Horror Comics in Black and White
by Richard J. Arndt
Vampirella Archives Vol. 15
by David Allikas, Gerry Boudreau, Nicola Cuti, Bill DuBay, Michael Fleisher, Bruce Jones, Rich Margopoulos, Don McGregor
What terrors lurk within the final volume of the Vampirella Archives? The incomparable horror hostess offers you a guided tour of the Warren Publishing library, presenting the era’s greatest anthology of horror and science fiction by such comics luminaries as Bill DuBay, Gonzalo Mayo, Rich Margopoulos, Jose Gonzalez, Luis Bermejo, Nicola Cuti, Bruce Jones, and many more.
This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #104-112, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the "Feary Tales" feature on urban legends, the monthly "Scarlet Letters" column, "Vampi’s Vault" of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage advertisements.
by Archie Goodwin, Bud Lewis, William Dubay
A mosaic of morbid mayhem, Creepy Archives Volume 28 forms a petrifying picture of bloodthirsty bats, cultured cannibals, homicidal honeymooners, murderous mummies, and starving psychopaths! Featuring deadly dramas by a cavalcade of comics’ finest creators–including William DuBay, Archie Goodwin, Carmine Infantino, and Alex Toth.
Collects Creepy magazine issues 134-139.
James Warren, Empire of Monsters
by Bill Schelly
The definitive biography of the visionary publisher of Famous Monsters of Filmland, the magazine that inspired filmmakers Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Joe Dante, and many more. This heavily illustrated biography features eye-opening ― often outrageous ―anecdotes about Warren, a larger-than-life figure whose ability as a publisher, promoter, and provocateur make him a fascinating figure. In addition to Forrest J. Ackerman’s Famous Monsters of Filmland, he published Help!, a magazine created by MAD’s Harvey Kurtzman, which featured early work by John Cleese, Gloria Steinem, Terry Gilliam, Robert Crumb, and Diane Arbus; Creepy and Eerie