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Monday, October 04, 2010

"Eerie" Horror Comics - Issues 1-10 (1965-1967)


warren said...


I LOVE these! Always have. Thanks a ton.

Enjoying your countdown - hey what do you think of Guillermo del Toro trying to do 'Mountains of Madness' in film?

AND - do have you posted the soundtrack to 'CREEPSHOW'?

Zer0_II said...

@Warren: Thank you for taking the time to comment. It's always nice to get a little feedback so I can know whether or not I'm hitting or missing with my selections. I actually haven't heard anything about Guillermo del Toro trying to film Mountains of Madness, but then again I haven't been very up on current events lately. I'm glad you asked me if I posted Creepshow. I could have sworn that I had already put it up. I'll need to check and see if it is still in print, but if not I would be more than happy to.

j said...

yes please, keep it up!@! I adore retro horror, and have always had a hard time finding them. I appreciate the efforts.

billwabo said...

I've been searching for that kind of comics for a while. Remembers me of when i was a kid. Used to love those. Thanks and keep em coming if you can!