‘Halloween’ Comic is One Good Scare

I just received a copy of the new Halloween comic entitled “One Good Scare” and I must say, for only 26 pages, I found it more entertaining than some of the recent Halloween films. The story delivers what it promises, and that’s a story with more depth in its characters. The book brings Dr Loomis’ son into the fold as he soon is brought face to face with the Shape. The story builds the new Loomis character and sets up a series, which could have some serious promise. Watch for book two and hopefully a full-fledged series in the Summer of 2004. Read on to see how you can get a copy of this limited edition book (which was sold exclusively at the Halloween 25th Anniversary Convention) for yourself and to take a peak at some of the incredible artwork..
Buy it for $10 by clicking here. “The artists held nothing back when they created this grim little story about Michael Myers doing what he does best. It took a lot of hurdle-jumping to get this project off the ground but the final result was definitely worth the wait. With an introduction written by Halloween producer Joseph Wolf and full-color artwork mirroring the stylistic look of the original film, this comic will surely become one of your most prized Halloween collectibles. Read it on a rainy night… we dare you!”

Source: Halloween 25 Gift Shop