And a cool collection of classic comics for your enjoyment - All better than the film. Happy reading and watching.
Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962) Sci-Fi/Comedy.
Or download it at the Internet Archive.
@Atomic Kommie Comics: "Garden of Eden" Science Fiction. (1958).
"a tale with spectacular Jack Kirby/Al Williamson artwork combining both realistic 1950s spacesuits and architecture and way-out technology and alien costuming."@Four-Color Shadows: "Neptina, Queen of the Deep" Science Fiction (1939).
A story likely inspired by the Flash Gordon comic strip and Atlantis myths.
@Diversions of the Groovy Kind: "The Birth of Death" Fantasy. (1974).
B&W classic illustrated by Jim Starlin
@The Comic Book Catacombs: Jungo the Man-Beast in "The Giant Jaguar" (1946). Adventure.
"Phil Gant was famous for his movie serial role of "Jungo" until a blow on the head convinced him that he actually was the very jungle lord that he had been portraying."@Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine: Tarzan in "The Terribs" (1951). Adventure.
The original jungle hero.@The Horrors of It All: "Wolves of Midnight / The Horrible Trade" Horror.
"a double shot of horrific animal horrors"@Digital Comics Museum: Rocketman #1, Fight Comics #37, Forbidden Worlds #14, #23, #28, #34, #35, #37, #45, and #46.