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Jughead: The Hunger #4
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Things are looking dire for werewolf Jughead. But before we discover his fate, we take a trip down memory lane to learn about Elena Cooper in this week’s Jughead: The Hunger #4 from Archie Comics.

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Jughead is about to go all werewolf in Jughead: The Hunger, a new one-shot from Archie Comics coming to stores this month.

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Image Comics, Wolf, werewolf, Jeremy Haun, Cullen Bunn, Bitten, Syfy, Ales Kot, Matt Taylor, Lee Loughridge, True Detective, Sandman, crime noir, Neil Gaiman, Antoine Wolfe
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When it comes to supernatural/horror characters, it seems many of them never go out of style. However, certain groups rise up to the forefront, such as vampires. For a while, everywhere you looked, there were vampires. Teen vampires, older vampires, female vampires, even kid vampires. Now it seems that werewolves are the new vampires. Syfy has their series Bitten, DC’s Vertigo has a great comic Wolf Moon from Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun, and now Image has Wolf. What I like about all these is that each one seems to take a different spin on the werewolf legend, and that’s

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Cullen BunnDCFeaturedIndie ComicsReviewVertigoWerewolf

Wolf Moon #4 has Dillon face off against the Wolf and another hunter he has never encountered before.

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DVDMoviesUniversal PicturesWerewolf

Press Release There’s no safe place to hide as the all-new supernatural Untitled Werewolf Thriller begins principal photography in and around Bucharest, Romania. Universal celebrates its storied history of creatures and horror with an exhilarating original adventure that embraces the popular cultural resurgence of the age-old werewolf myth. Breathtaking action and nail-biting suspense collide as an army of bounty hunters descend on a tiny hamlet in search of the most terrifying monster they have ever fought. The latest entry in the hugely successful DVD Originals™ line from Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production entity of Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Untitled Werewolf

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The Howling is one of the more intense werewolf movies from the ’80s, and with the Twilight crazies still going crazy, it makes perfect sense to bring The Howling back as The Howling: Reborn, and turn it all Twilighty… but with less sparkly vampires, which is a plus.

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From the EditorMajor SpoilersPollWerewolf

The Poll of the Week last week was so close, that we are declaring David Kessler and Lawrence Talbot winners. That means they have to go up against Lon Chaney Wolfman and Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein Monster to claim the championship. VOTE

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FeaturedImage ComicsReviewTop Cow

A serial killer is on the loose, one that hunts in public places and leaves no survivors, until now. Federal Agent O’Roark has been tracking the killer, but now he has become a victim, and one of two survivors. Forget about the full moon, Agent O’Roark’s life has just gotten hairy.

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Buffy the Vampire SlayerDark Horse ComicsFeaturedReview

Or – “I’ll Get You,  My Pretty…  And Your Little Centaur, Too!” This would not the the first time that a young girl being chased by an evil witch fled to Oz in the hopes of finding her way back home… (Of course,  that means that Xander is probably Toto.)

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Army of DarknessDynamite EntertainmentReview

An American Chosen One in London Ash is off to the Land of Fish and Chips in hopes of finding a fellow Chosen One, but ends up finding something else altogether.  While the Evil Dead made it look like Ashley stumbled upon the Necronomicon, the connection between Chosen One and Book of Evil goes back much further than that, to a time when a band of heroes fought side by side to bring down the forces of evil.  Sounds exciting doesn’t it?

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Today’s Art Appreciation Moment comes from challenge set up by Phillip M. Jackson’s co-workers.

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DCDigital ComicsWerewolf

If you are tired of vampires, perhaps you’d like to check out a werewolf tale set in the old west.  Co-Creator of the Zuda Comics series dropped us a quick email about the launch tonight (Monday) at sundown. Our special thanks to everyone who has helped make HIGH MOON a success in 2008. 2009 has plenty of surprises in store (along with a HIGH MOON trade in October!) via Zuda Comics

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AdvertiserFrom the Editor

It’s Friday, which means it is Support Our Advertisers Day. Bat & Wolf While monster hunter Madison Shepherd approaches mid-life, Montague and Campbell approach mid-death, transformed into the very monsters they once burned at the stake. But after saving Madison’s daughter Carla from certain un-death, the overweight vampire and balding werewolf race to save their former friend from monsters and mid-life crisis alike. I’m very happy to have Bat & Wolf as an advertiser, and you can show your support for Major Spoilers by clicking on the banner at the top of the page to find out more about online

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