Back from the opened grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror artists of the known--such as Jack Cole, Bob Powell, Steve Ditko--and the unknown variety poured their tortured souls into these comics.
The best and rarest stories have been chosen with the help of top horror comic collectors, all lovingly restored and presented in full-creepy-color.
You will be thrilled,
From The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics, the brilliant Howard Nostrand's horror comics art was done during the height of the criticism against comics, that resulted in government investigations and the Comics Code. Nostrand's style was an incredibly skilled, perfect mashup of the EC artists Wally Wood and Jack Davis.
Nostrand assisted Bob Powell (the subject of the popular book Bob Powell's Terror), but these comics are
Ghastly Graham Ingels meets Jim Steranko! Get ready for a mind-bending walk on the weird side with the very best of Tom Sutton's 1970s horror tales for Charlton Comics! Sutton was at his most expressionistic and experimental with the scores of stories he drew for Charlton's "ghost" line, whose titles said it all: Creepy Things, Ghostly Tales, The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves, and more.
Showcased in Tom Sutton's
Ditko's Shorts is a fun and incredibly fascinating compilation of short comics one, two and three pages in length. Only a brilliant master could tell a dramatic, compelling tale in such compact form. You'll thrill as Ditko walks this exciting high-wire act without a net! The many stories contained in this hardcover are fast-paced and sport terrific, compelling artwork as only Steve Ditko can draw it! The genres show the
Gratuitous Gore! Multi-Monster Madness! Bound Beauties! Collected for the first time in a deluxe edition are the comics that deserve it the least: the infamous Eerie Publications' horror comics! Incredibly gory and crazy, the Eerie Pubs pushed the boundaries of good taste with blood-drenched, spine-cracking tales ripped (and redrawn) from the pages of Pre-Code horror comics. And who can forget those nausea-inducing covers? A dirty dozen of deadly, full-color covers