Blade No. 9, Blaze No. 4, Nightstalkers No. 8, and Morbius: The Living Vampire Nos. 28-32 (cover dates June, 1993- April, 1995)
Names of creators withheld to protect the families of the incompetent.
Consider this an exercise in masochism. I saw this series through to the end. It started out strong, with the first 8 or 9 issues being very enjoyable, and the things quickly went downhill. The main culprits were an abundance of crossovers between titles and a revolving door of substandard creators. So many '90s comic creators were and are a complete joke, offering self absorbed, self important drivel without having a clue as to what makes a good comic book.
I wish that I had bothered going through some of the boxes of floppies that people had given me in the last year or two, as I had several of the earlier crossover issues in there and didn't even know it.
Morbius' series ends with a thud. I suspect that this title was given the ax without a lot of notice, because it seems like there was a mad dash to get all of the dangling plotlines resolved before the last panel. It was not an effective ending to the series, nor was there any indication in the letters page that this was the last issue. Truly bizarre.
Some of the artwork is passable, and some of the writing is occasionally decent, but getting through these issues was like chewing chalk. Do you want to know what the truly sick thing is? I would gladly re-buy all of this stuff in trade paperback or, better yet, an Omnibus hardcover. I am truly ill and/or I hate my money.
Sorry, but there is no OCD zone for floppies.
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