no 2 Morbius, the blood sacrifice

série: Vampire Tales
dessinateur / scénariste: Collectif
éditeur: Marvel USA
genre: Horreur
classement: carton131
date: 1973
format: broché
état: TBE/N
valeur: 20 €
critère: *
remarques: Vampire Tales no 2, serie 2190, October 1973
cover Jad

1/ Morbius, the blood sacrifice
by Don McGregor and Pablo Marcos+Rich Buckler

2/ witch hunt, Salem, Massachusetts late 1600

3/ five claws to tryphon
by Gardner Fox and Jesus Blasco+John Romita

3/ a vampire study, the kith and kin
chapter II: a generation of vampires
by Chris Claremont

4/ Satana, Satan's daughter
by Roy Thomas and John Romita

5/ at the stroke of midnight
skript and art by JIm Steranko

6/ the praying mantis principle
Hodiah Twist facing madam of Vampiresses
by Don McGregor and Rich Buckler

A) Morbius, the Living Vampire, a scientist named Dr. Michael Morbius
is a fictional character appearing in American
comic books published by Marvel Comics,
created by writer Roy Thomas and originally designed by penciler Gil Kane,
the character first appeared as an antagonist
in The Amazing Spider-Man #101 (Oct. 1971).

Morbius went on to become a heroic, tragically flawed protagonist
in his own series and other titles,
Morbius is a man suffering from vampiric abilities and physical traits
resulting from a biochemical experiment, as opposed to supernatural means,
the character has appeared in various animated shows and video games

B) Lilith Satan's daughter
some trace Lilith to the Heavenly Hosts, where she and Samael,
later "Satan," rebelled and were cast out,
on Earth, Lilith conceived the Mazikim by Adam
but ultimately refused to be subservient and left him,
when self-proclaimed angels slaughtered most of the Mazikim,
Lilith vowed her line would dominate,
twenty millennia ago, Lilith survived the Great Cataclysm in Atlantis
a Sumerian god, she eventually withdrew as a storm demon
to the desert beyond the Euphrates, abducting unbaptized children
and visiting men in their dreams
ruling mortal kingdoms, she conceived powerful children,
including the demonic Lilin;
her lovers included the angel Shemhazai, the fertility god Attis
and even, some say, the Judeo-Christian God,
Lilith is believed to have spawned different races of vampires,
stories say she fought Gilgamesh circa 3000 B.C.
and, over two millennia later,
challenged Solomon, banisher of demons, including the Lilin.
supposedly, as the Queen of Sheba, Lilith, conceived by Solomon.

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