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Eerie s Terror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V1#7-V2#1 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Terror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V3#1-V3#5 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Terror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V3#6-V4#4 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Terror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V1#7-V2#6 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Terror Tales Giant 2

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V3#1-V4#4 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Terror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V2#2-V2#6 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between TERROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

The Weird Indexes of Eerie Publications

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Eerie s Terror Tales Giant 3

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. TERROR TALES was the second-longest-running series for EERIE at 46 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V4#5-V6#1 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles.

The Horror Comic Never Dies

Author : Michael Walton
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Horror comics were among the first comic books published—ghastly tales that soon developed an avid young readership, along with a bad reputation. Parent groups, psychologists, even the United States government joined in a crusade to wipe out the —and they almost succeeded. Yet the genre survived and flourished, from the 1950s to today. This history covers the tribulations endured by horror comics creators and the broader impact on the comics industry. The genre's ultimate success helped launch the careers of many of the biggest names in comics. Their stories and the stories of other key players are included, along with a few surprises.

The Covers of Eerie Publications

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An amazing collection of all 288 EERIE PUBLICATIONS covers in stunning, graphic, even disgusting color! WEIRD TERROR TALES HORROR TALES TALES OF VOODOO TALES FROM THE TOMB STRANGE GALAXY WEIRD WORLD TERRORS OF DRACULA WEIRD VAMPIRE TALES TALES FROM THE CRYPT WITCHES TALES Eerie Publications reused some of its covers, with variations. Both for completeness, and so you can appreciate the differences, we have included ALL covers.

Eerie s Horror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. HORROR TALES was the third-longest-running series for EERIE at 45 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V4#1-V4#5 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie s Horror Tales

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When Eerie Publications hit the scene in the mid-60's they hit upon an interesting idea for writing their horror stories --- they just wouldn't do it. Why pay writers, they apparently thought, when there were so many great horror comic stories already out there? So, Eerie took stories already in print, mostly from the early 1950s, and gave them to artists to redraw in a modern vein, generally more graphic, more gory. Sometimes the original story was reworked, but more often it was redrawn altogether. This was not, strictly speaking, legal --- in fact, it was piracy. Still, either no one noticed, perhaps thinking that the story seemed vaguely familiar at times, or no one was left from those companies to care. Either way, Eerie Publications put out some excellent work, and left comic historians with an interesting study. HORROR TALES was the third-longest-running series for EERIE at 45 issues, and contains some classic examples of the excellent stories of the Golden Age of Horror and the modern artistic interpretation - comic history from Gwandanaland! This book reprints the Issues V3#2-V4#5 --- NOTE: Eerie was not shy about reprinting stories, so you will find a lot of overlap between HORROR TALES and the other Eerie titles. PUBLISHED BY GWANDANALAND COMICS P.O. BOX 45 COPPER CITY MI 49917 906-281-3908 TO GET OUR LATEST CATALOG AND GUIDEBOOK WRITE TO [email protected] LOOK FOR US ON FACEBOOK (Gwandanaland Comics) Looking for some Gwandanaland conversation, news, updates, and information? Check out the reader-operated Facebook page: FOG Fans of Gwandanaland Comics IT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR THE LATEST.... EVERYTHING! Gwandanaland Comics(TM) is dedicated to the concepts, spirit, and the laws which govern copyright and the public domain. We are committed to publishing only those comics which are verified to be public domain. We take great strides and efforts to ensure that our books are legal and ethical. If you have any questions about any book or our process, please write to us at [email protected] Thank you.

Eerie Tales of Terror CC

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Heritage Signature Auction 811

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Eerie Archives

Author : Gerry Boudreau
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Slithering upon the heels of Dark Horse's archive collections of the seminal horror comics magazine Creepy comes its terror-filled cousin publication Eerie! Collected for fans for the first time ever, and packaged in the same amazing oversized format as the Creepy Archives, Dark Horse Comics has taken great, gruesome care in presenting this groundbreaking material to readers who have been waiting decades to get their claws on it.

Eerie Archives

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Collecting issues #61-#64 from the midseventies, this terrible tome features dark and dystopian tales from talents like Wally Wood (“Killer Hawk”), Alex Toth (“Daddy and the Pie”), Bernie Wrightson (“Cool Air”), and Richard Corben (“The Butcher”). Revel in the vengeful exploits of favorite recurring characters Dr. Archaeus, Coffin, Exterminator One, the Spook, and others! This deluxe hardcover also includes all original letters columns and color frontispieces, and painted covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian. * New introduction by Tom Neely (The Blot, The Wolf). * Bernie Wrightson brings to life the disturbing H. P. Lovecraft yarn “Cool Air”!

