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Creepy Archives Vol. 14 HC
(Dark Horse Comics)

With stories by comic-book titans Bernie Wrightson, Richard Corben, Howard Chaykin, John Severin, and Archie Goodwin, this is one terrifying tome that you DO NOT want to miss out on! This volume also features an enlightening foreword by horror comics writer Joshua Hale Fialkov (I, Vampire; Echoes) and reprints all Dear Uncle Creepy and Creepy's Catacombs text pieces and all color stories that appeared in this stellar 1970s run! Collects the original Creepy issues #64-#68. [(W) Doug Moench & Various (A) Howard Chaykin & Various (CA) Richard Corben]

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Creepy Archives Vol. 29 HC
(Dark Horse Comics)

From 1964 to 1983, Creepy magazine set the standard for horror in graphic fiction. Now, Dark Horse Books finishes the complete collection of the greatest horror publication in comics history with this final fear-filled volume. Featuring the work of Roger McKenzie, Alex Niño, Don McGregor, Victor de la Fuente and many more, and with hair-raising tales of bloodthirsty vampires, ruthless graverobbers, invisible men, alien creatures, and homicidal maniacs, these are still the comics that give you the creeps! Collects Creepy #141-#145.

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Eisner Hall of Fame inductee and Angoulême 2018 Grand Prix winner Richard Corben brings his favorite Edgar Allan Poe stories to life. Sixteen color tales from the award-winning and celebrated creator are collected-including a brand-new Poe adaptation, The Man of the Crowd. Masterful adaptations of such classics as The Raven, The Masque of the Red Death, and The Cask of Amontillado are included.

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Hellboy: Being Human (One-Shot)
(Dark Horse Comics )

A horrible witch and her zombie servant host a dinner party for a family of corpses, and Hellboy and Roger turn up to blast them all back to hell in this team-up story from Roger's early days at the B.P.R.D. Art by Richard Corben (Hellboy: The Bride of Hell, Hellboy in Mexico, Hellboy: The Crooked Man). Twenty-eight story pages of blood-curdling horror!

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Life in the big city has its problems: traffic, overpopulation, and crime, not to mention the brain-hungry living dead. But for hard rockers Straw and Whip, life among the flesh-eating populace is easy . . . until they meet a gun-crazy vixen named Betty. Collects Living with the Dead #1-#3. • Written by Dark Horse founder Mike Richardson!

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Rat God #3
(Dark Horse Comics)

An original tale of backwoods terror inspired by Lovecraft. Eisner Award Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben's new original horror tale is inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft and Native American mythology. Elwood travels further into his waking nightmare in the backwoods town of Lame Dog and the terrifying secrets that lurk in its cemetery.

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Rat God HC
(Dark Horse Comics)

Eisner Award Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben presents a chilling new story inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft! When city slicker Clark Elwood travels into the woods searching for his Native American girlfriend, he discovers a town of strange, threatening people, savage animals, and unspeakable fear. Collects issues #1-5.

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Shadows on the Grave HC
(Dark Horse Comics)

Richard Corben follows up 2014's Spirits of the Dead with a new collection of original short stories, ranging from gothic tales worthy of Poe, to Twilight Zone-style encounters with the weird, to a full-length fantasy epic featuring a barbarian reminiscent of Corben's most notorious creation, Den, immortalized in the 1981 animated film Heavy Metal. Collects Shadows on the Grave #1-#8.

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Written by DANIEL WAY Penciled by RICHARD CORBEN Cover by RICHARD CORBEN You want barbarian action? You got it! Nomad. Slave. Warrior. King. All of these describe the man known today as Starr the Slayer. But before he was any of those, he was simply an idea floating around in the head of Len Carson, a pulp novelist with ambitions of literary greatness. His dreams dashed and his career on the skids, Carson makes the fateful decision to revisit his most famous creation. But what he never expected was for his creation to revisit himin person! Let the smashing and slicing commence! Collecting STARR THE SLAYER #1-4. 96 pages. /Explicit Content.

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