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Morbius: The Living Vampire

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Fear #20-31. The picaresque adventures of Michael Morbius, infected with a disease that gives him the drives and some of the powers of a vampire. In this storyline, he is pulled around to various worlds by the Caretakers of Arcturus, whose Tara changes from little girl to be protected to temptress and back. Then once he deals with the Caretakers, he is harassed by ex-CIA ...more
Published 1974 by Marvel Comics

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Bob Wolniak
Feb 21, 2016 Bob Wolniak rated it liked it
With the revival of Morbius the Living Vampire, i picked up this fun volume of Adventures into Fear originally published in 1974. Contains lots of weird (or should I say normal for Steve Gerber) off world tales with a mix of artists (Buckler, Kane, Russell, etc.) This led me to go get the original issues at a local comic shop. The original issues contained back up horror stories. Morbius is a fascinating anti-hero. He kills too often to be truly likable but his look represents something for me ...more
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Steve Gerber graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in communications and took a job in advertising. To keep himself sane, he wrote bizarre short stories such as "Elves Against Hitler," "Conversion in a Terminal Subway," and "...And the Birds Hummed Dirges!" He noticed acquaintance Roy Thomas working at Marvel, and Thomas sent him Marvel's standard writing test, dialoguing ...more
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