Dark Horse's multiple award winning archive editions of Creepy have arrived at one of the most compelling and legendary eras of the horror magazine's epic run. Creepy Archives Volume 8 collects issues #37 - #41, which herald the beginning of the more psychedelic and strangely spooky stories that came into vile vogue with the onset of the 1970s. This gore - geously designed volume highlights work from amazing artists such as Basil Gogos, Ernie Colon, Vaughn Bode;, Ken Kelly, and others, and stories written by Nicola Cuti, Phil Seuling, Doug Moench, and other great monsterminds! * Creepy Archives Volume 1 was awarded the 2009 Will Eisner Award for Best Archival Collection. * qTerrifyingly good!q -Cory Doctorow, boingboing.netaa#39;5 moving . . . ita#39;e alive . . . ita#39;; alive! ita#39;s alivelllaquot;; and that triumph af make-up and pantomime, the Frankenllein Monster, built fram hodiol gathered from ille graves. the ... You will hear Ihat histark moment of creation in this album. a: Colin Clive and Dwight Frye live again. ... Maria Ouipemlraya, causing shiver; as the quake at the NEW l Ell i as: ii . ... one you will with to re-eirperience frequently , _ . whenever the moon is full, the lamp ll law, the winler winch are hawling, the midnight hauranbsp;...
|Title||:||Creepy Archives Volume 8|
|Publisher||:||Dark Horse Comics - 2010-12-07|