à Read Ñ Bernie Wrightson, Master of the Macabre by Bernie Wrightson Ñ A collection a few of Wrightson s short comic stories They re all quite good Excellent art, derivative but effective stories The intro talks about how these stories were written while the artist was having fun, and it does come off that way they re not overly serious not silly though I found myself enjoying the read Most of the stories are from the early 70s, I think It s fabulous artwork, especially considering most comic art from that time.
Issue SeriesTurn Your Mind Back To The S Eisenhower Was In The White House, The Cold War Was Just Beginning, And The Great EC Comics Terrified Children Everywhere With Its Brilliantly Gruesome Horror Comics Before The Comics Code Authority Dictated What Could And Could Not Be Shown In Comic books, The Genre Was Filled With Ax Murderers, Alien Monsters, And Some Of The Best Horror Science Fiction Stories Ever PennedUnfortunately Most Of Us Were Born Too Late To Catch The original EC Comics Luckily, Pacific Comics Brought Back Their Flavor In The Work Of Bernie Wrightson, One Of The Great Masters Of Horror In This Fantastic Series So Read, If You Dare, But Make Sure You Leave A Light On You Never Know Who S Lurking Out There In The Dark The copy Goodreads supplies is deceptive Wrightson s career began 10 15 years after EC Comics He was published in the fan press, then National DC Comics, Warren, and Marvel, while in the 1970s and 1980s he was part of The Studio and advanced into book illustration with great versions of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and works by Stephen King.
Wrightson is a master of comics storytelling, illustration, and horror I bought each issue of this reprint series upon publication, and wish I still had them Pacific Comics went bust, then Eclipse Comics completed projects like these, and much later, Eclipse went bust Perhaps a fine publisher will bring this back to print A great collection of earlier works from Bernie Wrightson, truly the real Master of the Macabre.

Showcase of this legendary artist s co creator of Swamp Thing short horror comics from the late 60s early 70s, originally printed in pulp publications like Creepy and Eerie In the vein of EC and other dark pre code horror comics, but a bit graphic disturbing It s modern, still very pulpy Jenifer is a classic original story, same with The Muck Monster But there are dark covers of classics, too Lovecraft s Cool Air, Irving s Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Poe s The Black Cat This will get you in a Halloween vibe, for sure.
Masters of Horror season 1, episode 4 Jennifer I came of this graphic novel for Jennifer, which was only 10 pages out of it They were 10 very powerful pages These were some pretty graphic graphic novels dealing with sex and desire and the nature of both This is not a graphic novel for the faint of heart.