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Creepy Archives, Vol. 10 (Creepy Archives #10)

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In this new, cranium-cracking hardcover collection, Dark Horse's award-winning Creepy Archives run continues to bring classic Warren horror anthology stories to modern readers Featuring a terrifying cover by acclaimed horror and fantasy illustrator Sanjulian, this latest excursion into terror brings us face to fang with the bizarre concoctions of Richard Corben, Doug ...more
Hardcover, 117 pages
Published July 19th 2011 by Dark Horse Books (first published July 5th 2011)
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Artur Coelho
Mar 27, 2013 Artur Coelho rated it really liked it
Ler dez volumes, correspondentes aos primeiros cinquenta números da clássica e lendária revista Creepy, é uma completa sobredose de terror sobrenatural. Este clássico do comic de terror editado pela Warren assumiu-se como herdeira do horror violento da EC Comics e safou-se aos limites do comics code ao adoptar o formato revista, deixando de estar abrangido pelo código aplicado à banda desenhada em formato comic. Com este subterfúgio conseguiu manter a tradição dos terrores que revoltam entranhas ...more
Bart Hill
Apr 22, 2014 Bart Hill rated it it was ok
This volume collects issues 46 -50. However, issue 48 was the 1972 annual issue, so what we are given is the covers and the table of contents as to what issue contains the original story that was reprinted in the annual.
I found issues 46 and 47 slow going and filled with uninteresting art and stories. However, I really enjoyed issues 49 and 50. One oddity, among Warren's many, is that a fan club story that originally appeared in issue 49 is reprinted in issue 50 under a different title and autho
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Jan 21, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it
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
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Philip R. Simon was raised in the heart of Cajun Louisiana and has been in Portland, Oregon, for eighteen years. He lives with his wife, two geriatric cats, over 150 filled comic book boxes, and a decent collection of vinyl records. Philip has worked in the editorial department at Dark Horse Comics for over twelve years, spearheading a wide variety of comic book and art book projects. He’s the ...more
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