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Creepy Archives - Volume 3 (reprints v1 11-15) by Archie Goodwin, John Benson, Otto Binder, Johnnie Craig PDF

By Archie Goodwin, John Benson, Otto Binder, Johnnie Craig

Enthusiasts of horror comics and jawdropping paintings, celebrate! darkish Horse Comics maintains to exhibit its commitment to bringing you the highestquality horror comics ever made with this 3rd bloodcurdling choice of Warren Publishing's groundbreaking horror journal Creepy. This landmark archive sequence brings readers, for the 1st time ever, each eerie tale from Creepy magazine's unique run, that includes paintings from the various top artists ever to paintings within the medium of comics. Frank Frazetta, grey Morrow, Alex Toth, Joe Orlando, and Angelo Torres are only a sampling of the artists whose paintings convey horror to existence in startling and gorgeously ugly aspect during this 3rd large gathered volume.

* beneficial properties artwork via Frank Frazetta, grey Morrow, Alex Toth, Joe Orlando, Angelo Torres, and others!

* positive aspects the unique backandwhite paintings meticulously restored, with the unique covers of every factor reprinted in luscious complete color!

"Since the inventory is far finer than the actual newsprint, visually, those pages are higher than the originals, with moodly, darkish blacks that punctuate the surprise endings." Publishers Weekly

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Publications crew, right down to a shot its in both Eerie Tales and Fass’ Shock Tales have a male editor of a Myron ghoul menacing a model on page (Basil Darkerton/Fass), a female associate (Vanessa Vampira/Pat 28 and the cover brute being portrayed by his Kahn), an art/photography credit and a production credit. brother Irving. With the ’60s on their way, Fass was stepping up to become a real player in the publishing game. Weird Mysteries is numbered only #1, whereas Eerie Tales is Vol. 1 #1; Fass was fond of volume numbers.

Publications crew, right down to a shot its in both Eerie Tales and Fass’ Shock Tales have a male editor of a Myron ghoul menacing a model on page (Basil Darkerton/Fass), a female associate (Vanessa Vampira/Pat 28 and the cover brute being portrayed by his Kahn), an art/photography credit and a production credit. brother Irving. With the ’60s on their way, Fass was stepping up to become a real player in the publishing game. Weird Mysteries is numbered only #1, whereas Eerie Tales is Vol. 1 #1; Fass was fond of volume numbers.

In the horror comic Gore Shriek #5 (Fantaco, 1988), editor Archie Goodwin reminisces about his days with Warren Publishing. When discussing the birth of Eerie, sister publication to Creepy, he mentions the magazine Eerie Tales (as “Eerie”) and how the rights to the name had lapsed, making the title fair game Opposite: Suspense V1 #4 (Sept. 1959) Brother Irving for Warren. Of course, Myron Fass was another interested party, joins the gang as the cover ghoul planning to publish his own EERIE. Did Fass think he had first Above: Myron, just hangin’ around, in a picture from Suspense #4 dibs on the name because of his involvement in Eerie Tales?

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