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Read Friday the 13th: Bloodbath comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Friday The 13th ( series) Complete. Collections / Wildstorm publisher; Pages: 6 issues; year; English comics; Size: mb. Tags: Friday The 13th. 1st volume of Wildstorm's Friday the 13th stories. nice artistic touch throughout the comic and offers an additional taste for your Friday the 13th obsession.
The daughter of George Arthur Witney, the owner of a traveling carnival called Doktor Geistmann's Carnival of Terror, Alice loathes her life, believing the carnival has ruined any chance she has for a better life. Jason, weakened due to his battle with Freddy Krueger , is knocked out after being hit and is collected by Alice and the other carnival workers, who decide to use him as the newest sideshow attraction.
While setting up the Jason display in a town, Alice learns from fellow carnival worker Kenton Freely that her mother had hated the carnival and that her father had lied to her - Alice's mother did not die in a carnival accident, she had actually died when George stabbed her to death after finding her and Kenton together; Kenton had been blackmailing George with this information, so he could embezzle from the carnival and eventually take it over.
Devastated by this news, Alice, becoming drunk, steals a laptop from one of the carnies and uses it to put Jason up for sale on an internet auction site called ZingBid. Passing out after putting Jason up for auction, Alice awakens to find Jason rampaging through the carnival, having woken after a teenage girl named Glo, who had been possessed by Pamela Voorhees , came in proximity to him.
After he kills the Pamela-possessed Glo, Jason falls comatose again and is taken by Alice, who drives away from the ruined carnival. Despite losing her laptop and being attacked by FBI agents and Jason when he briefly revives, Alice manages to reach a computer and successfully sells Jason to a shock rocker named Ross Feratu for five million dollars.
Friday the 13th: Carnival of Maniacs ends with Alice relaxing in a resort in the Caribbean , enjoying her new wealth. At Higgins Haven Andy gets into a juggling challenge with Shelly, and Debbie walks up to him, saying there are better things he could be doing with his hands.
Andy forfeits and leaves Shelly to his juggling while he and Debbie go upstairs. Later, after Chris and Rick go out for the night, Andy and Debbie finish having sex. Debbie then gets up to take a shower.
Andy handstands his way into the bathroom, asking if she wants a beer, to which she accepts. Andy is killed when Jason slices him in half at the groin with his machete. His halves are soon wedged in the rafters of Chris' room.
Annette and her boyfriend Steven are having a picnic in the woods when they hear a scream. Steven goes to check out the noise and sees Jason killing the local gravedigger Martin Bob Larkin. A panicked Steven runs back to Annette who asks him what is wrong, she and Steven board his motorbike but Jason approaches and impales Steven and her with his machete. Annie Phillips[ edit ] Annie Phillips is a character that appeared in the original Friday the 13th film played by Robbi Morgan.
She is a young teenage girl who hitch hikes her way to Camp Crystal Lake after being hired to work as the camp cook. Arriving in the area, she stops in a diner and one of the locals, Enos, agrees to drive her part of the way to the camp. En route, Enos informs Annie about the camp's notorious history, telling her about the two counselors, Barry and Claudette, who were murdered in , as well as mysterious fires and water contamination that occurred after the deaths of the two counselors.
Annie dismisses the warnings, stating that she can't just quit her job.
After Enos drops her off, Annie is picked up by someone else, whose identity is not revealed. During this second car ride, Annie tells the driver that she really likes children when she suddenly notices that they have driven past the camp. Annie, panicked, opens the passenger door and jumps out of the car.
However, the unknown driver stops alongside the road and pursues Annie into the woods. After a brief chase, the unknown driver of the car finds Annie and slits her throat. An employee of the supermarket S-Mart, he discovers his destiny as the "Chosen One" while vacationing at a cabin in the woods, where he and his friends raise the demonic "deadites" after reading from the Necronomicon.
Ash's friends are killed, and he loses his right hand to the deadites, which he replaces with a chainsaw. Ash's first appearance in the Friday the 13th series is the crossover comic Freddy vs.
