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Thing from Another World Eternal Vows (1993) comic books
Written by David de Vries. Art by Paul Gulacy and Dan Davis. Police Sgt. Rowan arrives at Wallace Harbour from mainland New Zealand to investigate a baffling series of murders on isolated Stewart Island, and is sickened by what he finds. What Rowan will soon discover is that The Thing from Another World has finally made a beachhead on the doorstep to our civilized world, seeking out new flesh and ready to wreak the necessary havoc to get it. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.
Written by David de Vries. Art by Paul Gulacy and Dan Davis. Sgt. Rowan finally gets some answers from MacReady about the true nature of The Thing. As more people on Stewart Island turn up dead and mutilated, clues lead to the American ship, the Gettysburg, docked in Wallace Harbour. Meanwhile, Jennifer’s own little private hell gets a little bit smaller as she struggles with The Thing — and her lover, Powell — for control of her memories and desires. The series is written by David de Vries, who brings the kind of authenticity of dialogue and place only a native New Zealander can to the story. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.
Written by David de Vries. Art by Paul Gulacy and Dan Davis. MacReady, The Thing’s first, and worst, nemesis, is going to extremes to keep it from migrating beyond Stewart Island, New Zealand. He couldn’t care less about Jennifer’s problems in coming to terms with her newly realized status of being deceased. not to mention being an extension of The Thing. But while he’s got The Thing coming at him from one direction, he’s got the disbelieving Wallace Harbour townsfolk coming at him from the other. That’s making it very difficult to do what he really wants to do — torch the whole dad-gummed town! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.
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Written by David de Vries. Art by Paul Gulacy and Dan Davis. The hunt for The Thing from Another World leads MacReady to the Gettysburg, anchored in Wallace Harbour. He’s positive The Thing has traded identities with one of the crewmen on board, and isn’t about to take any chances: he’s ready to torch anyone who stands in his way. The seemingly eternal battle is once more down to MacReady and his otherworldly nemesis — literally, ’til death do them part. But then of course, if it’s The Thing and not MacReady that bites the big one, that doesn’t really leave Dark Horse an opening for its next series. does it? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.
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The Thing from Another World (1951)
Directed by: Christian Nyby, Howard Hawks
Stars: Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan, James Arness
Language: English + Commentary ( 2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)
Description: Scientists and American Air Force officials fend off a blood-thirsty alien organism while at a remote arctic outpost.