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WARREN & MISC. HORROR (Stanley, Eerie Pub, etc); Magazines = In stock FOR SALE ;

(A) WARREN Pub. Magazines;

(B) MISC. HORROR (Stanley, Eerie Pub, etc); Magazines;




(A) WARREN Pub. Magazines;


>>> VERY IMPORTANT; We are well stocked on almost all Warrens!

We have most in several different conditions! I sell them based of the rates below, as per condition (JUST a GUIDELINE);


>>> If you are interested in any more below, ASK for EXACT issue NUMBERS wanted, & EXACT CONDITION wanted; **** If that Condition is SOLD OUT, State what you 2nd choice of Condition would be. (You can just say "next highest" or "next Lowest" grade, whichever is preferred.)

OR Just state if you prefer highest or lowest grades available; >>> About 95% of ALL issues listed below ARE in stock! BUT NOT all Condition grades listed below are available on ALL issues;

>>> I have listed prices MOSTLY for VF, FN/VF, FN and VG copies = if FA, G, VF/NM & Up are preferred, please ASK;



About 25% are available in VF+, 8.5 thru NM 9.4 condition (Most HIGH GRADE copies

are listed on the “MANITOBA collection & Other High Grade Comics” section of our Website);


About 50% are available in VF condition!

About 60% are available in FN/VF condition!

About 70% are available in FN condition!

About 40% are available in VG condition!

About 25% are available in G condition!

About 15% are available in FAIR condition!



AFTER HOURS (JAY Pub Co = the Very First WARREN PUB Magazine; James Warren editor)

Volume-1 #1 (1957; RARE; 2-Page Nude Centerfold Pinup of BETTY PAGE; Night with a Latin Quarter Girl; East meets West; Luscious Red Riding Hood);

Volume-1 #3 (1957; RARE; LAS VEGAS issue; Gina Lollobrigida; Sophia Loren; Girls & Gambling in Las Vegas; Monte Carlo of America; Arlene the Venus fron Vegas Nude Pictorial; Joan Arnold Nude Pictorial; Vegas Brand of Cheesecake);

Volume-1 #4 (LAST issue; RARE; Anita Eckberg; Eve Meyer; MONSTERS article by Forrest J. Ackerman = Famous Monsters Prototype; SOLD OUT);



ALIEN Collectors Edition (Movie, One Shot; “Warren Presents”); #1 (12/1979; 68 pages; Squarebound Format; Official Authorized Edition for the first ALIEN film in the classic Horror/SF MOVIE series; Photo-c; Film starred; Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hurt & Ian Holm; Directed by Ridley Scott; Loaded with Articles & PHOTO's);



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BLAZING COMBAT (Warren Pub; B&W Magazine; 10/1965-7/1966; 68 pages)

#1(10/1965; LOW PRINT, SCARCE to RARE; Frank FRAZETTA Painted-c; *** Art by; Dan Adkins, Reed Crandall, Jeff Jones, Gray Morrow, Joe Orlando, John Severin, Torres, Alex Toth, Whitman; Store Credit NOT accepted on this issue);

#1 (10/1965; LOW PRINT, SCARCE to RARE; Frank FRAZETTA Painted-c; *** Art by; Dan Adkins, Reed Crandall, Jeff Jones, Gray Morrow, Joe Orlando, John Severin, Torres, Alex Toth, Whitman);

#2(Uncommon; Lower Print; Frazetta Painted-c; Crandall-a, Evans, McWilliams, Morrow, Orlando, J.Severin, Torres, Toth, Williamson;);

#3(4/1966; Frazetta Painted-c; Colan, Crandall, Morrow, Orlando, J.Severin, Torres, Toth, Wood;);

#4(7/1966; Frazetta Painted-c; Colan, Crandall, Evans, Heath, J.Severin, Torres, Toth, Wood; );



BLAZING COMBAT  (Trade Paperback; 8" x 10"; May/2010; by Archie Goodwin Editor; 220 pages; Fantagraphics Pub; ISBN #1606993666; Weight = 700 Grams; Collects the the legendary anti-war classic Blazing Combat comics published by Warren Magazines from 1965-1966; B&W comics plus 4 full-page color cover reproductions of #1-4; Written by Archie Goodwin; ART by Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood, John Severin, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, Russ Heath, Reed Crandall, and Gene Colan; They were among the best comics stories about war ever published, comparable to the EC War Comics of the 1950;  Archie Goodwin & James Warren discuss the death of Blazing Combat and market censorship & MORE in exclusive interviews. Nominated for a 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award: (Best Archival Collection/Project: Comic Books; ) ;



CHILLLER MONSTER TALES magazine (M.M. Pub.; Famous Monsters imitator; Photo’s & Articles; Comic-Type Pinup illos by comic artist Chic Stone)

Volume 1 #1(8/1966; 68 Pages; Frankenstein, Dracula & Giant Ant Painted-c by Chic Stone; 7 page interior Monster Gallery = Chic Stone-a; Dracula’s Guest; Monster Plants; THEM Giant Ants; House of Frankenstein; Island of Dr Moreau; Day of the Triffids; Murders in the Rue Morgue; );


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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND (Movie, One Shot; “Warren Presents” special; 1978) #1



Collector's Guide to Monster, Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Magazines (#1) by Bob Michelucci (ISBN: #0-911137-06-8; Imagine, Inc., 2/1988., Pittsburgh, PA, USA; 1988. 6 x 9" Trade Paperback. First Edition. 216 pages; Jack DAVIS Cover;. Perhaps the most Important Early Price Guide on Monster Mags; Includes :istings for; Castle of Frankenstein, Cinefantastique, Cinefex, Cinemagic, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Fangoria, Fantastic Films, Future, Monster Times, Monster World, Prevue, Screen Thrills, Spacemen, Starburst, Starlog & MANY More mags; Nearly 200 pages of Cover PHOTO's, including 8 pages of Color Plates;);




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COMIX INTERNATIONAL (Warren Pub; Full Color on quality paper; Collects Color Sections from Assorted Warren mags under new STIFF covers; Mail Order ONLY; 7/1974-Spring/1977; 84 pages; High Original prices = $5.00?; LOW Print Runs; #1 = Only 1000-2000 Copies? #2-5 = 3000-5000 Copies?);

#1 (7/1974; ALL Corben-a issue; LOW distribution & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#2 (1975; 2 x Dracula-s; Richard Corben, Berni Wrightson, Reed Crandall, Wally Wood, Esteban Maroto-a; The Raven = Richard Corben, Edgar Allan Poe-s; Anti-Christmas = Budd Lewis & Richard Corben; The Butcher: Forgive us our Trespasses = Bill DuBay & Richard Corben; Dracula: The Circus of King Carnival = Gerry Boudreau & Esteban Maroto; Dracula: The Winged Shaft of Fate = Gerry Boudreau & Esteban Maroto; Manhunters by Gerry Boudreau & Wally Wood; Purge! = Bruce Bezaire & Jose Ortiz; Janis! = Victor Mora & Luis Garcia; The Beast on Bacon Street = Budd Lewis and Reed Crandall; Muck Monster = Berni Wrightson; Profiles of Richard Corben, Reed Crandall, Wally Wood, Bernie Wrightson; )

#3 (1975; Child: Mind of the Mass! by Greg Potter and Richard Corben; Child: Childhood's End by Budd Lewis and Richard Corben; Wizard Wagstaff by Jack Butterworth and Richard Corben; Hard John Apple: An Angel Shy of Hell by Jim Stenstrum and Richard Corben; Harry by Jeff Jones; Dead Run by Jeff Jones; A Wonderful Morning by Fernando Fernandez; Puppet-Player by Jose Bea; Dax the Damned: Chess by Esteban Maroto; Mates by Doug Moench and Esteban Maroto; and Vampirella: Return Trip by Joseph Toutain and Jose Gonzalez. Includes artist profiles of Richard Corben, Jose Bea, Jeff Jones; );

#4-A (1976; REGULAR Edition VARIANT with 3 x CORBEN Stories including "the Woodlik Inheritance" - CORBEN-s/a; Believer! = Budd Lewis & Richard Corben; Power and the Gory = W. Eaton & Rafael Auraleon; The Freaks: A Thin Dime of Pain = Doug Moench & Leopold Sanchez; Child = Greg Potter & Richard Corben; Edgar Allan Poe's Tell-Tale Heart = Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall; Exterminator One = Bill DuBay & Paul Neary; Vampirella: The Monster Called Vampirella = Bill DuBay & Zesar Lopez. Artist profiles of Richard Corben, Reed Crandall, Rafael Auraleon;);

#4-B (1976; Scarcer VARIANT Edition, approx 1 in 4 copies, with 2 x CORBEN Stories, includes; HUNTER-s text begins "Killing Machines" - Dubay-s, Neary-a, in place of 3rd Corben-s; Believer! = Budd Lewis & Richard Corben; Power and the Gory = W. Eaton & Rafael Auraleon; The Freaks: A Thin Dime of Pain = Doug Moench & Leopold Sanchez; Child = Greg Potter & Richard Corben; Edgar Allan Poe's Tell-Tale Heart = Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall; Exterminator One = Bill DuBay & Paul Neary; Vampirella: The Monster Called Vampirella = Bill DuBay & Zesar Lopez. Artist profiles of Richard Corben, Reed Crandall, Rafael Auraleon; );

#5 (Spring/1977; Bowser = Jan Strnad & Richard Corben; The Succubus Stone = Gerry Boudreau, Carl Wessler, & Ramon Torrents; Vampirella: The Corpse with the Missing Mind = Bill DuBay & Jose Gonzalez; The Mummy: And an End = Steve Skeates & Jaime Brocal; Déjà Vu = Doug Moench & Esteban Maroto; Demons of Father Pain = Bill DuBay & Jose Ortiz; Origin of The Spirit = Will Eisner & Chuck Kramer; In Deep = Bruce Jones & Richard Corben; );


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CREEPY (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1964-1983) = IN STOCK;

(Scarce in STRICT VF+ or Better)

#1(1964; FRAZETTA-a; Davis-c; Williamson/Krenkel; Crandall; Morrow; Torres; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; Frazetta-a, his last-s in comics? 1st Warren All-Comics Magazine! 1st app Uncle Creepy;);

#2(4/1965; FRAZETTA-c; Orlando, Crandall, Morrow, Williamson, Torres-a; Adam Link: I Robot-s; );

#3(6/1965; FRAZETTA-c; Poe's Tell Tale Heart-s; Morrow, Orlando, Torres, Crandall-a; );

#3(6/1965; FRAZETTA-c; Poe's Tell Tale Heart-s; Morrow, Orlando, Torres, Crandall-a; );

#4 (8/1965; Classic WEREWOLF vs VAMPIRE cover by FRANK FRAZETTA; Gray Morrow, Al McWilliams, Angelo Torres, Reed Crandall art; 1 page Al Williamson art; Trial of Adam Link  story adaption by Otto Binder and Joe Orlando;;);

#5(10/1965; FRAZETTA-c; Williamson, Orlando, Toth, Torres, Crandall-a; Letter from Berni Wrightson; Bram Stoker's Judge's House; );

#6(12/1965; FRAZETTA / Krenkel-c; Williamson, Orlando, Toth, Morrow, Severin, Torres, Crandall-a; Adam Link-s; Edgar Allan Poe-s; Gargoyle-s; Abominable Snowman-s; );

#7(2/1966; FRAZETTA / Krenkel-c; Orlando, Toth, Morrow, Severin, Torres, Crandall-a; Robert Lewis Stevenson-s; );

#8 (4/1966; Morrow-c; Crandall, Evans, Tuska, Colan, Craig-a; Adam Link-s by Orlando; Coffin of DRACULA Part-1 of 2-Parts; );

#9 (6/1966; FRAZETTA-c; Fanpage sketch by Wrightson = 1st published-a; 1st WOOD-a & 1st DITKO-a issue; Toth, Morrow, Orlando, Crandall, Craig-a; Adam Link-s; Coffin of DRACULA Part-2 of 2-Parts; Overstreet states "LOW PRINT"; Scarcer issue; SOLD OUT);

#10 (8/1966; FRAZETTA-c; Fanpage sketch by Brunner = 1st published-a; Torres, Orlando, Craig, Morrow, Colan & Ditko-a; );

#11(10/1966; Frank FRAZETTA painted-c; Crandall, Orlando, Stallman, AdkinsNodel, Torres-a; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; SOLD OUT);

#12(12/1966; Morrow-c; Torres, Grandenetti, Ditko, Orlando-a; Adam Link-s; Voodoo-s; Werewolf-s; );

#13(2/1967; Morrow-c; Torres, Grandenetti, Colan, Crandall, Ditko, Orlando-a; Ditko-a; Adam Link-s; Bram Stoker-s; );

#14 (4/1967; Morrow-c; Neal Adams-a = 1st Warren work; Torres, Grandenetti, Colan, Crandall, Ditko, Orlando-a; Adam Link-s; Torres Bio; );

#15( 6/1967; FRAZETTA-c; Neal Adams-a = 2nd Warren work; Grandenetti, Ditko, Orlando-a; Washington Irving-s; Adam Link-s; );

#16(8/1967; FRAZETTA-c; Neal Adams, Jeff Jones, Crandall, Ditko-a; Frankenstein-s; Mastroserio Bio; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; )

#17(10/1967; FRAZETTA-c; Zombies-s; Severin, Orlando, Sutton, Whitman-a; MUMMY-s; Last Archie Goodwin as editor; );

#18(1/1968; Craig, Sparling & Crandall-a; Frankenstein-s; );

#19(SCARCER Issue; 3/1968; Johnny Craig-a; Rudyard Kipling adaption; );

#19(SCARCER Issue; 3/1968; Johnny Craig-a; Rudyard Kipling adaption; 1/3 Back Cover Missing, )

#20(5/1968; Williamson, Giordano, Crandall, Morrow, Tuska-a; );

#21(7/1968; H.P. Lovecraft's Rats in the Walls; Ditko & Torres-a; );

#22 (8/1968; Sutton-c/a; Crandall, Boyette, Torres-a; ASK);

#23(10/1968; Tom Sutton-c; Toth-a; Gargoyle-s with Torres-a; Werewolf-s with Sutton-a; store stamp on back-c; );

#24(12/1968; Ditko, Sutton, Adkins, Grandenetti, Crandall-a; );

#25(2/1969; Photo-c; Crandall, Colan, Adkins & Ditko-a; );

#26 (4/1969; Basil GOGOS; Colan, Grandenetti, Sutton, Morrow, Ditko-a; );

#27 (6/1969; FRAZETTA cover; Thane-c/s; Sutton, Ditko, Torres, Crandall-a; Dracula-s; );

#28(8/1969; Sutton, Adkins & Granenetti-a; Vampire-s );

#29 (Jeff JONES, Ernie Colan, Will Brown, Tony Williamsune, Grandenetti, Mastroserio-a; Frankenstein-s; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; );

#30 (11/1969; Ernie Colan, Tom Sutton, Roger Brand, Johnny Craig, Orlando & Royer-a; Carlos Prunes = 1st new Artwork by Spanish artist at Warren;);

#31(2/1970; BODE & Todd-c; Hewetson-s; Whitman, Sutton, Bill Black-a; );

#32 (4/1970; FRANK FRAZETTA-c; 13 page Harlan Ellison-s with Neal ADAMS-a; Bill Black, Royer, DuBay & Billy Graham-a; Overstreet Lists as "SCARCE"; *** SCARCEST issue in Warren Creepy series; has 1" "25" written in Black Felt pen on cover, otherwise decent );

#33(6/1970; Boyette-c/a & Bio; Crandall, Sparling & Sutton-a; Hewetson-s;);

#34(8/1970; Ken Barr-c/a; UnCommon issue; Sparling, Ken Kelly, Fantuccio, Shores-a; );

#35(9/1970; Kenneth Smith-c; Anti-Vietnam editorial by Warren; Sutton, Shores, Weiss & Boyette-a; Ken Barr bio; HITLER / NAZI-s; );

#36 (11/1970; Kenneth Smith-c; 1st Richard Corben-a at Warren issue; Sparling, Sutton, Buckler, Grandenetti-a; Frankenstein-s; );

#37(1/1971; Ken Barr-c; Boyette, Shores, Royer-a; );

#38(3/1971; Low Print Run & SCARCER; 1st Ken Kelly-c; Buckler, Shores, Royer-a; Cuti & Wally WOOD-a;);

#39(4/1972; Low Print Run & SCARCER; FIRST appearance of DAX the Warrior; Cockrum, Sutton & Maroto-a; First Uncle Creepy SOLO Story = Cousin EERIE appears; early Frank BRUNNER-a; );

#40(7/1971; BODE & Todd-c; Sutton, Marcos, Cockrum & Barr-a; );

#41(9/1971; Low Print Run & SCARCER; Kenneth Smith-c; Bruce Jones, Corben-a; Cuti & Wally WOOD-a; Loch Ness-s;CORBEN-a; );

#42(11/1971; 1st Sanjulian-c; Gardner Fox-s; Cockrum, Staton, Todd & Grandenetti-a; Letter from Frank Miller; );

#43(1/1972; Ken Kelley-c; Grandenetti, Mas-a; Bigfoot-s; Conway-s; 1pg Corben; );

#44 (1/1972; Segrelles-c; Tom Sutton-a; Nebot, Bolle, Bea, Salvador-a; 1st Mike PLOOG-a at Warren; Dorian Gray-s; );

#45 (5/1972; Enrich-c; Frank BRUNNER-a; Jacl Katz & Nebot-a; Tom Sutton, Remohi, Felix Mas & Jose Bea-a; );

#46(7/1972; Sanjulian-c; Maroto, Mas, Sutton & CORBEN-a; Bill DuBay becomes art director; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; )

#47(9/1972; Esteban Maroto, CRANDALL, Garcia, Salvador, Dominguez, Grandenetti, DuBay & Tom Sutton-a; ,);

#48 (10/1972; 1972 Annual / YEARBOOK; CRANDALL, Johnny Craig, McWilliams, Torres, Williamson, Wally WOOD, Severin-a; );

#49(11/1972; Sanjulian-c; Decapitation/Guillotine-c; Maroto-a; );

#50 (1/1973; Anniversary issue; Vampirella / Eerie / Creepy-c; Hewetson-s; Maroto, Milgrom, Crandall-a; Maroto Bio; );

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CREEPY (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1964-1983) = IN STOCK;

(Scarce in STRICT VF+ or Better)

#51(3/1973; Sanjulian-c; Warren's FIRST 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; BONDAGE Witch at stake-c; Maroto-a; );

#52(5/1973; Sanjulian-c; 8 page slick COLOR comic insert; Maroto, Crandall-a;);

#53(5/1973; Sanjulian-c; Maroto, Torrents, Abellan, Jose Bea, Auraleon, Tom Sutton-a; 1st app "IT"; Loch Ness-s;);

#54(7/1973; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Corben, Crandall, Sutton-a; );

#55(1973 ANNUAL; 8/1973; GAME = Creepy Crawly Castle; Color POSTER bonus, 76pgs; Torres, Williamson, Craig, WOOD, Severin & Morrow-a; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; );

#56(9/1973; Sanjulian-c; GAME = Monster Match; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; CORBEN-a; );

#57(11/1973; Sanjulian-c; GAME = Werewolf; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; CORBEN-a; );

#58(12/1973; Sanjulian-c; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; CORBEN-a; Halloween Horror issue; Gardner Fox-s; Crandall-a; );

#59(1/1974; Sanjulian-c; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Christmas Horror issue, CORBEN, Neary, Sutton-a; );

#60(2/1974; Sanjulian-c; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Mayo, CORBEN-a; CORBEN-a; );

#61(4/1974; Sanjulian-c; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Sutton, Summers, CORBEN-a; );

#62(5/1974; Ken Kelly-c, based on Wrightson's Black Cat; 1st Full Berni WRIGHTSON-a = 12 pages & Frontis; Edgar Allan Poe's Black Cat-s; Severin, Mayo, Summers-a; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; CORBEN-a; Ties with Vampi #33 for WRIGHTSON's 1st Pro Warren work; );

#62(5/1974; FA/G with COLOR comic insert MISSING )

#63(7/1974; Ken Kelly-c, 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; 10 Page Jennifer-s = 2nd Full WRIGHTSON-a; CORBEN-a; );

#64(8/1974; BODE/Todd-c; WRIGHTSON frontis in color; Chaykin, Corben, Sutton, Neary, Summers, Maroto-a; 84 page Squarebound Giant; With 16 pg slick COLOR comic insert; An Angel Shy of Hell = inspired the later HARD JOHN series; 1st Squarebound issue; );

#65(9/1974; Ken Kelly-c; 1974 ANNUAL; 100pgs Summer Giant with color insert; Poe's Tell Tale Heart-s; Maroto, Crandall-a; Gardner Fox-s; );

#66(11/1974; Ken Kelly-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; CORBEN-a; );

#67(12/1974; Ken Kelly-c; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; WRIGHTSON frontpiece, plus inside back-c; Poe's RAVEN-s; CORBEN-a; );

#68 (1/1975; 84 Pages; Christmas Horror issue; SANTA CLAUS and ELVES Christmas Massacre with Dismembered BODY PARTS Painted Cover by KEN KELLY; The Christmas Gnome of Timothy Brayle = Budd Lewis and Leopold Sanchez; Back Cover AD by Sanjulian; BERNI WRIGHTSON frontpiece & BIOGRAPHY; Anti-Christmas = EIGHT Page Slick COLOR comic insert Section with Gerry Boudreau story and RICHARD CORBEN art; The Stars My Salvation = Civil War Story by Doug Moench with John Severin art;  Christmas Eve Can Kill You =  Gerry Boudreau story with Vicente Alcazar art; Reflections in a Golden Spike = Gerry Boudreau story with Martin Salvador art; A Gentle Takeover = Budd Lewis story with Isidro Mones art;  Christmas Visit = Budd Lewis story with Isidre Monés art; );


#69(2/1975; Ken Kelly-c; All Edgar Allan Poe Special issue Part-1 of 2; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; CORBEN-a; );

#70(4/1975; Ken Kelly-c; All Edgar Allan Poe Special issue Part-2 of 2; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; CORBEN-a; );

#71(LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; 5/1975; Ken Kelly-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Special "Space & Time" issue, with all Luis Bermejo interior art; );

#72(7/1975; Ken Kelly-c; All Josep Gual-a issue; );

#73(8/1975; all Science Fiction issue; Ken Kelly-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; SF issue; Neary, Severin, Maroto, CORBEN-a; );

#74(10/1975; all Reed Crandall issue; 1975 ANNUAL / Yearbook; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; );

#75(11/1975; Ken Kelly-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; TOTH, Buckler & Wally WOOD, Severin & Neal ADAMS-a; );

#76(1/1976; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; Sanjulian-c; Simonson & WRIGHTSON frontpiece; TOTH-a; Severin-a; Edgar Allan Poe -s; );

#77(2/1976; Sanjulian-c; Christmas Horror issue; Clarice = 5pgs WRIGHTSON & Bruce Jones; Corben-a, WRIGHTSON frontpiece; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; TOTH, Severin & Neary-a; );

#78(3/1976; Sanjulian-c; LOW Print Run & Scarcer issue; Fantasy issue; TOTH-a; Severin & Wally WOOD-a; );

#79(5/1976; Sanjulian-c;Ortiz, Bermejo, ALEX TOTH, John Severin, Russ HEATH, Salvador & Blazquez-a; );

#80 (6/1976; Ken Kelly-c; Bermejo, Estaban Maroto, Jose Bea, ALEX TOTH, Salvador, Galvez, Ortiz-a; LOWER PRINT and SCARCER; );

#81(7/1976; Ken Kelly-c; Gremlins-s; Maroto, Neary & Severin-a; );

#82(8/1976; 1976 ANNUAL / Yearbook Summer Special; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; All MAROTO art issue; );

#83(10/1976; FRAZETTA-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Corben-a; 6pgs WRIGHTSON -a; Severin, Infantino, Heath, Corben, Williamson-a; 8pg Color insert; );

#84(11/1976; Ken Kelly-c; All-Horror SPORTS issue; Corben, Severin, Giordano, Infantino, Simonson-a; );

#85 (1/1977; Ken Kelly Painted cover; All MONSTERS issue; Abominable Snowmen/Yeti-c/s; Slime Monster; Aliens; Cannibals; Infantino, Simonson-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#86(2/1977; Ken Kelly-c; Christmas Horror issue; 9pgs Infantino & WRIGHTSON-a; Bruce Jones-s; Williamson-a; Severin-a; );

#87[3/1977; Planet Mars SF issue, New-a; E.R.Burroughs-s{John Carter satire}; Morrow, Infantino, Giordano, Wally WOOD & Reese, Severin-a; WRIGHTSON-c/a; );

#88([5/1977; Decapitation panels; Hickman-c; Chan, Maroto & Torrents-a; );

#89([6/1977; FRAZETTA-c from Blazinf Combat #1; All-WAR issue; 1st Alex Nino-a, New interior-a; Severin-a; )

#90(7/1977; Enrich-c; Infantino-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#91 (8/1977; FRAZETTA-c; 1977 Annual Yearbook; 8pgs WRIGHTSON-a; WOOD & Severin-a; TOTH-a; 6pgs WRIGHTSON & Jeff Jones-a; 8pgs ADAMS-a; Dave Sim & Russ Heath-a; );

#92(10/1977; FRAZETTA-c; Severin, Corben, Heath & Maroto-a; );

#93(11/1977; All Horror SPORTS theme issue; 4 x Infantino-a; Giordano, Severin, Alcala, Nino-a; MUMMY-s; );

#94(1/1978; Weird Children theme issue; Giordano, Cuti, Alcala, Nino-a; );

#96(3/1978; Nebres, Bermejo, Maroto, Salvador & Alex Nino-a; );

#97(5/1978; Frank FRAZETTA-c; Duranona, Ortiz, Sanchez, Salvador, Maroto, Nino-a; );

#98(6/1978; Infantino & Giordano-a; );

#98(6/1978; Infantino & Giordano-a; FA/G, Title/Letter page missing, all stories complete );

#99(7/1978; Larkin-c; MONSTERS theme issue; Pepe Moreno, Ortiz, Alcala-a; );

#100(8/1978, Larkin-c; Anniversary Special; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Marcos-a; Severin, Heath, Nino-a; Bruce Jones-s; 1st FOX-s by Cuti; );


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CREEPY (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1964-1983) = IN STOCK; (Scarce in STRICT VF/NM or Better)

#101(9/1978; JAWS {Shark} of Death special issue; Corben-c/a; 8 pg slick COLOR comic insert; Nino, Marcos, Alcala, Pepe Moreno-a; );

#102(10/1978; All MONSTERS theme issue; Bruce Jones-s; Simonson, Alcala-a; );

#103(11/1978; Simonson-c; 1978 Yearbook; Corben-a; Jeff Jones-a; Al Williamson-a; 12 pages WRIGHTSON-a; Edgar Allan Poe-s; );

#104(1/1979; Ken Kelly-c; Marcos, Alcala, Ortiz, Pepe Moreno, Austin & Alex Nino-a; );

#105 (2/1979; Maroto-c; Mayerick-a; Cuti-s/Heath-a; Nino, Pepe Moreno, Mayo, Severin-a; );

#106 (3/1979; STARLIN, Marcos, Mayerick-a; Quimby the Barbarian-s; );

#107(5/1979; Science Fiction issue; Pepe Moreno, Mayerik, Simonson/Austin-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#108(6/1979; Nino, Alcala, Marcos, Pepe Moreno, Mayerik-a, );

#109(7/1979; all ALIENS theme issue; Decapitation panels; Vampire-s; Neary, Mayerick, Pepe Moreno-a; );

#110(8/1979; Duranona, Nebres, Ortiz, Auraleon, Vaultz. Blasco-a; );

#111(9/1979; Mayerik / Janson, Duranona, Auraleon, Sanchez, Sato-a, );

#112(10/1979; CORBEN-c; Williamson, Severin, Simonson, Nino-a; );

#113(11/1979; 1979 Yearbook; all BERNI WRIGHTSON art issue; WRIGHTSON -c; Scarcer, due to high demand; );

#114(1/1980; STARLIN-a; Pepe Moreno, Marcos, TOTH-a; );

#115(2/1980; Sanjulian-c; Mayerick-a; Nebres-a; Hercules-s; );

#116(3/1980; End of Man issue; Mayerick, Nino, Nebres-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#117(5/1980; Ken Kelly-c; Infantino & Leialoha-a; Mayerick-a, );

#118 (6/1980; Enrich-c; Marcos, Mayerik & Infantino-a; );

#119(7/1980; All ALEX NINO Art - Science Fiction issue; );

#120(8/1980; Jeff JONES-c; Marcos & Infantino, Mayerick-a; );

#121(9/1980; all JOHN SEVERIN Art issue; );

#122(10/1980; Nebres, Alcala, Infantino, TOTH & Zeck-a; );

#123(11/1980; Ken Kelly-c; TOTH, Alcala & Infantino, Nebres/Mayerik, Adkins-a; );

#124(1/1981; TOTH, Alcala & Infantino, Nebres-a; );

#125(2/1981; Christmas Horror issue; Ken Kelly-c; Nebres, Nino, Alcala, Infantino & TOTH-a; LAST Squarebound issue; );

#126(3/1981; Ken Kelly-c; Nebres, Alcala-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#127(5/1981; Lindall-c; Salvador, Bermejo, Panaligan, Carrillo, Mayerick & Arnold-a; );

#128(6/1981; FRAZETTA-c; Frankenstein-s; Alcala-a; Abelmar Jones-s; Salvador, Draut, Carillo, Alcala & Bermejo-a; );

#129(7/1981; Easley-c; Neary, Infantino, Alcala, Nebres-a; Sinbad-s; );

#130(8/1981; Vampire-s; Alcala, Nebres, Pepe Moreno-a; );

#131(9/1981; Un-Common issue; Werewolf vs Dracula cover by Frank FRAZETTA; Nino, Nebres-a; );

#132(10/1981; CORBEN-c; All Richard CORBEN Art issue; Un-Common issue; );

#133(11/1981; Easley-c; Bruce Jones-s; Neary, Alcala-a; Un-Common issue; );

#134(1/1982; Ken Kelly-c; ; Nebres/Gene Day-a; Infantino & Wayne Howard-a; Mayerick-a; );

#135(2/1982; Peter HSU, Auraleon, Gan-a; Un-Common issue; );

#136(3/1982; Infantino, Marcos, Staton-a; Un-Common issue; );

#137(5/1982; Nebres-c; All AL WILLIAMSON Art issue; Krenkel/Williamson-a; Bruce Jones-s; Un-Common issue; );

#138(6/1982; Sanjulian-c; WRIGHTSON Frontpiece; Nebres-a; Un-Common issue; );

#139 (7/1982; 68 Pages; Rudy Nebres cover; All ALEX TOTH art issue; Daddy and the Pie = Bill DuBay story with ALEX TOTH art; The Monument = Archie Goodwin story with ALEX TOTH art; Grave Undertaking = Archie Goodwin story with ALEX TOTH art; Rude Awakening = Archie Goodwin story with ALEX TOTH art; Survival = Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth story with ALEX TOTH art; Phantom of Pleasure Island = Gerry Boudreau story with ALEX TOTH art; Unreal = ALEX TOTH story and art; SCARCER issue, due to Higher Demand;  );

#140(8/1982; CORBEN-c; Peter HSU-a; MUMMY-s; Un-Common issue; );

#141(9/1982; LOW Print Run & Scarcer issue; CORBEN-c; );

#142 (10/1982; 100pgs; All Angelo TORRES Art issue; LOW Print Run & Scarcer issue; WILLIAMSON/Torres-a; );

#143(11/1982; LOW Print Run & Scarcer issue; H.G. Wells Invisible Man = Alex NINO-a; );

#144 (1/1983; All Graveyard & Ghosts issue; VAMPIRE and BATS Painted Cover by FRANK FRAZETTA (Originally used on Creepy #5); Forgotten Flesh = Doug Moench story with Vicente Alcarar art; For the Sake of Your Children = Ed Fedory story with Jaime Brocal art; IT = 9 pages Tom Sutton story & art; In Darkness it Shall End = Doug Moench story with Vicente Alcazar art; The Ghouls = Carl Wessler story with Martin Salvador art; Berenice = Edgar Allan Poe story = Adapted by Rich Margopoulos story with Isidro Mones art;  The Terror-Stalked Heiress = Carl Wessler story with Jose Gual art; Notes that Forrest J Ackerman leaves Famous Monsters;  SCARCER High Numbered issue = Overstreet Lists as "LOW Distribution"; Second to Last issue in the Warren Series; );


#145(2/1983; LAST Warren issue; Reprints cover from Skywald's Nightmare #9; LOW Print Run & Scarcer issue; );

#146 (SCARCE; 1985; 1st HARRIS Resurrection issue; LAST issue in Series; LOW Print & SCARCE issue; 100 pages; Richard CORBEN-c; Severin/Wood, Russ Heath, Jeff Jones, Steve Bissette, Alex Toth, Wally Wood, John Severin, Roy G. Krenkel & Frank Frazetta art; SCARCE; $2.95 original Cover Price; );

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Best of CREEPY (Tempo Pub #12125; 1971; PBO = Paperback Original, 1st Collected edition thus; 8 x Classic Reprints from Warren's Creepy Magazine; Art by Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Angelo Torres, Reed Crandall, Alex Toth, Steve Ditko; >> Werewolf vs Vampire painted cover by FRAZETTA; );


CREEPY Yearbook 1968,1969,1970

CREEPY Annual 1971

CREEPY Annual 1972 [Cover says "Spooktacular"; Zombie Photo-c; Sutton-a(x3), Grandenetti-a, Torres-a(x2), Crandall-a(x2); Bram Stoker-s; Vampire-s; Zombie-s; );


CREEPY 1993 Fearbook (#1; $3.95-c; Harris Pub; Vampirella, Creepy & Eerie app-c/s; color; 52pgs; Vampirella-s=13pgs;Adam Van Helsing solo story; Art Adams-a; Bill Anderson-i; Brereton-c; Busiek-s; La Chance-a; Peter David-s; Magyar-i; Paquette-p; Villagran-i; Webb-p; );


CREEPY [Mini series; Book-1 thru Book-4; 52pgs;Deluxe Squarebound;

Stiff-c; B&W; All New; No ads; Pinup back-c; Harris / Dark Horse Pub; 1992; Painted-c; $3.95-c ]

(Brereton-c=1--3; Busiek-s=2; Cockrum-p=2; Gene Colan-p=1; Peter David-s=1--3; Doran-a=3; Fry-a=1,3; Guice-a=3; Howell-i=2; Infantino-p=2; La Chance back-c=2; Leialoha-i=1; Manley-a=3;

Mooney layouts=3; Stan Shaw back-c=1; Stan Shaw-i=2; Speigle back-c=3; Sutton-a=1--3; Viscardi-i=1)

#1--3 (Creepy & Eerie app in story)....


