Eerie Archives, Vol. 7

Eerie Archives Vol Eerie Archives returns with a seventh excursion into unchartered horrors breathtaking thrills and dark dark humor Discover why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times bes

  • Title: Eerie Archives, Vol. 7
  • Author: Philip R. Simon
  • ISBN: 9781595827036
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eerie Archives returns with a seventh excursion into unchartered horrors, breathtaking thrills, and dark, dark humor Discover why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times bestseller list and relish the best horror tales of the early 1970s, as these remarkable stories are now presented in a deluxe, hardcover format with a special foreword by EisnerEerie Archives returns with a seventh excursion into unchartered horrors, breathtaking thrills, and dark, dark humor Discover why Eerie Archives has made multiple appearances on the New York Times bestseller list and relish the best horror tales of the early 1970s, as these remarkable stories are now presented in a deluxe, hardcover format with a special foreword by Eisner Award winning artist Guy Davis

    One thought on “Eerie Archives, Vol. 7”

    1. This volume is a series of one shot stories with none of the recurring series or characters showing up, which really made for a good volume. The artist list is top notch as you'd expect from Eerie and the stories range from good to silly, but always entertaining.

    2. I was lucky and collected a full set of these magazines and got a chance to read the fantastic stories and enjoy the incredible art from many of the greats, many of who got their start here, from the comic world. If you like offbeat horror, supernatural, SiFi and just plan different stories then these are the magazines for you. Very recommended

    3. Finally finished this one. Not due to it being exceptionally dull or anything, it ended up being my toilet book at home. It is what it is- a fun little horror comic reprinted in a fancy-pants hardcover. Overall it was rather good, but nothing special or stand out to put it above the other volumes.

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