Jason vs. Ash , in which he arrives at Crystal Lake to work at the town's S-Mart. Learning the legend of Jason Voorhees, he becomes convinced that Jason is some kind of deadite and travels to the Voorhees house to find and destroy the Necronomicon. Axel scares his girlfriend, a nurse named Robbie Morgan, but makes up for it by having sex with her.
Morgan is scared by Jason, and leaves. Axel, disappointed, starts watching aerobics and drinking coffee. Jason promptly slits Axel's throat with a hacksaw, before twisting his head around. Barry[ edit ] Barry Willie Adams is a character in the original Friday the 13th film.
He was a counselor at Camp Crystal Lake during the summer of and was the boyfriend of Claudette, a fellow counselor. After singing with the other counselors around a campfire, he and his girlfriend snuck away and secretly entered a cabin used for storage to have sex. Unbeknownst to the young couple, Pamela Voorhees was lurking and watching them. Eventually, she revealed herself to the teens, whereupon Barry attempted to convince her that they were just horsing around, but Mrs.
Voorhees stabbed him in the abdomen, killing him. Little information is given about this character, but he is notable for being the first murder victim of the entire series. Claudette then gave in and agreed to have sex with him.
Prior to that year if there was an emergency, a person would have to get in touch with a telephone operator who would then connect them with the police, etc.
This would have been the case in the year In the original film, several years later, a young teenage girl named Annie Phillips hitches a ride to the newly reopened Camp Crystal Lake. During the ride, Enos, the truck driver, briefly mentions the murders of Barry and Claudette, as well as a series of other follies that befell the former owners of the camp, in an ultimately futile effort to warn Annie of the possible dangers ahead.
According to the original Friday the 13th film, it is known that Pamela Voorhees swore revenge on the counselors of Camp Crystal Lake, whom she blames for her son's death. However, there is no information or evidence directly linking Barry and Claudette to Jason's drowning. But some fans of the film strongly suspect that these two counselors were in some way the ones responsible for Jason's death, while others do not.
This has resulted in a long-running debate among fans of the film. Barry and Claudette are featured or mentioned in some of the Friday the 13th comics which attempt to fill in some of the blanks.
It can be assumed that Barry was born some time in the s or very early s, which would have made him a teenager or perhaps place him in his early 20s in the year when he was employed and died on the job at Camp Crystal Lake.
Ben and his girlfriend Kate are attending a friend's birthday party with a group of other friends, when Michael appears to not show the pair head to Ben's van to have sex.
As they do they hear noises and the van starts to shake. Suspecting it's Michael playing a trick Ben goes outside, he is grabbed by Jason who crushes his skull to a pulp. An inhabitant of the Crystal Lake area, Big Red, due to abuse suffered at the hands of his family has several mental and physical handicaps, such as a missing eye and leg.
While fishing in Crystal Lake, Big Red discovers the hockey mask of Jason Voorhees and puts it on, which places him under the influence of Jason's soul. Setting out to kill all those he perceives as having hurt him, Big Red kills various members of his family before beginning to murder a group of teenagers who have come to Camp Crystal Lake in search of Jason. After all her friends are murdered, Kelly Boone, despite being severely injured, manages to kill Big Red, shooting and impaling him before managing to hack him apart with an axe.
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Unlike the other characters influenced by Jason, Big Red retains some level of his humanity, showing hesitation and unease about his actions several times. He also views Big Red as the opposite of Jason; whereas Jason grew up with loving parents, Big Red was raised by abusive and apathetic ones. A champion ultimate cage fighter , Butch, after being framed for a double homicide, is put on death row and disowned by his mentor and adoptive father.
While in prison, Butch is approached by media mogul Caleb Carson, who convinces him to compete as one of twelve contestants on his death sport reality show Extreme Elimination 2, promising Butch that if he wins the game Caleb will help him prove he was innocent of the murders he was imprisoned for. While on the Costa Rican island where Extreme Elimination 2 is set, Butch befriends fellow contestants Alexandra Coyle and Valkyrie Randall and together, the trio escape the island with a group of soldiers after a zombie plague spread by Jason Voorhees, a "special guest" on Extreme Elimination 2 who, after being exposed to an artificial virus, begins to emit a reanimating plague that causes his victims to come back as the undead.
