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Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 1

    "The Case of the Reluctant Werewolf." This first issue introduces Mr. Monster, a creature-killer in the vein (so to speak) of Van Helsing. A less-than-fearsome werewolf seeks the aid of the titular monster hunter. The series as a whole pays homage to classic monster/horror comics of the 1950s. Script, pencils, and cover by Michael T. Gilbert. Inks by William Messner Loebs. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 2

    "Hemo Boy." Mr. Monster battles one of the biggest monsters of them all: Communism. Script and pencils by Michael T. Gilbert, inks by William Messner Loebs. Cover by Dave Stevens. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 3

    "Mr. Monster." Mr. Monster goes up against a creature made of trash. Also includes "Rot" and "Swamp Monster," the latter of which is a Wolverton reprint with a new introduction by Gilbert. Script by Alan Moore, Michael T. Gilbert, and Basil Wolverton. Pencils by Gilbert and Wolverton, inks by William Messner Loebs. Cover by Steve Bissette. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 4

    "No Escape from Dimension X." Doctor No-One traps Mr. Monster in an alternate dimension, where he encounters Pac-Man-like creatures. Also includes "Secret Files of Dr. Drew," which is a Mercer/Grandenetti reprint with a new introduction by Gilbert. Script by Michael T. Gilbert and Marilyn Mercer. Pencils by Gilbert, Jeff Bonivert, and Jerry Grandenetti. Inks by Gilbert and Bonivert. Cover by Bonivert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 5

    "Demon of Destiny Drive." Mr. Monster uses creativity in battling slime monsters. "The Yellow Death." Mr. Monster hits the sewers to confront a plague. "Invaders from Mars?" Mr. Monster must deal with a Martian invasion. Script by Michael T. Gilbert and William Messner Loebs, pencils by Gilbert, inks by Loebs. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 6

    "Bubble Bath of the Damned." A crazed washing machine creates a monster." "Stretching Things." This story reprints an old Steve Ditko horror yarn. "Olde Curiosity Shop." A mall monster is on the prowl. Script by Michael T. Gilbert and Brian Preger. Pencils by Gilbert, Brian Buniak, Ditko, and Keith Giffen. Inks and cover by Don Simpson. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 7

    "Mr. Monster's Bedtime Story." This nostalgic piece finds a dad throwing away his son's Mr. Monster comics. "The One Who Lurks!" Mr. Monster battles the proverbial monster under the bed. Script by Michael T. Gilbert and Randall Frew, pencils by Gilbert, inks by Mark Pacella. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 8

    "Automatic Terror Machine." Mr. Monster battles a creature-possessed ATM machine. "Mr. Monster on the Job." Someone hires Mr. Monster to get rid of a creature haunting a skyscraper. Script by Michael T. Gilbert, pencils by Gilbert, inks by Mark Pacella. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 9

    "Greetings from Mr. Monster's Vacation." While vacationing in New England, Mr. Monster battles a giant scorpion creature. "Guilty as Hell!" Mr. Monster faces legal trouble. Script by Greg Georgas, pencils by Michael T. Gilbert and Batton Lash, inks by Gerald Forton. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #10
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 10

    "Terror in 6-D." Doctor No-Zone traps Mr. Monster in Dimension X. This comic was produced in full color and benefits greatly from a nifty 3D effect. Script and pencils by Michael T. Gilbert, inks by Mark Pacello and Don Simpson. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.