CREEPY THE CLASSIC YEARS

(Harris/Dark Horse TPBK; 148 pages; B&W; $12.95-c; 1991; New Kaluta-c; Art by; Frazetta, Torres(x2), Crandall, Craig, Adams, Toth(x2), G.Colan, Norman, Grandenetti, Orlando, Ditko(x2), Morrow, Jeff Jones, J.Severin, Williamson, Crandall! Wrightson = 2 spot illos; Davis= spot illos; Stories= Vampire,Werewolf,Dracula] 1st Printing =


CREEPY (Warren Mag)

Slick Color insert issues = #51,54--57,59--65,67,68,73,74,77,82,83,95,100,101;

Annual Giant issues = #48(10/72), 55(8/73; Color Poster bonus), 65(9/74;100pgs Summer Giant with color),

74(10/75;Summer Special), 82(8/76;Summer special,color), 83(10/76;Summer special,color,new-a),

91(10/77;92pgs Giant), 92(10/77; 100pg Super-Spectacular), 100(8/78; Anniversary Special; 92pgs,color);

102(10/78;92pgs), 112(10/79;92pgs), 142(100pgs;10/82);


CREEPY (Warren Mag) STORIES & NOTES =

Alcoholic-s=125; Baby Jesus Xmas-s=135; Bikers (Motocycle)-s=115; Bondage-c=51,145; Burning at stake-s=51,82, c=51; Decapitation panels=41,49,51,61,65r, 66,85, 86, 88,90,91,97,109,112,133,135,138,144; Decapitation-c=49,66,76; Dinosaur-s=15,25,60,81,142,'70ybk; Dinosaur-c=60,78; Dismemberment-s= 50,61,85,111,133; Dorian Gray-s=44; Dracula-s= 8,9,27,48,51(color),97,105; Dragon-c=8,14; Dragon-s=40,51,125; Dr Jekyll-s=30,33; EC Parody-s=61; Executioner-s=66; Forgotten Prisoner-s=34;

Frankenstein-s= 16(based), 18, 22, 29, 36,128; Frankenstein Swipe-s= 14,19,30,37,'69ybk; Frankenstein-c=10,50,128; Freaks-s=125; Gaff Spee-s=138; Game on inside covers=55—57; Gargoyle-s= 6(c/s), 23,108,141; Grim Reaper-c=76; Guillotine-s=49,65r; Hanging panels=99; HELL-s=54,60,108,110; Hercules-s=115; Hitler-s=114; Houdini swipe-s=127; Indians-s=127; Jack the Ripper-s=23,125; KKK-s=115; Lizzy Borden-s=21; Loch Ness Monster-s=41,53; Mermaid-s=106; Mummy-s=2,17,22, 27,33,61,84,93,132,138,140; Mummy-c=61; Mythology-s=130; Nazi Death Camp-s=125,126; Nudity panel(s)=31,38,41,42,45,52,55,64,73,78—82,85,87--90,92,94, 96,97,106,108,110,111, 117--120,122,123,125,127,129,131,136,138,140,146; Pyramid-s=66,92; Red/w B&W-s=86; Satan/Devil-s=21,23,24,30,36,39,42,46,76, 77,108,110,118,'71Annual; Scarecrow-s=39; Sinbad-s=129; Skull-c=130; Slave-s=123(female); Sleepy Hollow-s=64; Superhero-s=83; Thane (sword & sorcery)-s=15, 16,27-c/s,29,103r; UFO-s=42,46,53,98,106,119,120,140,143; UFO/Alien Invasion-s = 143(28pgs); UFO-c=119; Vampire-s=1—5,7—9,12,14,17,21,22,27,28, 31,32,38,42,45,46,48,49,54,57,58,60,74r,76,85,90,97,109,111, 130,134,142--144,'69ybk; Vampire-c=4,5,7,8,26,43,45,46,47,50,58,111,112,131,146, '69ybk,'70ybk(x2);

Werewolf-s=1--5,7,8,12,20,22,23,24,27,42,43,49,55,56,57(game),58,65r,66,74r,97,105,142,117,126,127,131,140,145(28pgs),146, '70ybk,'71Annual; Werewolf-c=2,4,7,13,131; Witches/Witchcraft-s=1,11,25,30,41,49,51,59,60,80,94,118,140; Yeti/A.Snowmen/Bigfoot-s=6,37,43,85, c=85; Zombie—s=5,17,41,51,53,61,64,72,85,132,144;Zombie-c=44;


CREEPY (Warren Mag) ADAPTIONS = Binder's Adam Link robot-s=2,4,6,8,9,12,13,15; E.R.Burroughs-s= 87(John Carter satire); A.Bierce-s=4,20,67; Harlan Ellison-s=32; W.Irving-s=28; Kipling-s=19; H.P.Lovecraft-s= 21-c/s,113r; Edgar Allen Poe adaptions = #3,6,11,20, 62(c/s),65,66,67,69(x6=full issue), 70(x6=full issue),74(x2r), 76,103r,144; R.L.Stevenson-s=7,'70ybk; Bram Stoker-s=5,13,22,74r; H.G.Wells-s=143(Invisible Man);


CREEPY (Warren Mag) ARTISTS = Abellan-a=50—53,56,58--61,63,66,67,68,70,117; Neal Adams-a=14--16,32,75,91r,'69ybk, '70ybk,'71Annual;

Adkins-a=9,11,12(1pg),14,24,25,28,123,'69ybk; Alcala-a=93,94,99,101,102,104,108,122—126,128--130,133; V.Alcazar-a=58,62--64,66--69,76,78,144(x2); D.Allen-c=111;

H.Arnold-a=120,123,124,126,127,129,130; Artifact-a=130; A2-120-a=115; Auraleon-a=42,49,50,51,53,56,65r,90,91,100,103,105,110--112,114,125,135,145,146;

Auraleon (1pg Pinup)=135,136,140,141; Austin-a=104,107; Barr-a=34,40; Barr-c=34,37; W.Barry-a=31,33,44; Bassford-a=39,41(1pg); J.Bea-a=44,45,46,47(1pg),49—53,56, 57,58,61,65r,80; L.Bermejo-a-70,71(full issue),76,79—81,85,86,88,91r,92,94--96,100,109,127,128,146; Bill Black-a=31,32; Bissette-a=146; Blasquez-a=79, 110,118; Bode/Todd-c=31,40,64; Bolle-a=44; Boyette-a=18,22,33,35,37,39; Boyette-c=33; Brand-a=17,18,30,31,35; Brocal-a=43,45,49,57,65r,120,123,144; Don Brown-a=37; Brunner-a= 10 (fanclub, 1pg), 14(Batman on fan page), 39, 45; Buckler-a=36,38,75; Bulandi-a=129,131; Bullya-a=124; Bunuy-a=118; L.Buscemi-a=130

Caravana-a=125,126; Carrillo-a=126—131,134,135,136,138,140,141; Casares(Pepe Moreno)-a=99,101,104--109,114,130; Castellon-a=14,20; Catlan-a=146;

E.Chan-a=88; Chaykin-a=64; Brothers Ciochetti-a=35; Cockrum-a=39,40,42; E.Colan-a=22,25--31,32(as St.Clair),35,37,38,41; Gene Colan-a=8,10,13,25; Conway-c=25;

Corben-a=36,41,43(1pg-a, & bio),44(1pg),46,54,56—64,66--70,73,77,83,84,92,101,103,132(x8); Corben-c=101,112,132,140,141,146; Corillo-a=116,122; Courtney-c=130,135,136,142; Craig-a(see also Taycee)=15,18,30,48r,55r; Crandall-a=1--6,7(x2),8--14,16,18,20,22,24--27,33,47,48r,50,52,54,58,65,74(x9r),'70ybk,'71Annual;

Crandall-c=74; Davis-a=2(1pg),3(1pg),29(1pg); Davis-c=1; Gene Day-a=134; DeLeon-a=141; De La Fuente-a=140; Ditko-a=9--16,21,24--27,'70ybk(x2),'71Annual; Dominguez-a=47; Draut-a=126,128,131; Dubay-a=32,41,45(1pg),54--58,60,61; Dubay-c=54; Dube-s=47; Duranona-a=85,86,89,90,92—95,97--99,101,102,106--112,114,115,117,118,120,122(x2); Easley-a=116,117; Easley-c=129,133; Enrich-c=90,118; Evans-a= 8; Fantucchio-s=34; Galvez-a=46,65r; Gardner Fox-s=42,58,65r; Frazetta-a=1, 7(1pg), 9(1/2pg), 17(1pg),146, '69ybk(1pg); Frazetta-c= 2--7,9--11,15--17,27,32,83r,89r,91r,92r,97r,128r,131r,144r,'70ybk-r; Frazetta Back-c=146;

J.Galvez-a=42,43,80; S.Gan-a=122,134,135; J.Garcia-a=124,138; L.Garcia-a=43,45(1pg),46,47,55r,65r; Garrillo-a=133; Garzon-a=36; Giordano-a=84,87,93,94; Graham-a=32; Grandenetti-a=12--15,24,26,28,29,36,42,43,47,48r; Gual-a=49,60,61,63,72(x6),144; H.B.Harris-c= '69YBK; M.Harris-a=146; Heath-a=79,83,91,92,100,105,146; Hejje-c=98; Al Hewetson-s=31,33,34,35,39,44,50; Hickman-c=88; W.Howard-a=134; P.Hsu-a=135,140; B.Hughes-c=30; Infantino-a=83(x2),84(x4),85,86(x2),87—90,93(x4),117,118,120,122--125,129,134,136; C.Jackson-a=38(1pg),39(1pg),40(1pg),46(1pg); K.Jansen-a=102,111; Jenney-a=12,19,21; Jodloman-a=120; B.Jones-a=41; J.Jones-a=16,29,91,103r,146; J.Jones-c=120; Kane-a=15(1pg), 16(1pg); J.Katz-a=45p; L.Katz-c=122; Kaufman-a=39,40,41,42; Ken Kelly-a=27(1pg=1st pub work,on fanpage),34,41(1pg); Ken Kelly-c=38,43,63,65—73,75,80,81,84--86,104,117,123,125,126,134; Krenkel-a=1, 6(1pg), 9, 18(1pg), 19(1pg),146; R. Kukalis-a=106,107; Lakey-a=112,130; Larkin-c=99,100; Laurier-c=109,119,121; Laxamana-a=102,115,133; Leialoha-a=38(1pg,fanpage),117; Lindall-c=108,116,127; Lofamia-a=134--136,138,140,141; Lubbers-a=2; Maitz-c=93—95; G.Mao-a=60,62,90,136; Marcos-a=39,40,100,101,104,108,114,118,120,136; Maroto-a-46,47,49—54,64,65r,73, 80,81,82(x5),88,92,95--97,106; Maroto-c=82,105; F.Mas-a=43,45,46,50,51,52,65; Mastroserio-a=10,12,13,16—19,28,29,'69ybk,'71Annual; Mayerik-a=105--109,111,115--118,120,123,127,134; G.Mayo-a=86,105; McQuaite-c=96,103; McWilliams-a=4(x2),48r; Michini back-c=65; Milgrom-a=84; Miralles-c=145; Moliterni-a=78;

Mones-a=62,66--69,70,77,81,102,106,117,118,143,144; Montiero-a=21; Monteiro-c=21,24; Morrow-a=1,2,3(x2),4--10,13(1pg),20,24(1pg),26,55r,87,'70ybk(x2); Morrow-c=8,12--14; Munes-a=56,57,58; Nebres-a=96,110,115,123,124,138; Nebres (1 page pinup)-a= 120,122,124--131,133,134; Nebres-c=137,139; Neary-a=59,64,73 ,77,81,109,129,133; Nebot-a=44,45i,136; A.Nino-a=89,93,94,96,97,100,101,104,105,108,112,119(x6),125,143; D.Nino-a=131,134,138,140,141,145; Nino Brothers-a=116; Norman-a=11,16,17,23; Nuetzell-c=20; Orlando-a=1--15,17,30; Ortiz-a=66,67,69,70,72,73,75—77,79(1pg),80,83,85,88--90,95,97--100,104,110; Panligan-a=127,131; Penalva-c-124; Pizarro-a=107; Ploog-a=44; Prezio-c=18,19,28,29; Prunes-a=30; Quasada-a=78; J.L.Ramon-a=33; Reese-a=87; Reinert-c=114; T.Roberts-c=143;

B.Rockwell-a=23; A.Romeo-a=124,126,128; Roussos-a=40; Royer-a=30,32,37,38(x2); Rubenstein-a=106; Saenz-a=115,125; M.Salvador-a=44,54,56,57,59—61,66--70,76,78--81,85,87,89,90,94,96,97,122--131, 133—136,138,140,141,143--145; Sanchez-a=68,77,84—86,88--90,92,93,97--99,111,141,143; Sanjulian-c=42,46,47,49--53,56--61,68(back-c),76--79,138; Sato-a=111,116; J.Severin-a=6,7,10(1pg),11(1pg),14(1pg),17,48r,55r,62,68,73,75—79,81,83,84,86,87,89,91r,92,93, 95,100,105, 112,121(x8),146(x2); Shanower-a=146; Shores-a=34,35,37,38; Simonson-a=84,85,102,107,112; Simonson/McQuaite-c=103; Kenneth Smith-a=32(fan club page); Kenneth Smith-c=35,36,41,'71Annual; Sparling-a=18,33,34,36; Stallman-a=8,11,12,'70ybk; Starlin-a=106,114; Staton-a=42,136; Stillwell-a=35,37; Stuart/Stiles-a=28; Leo Summers-a=61—64,69,122; Sutton-a=17,22,23,24,27,28,30,31,32(1pg),33,35,36,37(1pg),40,44,45,46,47,53, 54,59,60,64,144,'71Annual; Sutton-c=22,23; Tallarico-a=29,32,34; Tallerno-a=114; Tanghal-a=133; Taycee-a (Johnny Craig)=8--10,19,'69ybk,'71Annual; Theakson-a=146; Todd-a=42; Torrents-a=51,52,53,57,59,88,92,98,103; Torres-a=1—7,10--13,21,22,23,27,48r,55r,65r,142(x10),'69ybk,'71Annual; Toth-a=5--7,8(1pg),9 ,23,75--80,91r,114,122--125,139(x7),146, '71Annual; Trapani-a=16,20,21,22,39; Tuska-a=8,20; Vaughn-a=34; Vaultz-a=99,100,102,107,110; Weiss-a=35; Whitman-a=1,17,31; Al Williamson-a=1(x2), 2,3,4(1pg),5,6,20, 48r,55,83,86,103r,112,137(x7),139; Tony Williamsune-a=21,23--28,31,33,34,38; Wood-a= 9,38,41,48r,55r,75,78,91r,146(x2), '69ybk; Wood-s=87; P.Woodroffe-c=102,110;Wray-a=146; Wrightson (1 Page Pinups)-a =9(fan club), 64, 66 ,67(2pgs), 68—71,73,75--77,138; Wrightson (full-s)-a=62,63,77,83,86,87,91,95,103,113(x7); Wrightson-c=87,113; Wrightson-script=91; Yandoc-a=120; M.Zeck-a=122;


CRIME DOES NOT PAY (M.F. Enterprises Inc; 52 pages; B&W Magazine)

Volume-3 #2 (6/1970; Photo & Illustrated Text Articles magazine, by the publisher of Capt Marvel & Henry Brewster; Grusome comics-style painted cover of Gangster Man in boxer shots, scratched by fingernails, as he strangles Woman in Lingerie cover, Machine Gun by Bed = John Christie, sex-mad Strangler who Raped the Dead-c/s; Brooklyn's 1st Armored Car holdup; Aimee McPherson - Kidnap or Hoax; William Fahy; Chicago's Two Million Dollar Train Robbery; Murderer called Bluebeard; George Machine Gun Kelly; Capone's Sex Syndicate; SOLD OUT );



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CURSE OF FRANKESTEIN / HORROR OF DRACULA (1964; WARREN Pub; One Shot)

#NN (Famous Films #2; Painted-c by Russ Jones; Both Films by HAMMER FILMS / Seven Arts Pictures & Starring Christopher Lee; FILM Stories Told in B&W Photo's);



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DRACULA (1971; NEL - New English Library Pub; Oversized 9" x 12" Magazines; UK/British; 24 pages each including covers; *** WARREN PUB Collected these UK New English Library Comics as a TRADE PAPERBACK Graphic Novel in 1979; SCARCE; Full Color; Estaban Maroto art);

Volume-1 #1 (1971; Bonus POSTER included; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #2-12 (SOLD OUT);



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DRACULA Book 1 (TRADE PAPERBACK Graphic Novel, WARREN PUB; Collects the UK New English Library Comics; 1979; SCARCE = MAIL ORDER ONLY; 120 Pages; Full Color; Estaban Maroto art; SOLD OUT);


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EDGAR ALLAN POE'S - The Fall of the House of Usher & Other Tales of Horror" #NN (Catlan Communications Pub; 60 pages, 1st Softcover Graphic Novel Printing with Stiff Covers; 85% Color and 15% B&W; 9/1985; Slick Paper, High Quality Graphic Novel, NY, USA; All Reprints of Poe story issues from WARREN comic mags; all Richard Corben art; 1st Printing; );

EDGAR ALLAN POE: Fall of the House of Usher & Other Tales of Terror by RICHARD CORBEN (Catalan Communications; 9/1985; Trade Paperback; 1st Softcover Printing; Stories that First appeared in Warren Magazines; );



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EERIE (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1965-1983) = IN STOCK; (Scarce in STRICT VF+ or Better)

#2 (3/1966; FIRST Regular Newsstand issue; FRAZETTA-c; Crandall, Torres, Craig, Morrow, Colan, Orlando, Davis, Toth-a; 1st app Cousin Eerie, host of series; Decapitation panel(s); Frankenstein-s; );

#3 (5/1966; FRAZETTA-c; 2nd Newsstand issue; Frankenstein Swipe-s; Toth, Williamson, Colan, Orlando, Torres, Ditko-a; Hanging panel(s); );

#4(7/1966; Morrow-c/a; Colan, Orlando, Ditko-a; Axe Murderer-s; Hypo Needle/Drug-s; Rats-s; Vampire-s; Wizard-s; Zombie-s; );

#5 (9/1966; FRAZETTA Dinosaur cover; Dinosaur-s; Frankenstein Swipe-s; Williamson, Crandall, Torres, Colan, Wood, Ditko-a; Mummy/Werewolf-s; Vampire-s; Wizard-s; 1pg Adkins / Wally Wood-a; HELL-s; );

#6(11/1966; Morrow-c; Frankenstein Swipe-s; Severin, Crandall, Ditko, Torres, Craig & Colan-a; );

#7(1/1967; Krenkel & FRAZETTA-c; Morrow, Colan, Adkins, Craig, Grandenetti, Ditko-a; Axe Murderer-s; Dinosaur-s; Vampire-s; Witches/Witchcraft-c/s; );

#8(3/1967; FRAZETTA-c; SCARCER early issue; DITKO, Torres, Colan, Grandenetti, Adkins, Severin-a; Hanging panel(s); Werewolf-s; );

#9(5/1967; Adkins-c; Neal ADAMS-a, Grandenetti, Adkins, Krenkel, Colan, Ditko-a; Hanging panel(s); Mummy-s; Nazi POW camp torture-s; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; );

#10(7/1967; Morrow-c; Neal ADAMS-a, Krenkel, Orlando, Adkins, Colan, Grandenetti, Ditko-a; Skull-c; Sword & Sorcery-s; Voodoo-s; Witches/Witchcraft-s; Zombie-s; );

#11 (9/1967; Joe Orlando-c/a; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY adaption =Wally WOOD story & art; Jerry Grandenetti, Johnny Craig, Gene Colan, JEFF JONES art; Dragon story; One Page NEAL ADAMS art; Swamp Monster with Witches/Witchcraft cover & story; Werewolf story; Monster from One Billion B.C .= FIRST Published PRO art of TOM SUTTON; Multiple Monsters story; Edgar Allan Poe's Berenice story;  Vampire story; );

#12(11/1967; Adkins-c; Edgar Allan Poe's Masque of the Red Death-s; Vampyrus-s; Robert Bloch-s; Krenkel, Sutton, Jeff JONES, Craig, Orlando, Estrada-a; Satan/Devil-s; Mummy-c; Vampire-s; Voodoo-s; );

#13(2/1968; H.P. Lovecraft & August Derleth's Wentworth Day = Russ Jones Adaption-s/a; Torres, Crandall, Orlando, Williamson-a; Edgar Allan Poe's Tell Tale Heart-s; Skull-c; Voodoo-s; Zombie-s; );

#14(4/1968; 3xTorres-a; TOTH-a; Crandall, McWilliams-a; 1pg Adkins/WOOD-a; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; );

#15 (6/1968; Boyette, Morrow, Orlando, Jeff Jones & Torres-a; Dolls Horror-c/s; Multiple Monsters-s; );

#16(7/1968; TOTH-a; Bram Stoker's DRACULA'S GUEST-s; Bolle, Estrada, Orlando, Craig-a; 2xFan illos by Richard CORBEN; 3xFan illos by Bruce Jones; Axe Murderer-s; Decapitation panel(s); );

#17(9/1968; Original USA B&W Comics Magazine; Tom SUTTON cover; Cover painting miscredited to Barry Rockwell. Tom Sutton Biography & self-portrait. Ambrose Bierce-s; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; MUMMY-s = Crandall-a; Sutton, DITKO & Bolle-a; Ernie Colon & Michael Whelan art; Bill Parents stories; Egypt -c/s; Cover story "A Strange Curse" from beyond time in "Dresses to Kill" *** by far the RAREST Newsstand issue in the entire Set; OFTEN sells for 3 to 10 Times Guide on EBay; **** Overall superb VF/NM or Better appearance, but with an abbrasion to lower spine area, );

#17 (9/1968; SUTTON-c; Ambrose Bierce-s; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; MUMMY-s = Crandall-a; Sutton, DITKO & Bolle-a; Egypt -c/s; by far the RAREST Newsstand issue in the entire Set; MOST copies of #17 have torn interior corners, caused at factory by dull blade; This is a nice FN copy, but does have the chipped / torn interior page corners at top & bottom right edges, );

#17 (9/1968; SUTTON-c; Ambrose Bierce-s; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; MUMMY-s = Crandall-a; Sutton, DITKO & Bolle-a; Egypt -c/s; by far the RAREST Newsstand issue in the entire Set; FA/G, centerfold Missing, but comes with B&W Photocopy Replacement pages );

#18(11/1968; SUTTON-c; Krenkel, Grandenetti, Sutton, Orlando, Craig, Williamson-a; Vampire-s; Axe Murderer-s; Dinosaur-c; Freaks-s; Vampire-s; Time Machine-c/s; );

#19 (12/1968; Crandall, Morrow, & Torres-a; Bram Stoker-s; Frankenstein Swipe-s; Vampire-c; );

#20(3/1969; Edgar Allan Poe's Fall of the House of Usher; Severin, Sutton, Crandall-a; Satan/Devil-s; Wizard-s; Zombie-c; );

#21 (5/1969; DITKO & Grandenetti-a; Sword & Sorcery-s; Witches/Witchcraft-s; Frankenstein Swipe-s; );

#22(7/1969; Ditko, Sutton, Krenkel & Williamson-a; 1pg Neal Adams-a; Mummy-s; Vampire-s; Satan/Devil-s; Werewolf-s; );

#23 [9/1969; Low Print & SCARCE; classic Egyptian Princess painted cover by FRANK FRAZETTA; Neal ADAMS-a; Hanging panel(s); Sword & Sorcery-s; Vampire-s; );

#24(11/1969; Sutton, Royer, Torres, Bolle, Crandall, Grandenetti-a; Bram Stoker's DRACULA'S GUEST-s; Chess theme-s; Vampire-s; );

#25(1/1970; STERANKO-c; Bill Black, Colan, Sutton, Orlando, Royer-a; Zombie-s; Southern Exposure-s; );

#26(3/1970; Vaughn BODE & Basil GOGO painted-c; Hewetson Bio; Sutton, Sparling-a; Scarecrow-s = Cuti-s/Bolle-a; All New material; Bikers /Motorcycle-s; Spiders-s; Time Machine-s; Hanging panel(s); UFO-s; Vampire-s; Werewolf-s; Southern Exposure-s; Edgar Allen Poe-s; );

#27 (5/1970; Jeff JONES & Vaughn BODE painted-c; Bondage-c; Sutton, Royer, Barr & Sparling-a; Amazonia-s; Werewolf-s; Witches/Witchcraft-s; );

#28(7/1970; Boyette-c/a; Adkins, Billy Graham, Sparling, Sutton & DuBay-a; Boxing-s; Gladiator-s; Satan/Devil-s; Sword & Sorcery-s; );

#29 (9/1970; Ken Kelly-c; Sword & Sorcery-s; Regis O'Neill-s; Sparling, Adkins, Buckler, Garzon, Sutton-a; );

#30 (11/1970; Basil GOGOS-c; Frankenstein Swipe-s; Mummy-c/s; Vampire vs Werewolf battle-s; Boyette, Bolle, DuBay, Barr, Grandenetti, Sparling, Garzon-a; );

#31(1/1971; early CORBEN-c; Billy Graham, Bolle, Sutton & DuBay-a; Drug-s; Satan/Devil-s; Spiders-s; Time Machine-c/s; );

#32(3/1971; early CORBEN-c/a; Sutton, Shores, Bolle, Sparling, Royer; Gardner Fox-s; Axe Murderer-s; Crime Crusher (superhero)-s; Satan/Devil-s; Vampire-s; );

#33 (5/1971; Larry Todd-c; Barr, Boyette, Sparling & Todd-a; early CORBEN-a; Gardner Fox-s; Dinosaur-s; Hanging panel(s); Time Machine-s; );

#34 (7/1971; early BORIS Vallejo-c; Sutton, Royer & Weiss-a; Hewetson-s; Cyclops-s; Pat Broderick fan-a illo; Satan/Devil-s; Sword & Sorcery-s; Wizard-s; );

#35(9/1971; Enrich-c; Early Frank BRUNNER-a; Early PLOOG-a; Grandenetti-a; Gardner Fox-s;Sanho Kim-a & Bio; Decapitation-c; Mummy-s; Samurai-s; Werewolf-s; Sword & Sorcery-s; );

#36(11/1971; Enrich-c; Dinosaur-s; UFO-s; Werewolf-s; Sutton, Rubio, Bruce Jones, Maroto, Mascaro, Roca, Cockrum-a; );

#37(1/1972; Enrich-c; Prince Targo serial / Atlantis-s; Ken Barr-a; Michael T. Gilbert fan-a illo; Sword & Sorcery-s; Werewolf-s; Zombie-s; );

#38 (2/1972; Ken Kelly-c; HELL-s; Vampire-s; Jose Bea, Auraleon, Tom Sutton, Maroto, Cockrum, Remohi-a; );

#39 (4/1972; Low Print Run & SCARCE; FIRST appearance of DAX the Warrior story; Axe Murderer story; Dave Cockrum, Tom Sutton & Estaban Maroto art; );

#40 (6/1972; Sanjulian-c; Dracula-s; Frankenstein-s; Hanging panel(s); 2nd DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; early Mike PLOOG-a; Sanho Kim, Bea, Gual-a; Prince Targo-s; SCARCER issue; );

#41 (Low Print Run & SCARCER; Chess theme-s; Drug-s; 3rd Dax the Warrior-s & begins by Maroto,4/1972; Grandenetti, Sutton, Nuaery, Gual, Bea-a; );

#42(10/1972, 1972 Yearbook / Spooktacular, 84 pgs, MUMMY-s = Crandall-a; Craig, Adkins, Severin, DuBay, Torres, Ditko, Neal Adams, Williamson-a; Dinosaur-s; Frazetta back-c; Voodoo-s; Werewolf-s; );

#43(11/1972; CORBEN-a; Grandenetti, Sutton, Suso, Neary-a; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Time Machine-s; Zombie-c; 1st Hunt-s by Neary; );

#44(12/1972; Decapitation panel(s); Mermaid-s; Tarot card-s; Vampire-s; Voodoo-s; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Grandenetti, Sutton-a; );

#45 (2/1973; Sutton-a; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Vlad the impaler-s; Werewolf-s; Witches/Witchcraft-c/s; Marshall Rogers Fan illo; 1pg Heath-a; Don McGregor Bio; );

#46 (3/1973, Sanjulian-c; Neary-a; Dracula/Son of Dracula Series by SUTTON begins, ends #48, 2pgs Vampirella; DAX the Warrior-s; Cyclops-s; Dinosaur-s; Werewolf-s; 2pgs Vampirella; );

#47(4/1973; LILITH, Female vampire-s = Origin/1st app,with Satan =19pg-s; 2nd Dracula/Son of Dracula Series-s; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Satan/Devil-s; Sutton, Neary-a; );

#48(6/1973; Sanjulian-c; 1st app "Mummy Walks" Series & 1st App "Curse of the Werewolf" Serires, and both begin; Buckler-a; 3rd & Last Dracula/Son of Dracula Series-s; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Zombie-s; Buckler, Neary-a; );

#49(7/1973; Enrich-c; 1st Marvin the Dead Thing , Swamp Monster-c/s; Mummies Walk-s; Vampire-s; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Curse of the Werewolf Series-s; Buckler, Neary-a; );

#50(8/1973; Sanjulian-c; 1st SATANNA, Daughter of Satan-s = Predates the Marvel character; DAX the Warrior-s = Maroto-a; Mummies Walk-c/s; Satan/Devil-s; Curse of the Werewolf Series-s; GAME on inside covers by Dubay; Neary-a; );

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EERIE (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1965-1983) = IN STOCK; (Scarce in STRICT VF+ or Better)

#51(9/1973; Sanjulian-c; 1973 Yearbook - SUMMER Special; 76pgs; Toth-a; Axe Murderer-s; GAME on inside covers by Dubay; Maroto, Craig & TOTH-a; Bonus Color POSTER intact; );

#51(9/1973; Sanjulian-c; 1973 Yearbook - SUMMER Special; 76pgs; Toth-a; Axe Murderer-s; GAME on inside covers by Dubay; Maroto, Craig & TOTH-a; Bonus Color POSTER is Missing, );

#52 (11/1973; Sanjulian-c; 1st App Hunter by Neary & begins; DAX the Warrior-s; Mummies Walk-s; Maroto-a; Decapitation panel(s); 1st Demian / Hunter the Demon Killer-s = Neary-a; Sanjulian-c; Curse of the Werewolf Series-s; GAME on inside covers by Dubay; );

#53(1/1974; Sanjulian-c; 12 pages Neal ADAMS-a; Mummies Walk-c/s; Werewolf-s; Burning at stake-s; Witches/Witchcraft-s; Curse of the Werewolf Series-s; 1st app & Origin Schreck-s; 1st "IT" the Dead Thing-s; Hunter-s; Buckler, Neary, Sutton-a; );

#54 (2/1974; Sanjulian painted cover;  SPIRIT story by Will EISNER = 8 page slick COLOR story reprints newspaper comic sections = with CORBEN colors added; Witches/Witchcraft story; First appearance of Dr. Archaeus & Series begins; Were-Mummy story {Mummy Walks & Curse of Werewolf combine}; HUNTER story; Schreck story; Hanging panel; );

#55(3/1974; Ken Kelly-c; 8 page slick COLOR-s; SPIRIT story by Will EISNER, reprints sections; CORBEN colors; Dr. Archaeus-s; Hunter-s; );

#56(4/1974; Ken Kelly-c; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Were-Mummy-s {Mummy Walks & Curse of Werewolf combine}; Wizard-c/s; 2nd "IT" the Dead Thing-s; Dr. Archaeus-s; Hunter-s; Corben-a; );

#57 (6/1974; Decapitation panel(s); Child-s{Frankenstein based-s} = Potter-s/CORBEN-a; 1st Hacker-s; "IT" the Dead Thing-s; 1st SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-s; WRIGHTSON Frontpiece; Maroto, Neary, Sutton, Gual & Mones-a; );

#58(7/1974; Sanjulian-c; Pepper Lake Monster = 10 pages Berni WRIGHTSON-a; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Burning at stake-s; Child-s{Frankenstein based-s} = Potter-s/CORBEN-a; Decapitation panel(s); Exterminator-s = DuBay-s/Maroto-a; Sea Monster-s; Slavery-s; 2nd SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-c/s; Dr. Archaeus-s; );

#58(7/1974; Sanjulian-c; Pepper Lake Monster = 10 pages Berni WRIGHTSON-a; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Burning at stake-s; Child-s{Frankenstein based-s} = Potter-s/CORBEN-a; Decapitation panel(s); Exterminator-s = DuBay-s/Maroto-a; Sea Monster-s; Slavery-s; 2nd SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-c/s; Dr. Archaeus-s; VG, but 8 page Color Section missing );

#59(8/1974; Ken Kelly-c; 8 page slick COLOR-s; 1974 YEARBOOK - Summer Special, All DAX the Warrior special issue = Maroto-a; 100pgs; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Chess theme-s; Cyclops-s; Mermaid-s; Witches/Witchcraft-s; );

#60(9/1974; Ken Kelly-c; Nightfall = 8 pages WRIGHTSON-a; Summer Special, 16 page slick COLOR-s; 9/1974; 1st App Exterminator One, 84pgs; 8pgs Wally WOOD-a; Child-s {Frankenstein based-s} = Potter-s/CORBEN-a; 1st Night of the Jackass-s; WRIGHTSON back-c; );

#61(11/1974; Ken Kelly-c; Were-Mummy-s {Mummy Walks & Curse of Werewolf combine}; 12pgs Wally WOOD-a; Captain Blood-s; 1st Coffin-s; );

#62(1/1975; Sanjulian-c; WRIGHTSON frontpiece & 7 pages art, adapts H.P. Lovecraft-s "Cool Air"; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Butcher-s = CORBEN-a; Mummies Walk-s; 1st Apocalypse-s; 3rd SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-s with Crackermeyer; );

#63(2/1975; Sanjulian-c; Christmas issue; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Mummies Walk-s, 84 pages; Decapitation panel(s); Exterminator One-c/s; SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-s; Nathaniel Hawthorne-s; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Maroto, Neary-a; );

#64(3/1975; Ken Kelly-c; Butcher-s = Corben-a; Decapitation panel(s); Slavery-s; Whipping panels; Exterminator One-c/s; 1st app the Pie {alien}-s =TOTH-a; SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-s with Crackermeyer; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Neary-a; );

#65(4/1975; Ken Kelly-c 1st El Cid-s = Lewis-s/ Mayo-a; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Hacker-s = TOTH-a; SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-c/s with Crackermeyer; );

#66(6/1975; Sanjulian-c; all 1st EL CID special issue = Lewis-s/ Gonzalo Mayo-a; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; );

#67 (8/1975; Sanjulian-c; 1st App & Origin Hunter-II by Neary & series begins; Maroto & TOTH-a; Merlin-s; Papa Voodoo / Crackermeyer of Spook series-s; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; );

#68(9/1975; Ken Kelly-c; Summer Special, MUCK MONSTER = Frankenstein Swipe-s = 7 pages WRIGHTSON -a; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Freaks-s; 84pgs; Exterminator One-s; Maroto, Neary-a; );

#69 (10/1975; Sanjulian painted cover;  1975 Yearbook - Summer Special, 8 page COLOR story; all HUNTER Special issue, All PAUL NEARY art issue; 84 Page GIANT; );

#70(11/1975; Sanjulian-c; Decapitation panel(s); Exterminator One-s app in Hunter-II-s; 1st Oogie-s; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Neary, Mayo, Maroto-a; );

#71(1/1976; Sanjulian-c; 1st app Goblin-c/s; Exterminator One-s app in Hunter-II-s; WRIGHTSON frontpiece; Neary, Mayo, Maroto-a; );

#72 (2/1976; Sanjulian-c; WRIGHTSON Frontpiece; Exterminator One-s app in Hunter-II-c/s; Freaks-s; Jeremiah Cold-s; 1st Peter Hypnos-s; 2nd app the Pie {alien}-s =Bermejo-a; Reuben Youngblood-s; Ortiz, Neary,Bermajo, Jose Bea-a; 10 pages Berni WRIGHTSON-a; );

#73(3/1976; Ken Kelly-c; Vampire-s; Exterminator One-s app in Hunter-II-c/s; Freaks-s; "IT" the Dead Thing-s; 1st Tombspawn-s = G.Mayo-a; );

#74(5/1976; Ken Kelly-c; Merlin-s; Jedediah Pan-s; Neary, Sanchez, Ortiz, Mayo-a; );

#75(6/1976; Maroto-a; Decapitation panel(s); Dismemberment-s; Freaks-s; Jeremiah Cold-s; );

#76 (8/1976; Sanjulian painted cover;  FIRST appearance of DARKLON THE MYSTIC = Jim STARLIN story & art; OOGIE and the Scroungers cover & story; WOLFER: Highsong = Wolfer O'Connel, brother to the Crow Indians; Estaban Maroto, Jose Bea, Jose Ortiz art; BLACK COVER = Tougher in HIGH Grades; );

#77(9/1976; Summer Special, 8 page slick COLOR-s; CORBEN-c/a; 76pgs; Oogie-s = Maroto-a; Decapitation panel(s); Dismemberment-s; Dinosaur-c/s; 1st Cronk-s = Cuti-s & Infantino / Wayne Howard-a; );

#78 (10/1976; all MUMMY special issue; 1976 Yearbook; 8 page slick COLOR-s; Mr Hype-s; );

#79(11/1976; Ken Kelly-c; CORBEN, Infantino-a; Origin Darklon the Mystic, Jim STARLIN-s/a; Dinosaur-s; Football-c/s; 1st Pea Green Boat-s; 1st Third Person Singular-s; );

#80(1/1977; Ken Kelly-c; Origin Darklon the Mystic, Starlin-s/a; CORBEN-a; Mayo, Infantino-a; Samurai-s; );

#81(FRAZETTA-c; 2/1977, 8 page slick COLOR-s; 84pgs; 7 stories & cover each based on the QUEEN KONG cover by FRAZETTA with NUDE girl, CORBEN-a; UFO-s; Infantino, Giordano, Mayo-a; );

#82 (3/1977; DuBay-c; 1st app/Origin of The ROOK-c/s; Bermejo, Mayo, Ortiz, Sanchez-a; Scallywag-s; Pea Green Boat-s; );

#83(5/1977; Enrich-c; Satan/Devil-s; 1st Gaffer-s; Hard John's Nuclear Hit Parade-s; 2nd ROOK-c/s; Infantino, Giordano-a; );

#84(6/1977; FRAZETTA-c; Hard John's Nuclear Hit Parade-s; Darklon the Mystic-s = STARLIN-a; 3rd ROOK-s; );

#85(8/1977; Kelly-c; Blackstar-s; Hard John's Nuclear Hit Parade-s; 4th ROOK-s; Maroto-a; );

#86(9/1977 = 1977 Yearbook; all Richard CORBEN-c/a special issue, 92pgs; Mummy-c; Werewolf-c/s; 2x Edgar Allen Poe-s; );

#87(10/1977; FRAZETTA-c; 1st & only app of Hunter-3, 100pgs, Partial new-s/a issue; 1st Nino-a; CORBEN-a; Dinosaur-c/s; UFO-s; Werewolf-s; 1st Black Demon's Sword/Scallywag-s; 5th ROOK-s; );

#88(11/1977; Basketball-c/s; Boiling Point-s; 6th ROOK-s; Cuti-s; Giordano-a; );

#89(1/1978; Spiders-s; Boiling Point-s; Francesca-s; 7th ROOK-s; Bermejo, Duranona, Ortiz, Sanchez, Mayo-a; );

#90(2/1978; CORBEN-c/a; 8 page slick COLOR-s; 8th ROOK-s; Mayo, Nino-a; Girl & her Monster-c & 4 stories; );

#91(3/1978; Grim Reaper-s; UFO-s; Francesca-s; 1st Moonshadow-s; ROOK-s; Bermejo, Duranona, Mayo, Ortiz-a; );

#92(5/1978; ROOK-s; Hockey-c/s; Wizard-s; Nino-a; 1st Abelmar Jones-s; Moonshadow-s; );

#93(6/1978; ROOK-s; Alcala, Nino, Pepe Moreno-a; Vampire-c; Fallen Angel-s; 1st Honor & Blood-s; Abelmar Jones-s; Moonshadow-s; );

#94(8/1978; Part-1 of 2-Part ROOK, Pantha & VAMPIRELLA Team-up-s= 12pgs, continues story that began in Vampi #66; Maroto-a; );

