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Saturday, October 09, 2010

"Eerie" Horror Comics - Issues 11-20 (1967-1968)

Cover to Creepy #12

Panel from Creepy #13
Panel From Eerie #13
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Anonymous said...

Thanks these are great! I didn't have these. They seem to fit in well with your blog. And some of your Creepy issues were better quality than what I had found elsewhere.

Zer0_II said...

@Anon: Thank you for taking the time to comment. I'm glad you're enjoying these and I could provide you with a higher quality replacement for some of your Creepy issues.

Anonymous said...

All of these horror mags were fantastic. I used to read them when they came out at our small town, pool hall/magazine shope when I was 10 years old. Thanks so much for tall of these.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much..I am from Turkey.Some of these comic series had been published here in Turkey with the name "korku" (horror),and later "super korku "(meaning super horror tales)long years ago..These are unique to me..These issues are still very valuable for such old fans like me..Thanks a lot again..:))))

Anonymous said...

I really appreciate you posting these old Warren magazines, they take me back to better days. It's sad that Frank Frazetta and Jeff Jones both passed away recently, but their art lives on eh?


Misfit Malice said...

Oh my god! Thanks You so much! I had those when I was kid, until my parents decided to throw them up in the garbages...! I was so shocked when I noticed! Thanks for bringing me back in those times!!!

And YES!!! I defenetively would like You to pursue the posts about Eerie, Creepy, Haunt of Fear, etc! : )