Psycho #21-24 & Annual & Yearbook (1974-1975)  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 31, 2010
Psycho  #21-24 & Annual & Yearbook (1974-1975)

Psycho #21-24 & Annual & Yearbook (1974-1975)
CBR/RAR | English | 6 issues | 208 MB Total

"Psycho", a horror comic magazine from Skywald Publications.
Skywald Publications is a 1970s publisher of black-and-white comics magazines , primarily the horror anthologies Nightmare , Psycho and Scream.

Trashfiend Vol. 1 #1-2  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 13, 2010
Trashfiend Vol. 1 #1-2

Trashfiend Vol. 1 #1-2
2 CBR's in RAR | Stigmata Press | Published Apr/May/Jun - Jul/Aug/Sep 2002 | 68.77 MB Total

Trashfiend, the magazine devoted to "Horror & Exploitation Fare from the 1960s & 1970s," was built upon the still- steaming remains of GICK!, which folded the previous year. Unlike its predecessor, Trashfiend's focus was on low- rent horror fare and monster memorabilia from the two decades with which creator Scott Aaron Stine was (and still is) obsessed. Far superior to GICK!, Trashfiend upped the ante by improving upon the previous magazine's format in both depth and scope, as well as its standards of quality. Despite the greater attention to obsessive details and watershed professionalism, Trashfiend retained the trademarked humor and love for bad media for which Stigmata Press had become associated. Although the magazine has been officially on hiatus after only three issues, creator Scott Stine has not abandoned Stigmata's flagship book; the first Trashfiend book was scheduled to be released in early 2008 by David Kereke's highly respected Critical Vision imprint, the publisher of the critically acclaimed publication devoted to underground culture, Headpress. This and other proposed books in this new series will pick up where its quarterly counterpart left off, whilst offering a much greater breadth of information that had been denied space in the forty-eight page magazine that preceded it. --

Black Women in Sequence: Re-inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Jan. 29, 2017
Black Women in Sequence: Re-inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime

Deborah Elizabeth Whaley, "Black Women in Sequence: Re-inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime"
English | ISBN: 0295994959, 0295994967 | 2015 | 257 pages | PDF | 12 MB

The Best Of From The Tomb (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 18, 2012
The Best Of From The Tomb (2012)

The Best Of From The Tomb (2012)
English | CBR | 141 pages | 167.11 MB

Since 2000, From The Tomb has terrified readers worldwide, as the preeminent magazine on the history of horror comics, with stellar writing and intensely frightening illustrations from the best talent in the industry. Produced in the UK, issues have been scarce and highly collectible in the US, and here's your chance to see what you've been missing! Now, TwoMorrows Publishing brings you this "Best Of" collection, compiling the finest features from From the Tomb's ten years of terror, along with new material originally scheduled to see publication in the never-published #29. It celebrates the 20th Century's finest horror comics and those they tried to ban with a selection of revised and updated articles on Matt Fox, Alvin Hollingsworth, Basil Wolverton, Johnny Craig, Richard Corben, Lou Cameron, Rudy Palais, plus classic publishers including ACG, Atlas, EC, Fiction House, Harvey Comics, Skywald, Warren, House of Hammer, A-Bomb Comics, Cannibals, and others! It also includes a full-color section, and an invaluable set of collectors' indices, to help you track down long-buried gems in the horror genre. Don't go out after dark without it!

Comix International #1-5 (Of 5) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 24, 2009
Comix International #1-5 (Of 5) Complete

Comix International #1-5 (Of 5) Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 1 CBR 5 CBZ | Warren Publishing | July 1974 - Mar 1977 | 409.5 MB Total

was a short-lived magazine comprised entirely of reprinted material (in color) from other Warren publications. Warren Publishing was an American magazine company founded by James Warren, who published his first magazines in 1957. Magazines published by Warren primarily cover the science-fiction and fantasy-horror genres and include , and . Comix International was launched in 1974 and was published annually, with two releases (issues #3 & #4) in 1976, but stopped publication in 1977 after only five issues. These series also serves as a showcase of artist Richard Corben's prodigious talent and skill as he did most of the artwork. Of course we all know him for his illustrated fantasy stories in . For the comics collector.