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Show all 18 episodes. Self uncredited. Self as Tommy Maitland. Self - Supermensch. Self - Guest. The first, simply titled Halloween , was intended to be a one-issue special, but eventually two sequels spawned: Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes and Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes.
All of the stories were written by Phil Nutman, with Daniel Farrands—writer for Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers —assisting on the first issue; David Brewer and Justiniano worked on the illustrations.
Tommy Doyle is the main protagonist in each of the issues, focusing on his attempts to kill Michael Myers. The first issue includes backstory on Michael's childhood, while the third picks up after the events of the film Halloween H In , Michael appeared in the self-published comic One Good Scare , written by Stefan Hutchinson and illustrated by Peter Fielding.
The main character in the comic is Lindsey Wallace, the young girl who first saw Michael Myers alongside Tommy Doyle in the original film.
Hutchinson wanted to bring the character back to his roots, and away from the "lumbering Jason-clone" the film sequels had made him.
Written by Stefan Hutchinson and artwork by Marcus Smith and Nick Dismas, the story is about a photographer assigned to take pictures of Michael Myers.
As the photographer, Carter, follows Dr. Loomis; he begins to take on Loomis's obsession himself, until finally meeting Michael Myers in person, which results in his death.
In , Devil's Due Publishing began releasing more Halloween comic books, starting with a four issue mini series, titled Halloween: Nightdance.
Written by Stefan Hutchinson, Nightdance takes place in Russellville, and follows Michael's obsession with Lisa Thomas, a girl who reminds him of his sister Judith.
Lisa is afraid of the dark after Michael trapped her in a basement for days, and years later, he starts sending her disturbing, childlike drawings and murdering those around her on Halloween.
Meanwhile, Ryan Nichols is hunting Michael down after seeing him attack and kidnap his wife. In the end, Michael frames Ryan for the murders and buries Lisa alive.
An anthology collection inspired by John Carpenter's original film, Michael appears in various stories, tampering with Halloween candy , decapitating a beauty queen, tormenting Laurie Strode, and killing a school teacher.
Myers, after meeting producer Irwin Yablans , distributed John Carpenter's previous film Assault on Precinct 13 in England in His name was chosen as a tribute to this success.
John Carpenter has described the character as "almost a supernatural force—a force of nature. An evil force that's loose," a force that is "unkillable".
While on a class trip at a mental institution in Kentucky , Carpenter visited "the most serious, mentally ill patients". Among those patients was a young boy around 12 to 13 years old.
The boy gave this " schizophrenic stare", "a real evil stare", which Carpenter found "unsettling", "creepy", and "completely insane".
Carpenter's experience would inspire the characterization that Loomis would give of Michael to Sheriff Brackett in the original film.
Debra Hill has stated the scene where Michael kills a German Shepherd was done to illustrate how he is "really evil and deadly". The ending scene of Michael being shot six times, and then disappearing after falling off the balcony, was meant to make the audience's imaginations run wild.
Carpenter tried to keep the audience guessing as to who Michael Myers really is—he is gone, and everywhere at the same time; he is more than human; he may be supernatural, and no one knows how he got that way.
To Carpenter, keeping the audience guessing was better than explaining away the character with "he's cursed by some You know, someone who just kind of appears and, you know [mimics stabbing noise from Psycho ] instead of an actual human who you think you can talk to.
And no remorse, it's got no feelings, that's the most frightening, definitely. Schickel considered this the "definition of a good monster", by making the character appear "less than human", but having enough intelligence "to be dangerous".
Dominique Othenin-Girard attempted to have audiences "relate to 'Evil', to Michael Myers' 'ill' side". Girard wanted Michael to appear "more human [ He illustrated these feelings with a scene where Michael removes his mask and sheds a tear.
Girard explains, "Again, to humanize him, to give him a tear. If Evil or in this case our boogeyman knows pain, or love or demonstrate a feeling of regrets; he becomes even more scary to me if he pursues his malefic action.
He shows an evil determination beyond his feelings. Loomis tries to reach his emotional side several times in [ Halloween 5 ]. He thinks he could cure Michael through his feelings.
Daniel Farrands, writer of The Curse of Michael Myers , describes the character as a "sexual deviant". According to him, the way Michael follows girls around and watches them contains a subtext of repressed sexuality.
Farrands theorizes that, as a child, Michael became fixated on the murder of his sister Judith, and for his own twisted reasons felt the need to repeat that action over and over again, finding a sister-like figure in Laurie who excited him sexually.
