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Creepy Archives, Vol. 9 (Creepy Archives #9)
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 c ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published February 22nd 2011 by Dark Horse Books
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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
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.
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 edi ...moreMore about Philip R. Simon...
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