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EEEK! #5 (of 10) - cover

EEEK! #5 (of 10)

Jason Paulos

Publisher: Asylum Press

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This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies!  Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. We begin with "The Snitch"--Brick Maloney has one shot at redemption for a life of violent crime ... but prison gang The White Pilgrims aren’t going to let him get away that easy! IN "Death Wears Hotpants" A waitress and her junkie brother find themselves in a sticky situation at a deadly disco!  And finally, in "Death Can Be Fatal" The Undertaker and Kryptoe take on the denizens of the crypt.

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