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Slithering upon the heels of Dark Horse's archive collections of the seminal horror comics magazine Creepy comes its terror-filled cousin publication Eerie! Dark Horse Comics has taken great, gruesome care in presenting this groundbreaking material to readers who have been waiting decades to get their claws on it. Collected for fans for the first time ever, and packaged in the same amazing oversized format as its killer kin Creepy Archives, Eerie features work from many of the masters of comics storytelling, including Gray Morrow, Frank Frazetta, Alex Toth, Neal Adams, Joe Orlando, and others. For fans of spectacular spookiness, mind-bending sci-fi, and astonishing artwork, the New York Times bestseller Eerie Archives is a must-have.

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Slithering upon the heels of Dark Horse's archive collections of the seminal horror comics magazine Creepy comes its terror-filled cousin publication Eerie! Dark Horse Comics has taken great, gruesome care in presenting this groundbreaking material to readers who have been waiting decades to get their claws on it. Collected for fans for the first time ever, and packaged in the same amazing oversized format as its killer kin Creepy Archives, Eerie features work from many of the masters of comics storytelling, including Gray Morrow, Frank Frazetta, Alex Toth, Neal Adams, Joe Orlando, and others. For fans of spectacular spookiness, mind-bending sci-fi, and astonishing artwork, the New York Times bestseller Eerie Archives is a must-have.

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When publisher Jim Warren created Creepy magazine in 1962, he soon realized he'd hit pay dirt on a gruesome gold mine of great comics storytelling. Under the leadership of editor/writer Archie Goodwin, Warren's hit line of horrorcomics magazines grew another lurid limb with the introduction of Eerie in 1964, and soon there were two great horror magazines on the rack instead of one. Following in the fetid footsteps of our sinfully successful archive library of Creepy, Dark Horse is also proudly publishing its Eerie equivalent keeping chilling stories and incredible artwork in the family! * Includes astonishing artwork and classic stories from such comics legends as Gene Colan, Steve Ditko, Gray Morrow, Neal Adams, and Frank Frazetta! * Reprints classic Eerie stories originally published from 1966 to 1967. * A New York Times Bestselling series!

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Cousin Eerie is back with dozens more bloodchilling tales of terror and the macabre! Dark Horse Comics continues its groundbreaking archival reprint series, and this third installment of Eerie Archives is the spookiest yet! Eerie magazine was a newsstand fan favorite for years, but the original issues have long since been expensive and hard to find. Reprinted in its original size, this collection of classic horror storytelling and astonishing artwork from such luminaries as Jeff Jones, Wallace Wood, Tom Sutton, and Gene Colan is a fine addition to any horror fan's library. * Featuring stories written by Archie Goodwin, Russ Jones, Johnny Craig, and others! * Eerie Archives Volume 3 contains the beautiful blackandwhite magazine interiors, plus the gorgeous frontcover artwork, reproduced in full color!

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Join Frank Frazetta, Steve Ditko, John Severin, Gene Colan, Angelo Torres, and other legendary artists for an eerie excursion through the haunted halls of comics history, as Dark Horse Comics unleashes the fourth big volume of Eerie magazine archives. Vampires, ghouls, werewolves, and ax-wielding maniacs are only the beginning of the thrills you'll find inside this huge collection crafted by the most gifted storytellers the medium of comics has ever known.

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Volume 5 collects five issues of the seminal American horror magazine Eerie into one big collection. In the 1960s, publisher Jim Warren blew the competition out of the water and blew the minds of his readers with his magazine-sized horror comics Creepy and Eerie. Dark Horse's lovingly reproduced archives showcase the excellent storytelling and exceptional artwork featured in these magazines by amazing creators like Archie Goodwin, Frank Frazetta, Ken Kelly, and Steve Ditko. Don't miss this creepy, crawly keystone for any horror or comics aficionado's library. * Both the Creepy and Eerie archive series have made numerous appearances on the New York Times Top 10 list of graphic novels. * Featuring a cover by Frank Frazetta! * Art by industry favorites Reed Crandall, Steve Ditko, and Ken Kelly!

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Eerie Archives is back and more beastly than ever with a sixth specter-packed volume! Eerie Archives Volume 6 includes work from such legendary artists as Gardner Fox, Vaughn Bodé, Richard Corben, Frank Frazetta, and others, illustrating stories by some of comics' most beloved writers, including Archie Goodwin, Nicola Cuti, and Doug Moench! Pick up one of these lovingly produced monsters and see why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times bestseller list! * Collecting issues #28-#31 of the legendary horror magazine!

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Eerie Archives returns with a seventh excursion into unchartered horrors, breathtaking thrills, and dark, dark humor! Collecting issues #32-#36 of the legendary Eerie horror magazine, our latest foray into fear includes work from such renowned artists and writers as Richard Corben, Marv Wolfman, Ernie Colon, Doug Moench, Steve Englehart, Bruce Jones, Dave Cockrum, and Don Glut—a cornucopia of terror! Discover why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times Best-seller list and relish the best horror tales of the early 1970s. *A New York Times graphic novel best- seller! *Features work from comic-book legends like Richard Corben, Bruce Jones, and Marv Wolfman!

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Warren Publishing's outlet for everything fantastic, sinister, and otherworldly travels through the early '70s at light speed! This excursion features the work of comic-book luminaries Ernie Colón, Mike Ploog, and Dave Cockrum, as well as fan-favorite Eerie creators Doug Moench, Don Glut, Tom Sutton, Sanjulian, Esteban Maroto, and Steve Skeates. * Eerie Archives Volume 8 collects issues #37-#41 of the original Eerie magazine series.

