(Y-12) Werewolf by Night Vol.1

In one of my fits of insomnia, I finally finished the first volume of this classic monster series.

I first read about Werewolf by Night from the 2007 Legion of Monsters special written by the amazing Mike Carey.

Now I have read the first volume of the 1970’s series, written in part by Gerry Conway, with a few issues by the legend Len Wein.

One thing in particular pop into my head while reading it, Jack Russell is in search of a dreaded book, Darkhold.

It reminded me of the series The Midnight Sons, which it bundled some of Marvel’s supernatural characters, including two of my favorites, Ghost Rider and Doctor Strange, and as it has become more obvious, I will have to revisit.

For what concerns this volume, my favorite part is when he comes face to face with another legendary monster, Dracula.

I have already purchased the second and the first two volumes of the Tomb of Dracula.

I have extended Halloween for a bit longer.

Off to read.


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