Dark Horse recently revealed their July solicitations, and on that list of threats was Eerie Quarterly #1. Following the success of their other anthology titles like “Creepy Comics” and “Dark Horse Presents”, the publisher is adding another book of horror tales to their line up. As with “Creepy”, the series will feature several short stories from various writers and artists, dealing with sci-fi horror, and dark fantasy. “Eerie” will see both brand new stories and reprints of classics in the genre. Dark Horse has nailed every anthology they’ve released in the past year and here’s to hoping “Eerie” fits right in with the rest to deliver some terrifying cosmic terror. Check out the eldritch cover art below, I smell Lovecraft!
Uncle Creepy’s been having all the fun in Dark Horse’s revival of classic Warren magazines, so now it’s Cousin Eerie’s turn! The terrifying treasury of sinister sci-fi and fearsome fantasy returns with two all-new stories to thrill and chill, plus a classic reprint! First up is a dose of robotic paranoia from red-hot writer/artist David Lapham, followed by way-too-close encounters from Creepy veteran Christopher Taylor! Your trip to the comics store is about to get a lot more horrifying!
• All-new frights!
• Featuring star writer/artist David Lapham (The Strain, Stray Bullets)!
• Presented in glorious, ghoulish black-and-white!
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