Over 300 pages of timeless terror from a master storyteller! Horror comics visionary and coloring pioneer Richard Corben has been a voice of creativity and change for over four decades. For the first time ever, Corben's legendary Creepy and Eerie short stories and cover illustrations are being collected into one deluxe hardcover! With an informative foreword by artist and comic book colorist José Villarrubia-who also provides color restoration-this volume features Richard Corben's original stories, Edgar Allan Poe adaptations, and collaborations with cast of comic-book writers.
Terrible things stalk the forests outside Arkham in this chilling original tale from comics master Richard Corben! An arrogant city slicker on a quest to uncover the background of a young woman from the backwoods finds horrors beyond imagining, combining Lovecraftian mutations with Native American legends.
New from Eisner Award Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben, the gold standard in horror comics for over 40 years!
New terror from legendary artist Richard Corben reveals that six feet of soil can't keep a good man down! John Arcudi (_B.P.R.D._) and Julian Totino Tedesco (_Uncanny X-Force_) explore the aftermath of a deadly plane crash in the ghastly "Pack Leader." And join Ron Marz and Richard P. Clark for a delightfully twisted fairytale! New story written and drawn by Richard Corben (_Ragemoor_)! Creepy Family strips from Peter Bagge (_Hate_)!
In a bizarre land populated by hungry deadlings, cruel necromancers, and buxom cyclops, Tugat the warrior sets out to retrieve his lost horse Frix. This one-shot collects Richard Corben's standout run in _Dark Horse Presents_. The creator of _Den_ returns with more sci-fi horror! From the Eisner Award-winning artist of _Hellboy in Mexico_, _Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil_, and _Hellboy: The Crooked Man_! "Fantastic_Weird in that special Corben way."Major Spoilers
True-crime writer Phil Stanford tells a gritty tale from Portland's underbelly as he kicks off _City of Roses_ with artist Patric Reynoldsa new era for the _Crime Does Not Pay_ name! Plus, Richard Corben adapts a spine-tingling story by Edgar Allan Poe! A creator-owned comics celebration! 80 pages! No ads! The return of _Crime Does Not Pay_.
Killer apes and the return of the dead are presented in these two gothic horror Poe adaptations by Eisner Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben. * The greatest horror artist of all time adapts horror's greatest author! Some of the best comics of Richard Corben's career.�Comics Bulletin Horror fans need to add this one to their collection.�Newsarama
The fear of being buried alive is presented in two horrifying Poe adaptations by Eisner Hall of Fame inductee Richard CorbenThe Premature Burial� and The Cask of Amontillado.� Richard Corben's art. Man, the guy just gets better and better. There is no plateau. Corben is like an aged single malt whisky, with depth and maturity added by years.�Comics Bulletin
A town hidden in the dark woods holds frightening secrets and even more frightening residents! The one gentleman� in a town full of subhumans offers some answers, but no safety, for our wayward hero. * Lovecraftian horror from the Eisner Award Hall of Famer! He is the mainstay in my collection of original art and one of the most precise and admirable storytellers in the medium.�Guillermo del Toro
**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. [Corben] is the mainstay in my collection of original art and one of the most precise and admirable storytellers in the medium.�Guillermo del Toro
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, inhuman people, savage animals, and unspeakable fear. [Corben] is the mainstay in my collection of original art and one of the most precise and admirable storytellers in the medium.�Guillermo del Toro
Eisner Award Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben concludes his chilling tale inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft! City slicker Clark Elwood finds more than he anticipated in the spooky town of Lame Dog, ruled by an ancient power that draws its strength from occult savagery.
When the dead come to us in dream, in search of the truth, all manner of horrors are revealed. To save the dignity of a dead woman, Herbert must destroy the painting that killed her. But her brother is not ready to let her go . . . * Adapted by Eisner Award Hall of Fame 2012 inductee Richard Corben! "Corben shows the strength of the comics medium, particularly in the hands of a master artist like himself."ComicsBeat
**Corben adapts Poe!** A sickness resides in the house of Usher. Its history is cursed, its tenants plagued by abominable love, and it's hallways lined with coffins and the rotted dead. Things are about to get worse. * An incestuous nightmare brought to you by horror legend Richard Corben.
A horrifying adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's classic by comics legend, Richard Corben. A betrayed man hunts down his wife and her lover only to stumble upon a gruesome puppet show based on his life. * Poe in comics! * 2012 Eisner Hall of Fame inductee. "Atmosphere is key to sell the malevolent atmosphere and is pulled off in style by Corben, who makes you feel like you've been transported back in time_"-Comic Book Resource