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Preview: EEEK! Vol. 1

Posted By: Matt McGloin
Wed, 11/10/2010 - 08:19


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<?php echo $co;?>WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY: Jason PaulosCOVER BY: Aly Fell
176 pgs
B&W with COLOR section
Perfect Bound
Intended Audience: General Readers
Genre: Horror
ISBN13: 978-1-61724-010-2PRICE: $14.95ON SALE: NOVEMBER 2010Description:
Written and drawn by Jason Paulos (Mad Magazine, Hairbutt the Hippo, Green Lantern), EEEK! is a retro anthology paying homage to the
classic horror comics of the 50's, 60s and 70's, when the world was a bloodier, more ironic place and justice came for you whether you wanted it
or not.

Available thru Diamond, Haven and Tony Shenton

What people are saying about EEEK!
“Whether you’ve been a lifelong
fan of anthology horror comics or have yet to
discover the morbidly magical pleasures found
within them, EEEK! cannot be recommended
enough. --I can confidently prescribe this book.
However, I must warn you, side effects may include:
the willies, the creepies, the spookies
and the heebie-jeebies!”
“An intriguing mix of stories inspired by E.C.
and DC’s terror tales of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.”
--Brent Frankenhoff
Comics Buyer’s Guide
“Jason Paulos really has captured an era
of comic book releases and Eeek
deserves to find a much larger market.”
--Jeff Ritchie
“EEEK! shows us there is still an art form to
anthology horror with some of the best horror
tales this side of the new millennium!”
--Erik Hendrix
Zedura Magazine
“In the grand tradition of Eerie and Creepy,
EEEK! is an anthology that’s guaranteed to
satisfy your craving for classic horror comics.
From its time-honored parable story structure to
its homage inflected artwork, this collection
feels as though it could have been a lost
treasure from the 1970’s Warren magazines.”
--Tim Lenaghan
“Short tales of terror that will
send chills down your spine!”
--Rob Caprilozzi
“A fun collection of illustrated
terror tales featuring great art and a
wicked sense of humor, pulling it's inspiration
from all over the Silver Age horror comic
history map, occasionally even drawing from
50's pre-code terror and the late 60's and
early 70's Eerie Publication black and white
gore mags... Recommended!"
The Horrors of it All
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