#95(9/1978; Part-2 of 2-Part ROOK, Pantha & VAMPIRELLA Team-up-s= 12pgs, X-Over with Vampi #66; Vampirella-c, 8 page slick COLOR-s; 1st App MacTavish master of Zodiac-s = Pepe Moreno Casaures-a; 1st Harrow House-s; );

#96(10/1978, Summer Special, 92 page Giant; Simonson, Alcala-a; MacTavish master of Zodiac-c/s; 1st Shining Sea-s; );

#97(11/1978; Mayerick-c; 1978 YEARBOOK; Time Travel & Dinosaur-c/s special issue; Richard CORBEN=30pgs-a; Neal ADAMS=16pgs-a; );

#98(1/1979; 31 page ROOK story; 12 pages Russ Heath-a; Skull-c; );

#99(2/1979; 20 page ROOK story; 1st App Horizon Seekers & begins =Duranona-a; Alcala, Marcos-a; Time Machine-s; );

#100(3/1979, Darklon the Mystic-c/s = Starlin-a; 30 page ROOK-s, Anniversary issue, 92 page Giant; Gotterdamerung-s; Alcala-a; );


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EERIE (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1965-1983) = IN STOCK; (Scarce in STRICT VF+ or Better)

#101(6/1979; Exterminator One-s app in Return of Hunter-II-s; Alcala & STARLIN-a; Gotterdamerung-s; Pepe Morewno-a; ROOK-s; );

#102(7/1979; Sanjulian-c; ROOK-s; UFO-s; Elias, Pepe Moreno-a; );

#103(8/1979; Mayerick, GULACY-a; Bondage-c; Decapitation panels; Decapitation-c; ROOK-s; 1st Assassin/Samurai-s; 1st Open Sky-s; 1st Trespasser-s; );

#104(9/1979; 1st Beast World = Marcos-a; GULACY-a; ROOK-s = Alcala-a; );

#105(10/1979; ROOK-s; Marcos-a; GULACY-a; Alcala-a; Bruce Jones-s; Pepe Moreno-a; Duranona-a; MAYERICK-a; );

#106(11/1979; all HARD JOHN'S Nuclear Hit Parade special issue = Jim Stenstrum-s; Ortiz, John SEVERIN-a; 8pgs CORBEN-a; );

#107(12/1979; Beast World-s = Marcos-a; MacTavish master of Zodiac-s = Pepe Moreno-a; );

#108(1/1980; Beast World-s = Marcos-a; Mayerick, ZECK-a; Spiders-s; 1st Race of the Damned-s; Bruce Jones-s; Cuti-s; );

#109(2/1980; Blood on Black Satin-s = 16 pages Paul GULACY-a; Beast World-s = Marcos-a; Samurai-s = Mayerick-a; MacTavish-s = Moreno-a; );

#110 (4/1980; Blood on Black Satin-s = GULACY-a; Beast World-s = Marcos-a; Ortiz, Auraleon, Duranona-a; );

#111(6/1980; Ken Kelly-c; Blood on Black Satin-s = GULACY-a; 1st Haxtur-s = De La Fuente-s/a; Psycho Cop-s = Nebres-a; Samurai-s = Mayerick-a; MacTavish-s = Moreno-a; );

#112(7/1980; Ken Kelly-c; all Esteban MAROTO art special issue, Luana the Spook = Jungle Girl-s based on Frazetta; Mermaid-s; Exterminator-s = DuBay-s/Maroto-a; SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-c/s; );

#113(8/1980; UFO-c/s; 2nd Haxtur-s = De La Fuente-a; Alcala-a; Manifestation = 25 page story = E.R. Cruz-a; );

#114(9/1980; Sanjulian-c; Star Warriors = 31 page story by David Jacobs & Al Sanchez; 3rd Haxtur-s = De La Fuente-a; );

#115(10/1980; all Jose ORTIZ art issue; 1980 YEARBOOK; 4 x JACKASS-s; Bruce Bezaire-s; Budd Lewis-s; );

#116(11/1980; Enrich-c; 20 page ROOK story; Dinosaur-s; Merlin-s; 1st Cagim-s; Redondo, De La Fuente, E.R. Cruz-a; );

#117(12/1980; Skull-c; Enrich-c; Cruz, McFeeters, Fernandez, de la Fuente-a; );

#118(1/1981; 1st App Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; Nebres-a; );

#119(2/1981; 1st Zud Kamish-c/s = E.R.Cruz-a; Yandoc-a; 2nd App Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; );

#120(4/1981; 1st App Zud Kamish-s = E.R. Cruz-a; DAX the Warrior & Bishop Dane-s; 1st MIST-s by Don McGregor; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; );

#121(6/1981; Vaughn BODE & Basil GOGOS-c; Hunter / Darklon-s; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; MIST-s by Don McGregor; );

#122(7/1981; Mayo-a; MIST-s = Don McGregor-s / Mayerick-a; Zud Kamish-s = E.R. Cruz-a; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; Decapitation-c; );

#123(8/1981; Sanjulian-c; Witches/Witchcraft-s; MIST-s = Don McGregor-s / Mayerick-a; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; );

#124(9/1981; Werewolf vs Dracula cover by FRAZETTA; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; E.R. Cruz-a; );

#125(10/1981; 1981 YEARBOOK; CORBEN-c; Scarcer issue, due to High Demand; all NEAL ADAMS Art issue; 84pgs; Dinosaur-c/s; Vampire-s; Voodoo-s; Zombie-s; 10 x illos of Cousin Eerie by WRIGHTSON = mostly new-a; );

#126(11/1981; CORBEN-c; Decapitation panel(s); Zud Kamish-s = E.R. Cruz-a; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; Maroto-a; );

#127(12/1981; Nestor Redondo-c; HOUDINI app; MERLIN-s = E.R. Cruz-a; Reuben Youngblood-s = CHAYKIN & Elias-a; Justin King of the Jungle-s = 14pgs NEBRES-a; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a );

#128(1/1982; Bondage-c; 8pgs Jim STARLIN / Neal ADAMS-a; Haggarth-s; Nebres-a; E.R. Cruz-a; HSU-a; Skull-c; Blackstar-s );

#129 (2/1982; Sanjulian-c; Marvin the Dead Thing , Swamp Monster-s; 1st Spacewrecked-s; Nebres, Lofamia, Boyette, Gillon & de la Fuente-a; );

#130 (4/1982; VAMPIRELLA & the TIME FORCE-c/s; all E.R.Cruz issue; 76pgs; New Book Length VAMPIRELLA-c & 54 page-s; Appearances of; Pantha, Van Helsing, Huntress, Schreck, Hunter, Exterminator One, Child, Dax, MacTavish, Spook, Coffin, Hunter-II, Darklon, Pie & Rook; );

#131(6/1982; Nebres-c; LOW Print Run; all WALLY WOOD art special issue = 49 pages art & 1 page Memorial; LOWER Print Run; );

#132( 7/1982; Sanjulian-c; LOW Print Run; ROOK returns; Haggarth-s = De La Fuente-s/a; Zud Kamish-s = E.R. Cruz-a; );

#133[8/1982; Sanjulian-c; 1982 YEARBOOK #1; LOW Print Run; Bondage-c; all Ramon Torrents art special issue, 3 x Fleur-s{GGA - Sexy Witch-s}; );

#133[8/1982; Sanjulian-c; 1982 YEARBOOK #1; LOW Print Run; Bondage-c; all Ramon Torrents art special issue, 3 x Fleur-s{GGA - Sexy Witch-s}; );

#134(9/1982; LOW Print Run; 8 page Color Comic book insert = Fighting Armenian-c/s, by Nebres; ROOK-s; Haggarth-s, Zud Kamish-s; );

#135(10/1982; Sanjulian-c; 1982 YEARBOOK #2; HOT & SCARCE issue; LOW Print Run; 100pgs, all Steve DITKO Art special issue; );

#135(10/1982; Sanjulian-c; 1982 YEARBOOK #2; HOT & SCARCE issue; LOW Print Run; 100pgs, all Steve DITKO Art special issue; );

#136(11/1982; Nestor Dedondo-c; LOW Print Run; 8 page Color Comic book insert = Starlad-c/s; Haggarth-s, ROOK-s; );

#137(12/1982; LOW Print Run; all Super Heroes, issue, w Hero Checklist, Darklon the Mystic = Jim STARLIN-a; Exterminator One-s = Neary-a; MUMMY Walks-s; SPOOK the Black Zombie Giant-s = Maroto-a; Hunter-s = Neary-a; Coffin-s; 84 pages; );

#138(1/1983; Nestor Redondo-c; LOW Print Run; MIST-s by McGregor; E.R. Cruz-a; 11pg Sherlock Holmes, Study in Scarlet-s; 8 page Color Comic book insert = Granny Gutman & the Limbo Men; UFO-s; );

#139(2/1983; Kelly Freas-c; SCARCE LAST issue; LOW Print Run; A.E.Van Vogt adaption-c & 43 Page story; 8 page Color Comic book insert = Infinity Force = Nebres-a; );

EERIE 1970 YEAR BOOK #NN(#1; Frazetta-c; );

EERIE 1971 ANNUAL #NN(#2; );

EERIE 1972 ANNUAL #NN(#3; );



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EERIE (Warren Mag) 8pg Slick Color insert issues = 51, 54--60,62,63,68,69,72,77,78,81,90,95

"Eerie Showcase" Newsprint Color 8pg Comicbook insert issues = 134(Fighting Armenian-c/s),136(Starlad-c/s),138(Granny Gutman & the Limbo Men), 139(Infinity Force)


EERIE Annual Giant issues = 42(10/72; Spooktacular; 84pgs), 51(9/73; 76pgs; with Color Poster), 59(Summer Special; All DAX issue; Color insert; 100pgs), 60(9/74; Summer Special; 84pgs; 16pgs color; Corben, Wrightson,Wood-a), 63(2/75; Xmas issue; color insert; 84pgs), 68(9/75; Summer special, color insert,84pgs),69(10/75; Summer Special; color insert, 84pgs), 77(9/76; color insert; Summer Special; 76pgs), 78(10/76; all MUMMY issue; color insert; 84pgs), 81(Frazetta-c;2/77,color insert,84pgs) 86(9/77;92pgs;all Corben issue), 87(10/77; 100pgs; Part new-a), 96(10/78; Summer Special; 92pgs), 100(3/79;Anniversary issue;92pgs), 135(10/82; 100pgs; all Ditko-a issue)


EERIE (Warren Mag) STORIES & NOTES =

Amazonia-s=27; Atlantis-s=36,37; Axe Murderer-s= 4,7,16,18,32,39,51,1971annual; Bikers (Motorcycle)-s=26; Bondage-c=27,103,128,133; Boxing-s=28; Burning at stake-s=53,58; Captain Blood-s = 61; Chess-s=24,41,59; Crime Crusher (superhero)-s=32; Cyclops (1pg Pinup)=9, s=34,46,59; Decapitation panels=2,16,44,52,57, 58,63,64,70,75,77,103,126; Decapitation-c=35,103,122; Dinosaur-s=5,7,33,36,42r,46,77,79,87,97(x4),116,125,1971annual; Dinosaur-c=5,18,77,97,125; Dismemberment-s=75,77; Dolls Horror-c/s=15; Dracula-s= 16(related), 24r,40(2pgs),46, c=124; Dragon-s=11; Drug-s=31,41; Egypt (Non-Mummy)= 17-c/s,s=23; Frankenstein-s= 2, 6(1pg pinup), 19(1pg pinup), 40(Ploog-a); Frankenstein Swipe-s= 19,30,57,60,68; Freaks-s=18,68; Gladiator-s=28; Grim Reaper-s=91; Hanging panels=3,8,9,23,26,33,40,54;

HELL-s=5,38; Horizon Seekers-s=101--105,107; Houdini app=127; Hypo Needle/Drug-s=4; Indians-s=34; King Kong-s (7 stories &c, based on the King Kong Swipe Frazetta-c with nude girl) = 81; Merlin-s=116; Mermaid-s=44,59,112; Minotaur pinup=11,22r,33; Mr Hype-s=78; Multiple Monsters-s=11,15; Mummy-s= 5(Story & 1pg Pinup), 9, 11,17,22,30,35,42(x2-r),78(all Mummy issue); Mummy-c=12,30,86; Mythology-s=19; Nazi POW camp torture-s=9; Nudity panel(s)=22,23,27,34,35,37,39,40,45--48,50,53,55,57,59,63,64,66,68, 77—79,81,87--92,112, 120,126,131,132,136,137 c=77,81,97,125; Rats-s=4; Samurai-s=35,80; Satan/Devil-s=12,20,22,28,31, 32(x2),34,47,50,83; Scarecrow-s=26; Sea Monster-s=58; Skull-c=10,13,98,117,128; Slavery -s=58,64; Spiders-s=26,31,89,108,1972annual,c=89,108; Sports-c/s= 79(Football), 88(Basketball),92(Hockey); Swamp Monster-c=11; Swamp Monster-s=11,49; Sword & Sorcery (Non-Series)-s=10,21,23,28,29,34,35,37; Tarot card-s=44;

Time Machine -c/s=18,31 s=26,33,43,97,99; Titanic (1/2pg)=24; UFO-s=26,36,81,87,91,102,113,138; UFO-c=113; Vampire-s (non-series) =4,5,7,9,11,12,14,17,18,22—24,26,30,32,38,44,49,73,125; Vampire-c=19,93; Vampire vs Werewolf battle-s=30; Vlad the impaler-s=45(2pgs);Voodoo-s=10,12,13,42r,43,125, (1pg)-s =2; Wendigo (1pg pinup)=10; Werewolf-s (non-series) = 5,8,9,11,14(x2),17,22,26,27,30,35—37,42r,45,46,52(game),56,86, 87,135,1971annual, Werewolf (1pg)-s= 2,44; Werewolf-c=56,86,124; Whipping panels=64; Witches/Witchcraft-s=7,10,11,21,27,45,53,54,59,133; Witch(es)-c=7,11,45; Wizard-s=4,5,20,34,56,92 c=56; Zombie--s= 4,10,13,25,37,48,125; Zombie-c=20,43;


EERIE (Warren Mag) SERIES; Abelmar Jones-s=92,93,95; Apocalypse (Lewis-s/Ortiz-a) =62—65; Assassin/Samurai-s (Mayerick-a) =103,105,108, 109, 111; Beast World-s (Marcos-a)=104,105, 107—110; Black Demon's Sword/Scallywag-s=87--89; Blackstar-s =85 ,128; Blood on Black Satin-s (Gulacy-a)=109--111; Boiling Point-s=88,89; Butcher-s (Corben-a) =62,64; Cagim-s=116,117,124; Child-s (Frankenstein based-s; Potter-s/Corben-a) = 57,58,60; Coffin (Indian cursed Living Dead-Man/Western; Lewis-s/Ortiz-a)-s = 61,67,68,70,137r, c=61,67,70; Cronk-s=77,80,95; Curse of the Werewolf Series-s (48,49=Buckler/DuBay-a; 50,52--54 =M. Salvador-a; All=Milgrom-s) =48--50,52--54, -c=48,50; Darklon the Mystic-s (by Starlin)= 76,79,80,84,100,137r, c=100, with Hunter-s=121(Sanchez-a); Doctor Archaeus-s (Boudreau-s/Mones-a) = 54—58,60,61; DAX the Warrior-s (Sword & Sorcery by Maroto) = 39--41,43--50,52,59 (Dax-c/s x10), front-c/back-c=59; Dax & Bishop Dane-s=120; Dracula/Son of Dracula Series-s (46-48=Dubay-s, 46,47=Sutton-a; 48=Buckler-a)= 46--48, c=46,47,50; El Cid-s (by Lewis-s/ Mayo-a) =65, 66(full issue), 70,71, c=66; Exterminator-s (DuBay-s/Maroto-a)=58,112r; Exterminator One-s (Neary-a) =60,63,64,68, 112,137r, back-c=63, c=64; Exterminator One-s app in Hunter-II-s =70--73,101, c=72,73,100; Fallen Angel-s=96(3-pt-s,30pgs), 112; Fleur-s (Sexy Witch)-s=133(x3); Francesca-s=89,91; Frankenstein Swipe Series (Mastroserio-a) = 3,5,6,21r; Freaks-s= 72,73,75; Gaffer-s=83,85,87,92; Game on inside covers (by Dubay) = 50--52; Goblin -c/s= 71; Gotterdamerung-s=100,101; Hacker (Skeates-s; 57=Sutton-a; 65,67=Toth-a)-s=57,65,67; Haggarth-s (De La Fuente-s/a) =118—124,126--129,132,134,136; Hard John's Nuclear Hit Parade-s = 83,84,85,106(All Hard John Special); Harrow House-s=95,99; Haxtur-s (De La Fuente-s/a) =111,113,114,116,117; Honor & Blood-s=93,94,98; Horizon Seekers-s (Duranona-a) =99--105,107; Hunt-s (by Neary) = 43; (Demian) Hunter the Demon Killer-s (with Neary-a) = 52--57, 69(x6r),137r, c=55,57,69, with Darklon-s=121; Hunter-II-s (with Neary-a) =67(origin), 68--73,101(returns-c/s),c=68,72,73,100,101; Hunter 3-s=87; "IT"(..the Dead Thing)-s =56,57,73; Jeremiah Cold-s=72,75; Lilith (Female vampire)-s=47(origin/1st app,with Satan,19pg-s); Luana the Spook(Jungle Girl,based of Frazetta)-s=112; MacTavish master of Zodiac-V-s (Pepe Moreno Casaures-a) =95,96,105,107,109,111, c=96; Marvin the Dead Thing (Swamp Monster)-s=49,129, c-49; Merlin-s =67, 74,127; Mist-s (McGregor-s) =120--123,138(x2), c=138; Moonshadow-s=91,92,93; Mummies Walk-s (Skeates-s/Blasquez-a)=61—63; Mummy Walks Series-s (by Skeates-s/J.Brocal-a) = 48--50,52--54,78(x6),137r c=50,53; Night of the Jackass-s (Bezaire-s/Ortiz-a)=60,63--65,115(x4r); Oogie-s =70,75,76,77 c=76; Open Sky-s (Ortiz-a) =103,104,111; Papa Voodoo (Crackermeyer of Spook series! Lewis-s/Sanchez-a)-s=67; Pea Green boat-s=79,80,82,85; Peter Hypnos (Jose Bea-s/a)-s=72,73,76; the Pie (alien; 64=Toth-a; 72=Bermejo-a)-s= 64,72; Race of the Damned-s=108,109 ; ROOK-s = 82(1st app/origin),84,85,87--95, 98(31pgs-s),99, 100(30pg-s),101—105, 132(returns),134,136, c=82,83,99, 100; Reuben Youngblood-s=72,127; Satanna, Daughter of Satan-s = 50; Schreck-s = 53(origin), 54,55(25pgs); Sherlock Holmes-s=138;Shining Sea-s=96,99; Southern Exposure=25,26; Spacewrecked-s=129,132,134,136; SPIRIT-s (color by Eisner) =54,55; Spook (Black Zombie Giant; 57,58=Moench-s/Maroto-a; 62--65=Lewis-s/Sanchez-a; With Crackermeyer=62,64,65) -s = 57,58(x2-s),62--65,112r,137r c=58,65,112 ; Third Person Singular-s=79,80; Tombspawn-s (G.Mayo-a)= 73,80,82, c=80; Trespasser-s=103--105; Vampirella app with Rook-s=94(12pg-s), 95(12pg-s),130; Vampirella-c=95,130; Vampirella short app =46(2pgs);

Were-Mummy-s (Mummy Walks & Curse of Werewolf combine)= 54,56,61; Zud Kamish-s (E.R.Cruz-a) =119,120,122,126,128,132,134, c=119;


EERIE (Warren Mag) ADAPTIONS = A.Bierce-s=17; Robert Bloch-s=12; N.Hawthorne-s=63; Karloff Mummy adaption-s=11; H.P.Lovecraft-s= 13,62; Lovecraft/Derleth-s=13; Regis O'Neill-s=29; Edgar Allen Poe adaptions = 12,13,20,86(x2); Bram Stoker-s=16,19,24r; A.E.Van Vogt-s=139;


EERIE (Warren Mag) ARTISTS = Neal Adams-a= 9,10,23r,53,97,125(x7),1972annual; Neal Adams (1pg Pinup)-a=11,22r,42r; Adkins-a= 7—10,12, 28,29,42r,131,1971annual; Adkins-a (1pg pinup)-a=5,30; Adkins-c=9; Alcala-a=93,96,99--101,104,105,113; V.Alcazar-a=53--55; Aldoma-a=50,52; Auraleon-a=37,39, 40,45,46,51,88,92,110; Auraleon (1pg pinup)=74; K.Barr-a=27,30,33,37,41(1pg); Bill Barry-a=25,32; Bassford-a=39(1pg); Jose Bea-a=39—41,51, 72,73,75,76; Jose Bea-c=75; L.Bermejo-a=71,72,75,76,79--85,87--89,91,94,95,98,124,126,132,134,136,139, c=82; Bill Black-a=25; Blazquez-a=61--63; V.Bode/Gogos-c=26,121r; V.Bode/Jeff Jones-c=27; Bolle-a=16,17,24,26,30--32; Boris (Vallejo)-c= 34; Boyette-a=15,28,30,33,129; Boyette-c=28; Brocal-a=34,37(x2),39,40,48--50,52--54,78(x7),137,c=78; Brocal (1pg)-a=38; P.Broderick-a=34(1/2pg sketch on fanpage); Brunner-a= 35(9/71); Buckler-a=29,48,49,53; Carrillo-a=138; Casares(Pepe Moreno)-a= 93,95,96, 101,102, 105,107,109,111; Catan-a=136; Castelleon-a=7; Chaykin-a=72,127; Cockrum-a=36,39; E.Colan-a =17,19,22,25,27,33,37; Gene Colan-a= 2-11,25, 1971annual(x2); Corben-a = 16( 2xsketches on fanpage), 32,33,43,56—58,60,62,64,77,79,81,86(x8),87,90,97(x3),106; Corben-c=31,32,77,86,90,125,126; Corben colors= 54—58,60,62; Craig-a (see also Taycee)=7,11,12,16,42r,51,1971annual,1972annual; Crandall-a=2,5,6,13,14,17,19,20(x2),24,42r,46; E.R.Cruz-a =113,116,117, 119,120,122,124,126—128,130(54pgs),132,134,138; N.Cuti-a=94; Davis-a= 2(back-c), 3(1pg); De La Fuente-s/a =111,113,114,116—124,126--129,132,134,136; De Leon-a=107; Ditko-a=3--10,17,21,22,42r,135(x10),1972annual(x2); Ditko Back-c= 3—5; Dominguez-c=42--45,47; Draut-a=138; P.Druillet-a=29(4xscetches =2pgs on fanpage,9/70); Dubay-a=28,30,31,37(1pg),42r,44--53; Duranona-a=83,85,87,89—94,96,98--105,107,110,123; Eisner-a=54,55; Elias-a=102,103; Englehart-s/a=35; Enrich-c=36,37,49,83,116,117; Estrada-a=12,16; Fastner & Larson-c=130; F.Fernandez-a=94,117,118; M.Fernandez-a=27; Freas-c=139; Gardner Fox-s=27,32,35(x2); Frazetta-c=2,3,5,7,8,23,

81,84r,87r,124r; Frazetta-ads =2(1pg), 3(3xads), 4(2x1/2pg ads),24(Full pg Vampirella preview ad); Fuente-a=35,42r; J.Garcia-a=111; Luis Garcia-a=41,43(1pg),51; C.Garzon-a=29,30,31(x2),34; Gillon-a=129,132,134,136; Gimenez-a=114; Giordano-a=81,83,88; B.Graham-a=28,31; Grandenetti-a=7—11,18,21,24,30,35,38,41, 43,44,1972annual; Grandenetti-a (1pg)-a=44; Dan Green-a=84; Jose Gual-a=38,41,57,73; Gulacy-a=103--105,109--111; H.B.Harris-c=20; Heath-a=98; Al Hewetson-s=28,33,34; Wayne Howard-a=77; P.Hsu-a=128; Infantino-a=77,79,80,82--84,95,96; Clif Jackson (1pg pinup)-a=32,33; Clif Jackson-a=32 Jim Janes-a=46,100,104,105; Jenney-a=8,9,23; M.Jennings-a=46; Bruce Jones-a=16(3xsketches on fanpage), 23(fanpage sketch), 36; J.Jones-a=11,12,15; J.Jones-a=31(sketch on fanpage); Judlomon-a=108,118; Ken Kelly-c=29,38,39,55--57,59--61,64,65,68,73,74,79,80,85,111,112; Kelly Back-c=63; Sanho Kim-a=35,40; Krenkel-a=22; Krenkel (1pg pinup)-a=4,9,10,12r,18r; Krenkel script=5; Kukalis-c=107,122; Larkin-c=119; Laurier-c=101,108,110,113,115,120; Laxamana-a=92,93; Leialoha-a=32(2xsketches on fanpage); Lindall-c=103; Lofamia-a=120,121,129; Maitz-c=88,91,93,94; Marcos-a=36(1pg),95,104,105,107—110; Maroto-a=36,38—41,43--52,57,58,59(x10),63,70,71,75--77,85,94,99,112(x6),126,137; Mascaro-s=36; Mastroserio-a=3—6,8,9,15,21(x2),1971annual; Mayerik-a=103,105,108,109,111,122,123; Mayerik-c=97; Gonzalo Mayo-a=65, 66(x5=54pgs),70,71,73,74,80--82,89--91,122; McFeeters-a=117; McNeill-c=89; McQuaite-c=92; McWilliams-a=12--14; Milgrom-a=79,80; Mondiero-a=15; I.Mones-a=54--58,60,61,94,100,101; B.Morello-a=121,123,124; Morrow-a=2,4,7(1pg pinup), 15,19,1971annual; Morrow-c=4,6,10; Munes-a=49,50,52; Nebres-a=95,111,118,127--129,131,134,139, c=134; Neary-a=41,46--50,52--57,60,63,64,67,68,69(x6),70--74,101,137; A.Nino-a=87,90,92,93,95; Norman-a=4,7,22; Orlando-a=2—5,10,12,13,15, 16,18,25; Orlando-c=11; Ortiz-a=60—65,67,68,70--72,74--77,80--85,87--93,95,99,102--104,106,110,115(x5),128,137,c=106; Ortiz (1pg pinup)-a=113; Pederson-c=1972annual; Panaligan-a=138; Penalva-c=95,96,99,100,105,118; Piscopo-a=26--28; Ploog-a= 35(9/71),40; Prezio-c=13--15,21,22; F.Redondo-a=116; N.Redondo-c=127,136,138; Reinert-c=104,109,128; Ricton-a=6; L.M.Roca-a=36; B.Rockwell-a=19; B.Rockwell-c=16,17; Marshall Rogers-a=45(Sketch on fanpage,2/73); B.Romero-a=56; Roussos-a=33; Royer-a=23--25,27,32,34; Rubio-a=36,44,45; M.Salvador-a=44,45,47,48,50,52—54,56,94,102; L.Sanchez-a=60--65,68,70--77,79--82,85,87--89,94,114,120,121 ; Sanjulian-c=40,41,46,48,50—54,58,62,63,67,69,71,72,76,101,114,123,129,132,133,135; Sanlulian back-c=59(new-a); J. Severin-a= 8,20,42r,106; J.Severin (1pg pinup)-a=2,6; Shores-a=32; Simonson-a=96, c=106; Kenneth Smith-c= 1971annual; Sparling-a=26--28,29(x3),30,32,33; Starlin-a=76,79,80,84,100, 101,128,137; Steranko-c=25(1/69); Suso-a=43,45; Sutton-a=11,12,17,18,20,22—29,31,32,34,36, 38,39,41,43--47,57,1972annual; Sutton (1pg pinup)=21,24,26,27,43; A.Suydam-a=30(sketc on fanpage) ; Taycee-a (Johnny Craig)=2, 3(1pg),6 ,18; Todd-a=33; Todd-c=33; Torrents-a=50,81,133(x5); Torres-a=2,3,5,6,8(1pg),13, 14(x3),19, 24,42r,51,1971annual; Toth-a= 2,3,14,16,51,64,65,67,1972annual; Trapani-a=18; Vaultz-a=102,108,109; Len Wein-a=22(Sketch on fanpage); Weiss-a=34; Mike Whelan-a =17(sketch on fanpage= 1st pub-a?); Al Williamson-a=3,5,13,18,22,42r; Tony Williamsune-a=15--26,31,34; A.Willow-c=19; Wood-a=11,60,61,131(x6); Wood-a=(1pg pinup)=5,14; Woodroffe-c=98; Woromay-a=11; Wrightson (1 Page Pinups)-a =57,58,61—67,70--72,78(1/4pg); Wrightson (full-s)-a=58,60,62,68,72; Wrightson Back-c=60; Yandoc-a=119; M.Zeck-a=108;



Famous Films

#1 = see Horror of Party Beach (1964) #2 = see Curse of Frankenstein/Horror of Dracula (1964);


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FAMOUS MONSTERS Mass Market PAPERBACKS

(Paperback Library Pub);

#1 Best from FAMOUS MONSTERS of Filmland (7/1964; 3rd Printing; Scarce; FAIR, low grade Reading Copy );

#2 Son of FAMOUS MONSTERS of Filmland (3/1965; 2nd Printing; Scarce; FAIR, low grade Reading Copy );


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FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND (the classic Forrest J. Ackerman Horror / Monster Magazine; Warren Pub) = SCARCE Early issues;

*** Prices in USA funds, plus Postage;

#1 [1958; FRANKENSTEIN & Blonde Girl PHOTO cover; *** Includes; Alice in Monsterland; the Frankenstein Story; 2 pages Frankenstein comics from Humbug mag; Out of this World Monsters; Special Effects article; SCARCE; SOLD OUT];


#5 (11/1959; Bela Lugosi as Leader of the Manimals in H.G. Wells' Island of Lost Souls = First Painted Cover by Albert Nuetzell for FM; Revenge of the Creature from the Black Lagoon walks among us = 11 page article with Photo's; Return of the FLY = 7 page article with Photo's; Alligator People; 1/4 page early Julie Newmar photo; );

#6(2/1960; KING KONG Painted Cover by Albert Nuetzell; King Kong Returns; Sneak Preview of 1960 Horror Films; The Time Machine - G.H. Wells, George Pal Film with Rod Taylor;; M.T. Graves of Miami TV's WCKT Station; Overall G/VG, but with Scratches on Cover, and 1/1/2" Piece missing off bottom left cover corner, );

#7 (6/1960; TV's ZACHERLEY painted cover by Albert Nuetzell; Dr. Cyclops; Mad Laboratories; 5 pages on Zacherley with 15 Photo's; Count & Countess Scalpela; One of THREE Cover Variants = This Variant has the lower Left Cover panel that states "First Pictures - Tomorrow's Monsters"; );

#8(9/1960; Albert Nuetzell of William Castle's 13 Ghosts-c; overall VG, but tape stain on spine, outside tape is gone; Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#9(11/1960; Vincent PRICE Painted cover by Basil Gogos; Phantom of the Opera; Giant Halloween Special issue; Bela Lugosi; 68 pages; );

#9(11/1960; Vincent PRICE Painted cover by Basil Gogos; Phantom of the Opera; Giant Halloween Special issue; Bela Lugosi; 68 pages; );

#10(1/1961; Phantom of the Opera-c, by Basil Gogos; );

#10(1/1961; Phantom of the Opera-c, by Basil Gogos; appears VG+, but Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, t );

#10(1/1961; Phantom of the Opera-c, by Basil Gogos; Tape & Magic Tape repairs to Split Spine, o/w Complete, thus FAIR+, Reading Copy );

#10(1/1961; Phantom of the Opera-c, by Basil Gogos; Creases, Tears & Magic Tape repairs inside, o/w Complete, thus FAIR, Reading Copy );

#11 (April/1961; GORGO Painted cover by Basil Gogos; RARE in Higher Grades VF or Better; Jekyll & Hyde; Edgar Allan Poe; Lon Chaney Jr; SOLD OUT);

#12(6/1961; SCARCE issue; Curse of WEREWOLF painted cover by Basil Gogos; Appears VF, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#12(6/1961; SCARCE issue; Curse of WEREWOLF painted cover by Basil Gogos; Appears VG/FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover );

#12(6/1961; SCARCE issue; Covers missing, );

#13 (August/1961; 100 pages; Frankenstein painted cover; Basil Rathbone as Lodac; Rodan; Incredible Shrinking Man; Bob / Robert Burns; George Zucco Memorial; ERB's Beasts of Tarzan; Konga; Thing from another World; Anniversary issue; );

#13 (August/1961; 100 pages; Frankenstein painted cover; Basil Rathbone as Lodac; Rodan; Incredible Shrinking Man; Bob / Robert Burns; George Zucco Memorial; ERB's Beasts of Tarzan; Konga; Thing from another World; Anniversary issue; );

#13 (August/1961; 100 pages; Frankenstein painted cover; Basil Rathbone as Lodac; Rodan; Incredible Shrinking Man; Bob / Robert Burns; George Zucco Memorial; ERB's Beasts of Tarzan; Konga; Thing from another World; Anniversary issue; );

#13 (August/1961; 100 pages; Frankenstein painted cover; Basil Rathbone as Lodac; Rodan; Incredible Shrinking Man; Bob / Robert Burns; George Zucco Memorial; ERB's Beasts of Tarzan; Konga; Thing from another World; Anniversary issue; );

#14 (10/1961; Vincent PRICE in Edgar Allan Poe's Pit & Pendulum Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Flash Gordon; Quasimodo/Hunchback & Dick Smith Make-Up; Imaginative Movies; );

#15(1/1962; TV's ZACHERLY painted cover, by Basil GOGOS; Mad Robots; Robert Burns; Body Snatchers; );

#15(1/1962; TV's ZACHERLY painted cover, by Basil GOGOS; Mad Robots; Robert Burns; Body Snatchers; Moderate Glue repair inside spine to cover, );

#15(1/1962; TV's ZACHERLY painted cover, by Basil GOGOS; Mad Robots; Robert Burns; Body Snatchers; Tape on Spine, );

#16 (March/1962; Lon Chaney as Phantom of the Opera Paintedcover; Robert Bloch & Imaginative Movies; Man who Lost his Face & Dick Smith Make-Up; Photo feature on the film THE MASK; Sci-Fi Robots; Lon Chaney pinup; );

#17 (May/1962; 68 Pages; Elsa Lanchester in Bride of FRANKENSTEIN Painted Cover by BASIL GOGOS; Clown at Midnite – Robert Bloch; Lon Chaney; Glenn Strange; Dick Mith & Dorian Gray; );

#18 (July/1962; 68 Pages; Dwight Frye the Spider & Fly Disciple of Count Dracula Painted Cover by BASIL GOGOS; Lon Chaney; Dante’s Inferno; Bela Lugosi; 50 Worst Horror Films ever Made; War of the Colossal Beast; Sardonicus unmasked; );

#19 (September/1962; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone & Vincent Price in Edgar Allan Poe's TALES OF TERROR painted cover by Basil GOGOS & Article with first Exclusive Photo's; Lon Chaney Jr; Bela Lugosi; Peter Lorre story; Film the LOST WORLD; Mothra; );

#19 (September/1962; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone & Vincent Price in Edgar Allan Poe's TALES OF TERROR painted cover by Basil GOGOS & Article with first Exclusive Photo's; Lon Chaney Jr; Bela Lugosi; Peter Lorre story; Film the LOST WORLD; Mothra; );

#19 (September/1962; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone & Vincent Price in Edgar Allan Poe's TALES OF TERROR painted cover by Basil GOGOS & Article with first Exclusive Photo's; Lon Chaney Jr; Bela Lugosi; Peter Lorre story; Film the LOST WORLD; Mothra; );

#19 (September/1962; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone & Vincent Price painted cover; Lon Chaney Jr; Bela Lugosi; Peter Lorre story; Cover edges are insect chewed, rest of mag OK; READING COPY, );

#21 (February/1963; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; Elsa Lanchester as BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN with FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER Painted cover by Basil GOGOS, with 34 Page Feature Article on the BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN Movie starring BORIS KARLOFF with many Photo's; *** Includes; Dick Smith makeup for Dorian Gray; Lon Chaney Jr; Son of Kong; Dwight Frye; );

#22(4/1963; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA cover; 5th Anniversary issue; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; SOLD OUT );

#23(6/1963; 100 Pages; Includes; Christopher Lee, Day of Triffids, Black Zoo, Robert Bloch, Dracula, Son of Kong, Boris Karloff);

#23 (6/1963; Painted cover; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; *** Includes; Christopher Lee, Day of Triffids, Black Zoo, Robert Bloch, Dracula, Son of Kong, Boris Karloff; );

#24 (8/1963; WEREWOLF of London Painted cover & Filmbook; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; *** Includes; House of Ackerman, King Kong, Diary of a Madman, Lon Chaney / Phantom; );

#24 (8/1963; WEREWOLF of London Painted cover & Filmbook; 100 page Squarebound Giant issue; *** Includes; House of Ackerman, King Kong, Diary of a Madman, Lon Chaney / Phantom; FA, NO back cover );

#27 (3/1964; Cyclops from Harryhausen's 7th Voyage of Sinbad painted cover; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Ultra Small & Super Tall films, Bela Lugosi Dracula, Vincent Price, King Kong; );

#28 (5/1964; 100 Pages; Bela Lugosi as Leader of Manimals, in Island of Lost Souls Painted cover & featured Photo Filmbook article; Most Horrible Frankenstein; Phantom of the Opera; the Manster; Children of the Damned; );

#28(5/1964; 100 Pages; Bela Lugosi as Leader of Manimals, in Island of Lost Souls cover; );

#29 (7/1964; FLESH EATERS Painted cover; *** Includes; Jerry Lewis attacked by Monsters, Christoper Lee, Mole People, 7 Faces of Dr Lao, Mexicreatures; );

