On July 11, 1987, I watched a new pilot on FOX called Werewolf. I became an immediate fan of the series and the young actor who played the lead character, Eric Cord. That actor was John J. York.
The Wolf Country comics series focuses on an isolated religious settlement, which every full moon faces dangerous werewolf attacks. These settlers though are not as they appear, but instead are vampires who have left industrial society. I previously had the opportunity to review the first six issues of Wolf Country and reviewed all of them together. In Wolf Country #7 the story picks up exactly where it left off with Halfpenny fighting for his life against a werewolf, which could have a far greater impact on the lives of vampires and werewolves than either being could expect. Continue reading “Wolf Country #7 @Planetjimbot Comics Review ( @JimPlanetjimbot @CampbellLetters ) from @kleffnotes”
The Archie Horror Universe is one I really wanted to investigate once I started watching the series Riverdale. While I know the original Archie comics are a huge deal and a number of people cite them as their introduction to comics I kept hearing about the newer horror focused stories and felt possessed to find them. I decided to dip into the pool with a one shot that drew my eye. Continue reading “Jughead The Hunger Review from @kleffnotes”
“Eric Cord was just an ordinary college student until he was attacked by his roommate a werewolf…” Began the introduction on the Fox show. Continue reading “Blast From The Horror Past: Werewolf (1987) starring @JohnJYork via @stacyamiller85”