Creepy Archives, Vol. 7

Creepy Archives Vol Creepy Archives Volume collects a fascinating array of stories from the second great generation of artists and writers in the history of the world s best illustrated horror magazine As the s end

  • Title: Creepy Archives, Vol. 7
  • Author: Thomas Sutton
  • ISBN: 9781595825162
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Creepy Archives Volume 7 collects a fascinating array of stories from the second great generation of artists and writers in the history of the world s best illustrated horror magazine As the 1960s ended and the 70s began, the original, classic creative lineup for Creepy was eventually infused with a slew of new talent, with phenomenal new contributors like Richard CorbenCreepy Archives Volume 7 collects a fascinating array of stories from the second great generation of artists and writers in the history of the world s best illustrated horror magazine As the 1960s ended and the 70s began, the original, classic creative lineup for Creepy was eventually infused with a slew of new talent, with phenomenal new contributors like Richard Corben, Ken Kelly, and Nicola Cuti joining the ranks of established greats like Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, and Al Williamson This volume of the Creepy Archives series collects than two hundred pages of distinctive short horror comics in a gorgeous hardcover format This book reprints all of the original stories from issues 32 to 36 in crisp black and white and includes full color bonus page reproductions of each issue s cover.

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    521 thoughts on “Creepy Archives, Vol. 7

    • I remember hearing that Creepy magazine hit a low point, but I wasn't sure when that happened. Sadly, now I know. This was the weakest volume by far. The art was still good, as they used the same artists and the artwork was always of great quality. But the stories really got weak. When your stories are based on a twist ending, you really need a twist ending. These stories, at least for the most part, had flat endings. There is a silver lining, as the magazine did have a later resurgence. I'm not [...]


    • A mixed bag of stories some excellent some use middling. The spiritual successor to the EC Comics line wasn't getting the big names of its initial run but there are some gems from some golden age greats like Syd Shores, Reed Crandall, and Jerry Grandenetti; and newer stars like Tom Sutton, Ernie Colón, Pat Boyette, Rich Buckler, and Richard Corben.


    • A marked improvement over the previous few volumes. Archie Goodwin is back in the fold on this and it's incredible how the quality has bumped up with his return. Some of the stories are a little repetitive- they're bound to be in anthologies like this- but over all it was a good read and not a slog. Good stuff!


    • I was lucky and collected a full set of these magazines and got a chance to read the fantastic stories and enjoy the incredible art from many of the greats, many of who got their start here, from the comic world. If you like offbeat horror, supernatural, SiFi and just plan different stories then these are the magazines for you. Very recommended


    • Dark Horse have done a nice job with these old comics.Brings back the days when I was little and spending too many hours reading these.It is great to have them back.


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