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  1. EERIE ARCHIVES Volume 10

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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 Sanjulian's legendary painted covers! As a special bonus treat, this volume also reprints two horror-themed, cut-out game spreads (complete with rules) created by Bill DuBay and reprinted in color! New foreword by Batton Lash! Learn More
  2. VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES Volume 5

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    Welcome to the coolest girl-meets-ghoul collection on the market. In this fifth volume you'll find stories that will bewitch and bedevil you. First off we introduce you to Pantha, Vampi's frequent partner, in a tale written by Steve Skeates and Auraleon! In addition is The God of Blood and Betrothed of the Sun God by Flaxman Loew and José Gonzalez. Harry Story by the incredible Jeff Jones and color by Richard Corben. And finally you can read her adventures as told by Doug Moench, Bill Dubay, Estaban Marato, Jack Butterworth and others! Learn More
  3. EERIE ARCHIVES Volume 11

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    Eerie Archives stalks through the mid-1970s with a macabre mix of short horror fiction, continuing creature features, and explosive experimentation! The latest installment in Dark Horse's Eerie Archives series collects issues #52 through #55 of Warren Publishing's legendary anthology. Will Eisner's Spirit shows up for two tantalizing color treats, and Richard Margopoulos and Paul Neary debut Hunter--- a demon killer in a deadly, postapocalyptic future! Seminal work by Al Milgrom, Doug Moench, Vicente Alcazar, Martin Salvador, and Esteban Maroto fill these potent pages. Lavish cover paintings by Sanjulian and Ken Kelly and a do-it-yourself werewolf board game top off a brain-blasting compilation that also includes a new foreword by former Warren editior and writer John Cochran! Learn More
  4. HARVEY HORRORS BLACK CAT MYSTERY Volume 1 Hardcover

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    Harvey Comics is best known for kid-friendly hits like Richie Rich and Little Dot. But like Atlas (Marvel) and EC, Harvey were perfectly happy to pull out all the stops on horror. Before the Comics Code, they produced many of the meatiest and wildest stories of gore and terror, ghosts and sudden death, strange creatures and madmen and madwomen. Comics fans consider their short but sweet run of horror next in line after EC, and equal to or better than the somewhat pedestrian fare from Atlas. Learn More
  5. HARVEY HORRORS TOMB OF TERROR Volume 1 Hardcover
    $48.00

    This collection includes Peter Normanton discussing the extreme violence in the work of artist Morris "Moe" Marcus, who studied under Burne Hogarth! But that's just the beginning. Here are the first wild issues of the horror stories that would give EC a run for their money. Here is Bob Powell, in stories like "Cavern of the Doom." "The Rat Man" and "The Dead Awaken," doing work that was ever bit as powerful as anything at EC. Plus much more. Learn More
  6. VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES Volume 4

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    Every Vampirella story plus the best of her back-up features are here, from a great period in the magazine's long history. Artists Estaban Maroto and Jose Gonzalez, in particular, brought the fine-line skills that made them famous in Spanish comics, to the Vampi saga. Both of them excelled at powerful fantasy work as well as drawing a voluptuous and yet very appealing and individualistic Vampirella, her loveliness contrasted with the dark forces at work in her bloody stories. Learn More
  7. HARVEY HORRORS WITCHES TALES Volume 1 Hardcover
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    I've said elsewhere the horror comics created by Harvey in the early 1950s came close to rivaling EC's own titles. This is the very beginnings of their horror line. Here' is "Launched in Blood," "The Dead Won't Due," "Phantoms in the Flames," "Tombstones to Tibet," "The Forest of Skeletons," "The Sewer Monsters," and much, much more--28 stories in all. Learn More
  8. FRAZETTA FUNNY STUFF Signed
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    This book is a whopping 256 page, large-format pages, culled from several key collectors to include each and every humorous text illustration and story Frank did circa 1944-1953! Includes the gorgeous (and scarce) fairy tale adventure from Happy #33, his first work from Tally-Ho Comics, exquisite "Looie Lazybones" stories, pre-dating his work on Li'l Abner by several years. It features a striking gold foil-embellished variant cover, adored with a never-before-published sexy gal illustration by Frazetta! Learn More
  9. EERIE ARCHIVES Volume 12

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    In the mid-1970s, Eerie began to integrate popular recurring characters into its classic mix of standalone horror stories with outstanding results. The demon killer known as Hunter stalks through the jungles of a post apocalyptic future, "Spook" glides silently through the bayous of the Antebellum South, and Dr. Archaeus prowls the streets of London seeking revenge against those how sentenced him to death! Bernie Wrightson is now a frequent contributor with stories in every issue. And here Richard Corben provides a FULL COLOR story in all five of these issues! Learn More
  10. PHANTOM LADY Volume 1 Hardcover
    $48.00

    Finally, a publisher is doing justice to this legendary comic book heroine who has become the epitome of what's now known as Good Girl art. The Phantom Lady actually began her comics career long before the Matt Baker-drawn issues that Fox began in 1947. She began as a back-up feature in Police Comics, which is where Jack Cole's Plastic Man and Will Eisner's The Spirit were the headliners and cover features. Learn More

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