Wednesday, July 22, 2015


Afterlife with Archie contained some great reprints from the Red Circle Comics supernatural series. I'm going to focus on the reprints here, which are what turned me on to the series.

Do yourself a favor, if you don't have the original Red Circle comic books, seek out these Afterlife with Archie reprints. I think you'll be glad you did. Great stuff!

Afterlife with Archie #2
A professional cat burglar eyes a large collection of jewels from a rich madman who has total control over his niece.
Written & drawn by Gray (Starlord) Morrow.
Reprinted from Chilling Adventures in Socery #3.

Afterlife with Archie #3
A nasty, aging actor who is a vampire host on a Creeper Feature show is tricked into reciting a spell on live TV.
Written by Don (Star Wars) Glut with Dick (Sarge Steel) Giordano art.
Reprinted from Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #4.

Afterlife with Archie #4
"Cellar Dweller"
Written by Frank Doyle & Stan Goldberg with art by Gray (Perry Rhodan paperback covers) Morrow.
Reprinted from Mad House #97.

Can't help but think of Dave Stevens here!
Afterlife with Archie #5
"A Thousand Pounds of Clay"
An artist creates a clay Golem to destroy his enemies, starting with his girlfriend and his best friend, who are having an affair.
Written by Don Glut with art by Vicente Alcazar.
Reprinted from Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #4

Afterlife with Archie #7
"The Gentlest Dog on the Block"
Written by Marv Channing with art by Doug (Zorro) Wildey.
Reprinted from Mad House #96.

Afterlife with Archie #8
Essays in the Supernatural Zombies article by Marv Channing & Gray Morrow.
This was long before the fabulous comic book & television series The Walking Dead madd them so popular.
Reprinted from Mad House #97.
Essays in the Supernatural Dragons by Phil Seuling & Gray Morrow.
Fantastic novel recommendation: The Great Zoo of China by Matthew Reilly. What a great author! 
Reprinted from Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #5.
Essays in the Supernatural Voodoo by Marv Channing & Gray Morrow.
My favorite View Master is an episode of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. dealing with voodoo. Really looking forward the the motion picture coming out soon. 
Reprinted from Red Circle Sorcery #11.

It's great to see a new series give new life to classic comic book stories, especially since they haven't been collected. That would be the best! A nice, hardcover collection, one can dream.

Thongor from Creatures on the Loose by Vincente Alcazar.

Live Large My Friends!

Thank You!     

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