Friday, October 23, 2015

Were-Week Concludes! The Grooviest Covers of All Time: 13 Werewolves

Check it ow-ow-owoooOUT, Groove-ophiles! 13 of Ol' Groove's fave covers featuring a variety of werewolves from a variety of publishers in no particular order! Don'tcha just love those hairy horrors?













4 comments:

  1. What's it with green duds for werewolves? Besides it being Jack Russell's choice of trouser hue, it seems to show up on a few other hirsute fellows here.

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  2. Nice post. I really have to come here more often, I almost missed Were - Week. Once again you inspired me to do my own version of this :

    http://talesfromthekryptonian.blogspot.de/2015/10/were-week-13-werewolf-covers.html

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  3. Love that Doc Savage cover.

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  4. A great Bronze Age werewolf story has to be Marvel Team Up 37, where Man Wolf inexplicable shows up to join a monster mash with Spidey and Frankenstein against the Monster Maker, who has some nutty plan to combine the DNA of all three to make some kind of undead were-spider and...I'm not sure where the plan went from there. I think Gerry Conway pretty much phoned those issues in...

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