Nazi Werewolves From Outer Space
Issues #1 & 2
Written by Simon Sanchez
Illustrated by Dean Juliette
Colored by Dean Juliette
Lettered by Dean Juliette
Covers by Don Marquez, Jason Flowers, Arthur Suydam and Dominic Racho
Release Date: January 2013
Cover Price: $3.99
As if regular Nazis weren’t bad enough! In the vein of such classic, campy horror flicks as Killer Klowns From Outer Space and Leprechaun, comes Nazi Werewolves From Outer Space. Presented by Trauma Comics, author Simon Sanchez and illustrator Dean Juliette bring forth over-the-top slaughter and madness in the first two issues of their on-going series.
Aliens have invaded Earth; aliens that look like werewolves and dress as Nazis! Led by Adolf Hitler, whose head is attached to a gorilla’s body, the werewolves kill most humans but take some back to their spaceships. Jack Lynch and his parents have found themselves among the select few to be brought aboard a ship to be experimented on — either to be pieced together with various animal parts, turned into a zombies, or something else entirely; however, Jack isn’t going to go down without a fight.
Nazi Werewolves From Outer Space is a cheesy comic book series. You won’t get a compelling story here; but what you will get from Sanchez is a really fun, highly exaggerated fright-fest with some unique plot twists. If that’s for you, you’re in for a treat.
Juliette lays on the blood and gore in these two issues. His humanoid werewolves are vicious and his human/animal hybrids are hideous. With few major characters and many minor characters, I was impressed with the variety in appearances of Juliette’s drawings.
If you enjoy horror on the very campy side, Nazi Werewolves From Outer Space is for you. Thankfully, I had a feeling of what I was getting myself into before I read the first two issues, and I can’t complain. I had a blast reading them and hope that in a future issue, Hitler will get what’s coming to him.