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Join the fun and adventure fighting the Xulu mythos! Doctor Ment, Harry and Elvis the Airpuff must free the world of the Curse of the Mottled Tentacle… but they can’t do it alone. They’ll travel from the Florida swamps to the Himalayas to get some help from Selma the Witch and her servant, Otis the Zombie!
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Three sample stories of the heavy hitters in IDW's brand-new Cartoon Network line-up! First up, the Powerpuff Girls take on "The Big Green Monster," then Samurai Jack finds himself in a game of "Double Dutch Death Valley," and finally Ben 10 gets into a bull fight in "Olé."
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HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA is under attack--the owner of the nearby Kakieland theme park, the notorious Stephen Cling, has launch a viral anti-monster smear campaign claiming that monsters are scary! That keeps guests away from HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA and threatens the existence of the monsters' beloved refuge. Drac, Frank, Murray, Wayne, Griffin, Blobby, as well as Mavis, Johnny, Dennis, and Winnie, must find a way to win back the public's trust and save HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA or else they'll be forced to return to the Bad Old Days when monsters were feared and shunned.
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Based on the all-new television series focusing on the earlier teenage years of Dracula's daughter Mavis and her three closest friends, Hank N. Stein, Pedro and Wendy Blob. With Dracula away on "Official Vampire Business," Mavis finally sees her chance to show her father what she can do. With the help of her friends, she decides to put her brilliant ideas of how to run the Hotel into motion, but?enter Aunt Lydia, Dracula's older and authoritarian sister. While Mavis and friends are ready to let loose and have fun, Aunt Lydia pushes for even more order and tradition at the Hotel.
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Jonathan, yearning to be a part of the hotel business like his father-in-law, Drac, opens a motel in the Swiss alps. With the help of his wife, Mavis, and little Dennis, the family remodels a run down motel to tip-top monster shape! But after numerous mishaps, monsters won't even check in! Not even humans will check in! It's up to Jonathan to get to the bottom of the mystery and save Motel Transylvania!
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Mazie and her friend Mushroom get ready for a fun adventure Trick or Treating on Halloween Night. When they knock on the door of a haunted house, a spooky night awaits them.
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'Beware the Creatures of the Night: They Have Lawyers!' This is the very first issue of the Wolff & Byrd/Supernatural Law comic book series. In this story, "Herbert Has Risen from the Grave," attorneys Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd represent a couple who have used the fabled monkey's paw to make a wish that goes terribly wrong. This issue also introduces a long-running W&B client: Sodd, the Thing Called It.
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In this second issue of the Wolff & Byrd/Supernatural Law series, Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd encounter the "Curse of the Werehouse!" Tom and Kim Curtis live in a house that becomes haunted every full moon. Tom's former boos sues when the house "assaults" him after he comes to dinner. Tom is a skeptic who pooh-poohs supernatural explanations for the haunted house. Kim calls Jeff Byrd because they used to work together in Chase Hawkins' office early in Jeff's career; he had a crush on her, which is rekindled during this case. Nosey neighbors report the strange goings-on at the Curtis house to the authorities, and it isn't too long before the Bureau of Firearms and Drugs (BFD) gets into the act-just in time for the next full moon.
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This is the first W and B issue to consist of several short stories. In 'The Zombies Strike at Midnight,' the owner of a novelty company goes into Wade's Haitian Hut, a bar near the courthouse, and complains about the fact that the zombies he employs to make his specialty voodoo dolls have gone on strike; the zombies of course are represented by W&B. In 'Court of Public Opinion,' Sodd is back as jury selection is under way. On the courtroom steps, the press abandon W and B and Sodd when they spot attorney Chase Hawkins and his client, supermodel Dawn Devine. In 'Mavis,' the secretary ventures out onto the street to find that the real world can be scarier than the firm's monster-filled offices. In 'Things That Go Bump In The Night,' it's just Jeff and Alanna alone in the office in the wee hours. Finally, in 'The Man Who Broke The Laws of Gravity (and Landed in Court),' W and B represent Lowell M. Rose, a consultant to Blackwood Museum who translates an ancient Tibetan scroll on levitation and finds himself up in the air; he sues when the museum fires him.
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This issue: 'A Host of Horrors!' The Bier-Meister is a 1950s-style horror host whose career is revived as a host for a special on the Eek! Channel (EC) all-horror network. Arrested for graverobbing in an incident involving the grave of Dr. Forrest Bertrum, "Bierie" is exonerated but then loses the hosting job due to pressure on the network from a parents' group, the Children's Movement Activist Association. W&B represent the Bier-Meister's suit against a local county for banning EC network, raising the issue of free speech versus "protecting the children." Meanwhile, Sodd signs a deal for British horror novelist Niles Pib (based on Neil Gaiman) to write his life story.
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