Tales from the Crypt
Saddle Justice was an EC Comics entry into the field of Western-themed comic books…
EC Comics tribute:
It Didn’t Rot Our Brains
These drawings were done for the Mondo Gallery show It Didn’t Rot Our Brains, a tribute to EC Comics and Tales From the Crypt.
They are available for purchase here: http://www.mondotees.com/GALLERY_c_20.html
"EC Comics’ output of crime, horror, and war comics have been reprinted and collected multiple times, but never like in Fantagraphics’ new ‘EC Comics Library,’ which repackages some of the most influential comics ever published in writer/artist-driven volumes, printed in black and white.” – The A.V. Club
"The EC Comics Library collections display the grace of cartooning." – The Chicago Tribune
"Fantagraphics has been inventing unique ways to publish [this] treasure trove of ’40s and ’50s crime, horror and war comics." – The Toronto Star
832-page four-volume hardcover 7.5” x 10.5” x 4” slipcased box set • $94.99
Due to arrive in about 5-7 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:
Original cover art by Al Feldstein from Weird Fantasy #6, published by EC Comics, March 1951.
Self portrait by Johnny Craig, drawing the infamous cover to Crime SuspenStories #22, done as a commission piece in the ’80s.
Scott Hampton, Silverheels #1, 1983.
Tales of the Unexpected #72, 1962. Cover by Bob Brown.
Splash page for “Spawn of Venus” by Wally Wood. Intended for EC 3-D #3, 1954.
Weird Fantasy, Vol. 2, no. 21, September-October 1953; cover art by Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta.