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Eerie Archives Vol. 5

Volume 5 collects five issues of the seminal American horror magazine Eerie into one big collection. In the 1960s, publisher Jim Warren blew the competition out of the water and blew the minds of his readers with his magazine-sized horror comics Creepy and Eerie. Dark Horse's lovingly reproduced archives showcase the excellent storytelling and exceptional artwork featured in these magazines by amazing creators like Archie Goodwin, Frank Frazetta, Ken Kelly, and Steve Ditko. Don't miss this creepy, crawly keystone for any horror or comics aficionado's library. Both the Creepy and Eerie archive series have made numerous appearances on the New York Times Top 10 list of graphic novels. Featuring a cover by Frank Frazetta! Art by industry favorites Reed Crandall, Steve Ditko, and Ken Kelly!



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