dangerous secret, that puts not only his life at risk, but the life of his fiance and the child growing within her.

Tomb of Dracula #18: Enter Werewolf by Night (1974)

Written by: Marv WolfmanArtist: Gene ColanInker: Tom PalmerLetterer: John CostanzaColourist: Linda LessmannEditor: Roy Thomas'As seen in Werewolf By Night: In The Blood (2009)' Intro: Dracula, the lord of all vampires, brought to life in 1897 in a novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. Over the years the character of Dracula has been adapted into films,... 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 →

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