Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Were-Week! Random Reads: "Requiem for a Werewolf!" by Channing and Sutton

HooowwwOOOOOOOOOO's it going, Groove-ophiles! Another day, another werewolf (well, it is October...)! This time, Marv Channing and Tom Sutton bring us a howling and happening horror tale whose ending just might have inspired John Landis' classic ending for An American Werewolf in London! (Don't know if that's the case, just me speculatin' and trying to get some chatter started...) From Tales of Evil #2 (January 1975), here's "Requiem for a Werewolf!"

1 comment:

  1. Another fine offering from Atlas, which blipped ever so briefly across the 70s.



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