Friday, March 16, 2012

Forgotten Flesh / House of Bats

Keepin' things Creepy around here for a few more posts, and this one from the August 1974 issue of Creepy #64 concerning "the dregs of the dead rising up to claim the wealth and affluence they could never have in life! Up from the Earth they push; anyone in the way-- dies!" and featuring the usual super moody atmosphere from Vincente Alcazar.























PLUS!! Don't miss Drazen Kozjan's amazin' 15 part epic Halloween horror feast HOUSE OF BATS over at The Happy Undertaker blog-- click HERE!!
  

7 comments:

Gumba G Gadwa said...

Moench and Jones (and Goodwin before them) were always the anchor of the Warren writing teams.

Moench's early Creepy work was always a little too EC-ish, but once he started putting in a number of then relevant social issues, his writing really grew.

This is a great piece of work, in both story and art.

Liz D-M said...

WOW - excellent post!

den said...

Powell,Zombies,Jack Davis EC stories artist's edition..how better 2012 can be?

Mr. Cavin said...

That's my favorite Bodé / Todd cover collaboration, I think. I probably bought this issue when I was ten years old.

Helvetica said...

Ah, the seventies. How quaint. Guess the zombies were 99%'ers?

Phil Vas said...

"A ghetto of graves...."
Love it.
Beautiful dangling eyeballs by Alcazar!

Karswell said...

Haha, great comments... thanks to everybody stopping by for our Creepy Fest 2012, a few more tales on the way!