(W) David Lewman, David Lewman (A) Stephen R. Bissette, Tony Millionaire, Al Jaffee
Comics legends join with SpongeBob Comics regulars to weave weird water-logged tales for a spooktacular Halloween issue. In Derek Drymon's story "Drawn In," SpongeBob uses crayons to insert himself into an old Mermaid Man horror comic - with atmospheric art by Steven Bissette (Swamp Thing). Tony Millionaire (Sock Monkey) illustrates Drymon's rhyming romance of doomed love in "The Curse of the Flying Dutchman." And in "Dream Big" Gary goes Godzilla courtesy of Chris Yambar and painted art by MADman Al Jaffee! All this plus a night in the Fry Cook Museum, facts about the hideous angler fish, and SpongeBob's short career as a detective!
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