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Open the vault and relive the experience! For forty-seven years the Crypt Keeper and Tales from the Crypt have captured the imaginations and scared the wits out of people with their ghostly stories and grisly visions. Here, finally, is the book that looks back fondly on all glorious gore, the ultimate coffin table book that includes: -the official biography of the Crypt Keep Open the vault and relive the experience! For forty-seven years the Crypt Keeper and Tales from the Crypt have captured the imaginations and scared the wits out of people with their ghostly stories and grisly visions. Here, finally, is the book that looks back fondly on all glorious gore, the ultimate coffin table book that includes: -the official biography of the Crypt Keeper and the history of EC Horror Comics -a previously unpublished picto-fiction horror story drawn by Jack Davis -all 105 Ec Horror Comic covers reproduced in "living" color -a pictorial "filmography" of the award-winning HBO and Fox Television series featuring credits, synopses, and at least one "terrorific" picture from every episode -four original (and complete) stories by Jack Davis, Al Feldstein, Graham Ingels, and Jack Kamen reprinted from the actual art and reproduced in color in their original size -brief biographies and portfolios of the key EC artists -collectible section highlighting the coolest and most valuable Crypt merchandise And much more, of corpse, of corpse!


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Open the vault and relive the experience! For forty-seven years the Crypt Keeper and Tales from the Crypt have captured the imaginations and scared the wits out of people with their ghostly stories and grisly visions. Here, finally, is the book that looks back fondly on all glorious gore, the ultimate coffin table book that includes: -the official biography of the Crypt Keep Open the vault and relive the experience! For forty-seven years the Crypt Keeper and Tales from the Crypt have captured the imaginations and scared the wits out of people with their ghostly stories and grisly visions. Here, finally, is the book that looks back fondly on all glorious gore, the ultimate coffin table book that includes: -the official biography of the Crypt Keeper and the history of EC Horror Comics -a previously unpublished picto-fiction horror story drawn by Jack Davis -all 105 Ec Horror Comic covers reproduced in "living" color -a pictorial "filmography" of the award-winning HBO and Fox Television series featuring credits, synopses, and at least one "terrorific" picture from every episode -four original (and complete) stories by Jack Davis, Al Feldstein, Graham Ingels, and Jack Kamen reprinted from the actual art and reproduced in color in their original size -brief biographies and portfolios of the key EC artists -collectible section highlighting the coolest and most valuable Crypt merchandise And much more, of corpse, of corpse!

30 review for Tales From The Crypt: The Official Archives Including the Complete History of DC Comics and the Hit Television Series

  1. 5 out of 5

    Frank

    Brilliant. a great tribute to Bill Gaine and the Artists of EC's glory years. Brilliant. a great tribute to Bill Gaine and the Artists of EC's glory years.

  2. 5 out of 5

    R.

    It brings cemeteries to my eyes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    fantastic book

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fishface

    I cannot say anything bad about this book. It's a blast. I cannot say anything bad about this book. It's a blast.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Scopel

    Horror comics are great...especially the old EC's. Horror comics are great...especially the old EC's.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I'm sad this book was withdrawn, weeded, whatever, from the library I work at. It's a piece of cultural history. I'm sad this book was withdrawn, weeded, whatever, from the library I work at. It's a piece of cultural history.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marc Swanson

    How do we read these books?

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