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Eerie Magazine Cover Art

Download free issues here: Eerie was a magazine of horror comics introduced in 1966 by Warren Publishing. Like Mad, it was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine format and thus did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority. Each issue’s stories were introduced by the host character, Cousin Eerie. Its sister publications were Creepy and Vampirella. The first issue, in early 1966, had only a small limited 200-issue run of an “ashcan” edition. With a logo by Ben Oda, it was created overnight by editor Archie Goodwin and letterer Gaspar Saladino to establish publisher Jim Warren’s ownership of the title when it was discovered that a rival publisher would be using the name. Warren explained, “We launched Eerie because we thought Creepy ought to have an adversary. The Laurel and Hardy syndrome always appealed to me. Creepy and Eerie are like Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre.” Official distribution began with the second issue (March, 1966), priced at 35 cents. Behind the Frank Frazetta cover were graphic horror tales edited by Goodwin and hosted by the lumpish Cousin Eerie, a curious character created by Jack Davis. With scripts by Goodwin, E. Nelson Bridwell and Larry Ivie, the second issue featured art by Gene Colan, Johnny Craig, Reed Crandall, Bill Draut, Jerry Grandenetti, John Severin, Angelo Torres and Alex Toth. Other artists during this era included Wally Wood, Gray Morrow, Al Williamson, Neal Adams

  • pretorious700 posted: 26 Oct at 5:17 pm

    Everybody wanted to be Frazetta, but there was only one.

  • timewarp76 posted: 26 Oct at 5:22 pm


  • StingrayGhost posted: 26 Oct at 5:40 pm

    Outstanding!! Got the Creepy and Eerie pieces. Made my Saturday Night. Own some mint issues of these. Superb art. Thanks again.

  • vocalcat66 posted: 26 Oct at 6:35 pm


  • johnnecron posted: 26 Oct at 7:32 pm

    me too brother.

  • VAMPIREBIRDIE posted: 26 Oct at 8:31 pm

    Good stuff!

  • TheVeryEvilEye posted: 26 Oct at 9:28 pm

    I picked up a few dozen myself back in the 1970s, but did you know that you can download these old comic magazines as .cbr files? I only became aware of this fact a few weeks back and am reliving some childhood memories.

  • CreepysFan posted: 26 Oct at 9:51 pm

    The Warren magazines were a big part of my childhood. CREEPY especially so. Favorited this as well. 5 STARS.

  • johnnecron posted: 26 Oct at 10:39 pm

    Creepy Eerie and good old Vampirella.
    those were the best days of my childhood

  • airbrat posted: 26 Oct at 11:13 pm

    wow great stuff! I almost forgot about this publication. Now I get my fill from Heavy Metal.

    Btw, great song! m/

  • TheVeryEvilEye posted: 26 Oct at 11:17 pm

    You’re off to a great start!

  • MJCstudios posted: 27 Oct at 12:00 am

    im only 12 but i colect these magazines i only have issue 12 of eerie and like 7 creepy mag and over 40 famous monsters mags!

  • TheVeryEvilEye posted: 27 Oct at 12:05 am

    This is Lillian Axe’s “Misery Loves Company.” Pretty cool tune, I think.

  • Laughodon posted: 27 Oct at 12:35 am

    Awesome, but what song is this.

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