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Published June 1965 by Warren.

Stories in this issue include: Swamped! by Archie Goodwin and Angelo Torres; Tell-Tale Heart by Archie Goodwin and Reed Crandall (from the story by Edgar Allan Poe); Howling Success! by Archie Goodwin and Angelo Torres; Haunted! by Archie Goodwin and Gray Morrow; Incident in the Beyond by Archie Goodwin and Gray Morrow; and Return Trip by Arthur Porges and Joe Orlando. Cover by Frank Frazetta.

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Published by D.Vicente - dans Creepy Magazine
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Published April 1965 by Warren.

Stories in this issue include: Fun and Games! by Archie Goodwin and Joe Orlando; Spawn of the Cat People by Archie Goodwin and Reed Crandall; Wardrobe of Monsters! by Otto Binder, Gray Morrow, and Angelo Torres; Welcome Stranger by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson; I, Robot by Otto Binder and Joe Orlando; and Ogre's Castle by Archie Goodwin and Angelo Torres. Cover art by Frank Frazetta.

 

 

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Published by D.Vicente - dans Creepy Magazine
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Creepy (Magazine)

(1964-1985) ™ and ©1976 Warren Publishing Co.


When the Comics Code brought down EC comics in the mid-1950s, fans of horror comics faced the prospect of substandard, watered-down fare instead of their steady diet of well-illustrated blood and gore. James Warren answered their prayers in 1965 with Creepy, a deluxe black-and-white magazine (thus not subject to the Code) offering chilling tales in the EC tradition, told by the master artists and writers from the classic days—Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Al Williamson, and John Severin, plus Alex Toth, Neal Adams, and Bernie Wrightson.

Creepy was an anthology title, with four or five stories per issue hosted by the ghoulish “Uncle Creepy.” Original editor Archie Goodwin made Creepy and its companion, Eerie, a showcase of storytelling talent through the first several years. After Goodwin’s departure, Creepy slipped a bit, but continued to be a unique and influential publication into the 1980s.

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Published by D.Vicente - dans Creepy Magazine