The Black Forest

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Image Comics, Apr 28, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 96 pages
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World War I. In the battle between good and evil, evil just got creative: The Germans are developing a mysterious weapon to break through the trenches. American pilot Jack Shannon and Archie Caldwell, Britain's greatest stage magician, are sent behind enemy lines, into the heart of the supernatural vortex that is the Black Forest. There, in a remote castle, they match wits with evil occultist Avery Dye, who aims to use Frankenstein's Monster as a template to create an army of unstoppable re-animated dead! In order to thwart the forces of evil, Jack and Archie will be forced to battle Nosferatu, werewolves, a sorcerer, and Frankenstein's Monster himself!

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User Review  - mschaefer - LibraryThing

Another attempt by Livingston to bring Frankenstein's monster back to life. Not quite as original as his The Living and the Dead and more action-oriented. A touch reminiscent of Wilson's The Keep as well. Read full review

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