#29 (7/1964; FLESH EATERS Painted cover; *** Includes; Jerry Lewis attacked by Monsters, Christoper Lee, Mole People, 7 Faces of Dr Lao, Mexicreatures; overall FN/VF, but with Magic Tape down spine );

#30 (9/1964; 100 Pages; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted cover, by Russ Jones; );

#30 (9/1964; 100 Pages; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted cover, by Russ Jones; );

#30 (9/1964; 100 Pages; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted cover, by Russ Jones; );

#31 (12/1964; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Mexicreatures, Lon Chaney Sr, Mummy's Hand, Creeping Terror; UN-COMMON issue; );

#31 (12/1964; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Mexicreatures, Lon Chaney Sr, Mummy's Hand, Creeping Terror; UN-COMMON issue; );

#31 (12/1964; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Mexicreatures, Lon Chaney Sr, Mummy's Hand, Creeping Terror; UN-COMMON issue; G/VG, with heavy Magic tape on spine, );

#31 (12/1964; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Mexicreatures, Lon Chaney Sr, Mummy's Hand, Creeping Terror; UN-COMMON issue; Creasing to covers );

#32 (3/1965; customized Mighty Kong monster model photo cover & article on Contest Winners with photo's; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** FIRST Comics strip appearance of DRACULA in a Warren Magazine & also the First Original Comics strip to appear in Famous Monsters = "Horror of DRACULA" 7 page Comics strip with Jonathan Harker by Russ Jones & Joe Orlando; *** Horrible Sun Demon; Monster maker Winners; Monsterland USA = 6pg Article on the MUNSTERS; Mr Sardonicus; Lon Chaney - 1001 Faces; Two on a Gullotine; );

#32 (3/1965; customized Mighty Kong monster model photo cover & article on Contest Winners with photo's; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** FIRST Comics strip appearance of DRACULA in a Warren Magazine & also the First Original Comics strip to appear in Famous Monsters = "Horror of DRACULA" 7 page Comics strip with Jonathan Harker by Russ Jones & Joe Orlando; *** Horrible Sun Demon; Monster maker Winners; Monsterland USA = 6pg Article on the MUNSTERS; Mr Sardonicus; Lon Chaney - 1001 Faces; Two on a Gullotine; );

#32 (3/1965; customized Mighty Kong monster model photo cover & article on Contest Winners with photo's; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** FIRST Comics strip appearance of DRACULA in a Warren Magazine & also the First Original Comics strip to appear in Famous Monsters = "Horror of DRACULA" 7 page Comics strip with Jonathan Harker by Russ Jones & Joe Orlando; *** Horrible Sun Demon; Monster maker Winners; Monsterland USA = 6pg Article on the MUNSTERS; Mr Sardonicus; Lon Chaney - 1001 Faces; Two on a Gullotine; );


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FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND (the classic Forrest J. Ackerman Horror / Monster Magazine; Warren Pub)

#33 = ASK

#34(8/1965; MR. HYDE painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Horrors of Spider Island; Lon Chaney Sr., Werewolf in Girls Dormitory, Stone Men, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, Leech Woman);

#35(10/1965; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA Painted cover by Vic Prezio; Night of the Blood Beast; Dracula / Lugosi invaded England; GODZILLA, King of Creatures; Peer Gynt starring Charlton Heston; Frankenstein's from France);

#36 (12/1965; MUMMY'S GHOST Painted Cover by Vic Prezio & feature article; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Alligator People, St George & Seven Curses, Rip Van Dracula, Return of FLY; Bull Montana as Missing Link in Lost World; Split-Face makup by Dick Smith; Joe Franklin interview; Face of Fire from House of Wax; );

#36(12/1965; MUMMY Painted Cover by Vic Prezio; 100 page Squarebound Giant; *** Includes; Alligator People, St George & Seven Curses, Rip Van Dracual, Mummy's Ghost, Return of FLY);

#37(Uncommon) = ASK

#38 (4/1965; Curse of the Demon painted cover by Vic Prezio & feature article; White Zombie with Bela Lugosi; 12 pages of Ray Harryhausen's 20 Million Miles to Earth Filmbook Part-2 of 2; Invasion of the Saucermen; DALEKS Invade England; The Scarcest & most valuable issue over #30; SCARCE issue; );

#39(6/1966; FRANKENSTEIN Conquers the World Painted cover by Vic Prezio; Dinosaurs article; Herbert Marshall of ehe Fly; makeup artists Mike Westmore, Jack Pierce etc; Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster; interview of Carroll Borland - Luna & Mark of the Vampire; Kong illustrations by animator Willis O'Brien = Frankenstein vs King Kong; Weight = 140 Grams);

#40(8/1966; Anniversary issue; Monster from Horror Hotel painted cover by Ron Cobb; Great Lugosi Mystery; The Mummy's Hand comic adaptation; Deadly Bees; makeup artists Dick Smith, Bud Westmore; She Creature;= SOLD OUT);

#41(11/1966; WEREWOLF Painted Cover; Wally Ford of Ape Man & Mummy's Tomb; Thin Man Captured - John Carradine; Munster Go Home Film Story; Mummy's Tomb; Weight = 140 Grams);

#42(1/1967; Frankenstein vs WOLF MAN battle, with pretty Blonde Girl on ground Painted Cover by Ron Cobb; 84 pages Squarebound; *** Includes; Frankenstein vs WOLF MAN article, Christopher Lee, King Kong returns, Invasion of Body Snatchers);

#43(3/1967; Christopher Lee as Dracula in coffin in Graveyard Painted cover by Ron Cobb; Dinosaurs - Prehistoric Lost Worlds of O'Brien & Harryhausen; Count Dracula Society Awards; Fantastic Voyage; House of Dracula film story with Chaney, Carradine & Atwill; Verne Langdon; Weight = 140 Grams = SOLD OUT );


#44(5/1967; KING KONG Painted Cover by Dan Adkins; 84 pages Squarebound; *** Includes; Tarantula, Chamber of Horrors, DR. WHO and the DALEKS, Monster that Challenged the World, Boris Karloff);

#45(7/1967; PROJECTED MAN Painted Cover by Ron Cobb; 84 pages Squarebound; *** Includes; Projected Man, Dr Blood's Coffin, House of Wax, Human Monster / Bela Lugosi; Return of the vampire with Bela Lugosi);

#46 (9/1967; WEREWOLF Painted Cover by Dan Adkins; 84 pages; Monster {Vampire} of the Opera; BORIS KARLOFF in the Magic Castle = Interview; Hammer's Mummy's Shroud; Devil Commands; Vampire & the Ballerina; Mold People when Life Masks Die {Make-Up} by Verne Langdon);

#47(11/1967; Claude Rains as Phantom of the Opera Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Horror of Dracula; Black Cat; James Bond; Karloff; Return of Ghidrah; Weight = 140 Grams; );

#48(Uncommon) = ASK

#49(5/1968; Henry Hull in WEREWOLF of London Painted Cover by Ron Cobb; 68 pages; *** Includes; Bram Stiker's DRACULA with Bela Lugosi; Ghost of Frankenstein; Footsteps of FRANKENSTEIN Comics Strip = 8 pages Reed CRANDALL art; );

#50(7/1968; GORGO Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Anniversary issue; Tarantula; Devil Bat with Lugosi; Horror of Dracula = 7 pages Comics);

#51(8/1968; WOLFMAN Painted-c by BASIL GOGOS; Wolfman Article; Curse of Frankenstein comic strip; BARBARELLA with Jane Fonda; Return of Kong; Black Heart of Dorian Gray; SOLD OUT);

#52(10/1968; BARNABAS COLLINS Photo cover; 68 pages; *** Includes; DARK SHADOWS article; 10 pages on POTA - Planet of the Apes; Dr. Cyclops is Dead; Son of Frankenstein; Revenge of the Zombies);

#53(1/1969; COLOSSAL MAN Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Horror in the Lighthouse by Edgar Allan Poe & Robert Bloch; Biography of William Castle; Lon Chaney's face #1001; HAMMER Films);

#53(1/1969; COLOSSAL MAN Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Horror in the Lighthouse by Edgar Allan Poe & Robert Bloch; Biography of William Castle; Lon Chaney's face #1001; HAMMER Films);

#54(3/1969; Big Brained MARTIAN from Invasion of the Saucer-Men Painted Cover by Ron Cobb; 68 pages; *** Includes; Christopher Lee interview; Invasion of the Vampires; Dracula 2000; Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde; Frankenstein's from France; King Kong; Lon Chaney Sr);

#55(5/1969; LAND of the GIANTS Painted Cover & Article; 68 pages; *** Includes; Dracula 2000; Quasimodo - Hunchbach of Notre Dame with Lon Chaney; Jack Pierce special effects);

#56 (7/1969; Classic BORIS KARLOFF as FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; All about BORIS KARLOFF Memorial Special Issue with his life in pictures; Comments on his death by Christoper Lee & Peter Lorre, Elsa Lanchester, Forrest Ackerman, Vincent Price & Lon Chaney; original FRANKENSTEIN Movie with Boris Karloff part-1 = 18 pages Story of the Film with Rare Photo's, Chapters 1-8, continued in FM #57 and #60; UN-COMMON issue; Weight = 110 Grams;SOLD OUT );

#57(9/1969; MGM's GREEN SLIME with Space Girl GGA / Good Girl Art Painted Cover by Vic Livoti; 68 pages; *** Includes; original FRANKENSTEIN Movie with Boris Karloff part-2 = 16 pages Story of the Film with Rare Photo's, Chapters 9-16, continued from #56 and into #60; Invasion of the Vampires; Green Slime preview; 7 pages Lon Chaney as Hunchbach & Phantom of Opera comics = Angrelo TORRES-a);

#58(10/1969; Boris Karloff as the MUMMY painted cover by Maurice Whitman; 68 pages; *** Includes; Rowan & Martin as Werewolf in Maltese Bippy; Karloff as the MUMMY; Lon Chaney in Return of the Vampire; Frankenstein 1970; 6 pages Boris Karloff as the MUMMY comics = Wally WOOD-a);

#59(11/1969; BARNABAS COLLINS Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; All about Barnabas Collins of DARK SHADOWS; 68 pages; *** Includes; Frankenstain must be Destroyed; Christopher Lee in DRACULA has risen from the Grave; John Carradine interview; Bela Lugosi; Vincent Price House of Wax; 6 page Living Dead comics strip = Tom Sutton-a; Interview with Carroll Borland = Luna from Mark of the Vampire);

#60(12/1969; DORIAN GRAY Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; New Monster Movie previews; White Zombie; Man eating Plant films; original FRANKENSTEIN Movie with Boris Karloff part-3 = 14 pages Story of the Film with Rare Photo's, Chapters 17-24, continued from #56-57);

#61(1/1970; Bela Lugosi & Carroll Borland in Mark of the Vampire Painted cover by Peter Green; 68 pages; *** Includes; John W. Campbell Jr's the THING {from Another World} filmbook Part-1; Bela Lugosi & Carroll Borland in Mark of the Vampire article part-1; CLOWN at Midnight by Robert BLOCH);;

#62(2/1970; MR HYDE Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; John W. Campbell Jr's the THING {from Another World} filmbook Part-2; Bela Lugosi & Carroll Borland in Mark of the Vampire article part-2; Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde article; CLOWN at Midnight by Robert BLOCH);

#63(3/1970; PETER LORRE in Fiendish Hands of ORLAC Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; Karloff in rare Frankenstein make-up effect photo's; Prehistoric Story - Dinosaurs; Films of Edgar Allan POE; PETER LORRE in the many Hands of ORLAC = 10 page film stories; UN-COMMON issue; SOLD OUT);


#64(4/1970; Vincent Price in House of Wax Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; 3-D Horror Movies; BORIS KARLOFF & Grandchildren story & Photo's; Bela LUGOSI in Murders at the Rue Morgue; Japan's Destroy all Monsters; Werewolf make-up effect photo's);

#65(5/1970; Boris KARLOFF in mask of FU MANCHU Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; Lon Chaney in Phantom of the Opera filmstory; Lon Chaney in Seven Faces of Dr Lao; Karloff as FU MANCHU; Beasts, Creatures & Things);

#67(7/1970; GGA painted cover by Vic Prezio; Girl in Lingerie in BONDAGE-c; Karloff & Lugosi = Black Cat; Witches & Witchcraft issue);

#68 = SOLD OUT;

#69 = ASK

***** [#70-79 not printed, changed title to "Monster World" & then back to FM]

#80(10/1970; POTA Photo Cover; Beneath the Planet of the Apes article; ** London after Midnight chapters 9-18; Bela Lugosi as Chandu the Magician; High Demand & Scarcer issue; FN+, 6.5 = $18; another copy = ask);

#81(12/1970; Ape Girl from Jungle Captive Woman Painted-c; 68 pages; *** Includes; Island of Lost Souls; Voyage to Bottom of the Sea);

#82 (2/1971; House of DARK SHADOWS Cover & Special issue; One of the Top-3 SCARCEST issues above #38; SOLD OUT);

#83(4/1971; Lon Chaney in MUMMY'S TOMB Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth; Hunchbach of Notre Dame; the Raven; Frankenstein; Weight = 110 Grams; );

#84(6/1971; Christopher LEE as DRACULA Photo cover; 68 pages; *** Includes; Lon Chaney Sr to Charles Laughton as Hunchbacks of Notre Dame; House of Dracula; Devil Commands);

#85 = SOLD OUT

#86(9/1971; Christoper LEE in Robert Bloch's House that Dripped Blood Photo cover & Preview Article; 68 pages; *** Includes; House of the Damned, Werewolf of London, Bela Lugosi in Devil Bat; SOLD OUT);


#87(11/1971; She-Creature painted cover by Ron Cobb; Abominable Dr. Phibes; Curse of Frankenstein - 23 page Photo story in comics format; She-Creature; Footsteps of FRANKENSTEIN = 8 pages Comics = Crandall-a?; Weight = 110 Grams);

#88, 89 = SOLD OUT

#90 (5/1972; Scream & Scream Again-c/s; Vincent Price; Christopher Lee interview; Peter Cushing; 76 pages; Cry of the Banshee; Tor Lobo Johnson obituary; the Black Sleep; Vampire Lovers;


#91 (7/1972; FROGS painted cover by Ken Kelly; FROGS Preview; 76 pages; Basil Rathbone; Count Yorga Vampire; GODZILLA vs Smog Monster; Tales from the Crypt; SCARCER issue; );

#92 (9/1972; BELA LUGOSI the Life of Filmland's DRACULA Special Issue


#93(10/1972; classic SKULL from Tales from the Crypt Painted cover by Luis Dominguez; Inside Dr. Acula; I was a Teenage Frankenstein; Man Eating Plants; Monster Kicks on Route 66; Beasts of Tarzan; Son of Kong; Lon Chaney; King Kong; Tin Age Robot; Sir Cedric Hardwick; SCARCER issue; Weight = 130 Grams = SOLD OUT );

#94(11/1972; Frankenstein Monster painted cover by Sanjulian; Surprise endings in horror films; Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde; How to Make a Mummy; Days of the Dinosaurs; Rue Morgue films; Boris Karloff facts; Dorian Gray; Weight = 125 Grams);

#95 (1/1973; Claudia Barron of "Guess What happened to Count Dracula" Female Vampire cover & Article; Painted Cover by Luis Dominguez; 68 Pages; Giant Insects; Conquest of the Planet of the Apes; Dr Phibes Rises Again; Blacula; Night Stalker; Uncommon issue; );

#96-98 = ASK

#99(7/1973; Lon Chaney Jr. as Wolfman painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; Blobs, Brains & Gooey Objects; Henry Hull, Lycanthrope of London; Lost Still - Pig Man of Dr Moreau; Dr Death - J. Carrol Naish; House of Frankenstein = 16 page Film Story; Weight = 125 Grams);

#100(8/1973; Anniversary issue; FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; *** Includes; Edgard G. Robinson; Bela Lugosi; Manimal; Bride of Frankenstein; King Kong; 100 pages);

#101(9/1973; "Super Special issue"; Captain Marvel (Tom Tyler from the Serials) Painted cover & Article vs the Mysterious Scorpion; *** Includes; Vincel Price in Edgar allan Poe's Pit & the Pendulum; James Bond meets the Fiens;Projected Man; Dracula 2000; Creature from the Black Lagoon; 84 pages);

#102(10/1973; Phantom of the Opera Painted cover; *** Includes; 20 pages on Lon Chaney Jr; 84 pages; 84 pages);

#103(12/1973; CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 68 pages; *** Includes; Blackula, Captain NEMO, Beyong the Planet of the APES, Veronica lake in Death of a Witch, George Macready memorial; Jack Hawkins Memorial; 16 page LON CHANEY JR Memorial);

#104(1/1974; the FLY Painted cover by Ken KELLY; 76 pages; *** Includes; Frankenstein 1973, Forrest Ackerman interview; Son of PSYCHO by Robert BLOCH; SNAKE People films);

#105(3/1974; Christopher LEE as DRACULA painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 80 pages; *** Includes; Dracula L.A. 1972; Michael Dunn memorial; LON CHANEY JR Memorial; Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein; Joe E. Brown; Glenn Strange interview);

#106(4/1974; Robert Crane as the SUN DEMON painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 84 pages; *** Includes; Sam Katzman; Living Ghost; TV Dracula; Harryhausen's Golden Voyage of Sinbad; Vampire Circus;Phanton of Lot 2; Witches & Demons among us);

107 = ASK

#108 [7/1974; Scarcer issue; KING KONG painted cover & Special Photo Filmbook issue; 84 pages; CASH ONLY {No Store Credit Accepted} on this item];

#109(8/1974; Vincent Price in Madhouse Painted-c; Son of Kong; Night of the Living Dead; 84 pages; Weight = 135 Grams);

#110(9/1974; Boris Karloff as the Ghoul painted cover by Basil GOGOS; 100 Pages; Ghoul film story; Robert Bloch; Village of the Giants; Time Machine; farewell to Willis O'Brien; Japan's Giants: Godzilla, Gigantis, Gorath; Vincent Price in Pit & Pendulum; Trail of Dracula; Lon Chaney as Frankenstein; Dr Caligari; Weight = 165 Grams);

#111(10/1974; Linda Blair in Exorcist painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Exorcist article; Nosferatu film story; Zardoz, Devils of Darkness; Young Frankenstein; Mary Shelley; French museum - Cinematheque; Weight = 160 Grams);

#112(12/1974; Elsa Lanchester as BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN with FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by Basil GOGOS; *** Includes; Christopher Lee & Telly Savalas in Horror Express; Fantastic Planet; Lugosi's secret Life; Andy Warhol's Frankenstein; Agnes Moorehead memorial; 76 pages; Scarcer issue);

#113(1/1975; Lionel Atwill in Mystery of Wax Museum painted cover by Ken Kelly; Mystery of Wax Museum article; Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell; Ilona Massey; Otto Kruger; Laughton as Hunchback of Notre Dame; Return of the Ghoul; Weight = 130 Grams);

#114  [3/1975; GODZILLA and RODAN painted Cover by Ken Kelly; 100 page Squarebound Giant SPECIAL issue featuring ALL OF JAPAN'S MONSTERS; *** Includes; GODZILLA, Manster, Frankenstein Conquers the World; KING KONG vs GODZILLA; Mothra; Return of Ghidrah; RAREST issue above #38; Extra SCARCE due to High Demand;  );

#115(4/1975; Henry Hull as WEREWOLF of London painted cover by Basil GOGOS; Phantom of the Paradise film story; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; 1st Famous Monsters Convention; I Love Vampires; Book of Bela Lugosi part-1; Weight = 125 Grams);

#116(5/1975; Day of the Triffids Painted-c; Land that Time Forgot; 1st Famous Monsters Convention-s; 76 pages);

#117(7/1975; 7th Voyage of Sinbad = Painted cover by Ken Kelly; Special 20-Page Tribute to Ray Harryhausen; 20 Million Miles to Earth; Peter Cushing; Christopher Lee);

#118(8/1975; Cyclops Painted-c; Peter Cushing story; Make-Up demo at FM Convention-s; 76 pages);

#119 (9/1975; Painted-c; 100 page Super Spooktacular Square-bound Giant issue; Karloff, Lugosi, Christopher Lee, Dinosaurs, Night of the Blood Beast; );

#120(10/1975; Creature from the Black Lagoon painted-c; Exorcist; Incredible Melting Man in Devil's Rain; SCARCE issue; );

#121(12/1975; Ken KELLY painted-c of KARLOFF as MUMMY; Issue dedicated to Rod Serling; 68pgs);

#122(Ken KELLY painted-c, of Ingrid Pitt as Female Vampire; FM Convention issue; 76pgs);

#123(Ken KELLY painted-c, of Plague of the Zombies; Holiday issue; 84 pages);

#124(Ken KELLY painted-c, of Vampire; Lugosi tribute);

#125(KING KONG painted-c by Berkley; 1977 King Kong movie article; Dark Shadows);

#126(Basil GOGOS Painted-c, of Mr Sardonicus; Dr. Who article; Fiend Fan clubs begins; Lugosi);

#127(8/1976; Ken KELLY painted-c of new Bride of Frankenstein; Golem; Hammer Monsters; Karloff & Lugosi);

#128(H.G. Wells’ Food of the Gods cover; 84 page Giant; Carradine; Lugosi);

#129(Ken KELLY painted-c, of Futureworld; Lost World article; 100 page Giant);

#130(12/1976; Basil GOGOS Painted-c, of Peter Cushing as Van Helsing; Space: 1999; Squirm; Mad Ghoul);

#131(Christopher Lee PHOTO-c; Vultura: Last Chapter – Gene Roth orbit by Don Glut; Mad Ghoul; Boris Karloff;Bride of Monster; Lugosi);

#132(3/1977; Basil GOGOS Painted-c of KING KONG; 1977 King Kong movie article & Special issue; Fritz Lang orbit; Ackerman article; 100 page Giant; Quartermass; Lugosi);

#133 (4/1977; Robby the Robot from Forbidden Planet Painted Cover; The Outer Limits TV series; Dracula after Midnight; Forrest J Ackerman & Peter Cushing appearing on the Tomorrow Show;  Hammer Dracula films, behind the scenes; Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee; Bela Lugosi's Last Year by Richard F. Sheffield Jr; King Kong's creator Dies);


#134(5/1977; Outer Limits Monsters; King Kong Clashes; SOLD OUT)

#135(Basil GOGOS Painted-c, of Godzilla vs Bionic Monster, with article; Don Glut letter; Caligula & Dracula; Black Cat; SCARCE issue SOLD OUT ).

#136(8/1977; Sinbad & the Eye of the Tiger-c/s; Close Encounters; Dale Van Sickel - Farewell Frankenstein; Empire of the Ants - Joan Collins; Robert Clarke; Henry Hull - Werewolf of London dies; );

#137(1977 Yearbook; STAR WARS Photo’s Cover & Special lssue; Horror in the Lighthouse by Poe & Robert Bloch; 92 pages);

#138(R2-D2 STAR WARS painted-c by Maitz, & article; Vampire Killers; Dr Moreau; 100 page Giant Summer issue;\ Chandu the Magician);

#139(12/1977; Darth Vader & C-3PO STAR WARS Photo’s Cover; Stae Wars Article);

#140(1/1978; Glenn Strange as FRANKENSTEIN Monster painted cover by Maelo Cintron; Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell film story; Star Wars; George Pal's When Worlds Collide & War of the Worlds; Tim Baar; Weight = 120 Grams);

#141(3/1978; Close Entounters of the Third Kind-c/s; Godzilla vs all Comers; V for Vengeance; Star Wars; Sinbad films; );

#142(2/1978; 20th Anniversary issue; 136 page Giant; Darth Vader photo-c; Star Wars; Alien Invasion; Close Encounters; FJA's Top-20 Movies; Ray Harryhausen; Ackermansion; Star Trek);

143-162,#163(5/1980; SCARCEST issue of the 1976-1983 Era; FRIDAY the 13th cover & Article; the FOG; Weight = 115 Grams; );

#163(5/1980; Low Print & SCARCE issue; FRIDAY the 13th; the Fog; beyond Westworld; Beast from 20,000 Fathoms; Orphan, Silent Scream, the Coming, Dominique; Maxwell Smart from Get Smart);

#164

#165 (7/1980; 76 pages; “Star Wars: the Empire Strikes Back” Photo Cover with BOBA FETT; Precedes Star Wars marvel comic #42 from 12/1980 by FIVE Months; Article on Empire Strikes Back with 2 interior Photo’s of BOBA FETT; Interview with DARTH VADER; the Creeper – Rondo Hatton story; George C. Scott in the Changeling film; Fright Films of Freddie Francis; Humanoids from the Deep; );

#166-183 = ASK

#185,186 = ASK

#187(9/1982; STAR TREK-c; Lower Print Run & Scarcer issue);

#188(10/1982; FEARBOOK; Werewolf, Frankenstein & Dracula painted-c; Lower Print Run & Scarcer issue);

#189(11/1982; ET cover; Lower Print Run & Scarcer issue);

#190(1/1983; STAR WARS: ESB-c; Lower Print Run & Scarcer issue);

#191(3/1983; Dark Crystal-c; LAST Warren issue; Lower Print Run & Scarcer issue);


FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND (#200 up = Dynacomm Pub/ Central Media Pub/ Movieland Classics LLC Pub./Filmland Classics/ IDW Pub);

#70 (March 2011; FIRST Printing; Arnold Schwarznegger in HERCULES IN NEW YORK-c/s; );

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#200(5/1993; FIRST return issue under new publisher; May/1993; Forrest J. Ackerman editor; Kelly Freas Painted-c; 35th Anniversary issue; Washington Monster convention; Low Print Run & SCARCE; 3rd SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; );

#200(5/1993; FIRST return issue under new publisher; May/1993; Forrest J. Ackerman editor; Kelly Freas Painted-c; 35th Anniversary issue; Washington Monster convention; Low Print Run & SCARCE; 3rd SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; );
#200(5/1993; FIRST return issue under new publisher; May/1993; Forrest J. Ackerman editor; Kelly Freas Painted-c; 35th Anniversary issue; Washington Monster convention; Low Print Run & SCARCE; 3rd SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; );
#201(Fall/1993; Uncommon issue; Vincent Price Unmasked painted-c by Kelly Freas; );

#201(Fall/1993; Uncommon issue; Vincent Price Unmasked painted-c by Kelly Freas; );
#202(Spring 1994; Stephen King's first story; Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster painted-c by Osman Askin; );

#203(8-9/1994; RAREST Dynacomm pub issue; Vincent Price painted-c by Askin; );

#204(11/1994; Christopher Lee as Frankenstein's Monster in Hammer's Curse of Frankenstein painted-c by Daniel Kirk; );
#205(12/1994; Second SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; Lon Chaney Jr. as WOLFMAN Painted-c by Osman Askin; );

#205(12/1994; Second SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; Lon Chaney Jr. as WOLFMAN Painted-c by Osman Askin; );

#206(1-2/1995; Uncommon issue; Count Dracula painted-c; );
#207(3/1995; Henry Hull as Werewolf of London Painted-c by Osman Askin; );

#208(5/1995; Claude Rains as Phantom of the Opera Painted-c by Osman Askin; );

#209(8-9/1995; MUNSTERS painted-c by Kevin Burns; MUNSTERS special issue; 1995 Fear Book; );

#210(11/1995; CYCLOPS painted-c by Daniel Kirk; Horrorween issue; );

#210(11/1995; CYCLOPS painted-c by Daniel Kirk; Horrorween issue; );

#210(11/1995; CYCLOPS painted-c by Daniel Kirk; Horrorween issue; );

#211(2-3/1996; Uncommon issue; Christopher Lee as Dracula Painted-c; );

#211(2-3/1996; Uncommon issue; Christopher Lee as Dracula Painted-c; );

#211(2-3/1996; Uncommon issue; Christopher Lee as Dracula Painted-c; );
#212(5-6/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster painted-c by James BAMA; );

#212(5-6/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster painted-c by James BAMA; );

#212(5-6/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster painted-c by James BAMA; );
#213(9/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff, Ray Harryhausen & Phyllis Diller interviews; Victim of Fiend without a Face painted-c by Daniel Kirk; );

#213(9/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff, Ray Harryhausen & Phyllis Diller interviews; Victim of Fiend without a Face painted-c by Daniel Kirk; );

#214(11-12/1996; Uncommon issue; Boris Karloff interview; Karloff in 1935 the Raven painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );
#215(3/1997; Kharis the Living MUMMY painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#216-217(Double issue; 5-6/1997; Uncommon issue; Dracula painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );
#218(9-10/1997; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster painted-c by Thomas Blackshear; );

#219(11-12/1997; Uncommon issue; Creature of the Black Lagoon painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );

#220(2-3/1998; 4th SCARCEST Dynacomm pub issue; Hammer presents Paul Maisse as Dr Jekyll in Jekyll's Inferno painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );

#221(5-6/1998; Uncommon issue; 40th Anniversary All-Star Special; Phantom of the Opera painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );

#221(5-6/1998; Uncommon issue; 40th Anniversary All-Star Special; Phantom of the Opera painted-c by by Arlis Cagney; );
#222(7-8/1998; Bela Lugosi as YGOR painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#222(7-8/1998; Bela Lugosi as YGOR painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#222(7-8/1998; Bela Lugosi as YGOR painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#223(9-10/1998; Uncommon issue; Lon Chaney Jr. as WOLFMAN Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#224(11-12/1998; Uncommon issue; Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#224(11-12/1998; Uncommon issue; Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#224(11-12/1998; Uncommon issue; Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#225(3-4/1999; Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#225(3-4/1999; Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#225(3-4/1999; Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#226(6-7/1999; Gene Simmons of KISS Painted-c by Parker; );

#227(8-9/1999; Alice Cooper with Snake Painted-c & Vincent Price Painted Back-c by Arlis Cagney; Summer Special; );

#227(8-9/1999; Alice Cooper with Snake Painted-c & Vincent Price Painted Back-c by Arlis Cagney; Summer Special; );
#228(10-11/1999; Zacherley Painted Back-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#228(10-11/1999; Zacherley Painted Back-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#228(10-11/1999; Zacherley Painted Back-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#229(1-2/2000; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein Monster Back-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#229(1-2/2000; Boris Karloff as Frankenstein Monster Back-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#230(3-4/2000; Boris Karloff Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#231(5-7/2000; LAST Dynacomm published issue; Claude Rains as Invisible Man Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; Incredible Hulk aka Lou Ferrigno interview; );

#231(5-7/2000; LAST Dynacomm published issue; Claude Rains as Invisible Man Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; Incredible Hulk aka Lou Ferrigno interview; );

#231(5-7/2000; LAST Dynacomm published issue; Claude Rains as Invisible Man Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; Incredible Hulk aka Lou Ferrigno interview; );

#231(5-7/2000; LAST Dynacomm published issue; Claude Rains as Invisible Man Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; Incredible Hulk aka Lou Ferrigno interview; );

#232/233(10-11/2000; Double Issue; FIRST Central Media published issue; Colossal Beast Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#232/233(10-11/2000; Double Issue; FIRST Central Media published issue; Colossal Beast Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#232/233(10-11/2000; Double Issue; FIRST Central Media published issue; Colossal Beast Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#234(2-3/2001; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#234(2-3/2001; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#234(2-3/2001; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#236(1-2/2004; Lon Chaney Jr. as Frankenstein Monster in Ghost of Frankenstein Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );
#237(5-6/2004; Metaluna Mutant from This Island Earth Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; );

#241(12/2005-1/2006; Filmland Classics pub; Morlock from George Pal's Time Machine Painted-c by Arlis Cagney; 68 pages including Covers; );
#251-A (7/2010; IDW Pub; Count Orlok Painted-c by RICHARD CORBEN; $12.95-c; 132 pages including Covers; );

#251-A (7/2010; IDW Pub; Count Orlok Painted-c by RICHARD CORBEN; $12.95-c; 132 pages including Covers; );

#252(10/2010; IDW Pub; Clive Barker's Nightbreed; $12.95-c; 132 pages including Covers; );
#253-A(12/2010; Movieland Classics Pub; Cover VARIANT by Kerry Gammill; Island of Lost Souls-c; );

#253-D(12/2010; Movieland Classics Pub; Cover VARIANT by Charlie Adlard; WALKING DEAD; );

#254-A(3-4/2001; Movieland Classics Pub; Vincent Price Painted-c by Jason Edminston; );

#255-A(5-6/2011; Movieland Classics Pub; H.P. LOVECRAFT Lives; );
#255-A(5-6/2011; Movieland Classics Pub; H.P. LOVECRAFT Lives; );
#257(10/2001; Movieland Pub; 30th Anniversary of Heavy Metal the Movie; Richard Corben painted-c;
);




FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND YEARBOOK / FEAR BOOK; (Warren Pub);

1962 YEARBOOK (#1; Summer/Fall; 100 Pages; King Kong, Mummy, Creature Black Lagoon; SCARCE; );

1964 YEARBOOK (#2),

*** 1965 YEARBOOK (#3; FRANKENSTEIN Painted Cover; SCARCE issue = SOLD OUT);

>*** YEARBOOK 1966 (#4; Phantom of the Opera Painted-c by Basil GOGOS; 100 Pages; Lorre, Lon Chaney, John Carradine, etc; Weight = 165 Grams);

1967(#5),

1968 YEARBOOK (#6; 2-Headed Ogre painted-c; 76 pages; King Kong, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, the Frankenstein story, Horror Heroines, the Mummy);

1969(#7);

*** FEAR BOOK 1970 (#8; Bela Lugosi as DRACULA Painted Cover by Basil GOGOS; 84 pages; Lower Print & Scarcer; Weight = 140 Grams;SOLD OUT );

*** FEAR BOOK 1971(Scarcer; #9; Painted Cover by Basil GOGOS; 76 pages; Lower Print & Scarcer; Weight = 125 Grams;(FN+, 6.5 = $29.00);

** FEAR BOOK 1972 (#10; LAST issue; 68 pages; Lower Print & Scarcer; Edgar Allan Poe films; 50 worst horror films; Peter Lorre; Lost World, etc; Weight = 125 Grams; ;SOLD OUT);




FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND (MISC ITEMS);


FAMOUS MONSTERS CHRONICLES edited by Dennis Daniel with Jim Knusch [ Fantaco Enterprises, 1991. ISBN #0-938782-18-5; $19.95-c; Softcover Trade Paperback; 180 pages including Covers; painted-c by Greg Theakston; );


FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND CONVENTION (1974; 44 pages; Magazine/Fanzine)

#1(Rare; Mail Order & Con attendance only; World's First Famous Monsters convention #1 - New York City 1974; Verne Langdon; Forrest J Ackerman; Phil Seuling; Jim Warren; Robert Bloch; FFM Cover Artists; Sam Sherman; SCARCE);



FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND FILM FANTASY YEARBOOK – (Warren Presents the Official Exclusive...)

*** 1983 Collector's Edition #NN (#1; One-Shot; 3/1983; RARE;ET the Extra-Terrestial, Tron, Star Trek II, the Thing, Halloween III, Conan, the Incubus, Poltergeist, the Road Warrior, Stephen King & George Romero's Creepshow; ;SOLD OUT);


Famous Monsters of Filmland MONSTER MAKE-UP HANDBOOK (Warren Pub; 100 Pages; Squarebound Giant magazine)

#NN (#1; 1965; One Shot Special issue; by make-up artist Dick Smith; Over 250 Photo's & illustrations; Photo's & instructions on how to make yourself up as various Monsters, including; Vampire, Ghoul #1-2, Werewolf 1-2, Split-face, Weird-Oh, Martian #1-3, Mummy, Skull, Quasimodo, Mr Hyde, new Frankenstein Monster; Also Chapters on; Scars Cuts Brusies Blood, Weird Skin Textures, Artificial Eyes, False Teeth, Bald Head Caps, Hair Beards Wigs, Derelict; Weight = 160 Grams; );



Famous Monsters STAR WARS Spectacular '77 #56554-0(#1; 1977; One-Shot; “Warren Presents” special; 52 pages; over 60 Photo's)

STAR WARS #56554-0(#1; 1977; One-Shot; “Warren Presents” special; 52 pages; over 60 Photo's) = see Famous Monsters STAR WARS Spectacular '77


FAMOUS MONSTERS UNDERGROUND (MovieLand Classics)

#1 (6-7/2011; 1980's HORROR issue Stars painted cover VARIANT by Marcus Parcus; );

#1 (6-7/2011; );



Favorite Westerns of Filmland = SEE Wildest Westerns

(Warren; Magazines; 1960/1961);


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The FLINTSTONES AT THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR [ (Warren Pub; Color comic; 68 Page Giant; "Official Comic Souvenir"; Inside cover have 8 x B&W Photo's from the World's Fair; :Painted Cover; ** Most Hanna-Barbera characters appear, including; Flinstones, Rubbles, Jetsons, Yogi Bear, Top cat, Snagglepuss, Snooper & Blabber, Lippy Lion & Hardy Har-Har, Quick Draw McGraw, Auggie Doggie, Huckleberry Hound, Wally Gator, Hokey Wolf, etc; NO ads, except for promoting the World's Fair; 1964 and 1965 Printings are identicle excpet for cover date; Story takes place at the World's Fair & is new material for this comic); (1964; FIRST Printing; Scarcer ); (1965; SECOND Printing; );



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FREAK-OUT, USA = see "On the Scene."


