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The official adaptation of the cult movie hit, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by long time comic writer and artist Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC) who later moved into film making with half a dozen films from Syfy Channel. This is the complete Rocky Horror Picture Show adaptation that collects issues 1-3. As a special bonus this graphic novel release also has dozens of extra pages containing song lyrics, profiles, and more that have not been collected since the individual issues were first published.
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Dr. Frank N. Furter brings his greatest creation to life...Rocky. However, part of Rocky's brain was taken from Eddie who comes out of his deep sleep only to be killed by Frank. Brad and Janet both fall under the persuasive and promiscuous attention of Frank, discovering their own feelings for each other might not have been as strong as they thought. Eddie's uncle, Dr. Everett Scott arrives, to find his nephew. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 2 of 3.
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Rocky and Janet find each other, much to the chagrin of both Frank and Brad. Frank realizes that something is up and captures all of his assistants and turns them to stone. Brad, Janet, Dr. Scott, Rocky, and Columbia are forced to perform a cabaret show but Riff Raff and Magenta break it up as they reveal themselves to be aliens who are not happy with Frank. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 3 of 3.
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When Brad Majors and Janet Weiss find themselves in a rainstorm with a flat tire, they decide to go to an active yet mysterious castle. There, they find themselves in the midst of strange people at a party which is led by the "sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania", Dr. Frank N. Furter. Brad and Janet soon find out how different life can be under the guidance of Frank N. Furter. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 1 of 3.
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Each year on the anniversary of his sister's abduction, Mulder investigates the mysterious disappearance of a child in an effort to bring others peace. This year's search takes him to the high school reunion of a teen who disappeared in an abandoned house with friends who would go on to start their very own ghost-hunting show.
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A Valiant Masters Collection. Once, he was the hired killer known as Angelo Mortalli. Now, there is only Bloodshot. Brought back from the grave by the government scientists of Project Rising Spirit, Bloodshot is powered by microscopic nano-machines that can repair all injuries and maximize his physical potential. But the nanites can’t replace his lost memories – or help him shake the feeling that he was once anything but a hero. Atoning for his sins in a world he no longer knows, can the man now called Bloodshot recover the secrets of his past? And survive his deadly first encounters with the likes of the Eternal Warrior, Ninjak and Rai along the way? Collecting Bloodshot’s best-selling debut with the original series coloring, the inaugural Valiant Masters volume re-presents Bloodshot (1992) #1-8 by fan favorite writer Kevin VanHook and comics legend Don Perlin for the first time anywhere! Plus no fan will want to miss “The Tablet” – a brand new tale of the VH1 Valiant Universe starring Bloodshot and the Eternal Warrior by the classic creative team of VanHook, Perlin, and Bob Wiacek!
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Caliber Rounds is a monthly 'magazine' spotlighting Caliber's creators and titles with interviews, profiles, previews, and more. This first issue clocks in at a large 38 pages with interviews from Kevin Van Hook on doing Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ben Sherrill and his Ballad of Rory Hawkins, Mayen Briem on the genesis of Horror City, and Steve Jones takes a look at Dracula and wants to know why the Count can't gain popularity ala Sherlock Holmes. Plus a look at all the releases from Caliber's first year since it returned to publishing. There's also a sneak peak at some upcoming titles.
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