After Valkyrie and the soldiers are killed either by zombies or Jason, who had reached mainland, Butch and Alex reach the compound of the soldiers' boss, Dr. Helen Cain, the person who accidentally created the "Jason Strain" virus while trying to artificially recreate Jason's apparent immortality. Using holographic technology developed by Dr. Cain's compound, where a cure for the Jason Strain which will not affect Jason, but will kill the infected and immunize the living is being released into the air.
Upon reaching the compound, Butch and Alex find Dr. Cain dying, having been shot repeatedly by soldiers working for Caleb Carson, who still believes he can salvage what is left of Extreme Elimination 2.
Before being captured by Caleb's soldiers, Butch manages to obtain the dosage of the Jason Strain cure meant to rid Jason of his plague spreading abilities from Dr. Put on a plane set for America, Butch, after Jason breaks free of his restraints and begins to kill everyone on the plane, learns from Caleb that he was the one who actually ordered the double homicide Butch was imprisoned for. The sequence where the SWAT team hits Jason with a mortar, the first soul transference between Jason and the coroner, the end when Jason is finally reborn back into his own body, the fight scene between Jason and Steven, Jason actually getting dragged down to Hell… all of these sequences are rendered so matter-of-factly by the comic adaptation that it just reeks of missed opportunities.
I should mention that I did find the coloring, by Evelyn Stein, to be pretty well done throughout, and nicely utilized to create an appropriately creepy mood. Tied as it is to the film script, I think it does a good job answering some of the questions the movie never got around to dealing with.
DUKE: Then maybe I should offer it to your daughter… …which gives Diana a more clear cut reason for her immediate dislike of Duke, and a better reason for the Sheriff to remove him from the diner. It lays out what their relationship was prior to the events of the film much more effectively than the movie ever manages. She marries George Kimble… leads to Jessica Kimble. The main instances where the writing falters are, as with the art, in the sequences that could have been improved or made more interesting with an addition here and there.
Instead, some of the more entertaining lines from the film are removed, and, remarkably, the coroner chomps into the heart even more abruptly than he did in the movie. I was about 15 years old when the Jason Goes to Hell comic was announced and released, and super pumped that Friday the 13th was finally getting a comic book of some sort.
Were these guys just, like, hiding out in the woods with SWAT the whole time? Some good backstory bits are given to Creighton Duke in issue one, indicating that he had previously hunted down a serial killer called the Idaho Skin Stretcher for less than half of what he is asking for Jason.
For those of you wondering, yes, the homoerotic shaving scene is cut. But Coroner Jason does still strip Josh down and tie him to a table with leather straps. LeMay, is really, really bad. Vicki leaving a baby in a cardboard box barely bigger than it is, on top of a four foot high countertop, remains just as appalling in the comic as it was in the movie.
Another sequence where the artist could have really gone to town, the melting Josh scene, is instead laughable and uninspired.
Goddamn it Jason Goes to Hell comic book.
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I like that the longer Jason hellbaby sequence is present in the comic, including the part — missing from every released version of the film, but glimpsed in the trailer — where the hellbaby grows to man-size and wrassles with Steven for a bit. And wow… there is some downright laughable stuff here. And then, panels later, she whips out a gun from what I can only assume is some sort of pocket dimension, and shoots him. The whole thing is just a mess. Having said all that, though, I really do love the art.
Identifying with fellow deformed, mask wearing psychopath, LeatherFace, Jason returns home with the clan, where he makes an attempt to fit in with their twisted family.
Ultimately, however, the abuse of LeatherFace by his older brother pushes Jason to intervene, and LeatherFace is forced to choose between his new defender, and his cannibal family. Upon reaching Manhattan, Jason kills all the survivors but Rennie Jensen Daggett and Sean Scott Reeves ; he chases them into the sewers, where he is submerged in toxic waste and dies. The FBI sets up a sting to kill Jason, which proves successful.
