Fright Night is a 1988 comic book series published by Now Comics. It is based on the 1985 film Fright Night; the first two issues adapt the film, but after that the plots are original. Charley Brewster is an average teenager who finds his world turned upside-down when vampire Jerry Dandrige moves in next door, he enlists the aid of horror movie star/TV host Peter Vincent to kill Dandrige and they're successful—but not before Charley's best friend, Evil Ed, is transformed into a bloodthirsty monster whom delights in tormenting his former buddy. Soon Peter and Charley team up to fend off a variety of monsters, including squid-men, a spider boy, aliens, a minotaur, an evil sorceress and the nefarious Legion of the Endless Night, a vampire coven which resurrects Jerry Dandrige. Aiding Peter and Charley on their adventures are Charley's girlfriend, Natalia Hinnault, whose father has ties to the vampire underworld. Featured are Evil Ed's minions, freelance reporter Dana Roberts and bartenders Donna and Jane, who all work in the nightclubs that he owns and perform in his band and the Vamps.
Seen are a group of mindless, nameless hippies who are continuously in search of a savior to follow, be it good or evil
Šok i nevjerica is the eleventh studio album by Bosnian rock band Zabranjeno Pušenje, released through Tropik in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Menart in Croatia and Serbia, on October 31, 2018. In 2017 and early 2018, the band recorded fourteen new songs in the Plavi Film studio in Zagreb, Croatia; the arrangement of all songs on the album was jointly signed by all members of the group. The song "Kupi nas Ali" was recorded with Bosnian rapper Sassja, while the song "Svjetla Sarajeva" was recorded with Damir Imamović, Bosnian singer and composer of Bosnian folk music. On December 11, 2017, the band released a music video on its YouTube channel for the first single from the album, "Nova godina". Music videos for "Kupi nas Ali" and "Irska" followed. On October 19, 2018, the band released the video on its YouTube channel for the second single, "Irska". Source: ZAMP