Halloween Special Issue Digital Comic #1

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Halloween Special Issue Digital Comic #1

Post by Col_Fury » Fri May 05, 2017 12:06 am

HALLOWEEN SPECIAL ISSUE DIGITAL COMIC #1 (October 2008)
By Dean Haspiel

APPEARANCES:
Frankenstein’s Monster, Jack Russell (Werewolf by Night), European villagers

SYNOPSIS:
A villager burns Frankenstein’s monster in the face, so the creature shambles toward a nearby shack to heal. Meanwhile, Jack Russell chains himself up because it’s a full moon, and he doesn’t want to kill anyone while he’s a werewolf. The monster walks in and Jack makes friends with him, but then he turns into a werewolf. The two fight, and the monster almost drowns Jack in a nearby stream. Jack reverts to human form, but is unconscious. The villagers think the creature has killed some innocent victim and start chasing him with torches and pitchforks again.

NOTE:
This would have to be a present-day (relatively speaking) appearance for Frankenstein’s Monster, since he meets Jack Russell.

Jack recognizes the Monster, and knows that he’s real (as opposed to fictional). So after their first meeting?

The Monster can talk here, so after FMON 16 where he regains that ability. That’s currently after GSWBN 2, where Jack meet the Monster, so that’s nice.

Jack is still in Europe in GSWBN 3, but he’s back in America by WNB 27 (his next appearance). So, between those two appearances, then.

Placement suggestions:

*FRANKENSTEIN ANDROID (change name to FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER ANDROID)
X 40 (15:4)-FB
X 40 (3:4)-FB
X 40

FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER
……
LOM 1
*FMON 12 (16 - 17) (add page/panel range)
GSWBN 2
FMON 13
FMON 14
FMON 15
FMON 16
FMON 17
FMON 18
*HWEENSPEC DIG
M/TU 36
……

WEREWOLF II/JACK RUSSELL
……
GSWBN 3
*HWEENSPEC DIG
WBN 27
……
-Daron Jensen

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