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FUTURE WORLD COMIX (Warren Presents...) (Warren Pub; B&W Magazine; 9/78; 84 pages) #1 (One-Shot; Corben-a; Maroto-a; Morrow-a; Neary-a; Nino-a; Sutton-a; Todd-c/a; Torrents-a; Nudity panels; Dinosaur-s)


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GALACTIC WARS COMIX (Warren Presents...) (Warren Pub; B&W Magazine; 12/78;84 pages) #NN (#1; One-Shot; Neary-a; Ortiz-a; Torrents-a; Williamson-a{x2}; Wood-a; Battlestar Galactica/Flash Gordon = 10pg photo's/text-s);


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GOBLIN (Warren Pub; B&W/Color Magazine; 6/82-12/82;68 pages)

#1 (Goblin begins; Gremlin app; Philo Photon & the Troll Patrol = 8 page color insert comic in all;

Micro-Buccaneers & Wizard Wormglow begin & app in all; Tin Man app=1,3);

#2, 3 (2= 1st Hobgoblin);

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[ Bermejo-a=1-3; Elias-a=1-3; Golden-a=1; Laxamana-a=1-3; Nebres-a=1-3; Nebres-c=1-3; Nino-a=3 ];



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HEIDI SAHA (Very RARE; Approx 500 Copies printed??) = SOLD OUT


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HELP! (WARREN Pub; B&W Magazine; 8/1960 thru 9/1965; the classic Humor magazine edited by HARVEY KURTZMAN; Fumetti = Photonovel Humor, Comics, Cartoons & More; Spines are FRAGILE on these mags & Split Easily; WEIGHT for Postage = 130 Grams each;);


Volume-1 #1(8/1960; Sid Caesar photo-c; Rod Serling; Will Elder; Ed Fisher; Arnold Roth; Jack Davis; Robert Sheckley; scarce; SOLD OUT)

Volume-1 #2(Ernie Kovacs Photo-c; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #3(10/1960; Jerry Lewis Photo-c; Robert Sheckley-s; Kurtzman-a; Jack Davis-a);

Volume-1 #4(11/1960; Mort Sahl Photo-c; Dick Van Dyke, Algis Budrys, Jack Davis, Will Elder, Arnold Roth; "Air Sickness Bag" BONUS insert);

Volume-1 #5(12/1960; Little Nemo by Windsor McCay; Dave Garroway Photo-c; Milt Kamen, John Collier, Arthur C. Clarke, Ed Fisher, Arnold Roth);

Volume-1 #6(1/1961; Jonathan Winters Photo-c; ROBERT SHECKLEY, Roger Price, RAY BRADBURY,Saki, JACK DAVIS, Castro's Cuba; with BONUS "Flying Cloud" Tallship color picture for framing insert);

Volume-1 #6 (1/1961; Jonathan Winters Photo-c; ROBERT SHECKLEY, Roger Price, RAY BRADBURY,Saki, JACK DAVIS, Castro's Cuba; with BONUS "the Packet Ship - Shackamaxon" Tallship color picture for framing insert; );

Volume-1 #7(2/1961; Tom Poston Photo-c; St Valentine Day Gangster-c; William Tenn, George Kitgo, Paul Coker, Gahan Wilson, Arnold Roth; Full page Marilyn Monroe as Cowgirl photo);

Volume-1 #8(3/1961; Hugh Downs Photo-c; George Kitgo, Arnold Roth, H.G.Wells, Silverstein, Algernon Blackwood, Jack Davis-a; Will Elder-a);

Volume-1 #9(Paul Ford/Mime Hines Photo-c; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #10(5/1961; JACKIE GLEASON & UFO Photo-c; Ed Fisher, Algis Budrys, Will Elder, Henny Youngman, Bosc, Heinrich Kley; Full page Marilyn Monroe from Misfits with cast);

Volume-1 #12 (9/1961; Ed Fisher; Pierre Burton; Arnold Roth; George Kirgo; Severin; Jaffee; TARZAN parody = Kurtzman-s & Elder-a; );

Volume-2 #1 (#13; PHOTO-c; JFK & Nixon photo's; "The Mariners" photo story by Algis Budrys; Russ Heath as boat bum in photo story; Goodman Beaver goes Playboy, Archie gang parody = Kurtzman-s, Elder-a; 8 pages of SPIRIT by Will Eisner; SOLD OUT);

Volume-2 #2 (#14; 5/1962; 6 pages Charles Dana Gibson humor; full page JFK photo; Dave Shaber; Goodman Beaver = Kurtzman-s & Elder-a 1/2 page Nude Brigitte Bardot photo; E. Gory; "Twist" cover),

Volume-2 #3 [#15; 8/1962; Men & GIRLS in Swimsuits & Bikini’s Photo cover; Goodman Beaver meets Superman {parody} = Harvey Kurtzman-s & Will Elder-a; ‘MUSE ME = Story Told in Photo’s by Ed Fisher; Presenting NAST-y = Thomas Nast Cartoons;  Help’s Public Gallery = Cartoons by Don Edwing, Gilbert Shelton, Dennis Ellison. Etc; SOLD OUT];

Volume-2 #4 (#16; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Photo cover of Girl "made in Japan"; Bernard Shir-Cliff; Goodman Beaver = Kurtzman-s & Elder-a; Arnold Hayne; Jackie Gleason & Anthony Quinn photo's along with Kurtzman-a= SOLD OUT),

Volume-2 #5(#17; 2/1963; PHOTO Front & Back covers; ARNOLD ROTH at Cape Canaveral; Karate Lesson; Dolls your Mother Never Gave You; Miss Lace by MILTON CANIFF);


Volume-2 #6(#18; CASTRO Parody Photo-c; Skippy by Crosby; Jack Davis-a; Merta-a; Arnold Roth-a; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon);

Volume-2 #7(10/1963; #19; JACK DAVIS meets the New York METS = Baseball humor with Jack Davis-a; Harvey Kurtzman-a; Economy in Matches = H.M. Bateman-a; Unmentionables = 16 page Untouchables Spoof in Comics Format with PHOTO’S);

Volume-2 #8 (#20; 2/1964; Nude '64 Baby Photo-c; Mutt & Jeff by Fisher; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Paul Coler & Alverson);

#21 (ANNUAL; 10/1964; 100 Page Giant Squarebound ANNIVERSARY issue; Algis Budrys-s; 95% Photo stories issue);

#22 (1/1965; BEATLES Photo Cover; 2 pages Robert Crumb FRITZ the CAT in public Gallery, early Underground Comix development; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Ed Fisher; Harlem = 6 pages Robert Crumb; = SOLD OUT );

#23(3/1965; Algis Budrys-s; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Milt Gross-a; Gahan Wilson-a; Satan parody = Sattler-a);

#24 (2 pages Robert Crumb FRITZ the CAT; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Terry Gilliam; Ed Fisher; Woody Gelman; Harvey Kurtzman's "Fun & Games for the Jet Set"; 14 pages Photonovel humor with John Cleese);

#25 (7/1965; Sketchbook Life in Bulgaria = 6 pages early ROBERT CRUMB-a; Wonder WartHog by Sheldon; Arnold Roth; );

#26 (9/1965; Scarcer LAST issue; WONDER WARTHOG by Sheldon; Lingerie Photo-c; Beauty Contest = Arnold Roth-a; Steve Allen; Super-Heroes parody by Sam Cornell; TERRY GILLIAM; );



HELP ! #NN (#1; Mass Market Paperback) by HARVEY KURTZMAN;

Second HELP-ING ! #NN (#2; Mass Market Paperback) by HARVEY KURTZMAN;


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HORROR OF PARTY BEACH (1964; WARREN Pub; One Shot)

#NN (Famous Films:#1; 1964; Girl in Swimsuit Painted & 3 Photo's-c; Story Adaption & Art Direction by WALLY WOOD & by Russ Jones; 68 pages; Hot Rods & Motorcycles, Rock & Roll Beach Party; Radioactive Waste creates Mutant Monsters; FILM Story Told in B&W Photo's);



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(J.R.R.TOLKIEN) LORD OF THE RINGS - WARREN SPECIAL EDITION - J.R.R.TOLKIEN'S the LORD OF THE RINGS - #55085(#1; scarce One Shot; 1979; “Warren Presents” special);

(J.R.R.TOLKIEN) LORD OF THE RINGS - (One Shot; 1979; “Warren Presents” special ) = see WARREN SPECIAL EDITION - J.R.R.TOLKIEN'S the LORD OF THE RINGS



Luana (Mass Market paperback by Alan Dean Foster; FRAZETTA-c)


METEOR (Movie, One Shot; “Warren Presents” special; 1/1980); #1;


THE MOLE PEOPLE (WARREN Pub; One Shot; B&W Magazine) #NN(#1; 1964; Universal Pictures MOVIE Adaption Told in Photo's; produced by Russ Jones);



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MONSTERLAND (New Media Pub. Inc; #4 up = Forrest J. Ackerman's Monsterland.)

1984; #1(December; );

1985; #2(April; Scarcest issue; #3(June; ); #5(October; );

1986; #8(March; ); #9(April; ); #11(July; );

1986; #12(August; ); #13(October; );

1987; #16(Spring; ); #17(Spring; Scarcer; );


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MONSTER'S AND HEROES

Larry Ivie’s...) Magazine of Pictorial Imagination; (M&H Pub; WARREN Related because by IVIE; LOW Print Runs; SCARCE in FN/VF or Better; Movie, TV & Comics Magazine; Marvel and/or DC Super-Heroes in most issues);



(M&H Pub; WARREN Related because by IVIE; LOW Print Runs; SCARCE in FN/VF or Better; Movie, TV & Comics Magazine; Marvel and/or DC Super-Heroes in most issues);

#1(1967; History of Frankenstein; Filmlands Son of Tarzan; TV’s Costumed Heroes; “Temple of Evil” comics by Larry Ivie; 1st app of ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; Beautiful NM copy, but with tiny 1/8” Tear & TINY piece of Magic Tape inside, );

#1 (1967; History of Frankenstein; Filmlands Son of Tarzan; TV’s Costumed Heroes; “Temple of Evil” comics by Larry Ivie; 1st app of ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; Heroes of Radio, from Comix to Film with Photo & Comics illos; );



#2(1967; Dragon Slayer comics by JEFF JONES; Edgar Rice Burroughs Monster Men; 2nd app & Origin of ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; Superman; Marvel Heroes of TV; SOLD OUT);

#4(3/1969; Werewolf-s; OLYMPUS comics by Larry Ivie; Capt Marvel; ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; SOLD OUT);

#5(Creation of the Boris Karloff Frankenstein; Radio’s CAPT MIDNIGHT; ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; History of the Comic Con; Manitoba; ); #6(10/1969; ERB; World of John Carter of Mars; Flash Gordon in Movies & Comics issue; WILLIAMSON-a; ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; Rocketmen; Manitoba;

#7(the MUMMY; Green Hornet; Spider-Man Photo Pinip on inside front-c; ALTRON-BOY comics by Larry Ivie; King of the Rocket Men;Don Glut; LAST issue?; );


MONSTERSCENE (GOGO Entertainment Group Pub; Monster Comics Pub; Slick Paper Pro Fanzine B&W Movie Monsters Horror magazine with Photo's & Articles; includes BASIL GOGOS Famous Monsters & other Paintings);

#3 (Fall/1994; Christopher Lee as Hammer's DRACULA Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; Christopher Lee as Hammer's DRACULA article; BASIL GOGOS Portfolio; Frankenstein, Tower of Terror; Bob Burns; White Zombie; Wolff & Byrd Councelers of the Macabre comics by Batton Lash; Lake of Dracula; SCARCE issue; 68 pages; );

#4 (March/1995; Boris Karloff as FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS = Collage with Dracula, Mummy, Bride of Frankenstain, etc; 84 pages; Frankenstein in the Cinema 1910-1995; Boris KARLOFF interview; BASIL GOGOS Sketchbook; Frankenstein Files; KARLOFF & Universal - the Frankenstein Trilogy; Mary Shelley's Frankenstein film; Wolff & Byrd Councelers of the Macabre comics by Batton Lash; RAREST issue; );

#9 (Fall/1996; FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstain; Mad Monster Party & Monsters of Rankin / Bass; Richard Matheson interview; Gamera 2 & Ultraman; Frankenstein & Me; SCARCE issue; 48 pages; );

#9 (Fall/1996; FRANKENSTEIN Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstain; Mad Monster Party & Monsters of Rankin / Bass; Richard Matheson interview; Gamera 2 & Ultraman; Frankenstein & Me; SCARCE issue; 48 pages; );

#10 (Summer/1997; Vincent Price as Abominable Dr Phibes Painted cover by BASIL GOGOS; Dr Phibes article; 6 pages on TV's BUFFY the Vampire Slayer; Horror Hotel; 4 pages on Japanese Monsters; );


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Monster World (WARREN pub; 1964-1966; B&W Magazine; replaces Famous Monsters #70-79)

#1 (11/1964; Werewolf painted-c;Battle of the Frankenstein's; Mad Doctor;MUMMY comics = 6 pages Russ Jones & Wally WOOD-a);

#2(1/1965; MUNSTERS Photo cover & Article; GODZILLA vs Thing; Time Travelers; Boris Karloff; MUMMY'S HAND comics = 7 pages by RussJones & Joe Orlando);

#3(4/1965; SHE-CREATURE Painted Cover by Ron Cobb;Battle of the Giant Beetle; Curse of Frankenstein comic strip = Russ Jones & Joe Orlando; SCARCEST issue in the set; );

#4(6/1965; Creature from the Black Lagoon painted cover by Vic Prezio; Horror in the Lighthouse; Faces of 7 Fiends; Frankenstein of 1970; The Munsters Koach; SCARCER issue; );

#5(10/1965; LOBO Painted cover by Gray Morrow; Hammer Films; Boris Karloff returns; Bride of the Monster; Bela Lugosi);

#6(1/1966; Frankenstein as Santa-c; Revenge of the Zombies; Return of the Vampire; Dr Terror's House of Horrors; Queen of Outer Space Unmasked; Tarantula; Dracula II)

#7(3/1966; FRANKENSTEIN cover by Gray Morrow; Son of Frankenstein = Completestory in 20 pageswith Rare Photo's; Christopher Lee);

#8(5/1966; DOCTOR X painted Cover by Ron Cobb; Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter; Billy the Kid vs Dracula; Day the World Ended; the Golem);

#9(7/1966; ADDAMS FAMILY TC CastPhoto cover & Article; HORROR OF DRACULA = 20 Page PHOTO-STORY; Ray Harryhausen's One Million Years B.C.; Sir Cedric Hardwicke);

#10(9/1966; Monster from REPTILES Photo-c & Article; TV;s BATMAN and the Super-Heroes; Ghost in the Invisible Bikini; Surf Terror; Lon Chaney; Christopher Lee in Dracula Prince of Darkness; House of the Damned);



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MOONRAKER (Movie, One Shot; “Warren Presents” #7 special; 10/1979) #1;


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1984 [#11up becomes 1994; Warren Pub. B&W Magazine; 1978-1983; "Adult Fantasy"; Mature; Nudity in all issues; #1-3,5-10= 84 pages; #4= 92pgs; SERIES' & Stories; Angel-s= 1; Dr Jekyll parody-s= 3; Ghita of Alizarr-s= 7,8,10; Godzilla parody-s=9; Haxtur-s= 10; Herma-s= 8-10;H.G.Well's based War of the Worlds-s= 4; Idi Amin-s= 3-6; Mutant World-s= 1-8; Rex Havoc-s= 4-6,9; Starfire-s=9,10; Twilight's End-s = 6-8;Warhawks-s= 6; Girl in Bondage-c= 2];

#1(Mutant World by Corben begins; Nino & Nebres-a; Alcala-a; WOOD-a; Maroto-a; 8-pages COLOR insert);

#2(Corben-c/a; Maroto, Nino & Nebres-a; Alcala-a; WOOD-a; Girl in Bondage-c; 8-page COLOR insert);

#3(9/1978; 8-page COLOR insert; Maroto, Nino, CORBEN, Nebres & Alcala-a);

#4(Corben, Maroto, Nino & Nebres-a; Manitoba; Rex Havoc begins; H.G.Well’s based War of the Worlds-s; 16-page COLOR insert);

#5(Corben, Maroto, Nino, Nasser, Gonzalez & Nebres-a; 2nd Rex Havoc; Alcala-a; WOOD-a; 8-page COLOR insert);

#6(8-page COLOR insert; Maroto, Nino, CORBEN, Nebres-a);

#7(1st Ghita of Alizarr by Thorne & begins; 8-page COLOR insert; CORBEN-a; Alcala, Nebres, Nino, Thorne-a);

#8(8-page COLOR insert; Nino, CORBEN, Nebres; Gonzalez-a; Ghita of Alizarr-s with Thorne-a);

#9(8-page COLOR insert; Alex Nino, Gonzalez-a; Rex Havoc-s; Springer-a; 1st app Starfire & begins);

#10(1/1980; LAST issue with Old Title; 8-page COLOR insert; Alex Nino, Nebres, Gonzalez-a; Ghita of Alizarr-s with Thorne-a; De La Fuente-a);

ARTISTS; Alcala-a= 1-3,5,7ii; Arnold-a= 4,5,9; Bermejo-a= 1; Catan-a= 10; E.Colan-a= 5; Corben-a= 1-3,4(x2), 5-8; Corben-c=1,2; De La Fuente-a= 10; Gonzalez-a= 4,8-10; Janes-a= 2-4,7; Jodloman-a= 9; Laurier-c=6,8; Laxamana-a= 2-6,8-10; Maroto-a= 1-6; Nasser-a= 5p; Nebot-a= 2,3; Nebres-a= 1-8,10; A.Nino-a= 2-6,10;A.Nino-a(x2)= 1,7-9; Ortiz-a= 1-7,10; Springer-a= 9;Stenstrum-a= 1; Thorne-a= 7,8,10; Vaultz-a= 1; Wood-a= 1,2,5i; Woodroffe-c= 3-5,7,9,10;

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1994 [1-10 = "1984"; Warren Pub. Magazine; 2/80-2/83; B&W/Color; "Adult Fantasy"; Mature; Nudity in all issues; #11=84 pages; #12-16,18-21,24 = 76 pages; #17,22,23,25-29 = 68 pages; SERIES' & Stories; Angel-s= 21,22,25,28; Ariel Hart-s= 22,26,27; Baby makes Three-s= 12,14-16,22; Cassiopa-s= 13; Cyberman-s= 13; Ghita of Alizarr-s= 11-14,17-21,24-26,28,29; Haxtur-s= 11;Diana Jacklighter Manhuntress-s-20,21,24-28; Little Beaver-s= 20,26; Love-s= 21,22; Sigmund Pavlov-s= 19,20,22,26,28; Sledge-s= 13; Spearchucker Spade-s= 15,20; Starfire-s= 11-13,15,16,18; Warhawks-s= 27,29; Baseball-s=19; Boxing-s= 17; Decapitation-c= 14; Edgar Allan Poe adaption-s=27; Girl in Bondage-c= 12,25,29; Lesbian's-s=21;Stainislaw Lem adaption-s=16]

#11(2/1980; FIRST issue with New Title; Alex Nino-c/a; A2-120{Alex Nino}-c; Ghita of Alizarr-s with Thorne-a; 8-pages COLOR insert; Nebres-a);

#12(Sanjulian-c; Nebres-a; Alex Nino-c/a; Ghita of Alizarr-s with Thorne-a; Gonzalez-a; Nebres-a);

#13(76 pages; Manitoba; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#14(Alex Nino-a; Sanjulian-c; Frank Thorne-a);

#15(Nebres-a; Alex Nino-a(x2); A2-120{Alex Nino}-c);

#16(Nebres-a; Alex Nino-a(x2));

#17(8-pages COLOR insert; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#18(H.R. Giger-c; Nebres-a; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#19(Alex Nino-a(x2); Frank Thorne-a);

#20(1st app Diana Jacklighter Manhuntress & begins by Maroto; Alex Nino-a(x2); Redondo-c; Frank Thorne-a);

#21(1st app Angel, by Nebres; Maroto-a; Alex Nino-a(x2); Redondo studio's-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#22(1st app Sigmund Pavlov & begins by Alex Nino; 1st Ariel Hart by Peter HSU; all Alex NINO issue-c/a; Fastner/Larsen-c; Nebres-a);

#23(Alex Nino-a; A2-120{Alex Nino}-c);

#24(Fastner/Larsen-c; Maroto-a; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#25(Maroto-a; Nebres-a; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#26(Hsu-a; Maroto-a; Alex Nino-a(x2); Frank Thorne-a);

#27(Hsu-a; Maroto-a);

#28(Fastner/Larsen-c; Maroto-a; Nebres-a; Alex Nino-a; Frank Thorne-a);

#29(2/1983; LAST issue; Hsu-a; Frank Thorne-a);

ARTISTS; Jose Bea-c= 13; Berkley-c= 29; Bermejo-a= 16; Catan-a= 14,19,20,24,26,28,29; Corben-c= 26;De La Fuente-a= 11;Delando-a= 12,13; E.R.Cruz-a= 11;Fastner/Larsen-c= 22,24,28; Garrison-c= 25; H.R. Giger-c= 18; Gimenez-a= 15,16; Gonzalez-a= 12; Hsu-a= 22,26,27,29; Laxamana-a= 12-17,20,27,29; Maroto-a= 20,21,24-28; Matucenio-a=27; Nebres-a= 11-13,15,16,18,21,22,25,28; Alex Nino-a= 11-14,17,18,22,23(x4),24,25,28;Alex Nino-a(x2)= 15,16,19-21,26; A2-120-c {Alex Nino}= 11,15,23; Nino-c= 21;Delando Nino-a= 13,15,16,18,19,21,22,25,27,29; Oates-c= 27; Ortiz-a= 11,14,17; Penalva-c= 16,19; Redondo studio's-a=21; N.Redondo-c= 20; Saenz-a= 11; Sanjulian-c= 12,14;Richardson/Stenstrum-c= 17; Thorne-a= 11-14,17-21,24-26,28,29; Vaultz-a=27; Yandoc-a= 22;

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ODD COMIC WORLD OF RICHARD CORBEN - a WARREN Adult Fantasy Publication (WARREN PUB; Softcover Trade Paperback Graphic Novel; 8" x 10=1/2";  84 Pages including covers);   #NN (#1; One-Shot Special; 1977; FIRST & Only printing; WARREN Magazines Pub; Sold ONLY By MAIL ORDER = LOW PRINT and SCARCE; Collection of Stories and Art by Richard Corben (from Fantagor, Slow Death, Grimwit, Hot Stuf, Up from the Deep & Funnyworld); Introduction by Will Eisner; ADULT / Mature Readers; INCLUDES; The Dwellers in the Dark; Razar the Unhero; Mangle, Robot Mangler; How Howie Made it in the Real World; For the Love of a Daemon; Damsel in Dragon Dress; Cidopey; Space Jacked; Going Home; The HIGH GLOSS & condition sensitive Covers make this Item EXTRA SCARCE in Higher Grades; );


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On the Scene Presents: (Warren Pub; B&W Magazine; 10/66-2/67);

#1 "SUPER HEROES" (10/1966; 68 pages; Batman 1966 Movie Photo-c/s; With article/photo's/comic art from Serials on; Phantom, Superman, Flash Gordon, Captain America, Captain Marvel; );

#NN (#1) "FREAK OUT, USA" (Fall/1967;Number on inside front-c; 60 pages; Fugs, P.Revere, Supremes, Zappa, Mamas & Papas, Jefferson Airplane, Lovin' Spoonful, Twiggy, etc; );

#2 "FREAK OUT, USA" (2/1968; 52 pages; Beatles, Country Joe & the Fish,Doors/Jim Morrison, Bee Gees, Every Mothers Son, Happenings, Spank'sGang, Harpers Bizarre, etc; );




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ROOK (Warren Pub; B&W mag; see Eerie mag & Warren Presents;

10/79-4/82; 1,2= 76 pages; 3-14= 68 pages)

#1 (Restin Dane/The Rook - Timemaster, with Tin Man & Bishop Dane begins; 8-pages COLOR insert);

#2 thru #14 (1-3= H.G. Wells based-s; 2= 1st Voltar & begins by Alcala, ends #9; 3,4= Bravo for Adventure-s by Toth; 6=Sherlock Holmes X-Over in Rook-c/s;7= 1st app Coral Dane & begins; 10,13,14= Sherlock Holmes solo-s;11= Zorro-s; 12-14= Eagle-s by Severin;12-14= Goblin-s )

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ARTISTS; Alcala-a= 1-9; Bermejo-a= 7-9,13,14; Caravana-a= 10; Corben-c= 1; Draut-a= 12; Elias-a= 1-6,8-14; Janes-a= 1; Larkin-c= 2,3,6,8,9,11,12; Laxamana-a= 7-10,13; Nebres-a= 1,2,11-14; Nino-a= 1; Ortiz-a= 5,6,11; Panaligan-a= 13,14; Penalva-c= 5,7,10,13,14; Redondo-a= 12; N.Redondo-c= 4; J.Severin-a= 12-14; Tanghal-a= 2; Toth-a= 3,4;

SERIES' & Stories; Bat-s= 12; Bravo for Adventure-s= 3,4; Dagger-s= 12; Eagle (indians/western)-s= 12-14; Fighting Armenian-s= 2,13,14;Goblin-s= 12-14; Gray Grasshopper-s= 14; H.G. Wells based-s= 1-3; Joe Guy-s= 7-10,13; Kronos/Nazi-s= 8-11; Protectors-s= 10-12; Sherlock Holmes-s= 6,10,13,14; Tin Man solo-s= 1; Viking Prince-s= 5,6; Voltar-s= 2-9; Zorro-s= 11;



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SCREEN THRILLS ILLUSTRATED

(Warren Pub; 1962-1965; B&W Film Magazine; Sam Sherman & Forrest J Ackerman editiors;

Action, Serials, Comedy, Adventure. Super-Heroes, Mystery & Western films);

#1 (Volume-1 #1; 6/1962; Basil GOGO painted-c; Scarcer issue; Tarzan, 3 Stooges, Superman, Dick Tracy);

#2 (Volume-1 #2; 9/1962; Scarcer issue; Capt Marvel/Shazam; Superman, Laurel & Hardy; John Wayne; Clyde Beatty);

#3 (Volume-1 #3 ; 12/1962; Superman; Laurel & Hardy; Tarzan movie / Jack Mahoney; Girls in Peril);

#4 (Volume-1 #4; 4/1963; Batman part-c; Batman & Robin story; Tarzan; D-Day, Shadow);

#5 (Volume-2 #1; 7/1963; Robin the Boy Wonder part-c; Batman, James Cagney; Beverly Hillbillies; Robert Mitchum;

Dead End Kids; Laurel & Hardy$ ASK );

#6 (Volume-2 #2; 10/1963; PHANTOM, Charlie Chan, Robert Taylor);

#7 (Volume-2 #3; 2/1964; Captain America, Robin Hood, Errol Flynn, Bogart);

#8 (Volume-2 #4; 5/1964; SPIDER, Marx Brothers, Sabu, Jimmy Stuart);

#9 (Volume-3 #1; 8/1964; Zorro, Alan Ladd, Buck Jones, Film Heroes);

#10 (Volume-3 #2; 2/1965; James Bond; Lone ranger; BEATLES vs 3 Stooges; Lone Ranger; Movie Mobster George Raft; SCARCE last issue );


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SPACEMEN (ALL copies printed, have fragile spines, that split easily; SCARCE in High Grades)

#1 (Basil GOGOS Painted cover; SCARCE issue; 1961; appears VG/FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover );

#1 (Basil GOGOS Painted cover; SCARCE issue; 1961; );

#1 (Basil GOGOS Painted cover; SCARCE issue; 1961; FA/G, NO Back Cover );

#2 (1961; SCARCE issue; );

#2 (1961; SCARCE issue; appears FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#2 (1961; SCARCE issue; );

#3 (1962; SCARCE issue; appears FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#3 (1962; SCARCE issue; appears VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#4 (7/1962; Basil GOGOS Painted cover; Flash Gordon-c/s; );

#4 (7/1962; Basil GOGOS Painted cover; Flash Gordon-c/s; appears appears FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, t );

#4 (7/1962; Basil GOGOS Painted cover; Flash Gordon-c/s; appears VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#5(10/1962; Radar men from the Moon; BUCK ROGERS on Film; );

#5(10/1962; Radar men from the Moon; BUCK ROGERS on Film; appears VG/FN, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, );

#6 (1/1963; Volume-2 #2; Radar Men from the Moon painted cover & 4 page Article; 6 pages Buster Crabbe as Buck Rogers; 8 pages Metropolis; Missle Monsters of Space; Curt Siodmak SF Films article by Forrest Ackerman; O. Henry's Comet; Journey to the 7th Planet; );

#7 (9/1963; Volume-2 #3; New 1964 SPACE MOVIES issue; Hollywood's Astronauts-c; Twins from Other Worlds; King of the Lost Planet Rocketmen; Metropolis; Godzilla vs King Kong; Magic Tape on Spine, );

#8 (6/1964; Squarebound LAST issue; Astronaut painted-c; Out of this World with Boris Karloff; Farenheit Chronicles by Ray Bradbury; 20 Million Miles to Earth; Metropolis; );

#8 (6/1964; Squarebound LAST issue; Astronaut painted-c; Out of this World with Boris Karloff; Farenheit Chronicles by Ray Bradbury; 20 Million Miles to Earth; Metropolis; );

#8 (6/1964; Squarebound LAST issue; Astronaut painted-c; Out of this World with Boris Karloff; Farenheit Chronicles by Ray Bradbury; 20 Million Miles to Earth; Metropolis; );

1965 YEARBOOK #NN [#1; One-Shot Special; Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon & other Space Movies; Nice GGA {Good Girl Art} painted cover, of 8 Alien GIRLS and one Spaceman; );

1965 YEARBOOK #NN [#1; One-Shot Special; Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon & other Space Movies; Nice GGA {Good Girl Art} painted cover, of 8 Alien GIRLS and one Spaceman; 5 x small price stamps on cover, o/w nice );



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SPIRIT ** (Warren Pub; B&W Magazine; 4/1974 thru 10/1976; *** 1-9,11-15= 76 pages; *** 10= 94 pages; *** 6-14,16= Squarebound; *** Classic WILL EISNER cover & art in all; *** COLOR sections done by Richard CORBEN; HOT Title due to the December 2008 MOVIE with Screenplay & Directed by FRANK MILLER;

#1 [76 pages including covers; April 1974; Basil Gogos cover; Will Eisner art reprints begin; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) The Last Trolley / (2) Escape / (3) L'il Adam (Parodies of Lil Abner, Dick Tracy and Little Orphan Annie) / (4) The Criminal (Mr. Sawbuck) / (5) El Spirito / (6) The Killer / (7) Granule of Time (1st app Silken Floss) / (8) The Partner (Slinko Joe Daws. Slimy Skinch and Co.); *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti; *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#2 [June 1974; 76 pages including covers; Will Eisner cover; *** Letters from Alex Toth, Neal Adams, Wally Wood, & Robert Bloch. 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) An Interview with Will Eisner / (2) Heel Scalloppini / (3) Powder Pouf (1st app Powder Pouf & Bleaker Moore); / (4) Fallen Sparrow (1st app Sparrow Fallon; Powder Pouf & Bleaker Moore app); / (5) Merry Andrew (Boss Bubble) / (6) Mortimer J Titmouse [Wanted] (Octopus app); / (7) The O'Dolan (Ellen Dolan app) / (8) UFO (1st app Awesome Bells) / (9) Silken Floss, MD *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner]

#3 [August 1974; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Richard Corben (Colors) 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) Will Eisner Interviews the Spirit / (2) Black Alley / (3) Fox At Bay / (4) Surgery (Silk Satin & Ellen app) / (5) Foul Play / (6) Paraffin / (7) The Embezzler / (8) The Last Hand / (9) Lonesome Cool *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#4 [October 1974; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) Eisner Interviews Dolan / (2) Life Below / (3) Mr MCDool (Mr McDool, Satin, & Hildie app); / (4) Return of Silk Satin (The Emerald of Rajahpoor) (Mr McDool, Satin, & Hildie app); / (5) The Spirit of '76 / (6) Elevator (Ebony featured story) / (7) Return of Vino Red / (8) The Guilty Gun / (9) Flaxen Weaver / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#5 [Warren Pub; December 1974; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included;
(1) Ebony Interviews P'Gell / (2) The Return (Sammy, Klink app) / (3) The Spirit Now Deputy / (4) The Hunted / (5) The Prediction / (6) The Deadly Comic Book / (7) Death, Taxes & Spirit (Ward Healy app) / (8) Hamid Jebru / (9) Ice / ** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#6 [February 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) Showdown / (2) The Wedding (Bleak & Sparrow app) / (3) The Job (Bleak & Sparrow app) / (4) The Lamp / (5) Glob / (6) The Winnah / (7) Wild Rice / (8) Taxes and the Spirit *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner]

#7 [April 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; EBONY cover & Special issue; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) Dolan Interviews Ebony / (2) The Big Sneeze (Ebony feature story; PS. Klink app) / (3) Hoagy the Yogi I (Ebony feature story; Lt Grey, Evry Little Bug app) / (4) Hoagy the Yogi II (Ebony feature story); / (5) Cheap Is Cheap (Ebony feature story); / (6) Young Dr Ebony (Ebony feature story; Feiffer's 1st solo script); / (7) Moment of Destiny (Ebony feature story; Pierpont, Satin, Evry Little Bug app) / (8) The Explorer (Ebony feature story); / (9) A Prisoner of Love (PS app); *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#8 [June 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; all FEMALE FOES issue cover & Special issue; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) Women's Club / (2) Sand Saref (1st appearance); / (3) Bring In Sand Saref / (4) Thorne Strand (1st appearance); / (5) A Slow Ship to Shanghai (Thorne Strand app) / (6) Assignment Paris (P'Gell app) / (7) A Pot of Gold (Carrion app) / (8) Satin (Satin, Hildie app); / (9) Visitor / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti; *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#9 [August 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) P'Gell and the Octopus (1 page article) / (2) The Candidate (1st app Monica Veto) / (3) White Cloud (Monica Veto app) / (4) Stop The Plot (The Coin) / (5) Lovely Looie / 6. The Space Sniper / (7) The Vernal Equinox (PS app) / (8) Black Gold (P'Gell app) / (9) Two Lives / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#10 [94 pages including covers; October /1974; Giant Summer Special; $1.50-c; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; 3 x Octopus stories issue; 8-Page Color insert, with colors by Richard Corben; ***** Stories Included; (1) The Spirit Underground / (2) Heat (Octopus app) / (3) Quiet (Octopus app) / (4) Death Is My Destiny / (5) Help Wanted / (6) Origin of Denny Colt & Spirit story; / (7) Sound / (8) Time Stop /(9) The Octopus Is Back / (10) The Meanest Man In The World / (11) Hobart / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#11 [December 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Ken Kelley; ***** Stories Included; (1) Crime (1st app of Autumn Mews) / (2) The Torch / (3) The Fighting Machine / (4) Nazel B Twitch / (5) The Fortune / (6) A Crime of Passion (Ebony feature story) / (7) Plaster of Paris / (8) Blackmail / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#12 [August 1975; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Bill Dubay (Colors) Christmas issue; 3 x Sand Saref stories; ***** Stories Included; (1) The Jewel (Jewel of Gezah, Mr Carrion, & Sand Saref app) / (2) Carrion (Jewel of Gezah, Mr Carrion, & Sand Saref app) / (3) Rescue (Jewel of Gezah, Sand Saref, & Archie Flye app) / (4) Pancho De Bool / (5) The Christmas Spirit 1948 / (6) Snow (Slippery Eall, Bellows, Dapperish & PS app) / (7) Tooty Compote (1st app Tooty Compote Slip Claws) / (8) Big Arky / (9) Fable: Christmas Spirit 1946 (Octopus, Kilroy, PS, Brains app) *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#13 [April 1976; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner; ***** Stories Included; (1) The Valentine / (2) The Robbery / (3) The Curse / (4) Water / (5) Hangley Hollyer Manse (Ebony, Pierpont app) / (6) Pinhead / (7) Tunnel (Klink, Ward Healy app) / (8) Ten Minutes / (9) The Story of Gerhard Shnobble (1st appearance) / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#14 [June 1976; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Bill Dubay (Colors) ***** Stories Included; (1) Dick Whittler / (2) The Chase (Dick Whittler app) / (3) Investigation (Dick Whittler, Michael O'Dolan app) / (4) Sammy and Delilah / (5) A Day At the Zoo / (6) The Teacher (P'Gell, Dick Whittler app) / (7) The Hero (1st app Henry J Timeclock) / (8) Dan Greer (The Big Win) / (9) The First Man / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#15 [ August 1976; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Bill Dubay (Colors) ***** Stories Included; (1) Sally of the Islands / (2) The Masked Man (1st Central City interlude) / (3) The Ball Game (1st app Sammy) / (4) Matua (Sammy app) / (5) Lurid Love (Sammy app) / (6) Ace McCase / (7) Winter Haven (1st app Flaxen Weaver) / (8) Donjon Prison (Klink app) / (9) Murder...Bloodless Type / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer]

#16 [October 1976; 76 pages including covers; Cover by Will Eisner & Bill Dubay (Colors) LAST Warren issue; Giant Summer Special; Olga Bustle cover & story; ***** Stories Included; (1) The Inheritance (Ellen Dolan app) / (2) The Moment of Glory / (3) Olga Bustle in Outcast (parody of Jane Russell; Mr Dusk app) / (4) The Fix / (5) The Fly / (6) Who Killed Cox Robin / (7) Springtime of Dolan (Ward Healy, Klink app) / (8) Dulcet Tone (1st app of Skinny Bones, Gam, & Every Little Bug; Mathilda Dolan app); *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner]



