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This was a great collection of Richard Corben's work from creepy and eerie magazine.
Incidently, Toutain, the Spaniard who had started the invasion of Spanish comic book artists at Warren, would be Corben's agent in Europe.
The black and white stories are excellent, but the remastered color stories are even better.
This contains a lot of corben but there is not any "Den" here. Den is his famous muscles-laden, bald character with a really big dick!!!!Published 1 month ago by daxmichaels
This was a great collection of Richard Corben's work from creepy and eerie magazine. Including colored stories and cover artwork. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Stephen Hiser
I was impressed with the thickness of the volume. Both the B/W and the color reproductions are top notch and the stories rock the house. Buy one today!Published 3 months ago by Captain Joint
This is a huge collection of stories of Richard Corben all in one volume. I'd forgotten about several of these stories but it certainly didn't make them any less enjoyable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by glen barry banks
It's been a long time since I have been able to just sit down and enjoy some old school horror comics. As usual Corben does not disappoint!Published 6 months ago by Akil Dukes
I got the online version so I could read it on my tablet, (highly recommended) and to be honest, I savored the entire book, it brought back many memories of when I read most of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've always loved Corben's art. I just wish he could have had a writer like Jan Strnad to work alongside more often. Read morePublished 8 months ago by EE
I really love Corben's more sustained worked, the full length graphic novels. His heroes bulging with muscles (and other manly attributes), heroines bulging, badguys drawn in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by wiredweird
This is a high quality art book on Richard Corben's work for Creepy and Eerie magazines. There is a good number of color illustrations throughout. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Karl Hopf