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We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated horror comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 6 edition of "Eerie" -- originally published in 1952! This 1952 classic exemplifies why these comics live forever. This vintage, terror masterpiece is not only built on a founda We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated horror comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 6 edition of "Eerie" -- originally published in 1952! This 1952 classic exemplifies why these comics live forever. This vintage, terror masterpiece is not only built on a foundation of good stories, good plots, great characters and the horrific consequences they bring upon themselves, it is also a beautiful work of retro art. It reaches for your guts -- and is nothing like the slick, pretty stuff of today's comics! Each of its 36 pages has been scanned from an original and has been formatted for Kindle. Here are the stories in this magnificently illustrated retro masterpiece: * The Flower of Death! * The Devil Keeps a Date * Monster of the Sea * Great Gog's Grave * The Strange Indian Curse IMPORTANT: We have worked diligently to find a way to present this fine work on an e-reader like Kindle's Fire. If you do not mind black and white, then you can also read it on a larger screen Kindle. But to truly enjoy the richness of color, we highly recommend the Fire as the perfect platform for this classic horror comic. We intend to publish many of these classics, so you can count on seeing more new/old titles over the coming months. Chet Dembeck Publisher of One


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We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated horror comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 6 edition of "Eerie" -- originally published in 1952! This 1952 classic exemplifies why these comics live forever. This vintage, terror masterpiece is not only built on a founda We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated horror comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 6 edition of "Eerie" -- originally published in 1952! This 1952 classic exemplifies why these comics live forever. This vintage, terror masterpiece is not only built on a foundation of good stories, good plots, great characters and the horrific consequences they bring upon themselves, it is also a beautiful work of retro art. It reaches for your guts -- and is nothing like the slick, pretty stuff of today's comics! Each of its 36 pages has been scanned from an original and has been formatted for Kindle. Here are the stories in this magnificently illustrated retro masterpiece: * The Flower of Death! * The Devil Keeps a Date * Monster of the Sea * Great Gog's Grave * The Strange Indian Curse IMPORTANT: We have worked diligently to find a way to present this fine work on an e-reader like Kindle's Fire. If you do not mind black and white, then you can also read it on a larger screen Kindle. But to truly enjoy the richness of color, we highly recommend the Fire as the perfect platform for this classic horror comic. We intend to publish many of these classics, so you can count on seeing more new/old titles over the coming months. Chet Dembeck Publisher of One

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