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SPIRIT ** (Kitchen Sink Pub; 11/1977 thru 6/1983; B&W Magazine; #1-16 =Formerly Warren Pub; ** Classic WILL EISNER cover & art in all; All-New Wraparound front & back covers by EISNER = #17-31, 33, 36-39, 41; 60-68 pages including cover for each issue); Currently a HOT Title due to the December 2008 MOVIE / Motion Picture (Screenplay by & Directed by FRANK MILLER); +++++ Will Eisner, one of the most important creators in all of comics history, was an acclaimed American for his Superb; comics writing, comics artwork, cartooning studio, Sequential Art book & pioneering works in American Graphic Novels; the SPIRIT (Denny Colt) was his most important & influential creation; +++++ [60-68 pages including cover for each issue]

#17(11/1977; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner with CITY & Femme Fatales; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Will Eisner Interview by Dennis Kitchen; (2) The Story of Rat-Tat the Toy Machine Gun;
(3) Wanted: Dangerous Job assignment; (4) Alec the Alligator; (5) Operator / Cape Cod Vacation; Carrion; Darling O'Shea; (6) Lady Luck story; Wrestelers Stonewall Zmynko vs Boxcar Scully; The Count app; (7) Snowstorm / Mountain Resort; Darling O'Shea & Sand Saref app; (8) To The Spirit, With Love Ellen; Carrion & Octopus app; (9) Here are the Facts; Carrion & Little Ghoul app; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer, Klaus Nordling; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Klaus Nordling;
#18(5/1978; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) The 7th Husband; (2) Thanksgiving story; (3) Future Death; (4) A Small Business = 3 pages of All-NEW Art by Will Eisner;
(5) Barkarolle from Tales of Arfmann; with Roger the Dog; (6) Mad Moes; (7) Fan Mail = Spirit comics story; Four x Clifford one pager strips by Feiffer; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer, Klaus Nordling; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Klaus Nordling;
#19(10/1978; New ART by Will Eisner; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Money, Money; P'GELL app; (2) April Fool; Byline & Sylvie app; (3) Lady Luck meets Terrapin Aspic au Fromage; (4) Life On Another Planet Part One = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) Gold; Sam Chapparell app; (6) The Chapparell Lode; (7) Halloween; Witch Hazel P MacBeth & Octopus app;
#20(4/1979; New ART by Will Eisner; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Quirte; (2) Cromlech Was A Nature Boy; (3) War Brides; Kretchma app; (4) Life On Another Planet part-2; The First Emigre = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) Time Bomb; (6) Census '50; Langtry app; (7) Outer Space = Mission to the Moon storyline by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer, Klaus Nordling; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Klaus Nordling; Jerry Grandenetti;
#21(7/1979; New ART by Will Eisner; On the Moon by Wally WOOD-a; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Fairy Tales for Juvenile Delinquents: Hanzel und Gretel; (2) The Cosmic Answer; Evry Little Bug; (3) The Inner Voice; (4) Life On Another Planet : A New Form of Life = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) The Haunt = Halloween story with Witch Hazel; (6) Outer Space: A DP On the Moon by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti;
#22(12/1979; Mission the Moon by Wally WOOD-a; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Blind; (2) A Killer at Large; Klink app; 1st app Ward Healy; (3) Into the Light; Carrion & Silken Floss app; (4) Life On Another Planet : Pre-Launch = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) Perfect Crime!! Baxter & Maggie app; (6) Outer Space; Mission..the Moon by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti;
#23(2/1980; Wally WOOD-a; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner);>>>>> Stories Include; (1) Silk Satin; (2) The End of the World; Pierpont app; (3) No Spirit Story Today; Junior app; (4) Life on Another Planet : Bludd = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) Nickles Nerser; (6) Outer Space : Heat on the Moon by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti;
#24(5/1980; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Boombershlag = never before reprinted story; (2) Beauty; 1st app of Skinny Bones, Gam & Every Little Bug; Mathilda Dolan app; (3) Cargo Octopus; Dulcet Tone, Skinny Bones & Satin app; 1st app Octopus; (4) Life On Another Planet ; Abort = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) A River of Crime; 1st app Slippery Eall, Bellows & Dapperish; (6) Outer Space: Rescue by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti;
#25(8/1980; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner & Lou Fine; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Captured; Ebony, Dolan & Ellen app; (2) Coot Gallus; (3) Return of Autumn Mews; Sammy app; (4) Life On Another Planet : The Big Hit = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (5) Doppleganger - the Case of Double Jones; Off Klink app; (6) Outer Space; The Last Man on Planet Moon by Wally WOOD; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti, Lou Fine;
#26(12/1980; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) The Public Interest = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (2) The Confessions of Monks Mallon; (3) 1st appearance of Nylon Rose;
(4) The Kissing Caper; Nylon Rose app; (5) Umbrellas; Octopus app; (6) Life On Another Planet: The Last Chapter = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (7) Outer Space: The Man In the Moon by Wally WOOD;
**** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Jerry Grandenetti;
#27(2/1981; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner);>>>>> Stories Include; (1) The Devil's Shoes; (2) MURDER; Murdock app; Lou Fine inks; (3) Montabaldo; Fraternization H Shack, Castanet, Octopus & Mr Carrion app; (4) The Treasure of Avenue C = PREVIEW of Eisner's BIG CITY Graphic Novel; (5) Rife - Crimefighter & Modern Robin Hood; Sand Seref, Silk Satin & P'Gell app; (Spoof of LIFE magazine);
(6) The Amulet of Osiris; Sam Klink app; (7) Denny Colt, Alias the Spirit The Return;**** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;**** ART by; Will Eisner; Al Wenzel, Jerry Grandenetti, Lou Fine;

#28(4/1981; LAST Spirit story reprint; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner);>>>>> Stories Include; (1) Sphinx and Satin; (2) Professor Pinx; ; Lou Fine art; Ebony app; (3) Gil Kane interview = 4-1/2 pages with Kane art; (4) Survivor; Tate app; (5) Deadline; Feiffer kills Eisner; Clifford replaces Spirit in story; (6) Space Report: Return From the Moon by Wally WOOD; (7) the Unpublished Spirit = illustrated storyboard script; Outer Space story with Mr Q; *** Two page issulstrated letter from ALEX TOTH; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Wally WOOD, Al Wenzel, Lou Fine, Alex Toth;
#29(6/1981; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Framed; Ebony app; (2) Sasha's Sax; Ebony, Dolan & Ellen app; Lou Fine art; (3) Blood of the Earth; 1st app Jewel of Gezah; Sand Saref app;(4) Island; Jewel of Gezah, Sand Saref & Archie Flye app; (5) Hamlet On A Rooftop; Shakespeare script; (6) Social Values on the Planet Ferma; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Lou Fine;
#30(7/1981; Special SPIRIT JAM issue; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Army Operas No. 1; (2) Beagle's Second Chance; (3) Special All-New 36 Page SPIRIT JAM story; ***** Featuring appearances of; Ebony; Dolan, P'Gell, Klink, Irish Linen; Candy Cotton, Plastic Man, Woozy Winks, Gerhard Shnobble, Satin; Blues Ree, Carrion; Nylon Rose, Octopus, Dolan; Ellen; Klink; Dick Duck; Bullet Crow; Boris Badenov; ***** Scripts & ART by; Will Eisner-s/a, Denis Kitchen-s/a; Cat Yronwode-s, Fred Hembeck-s/a, Peter Poplaski-s/a, Michael T Gilbert-s/a, Trina Robbins-s/a, Alan Weiss-a, Marshall Rogers-a, Mike Barr-s, Joe Staton-a, Denny O'Neil-s, Frank MILLER-a, Terry Austin-a, Alan Kupperberg-s/a, Harvey Kurtzman-s/a, Howard Cruse-s/a, Len Wein-s, Ernie Colon-a, Brent Anderson-a, Max Allan Collins-s, Ken Steacy-s/a, Dean Motter-s/a, Roger Stern-s, Don Rosa-a, Chris Claremont-s, Brian Bolland-a, Bill Sienkiewicz-a, John BYRNE-a, Richard Corben-s/a;
#31(10/1981; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; Letter from Frank MILLER; (1) Wanted For Murder.. Denny Colt; Lou Fine art; (2) Siberian Dagger; 1st app of; Niechevo the Siberian Sleuth & Murmansk Manny; Orcha Chornya appears; (3) Eisner interviews Harvey Kurtzman = 7 pages; (4) Just One Word Made Me a Man; Spoof of Charles Atlas; Charlie Horse app;
(5) Big City: Stoops; Tenement story = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (6) The Barber; Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer, Frank Miller; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Harvey Kurtzman, Jerry Grandenetti, Lou Fine;
#32(12/1981; Classic GGA Good Girl Art cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Tale of the Dictator's Reform; Spirit meets HITLER in the USA; 1st app Brains Bertram & Algernon Tidewater / PS;
(2) The Last Mile; Mannex app; (3) Klink vs Octopus; (4) Picnic; Klink, Evry Li'l Bug & Octopus app; (5) Big City; Subways = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti, Lou Fine;
#33(2/1982; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) The Haunted House; (2) Slim Pickens; (3) The Portier Fortune; P'GELL app; (4) Eisner's P*S Magazine Years = 13 Pages; Joe's Dope sheet, Connie Rod, Sgt Half-Mast McCannick app; (5) Dolan Walks A Beat; Ellen & Ebony app; (6) Spirit's Dictionary for Adult Comic Book Readers; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer;
**** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti,
#34(4/1982; Cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Killer McNobby; (2) Genius; Algernon Tidewater /PS, Brains Bertram, Ebony & Pierpont app; (3) Caramba - the Eisner Travel Agency; Octopus & Mr Carrion app; (4) Eisner interviews Milton Caniff, 10 pages with Caniff art; (5) Big City: Garbage = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (6) Vietnam '50: Indo-China; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti, Milton Caniff;
#35(6/1982; Spirit SPANKING Ellen = Classic Cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Girl's Dorm; (2) The Black Bow (1st appearance); (3) Big City; Street Music = All-NEW art by Will Eisner; (4) Eisner interviews Milton Caniff, 12 pages with Caniff art; (5) Hildie (1st appearance); (6) Hildie and Silk Satin; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner, Milton Caniff;
#36(8/1982; Reprints the very First SPIRIT story from June/2/1940 in Color; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Manitou - a Legend; (2) Vortex; 1st app Adam the actor;
(3) Fat Looey; Dolan, Ebony & Pierpont app; (4) The Origin of Spirit = the Very First Spirit story from June 2/1940 = 8 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; 1st appearances of; Denny Colt the Spirit, Commissioner Dolan & Dr Cobra; (5) Big City: Sentinels = 19 pages of All-New Will Eisner art; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner, Jerry Grandenetti, Joe Kubert;
#37(10/1982; All-New Wraparound Witch Hazel Cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Mr Dusk; Halloween story; Dolan, Ebony, Mr Dusk, Pierpont, & Twilight aoo; 1st app Witch Hazel P Macbeth;
(2) Elect Miss Rhinemaiden of 1950; Witch Hazel P Macbeth app; (3) Eisner interviews Joe Simon = 11 pages with Simon & Jack Kirby art; (4) The Return of Dr Cobra; 7 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; 1st app of; Ebony, Ellen & Homer Creep; the 2nd ever Spirit story from June 9/1940; (5) Big City; Windows = 18 pages of all-NEW art by Will Eisner;**** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner, Joe Simon & Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert;
#38(12/1982; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) The Christmas Spirit = 1941; Tramp Tales #1,2,3, Dolan, Ebony & Ellen app; 1st app King Hobo; (2) Lilly Lotus (1st appearance); (3) The Christmas Spirit =1946; Dolan, Klink, PS, Santa Claus app; (4) Slot Gorgan Trial; 1st appearance The Black Queen; Ebony app; 7 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; the 3rd ever Spirit story from June 16/1940; Lingerie Panel; (5) Big City: Walls = 17 pages of all-NEW art by Will Eisner;(6) Willum and the Baron; 1st app Dick Whittler;**** Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti, Joe Kubert;
#39(2/1983; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Dead Duck Dolan (1st appearance); (2) Tarnation Texas; Blubber, Dolan, Ellen, Pappy Dolan and the Calico Clan; (3) Eisner interviews JACK KIRBY = 12 pages with Kirby art; (4) Voodoo In Manhattan; 7 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; the 4th ever Spirit story from June 23/1940; (5) The Van Guall Diamonds; Ebony, Ellen, Evry Liitle Bug, Silk Satin, Hildie app; 1st app of McDool; (6) Veta Barra (1st apperance); **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner, Klaus Nordling, JACK KIRBY, Joe Kubert;
#40(4/1983; Cover by Eisner; >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Bebop; 1st app; Teebo & Tailgate Smear; (2) Ev'ry Li'l Bug; (3) Eisner interviews JOE KUBERT = 15 pages with KUBERT Art, including 8 pages in Color; (4) Johnny Marsten; 7 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; the 5th ever Spirit story from June 30/1940; (5) Big City; The Block = 13 pages of all-NEW art by Will Eisner; (6) Whiffenpoof; Ev'ry Little Bug, Ebony, Ellen, Dolan, Robert Merrill; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti, Joe Kubert;
#41(6/1983; SCARCER LAST issue; Lady Luck & Mr Mystic in Color; All-New Wraparound Cover by Eisner); >>>>> Stories Include; (1) Radio Station WLXK; (2) Enterprise; Cousin Suremoney, Ebony, Ellen, Dolan app; (3) Eisner interviews C C Beck = 8 pages with Beck art; GA Captain Marvel app; (4) The Black Queen's Army; 7 pages in Color; Colors by Joe Kubert; the 7th ever Spirit story from July 7/1940; (5) Lady Luck in The Sinclair Jewels; Chuck Mazoujian art; 4 pages in Color; (6) Mr Mystic in Paradise of Lin; Bob Powell art; 5 pages in Color; (7) The Burning of PS 43; Halloween story; Witch Hazel P MacBeth & Ward Healy app; (8) Cache McStash; (9) Hembeck: The Will Eisner Interview = 1 page with Fred Hembeck art; **** Stories by; Will Eisner; **** ART by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti, Joe Kubert, C. C. Beck, Chuck Mazoujian, Fred Hembeck, Bob Powell;

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SPIRIT SPECIAL #NN [No Number; #1; Warren Pub; 1975; One Shot, Mail-Order ONLY, with ONLY 1500 Copies printed; Full Color; Stiff Covers; All WILL EISNER Art; Colored by Richard Corben; 84 pages including covers; Stiff-c; Squarebound; Squarebound); ***** Stories Included; (1) El Spirito / (2) The Strange Case of Mrs. Paraffin / (3) The Elevator / (4) The Deadly Comic Book / (5) Glob / (6) Young Dr. Ebony / (7) Assignment: Paris / (8) The Space Sniper / (9) Bucket o' Blood / (10) The Christmas Spirit / (11) Will Eisner: Artist, Writer, Renaissance Man (Text Article) / *** Featuring Art by; Will Eisner; Jerry Grandenetti *** Featuring Stories by; Will Eisner; Jules Feiffer; );

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STAR QUEST COMIX (Warren Presents... on cover)

(Warren Pub; B&W mag; 84 pages; $1.50-c; Squarebound; One-Shot; 10/78)

#1 [Corben-a(x2); Maroto-a; Neary-a; Torrents-a; Star Wars revisited Article/Photo's; Ken Kelly-c]


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STAR WARS (1977; One-Shot; Warren Presents” special)


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TEEN LOVE STORIES

(WARREN Pub; Magazine; 9/1967-1/1968; Photo-c; 68 pages; B&W; Photo's Articles & Art; with 36-42 pages of Comics in each) #1 (9/1967; );

#2 (11/1967; ); #2 (11/1967; ); #3(1/1968;); #3(1/1968; );



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TINY TIM [One Shot; 1968;“The TRUE Fantastic Story of TINY TIM"; Larkin, Rochelle (Editor); PHOTO Front & Back Covers. (illustrator). 76 pages; Personality received wordwide fame for his UKELELE and his song "TIP TOE THRU THE TULIPS": >> Profusely illustrated with many Black & White, & Color Photos. "Cover story - His Secret Love! Why he had to Happen! The "Tiny" Boppers: "Tiny Turns Me On!"; What Next for Tiny Tim?; His Secret Wish?; >>> Wild Exclusive Pix; GIANT 3-1/2 Foot Poster of Tiny Inside (still INTACT and NOT cut out); >>> 2-Page Centerfold Pinup 11"x16" Pinup of TINY TIM; >>> All New All True All Tiny!; Inside Joni Michell, Sally Fields, Faye Dunaway; Cher; Judy Carne, Cass Elliot, Nancy Sinatra, Mary Travers.." ] >>> #1 (Scarce; );



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UFO AND ALIEN (Warren Pub; B&W mag; 84 pages; $2.00-c; Squarebound; One-Shot; 1/78)

#1 (Bermejo-a, Durnona-a, Salvador-a, Sanchez-a, J.Severin-a, Torrents-a, Toth-a; 2xPie-s);


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VAMPIRELLA (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1969-1983; B&W Comics Magazine; Scarce in STRICT VF/NM or Better) = IN STOCK;

Harris Pub #113 (1/1988; One-Shot); *** (Pantha App-s= 30-33,42,44,50,66-68, 70-72,75-82,84,86,87, 89,90,93-99,101-106,108,112; **** VAMPIRELLA Appears on Cover= #1, 8, 12, 16, 18, 19, 21, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32-34, 36-38, 41-43, 45-69, 71, 73-79, 81-92, 94-98, 100-106, 108, 110) Series has lots of GGA {Good Girl Art}, Bondage, Nudity, Lingerie, etc; No Comics Code, Mature) [>> 68 pages= #1-16, 25, 26, 29, 30, 47, 48, 50-53, 60, 70, 74, 83, 92, 93, 101, 104-107; >> 76 Pages; = #17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 24, 32-35, 38, 39, 41-44, 54, 56, 57, 59, 61, 62, 65-69, 71, 75, 77-80, 84, 86-91, 94-99, 102,103; >> 84 Pages; = 19, 22, 27, 28, 31, 36, 40, 45, 46, 49, 55, 72, 76, 81, 82, 85, 100, 108, 110, 112; 92 Pages; = 58, 63, 73, 111; 100 Pages= 37, 64, 109]; [Squarebound issues= #19,36,37, 40,41,45-82,84-94]; (Roundbound issues from #22 up, have Fragile Spine's that Split easily,& strict NM copies are Scarce); [8-Page Color Insert= #22,25-28,30-35,39,40,45,46,49, 54,55,67,72; 16-Page Color Insert=36];


#1 (9/1969; FRAZETTA-c; 1st app. Vampirella, the Original tongue-in-cheek story Host character, inside in Original costume & with wings, art by Tom Sutton; Includes 2 pages of essentially nude Vampi in shower; Classic Vampirella-c, in classic costume & intro page by Frazetta; Billy Graham, Sutton, Neal Adams, Crandall-a; Store Credit NOT accepted on this item; );
#2 (11/1969; 1st app Vampi's cousin, Evily-c/s; 1st & only app Draculina Vampi's blonde twin sister; Interior Vampi begins Classic Costume & look, based on Frazetta-c from #1; Grandenetti-a, Royer-a; Ackerman-s, William Barry-a, Billy Graham-a; V );


#3 (1/1970; Overstreet Comic Price Lists this as “LOW DISTRIBUTION” = SCARCER issue; Vaughn BODE & Larry Todd painted Cover; Forrest J. Ackerson, Don Glut & Al Hewetson stories; ** Includes these Stories; Vampi's Feary Tales: Queen of Outer Space; Evil: Wicked is who Wicked Does; Blast off to a Nightmare; Eleven Footsteps to Lucy Fuhr; I Wake Up...Screaming; Caliegia; Didn't I See You on Television?; A Slimy Situation; ** Billy Graham art; TOM SUTTON art; Jack SPARLING art; Dick Piscopo art; Vampi’s Scarlet Letters page Begins; *** CGC, NM, 9.4 with WHITE Pages = Check Ebay for Price);



#3 (Low Distribution & SCARCE; 1/1970; Vaughn BODE & Todd painted-c; Sutton-a; Sparling-a; Hewetson-s; Billy Graham-a; Reading copy, );

#4 (4/1970; Jeff JONES & Vaughn BODE painted-c; Frankenstein-s; Sutto, Royer, Sparling-a; );

#4 (4/1970; Jeff JONES & Vaughn BODE painted-c; Frankenstein-s; Sutto, Royer, Sparling-a; );;
#5 (6/1970; FRAZETTA-c; Jeff JONES, Billy Graham, Sparling, Royer, Sutton, Fantucchio-a; Ghoul-s; LUNA-s; );

#6 (7/1970; Ken Kelly-c; Grandenetti, Sparling, Royer, Adkins, Bolle-a; );

#7 (9/1970; FRAZETTA-c; Billy Graham, Sutton, Bolle-a; );

#8 (11/1970; Ken Kelly-c; 1st New revised Vampirella as a serious strip begins, by Sutton; 2nd Vampirella-c; 1st app Conrad & Adam Von Halsing, the Crimson Chronicles & the Cult of Chaos; Grandenetti, Billy Graham, Sutton, Bolle-a; );

#9 (1/1971; BORIS Vallejo & Wally WOOD-c; Barry Windsor-Smith, Wally Wood, Sutton, Barr, Grandenetti, Katz-a; 1pg Jeff Jones-a; );

#9 (1/1971; BORIS Vallejo & Wally WOOD-c; Barry Windsor-Smith, Wally Wood, Sutton, Barr, Grandenetti, Katz-a; 1pg Jeff Jones-a; );

#9 (1/1971; BORIS Vallejo & Wally WOOD-c; Barry Windsor-Smith, Wally Wood, Sutton, Barr, Grandenetti, Katz-a; 1pg Jeff Jones-a; );

#10 ( 3/1971; Billy Graham, Frank Brunner, Neal ADAMS, Wally WOOD, Sutton & Reese-a; );

#11 (5/1971; Origin & 1st app Pendragon, FRAZETTA-c; SUTTON-a; Cockrum-a; NUDITY panels; Ken Barr-a; Grandenetti-a; Dragon Woman-s = Sanho Kim-a; SCARCER issue; );
#11 (5/1971; Origin & 1st app Pendragon, FRAZETTA-c; SUTTON-a; Cockrum-a; NUDITY panels; Ken Barr-a; Grandenetti-a; Dragon Woman-s = Sanho Kim-a; Nice VG/FN, but with 2-/12" x 4" Coupon cut out of Back cover );

#12 (7/1971; Sanjulian-c; 3rd Vampirella-c issue, Definitive Vampirella by Jose Gonzales begins, 1st Gonzales-a, Billy Graham, Jeff JONES, Wally WOOD-a; );
#13 (9/1971; Sanjulian-c; Jose Gonzales, Hickman-a; );

#14 (11/1971; Sanjulian-c; 1st Esteban Maroto-a art for Warren; early PLOOG-a; Sutton, Glanzman-a; );

#15 (1/1972; Sanjulian-c; Jose Gonzales-a; 1pg Corben-a; );
#16 (4/1972; Sanjulian-c; 1st full Dracula-c/app, 4th Vampirella-c; Maroto, Boyette, Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );
#17 (6/1972; Enrich-c; Tomb of the Gods by Maroto begins, ends #22; Grandenetti, Jose Gonzales-a; );
#18 (8/1972; Enrich-c; DRACULA-c/s; 5th Vampirella-c; Maroto, Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );
#19 (9/1972; Jose Gonzales-c/a; 1972 Annual / Yearbook; 84 Pages; 6th Vampirella-c; Neal ADAMS-r; Wally WOOD-r; Grandenetti, Crandall, Barr-a; Creation of Vampi text bio; SCARCER issue; );
#20 (10/1972; Dominguez-c; Bondage-c; DRACULA-s; Maroto, Jose Gonzales-a );

#21(12/1972; Enrich-c; Tomb of the Gods by Maroto; Dracula-s; 76 Pages; Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );
#22(3/1973; Enrich-c; 8-Page Color Insert Preview of Maroto's Classic Dracula; 84pgs; Tomb of the Gods by Maroto; Dracula-s; Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );

#23(4/1972; Sanjulian-c; 76 Pages; Maroto, Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );

#24(5/1973; Enrich-c; Maroto, Mas, Jose Gonzales-a; );
#25(6/1973; Enrich-c; Maroto, Jose Gonzales-a; 8-Page Color Insert; 68 pages; Vampi on Cocaine-s; );
#26(8/1973; Maroto, Escolano / Jose Gonzales-a; 8-Page Color Insert; 68 pages; );
#27(9/1973; 1973 ANNUAL Yearbook; Enrich-c; Maroto, Jose Gonzales-a; 8-Page Color Insert; 84pgs; New Color Vampi-s; New Board Game inside covers; Jeff JONES-a; Wally WOOD-a; New Gothic-c; Mostly-r; );
#28(10/1973; Enrich-c; Jose Gonzales-a; 8-Page Color Insert; 84 Pages; Werewolf Board Game inside covers; );
#29(11/1973; Enrich-c; Jose Gonzales-a; );

#30(1/1974; Enrich-c; Jose Gonzales-a; FIRST appearance of PANTHA; Neal ADAMS Back-c of Luana; );
#31 [3/1974; FRAZETTA cover; 8-Page Color Insert; 84 Pages; Origin LUANA the Beast Girl-c/s; Luana by Esteban Maroto; 84pgs; CORBEN-a (color); Jose Gonzales-a; );

#32 (4/1974; Enrich-c; PANTHA-s; Jose Gonzales-a; Jeff JONES & Richard CORBEN art; 8-Page Color Insert; );

#33 (5/1974; Enrich-c; 8 page Color insert; CORBEN colors-a; 2 pgs Berni WRIGHTSON& Jeff JONES art; TOUGH issue in high grades; 76 Pages; Tied with Creepy #62 for the First Pro work at Warren by WRIGHTSON; PANTHA-s; appears VF, but has  2” of Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to Cover, );

#33 (5/1974; Enrich-c; 8 page Color insert; CORBEN colors-a; 2 pgs Berni WRIGHTSON& Jeff JONES art; TOUGH issue in high grades; 76 Pages; Tied with Creepy #62 for the First Pro work at Warren by WRIGHTSON; PANTHA-s; appears VG/FN, but has Magic Tape Repairs inside entire spine to Cover, t );

#34(6/1974; Enrich-c; Gonzales-a; 8-Page Color Insert; 76 Pages; 1st FLEUR the Witch Woman-s; 6 pgs Berni WRIGHTSON & Jeff JONES art; );
#35(8/1974; Enrich-c; Maroto-a; 2nd FLEUR the Witch Woman-s; );

#36(9/1974; Sanjulian-c; 1st app Vampi as Cleopatra Queen of Nile, her Blood Red Queen of Hearts, prelude to later series, 84pgs, 16 pages color insert; 84 Pages; CORBEN colors-a; Maroto-a; );
#37(10/1974; Sanjulian-c; 1974 ANNUAL Yearbook = 50%-r, 100pgs; Queen Cobra-s; Maroto-a; Jose Gonzales-a; );
#38(11/1974; Sanjulian-c; 2nd Vampi as Cleopatra Blood Red Queen of Hearts; MUMMY-s; Maroto-a; Jose Gonzales-a; Mayo-a; );
#39(1/1975; Ken Kelly-c; Color DRACULA story = MAROTO-a; Snow White-s = MAROTO-a; );
#40(3/1975; Enrich-c; 84 Pages; 8-Page Color Insert = DRACULA story = MAROTO-a; 1pg WRIGHTSON Bio & Photo; );

#41(4/1974; Enrich-c; DRACULA story = MAROTO-a; 76 Pages; );

#42(5/1974; Enrich-c; Vampirella-s with Jose Gonzales-a; PANTHA-s; );
#42(5/1974; Enrich-c; Vampirella-s with Jose Gonzales-a; PANTHA-s; VF/NM, but 1" Tear in Back-c thus VF );
#43(6/1975; Vampirella-s with Jose Gonzales-a; 76 Pages; );
#44(8/1975; Sanjulian-c; 1pg Neal ADAMS-a; Vampirella-s with Jose Gonzales-a; PANTHA-s; );

#45(9/1975; Mayo & Maroto-a; 8-Page Color Insert; );

#46 (10/1975; 84pgs; 1975 YEARBOOK; with 8pg Color insert, all Vampi issue, #12-r, 14-r; Origin-r from Annual #1 = Totally Re-Written by Budd Lewis; NEW COLOR Vampirella-s; 84 Pages; 55 pages of Jose Gonzales-a; );
#47( 12/1975; Enrich-c; Mayo-a; );
#48(1/1976; Enrich-c; );
#49(3/1976; Enrich-c; 8-Page Color Insert; 84 Pages; Blind Priestess, as Vampirella's Nemesis = FIRST Appearance of the Blood Red Queen of Hearts & storyline begins; Edgar Allan Poe-s; Christmas issue; MAROTO-a; );
#50(4/1976; Sanjulian-c; 68 pages; 5-Chapter near Book-Length 40 page Vampirella-s, PANTHA & FLEUR app, 1 panel SPIRIT cameo by Eisner;
Jeff JONES-a; Jose Gonzales-a; Maroto-a; Pendragon-s; );



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VAMPIRELLA (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1969-1983; B&W Comics Magazine; Scarce in STRICT VF/NM or Better) = IN STOCK;

*** (Pantha App-s= 30-33,42,44,50,66-68, 70-72,75-82,84,86,87, 89,90,93-99,101-106,108,112;

**** VAMPIRELLA Appears on Cover= #1, 8, 12, 16, 18, 19, 21, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32-34, 36-38, 41-43, 45-69, 71, 73-79, 81-92, 94-98, 100-106, 108, 110)

#51(5/1976; Sanjulian-c; CHAYKIN & Mayo-a; Whitechapel-s; );

#52(7/1976; Enrich-c; Mayo-a; );

#53(8/1976; Enrich-c; Opium-s; Bruce Jones-s; Jose Gonzales-a; Maroto-a; );
#54(9/1976; Enrich-c; 8-Page Color Insert; 3-Part 42-Page Vampi-s, vs Blood Red Queen of Hearts = Mayo-a; 8pgs color CORBEN-a; );

#55(10/1976; Sanjulian-c; 1976 YEARBOOK; all Vampi-r issue = all Jose Gonzalez-a; 84 Page Giant; 8-Page Color Insert; );

#56(12/1976; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Bruce Jones-s; Headless Horesman of All-Hallows Eve-s; Gargoyle-s; );
#57(1/1977; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Bruce Jones-s; Maroto-a; Infantino & Giordano-a; 76 Pages; );
#58(3/1977; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Bruce Jones-s; Russ Heath-a; Infantino & Giordano-a; Maroto-a; 92 page Giant, );

#59(4/1977; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Infantino & NINO-a; Alex Nino's 1st Strip at Warren; 76 Pages; );
#60(5/1977; Enrich-c; Return of the Blood Red Queen of Hearts; 1st Blind Priestess-c; Gonzalez-a; Maroto-a; );

#61(7/1977; 76 Pages; Blood Red Queen of Hearts app; Gonzalez-a; Infantino & NINO-a; Bruce Jones-s; Russ Heath-a; );

#62(8/1977; Enrich-c; Blood Red Queen of Hearts app; UFO-s; Bruce Jones-s; Gonzalez-a; Infantino & Giordano-a; Maroto-a; );

#63(9/1977; 1977 YEARBOOK; Enrich-c; 12 pages Berni WRIGHTSON-a; Gonzalez-a; 92 Pages; Bruce Jones-s; Maroto-a; );

#64(10/1977; Enrich-c; Booklength VAMPIRELLA 68 Page 7-Part story = Boudreau-s & Gonzalo Mayo-a; );

#65(12/1977; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Blood Red Queen of Hearts; Gonzalez-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#66(1/1978; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Blood Red Queen of Hearts; PANTHA Returns; Gonzalez-a; 2xBruce Jones-s; );

#67(3/1978; 8-Page Color Insert; 76 Pages; First PHOTO-c, with actress/model Barbara Leigh; Gonzalez, Nino, Neary, HEATH, Maroto-a; );

#68(4/1978; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Bruce Jones-s; Maroto-a; FLEUR-s; );

#69(5/1978; PHOTO-c, with actress/model Barbara Leigh; 76 Pages; Bruce Jones-s; Mayo-a; );

#70(7/1978; Ken Kelly-c; Mayo-a; ROOK appears in Vampi-s; );

#71(8/1978; Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; SORCERESS-s; Gonzalez-a; Maroto-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#72(9/1978; Enrich-c; Gonzalez-a; Maroto-a; 8-Page Color Insert; );

#73(10/1978; Larkin-c; Booklength VAMPIRELLA 71 Page story = DuBay-s & Gonzalo Mayo-a; );

#74(12/1978; 1978 YEARBOOK; Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; 40 pages Jose Gonzalez-a; Wolf Hunt-s = Maroto-a; );

#74(12/1978; 1978 YEARBOOK; Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; 40 pages Jose Gonzalez-a; Wolf Hunt-s = Maroto-a; );

#75(1/1976; Gonzalez & McQuaite-c; Gonzalez-a; Sasquatch-s; 76 Pages; );

#76(3/1979; Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; Gonzalez-a; Pepe Moreno, Mayerick, Nino, & Russ Heath-a; Bruce Jones-s; 84 Page Giant; );
#77(4/1979; Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; 76 Pages; Pepe Moreno, Mayo, & Russ Heath-a; Yeti-s; );
#78(5/1979;
Barbara Leigh PHOTO-c; STARLIN & Alcala-a; Mayo, & Russ Heath-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#79(7/1979; Mayo-a; Fumetti Photo Novel story; Michael Fleisher-s; Archie Goodwin-s; );

#80(8/1979; Maroto-c; Marcos-a; Bruce Jones-s; Dragon Queen/Cult, Hong Kong-s; Pantha-s; Alien Amazon-s; );

#81 (All Vampi special; 9/1979; Sanjulian-c; 84 page Giant, 2xNew-s; Dracula vs Vampi-c/s; Bondage-c; Cult of Chaos; Pantha-s; Alien Amazon-s; Marcos, Mayo & Gonzales-a; );

#82(10/1979; Gonzalez-c/a; 84 Page Giant; Pantha-s; Indians/Native American-s; Mermaid-s; UFO-s; Western-s; Brice Jones-s; Mayerick-a; 1st American strip by famed UK Comic & SF Artist Brian Lewis; );

#83(12/1979; Gonzalez & McQuaite-c; 1979 YEARBOOK; Gonzalez-a; Russ HEATH-a; Jeff JONES-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#84(1/1980; Harris-c; PANTHA-s; Nebres-a; Mayerick-a; );

#85 (3/1980; GULACY-c; 84 page Giant, Indians/Native American-s; Photo Backgrounds-s; Nino-a; );

#86(4/1980; Lindall-c; Mayo-a; Mayerick-a; 76 Pages; Pantha-s; Starpatch, Quark & Mother Blitz-s; Puppeteer-s; );

#87(5/1980; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; All VAMPI issue, Blood Red Queen-r from 60-62,65,66, all Jose Gonzales-a; Pantha-s; );

#88(7/1980; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Tristan app; Nebres-a; Bruce Jones-s; );

#89(8/1980; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; PANTHA app; Nebres-a; 2xBruce Jones-s; );
#90(9/1980; Enrich-c; Nebres & Marcos-a; Alex TOTH-a on PANTHA Solo-s; Alcala-a;
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VAMPIRELLA (Warren Pub B&W Mag; 1969-1983; B&W Comics Magazine; Scarce in STRICT VF/NM or Better) = IN STOCK;

*** (Pantha App-s= 30-33,42,44,50,66-68, 70-72,75-82,84,86,87, 89,90,93-99,101-106,108,112;

**** VAMPIRELLA Appears on Cover= #1, 8, 12, 16, 18, 19, 21, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32-34, 36-38, 41-43, 45-69, 71, 73-79, 81-92, 94-98, 100-106, 108, 110) .....

