In 2005 a film adaptation of the comic book character Man-Thing was released by Lions Gate Films. And I can say with full confidence that of all the films released in 2005 – this was definitely one of them. I don't know why you'd want to but you could watch the movie version I guess.
STORY BY: R.L. Stine ART BY: Christopher Mitten and German Peralta COLORS BY: Rachelle Rosenberg LETTERS BY: VC's Travis Lanham COVER BY: Mike Deodato Jr. and Tyler Crook In the previous review of issue #1, I wrote about how I didn’t really enjoy how Stein was approaching the character of Man-Thing – I said the humor was just a bit
STORY BY: Daniel Warren Johnson and R.L. Stine ART BY: German Peralta COLORS BY: Mat Lopes and Rachelle Rosenberg COVER BY: Tyler Crook The much anticipated run by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine has arrived and it is undeniably okay. I will say right off I was not overly impressed by the debut issue. That being said I understand that
Does it say something about me that this image has stuck with me for forty years? As a kid, I had this issue, and this panel in particular I thought was one of the coolest things I had ever seen. There is an evil villain with no face, another villain with rotating saw blades on