Eerie Archives

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The latest Eerie Archives volume reprints issues #65–#69 of Warren Publishing's frightful anthology of horror, fantasy, and science fiction and includes work by Alex Toth, Bernie Wrightson, Paul Neary, and others. Vivid covers by Ken Kelly and Sanjulian are reproduced, and a new introduction by John Cochran caps off this fine collection! * Legendary creators influential, experimental horror! "There's an astonishing assortment of style and craftmanship contained in each and every volume." –Mania.com

THE DREAMLANDS SERIES 20 Gruesome Tales of Terror in One Premium Edition

Author : H. P. Lovecraft
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This carefully crafted ebook: “THE DREAMLANDS SERIES: 20+ Gruesome Tales of Terror in One Premium Edition” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. This collection represents “The Dream Cycle” - Lovecraft's famous series of short stories & novellas. They concern themselves with "The Dreamlands," a vast, alternate dimension that can be entered via dreams. Evidently all dreamers see the Dreamlands slightly differently, as Atal, High Priest of Ulthar, mentions that everyone has their own dreamland. In the same sentence he says the Dreamlands that many know is a "general land of vision." The Dreamlands are divided into four regions: The West contains the Steps of Deeper Slumber (descended via the "Cavern of Flame") and the Enchanted Woods by which many enter the Dreamlands. Other points of interest include the port of Dylath-Leen, one of the Dreamlands' largest cities; the town of Ulthar "where no man may kill a cat," the coastal jungle city of Hlanith, and the desert trading capital Illarnek. Here lies the fabled Land of Mnar, whose gray stones are etched with signs and where rise the ruins of the great Sarnath. The South, home of the isle of Oriab and the areas known as the Fantastic Realms. The East, home of Celephaïs, a city dreamt into being by its monarch Kuranes, greatest of all recorded dreamers, and the dangerous Forbidden Lands. The North, location of the feared Plateau of Leng, home of man-eating spiders and the satyr-like "Men of Leng". Table of Contents: The Dreams in the Witch House Polaris Beyond the Wall of Sleep The White Ship The Doom that Came to Sarnath The Statement of Randolph Carter The Cats of Ulthar Celephaïs From Beyond Nyarlathotep The Nameless City The Quest of Iranon Ex Oblivione The Other Gods The Outsider Hypnos What the Moon Brings Azathoth The Hound Pickman's Model The Strange House in the Mist The Silver Key The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath The Case of Charles Dexter Ward ...

The Weird World of Eerie Publications

Author : Mike Howlett
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Eerie Publications' horror magazines brought blood and bad taste to America's newsstands from 1965 through 1975. Ultra-gory covers and bottom-of-the-barrel production values lent an air of danger to every issue, daring you to look at (and purchase) them. The Weird of World of Eerie Publications introduces the reader to Myron Fass, the gun-toting megalomaniac publisher who, with tyranny and glee, made a career of fishing pocketbook change from young readers with the most insidious sort of exploitation. You'll also meet Carl Burgos, who, as editor of Eerie Publications, ground his axe against the entire comics industry. Slumming comic art greats and unknown hacks were both employed by Eerie to plagiarize the more inspired work of pre-Code comic art of the 1950s. Somehow these lowbrow abominations influenced a generation of artists who proudly blame career choices (and mental problems) on Eerie Publications. One of them, Stephen R. Bissette (Swamp Thing, Taboo, Tyrant), provides the introduction for this volume. Here's the sordid background behind this mysterious comics publisher, featuring astonishingly red reproductions of many covers and the most spectacularly creepy art.

Terror Tales March 1969

Author : Eerie Publications
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The first issue of TERROR TALES dated March 1969, vol. 1, no. 7 (which is the first issue). Contains: "Gravestone for Gratis", "Skulls of Doom", "Two on the Aisle of Death", "Scales of Death", "Nightmare Merchant", "Frigid Fear", and "The Undying Fiend". The back cover of the original magazine contained the last page of the last story in the issue. We have moved it to the interior because the ISBN requirement would cover part of the story. In black and white.