Series: Eerie Archives

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Eerie Archives, Volume 1 by Shawna Gore1
Eerie Presents: El Cid by Budd LewisPresents El Cid
Eerie Presents: Hunter by Rich MargopoulosPresents Hunter
Eerie Archives, Volume 2 by Shawna Gore2
Eerie Archives, Volume 3 by Shawna Gore3
Eerie Archives, Volume 4 by Shawna Gore4
Eerie Archives, Volume 5 by Philip R Simon5
Eerie Archives, Volume 6 by Philip R Simon6
Eerie Archives, Volume 7 by Philip R Simon7
Eerie Archives Volume 8 by Dark Horse Comics8
Eerie Archives Volume 9 by Dark Horse Comics9
Eerie Archives Volume 10 by Doug Moench10
Eerie Archives Volume 11 by Rich Margopoulos11
Eerie Archives Volume 12 by Steve Skeates12
Eerie Archives Volume 13 by Gerry Boudreau13
Eerie Archives Volume 14 by Various14
Eerie Archives Volume 15 by Various15
Eerie Archives Volume 16 by Jim Warren16
Eerie Archives Volume 17 by Various17
Eerie Archives Volume 18 by Various18
Eerie Archives Volume 19 by Various19
Eerie Archives, Volume 20 by Various20
Eerie Archives Volume 21 by Jim Starlin21
Eerie Archives Volume 22 by Bruce Jones22
Eerie Archives Volume 23 by Doug Moench23

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Series description

The Archival reprint of Jim Warren's Magazine of gothic horror stories featuring the art of Gene Colan, Johnny Craig, Reed Crandall, Bill Draut, Jerry Grandenetti, John Severin, Angelo Torres and Alex Toth. Other artists included Wally Wood, Gray Morrow, Al Williamson, Neal Adams, Dan Adkins, and Steve Ditko.

The series is graced with covers by Frank Frazetta who passed away on May 10th, 2010.


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