Preview: VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES VOL. 8 by Maroto and Gonzalez

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Return with us to the golden age of black and white horror magazines, if you will…a time when captions were prolific, and things that looked like Gollum attacked lady vampires.

VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES VOL. 8
Howard Chaykin, Bill DuBay,
Roger McKenzie & more (w)
Richard Corben, Jose Gonzalez, Esteban Maroto, Ramon Torrents & more (a)
Enrich (c)
FC • 328 pages • $49.99 • Mature
Vampirella, the alluring icon of horror comics, bids you welcome! The raven-haired hostess guides you through over thirty classic tales of terror and suspense, reprinted from issues #50-56 of the celebrated 1970s Vampirella Magazine. Visionary creators including Jose Gonzalez, Howard Chaykin, and Richard Corben grace these pages with such spine-chilling tales as, “Rise of the Undead,” “Bowser,” “Call Me Pantha,” “Dr. Wrighter’s Asylum of Horror,” and “The Headless Horseman.”

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  1. Al™ says:

    I have always thought those Warren magazines were so amazing, with the best art. Gonzalez, Maroto, and Corben. Wow.

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