Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe in upcoming comic series

Dollman Tim Thomerson Albert Pyun

At the beginning of the '90s, legendary B-movie maker Albert Pyun was hired by Full Moon to direct a film called DOLLMAN, which was originally intended to be a play on the concept of THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN. But rather than make a movie about a shrinking scientist as expected, Pyun took the idea of a man of miniscule size and used it to create one of the greatest heroes in the Full Moon universe.

Pyun's Dollman, played by the amazing Tim Thomerson, was Brick Bardo, a police detective from a planet called Arturos. When Bardo chases a villain into space, the pair end up crash landing on Earth - where a person of average size of Arturos now stands just 13 inches tall. Bardo doesn't let his small stature stop him from busting crime, though, and after wiping out a gang in the first DOLLMAN movie he went on to fight other Full Moon characters in DOLLMAN VS. DEMONIC TOYS.

Now, taking a cue from Marvel Comics, who in the mid-'90s released a one-shot book called The Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe, in which the trigger happy vigilante did just as the title described, Full Moon Comix is set to release a new comic book series in which they will be unleashing Dollman on their entire rogues gallery.

Fantasm Media's Chris Alexander recently revealed that he is working with Full Moon Comix on this series, which is appropriately titled Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe. Posting an image of the first issue's cover, which promises a rematch between Dollman and the Demonic Toys, Alexander explained: 

Every issue, Dollman annihilates another famous Full Moon character - Castle Freak is next. 

The title, that cover, Alexander's description - that's all I need to know to be convinced that Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe is going to be one of the greatest comics ever created.

Artists like Tony Moore, Ben Templesmith, and Robert Hack are said to be working on the series. I can't wait to learn more about it. The most important piece of information I need: when can I read that first issue?

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