Werewolves Vs. Vampires: Round Three

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18 Responses

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca

    awh!!! poor wolfie!!

  • Julie
    Julie

    So, are the mummy and the vampire “good friends?”

    • Nathan
      Nathan

      What happens in the coffin, stays in the coffin.

  • Louise
    Louise

    or are they just co-conspirators? a means to the end..of the wolf.

  • Steve in law
    Steve in law

    Monsterous Mummy
    Werewolf Wrathfully Whacked
    Creaturely Comfort

    • Robert
      Robert

      HEY! Only professionals are allowed to haiku in here. Oh wait, nm, we’d have to close the site.

  • J/Metro
    J/Metro

    Hmm…so the Vampires have the Mummy on their side. That hardly seems fair. I certainly hope that the Werewolves have a secret weapon, too. Maybe the Creature From the Black Lagoon. Or Frankenstein’s Monster, even…

    –J/Metro

  • Julie
    Julie

    If anyone was one the werewolves side, it would be the furries.

  • Steve in law
    Steve in law

    If I may be forgiven:

    Wrapper under wraps
    Canidae Killer Killing
    Always under foot

    • Nathan
      Nathan

      I always knew you were alliterate.

  • Louise
    Louise

    maybe the werewolves will call on those poor helpless aliens..or worse the clown

  • Nathan
    Nathan

    In the “it should probably be noted” department: This is Haiku Comics’ 75th strip.

    • Becky
      Becky

      YAY!! Keep up the outstanding work, Gents!

  • D.Durand
    D.Durand

    Funny thing is in myths, werewolves are fare more intelligent than vampires and mummies. But in theses modern times, canids are not really loved.

    • Nathan
      Nathan

      The first werewolf story I was ever exposed to was through an Amazing Spider-Man record and storybook called “The Mark of the Man-Wolf.” I can still remember the snarling growls of John Jameson, astronaut and son of J. Jonah Jameson, as he transformed. That record gave me nightmares.

      I have no particular bias against werewolves (Bob might, I dunno), but I do see the transformation of man to wolf as akin to that of Dr. Jekyl or Bruce Banner. But, you know, we’re just spoofing the horror genre here, in any case — there isn’t a whole lot of room for more than broad caricatures and obvious stereotyping. That is the nature of the comic strip.

    • Robert
      Robert

      Trust me, the werewolves will get their revenge.

  • D.Durand
    D.Durand

    Hey ! Mr Hyde was not stupid, as far as i remember it. He just changed from gentle to evil.
    And Marvel is not know for his love of animals.

    But don’t think you have to justify yourself. Your comic IS really funny.

  • Nishido
    Nishido

    The enemy of my enemy, helps me find a new carpet. Logical.