Greetings ghosts and ghoulies and welcome to The Theatre of Terror the home of horror comic news, reviews, classic comic scans and creepy art from around the world. Just remember, it's not for the nervous!
A bit of horrible history for you now horror fans. In 1966 Warren Publishing released the 1st issue of Eerie a new comic that would go on to become a major player in the horror comic stakes. Hosted by one of my own relatives, Cousin Eerie (who’s doing fine, thanks for asking), Eerie had a long and successful reign. Published on a bi-monthly basis the comic ran for many years with the final issue (#139) published in February 1983.
We have collected the Top 20 Eerie Comic Covers for your own devilish delights.
Enrique Gomez de Molina’s work is the stuff of nightmares (lovely). Like a genetic scientist on smack, he splices dead animals together to produce unique and distrubring hybrid creatures.
Encouraged by his taxidermist father from an early age, Enrique has created some very special works of art. Things of beauty or mishapen freaks? We’re not too sure but they certainly look like they’re from a bizarre alternative reality. Great stuff
De Molina’s goal is…
to bring awareness to the danger faced by a multitude of species: nuclear and chemical waste, overdevelopment, and destruction of rainforests
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