James Hargett comic
Arachne bring home her college boyfriend, Lupus, for dinner to meet her Uncle Cyrus. While she is tending to the meal, Cyrus recounts the tale of an ancient scroll which contains Arachne's secret weaving technique. Over dinner, he tells the tale of how it came into his possession and the tragedy which befell his niece's father. Later in the evening, Arachne tells the tale of a little girl with tuberculosis preserved in a doll until a cure could be found. Before Lupus is allowed to leave, he must share a story of his own. He tells a quick one of a hunter searching for a creature, the last of its kind, which has traversed several continents. The hour late and the moon full, Lupus runs off into the night revealing the reasons for his anxiety while Arachne is left clueless at home.
The comic has two stories and the first two thirds of the comic is an E-Man comic titled The Brain and the Bomb. The last third of the comic is a Knight story called Operation: Rotten Apple. Both stories are self contained complete.
Horror legend Bernie Wrightson's Creepy and Eerie short stories, color illustrations, and frontispieces are finally collected in one deluxe collection! These classic tales from the 1970s and early 1980s include collaborations with fellow superstars and Warren Publishing alumni Bruce Jones, Carmine Infantino, Howard Chaykin, and others, as well as several adaptations and original stories written and drawn by Wrightson during one of the most fruitful periods of his career! The infamous "Jenifer" is included, as well as Wrightson's fullcolor "Muck Monster" and adaptations of Poe and Lovecraft classics.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
The beautifully re-colored collection of Nic Cuti and Joe Staton's entire 10-issue E-Man run at Charlton Comics. Bonus materials include pieces done for Charlton Bullseye and original First Comics' Michael Mauser/E-Man reprint covers. A gorgeous and fun collection; all reprint collections should be done so well!
Horror anthology featuring various tales of the occult, mad science, and/or monsters. There was a brief publishing hiatus between issue #9 (February 1977) and #10 (September 1977). In issue #13, the series began featuring stories reprinted from other Charlton comics. Issue #17 is even a complete reprint of the series own #3, while featuring a new cover. Most of the stories are "narrated" by Colonel Whiteshroud.
The Charlton Bullseye was a magazine dedicated to the comics put out by Charlton. Published and edited by Bob Layton, it featured works from many future comics superstars, including Roger Stern and John Byrne. This first issue is the debut of Byrne's Rog 2000.