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The question should be what happened to the series and will it ever come back/be completed. I'm not sure if Spookshow was ever finished or announced a final issue, or if they intended to just keep it going forever as long as we buy them. But I want to know what happens next in Baron Von Shock!
The El Superbeasto stuff in Spookshow International really wasn't my favorite part. I really liked the side story adventures of the Devil's Rejects. Not to go off topic, but I think if Rob doesn't want to make another live action feature around the story of Devil's Rejects/1000 Corpses, then he should make mini cartoon episodes based off Spookshow International Devil's Rejects characters. That would be sweet! Like a dozen or so 20 minute episodes with the real voices of Bill Mosely, Sid Haig, Sheri Moon, and the rest!
Oh man, I remember when I got my issues of Spookshow International..I was at the Rejects board, a few months before The Devil's Rejects came out in theaters, and someone mentioned SpookShow International had some stories about the Fireflies in it..And, I just had to have those issues..So, I went to Ebay, and I found some people seeling all the issues together..A few different people were offering all the issues, or at least most of the issues of Spookshow International..Only problem was, other people wanted them too..I lost 2 auctions before I won my issues.
^^ They were pretty popular. Why not just go to a local comic shop? Thats what I did. And then I ordered all the upcoming issues from the store to make sure I woudlnt miss any and they just called me when they arrived. They were cheap too.
I didn't have a car back then, and the nearest comic store was a long way from where I was living at the time..Also, that was before one of my friends ended up becoming the owner of that comic store. And, before he did, the store was a bit more about selling role playing games and action figures than comics.
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