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Creepy Archives Volume 1

Sarah Zupko

Creepy Archives Volume 1 - Dark Horse [$49.95]

Horror film has never been more popular and so the timing of this collection of frightful stories from the pages of Creepy magazine's vaults is right on target. This first volume goes back to 1964 and winds up in 1966, reproducing the first five issues of the magazine in the exact size of the original, including the full-color covers. Another great contribution to the preservation of comics history from Dark Horse.

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