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With the stories collected in this volume, Richard Corben forged a wholly original approach to modeling color in comics that influenced a generation of American and European comics artists – much of whose work went on to appear alongside Corben's in Heavy Metal – graphic designers and professional illustrators, while inspiring the side of many a stoner van. This volume collects these ground breaking works that were originally published by Jim Warren's Creepy and Eerie magazines in the 1970s and represent that publisher's greatest legacy. In addition to those adapted from the tales of Edgar Allan Poe, and those penned by Corben himself, the scripts for these works were written by some of the top story tellers of the time, including Gerry Conway, Don McGregor, Roger McKenzie, Doug Moench, Jim Stenstrum and Jan Strnad. Horror, science fiction, druggy humor and more. These stories map the porous border between the mainstream genre comics that preceded them, and the underground that gave rise to them. This 350 page oversize hardcover volume also collects many of Corben's classic covers for these mags. This is it: the definitive Corben collection! Recommended.