Monster of the Day #1628

Man, if seeing that as a kid wouldn’t get you to plunk down a quarter, then we have nothing to say to each other.

  • Gamera977

    Werewolf:’That’s it!!! I’m so tired of your ranting about the Great Old Ones I’m ripping your friggin’ tongue out!!!’

    Thing: ‘Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Fhta- ACK!!!!!!’

  • Eric Hinkle

    So a classic werewolf versus a Lovecraftian eldritch abomination?

    Sounds like some AD&D/Pathfinder adventures I wish I could have played in!

  • A quarter?!?

    They were 65 cents by the time I was old enough to buy them, thank you very much!

    Also, just noticed my keyboard doesn’t have a ‘cents’ symbol. Damn that inflation!

  • bgbear_rnh

    Here is my 2 ¢ ;-)

  • bgbear_rnh

    We had it rough, we could not spend a whole years wages on a comic book /yorkshireman

  • Marsden

    No tongue on the first date.

  • Beckoning Chasm

    “Wassamatta? Wolf got your tongue?”

  • Flangepart

    “Iths not ah accent, iths a speeth impedimintt.”

  • Rock Baker

    I’ve wondered about that myself. I have a dollar sign, why don’t I have a cents sign here too?

  • Eric Hinkle

    In case anyone is interested, over on the wonderalliance dot com site they have a list up of all the Halloween movies TCM will be running this year. They’ve got over 80 films, ranging from the Universal and Hammer classics to obscurities like Jigoku, Eyes Without A Face, Onibaba, and such delights as The Haunting, Curse of the Demon, 13 Ghosts, Isle of Lost Souls, Isle of the Dead, a whole night of Val Lewton films, The Bad Seed, Willard, and both Blacula films back to back. TCM has one great lineup for this year!

  • Ken_Begg

    Pfft. You damn young kids. I’m sure I bought 12 cent comics as a wee lad, but I started ‘collecting’ when they were 25 cents. Godzilla #1 by Marvel was the first, as I recall, bought off the spinner rack at my local 7-11. YEARS before comic shops.

  • Ken_Begg

    When oh when will I be able to just buy a streaming subscription to TCM?

  • Eric Hinkle

    I know I ‘m old, I can remember when places like 7-11 and local drugstores sold comic books.