Slithering upon the heels of Dark Horse's archive collections of the seminal horror comics magazine Creepy comes its terror-filled cousin publication Eerie! Collected for fans for the first time ever, and packaged in the same amazing oversized format as the Creepy Archives, Dark Horse Comics has taken great, gruesome care in presenting this groundbreaking material to readers who have been waiting decades to get their claws on it.
Warren Publishing's outlet for everything fantastic, sinister, and otherworldly travels through the early '70s at light speed! This excursion features the work of comic-book luminaries Ernie Colón, Mike Ploog, and Dave Cockrum, as well as fan-favorite Eerie creators Doug Moench, Don Glut, Tom Sutton, Sanjulian, Esteban Maroto, and Steve Skeates. * Eerie Archives Volume 8 collects issues #37-#41 of the original Eerie magazine series.
Dark Horse's multiple award winning archive editions of Creepy have arrived at one of the most compelling and legendary eras of the horror magazine's epic run. Creepy Archives Volume 8 collects issues #37 — #41, which herald the beginning of the more psychedelic and strangely spooky stories that came into vile vogue with the onset of the 1970s. This gore — geously designed volume highlights work from amazing artists such as Basil Gogos, Ernie Colon, Vaughn Bode;, Ken Kelly, and others, and stories written by Nicola Cuti, Phil Seuling, Doug Moench, and other great monsterminds! * Creepy Archives Volume 1 was awarded the 2009 Will Eisner Award for Best Archival Collection. * "Terrifyingly good!" -Cory Doctorow, boingboing.net
Dark Horse Comics and Archie Comics are back with over 200 pages of wild wackiness from all three series' Golden Age! The gang's all here: Archie's pal Jughead, his old antagonist Reggie and his lovely girlfriends Betty and Veronica - and when these zany teens get together, the laughs just keep coming. Collecting every Archie appearance from Archie Comics #39-#40, Pep Comics #76-#78, and Laugh Comics #35-#37.
King Acorn leads a brazen assault on Robotropolis with disastrous results, Sonic must acquire new weapons and allies to save Uncle Chuck, and Knuckles recovers from a vicious attack by embarking on a strange journey.
Over 300 pages of classic comics in deluxe hardcover format, continuing the complete collection of one of the most acclaimed magazines in the history of graphic fiction. Enter a howling maelstrom of gut-churning horror, mind-bending science-fantasy, and breathtaking adventure, all from the hallowed pages of Eerie magazine. Featuring over 300 pages of gripping stories by Archie Goodwin, Howard Chaykin, Jim Starlin, Wally Wood, Victor de la Fuente, and others. Collects Eerie magazines #126 to #131.
Gather up your wooden stakes, your blood-covered hatchets, and all the skeletons in the darkest depths of your closet, and prepare for a horrifying adventure into the darkest corners of comics history. Dark Horse Comics further corners the market on high-quality horror storytelling with one of the most anticipated releases of the decade - a hardcover archive collection of the legendary Creepy Magazine!
A History of Art in Alberta 1905-1970 provides, for the first time, a comprehensive coverage of the development of art in this western province of Canada between 1905 and 1970. It is a narrative beginning with two lonely modernists, Maxwell Bates and W. L. Stevenson practising Expressionism in isolated Alberta and the contrasting art of British-trained artists/teachers A. C. Leighton and H. G. Glyde. It then documents the extraordinary support of the Carnegie Corporation during Alberta's Depression; painting of the Alaksa Highway by Peace River artists Euphemia McNaught and Evy McBryan during WWII; post-war modernism featuring Expressionism, abstraction, sense of place, art of fantasy, art of social commentary, metaphor and non-objectivity; Alberta's crafts and the democratization of the arts; and public art. Townshend presents the full flowering of an authentic grassroots culture. She tells us what Albert's art to 1970s was rather than what it wasn't.
In 1992, the British Secret Intelligence Service exfiltrated from Russia a defector. Vasili Mitrokhin worked for almost 30 years in the foreign intelligence archives of the KGB, which in 1972 he was made responsible for moving to a new HQ just outside Moscow. He was congratulated by the head of foreign intelligence, Vladimir Kryuchkov (later the ringleader of the 1991 Moscow coup), for his success in transferring the archives and his devoted service to the state security authorities. Unknown to Kryuchkov, Mitrokhin - a secret dissident - spent over a decade noting and copying highly-classified files which, at enormous personal risk, he smuggled daily out of the archives and kept beneath his dacha floor.
Once, she could sense an opponent's attack coming. She was the ultimate fighting machine. All that has changed. With her fighting abilities impaired, Batgirl faces her greatest challenge. Lady Shiva returns to Gotham with her usual agenda: find a worthy foe and challenge him or her to a deathmatch. In this case, it's the new Batgirl! But Lady Shiva's not the only force in Gotham City to take notice of Cassandra Cain (Batgirl). A secret government agency is determined to capture Gotham's newest crime-fighter and will not stop until she is under their control. With the odds stacked against her, Cassandra continues the never-ending quest for justice.