He also believes that by making Laurie Michael's literal sister, the sequels took away from the simplicity and relatability of the original Halloween.
Nevertheless, when writing Curse , Farrands was tasked with creating a mythology for Michael which defined his motives and why he could not be killed.
He says, "He can't just be a man anymore, he's gone beyond that. He's mythical. He's supernatural. So, I took it from that standpoint that there's something else driving him.
A force that goes beyond that five senses that has infected this boy's soul and now is driving him.
Michael does not speak in the films; the first time audiences ever hear his voice is in the Rob Zombie reboot. Michael speaks as a child during the beginning of the film, but while in Smith's Grove he stops talking completely.
Rob Zombie originally planned to have the adult Michael speak to Laurie in the film's finale, simply saying his childhood nickname for her, "Boo".
Zombie explained that this version was not used because he was afraid having the character talk at that point would demystify him too much, and because the act of Michael handing Laurie the photograph of them together was enough.
Describing aspects of Michael Myers which he wanted to explore in the comic book Halloween: Nightdance , writer Stefan Hutchinson mentions the character's "bizarre and dark sense of humor", as seen when he wore a sheet over his head to trick a girl into thinking he was her boyfriend, and the satisfaction he gets from scaring the characters before he murders them, such as letting Laurie know he is stalking her.
Hutchinson feels there is a perverse nature to Michael's actions: "see the difference between how he watches and pursues women to men".
Hutchinson describes Michael as a "monster of abjection". When asked his opinion of Rob Zombie's expansion on Michael's family life, Hutchinson says that explaining why Michael does what he does "[reduces] the character".
That being said, Hutchinson explores the nature of evil in the short story Charlie —included in the Halloween Nightdance trade paperback—and says that Michael Myers spent 15 years "attuning himself to this force to the point where he is, as Loomis says, 'pure evil'".
He surmises that Michael embodies a part of everyone; a part people are afraid will one day "snap and knife someone", which lends to the fear that Michael creates onscreen.
For Michael, he had to kill to find some inner peace. As he took his sister's life, the police found a silent boy dressed as a clown at the scene.
Sending Michael to a mental institution was a feeble attempt to save the child. Unsuccessful therapy and nightly screams just made him even more introvert [ sic ] and deranged.
In , a study was conducted by the Media Psychology Lab of California State University, Los Angeles on the psychological appeal of movie monsters— vampires , Freddy Krueger , Frankenstein's monster , Jason Voorhees , Godzilla , Chucky , Hannibal Lecter , King Kong , the Alien , and the shark from Jaws —which surveyed 1, people nationwide United States , with ages ranging from 16 to It was published in the Journal of Media Psychology.
In the survey, Michael was considered to be the "embodiment of pure evil"; when compared to the other characters, Michael Myers was rated the highest.
Michael was characterized lending to the understanding of insanity, being ranked second to Hannibal Lecter in this category; he also placed first as the character who shows audiences the "dark side of human nature".
He was rated second in the category "monster enjoys killing" by the participants, and believed to have "superhuman strength".
Michael was rated highest among the characters in the "monster is an outcast" category. John Carpenter, serving as an executive producer and creative consultant for the sequel to Halloween , expressed his disagreement with Rob Zombie's portrayal of the character: "I thought that he took away the mystique of the story by explaining too much about [Michael Myers].
I don't care about that. He's supposed to be a force of nature. He's supposed to be almost supernatural. I want to be scared by something that I really think could happen.
I think it's much more horrifying to be scared by someone standing in the shadows while you're taking the trash out as opposed to someone who can't be killed pursuing you.
In Robot Chicken 's nineteenth episode, " That Hurts Me ", Michael Myers voiced by Seth Green appears as a housemate of "Horror Movie Big Brother ", alongside fellow horror movie killers Jason Voorhees , Ghostface , Freddy Krueger , Pinhead , and Leatherface.
Myers is evicted from the house, and takes off his mask to reveal himself to be the comedian Mike Myers , and utters his Austin Powers catchphrase, "I feel randy, baby, yeah!
Here, a spirit communicates with Hewitt's character by placing her in scenes from the deceased's favorite horror movies, and one of the scenes involved Michael Myers.
In one of the various merchandises to feature the character, Michael Myers made his video game debut with the Atari video game Halloween.
The game is rare to find, often being played on emulators. No characters from the films are specifically named, with the goal of the game focusing on the player, who is a babysitter, protecting children from a "homicidal maniac [who] has escaped from a mental institution".
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