Presenting the least-threatening werewolf of all time.

§ May 10th, 2011 § Filed under charlton § 10 Comments

Ain’t he the cutest? Especially his little slippers.

images from The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves #47 (September 1974) by Jack Daniels and Steve Ditko

10 Responses to “Presenting the least-threatening werewolf of all time.”

  • Dav-El says:

    So the writer’s thinking, “I can’t put my real name on this crap. What to do…what to do….” Then he spies the label on the nearly empty bottle on his desk….which explains both the writer’s name AND the writer’s choices (“Freida Molchuk”? Really?)

  • MrJM says:

    Can’t blame Steve Ditko. We all draw silly stuff like that when we work with Jack Daniels.

    — MrJM

  • I was adoring those precious slippers of his and then saw your comment.
    Yes. Cute indeed.

    Poor Steve Ditko.
    For every Spider-Man (or Dr. Strange, etc…), there had to be a “very special” werewolf.


  • philip says:

    Did he step on a nail in that first panel?

  • Sallyp says:

    Why he’s simply adorable. Don’t you just want to scratch him behind the ears?

  • Rich Handley says:


    Where wolf?

    There wolf.

    There castle.

  • Casey says:

    Lemon wedge teeth!

  • Dutch says:

    I realize despite the reason he just draws it really good. Socks top and all. I still wish I could get it that close to right…

  • Scott Phillips says:

    I loved Charlton Comics. Never very good, but hypnotically entertaining nonetheless.

  • Casie says:

    Awww. Precious.