Creepy Archives, Vol. 9

Creepy Archives Vol The latest volume in Dark Horse s award winning Creepy Archives hardcover run will shake rattle and obliterate your sanity as the stories from issues of Warren Publishing s landmark horror se

  • Title: Creepy Archives, Vol. 9
  • Author: Philip R. Simon
  • ISBN: 9781595826930
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The latest volume in Dark Horse s award winning Creepy Archives hardcover run will shake, rattle, and obliterate your sanity, as the stories from issues 42 45 of Warren Publishing s landmark horror series arrive as perfect antidotes to seasonal melancholy In the early 1970s, comic book legends like Bruce Jones, Gardner Fox, Richard Corben, Dave Cockrum, and Mike Ploog cThe latest volume in Dark Horse s award winning Creepy Archives hardcover run will shake, rattle, and obliterate your sanity, as the stories from issues 42 45 of Warren Publishing s landmark horror series arrive as perfect antidotes to seasonal melancholy In the early 1970s, comic book legends like Bruce Jones, Gardner Fox, Richard Corben, Dave Cockrum, and Mike Ploog conspired to bring readers wonderfully mixed anthologies of terror and suspense This volume also features a cover by celebrated fantasy and horror illustrator Sanjulian and a brand new foreword by comic book historian and writer Richard Arndt.

    One thought on “Creepy Archives, Vol. 9”

    1. There's a couple of good stories. And a couple more with good, interesting art. But on the whole it's pretty dreadful.

    2. I was lucky and collected a full set of these magazines and got a chance to read the fantastic stories and enjoy the incredible art from many of the greats, many of who got their start here, from the comic world. If you like offbeat horror, supernatural, SiFi and just plan different stories then these are the magazines for you. Very recommended

    3. Two stars make it sound terrible, but it's not. It's more Creepy and it is what it is. None of the stories really stood out for me in this one. Too many Spanish artist stuff which is fantastic art wise but seems to plod along as far as pacing goes. The whole thing seems uninspired.

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