The New Mutants – USA, 2019

The New Mutants was originally due to be released by 20th Century Fox on April 13, 2018. However, this release was delayed for reshoots. It was then scheduled to be released on August …

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Morbius – USA, 2020

Morbius is an upcoming 2020 American action horror feature film directed by Daniel Espinosa (Life). The Sony movie will star Jared Leto (American Psycho; Urban Legend) as the titular antihero, Morbius, aka …

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Bob Larkin – artist

Bob Larkin (born July 10, 1949) is an American artist primarily known for his painted covers for Marvel Comics in the 1970s and early 1980s. His horror-themed work for Marvel included …

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Supernatural Thrillers – comic book

Supernatural Thrillers is a Marvel comics horror title launched in 1972 that ran for fifteen issues. The comic featured adaptations of stories that included famous monsters such as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, …

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Dracula Lives! – comic magazine, 1973 – 1975

Dracula Lives! was an American black-and-white horror comic magazine series published by Marvel Comics in the mid-1970s. Thirteen issues and one reprint annual were printed. Dracula Lives! was released concurrently with Vampire …

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Eerie Publications

Eerie Publications was a publisher of black and white horror anthology comics magazines. Less well-known and more downscale than the field’s leader, Warren Publishing (Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella), the New York City-based company was one of several related publishing ventures run …

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X-Men: Apocalypse vs. Dracula – comic book

X-Men: Apocalypse vs. Dracula is a four-issue comic book limited series published in 2006 by Marvel Comics. The series was written by Frank Tieri and drawn by Clayton Henry and was collected into a trade paperback in October …

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Vampire Tales – comic magazine

Vampire Tales was a black-and-white horror-comics magazine series published by Curtis Magazines (an imprint of Marvel Comics) in the 1970s, featuring vampires as both protagonists and antagonists. Published bi-monthly, the magazine cost 75 cents, a typical price for the time. In addition to …

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Man-Thing – Australia, USA, 2005 – reviews

Man-Thing is a 2005 American-Australian horror telefilm, directed by Brett Leonard and featuring the Marvel Comics creature created by Stan Lee, Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway. The film had a budget rumoured to be $30 million. The screenplay by Hans Rodionoff is very …

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters – Marvel comic

From 1977 through 1979, Godzilla starred in a 24-issue run of comics written by Doug Moench, drawn by Herb Trimpe, and published by Marvel Comics entitled Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The series thrusted Godzilla completely …

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Ghost Rider – USA, 2007 – reviews

Ghost Rider is a 2007 American supernatural superhero film written and directed by Mark Steven Johnson, the director of Daredevil. Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, the film stars Nicolas Cage as Johnny Blaze with supporting roles …

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Frankenstein’s Monster in Marvel Comics

The first appearance of Frankenstein’s Monster in the Marvel Comics Universe came in the five-page horror comics story “Your Name Is Frankenstein”, by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Joe Maneely in Menace #7 (Sept. 1953), from Marvel’s 1950s forerunner, Atlas Comics. The …

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The Tomb of Dracula – comic book

The Tomb of Dracula is an American horror comic book series published by Marvel Comics from April 1972 to August 1979. The seventy issue series featured a group of vampire …

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Monsters Unleashed! – magazine

Monsters Unleashed was a black-and-white magazine published by Curtis Magazines (an imprint of Marvel Comics) from 1973-1975. The focus of Monsters Unleashed was on Marvel’s own monsters: Man-Thing, Werewolf by Night, and Frankenstein’s monster. The title was an attempt …

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Killdozer – USA, 1974

Killdozer – also advertised as Killdozer! – is a 1974 American made for TV science-fiction horror feature film directed by Jerry London from a screenplay by Ed MacKillop, adapted from a 1944 novella by Theodore Sturgeon. The movie …

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