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Internationally acclaimed artist and illustrator Richard Corben has been bringing his dark and viscerally brilliant vision to comics, graphic novels, and other art forms for more than four decades. And now, legend meets legend, as Corben turns his masterful hand and gut-wrenching signature style to this bloodcurdling collection of tales devoted to the monster that walks like a man, howls like a hellhound, and hungers for the hunt...
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
"A horrifying adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's classic by comics legend, Richard Corben. A betrayed man hunts down his wife and her lover only to stumble upon a gruesome puppet show based on his life. * Poe in comics! * 2012 Eisner Hall of Fame inductee. ""Atmosphere is key to sell the malevolent atmosphere and is pulled off in style by Corben, who makes you feel like you've been transported back in time¦""-Comic Book Resource".
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Terrible things stalk the forests outside Arkham in this chilling original tale from comics master Richard Corben! An arrogant city slicker on a quest to uncover the background of a young woman from the backwoods finds horrors beyond imagining, combining Lovecraftian mutations with Native American legends. * New from the Eisner Award Hall of Fame inductee! * The gold standard in horror comics for over 40 years! * An original tale of backwoods terror inspired by Lovecraft. He is the mainstay in my collection of original art and one of the most precise and admirable storytellers in the medium.Guillermo del Toro.
The greatest horror artist of all time adapts horror’s greatest author!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
“One of the most precise and admirable storytellers in the medium.”—Guillermo del ToroThe master of supernatural horror is back with bizarre tales of terror in his signature black-and-white style. Running through the entire series is the continuing story of Corben’s new warrior character, Denaeus, reminiscent of his best-loved creation, Den from the classic Heavy Metal series.New stories from 2012 Eisner Hall of Fame award winner Richard Corben!
Three wicked spins on the classic poems of Edgar Allan Poe hauntingly rendered in black and white-- along with the full texts of Poe's poems for comparison. This issue: "The Conqueror Worm," "The Sleeper," and "The Raven."
The celebration continues with a brand-new, all-color Finder story by Carla Speed McNeil, a prose piece from science fiction legend Harlan Ellison, the return of Michael T. Gilbert’s Mr. Monster, and much, much more!