Sunday, November 7, 2010

Woof! Woof! Werewolves Gone Wild!

Due to popular demand, we're expanding our Horror Comics of the 1950s™ department to include entire new sections devoted to specific types of monsters!
The very personification of uncontroled release of murderous, mindless, animal lusts!
Before the 2000s, that's how those who changed when the moon is full were portrayed by performers from Lon Chaney to Oliver Reed.
Interestingly, enough, a number of novels and short stories portray human women who can control the desires of lycanthropic men and make the transformed males obey them. Few, if any of those tales have been adapted for the screen.
Today, werewolves are as hot a romantic icon as vampires, with whom they're usually presented in conflict with over human females, in movies and TV series like True Blood, Vampire Diaries, and the Underworld and Twilight series!
For those who prefer lycanthropes who don't bare their chests unless they've gone furry, or Team Edward members who want to rib their Team Jacob counterparts with gag gifts, we've resurrected the classic image of the furry fiends on a line of collectibles including mugs, magnets, t-shirts, iPad/Kindle/messenger bags and other undead tchochkies!

If you're looking for a birthday or holiday present for a fan of the life-impaired (or a treat for yourself), why not combine one of our kool kollectibles with one of the books or DVDs below for the ultimate ghoulish gift set?

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