no 2 Voodoo island

série: Tales of the Zombie
dessinateur / scénariste: Collectif
éditeur: Marvel USA
genre: Horreur
classement: carton131
date: 1973
format: broché
état: TBE/N
valeur: 15 €
critère: *
remarques: Tales of the Zombie no 2, serie 2189, October 1973
cover Boris Vallejo

1/ Zombie, Voodoo island
by Steve Gerber and Pablo Marcos

2/ in memoriam Bill Everett

3/ Voodoo unto others
by Tony Isabella and Winslow Mortimer

4/ acid test,
a dream that turns into a nightmare of death
by Stan Lee and George Tuska

5/ introducing Brother Voodoo, the creation
of Marvel's most mysterious superhero

6/ twin burial, the two sisters
by Chuck Robinson and Ralph Reese

7/ from out of the grave,
the man named Grimm has a great hobby, he is a ghoul
by Gene Colan

8/ Zombie, the night of the spider
by Steve Gerber and Pablo Marcos

Information, Bill Everett
William Blake "Bill" Everett, May 18, 1917 – February 27, 1973)
was a comic book writer-artist best known for creating Namor the Sub-Mariner
and co-creating Daredevil with writer Stan Lee for Marvel Comics

At Funnies, Inc., Everett created the Sub-Mariner for an aborted project,
Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1, a planned promotional comic
to be given away in movie theaters,
when plans changed, Everett used his character instead for Funnies, Inc.'s first client,
pulp magazine publisher Martin Goodman,
the original eight-page story was expanded by four pages
for Marvel Comics #1 (Oct. 1939),
the first publication of what Goodman would eventually call Timely Comics,
the 1940s precursor of Marvel Comics,

Everett's anti-hero proved a sudden success,
quickly becoming one of Timely's top three characters,
along with Carl Burgos' android superhero the Human Torch and Jack Kirby
and Joe Simon's Captain America,
Everett soon introduced such supporting characters
as New York City policewoman Betty Dean,
a steady companion and occasional love-interest
and Namor's cousin Namora
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