I came for the superheroe line-up, but stayed for the supernatural gems!
Red Circle Comics Mad House led a terrific series of great supernatural comics. Again, here we get a series of awesome Gray Morrow covers. Although it only lasted for three issues, there was some tremendous stories there to thrill and enjoy.
|From Mad House #96.|
In addition, we get great writers such as Don (Star Wars) Glut & Marv Channing with talented artists the likes of Doug (Jonny Quest) Wildey, Gray Morrow, Bruce (Ka-Zar) Jones, Frank (Red Sonja) Thorne, Carlos Pino & Vicente Alcazar. Perfect for the supernaturalist in us!
Mad House #95
"The Terrible Trident"
Written by Don Glut with Vicente Alcazar art.
"The Happy Dead"
Written by Marv Channing with Doug Wildey art.
"The Night of the Leopard Men"
Written by Don Glut with Carlos Pino art.
"Take care of Your Little Brother"
Written by Marv Channing with Vicente Alcazar art.
"Two Glass Bottles"
Text story by Marv Channing.
|I miss Bruce Jones terrific artwork.|
Mad House #96
A favorite cover of mine, drawn by Gray Morrow.
"Never Bother a Dead Man:
Written by Marv Channing with art by Jesse Santos.
Essays into the Supernatural article on Seances.
Written and illustrated by Bruce Jones.
"No Respect for the Dead"
Text story by Marv Channing with art by Gray Morrow.
"The Devil's Matchmaker"
Written by John Jacobson with art by Sal Amendola.
"The Gentlest Dog on the Block"
Written by Marv Channing with art by Doug Wildey.
Mad House #97
"The Vampire Hunter"
Written by Marv Channing with Frank Thorne art.
Essays into the Supernatural article on Zombies (way before they were so popular.)
Written by Frank Doyle & Stan Goldberg with Gray Morrow art.
"Heaven's not for Losers"
Written by Ralph Alphonso with Al McWilliams art.
"The Early Children"
Text story by Marv Channing and Gray Morrow.
"Too Mean to Die"
Written by Marv Channing with Carlos Pino art.
"The Gentlest Dog on the Block" was printed in Afterlife with Archie #7. "The Vampire Hunter" from Mad House #97 was reprinted in Millennium's Collector's Dracula #2. This comic also included art by Al (Girl from U.N.C.L.E.) McWilliams, David (Kabuki) Mack, Louis (Vampirella) Small, Jr. & Daryl (Wild, Wild West) Banks. "Cellar Dweller" was reprinted in Afterlife with Archie #4. One of the Essays can be found reprinted in issue #8 of the Afterlife with Archie series.
Man, I need to search out more of the Afterlife with Archie magazines and comics. Great stuff!
Live Large My Friends!
|From the Monster Times, a Frankenstein sketch by a young Joe Jusko!|