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From our Wizard Magazine issue 3 episode.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phn9CShGjGg

Thanks Drek Shep for point us toward this piece of first-hand commentary from Bill Wray about his (and Bruce Jones) strip that inspired the film They Live. http://madaboutcartoons.blogspot.com/2008/02/

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bigstefan says:

Worth checking the adaptations of Hammer Horror films that were drawn and printed (years after the original movies' release) in UK magazine House Of Hammer/Halls Of Horror in the 70s. All great, with art by Bolland, Paul Neary, Ian Gibson, John Bolton, Brian Lewis and others. Mags are getting a bit pricier now but archive org has scans of the whole lot. Published by Dez Skinn who did Warrior – HOH had a brief revival in the 80s for a few issues when Warrior was on sale. (Brian Lewis was an incredible artist, died quite young and rarely talked about).

Traie Payne says:

I'd throw the '89 Batman adaptation in there among the best, great art by Ordway.

comicKkrakK says:

Had no idea about that short story in Alien Encounters!  I need to dig through the boxes and pull that one out again.

Drek shep says:

Bill Wray had some interesting things to say about that comic. http://madaboutcartoons.blogspot.com/2008/02/

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