#91(10/1980; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; all Vampi issue-r, with 53 pages of Jose Gonzales-a; Tristan app; Halloween/All-Hallows Eve-s; Headless Horseman-s; );

#92 (12/1980; Enrich-c; Cryssie Collins / Demoness-s; Uncommon issue; Nebres-a; );

#93 (1/1981; Enrich-c; Cassandra St. Knight solo begins, ends #103, New PANTHA solo series begins, ends #108; CobraGoddess-s; Cryssie Collins/Demoness-s; Nudity on cover; Uncommon issue; Nebres, Alcala, Maroto-a; );

#94 (3/1981; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Cassandra St. Knight-s; Cryssie Collins/Demoness; PANTHA-s; Santa-s; Western-s; Nebres, Maroto-a; LAST Squarebound issue; );

#95 (4/1981; Ken Kelly-c; 76 Pages; Bondage-c; Whipping Panels; Cassandra St. Knight-s; Cryssie Collins/Demoness; PANTHA-s; FOX-s; Vampi in Bondage-c; Nebres-a; );

#96 (5/1981; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Cassandra St. Knight-s; Cryssie Collins/Demoness; PANTHA-s; Uncommon issue; Nebres-a; );

#97( 7/1981; Enrich-c; Uncommon issue; Bruce Jones-s; PANTHA-s; Cassandra St Knight-s; Maroto-a; 76 Pages; Night Full of Zombies-s; Indians/Native American-s; Werewolf-s; Gonzales, Mayo-a; );

#98( 8/1981; Enrich-c; Uncommon issue; PANTHA-s; Cassandra St Knight-s; FOX-s; 76 Pages; Night Full of Zombies-s; Dragon-s; Indians/Native American-s; Mayo-a; Maroto-a );

#99(9/1981; Sanjulian-c; Uncommon issue; PANTHA-s; 76 Pages; Cobra Queen-c; Missing You-s; Night Full of Zombies-s; Mayo-a; Maroto-a; );

#100 (10/1981; Enrich & Others-c; Lower Print Run & Scarcer; Gonzalez-a; Origin of Vampirella; Dracula app; 84 Page Giant; Vampirella appears topless/nude in New 21pg-s; Dracula app-r; Origin of Vampi-r from Annual#1; Conjuress app; Tristan app; Hanging by Noose panel; 39 pages of Jose Gonzales-a; );

#101 (12/1981; Panaligan-c; New Blood Red Queen of Hearts app; Cassandra St. Knight-s; FOX-s; Night Full of Zombies-s; PANTHA-s; Spanking Panel= 101; Lower Print run & scarcer; Mayo, Scott Hampton-a; );

#102 (1/1982; Enrich-c; 76 Pages; Blood Red Queen of Hearts; Cassandra St. Knight-s; FOX-s; Night Full of Zombies-s; PANTHA-s; Mythology-s; Lower Print run & scarcer; Mayo & Maroto-a; );

#103 (3/1982; Enrich-c; Cassandra St. Knight-s; FOX-s; PANTHA-s; Night Full of Zombies-s; Christmas issue; Gonzales, Maroto-a; Lower Print Run & Scarcer; );

#104 (4/1982; Enrich-c; FOX-s; Jeremy-s; Missing You-s; PANTHA-s; Starpatch, Quark & Mother Blitz-s; Lower Print Run & Scarcer; Gonzales-a; );

#105 (5/1982; Enrich-c; All Vampi issue-r, w PANTHA = 48 Page story with Jose Gonzales-a; Lower Print Run & scarcer; );

#106 (7/1982; Enrich-c; FOX-s; Jeremy-s; Nessie (Loch Ness Monster)-s; PANTHA-s; Missing You-s; Decapitation panel; Tristan app; Lower Print Run & Scarcer; Gonzales-a; Bruce Jones-s; );
#107 (8/1972; Sanjulian-c; 1982 YEARBOOK; Special all Esteban MAROTO Art issue; Blood Red Queen of Hearts; Dracula App-s; Snow White-s; UFO-s; Werewolf-s; Lower Print Run & scarcer; );
#108 (9/1982; Enrich-c; 84 page Giant, Vampi in Nude/Topless splash page; Alex TOTH-a; FOX-s; Jeremy-s; Sweetwater Nessie (Loch Ness Monster)-s; Lower Print run & scarcer; PANTHA-s; Torpedo-s; Gonzales-a; );
#109 (10/1982; Sanjulian-c; 100 Page Summer Spectacular; All-r, 1xGonzalez-a, o/w all FELIX MAS art {x9} issue; Dorian Gray-s; Lower Print Run & Scarcer; );

#110 (12/1982; Torpedo app; TOTH art, 84 Page Giant; Jeremy-s; Tristan app; Edgar Allen Poe adaption; Lower Print Run & scarcer; );
#111 (1/1983; Pujolar-c; Giant Collector's edition, All-r; =$2.50-c, 92 pages; Lower Print run & scarcer; 92 page Giant, Gonzales, Neary, Maroto, Infantino & Giordano-a; );
#112 (3/1983; SCARCE LAST Warren issue; 84 Page Giant; FOX-s; PANTHA-s; Torpedo app; Low Print run & scarce; Gonzales, Maroto, Mayo-a; );


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Vampirella (1st Harris Pub, continues Warren Numbering; 100 pages);

#113 (SCARCE; 1987; Very Low Print Run; BONDAGE-c; MUMMY-s; Gonzalez-a; Brunner-a; Mayo-a; );

#113 (SCARCE; 1987; RETURN and First Harris Issue; Very Low Print Run; BONDAGE-c; MUMMY-s; Gonzalez-a; Brunner-a; Mayo-a; Overall VF+, but with Finger Print Smudges on Edges of Covers, );


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VAMPIRELLA Annual

#1 (1972; New & Definitive Origin Vampirella, with 1st app of Tristan by Gonzales; Neal Adams-r from #1; Wood-r from #9; Jones-r; Overall nice VF+ copy, minor 1/4" writing upper right; Bumped upper right corner );

#1 (1972; New & Definitive Origin Vampirella, with 1st app of Tristan by Gonzales; Neal Adams-r from #1; Wood-r from #9; Jones-r; );

#1 (1972; New & Definitive Origin Vampirella, with 1st app of Tristan by Gonzales; Neal Adams-r from #1; Wood-r from #9; Jones-r; );

#1 (1972; New & Definitive Origin Vampirella, with 1st app of Tristan by Gonzales; Neal Adams-r from #1; Wood-r from #9; Jones-r; overall nice FN+, but with 2-1/4" x 3-1/2" Coupon Cut Out & Missing from Back issues AD page 51-52 inside );


 

VAMPIRELLA Novel Series, by RON GOULART (1975-1976; Warner Books - Mass Market Paperbacks; New York, USA; Based on the Warren Comics magazines; PBO = Paperback Originals, all True First Editions) *** [RON GOULART Also Writes as; Kenneth Robeson, Zeke Masters, Victor Appleton II, Laura Lee Hope, Carolyn Keene, Susan Claudia, Howard N. Lee,Chad Calhoun, Frank S Shawn, Franklin W. Dixon, Con Steffanson, Joseph Silva, Josephine Kains]; (all SCARCE in strict VERY FINE 8.0 or Better);

#1 (11/1975; BLOODSTALK; ORIGIN of Vampirella; ISBN: 0446769282; Jose Gonzales GGA Good Girl Art Painted Front & Back Covers;  );
#2 (12/1975; ON ALIEN WINGS; Cult of Chaos / Conrad Van Helsing / Pendragon the Magician; GGA - Good Girl Art Painted Front & Back Covers;  );

#3 (1/1976; DEADWALK; Pendragon the Magician, Caribbean Island, VOODOO, Black Magic; ISBN: 0446769304; Sanjulian GGA - Good Girl Art Painted-c;  );

#3 = UK BRITISH Edition (1/1976; DEADWALK; Pendragon the Magician, Caribbean Island, VOODOO, Black Magic; DIFFERENT cover than US edition; SOLD OUT);

#4 (3/1976; BLOOD WEDDING; GGA Good Girl Art Painted Front Cover; Lower Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#5 (5/1976; DEATHGAME; GGA Good Girl Art Painted Front Cover; Lower Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#6 (7/1976; SNAKEGOD; GGA Good Girl Art Painted Front Cover; Lower Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);




Vampirella Comics magazine (Harris Pub; 10/2003-Present); #1(10/2003); #2,3,4,5,6,7,9;



VAMPIRELLA Commemorative Edition (2001; HARRIS Comics Pub; Magazine)

#1 [10/ 2001; Reprint edition of the 1969 Vampirella #1; Frazetta cover. Neal Adams, Reed Crandall, Ernie Colon, Tom Sutton art. NOTE: This commemorative edition is very similar to the original, but can be easily identified by the $4.95 cover price  the original 1969 edition was 50c cover priced; The indica notes it as the commemorative edition. VERY LOW Print Run; SOLD OUT ]


VAMPIRELLA SPECIALS; Summer Special/Annual Giant issues = #19,27,36,37,45, 46,55,63,64,109; Holiday Special/Giant issue= #58,67,76; All Reprint issues= #19,74,83,91, 105,107,109,111; Annuals from 1973 on are included in regular numbering. Later Annuals are same format as regular issues.

VAMPIRELLA (Warren Mag) SERIES & CHARACTER Appearances;

Amazonia-s= 8,12; Blood Red Queen of Hearts storyline (49up Blind Priestess)= #36,38,49, 54,60-62,65,66,87r, 101,102,107r;Vampi as Cleopatra Queen of Nile-s= 36,38; Cassandra St. Knight-s (psychic/astral projection) = #93-98,101-103; Cobra Goddess-s= 93; Cobra Queen-c= 23,50,99; Cobra Queen-s= 23,37; Conjuress app= 18-21,100; Cult of Chaos= 16,30,45,55,64,81; Cryssie Collins/Demoness= 73,92-96; Devil Woman-s= 90; Dracula-c= 16,18,81; Dracula App-s= 15(cameo), 16,18-22,39-41,55,81,100,107r; Draculina app= 2; Dragon Woman-s= 11; Dragon Queen/Cult, Hong Kong-s= 77-80; Evily (Vampi's cousin)-c/s= 2; s=3;

Fleur, the Witch-Woman-s = 34,35,50,68; Fox-s= 95,98,101-104,106,108,112; Adam Van Helsing app= 8,9,11-27,37,43-46, 49,50,54-62,64,65,73,74, 79-82,84,86-91, 93-103,105-108,110,112; Conrad Van Helsing app= 8,9,11-13,15-27, 37,43-46,49,50,54-56, 59-62,64,65,73, 74,77-82,84, 87-91,93-96, 98-103,107,108; Jeremy-s= 104,106,108,110; Luana, Beast Girl-c/s= 31; Mad King of Drakulon-s= 62,65,66;Missing You-s= 99,104; Nessie (Loch Ness Monster)-s= 106,108; Night Full of Zombies/Pantha-s= 97-99,101-103; Pantha App-s= 30-33,42,44,50,66-68, 70-72,75-82,84,86,87, 89,90,93-99,101-106,108,112; Pendragon App= #11,13-17,20,21, 24-45,49,51-65,69-75, 79-81,83,87,89, 91,93-99,101-103, 105,107,109,111,112;Revenge Inc.-s= 90; Rook app= 70; Starpatch, Quark & Mother Blitz-s= 62,65-67,87r,104;

Sultana of Ashib app= 33,63; Tomb of the Gods {Egyptian-s} by Maroto= 17,18,20-22; Torpedo =#108,110,112; Tristan (Vampi's Love) app=29,46,57,66,88, 91,100, 106,110,111, Ann#1; VAMPIRELLA Appears on Cover= #1, 8, 12, 16, 18, 19, 21, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32-34, 36-38, 41-43, 45-69, 71, 73-79, 81-92, 94-98, 100-106, 108, 110;

VAMPIRELLA (Warren Mag) STORIES & NOTES =

Alien Amazon-s= 80,81; Amazon Women-s= 1; Arabian Knights/Scheherazade-s= 72; Axe Murderer-s= 5,18; Aztec-s= 26,30; Baghdad-s= 76; Board Game on inside covers= 27,28; Bondage (Girl)-c= 8,10,20,51,64,81,95; Brain Eating-s= 43; Burning at stake page or story= 1,4,10,11,53; Cave/Prehistoric Men/Women-s= 5,71,91; Centaur-s= 3,6(1pg),11; Chain Saw murder-s= 78; Christmas issue= 49,103; Circus-s= 94,108; Decapitation panel(s)=49,70,72,75,77,106; Decapitation-c=25; Devil/Satan app= 1,3,26,37,48,73,83r; Dinosaur-s= 5,28; Dinosaur-c= 5; Disco-s= 84; Dismemberment-s= 75,77; Dorian Gray-s= 18,109; Dragon-s= 9,58,76,77,98; Dragon-c= 79; Drugs-s= 6,21,25,53; Egyptian-s= 12,13,19r,36,65; Egyptian Princess-s(based on Frazetta)=66; Exorcism-s= 70,73; Frankenstein-s= 2(1pg), 4; Freaks-s= 52; French Foreign Legion-s= 78; Gargoyle-s= 56; Graveyard-c= 41; Halloween/All-Hallows Eve-s= 56,75,91r; Hanging by Noose panel(s)= 9,19r,23,24,56,100; Headless Horseman-s= 56,91r; Heidi Saha book & poster ad (1/4pg)=42-46; Hypo Needle-c= 56; Incas-s= 71; Indians/Native American-s= 61,82,85,97,98; Jack the Ripper-s= 9,19r; Jungle-s= 58,83r; Lesbian suggestive panels= 42; Leprechaun-s= 53; Magician-s= 6; Medieval Knight-s= 61; Medusa-s = 9(1pg); Mermaid-s= 6(cameo),60,66,82; Multiple Monsters-s= 2,56; Mummy-c= 38, 53; Mummy-s= 38,53; Mystery contest= 65,66; Mythology-s= 3,11,14,102; Nudity panel(s) in most issues; Nudity on cover= 4,9,26,28,39,93; Photo Backgrounds-s= 85; Photo-Novel-s= 79; Puppeteer-s= 61,86; Reward Ad for counterfeit Eerie #1= 51-53; Rommel Desert Fox-s= 62; Santa-s= 94; Sasquatch-s= 75; Skull-c= 21,39; Sleeping Beauty/Princess Aurora-s= 58; Snow White-s= 39,107r; Sorceress-s= 18,37,71; Sorcerer-s= 44,73; Sorcery-s= 8; Spanking Panel= 101; Spider-c=33; Suicide panels= 23,74r; Swamp Woman-c/s= 70; Sword & Sorcery-s= 9,10,14,45,67,71,98,110; Tarzan/ERB article= 56; Torture panel(s)= 71; UFO-s= 1,28,62,70,82,107r; Vampire (Non-Vampirella or Dracula)-s= 1,6,10,21,22,29,33-35,37,52,84; History of Vampires-s= 29,30; Vampirella Nudity Panel(s)= 1,100,108; Voodoo-s= 15,55r; Werewolf-s= 1,6-8,14(x2),19r,22,24,26,27r,36,39,46r,74r,77,97,107r; Western-s= 82,94; Whipping Panels= 13,63,71,95; Witches/Witchcraft-c= 2,7,15; Witches/Witchcraft-s= 2,7(x3),10,15,23,27r,41,45; Wizard-s= 5,73; Yeti-s= 77; Zombie--s= 5,45,51;

VAMPIRELLA (Warren Mag) ADAPTIONS = William Blake poem = 34; Edgar Allen Poe adaptions = 49,110; Snow White-s= 39,107r;

VAMPIRELLA (Warren Mag) ARTISTS =

Abellan-a= 33; Abuli-a= 112; F.Ackerman-s= 1-3; Neal Adams-a= 1, 10p, 19p(r/#10),44(1pg), Annual#1; Adkins-a= 6, 7(bio); Alcala-a= 78,90, 93i; V.Alcazar-a= 35(bio), 51; Artifact-a= 94,99,103; Aslan-c= Annual #1; Atuz-a= 90; Auraleon-a= 16,17(art & bio),18, 20,22-26, 28-33,35-39, 41,42,44,47, 50-53,58,63, 66,70,72,77-79,

85,86,88-90, 92,93,95-98, 101-103,106,108,110,112; Azpiri-a= 72,75; Barr-a= 8,9,11,19r; W.Barry-a= 2,4; J.Bea-a= 13,15,17,19r,22,23,25-28,31,34,36,37,49; Bea-c= 26(part-c); L.Bermejo-a-39,40,47,48,56,60, 63,65,66,69,71,95,98, 101-104,106,108,111,112; Blasquez{Blazquez}-a= 48,49; Bode/Todd-c= 3; Bode/Jones-c=4; Bolle-a= 6,7; Boris (Vallejo)/Wood-c= 9; Boyette-a= 16; Brunner-a= 10, 12(1pg); Buckler-a= 21; Caldwell-a= 13 (1 panel, fan page); Caravana-a= 90,100; Casares(Pepe Moreno)-a= 76,77; Chaykin-a= 51; Cockrum-a= 11; E.Colan-a= 1,2,7,19r; E.Colan-a(as St.Clair)= 4, Annual#1; Conway-c=25; Corben-a= 15(1pg), 16(1/6pg cameo), 30,31,33,36(colors), 54, 77(Warren awards cameo); Corben-c= 30,31,33,54; Crandall-a= 1,19r; Crandall-c= 1, 19(r/#1); Dominguez-c/a= 20;

Druillet-a = 8 (1/4pg fan art); Dubay-a=13,15(Bio),16,27-30; Dubay-c= 26 (part-c); Dubay{as Dube}-a=21,22; Duranona-a= 59,65,66,69-72, 75,79,80,82,85,90,93;

Easley-a= 77,82,84,86; Englehart-a= 10,19r,22(bio); Enrich-c= 17,18,21(c & bio),24,25,27-30, 32-37,41,42,45(part-c), 47-49,52-54,56-66, 68,72,87-90,92,93,

94(part-c),96, 97,98?,100(part-c), 103-106,108,110; Enrich {back}-c= 36,37; Escolano-a= 26; Fantucchio-s= 5; Fernandez-a-a= 28-32,35,36(bio & art),40-43; A.Font-a= 102; Gardner Fox-s= 6,8,9,12; M.Fleisher-s= 71,77,79,86,94; Frazetta-a= 11(panel on letter page), 66(cameo); Frazetta-c= 1,5,7,11,31, 45(part-c),94(part-c); L.Garcia-a= 15,17,18,20,21, 27,37,42-45,47; Gillon-a= 104,106,108,110; Giordano-a= 57,58,62,111; Glanzman-s/a=14; J.Gonzalez-a= 12-34,16(bio), 36-44, 46,49,50,53,54,55(x5), 56-63,65-69,71, 72,74-76,81-83, 87(54pgs),91(x5), 94-97,100,103,104, 105(48pgs),106,108-112,Annual#1; Gonzalez-c= 19,26(part-c), 45(part-c),75,82, 83, 100(part-c); A.Goodwin-s= 8,9,11-13,15,16,37,46,79,81,82,88,100; B.Graham-a= 1-3,5(art & Bio),7,8,10,12; Grandenetti-a= 2,6,7,9,11,17,19r,Ann#1; Gulacy-c= 85; Hampton-a= 101; Hanley-a= 12(1 panel fan pg); S. Harris-c= 84; Heath-a= 58,61,67,76-78,83; Al Hewetson-s= 3,5; Hickman-a= 13; Hoffman-c =112;

P.Hsu-a= 9 (1 panel fan page); B.Hughes-c= 2,10; Infantino-a= 57-62; J.Janes-a= 84; Jodloman-a= 71; J.Jones-a= 5,9,12,27,32(color), 33(2pgs w Wrightson), 34,50i,83r, Ann#1; Justice-a= 9; Kaufman-a= 13; Ken Kelly-c= 6,38,39, 40(back-c), 46,70,95; Sanho Kim-a= 11; Lakey-a= 85; Larkin-c= 73; Laxamana-a= 84;

B.Lewis-a= 82; Lindall-c= 86; Lofamia-a 86; Marcos-a= 80,81,90; Pepe Moreno = (see Casares); Maroto-a= 14-18,20-27,31, 34-42,45,49,50,53, 57,58,60,62,63, 67,68,71,72,74, 93,94,98,99,102, 103,106,107(x6),110-112; Maroto-c= 26(part-c),80; F.Mas-a= 16,18,21,22-24,27,34-39,109(x9); Mayerik-a= 76,79,82,84,86;

G.Mayo-a= 38(bio & art),45,47,51,52, 54,60,64(x7),66,69, 70,73(69pgs),77-79, 81,86,97-99, 101,102,110,112; McQuaite-c= 75,81,83; Mirales-a= 57; I.Mones-a= 33(bio & art),37,38,43,45,49,75,77; Munes-a= 26,28-30; Neary-a= 40,67,111; Nebot-a= 15,16; Nebres-a= 84,88-90,92-96; A.Nino-a= 59i, 61i,67,76,85,90; D.Nino-a= 94;

Ortiz-a= 35,36,41,45,48, 50,56,58-60,65, 66,68-70,,72,75, 78-80,84,88,89 ,92,94-99, 101-104,106,108; Panligan-a= 101; Penalva-c= 79; Piscopo-a= 2,3,4(art & Bio); Pizarro-a= 84; Ploog-a= 14(11/71); Pujolar-c= 111; Reese-a= 10; Ed Robbins-a= 3; Roca-a= 11,17; Roussos-a= 8; Royer-a= 1,2,4-6; Rubenstein-a= 79;

M.Salvador-a= 34(bio),59,80; L.Sanchez-a= 39-41,51,56,59,61,62,65,66,68,99,104,111; Sanjulian-c= 12-16,23,29(bio),38,44, 45(part-c),50,51,55,81, 91,94(part-c),99r, 100(part-c),102,107,109; F.Santos-a= 97; M.Sato-a= 96; Barry (Windsor) Smith-a= 9; Sparling-a= 3-6,8,Ann#1; Starlin-a= 78; St.Clair =(see E.Colan-a); Sutton-a= 1-5,7-11,14,Ann#1; Tallarico-a= 1; Torrents-a= 23-26,28,29, 32,34-38,40,43-45, 47-50,52,53,56-58, 61-63,65,67, 68,70,76,83; Torrents-c= 26(part-c);

Toth-a= 51(Warren award bio cameo),90i,108,110; Vaultz-a= 82; Wehrle-a= 9; Weiss-a = 4(1 panel fan pg); Tony Williamsune-a= 2,6-8; Wood-a= 9,10,12, 19(r/#12),27r,Ann#1; Wood-c= 9(Part-c); Wrightson-a = 33(2pg w Jones), 40(Bio cameo), 42(Warren award bio cameo),51(Warren award bio cameo),63(10pgs)-r;

Wrightson script= 34; Zamora-a= 85; Zesar-a= 46,48,51-53,63;

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VAMPIRELLA UK Magazine series (1972-1975 ANNUAL series; IPC Magazines Inc Pub.; UK/British series; FULL COLOR, on Slick High Quality Paper; 52 pages including covers; SCARCE even in UK; RARE & NOT distributed in USA and CANADA; 8-1/4"x11" Size);


VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #1 [1972; Contents; (1) “The Origin of Vampirella” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) “Wolf Hunt” art by Esteban Maroto; (3) Horror Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “The Call of the Dead” art by ?; (4) The Cry of the Dhampir” art by Auraleon; (5) “As Though They Were Living”; art by RICHARD CORBEN: *** NUDITY, Impalement & Bondage panels; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #12 by Sanjulian; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #1 [1972; Contents; (1) “The Origin of Vampirella” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) “Wolf Hunt” art by Esteban Maroto; (3) Horror Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “The Call of the Dead” art by ?; (4) The Cry of the Dhampir” art by Auraleon; (5) “As Though They Were Living”; art by RICHARD CORBEN: *** NUDITY, Impalement & Bondage panels; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #12 by Sanjulian; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #1 [1972; Contents; (1) “The Origin of Vampirella” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) “Wolf Hunt” art by Esteban Maroto; (3) Horror Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “The Call of the Dead” art by ?; (4) The Cry of the Dhampir” art by Auraleon; (5) “As Though They Were Living”; art by RICHARD CORBEN: *** NUDITY, Impalement & Bondage panels; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #12 by Sanjulian; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #2 [1973; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Death’s Dark Angel” art by Jose Gonzales; (2) ”Black and White Vacuum to Blues” art by Esteban Maroto; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “The Curse of the King of God”; (4) “Death in the Shadows” art by Luis Garcia; (5) “Eye Opener!” art by Auraleon; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #18, with Vampi & Dracula, by by ENRICH; Vampirella in Bondage panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #2 [1973; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Death’s Dark Angel” art by Jose Gonzales; (2) ”Black and White Vacuum to Blues” art by Esteban Maroto; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “The Curse of the King of God”; (4) “Death in the Shadows” art by Luis Garcia; (5) “Eye Opener!” art by Auraleon; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #18, with Vampi & Dracula, by by ENRICH; Vampirella in Bondage panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #3 [1974; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “The Lurker in the Deep” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) ”The Curse”; Art by WALLY WOOD; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “A Love to the Death... and Beyond”; (4) “The Man Whose Soul was Spoiling!” Art by Fernando Fernandez; (5) “The Witch’s Promise” Story by Gerry Boudreau; art by Auraleon; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #24 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #3  [1974; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “The Lurker in the Deep” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) ”The Curse”; Art by WALLY WOOD; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “A Love to the Death... and Beyond”; (4) “The Man Whose Soul was Spoiling!” Art by Fernando Fernandez; (5) “The Witch’s Promise” Story by Gerry Boudreau; art by Auraleon; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #24 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #3 [1974; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “The Lurker in the Deep” art by Jose Gonzalez; (2) ”The Curse”; Art by WALLY WOOD; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “A Love to the Death... and Beyond”; (4) “The Man Whose Soul was Spoiling!” Art by Fernando Fernandez; (5) “The Witch’s Promise” Story by Gerry Boudreau; art by Auraleon; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #24 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #4 [1975; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Isle of the Huntress!” art by Jose Gonzalez; WEREWOLF appears; DRUG & Hypo Needle story; (2) “Sentence!” art by Jose Bea; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “Just Wait Little Longer”; (4) “To Kill a God!” art by Wally Wood; (5) Tomb ofthe Gods series; “A Legend – The Road of the Gods” art by Esteban Maroto; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #30 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels; );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #4  [1975; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Isle of the Huntress!” art by Jose Gonzalez; WEREWOLF appears; DRUG & Hypo Needle story; (2) “Sentence!” art by Jose Bea; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “Just Wait Little Longer”; (4) “To Kill a God!” art by Wally Wood; (5) Tomb of the Gods series; “A Legend – The Road of the Gods” art by Esteban Maroto; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #30 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels;  );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #4  [1975; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Isle of the Huntress!” art by Jose Gonzalez; WEREWOLF appears; DRUG & Hypo Needle story; (2) “Sentence!” art by Jose Bea; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “Just Wait Little Longer”; (4) “To Kill a God!” art by Wally Wood; (5) Tomb of the Gods series; “A Legend – The Road of the Gods” art by Esteban Maroto; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #30 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels;  );

VAMPIRELLA UK MAG #4 [1975; Contents; (1) Vampirella in “Isle of the Huntress!” art by Jose Gonzalez; WEREWOLF appears; DRUG & Hypo Needle story; (2) “Sentence!” art by Jose Bea; (3) Vampire Story of the Month, illustrated Text-s; “Just Wait Little Longer”; (4) “To Kill a God!” art by Wally Wood; (5) Tomb of the Gods series; “A Legend – The Road of the Gods” art by Esteban Maroto; *** With the Front Cover from the USA edition of #30 by ENRICH; NUDITY Panels; );



VAMPIRELLA (Publicness Pub; Paris, France; FRENCH Language B&W Magazine; Vinyl texture to covers);
#4 (1/1971; 84 pages including Covers; Weight = 265 Grams; Barbarian Girl & Sabre Tooth Tiger painted -c by FRAZETTA; Tom Sutton-a; Hugo Pratt on Corto Maltese; 19 page article with photo's on FU MANCHU Film starring Boris Kaloff; Wally WOOD-a; Jeff JONES-a; );

#5 (1971; 84 pages including Covers; Weight = 265 Grams; );




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WARREN PRESENTS (Warren Pub; B&W mag; 84 pages; $2.00-c; 1-6,8,9=Squarebound;

1= 84 pages; 2= 92 pages; 3-6,13= 76 pages; 8,9= 68 pages; 1/79-11/81)

#1 (1/1979; Ring of the Warlords; Merlin-s; Dax-s; Eerie, Creepy & Vampirella-r; Sanjulian-c);

#2 (5/1979; all Rook issue);

#3 (8/1979; Alien Invasions Comix);

#4 (9/1979; Movie Aliens illustrated),

#5 (9/1979; Dracula '79);

#6 (10/1979; Strange Stories of Vampires Comix);

#7 Moonraker (10/1979)

#8 (10/1980; all Pantha issue; Nudity; all Auraleon-a);

#9 (11/1980; Empire Encounters Comix);

#10, 11, 12 = NOT Printed & do NOT exist;

#13 (10/1981; Sword & Sorcery Comix; Nudity; all Maroto-a issue; LOW Print & Scarcer issue);

#14 (11/1981; REX HAVOC, Raiders of the Fantastic; LOW Print Run; SCARCE last issue; SOLD OUT)



Warren Presents” special = ALIEN Collectors Edition (Movie, One Shot; 1979) #1;

Warren Presents” special = CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND (Movie, One Shot; 1978) #1

Warren Presents” special = (J.R.R.TOLKIEN) LORD OF THE RINGS (One Shot; 6/1979) #NN (#1);

Warren Presents” special = METEOR (Movie, One Shot; 1/1980); #1;

Warren Presents” special = STAR WARS (1977; One-Shot);


WARREN PRESENTS [ Contents information ];

ARTISTS; Adams-a= 6; Adkins= 3; Alien Movie photo's/article= 3,4; Auraleon-a= 8 (x5); Bermejo-a= 2,9; Casares (Pepe Moreno)-a= 9(x2);Dracula (Movie & TV) photo's/article's= 5; Dragonslayer photo's/article's= 13; Dr Who photo's/article= 4; Duronona-a= 6; Gulacy-c= 2;Gogos-c= 5; Goodwin-s= 6; Infantino-a= 3; Laurier-c= 8,9,13; Laxamana-a= 14; Maroto-a= 1,13(x5); Mayo-a= 1,6; McQuaite-c= 3; Mones-a= 9; A.Nino-a= 3; Photo-c= 4; Sanchez-a= 6; Sanjulian-c= 1,6; Severin-a= 3,6; Star Wars ESB photo's/article= 9; Sutton-a= 3;Toth-a= 3; Torres-a= 5,6; Wood-a= 1(x2),3;


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Wildest Westerns --- Favorite Westerns of Filmland (Warren; Magazines; 1960/1961; Scarce; #1,2 = Favorite Westerns of Filmland; #3-6 = Wildest Westerns);

>>> (ALL copies printed, have fragile spines, that split easily; SCARCE in High Grades);

# 1 (SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

# 2 (8/1960; 68 pages; JOHN WAYNE Cover art, by Jack Davis;SOLD OUT);

#3 (10/1960; Jack Davis-c/a; Alan Ladd in SHANE; Clint Walker as Cheyenne Bodie; Billy the Kid vs Jesse James; Zorro; Lone Ranger; Whip Wilson; CBC TV's Hotel DeParee with Earl Hollinger as the Sundance Kid; SOLD OUT);

#4 (1/1961; Jack Davis cover art; Buster Crabbe; Gunslingers; Behind the Scenes; Max Terhune; Severin-a; );

#5 (5/1961; Nick Adams "The Rebel" Painted cover; Elvis Presley's new Western "Flaming Star"; = SOLD OUT );

#6 (8/1961; MARLON BRANDO in "One Eyed Jacks" Painted cover; Spotlight on BONANZA; Appears near VG, Magic Tape repairs inside part of spine to cover );

#6 (8/1961; MARLON BRANDO in "One Eyed Jacks" Painted cover; Spotlight on BONANZA; Appears FN/VF, but with some rodent chewed top edge & bottom right corner to cover; 1" Split to cover at bottom of spine; Still decent & looks nice, );


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(B) MISC HORROR (Stanley, Eerie Pub, etc); Magazines;


ADVENTURES IN HORROR (Stanley Pub.) - Volume-1 #1(10/1969; FN/VF $20; Another copy = ASK); (Volume-1, #2, 12/1970);



CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN (Mostly Text & Photos; some Comics; Gothic Castle Pub; All are SCARCE in Strict FN/VF or Better)

Volume-1 #1(Volume-1 #1; Cover dated 1-2/1962; Actually released in 11/1961; Frankenstein-c; Larry Ivie-c; Frankenstein, Mummy, George Pal's Time Machine, Three Stooges, Jack the Ripper, Mysterians, Boris Karloff; Edagar Allan Poe's Pit & the Pendulaum; FN/VF, 7.0 = $75);

Volume-1 #2(1962; Christopher Lee-c/s; Early years of Frankenstein; Dr Caligari; Hammer's new Phantom of the Opera; Vampires & Capt Marvel; 6 pages of VAMPIRE comics by Larry Ivie; FN/VF, 7.0 = $45; G/VG =$20);

Volume-1 #4(1963; FN with Piece off Back Cover = Good = $12);

Volume-1 #4(1963; FA/G, Back Cover is Missing $8);

#5(Volume-2 #1; 1964; Edgar Rice Burroughs' Frankenstein/Monster Men-c/s; Peter Lorre story);

#6(Volume-2 #2; 1965; GORGON photo-c; Hitchcock, Lon Chaney Jr, Dracula, Wolfman);

#7(Volume-2 #3; 1965; Frieda Jackson in Die Monster Die photo-c; Lugosi vs Lee; Karloff);

#8(Volume-2 #4; 1966; Christopher Lee as Dracula photo-c; Lugosi, David McCallum, Fu Manchu, Batman);

#9(Volume-2 #1; 11/1966; Cesar Romero as JOKER photo-c; Batman, Karloff);

#10 (TV Green Hornet Photo-c; King Kong; Lugosi; >> Christopher Lee & Lon Chaney interviews; FN/VF = $39);

#11(Volume-3 #3; 1967; Nimoy as SPOCK photo-c; Star Trek, Dr Faustus; Men behind MARVEL comics; Talk with Christopher Lee);

#12(Volume-3 #4; 1968; SPOCK speaks; Stan Lee interview; Frank Brunner-a; ABC-TV's Spider-Man; Christopher Lee interview; Planet of the Apes);

#13(Volume-4 #1; Spring/1969; POTA - Planet of the Apes Photo cover & Article; Photo Back cover from Barbarella; RAY BRADBURY Interview; 2001: A Space Odyssey; FRID of DARK SHADOWS; Basil Rathbone interview; One Million Years BC & Raquel Welch; CARNAK Comics = 8 pages Frank BRUNNER story & art; SCARCER issue; Weight = 120 Grams)

#14(Volume4 #2; 1969; SPOCK & KIRK of Star Trek Photo-c; Karloff; Ray Bradbury);

#15(Volume-4 #3; 1970; Beneath the Planet of the Apes; Christopher Lee as Dracula; Frank Brunner-a);

#16(Volume-4 #4; 1971; Satanism & Vampires issue; Ken Kelly painted-c; Barnabas Collins-c; Robert Bloch; "A case of Conscience" = 10 pages of comics, with Early art by BERNI WRIGHTSON);

#17(Volume-5 #1; 10/1971; Magic & Occult issue; Painted-c by Frank Brunner; Mephisto Waltz, Dracula, Harryhausen;

THX-1138; Robert Bloch);

#18(Volume-5 #2; 1972; Frankenstein painted-c, by Ken Kelly; Night of the Living Dead; Robert Bloch; Karloff's last movie; El Topo; John Carradine interview; H.P. Lovecraft on film; Tarzan; Cameo art by; Wally Wood, Roy Krenkel, Jim STERANKO, Neal ADAMS, Ken Barr; Tales from the Crypt EC film);

#19(Volume-5 #3; 1972; Harryhausen; New Hammer films; Clockwork Orange; Dracula today);

#20(Volume-5 #4; Summer/1973; Harryhausen; Vault of Horror EC film; Soylent Green; Vincent Price);

#21(Golden Voyage of Sinbad; Ray Harryhausen; NBC's Frankenstein the True Story; Invasion of the Body Snatchers)

#22(Volume-6 #2; 1974; EXORCIST-c & Article; interview with Peter Cushing; Zardoz; Mutations; Madhouse; Hell House; Frankenstein TV Movie Guide);

#23(Volume-6 #3; 1974; Wraparound POTA / Planet of the Apes Painted-c; TV's Return of Planet of the Apes Article inside; Roger Corman interview; George Pal's Doc Savage with Ron Ely; Alphaville; Not of This Earth; Terminal Man);

#24

#25(Volume-7 #1; 1975; Andy Warhol's Frankenstein & Mel Brooks' Frankenstein; George Pal; Texas Chain Saw Massacre; Phantom of the Paradise; Night Stalker; Wraparound painted-c);

1967 Annual Fearbook (#1; Frankenstein, Invisible Man, Werewolf, Phantom of the Opera, Mummy & Dracula Painted cover; Cole Fu Manchu pinup; Frankenstein movie & TV guide; Boris Karloff; Nosferatu; Superhero Convention; Blood of the Vampirre; Darby O'Gill; VG+ = $24);



Castle of Horror (Portman Distribution Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; US Marvel Horror Mag material) #2 (1978; Origin of Morbius; introducing BLADE; Count Barsac Monarch of the Undead; Alcala, Buckler, DeZuniga, Kane, Marcos, Mayerick-a; Robert Bloch-s; FN/VF $12);


CAUCHEMAR (French; Les Editions de Poche Circa Late 1970's) #2;


CHILLING MONSTER TALES (M.M. Pub Ltd) Volume-1 #1(8/1966);


CHILLING TALES OF HORROR (Stanley Pub.) -

Volume-1,Volume-1 #1(6/1969; SCARCE; FN/VF $39); #2(8/1969; SCARCE; VG/FN $19); #3(10/1969), 4(6/1970), 6(10/1970), 7(12/1970);

Volume-2, #2(2/71); V #2(4/71); V2#4(6/71); V2#4(8/71); V2#5(10/71);


DEMON (Portman Distribution Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; US Marvel Horror Mag material) #3 (1978; Gabriel-c/s; Satana; Sutton & Trinidad-a; FN/VF $12);



DEVILINA (Seaboard Periodicals Inc.) - Volume 1 (#1; January/1975); (#2; May/1975);


DRACULA (Magazine, New English Library Pub.) = see LISTINGS under our WARREN magazines.


