It's Monday again and that's means that I'm going to do another horror comic review..... you know because I like to stay consistent........ and how else am I going to get to talk about horror on here? Even though I originally said that I intended to do a review of the current ReAnimator series going on, after looking it over and finding out that it had more to do with the book characterization of Herbert West and not the Jeffery Combs interpretation, I decided that without reading the book first that I would have no idea how the character is supposed to be acting in the first place so I opted to do something that I'm way more familiar with....... you know, taking the easy path and such. We'll be heading back to a strange time in comics and horror, where fans of both will usually tell you the medium and the genre fell a little flat, but don't let that discourage you because when this three part story came out, the horror community was so starved for the characters that they fell in love with in the 70's and 80's that we were up for anything. So let's check out this noncanonical meeting between these two powerhouses and see if the writers put any heart into this story or if they were just like the production companies spewing sequel after sequel out just to make a quick buck.
Written By: Nancy Collins, David Imhoff
Art By: Jeff Butler, Steve Montana, Renee Witterstaetter
Cover Price: $2.95
Release Date: October 1995
Publisher: Topps Comics