Eerie Archives

Eerie Archives v15 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 25, 2014
Eerie Archives v15 (2014)

Eerie Archives v15 (2014)
English | CBR | 307 pages | 325.37 MB

Bizarre science fiction, dazzling high fantasy, dark psychological drama, and wild western adventure were all brought together with a thrilling sense of the macabre and united in Eerie magazine, Warren Publishing's unrivaled horror anthology! This volume in Dark Horse's acclaimed hardcover series collects all stories and bonus features from issues #70 to #74 - and includes jaw-dropping work from Howard Chaykin, Bernie Wrightson, Paul Neary, Gonzalo Mayo, Budd Lewis, and a host of other fan-favorite talents. Thrill to the ongoing, brutal adventures of Hunter, El Cid, and Coffin! From fanciful freaks to downright disturbing demons, Eerie Archives has something for every horror devotee! Foreword by Mike Ploog (Man-Thing, Werewolf by Night)!

Eerie Archives Vol.6 (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 8, 2013
Eerie Archives Vol.6 (2011)

Eerie Archives Vol.6 (2011)
English | CBR | 249 pages | 208.64 MB

Eerie Archives is back and more beastly than ever with a sixth specter-packed volume! Collecting issues #28-#32 of the legendary horror magazine, Eerie Archives Volume 6 includes work from such legendary artists as Gardner Fox, Vaughn Bode, Richard Corben, Frank Frazetta, and others, illustrating stories by some of comics' most beloved writers, including Archie Goodwin, Nicola Cuti, and Doug Moench. Pick up one of these lovingly produced monsters and see why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times bestseller list This volume includes a new introduction by frequent Eerie contributor Nicola Cuti!

Eerie Archives v20 (2015)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 3, 2016
Eerie Archives v20 (2015)

Eerie Archives v20 (2015)
English | CBR | 277 pages | 273.31 MB

Bipedal shark creatures, tattooed assassins, cursed family trees, and time-travel disasters fill the pages of Eerie Archives Volume 20! The Rook returns in continuing, longer adventures by Bill DuBay and Luis Bermejo. The interlocking "Fallen Angels" stories show how supernatural justice comes to a big city. The tales of Mac Tavish: Hero of Zodiac V and Abelmar Jones: Supernatural Ghetto Detective continue! Creators include horror maestros Bruce Jones, Bill DuBay, Alex Nino, Russ Heath, Jose Ortiz, and many others! Eerie Archives explores all things strange and horrific to deliver timeless, shocking, and experimental short stories to readers old and new! Collects Eerie #95-#99!

Eerie Archives v16 (2014) (Repost)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 16, 2015
Eerie Archives v16 (2014) (Repost)

Eerie Archives v16 (2014) (Repost)
English | CBR | 312 Pages | 331.60 MB

Eerie Archives v19 (2015)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 12, 2015
Eerie Archives v19 (2015)

Eerie Archives v19 (2015)
English | CBR | 280 pages | 318.18 MB

Deceptive aliens, towering beauties, hideous monsters, and time-traveling gunslingers populate the pages of Eerie Archives Volume 19! The Rook returns for more adventures with his dangerous crew, along with scores of aliens, classic creatures, modern terrors, and tales of human folly. Creators include horror masters Bruce Jones, Richard Corben, Bill DuBay, Alex Nino, Budd Lewis, Jose Ortiz, and many others! Eerie Archives explores all things strange and horrific to deliver timeless, shocking, and experimental short stories to readers old and new!

Eerie Archives v18 (2015)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 24, 2015
Eerie Archives v18 (2015)

Eerie Archives v18 (2015)
English | CBR | 267 pages | 260.47 MB

Eerie Archives v17 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 1, 2014
Eerie Archives v17 (2014)

Eerie Archives v17 (2014)
English | CBR | 296 pages | 308.06 MB

Cousin Eerie brings the gore! The Eerie Archive of terrifying horror, fantasy, and science fiction overflows with a bounty of black-and-white tales, always delivering bizarre twists and ironic punches! The latest volume in Dark Horse's award-winning hardcover series features early pieces starring Jim Starlin's Darklon the Mystic, gorgeous color covers by Frank Frazetta, the introduction of the time-traveling, gun-slinging Rook, and plenty of standalone scares. Collecting every story, letter column, and text piece from issues #81 through #85, Eerie Archives has something for every horror devotee!

Eerie Archives - Volume 16 (2014)  Comics

Posted by redrobinzee at June 16, 2014
Eerie Archives - Volume 16 (2014)

Eerie Archives - Volume 16 (2014)
English | CBR | 312 Pages | 331.60 MB

Eerie Archives v14 (2013)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 5, 2013
Eerie Archives v14 (2013)

Eerie Archives v14 (2013)
English | CBR | 275 pages | 283.40 MB

With stories by comic-book titans Bernie Wrightson, Richard Corben, Howard Chaykin, John Severin, and Archie Goodwin, this is one terrifying tome that you DO NOT want to miss out on! This volume also features an enlightening foreword by modern horror comics writer Joshua Hale Fialkov (I Vampire, Echoes) and reprints all Dear Uncle Creepy and Creepy's Catacombs text pieces and all color stories that appeared in this stellar 1970s run! Collecting the original Creepy issues #64 to #68, Dark Horse's deluxe reprint series continues to bring classic horror tales to new generations of readers in handsome, head-walloping hardcovers.

Eerie Archives v13 (2013)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 5, 2013
Eerie Archives v13 (2013)

Eerie Archives v13 (2013)
English | CBR | 275 pages | 283.31 MB

Includes classic tales by Bernie Wrightson, Bruce Jones, John Severin, and more, as the esteemed horror magazine hits another fruitful period of frightful delights in the mid-seventies! Collecting the classic Creepy magazines #60 through #63, Creepy Archives Volume 13 includes several color pieces by Richard Corben, Sanjulian, and Ken Kelly - with black-and-white stories throughout by Tom Sutton, Jose Bea, Bill DuBay, Jose Gual, and many others. This archival collection is a perfect repast for those starving for a ferociously macabre feast and features a foreword by Howard Chaykin and an afterword by Michael T. Gilbert!