Monday, October 7, 2013

Longbox of the Damned: Werewolves on the Moon vs. Vampires



Longbox of the Damned 07. ‎

14 comments:

KKDW said...

So, if the vampires are going to attack Moonbase Alpha, does that mean this takes place in the Space:1999 universe?

rdfox said...

Even *before* watching the review, I just looked at this title and thought back to the line from the "Superman at Earth's End" review:

"So, we've got werewolves... fighting vampires... on the Moon? THIS COMIC IS STARTING TO GET AWESOME!"

Lostshadows said...

Apparently the cover artist didn't think anyone would notice that the flag on the cover only has 36 stars. I'm guessing its not set before 1867.

Volvagia said...

I don't know. Scud the Disposable Assassin did a "Werewolf on the moon" story, and that one was just insane genius.

LucasChad said...

Looked like it could work as an R-rated animated film. When are we ever going to get an R-rated animated film?

Gareth said...

I am curious Linkara, does Moarte have a backstory? And if so we will get to see it one day?

Jesse said...

This looks like fun. Might even try to track it down.

Was it as one-sided as it looked? The werewolves didn't look like they lost anybody in the fights.

Also, anyone other than me ever wonder what would happen if a werewolf or vampire ever bit each other?

Anonymous said...

Mayan Mummies
now THAT'S thinking outside the box!

Movie-Brat said...

Whoa, groovy-crazy concept. I'm amazed you find these things.

jay said...

these comic's are asome

Adam said...

Now I wanna track this book down just for the goofy yet awesome concept.

Leor said...

Lewis where did you find a comic so over-the-top? Mayan Moon Mummies? :D

Tia Wheeler said...

Vampires fighting werewolves on a Moon base? And then they are randomly joined by Mayan Mummies?

That just sounds strangely awesome.

I guess after the kind of depressing comic yesterday, Moarte felt that everyone needed a good laugh.

Cat C said...

The night before this aired I'd spent several hours watching Lotus Prince's Let's Play of Amnesia: the Dark Descent with no lights on.

This was honestly JUST what I needed so I could go to bed that morning.

This was a ton of fun.

Thank you, father Moarte for this gift of scary-humor.