However, through mystical possession , Jason survives by passing his demon -infested heart from one being to the next. Though Jason does not physically appear throughout most of the film, it is learned he has a half-sister and a niece, and that he needs them to retrieve and reinhabit his body. The film starts off in ; Jason has returned after another unexplained resurrection.
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Jason escapes, killing all but one of his captors, and slices through the cryo-chamber, spilling cryonics fluid into the room, freezing himself and the only other survivor, Rowan Lexa Doig. A team of students years later discover Jason's body. On the team's spacecraft, Jason thaws from his cryonic suspension and begins killing the crew. Along the way, he is enhanced by a regenerative nanotechnology process, which gives him an impenetrable metal body.
Finally, he is ejected into space and falls to the planet Earth Two, incinerated in the atmosphere. Jason is a crossover film in which Jason battles A Nightmare on Elm Street 's villain Freddy Krueger Robert Englund , a supernatural killer who murders people in their dreams.
Krueger has grown weak, as people in his home town of Springwood have suppressed their fear of him.
Jason accomplishes this, but refuses to stop killing. A battle ensues in both the dream world and Crystal Lake. The identity of the winner is left ambiguous, as Jason surfaces from the lake holding Freddy's severed head, which winks and laughs.
The adult Jason Derek Mears kidnaps Whitney Miller Amanda Righetti , a girl who looks like his mother, and holds her prisoner in his underground tunnels. Eventually, Whitney uses Jason's devotion to his mother against him, stabbing him with his own machete while he is distracted when she appears.
When his body is dumped into the lake, Jason emerges from the water to grab Whitney and their fates are left unknown. In the alternate film ending, Chris, who is in the canoe, hears Rick's voice and immediately rushes back to the house. When she opens the door, Jason is standing there with a machete, and he decapitates her. In the novel, instead of being cremated, Elias has Jason buried after his death. The three-issue series was a condensed version of the film, with a few added scenes that were never shot.
Collins wrote a three-issue, non-canonical miniseries involving a crossover between Jason and Leatherface. The story involves Jason stowing away aboard a train, after being released from Crystal Lake when the area is drained due to heavy toxic waste dumping.
Jason meets Leatherface, who adopts him into his family after the two become friends. Eventually they turn on each other. They did not feature Jason explicitly, but revolve around people becoming possessed by Jason when they put on his mask. Jason and Jason X respectively. The Jason X series consisted of four sequels to the novelization of the film.
Jason X: The Experiment was the first published. In this novel, Jason is being used by the government, who are trying to use his indestructibility to create their own army of "super soldiers".
Bardox and his crew as they try to clone the body of a comatose Jason, and shows their efforts to stay alive when Jason wakes from his coma. Jason has a son in this book, conceived through a form of artificial insemination. The story takes place after the events of Freddy vs.
Knowing that Jason caused the recent destruction, Laura, unknown to her brother, sets out to kill Jason using a paramilitary group, so that she and her brother can sell the property. Written by Brian Pulido and illustrated by Mike Wolfer and Andrew Dalhouse, the story involves a group of teenagers who come from Camp Tomorrow, a camp that sits on Crystal Lake, for work and a "party-filled weekend".
The teenagers discover they share common family backgrounds, and soon awaken Jason, who hunts them. Jason X.
Written and illustrated by Mike Wolfer, the story takes place after the events of the film Jason X. A salvage team discovers the spaceship Grendel and awakens a regenerated Jason Voorhees. The comic has Jason being captured and experimented upon by the Trent Organization; Jason escapes and seeks out Violet, the survivor of Friday the 13th: Bloodbath, who is being contained by the Trent Organization in their Crystal Lake headquarters.
Friday the 13th: Church of the Divine Psychopath has Jason resurrected by a religious cult. Pamela is in search of Jason, who is now part of a traveling sideshow and about to be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
The first set was a six-issue miniseries involving Jason's return to Camp Crystal Lake, which is being renovated by a group of teenagers in preparation for its reopening as a tourist attraction.
