CREATURES ON THE LOOSE (1971) #33 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Creatures on the Loose (1971) #33
Featuring Man-Wolf. "Deathgame!" is written by David Kraft with art by George Perez and Klaus Janson. Astronaut John Jameson was a national hero before he found a strange gem on the Moon's surface that grafted itself to his chest and now transforms into a blood-thirsty werewolf whenever the Moon is full. Instead of starring in ticker tape parades, Jameson finds he's hunted by the government and forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse with J. Jonah Jameson, his father and publisher of the Daily Bugle.

The mastermind behind this villainous plot is none other than Spider-Man foe Kraven the Hunter. But someone else is pulling Kraven's strings and also caught up in the web is John's lovely young fianc‚e Kristine Saunders and the hard-as-nails special task force cop known as Stroud! Also, don't miss the weird plight of the circus side show freak they call "The Stooge" (drawn by Martin Rose).

GCD Data

Title: Deathgame!

Featuring: Man-Wolf

Credits: David Kraft (plot, script), Tony Isabella (plot) (Script), George Perez (Pencils), Klaus Janson (Inks), Petra Goldberg (Colors), Tom Orzechowski (Letters).

Title: The Stooge

Credits: Martin Rose (Pencils), Martin Rose (Inks).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: CREATURES ON THE LOOSE (1971)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
33 (3.25) (6.50) 12.75 (17.75) (30.00) (39.00)


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