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MY FAVORITE MONSTER

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Laura, the Phoenix: Burn, Baby, Burn!The Phoenix may not be Dark Shadows’ best supernatural villain, but she was its first, paving the way for the kinds of stories that would become the backbone of television’s first gothic soap opera. Join us for a look back at the creepy charms of Laura Collins, motherly love ignited to a whole new, scorching level. The Drawing Room

http://collinsport.net/?p=47

Eve/Marie Roget: Eve came along during a period in Dark Shadows history when Dan Curtis clearly realized that what the show was suffering from was a lack of voluptuous RealDolls with big red sexy hair and adorable button noses. Plucky Chicken

http://pluckychicken.net/2012/07/27/my-favorite-monster-eve/

Angelique: After 368 incestuous episodes, along came the most lovely creature a young monster could dream of: the housemaid Angelique. Her stunning beauty was only surpassed by her quest for demonic vengeance. It was a win-win really. Stuff Monsters Like

http://stuffmonsterslike.com/2012/07/27/135-monsters-like-black-magic-women/

Jeb Hawkes: A Lovecraftian Pinocchio, Jeb Hawkes is a character who revels in his lack of humanity, constantly chomping at the bit to reveal his “true form” to anyone who crosses him.

http://www.collinsporthistoricalsociety.com/2012/07/my-favorite-monster-jeb-hawkes.html

Barnabas Collins: Originally the villain of Dark Shadows, Barnabas Collins eventually morphed into the anti-heroic, teen-magazine cover boy star of the show … but he was still a murderer. And even when he stopped (for the most part) chomping necks, he was still beating up his trusted assistant Willie Loomis and generally being a dick. Will McKinley

 

http://willmckinley.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/from-jonathan-frid-to-johnny-depp-comparing-barnabas-collins-1967-2012/