The series depicts various paranormal phenomena occurring at Crystal Lake. Jason's actions in this storyline are driven by the vengeful spirits of a Native American tribe wiped out on the lake by fur traders sometime in the 19th century.
The two-issue comic book covers Pamela Voorhees' journey to Camp Crystal Lake and the story of her pregnancy with Jason as she recounts it to hitchhiker Annie, a camp counselor who was killed in the original film. The comic book provides new insight into the psychology of Jason Voorhees as he befriends a boy born with a skull deformity.
Jason vs. Ash , starring the two killers and Ash from the Evil Dead series. In this story, Freddy uses the Necronomicon , which is in the Voorhees' basement, to escape from Jason's subconscious and "gain powers unlike anything he's had before". Freddy attempts to use Jason to retrieve the book, stating it will make him a real boy.
Ash, who is working at the local S-Mart in Crystal Lake, learns of the book's existence and sets out to destroy it. The miniseries features Jason stalking a trio of teenaged hikers taking shelter from a blizzard in Camp Crystal Lake.
Ash, subtitled The Nightmare Warriors , was released by Wildstorm in Jason escapes from the bottom of Crystal Lake to resume his hunt for Ash, but is captured by the U. Freddy helps him escape and appoints him the general of his Deadite army, using the Necronomicon to heal his accumulated injuries and decomposition; it removes his natural deformities in the process.
At the climax of the story, Jason battles his nemesis Tommy Jarvis and his great-niece Stephanie Kimble ; Stephanie impales him before Tommy decapitates him with a shard of glass. Jason's soul is then absorbed by Freddy, who uses it to increase his own power. Miller felt it was a "creepy-sounding name", which was perfect for his character.
Victor Miller explained Jason was not meant to be a creature from the "Black Lagoon" in his script, and scripted Jason as a mentally disabled young boy; it was Savini who made Jason deformed. Miller's intention was to get as close to Carrie 's ending as possible. Before he could get started, Cunningham walked in and offered him a different part: Jason.
Without having read a single word, Cunningham just looked at Ari and said, "You're the right size, you've got it. The adult role of Jason Voorhees has been played by various actors, some not credited, others taking great pride in their parts. Due to the physical demands the adult character requires, and the lack of emotional depth depicted, many of the actors since have been stuntmen.
The most well known among them is Kane Hodder, who is cited as the best to play the role. The director Steve Miner felt it was the obvious direction to take the series, as he felt the audience wanted to know more about the child who attacked Alice in the lake. Miner decided to pretend as if Alice did not see the "real Jason" in her dream, and Jason had survived his drowning as a boy and had grown up.
Executive producer Frank Mancuso Jr. Miller, who has not seen any of the sequels, took issue with all of them because they made Jason the villain. Miller believes the best part of his screenplay was that it was about a mother avenging the senseless death of her son.
Miller stated, "Jason was dead from the very beginning; he was a victim, not a villain. Needless to say, I was disappointed. But I said, 'What the hell? Gillette auditioned for the role of Paul; that role eventually went to John Furey. Under the belief that he had attended the Hollywood Stuntman's School, Gillette was offered the role of Jason Voorhees. Gillette received credit for playing Jason, while Daskawisz was given credit as the stunt double.
When Part 3 was released the following year, Daskawisz was credited as Jason for the reused footage from the climax of the film.He kind of wanders around, kills a bunch of people on train, and eventually comes across Sawyerville, where Leatherface and Hitchhiker are stalking some poor soul. Morgan is scared by Jason, and leaves. Her boyfriend beats her, her classmates make fun of her, her father and stepmother bully her, and no authority figure will help her in any way.
Despite being released in , the chronology is very choosy, ignoring the history of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre stuff to make sure Leatherface and his brothers Cook and Hitchhiker are both alive. A man who lives in the Crystal Lake area, Ralph rides around on his bicycle telling people to stay away from Camp Crystal Lake which he refers to as Camp Blood or they will be killed, claiming he was a messenger sent by God to warn people of the campground's "death curse", always saying "Doomed.