Tales from the Crypt #2: Can You Fear Me Now?

Tales from the Crypt Can You Fear Me Now More scary comics stories sure to shock The original EC comicbook series inspired a generation of young filmmakers including Stephen Spielberg John Carpenter and George Lucas as well as authors su

  • Title: Tales from the Crypt #2: Can You Fear Me Now?
  • Author: Neil Kleid Stefan Petrucha Exes
  • ISBN: 9781597070843
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • More scary comics stories sure to shock The original EC comicbook series inspired a generation of young filmmakers, including Stephen Spielberg, John Carpenter, and George Lucas, as well as authors such as Stephen King and R.L Stine Who knows which future superstars minds will be warped by this volume s collection of creepy comics The Garden is the shocking tale of aMore scary comics stories sure to shock The original EC comicbook series inspired a generation of young filmmakers, including Stephen Spielberg, John Carpenter, and George Lucas, as well as authors such as Stephen King and R.L Stine Who knows which future superstars minds will be warped by this volume s collection of creepy comics The Garden is the shocking tale of a man named Richard, who is promised beautiful women waiting on him hand and foot in paradise, all in exchange for completing one simple task Extra Life shows Andy Dabbstein s worst nightmare come to life, when what happens to him in virtual online fantasy game, Ogre Continent, also happens to him in reality Crystal Clear offers a frightening look at what happens to a gangster, with cell phone technology imbedded in his head, when one of his victims seeks revenge Slabbed depicts the dire consequences of what can happen to you if you sell a priceless collector s comicbook to the wrong dealer All stories introduced by The Crypt Keeper, and his fellow GhouLunatics, The Old Witch and The Vault Keeper, in classic pun filled CRYPT style.

    One thought on “Tales from the Crypt #2: Can You Fear Me Now?”

    1. I was able to garner the rest of the collection (sans #1, which I borrowed from my local library) from ! What a boon that site has become for me. I got turned onto this series while a substitute teacher for 5th Grade at Ross ES here in Lancaster, PA when a young lady was reading the Dead, Stinky Kid book as part of her Independent Reading time! It is such a kick that the types of comics that spawned Dr. Wertham's "Seduction of the Innocent" witch hunt campaign vs. comic books are being read open [...]

    2. Requested this from the library thinking it would be a bit more that just a large paperback sized book of only about 100 pages. And than the stories themselves are only lukewarm at that. The artwork is O.K. for what it is. Just kind of a disappointment overall.

    3. I know that there are people that oppose this type of comic since it supposedly deals with things teenagers should not read (some fifty's mentality still exists), but these people don't actually read the stories. In this volume, at least, those who do evil suffer, extremely, for what they have done.The first story deals with a guy who wants to become a rock star but makes no attempt to take care of the woman that stays with him. He lacks talent but refuses to recognize that. He ends up killing p [...]

    4. More fun, short scary stories told in the Tales From the Crypt tradition for younger readers looking for some gross-out goodness! I wish the stories were longer, though, but maybe the whole "leave 'em wanting more" sentiment is applicable here.

    5. I thought that this was a very interesting book ,because its kind of like a "TERROR" book which makes you get the chills and makes you want to keep on reading to see what happens next.It also was a good book because it leaves you wanting to hear more stories.

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