DRACULA CLASSIC (EERIE pub); #K48482 (1976; One-Shot; 68 pages; all Photo's & Articles; Bela Lugosi-c; FN/VF $15)


DRACULA COMICS SPECIAL (Halls of Horror Presents...) (QUALITY Pub; UK / British B&W Comics)

#1 (1983; Painted-c; Adapts the HAMMER FILM with Christopher Lee in "Horror of DRACULA", in 3-Parts = Paul NEARY-a; Dracula Sketchbook by John BOLTON; Adapts the HAMMER FILM in "DRACULA Prince of Darkness", in 3-Parts = John BOLTON-a; VG=$12);


DREAD OF NIGHT (Bruce Hamilton Pub.) - Volume 1 (#1; November/1991); (#2; February/1991);


FRANKENSTEIN CLASSIC (Modern Day / EERIE pub); #02984 (1976; One-Shot; 68 pages; all Photo's & Articles; Karloff as Frankenstein PHOTO-c; FN/VF $15)


GHOUL TALES (Stanley Pub.; B&W Magazine) -

Volume-1 #1 (7/1969; BONDAGE-c; Argon Pre-Code Horror reprints; Mr Mystery host; Bogeyman-c/s; GIRL in BONDAGE-c; VF, 8.0 = $59.00);

Volume-1 #1 (7/1969; BONDAGE-c; Argon Pre-Code Horror reprints; Mr Mystery host; Bogeyman-c/s; GIRL in BONDAGE-c; FN/VF, 7.0 = $45.00)

Volume-1 #2 (1/1971; VG = $15)

Volume-1 #5 (7/1971; ACG Reprints; VG = $15)



GRAVE TALES (Bruce Hamilton Pub.) - Volume 1 (#1; October/1991); (#2; December/1991); (#3; February/ 1992);



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HAMMER Magazines = FOUR Various Title Changes (1976-1984; GBD / General Book Distributors Pub & QUALITY Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; Horror Film magazine; Comics adaptions of HAMMER Horror Films; Photo’s & Articles); **** [ V1#1-12, #13-18 = House of Hammer /// #NN(3/78), 19, 20 = Hammer’s House of Horror /// #21-24 = Hammer’s Halls of Horror /// #25-30 = Halls of Horror ]; >>> Brian Lewis Painted-c = #3, 7, 9, 12, 13-15, 17, NN, 22;

Volume-1 #1 (10/1976; Biography & Filmography of Christopher Lee; 21pg Comics adaption of Hammers’s DRACULA-c/s starring Christopher Lee, with Paul Neary-a; Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter comics; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; VG/FN = $16);

Volume-1 #2 (12/1976; Hammer’s Curse of Frankenstein comics; Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter comics; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; Texas Chain Saw Massacre; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #3 (1/1977; Curse of Frankenstein comics-s; Fear Films of the 1930's; Night of the Living Dead; Hollywood Horrors; Steve Moore & Dennis Gifford-s; Frankenstein Gallery; Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter comics; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #5 (1977; Death in Space painted cover for Moon Zero Two Hammer movie adaption comics-s by Paul Neary;Terrible Monsters; GA of Horror featuring Bela Lugosi by Denis Gifford; Deranged; Mexican Monsters; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics - One Man's Meat by Martin Ashbury; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #6 (6/1977; Hammer's DRACULA Prince of Darkness with Christopher Lee movie adaption comics-s = 15 pages JOHN BOLTON art; Christopher Lee Monster Photo Gallery; GA of Horror featuring 1931 the Year of Fear by Denis Gifford; Blod & Guts; George A. Romero's Crazies; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics - Malvoisin's Mirror = Brian Lewis-a; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #7 (8/1977; Burn Witch Burn-c for Hammer’s “Twins of Evil” Vampire movie adaption comics with Peter Cushing = Blas Gallego-a; Female Vampires; Omen; GA of Horror featuring Boris Karloff; Devil's Men; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = 1pg Werwolf with Dave Gibbons-a; VG/FN = $15; VG=$12);

Volume-1 #8 (Two dates inside = 3-4/1977 and 10/1977; Father Shandor, Demon Stalker - Demons for Hell's Pit = comics Brian Lewis painted-c & interior art; JOHN BOLTON-a; BBC TV Movie Quartermass Experiment comics; King Kong; GA of Horror featuring Jekyll & Hyde by Denis Gifford; Christopher Lee's - Dracula, Father & Son; Requiem for a Vampire; Hammer Science Fiction; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics - Midnight Coach; Color Movie Posters on BACK-c = Creature from the Black Lagoon & Curse of the Cat People; VF+, 8.5 = $33.00; VF, 8.0 = $29.00);

Volume-1 #9 (Two dates inside = 6/1977 and 12/1977; BBC TV Movie Quartermass Xperiment comics-c/s; Work of Brian De Palma article; Stephen King's Carrie article; Brian Lewis interior art & painted-c; Seizure article with Jonathan Frid & Hector Villechaize; Squirm article; Living Dead at Manchester Morgue article; Making of King Kong article; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics - Food for Thought; Quartermass & Xperiment Quartermass II Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; VF=$28; VF-, 7.5 = $24; FN=$16);

Volume-1 #10 (1/1978; Hammer's Curse of the Werewolf with Oliver Reed movie adaption Comics = Brian Lewis Painted-c & Comics story = 15 pages JOHN BOLTON-a; the Sentinal; GA of Horror featuring Fu Manchu by Denis Gifford; Werewolves Monsters Photo Gallery; APE Movies; Satan's Slave; Stalkers in the Moonlight; Foreign WEREWOLF Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; VF-, 7.5 = $24; FN/VF, 7.0 = $20; FN=$16; VG/FN=$13);

Volume-1 #11 (2/1978; Hammers’s GORGON film adaption in comics, with Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee-c/s = Goodall & Cuyas-a; Burnt Offerings; Tender Dracula with Peter Cushing; GA of Horror featuring 1933 Masters of Menace; Harryhausen - Sinbad & the Eye of the Tiger; Bakshi's Wizards animated cartoon; Peter Cushing Photo Monster Gallery; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = Lair of the Dragon; Zoltan, Hound of Dracula; Harryhausen on Horror; GORGON Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #12 (Two dates inside = 9/1977 and 3/1978; Exorcist-2 article; Hammers’s GORGON film adaption in comics, with Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee; Welcome to Blood City; Witchtfinder General; Steve Parkhouse-s/a; Dennis Gifford-s; Spiders article; Frankenstein on Film article - Karloff to Lugosi; Invisible Man article; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; GORGON Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30);

#13(Volume-2 #1; 10/1978; Hammers’s Plague of the Zombies-c/s film adaption in comics = Brian BOLLAND-a; Steve Moore-s; Star Wars, Mansion of the Doomed, Victor Frankenstein, Nightmare in Blood, Summer of Secrets, Blood City, Alucarda, Suspiria, Godzilla, People that Time Forgot; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = Parkhouse-s, Brian Lewis interior art & painted-c; Plague of the Zombies Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; SOLD OUT);

#14(Volume-2 #2; Two dates inside = 11/1977 and 5/1978; Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C. cover by Brian Lewis, film adaption Comics by JOHN BOLTON, Steve Moore-s; ; Victor Frankenstein, Nightmare in Blood, Orca, Ruby, Dinosaur Movies; John Carradine interview; George Romero on MARTIN, his new Vampire film; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30; VF, 8.0 = $24; FN=$16);

#15(Volume-2 #3; Two dates inside = 12/1977 and 6/1978;; the MUMMY'S SHROUD-c/s film adaption in Comics; Mummies, Humanimals, Frankenstein, Blue Sunshine, Island of Dr Moreau, Audrey Rose, Fanatic; Beyond the Living Dead article = George Romero interview; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30);

#16(Volume-2 #4; Two dates inside = 1/1978 and 7/1978; Special STAR WARS issue; Star Wars Photo-c; Star Wars painted Movie Poster on Back-c; Shandor Demon Stalker; Hammerhead; Psycho stabbing; new Dracula; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; Riuvers of Corpses - Tower of Death comics = MOORE-s & BOLTON-a; SOLD OUT);

#17(Volume-2 #5; Two dates inside = 2/1978 and 8/1978; Hammer’s Vampire Circus film adaption in Comics = Parkhouse-s, Brian BOLLAND-a; Freaks; Mutations; Harryhausen scrapbook; Castle of the Living Dead; Cathy’s Curse; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = Parkhouse-s; SOLD OUT);

#18(Volume-2 #6; Dracula, Frankenstein & Werewolf in Comics = 13 pages NEAL ADAMS-a; Peter Cushing interview; History of Hammer; SOLD OUT);

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Hammer’s House of Horror (GBD / General Book Distributors Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; Horror Film magazine; Comics adaptions of HAMMER Horror Films; Photo’s & Articles);

**** [ V1#1-12, #13-18 = House of Hammer /// #NN(3/78), 19, 20 = Hammer’s House of Horror /// #21-24 = Hammer’s Halls of Horror /// #25-30 = Halls of Horror ] ******

#NN (3/1978; Cover says “1st issue” but was actually published between #17 and #18; Hammer’s Curse of the Werewolf film adaption with Oliver Reed, in comics, Steve Moore-s with John BOLTON-a; History of Hammer; Boris Karloff; Vincent Price; Psycho stabbing; George Romero interview; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; Foreign WEREWOLF Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; VF=$20; VG/FN=$14; G/VG=$9);


#19(Volume-2 #7; 4/1978; Hammer’s film REPTILE film adaption in comics = Steve Moore-s, Brian Lewis-a; History of Hammer; Frankenstein, Dracula & Yeti; Dinosaurs & Monster Birds; Mighty Peking Man; Films of Peter Cushing; Revenge of the Blood Beast; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = Parkhouse-s/a; Ramon Sola painted-c; the REPTILE Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; FN/VF=$16; FN=$14; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10);

#20(Volume-2 #8; 5/1978; Hammer’s Captain KRONOS Vampire Hunter a film adaption in comics-c/s = Steve Moore-s, & Parkhouse-a; The MUMMY; Incredible Melting Man; Savage Bees; History of Hammer; Fearless Vampire Hunters in Film; Bill Phillips painted-c; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = Parkhouse-s; Peter Cushing in Revenge of Frankenstein Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; FN/VF=$16; FN=$14; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10);

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Hammer’s Halls of Horror (GBD / General Book Distributors Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; Horror Film magazine; Comics adaptions of HAMMER Horror Films; Photo’s & Articles); **** [ V1#1-12, #13-18 = House of Hammer /// #NN(3/78), 19, 20 = Hammer’s House of Horror /// #21-24 = Hammer’s Halls of Horror /// #25-30 = Halls of Horror ] ******

#21(Volume-2 #9; 6/1978; Hammer’s Shandor Demon Stalker in comics = BOLTON-a ; Brides of Dracula; Christopher Lee interview; Boris Karloff, the Werewolf; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics = 5pgs Berni WRIGHTSON-s/a; Villagran painted-c; Low Print & SCARCE; VF=$25);
#22 (Volume-2 #10; 7/1978; Peter Cushing as the MUMMY Movie adaption in comics = Steve Moore-s & David Jackson-a; Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde; Phantom of the Opera; Boris Karloff in Sorcerers; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; Christopher Lee in Terror of the Tongs Color Movie Poster on BACK-c; Low Print & SCARCE; FN/VF=$18; FN=$16);

#23 (Volume-2 #11; 8/1978; Denis Gifford-s; Forbes painted-c; >> Enemy from Space / Quatermass II Movie adaption in comics = David Lloyd-a & Steve Parkhouse-s; Interview with Dario Argento; 3-D / Dimensional Movies; Rosemary’s Baby; History of Hammer; Van Helsing’s Terror Tales comics; Quatermass II Movie Poster Back cover Pinup; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#24(Volume-2 #12; Low Print & SCARCE; All COMICS Strips issue; Seven Golden Vampires, Quatermass Xperiment, etc; SOLD OUT);

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Halls of Horror (GBD / General Book Distributors Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; Horror Film magazine; Comics adaptions of HAMMER Horror Films; Photo’s & Articles) [ V1#1-12, #13-18 = House of Hammer /// #NN(3/78), 19, 20 = Hammer’s House of Horror /// #21-24 = Hammer’s Halls of Horror /// #25-30 = Halls of Horror ]

#25(Volume-3 #1; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#26(Volume-3 #2; 1983; Low Print & SCARCE; Ackerman recalls Lon Chaney Sr; Barbara Steele interview & filmography; House of the Long Shadows; Ramsey Campbell on Critics & Censors; John Carradine profile; Donald Pleasence profile; MONSTERS of the MACABRE Special, featuring: Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, & Peter Lorre; Conclusion to the Comics adaption of "Welcome to the MONSTER CLUB" ITC Movie = 8 pages of JOHN BOLTON art & 5 pages of David Lloyd art; Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon Photo Back cover; FN/VF=$24; VG/FN=$18);

#27(Volume-3 #3; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT); #28(Volume-3 #4; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#29(Volume-3 #5; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT); #30(Volume-3 #6; 11/1984; Low Print & SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

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HORROR, THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF FEAR (Northstar Pub., 6/89) - #1;





HORROR STORIES (All Text & Photos; Stanley Pub.) -

Volume- 1, #3(2/1971), 4(4/1971), 5(6/1971), 6(8/1971), 7(10/1971);


HORROR TALES (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1, #7(6/1969; FIRST issue; SCARCE; FN = $35.00); #9(11/1969; Third issue; SCARCE; VG/FN = $22.00);

Volume-2, #1(1/1970); #2(3/70); #3(5/70); #4(7/70), #5(9/70); #6(11/70);

Volume-3, #4(7/71); #5(9/71); #6(11/71);

Volume-4, #1(1/72); #2(3/72); #3(4/72); #5(8/72), #6(10/72);

Volume-5 #1(2/1973), 2(4/1973), 6(12/1973);

Volume-6 #1(2/74); #2(4/74), #3(6/74);

>>> ('Classic Horror Tales' on cover from Volume-7 on.)

Volume-9, #3(8/78);

Volume-10, #1(2/1979),



JAWS OF DEATH PII. (All Photos) (Reliance Pub.) - 1978;

JAWS OF DEATH (All Photos) (Modern Day Periodicals Pub.) - Volume-1 #1 (1982; 68 pages including covers; PHOTO'S and Articles);


JAWS OF HORROR (Stories Layouts and Press Inc. Pub; 68 pages including covers; PHOTO'S and Articles; Myron & Irving FASS publishers)-

Summer/August/1977("Super Special"; Sharks: the Man-Killers, by Art Crockett; Weight = 110 Grams; VG=$12; G=$8);

Winter/1977(Volume-3 #4; Sharks: the Deadly Killers of the Deep; Weight = 110 Grams; VG=$12);



JAWS OF HORROR SPECTACULAR - JAWS OF BLOOD (Stories Layouts and Press Inc. Pub.) - Volume-1 #1 (Fall/1978; 100 pages including covers; PHOTO'S, illustrations and Articles);


The JOURNAL OF FRANKENSTEIN (New World Ent Pub; Calvin C. Beck Editor; Early Movie Monsters Film magazine; Predessor to Castle of Frankenstein; Early Famous Monsters immitator);

Volume-1 #1 (1959; Frankenstein; Boris Karloff; Vincent Price; Zacherley; 7th Voyage of Sinbad; FN/VF, 7.0 = $75.00);

Volume-1 #1 (1959; Frankenstein; Boris Karloff; Vincent Price; Zacherley; 7th Voyage of Sinbad; VG/FN, 5.0 = $45.00);


Journey into Nightmare (Portman Distribution Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; US Marvel Horror Mag material) - #3 (1978; Man-Thing-c/s; Frankenstein; Buscema, Howard, Mayerick & Morrow art; VF $14);




MAGGOTS (Bruce Hamilton Pub., 11/91)- #1, 2;


MONSTERS ATTACK! (1989-1990; Globe Communications / Charlton; B&W Humor/Parody Spoof Comics Magazine)-

#1(9/1989; Low Print & SCARCE; Infinity, severed hand & 9 Monsters Cover; John Severin-c/a; Morrow-a; Boyette-a; Steve DITKO-a; Madman-a; SOLD OUT);

#2(10/1989; Low Print & SCARCE; Freddy Krueger cover; Morrow-a; Edgar Allen Poe-s; H.P. Lovecraft-s; Steve DITKO-a; Madman-a; The Mars Attack Art of Norman Saunders; SOLD OUT);

#3-(Jason-c ;SOLD OUT), 4(Godzilla-c; SOLD OUT), 5(Frankenstein-c; SOLD OUT);


'MONSTERS HOWLS (Humor-Vision Inc; B&W Humor/Parody Spoof Photo's & Comics Magazine)- #1(12/1966; FN/VF=$29);


MURDER TALES (World Famous Periodical Pub.; 52 pages; B&W Magazine)

Volume-1 # 10(First of only 2 issues; 11/1970; Painted-c; Muder by Machine Guns-c; John Dillinger-s; Dutch Schultz-s; 1pg Frazetta ad; SOLD OUT );

Volume-1 # 11(Second of only 2 issues; 1/1971; SCARCE; GGA Painted-c = Girl in BONDAGE, Torn Clothes & Lingerie showing tossed off Cliff-c; Oklaholma Prison Break-s; Guardineer-a);





NIGHTMARE (UK; Top Sellers) - #1;


REVOLVER: THE HORROR SPECIAL (UK; Fleetway Pub.;a 2000 AD Production) #1 (1990; John Bolton-a; Garth Ennis-s; Neil Gaiman-s)




SHOCK {Chilling Tales of Horror & Suspense} (STANLEY Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code; Pre-Code Horror-r);

Volume-1, #1(5/1969); #2(7/1969), #3(9/1969), 4(11/1969; Shrunken Head-c), 5(1/1970), 6(3/1970), 8(7/1970);

Volume- 2, 4(9/1970), #5(11/1970); 6(1/1971);

Volume-3 #1(3/1971; 3 GIRLS in BONDAGE & Green Mosters with Shrunken Heads-c; VF-, 7.5 = $22);

Volume- 3, #2(5/1971); #3 (7/71);#4(9/1971);




STARK TERROR (Stanley Pub.; 52 pages; B&W Magazine; GA/SA Reprints including Pre-Code) -

Volume-1 #1(12/1970; GIRL in Bondage, Torture & Severed Head-c; VF, 8.0 = $49); ( Another copy available = ask);

Volume-1 #1(12/1970; GIRL in Bondage, Torture & Severed Head-c; VG/FN = $20);

Volume-1 #5;(8/71);




STRANGE GALAXY (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1 #8(2/1971; FIRST issue), 9(4/1971; 2nd issue), 10(6/1971; 3rd issue);


STRANGE UNKNOWN (All Photos) (Tempest Pub.) - Volume- 1, #1 (5/1969);


TALES FROM THE CRYPT (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1 #10(#1; One-Shot; 7/1968; FIRST and ONLY issue; Likely Canceled immediately, once they realized the copyright for the Title was owned by Bill Gaines of EC comics; SCARCE; Carl BURGOS Painted-c; Included Reprints from; Haunted Thrills #8, 13, Strange Fantasy #7, Strange Journey #2, Voodoo #4,9,17; SOLD OUT);


TALES FROM THE TOMB (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume- 1, #7(9/1969; SECOND issie; SCARCE; ASK),

Volume- 2, #1(1/1970), #2(4/1970); 3 (6/1970), 4/8/1970); 5 (10/1970); #6(12/1970);

Volume- 3 #1(2/1971), 2 (4/1971), 3 (6/1971), 4 (8/1971), #6(12/1971);

Volume- 4, #1 (2/1972), #2(3/1972);4 (9/1972),

Volume- 5, #1(1/1973); #2(3/1973); 3(5/1973), 4(7/1973), 5(9/1973), 6(11/1973);

Volume- 6, #1(1/1974), 2(March/1974), #6(11/1974);


TALES of the KILLERS (World Famous Periodical Pub.; 52 pages; B&W Magazine; Pre-Code Crime Does Not pay-r)

Volume- 1 #10 (First of only 2 issues; 10/1970; Painted-c; Criminals carried Dead Man toward Furnace-c; Mad Dog Vincent Coll-s; Legs Diamond-s; Deadly Doll-s; Vicious Massacre-s; Ghoul's Gold-s; 1pg Frazetta ad; FN/VF, 7.0 = $27);

Volume- 1 #10 (First of only 2 issues; 10/1970; Painted-c; Criminals carried Dead Man toward Furnace-c; Mad Dog Vincent Coll-s; Legs Diamond-s; Deadly Doll-s; Vicious Massacre-s; Ghoul's Gold-s; 1pg Frazetta ad; Another copy = ASK);

Volume-1 # 11 (Second of only 2 issues; 2/1971; GGA Painted-c depicting; Police forcing GIRL toward Electric Chair-c/s; Alvin Karpis story; Plague of Paris-s; Chicago Fire-s; VF, 8.0 = $30);



Tales of Terror (Portman Distribution Pub; UK British B&W Magazine; US Marvel Horror Mag material) #2 (1978; Simon Garth the ZOMBIE-c/s; Alcala, Chua, Marcos, Mayerick, Simonson, Staton, Steranko art; FN/VF $12);



TALES OF VOODOO (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1, #11 (11/1968; FIRST issue in series; SCARCE; Girl in BONDAGE as Monster stabs a Bloody Stake in her chest between Big Breasts painted cover by Carl Burgos; Pre-Code Reprints from; Fantastic #10, Fantastic Fears #3,6, Haunted Thrills #4,6, Strange Fantasy #10, Voodoo #11; G/VG=$18.00);

Volume-2, #2(Third issue; 5/1969; Female Vampires, Bloody Stake thru chest-c; Scarce; FN/VF=$30);

Volume-3, #1(1/1970); 2(3/1970), 3(5/1970), 5 (9/1970), 6(11/1970);

Volume-4, #1(1/1971), 2(3/1971), 3(5/1971), 4(7/1971), 5 (9/1971), 6(11/1971);

Volume-5, #1(1/1972, 2(3/1972), 3(4/1972),#5(8/1972; FN/VF $20); 6(10/1972), 7(12/1972);

Volume-6, #1(1/1973), 2(3/1973); 3(5/1973), 4(7/1973), 5(9/1973),

Volume-7, #4(7/1974);



TEEN LOVE STORIES (WARREN Pub; Magazine; 9/1967-1/1968; Photo-c; 68 pages; B&W; Photo's Articles & Art; with All-New 37-42 pages of Comics in each)

#1 (9/1967; Blonde BIKINI GIRL PHOTO Cover; ** Follow Your Fate = 39 page Love/Romance Comics Picture Story with Girls in Swimsuits/Bikini's; ** Read Why TWIGGY (Lesley Lawson née Hornby) Loves Justin de Villeneue = 6-1/2 Page Article with 7 Photo's; *** I'll Be Yours, My Love = 39page Love/Romance Comics Story; Is This Story About Your Boyfriend = 1/2 page Anti-Smoking Comic Strip with 6 panels of Art by FRANK FRAZETTA; ** Inside Back cover has 14 PHOTO's of Boys for your Wallet including; Ringo Starr, Mickey Dolenz, James Darren, David McCallum, Peter Deuel; NM-, 9.2 = $199);

#1 (9/1967; Blonde BIKINI GIRL PHOTO Cover; ** Follow Your Fate = 39 page Love/Romance Comics Picture Story with Girls in Swimsuits/Bikini's; ** Read Why TWIGGY (Lesley Lawson née Hornby) Loves Justin de Villeneue = 6-1/2 Page Article with 7 Photo's; *** I'll Be Yours, My Love = 39page Love/Romance Comics Story; Is This Story About Your Boyfriend = 1/2 page Anti-Smoking Comic Strip with 6 panels of Art by FRANK FRAZETTA; ** Inside Back cover has 14 PHOTO's of Boys for your Wallet including; Ringo Starr, Mickey Dolenz, James Darren, David McCallum, Peter Deuel; VF, 8.0 = $59);

#2 (11/1967; PHOTO Cover; ** Just Her Luck = 37 page Love/Romance Comics Picture Story with Girl in Lingerie Panels - Nice GGA / Good Girl Art; ** What to do about POT in your High School = 3 Page Anti-Marijuana Article; ** 2/3 Page feature on Marlo Thomas of THAT GIRL with Photo; Is This Story About Your Boyfriend = 1/2 page Anti-Smoking Comic Strip with 6 panels of Art by FRANK FRAZETTA; Inside Back cover has 14 PHOTO's of Boys for your Wallet including; John Lennon, Mike Nesmith, Davey Jones, George Harrison; VF+, 8.5 = $59);

#2 (11/1967; PHOTO Cover; ** Just Her Luck = 37 page Love/Romance Comics Picture Story with Girl in Lingerie Panels - Nice GGA / Good Girl Art; ** What to do about POT  in your High School = 3 Page Anti-Marijuana Article; ** 2/3 Page feature on Marlo Thomas of THAT GIRL with Photo; Is This Story About Your Boyfriend = 1/2 page Anti-Smoking Comic Strip with 6 panels of Art by FRANK FRAZETTA; Inside Back cover has 14 PHOTO's of Boys for your Wallet including; John Lennon, Mike Nesmith, Davey Jones, George Harrison; VF, 8.0 = $39);

#3(1/1968; ** HAYLEY MILLS is Not a Kid Anymore = Photo Pinup on inside front cover, plus 4 page article with 4 additional Photo's; PHOTO Cover; *** Truth Can Hurt = 37 page Motor Racing & Love/Romance Comics Picture Story = Nice GGA / Good Girl Art; ** How to Make a Boy Do Anything You Want! ** If I Don't Drink He'll Think I'm Nowhere = 3 page Anti- ALCOHOL article with 3 illustrations; VF/NM, 9.0 = $85);

#3(1/1968; ** HAYLEY MILLS is Not a Kid Anymore = Photo Pinup on inside front cover, plus 4 page article with 4 additional Photo's; PHOTO Cover; *** Truth Can Hurt = 37 page Motor Racing & Love/Romance Comics Picture Story = Nice GGA / Good Girl Art; ** How to Make a Boy Do Anything You Want! ** If I Don't Drink He'll Think I'm Nowhere = 3 page Anti- ALCOHOL article with 3 illustrations; VF, 8.0 = $39);



TERROR TALES (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1, #10(11/1969; Fourth issue; VG=$15);

Volume-2, #1(1/1970), 2(3/1970), 3(5/1970), 4(7/1970); 5(9/1970), 6(11/1970);

Volume-3, #1(1/1971); 2(3/1971), 3(5/1971), 4(7/1971), 5(9/1971); 6(11/1971);

Volume-4, #1(1/1972), 2(3/1972); 5(8/1972), 6(10/1972), 7(12/1972);

Volume-5, #1(2/1973), 2(4/1973); 3(6/1973), 4(8/1973), 5(10/1973); 6 (12/1973);

Volume-6, #4(8/1974);

Volume-7, #1(4/1976);4(7/1977);

Volume-9, #4(10/1978);



TERRORS OF DRACULA (1979-1981; Modern Day Periodical/Eerie Pub; B&W magazine; 68 pages; V2#3up=60 pages; all had Low Print Runs; V3#1=exist?);

Volume-1 #3 (5/1979; 1st issue);

Volume-1 #4 (8/1979; 2nd issue),

Volume-1 #5(Volume-1 #5(11/1979; 3rd issue; mark as SOLD OUT); Volume-2 #1 (2/1980; 4th issue),

Volume-2 #2(5/1980; 5th issue), Volume-2 #3 (8/1980; 6th issue);

Volume-2 #4(11/1980; 7th issue?; exist?? NOT in stock);

Volume-3 #1 (5/1981; Low Print & Scarce; VF, 8.0 = $27); Volume-3 #2 (9/1981; Last issue; Scarce);



THRILLING ADVENTURES STORIES (Seaboard Periodicals Inc.) - Volume 1 (#1; February/1975); (#2; August/1975);




VOYAGES INTO THE STRANGE (Startlig Magazine Co.) - Volume 1 (#1; June/1976);


WEB OF HORROR - America's Nightmare Magazine (Major Mags Pub; All-New illustrated weird Tales; 12/1969-4/1970; B&W Magazine; 52 pages; All New material; all with Wraparound Painted covers = front cover Art is the same as the Back cover art; UNCOMMON and Getting Scarcer)

#1 (12/1969; Jeff JONES Painted cover; 7 pages BERNI WRIGHTSON-a; Mike KALUTA-a; Decapitation panels; Reese, Shores & Wayne Howard-a; Skin Eaters-s; Island of the Walking Dead / Zombies-s; Blood Thirst - Vampire-s; Decapitation Panels; Wayne Howard-a; Ralph Reese-a; Syd Shores-a;  FN = $40.00; VG = $30.00);

#2 (2/1970; Jeff JONES Painted cover; 12 pages BERNI WRIGHTSON-a; Mike KALUTA-a;  Roger Brand-a; Ralph Reese-a; Alfred Payan-a; FN+ with 1" writing on cover = $30.00; VG/FN=$26; VG+=$22.00; VG = $18.00);

#3 [4/1970; BERNI WRIGHTSON First PRO Published Cover and 8 pages of interior art; Curse of the YETI-c/s; Mike KALUTA-a, Bruce Jones, Syd Shores, Ralph Reese-a, 8 Pages early Frank BRUNNER-a; Ralph Reese-a; Syd Shores-a; Bruce Jones-s/a; Getting SCARCER, especially nicer examples;  G/VG=$18.00];



WEIRD (EERIE Pub; 1966-1981; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume-1, #10(First issue; 1/1966; Frankenstein-c/s = Carl Burgos-c/a; RARE; Pre-Code Horror reprints from Voodoo #15-17, Haunted Thrills #8,14,16 & Strange Fantasy #10; Store Credit NOT accepted on this item; First appearance of Morris the Caretaker; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1, #11(2nd issue; 4/1966; Vampire & Werewolf-c; SCARCE; Powell-c; G = $10);

Volume-1 #12 (3nd issue; 10/1966; Vampire Woman & Frankenstein-c; SCARCE; Bob Powell Painted-c; Pre-Code Horror reprints from Fantastic Fears #4,7, Voodoo #14, Haunted Thrills #5,18 & Strange Fantasy #6,8,9; SOLD OUT);

Volume-2, #1(4th issue; 12/1966; VG=$16; Another copy = ASK);

Volume-2, #2(4th issue; 4/1967; Werewolf & Skulls-c; SCARCE; VG/FN=$20);

Volume-2, #3(5th issue; 61967; Pre-Code Horror reprints from Voodoo #2,5,16, Haunted Thrills #2,13 & Strange Journey #1; SCARCE; Bob Powell Painted-c; Store Credit NOT accepted on this item; VF, 8.0 = $55.00);

Volume-2, #6(8th issue; 4/1968; VG = $15.00);

Volume-2, #8(9th issue; 7/1968; Dito's first syory from Fantastic =Fears #5-r; FA/G = $10.00);

Volume-2, #9(10th issue; 10/1968; VG/FN = $18.00);

Volume-2, #10(11th issue; 12/1968; VG = $16.00);

Volume-3, #1(7th issue; 1/1968; Burgos or Powell-c?; Pre-Code Horror reprints from Voodoo #11, Haunted Thrills #10, 12, Fantastic Fears #8,9 & Strange Fantasy #4,7; SCARCE; Bob Powell Painted-c; Store Credit NOT accepted on this item; VF-, 7.5 = $46);

Volume-3, #1(7th issue; 1/1968; Burgos or Powell-c?; Pre-Code Horror reprints from Voodoo #11, Haunted Thrills #10, 12, Fantastic Fears #8,9 & Strange Fantasy #4,7; SCARCE; Bob Powell Painted-c; VG/FN=$18; another copy = ASK);

Volume-3#3(7/1969; Dismembered Head, Dismembered Body Parts in Acid Bath-c; FN+=$24; Another copy = ASK);

Volume-3 #4(9/1969; FN+=$24);

Volume-4, #1(2/1970), 3(6/1970), 4(8/1970), 5(10/1970), 6(12/1970);

Volume-5, #1(2/1971), 2(4/1971), 3(6/1971), 4(8/1971), 5(10/1971); 6(12/1971);

Volume-6, #1(2/1972), 2(3/1972), 3(4/1972); 4(6/1972), 5(8/1972), 6(10/1972), 7(12/1972);

Volume-7, #1(2/1973), 3(4/1973),#4 (June 1973; Good+, 2.5 = $8.00) 5(8/1973), 6(10/1973), 7(12/1973);

Volume-8, #1(2/1974), 2(4/1974), 3(6/1974), 4(10/1974);

Volume-10, #1(3/1977), 2(6/1977), 3(12/1977);

Volume-11, #1(3/1978), 2(6/1978), #3(9/1978; GGA / Good Girl Art cover of Werewolf Stabs Vampire Girl in chest with Bloody Stake; Ayers-a; Pre-Code Reprints from; Strange Fantasy #5, Tales of Horror #3, Tomb of Terror #7, Web of Evil #1,16, Web of Mystery #22, Weird Terror #10, Witches Tales #9; VF/NM, 9.0 = $65.00); #4(12/1978);

Volume-12, #1(2/1979), 2(6/1979), 3(9/1979); 4(12/1979);

Volume-13, #3(9/1980),

Volume-14, #2(7/1981),


The Weird Indexes of EERIE Publications by Mike Howlett [2012; Trade Paperback: 164 pages; Lulu.com pub; ISBN-10: 1300262648; 8-1/2" x 11"; Weight = 500 Grams; Detailed Index of EERIE PUB Magazines of the 1966-1982 including; Horror Tales, Terror Tales, Tales of Voodoo, Tales from the Tomb, Witches Tales etc; Reveals who did the Cover & Interior artwork, where known; Mostly Text, only a few illos inside; Reveals Story Titles, and the Original Vintage 1950's Sources, mostly Pre-Code, that these comics are reprinted from, publishers included; Ace, ACG, Avon, Comic Media, Fawcett, Fiction House, Gillmor, Harvey, Prize, Quality, Standard, Star, St John, Story pub, Toby, Trojan; If you have an interest in where these stories came from & the Artists, this is a MUST HAVE Book; As New = $35.00];



WEIRD TALES OF THE MACABRE (Seaboard periodicals Inc.) - Volume 1 #1(January/1975); (#2; March/1975);


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WEIRD VAMPIRE TALES (1979-1982; Modern Day Periodicals Pub./ Eerie Pub; B&W magazine; 60-68 pages; all had Low Print Runs; NO Volume 1 or 2 printed)

Volume-3 #1 (4/1979; FIRST issue in series; SCARCE; SOLD OUT;;

Volume-3 #2(7/1979), SOLD OUT;;

Volume-3 #3(10/1979), SOLD OUT;;

Volume-3 #4(1/1980);

Volume-4 #1(NOT Printed);

Volume-4 #2(4/1980; 5th issue - SOLD OUT);

Volume-4 #3(7/1980; 6th issue);

Volume-5 #1(1/1981; 7th issue);

Volume-5 #2(April/1981; 8th issue - SOLD OUT);

Volume-5 #2(August/1981; 9th issue- SOLD OUT);

Volume-5 #3(3/1982; 9th issue; LAST issue; RARE- SOLD OUT);


WEIRD WORLDS - (1970-1971; Eerie Pub.; 52 pages; B&W Horror Comics Magazine; Scarce in better than strict VERY FINE condition);

Volume-1 #10 (12/1970; FIRST issue; Jonny Bruck painted cover of Man vs giant Snake; Space Vampires; Atomic Monsters; Green Horror; Corpse; Art by Ayers, Casadei, Fraga, Gallow, Munoz; Pre-Code Repints from = Mysterious Adventures #9, Strange Worlds #4 & 7, Weird Mysteries #1, Weird Terror #8 & 11);

Volume-2 #1 (2/1971; Second issue; Jonny Bruck painted cover; Hungry Brain; Burning Creature = Ayers-a; Space Spirits; Weird Robots; Horror in the Mine; Last Laugh; He Rose from the Grave; Art by; Casadei, Reynoso, Stepancich; Includes Pe-Code Reprints from; Haunted Thrills #2, Midnight #5, Planet Comics #72, Strange Worlds #9, Voodoo #2, Weird Mysteries #1),

Volume-2 #2 (4/1971; Third issue; Jonny Bruck painted cover; Demon Star = Ayers-a; Ogre from Space; Demons & Vampires; Walking Dead; Devil's Fiddle; Art by Ayers, Casadei, Jackson, Munoz, Woromay; Includes Pe-Code Reprints from; Chamber of Chills #21, Ghostly Weird #122, Voodoo #12, Web of Mystery #20, Weird Horrors #2, Weird Mysteries #3, Weird Terror #1),

Volume-2 #3 (6/1971; Fourth issue; Jonny Bruck painted cover; Evil Trip; Space Rot; Chain Reaction; TORTURE Chamber; Fiends from Crypt; Slimy Gargoyle; Old Crones Voodoo; Art by; Casadei, Fraga, Jackson, Oswal, Reynoso, Stepancich; Pre-Code Reprints from = Beware #8, Fantasic Fears #8, Planet comics #72, Strange Worlds #9, Web of Mystery #25, Weird Tales of the Future #3, Witches Tales #21);

Volume-2 #4 (8/1971; Fifth and LAST issue; Jonny Bruck painted cover; Invaders; Strange Spaceship; Horror on Radar; Witches Revenge; Innerspace; Hands of Terror; Cosmic Monster; Pit of Horror; Witchcraft; Art by; Ayers, Burgos, Casadei, Jackson, Reynoso; Pre-Code Reprints from = Chamber of Chills #21 & 24, Haunted Thrills #5 & 6, Planet Comics #72, Weird Tales of the Future #5 & 7);



WEIRD WORLDS (Scholastic Pub.) - #3(1979); #4(1980);


The Weird World of EERIE Publications: Comic Gore That Warped Millions of Young Minds by Mike Howlett, Stephen R. Bissette [2010; Hardcover: 340 pages; Feral House pub; ISBN-10: 1932595872; 8-1/2" x 11"; Weight = 1620 Grams; LOADED with COLOR and B&W illustrations, including a Cover Gallery, Paintings, interior illustrations, Photo's & profiles of Creators; Includes Related USA & Foreign Comics & Magazines; As New = $42.00];



WITCHES TALES (EERIE Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; NO Comics Code);

Volume 1 #8(September/1969; SECOND issue);

Volume-2, #1(2/1970),#2 (April, 1970; Fifth issue in series; Scarcer early issue; G/VG = $12.00) ; #3(6/1970), #4(8/1970), #5(10/1970), #6(12/1970),

Volume-3, #1(2/1971), 2(4/1971), 3(6/1971), 4(8/1971), 6(12/1971);

Volume-4, # 6(11/1972);

Volume-5, #1(1/1973), 2(3/1973), 3(5/1973), 5(9/1973), 6(11/1973);

Volume-6, #6(11/1974);

Volume-7, # 1(2/1975),

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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