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Eerie Archives Volume 9 collects issues #42-#46 of the original Eerie magazine run. This volume features classic stories from comic-book legends Richard Corben, Doug Moench, Reed Crandall, and Paul Neary, color covers by Luis Dominguez and Sanjulian, as well as mind-melting contributions from Eerie regulars Tom Sutton, Steve Skeates, Esteban Maroto, and Jerry Grandenetti. Whether traveling through space in "Someday" or trapped in a mad scientist's greenhouse in "The Root of Evil," you'll be mesmerized by these timeless tales of horror! This collection also reprints all color stories, letters pages, and articles from the original magazines and features a new foreword by Timothy Truman (modern Creepy, King Conan).

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Collecting issues #47 to #51 of Warren Publishing's legendary anthology, this volume contains seminal work from Warren luminaries and fan-favorite creators like Doug Moench, Steve Skeates, Esteban Maroto, Tom Sutton, Al Milgrom, Jaime Brocal, Bill DuBay, Paul Neary, and more! Complete with vintage ads, all original text pieces, the debut of the Eerie's Delights feature, and reproductions of Sanjulian's legendary painted covers, this is one series that just keeps getting better and better! As a special bonus treat, this volume also reprints two horror-themed, cutout game spreads (complete with rules) created by Bill DuBay and reprinted in color! New Foreword by Batton Lash! * Eerie hero Dax the Warrior returns! * A New York Times best-selling series!

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Collecting issues #52-#55 of Warren Publishing's legendary Eerie horror anthology, this deluxe hardcover features the character Hunter—the deadly demon killer of the future—making an explosive debut. Esteban Maroto continues his enchanting tales of Dax the Warrior, and Shreck struggles for survival on a dangerous, irradiated alternate world! A run of breathtaking covers by Sanjulian and Ken Kelly and a do-it-yourself Werewolf! board game top off this fine collection of 1970s horror tales!

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The latest deluxe hardcover features work by Bernie Wrightson, Richard Corben, and Paul Neary, lavish covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian, and an interplanetary romance by none other than Wally Wood! We're introduced to the Spook, a voodoo-inspired zombie hero of the antebellum south. We continue the post-apocalyptic adventures of Hunter and follow Dr. Archaeus as he tracks down each of the twelve jurors who sentenced him to death! Collects Eerie magazine #56-#60.

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Collecting issues #61-#64 from the midseventies, this terrible tome features dark and dystopian tales from talents like Wally Wood ("Killer Hawk"), Alex Toth ("Daddy and the Pie"), Bernie Wrightson ("Cool Air"), and Richard Corben ("The Butcher"). Revel in the vengeful exploits of favorite recurring characters Dr. Archaeus, Coffin, Exterminator One, the Spook, and others! This deluxe hardcover also includes all original letters columns and color frontispieces, and painted covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian.

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The latest Eerie Archives volume reprints issues #65–#69 of Warren Publishing's frightful anthology of horror, fantasy, and science fiction and includes work by Alex Toth, Bernie Wrightson, Paul Neary, and others. Vivid covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian are reproduced, and a new introduction by John Cochran caps off this fine collection! * Legendary creators influential, experimental horror! "There's an astonishing assortment of style and craftmanship contained in each and every volume." –Mania.com

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Bizarre science fiction, luminous fantasy, dark psychological drama, and wild western adventure—in the pages of Eerie, these genreswere brought together, twisted, and given thrilling touches of the macabre! This volume in the acclaimed Eerie Archives hardcover series collects all stories and bonus features from issues #70 to #74. * The continued adventures of Coffin, undead in the wild west! * Thrill at the eye-popping artwork! * Painted covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian, plus all text features and fan pages!

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A terrifying tome delivering a stunning variety of high fantasy, sexy science fiction, Victorian mystery, and modern-day adventure—all united by a common sense of profound horror! Richard Corben, Bruce Jones, Jim Starlin, and others deliver subtle shudders, scream- inducing terrors, and shocking twist endings in Eerie issues #75–#80! * The debut of Jim Starlin’s Darklon the Mystic series! * Marvel at Richard Corben’s sexy thrillers! * Foreword by Peter Bagge!

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Cousin Eerie brings the gore! The Eerie Archive of terrifying horror, fantasy, and science fiction overflows with a bounty of black-and- white tales, always delivering bizarre twists and ironic punches! The latest volume in Dark Horse's award-winning hardcover series features early pieces starring Jim Starlin's Darklon the Mystic, gorgeous color covers by Frank Frazetta, the introduction of the time- traveling, gun-slinging Rook, and plenty of standalone scares. Collecting every story, letter column, and text piece from issues #81 through #85, Eerie Archives has something for every horror devotee!

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Eerie Archives Volume 18 celebrates the unique horror work of Richard Corben. In addition to running some of the best Corben shorts from the seventies, this volume also includes a new interview between Corben and longtime collaborator José Villarrubia! Horror masters Bruce Jones, Bernie Wrightson, and Alex Nino also contribute!Collects Eerie #86-#89! * Exclusive new Richard Corben interview!

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Deceptive aliens, towering beauties, hideous monsters, and time- traveling gunslingers populate the pages of Eerie Archives Volume 19! The Rook returns for more adventures with his dangerous crew, along with scores of aliens, classic creatures, modern terrors, and tales of human folly. Creators include horror masters Bruce Jones, Richard Corben, Bill DuBay, Alex Nino, Budd Lewis, Jose Ortiz, and many others! Eerie Archives explores all things strange and horrific to deliver timeless, shocking, and experimental short stories to readers old and new!

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Bipedal shark creatures, tattooed assassins, cursed family trees, and time-travel disasters fill the pages of _Eerie Archives_ Volume 20!

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