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Frank Frazetta Wolfman original artwork cover for Creepy #4, Warren Publishing.
Let's get the obvious out of the way upfront: Frank Frazetta is one of the most important and influential fantasy, horror, and science fiction artists of the past century.  Frazetta developed an aesthetic that has influenced thousands of other artists over the past sixty years.  Countless of his paintings are familiar icons to both fandom[...]
Creepy #66 Featuring Wrightson Beheading Cover At ComicConnect
Creepy fans who do not already have issue #66 are in luck Featuring one of the all-time best covers by artist Ken Kelly, this issue is highly sought after, and in good shape is a collectors dream.  The cover features a decapitation, in all of its glory Even if you already have this issue of[...]
Wanna Have A Nightmare? Check Out These Dancing Baby Groots From Disney
For creepy-ness factor I will go with the plastic one, those eyes are the kind that will find whatever darkness exists in your soul and try to exercise it out of you But…the creepy sack looking one has that weird smile on its face, and the way it gyrates its hips… wait, not gyrates but[...]
Just In Time For Halloween – It's The Creepy And Eerie Digital Sale From Dark Horse
By Tim Grimm Just in time for Halloween, Dark Horse is having a digital sale on their Creepy and Eerie titles, including their Eisner Award-winning Creepy Archives and Eerie Archives. The Creepy Archives MegaBundle includes volumes 1-19 Metaphorically weighing in at a hefty 5,213 pages and featuring the work of such comics luminaries as Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Al[...]
Thirty-Eight Thoughts About Thirty-Eight Comics – Doop, Captain Marvel, Kick Ass, Iron Fist, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, Nightcrawler, Deadpool, East Of West, Manifest Destiny, Invincible, Great Pacific, Shutter, Savage Dragon, Peter Panzerfaust, Batman Eternal, Batgirl, Justice League 3000, Superman/Wonder Woman, Constantine, The Royals, Lumberjanes, Deceivers, Creepy, Flash Gordon, Magnus, Shotgun Wedding, Sons Of Anarchy, Next Testament, Regular Show, Returning, Samurai Jack, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Powerpuff Girls, Judge Dredd, Indestructible, GI Joe, My Little Pony And The Maxx
Returns are not always so easy or fast to process… And note the bare footed Nightcrawler here in Deadpool #27- the sign that many thought indicated that Paul McCartney was dead. Shotgun Wedding #2 lays down some, like seriously deep philosophy, man… I don;t know I prefer to be a little optimistic, don't you? Don't listen to her,[...]
Cammy's Covers – Astonishing X-Men To Avengers Arena
Other than that, fantastic cover! Creepy #12 by Richard Corben with Dave Stewart I used to always associate Mignola's art with Dark Horse, but nowadays I find myself associating anything with Corben to Dark Horse even more With a classic title like Creepy, it's only appropriate to include a cover from a classic horror artist like[...]
Christopher Columbus Gets Creepy… Again
Last year at SDCC, it was announced that classic Warren Publishing horror anthology comic mags Creepy and Eerie (most recently released in archive editions from Dark Horse) would become tv series, with Christopher Columbus directing some episodes. Now comes word that Columbus will produce Creepy as a 4-part anthology film: Rights to both CREEPY and EERIE magazines[...]