Creepy

Creepy
Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Langue Anglais
Périodicité bimensuel
Genre horreur, SF
Diffusion 145 numéros ex. (1964 - 1983)
Date de fondation 1964
Éditeur Philadelphia
1965 New York City

Propriétaire Warren Publishing
Directeur de la rédaction Russ Jones, James Warren

Creepy est un magazine américain comic horreur et Pulp, édité par Warren Publishing de 1964 à 1983. Creepy eu l'autorisation de la censure de Comics Code Authority. C'est un magazine en noir et blanc, occasionnellement des pages en couleurs sont insérées. Les couvertures sont souvent réalisées par de grands illustrateurs comme Frank Frazetta, Richard Corben, Manuel Sanjulian, Ken Kelly, Vicente Segrelles...

Sommaire

Histoire

Listes des personnages apparu

Titres des histoires

  • Angel of Doom
  • Dark Denizens of the Other World
  • Valley Of the Vampires
  • Madness In The Method

Collaborateurs

Russ Jones, Bill Pearson, Joe Orlando, Archie Goodwin, Reed Crandall, Larry Ivie, Frank Frazetta, Jack Davis, Al Williamson, Roy G. Krenkel, Carmine Infantino, Alex Niño, Alfredo Alcala, Bruce Jones, Esteban Maroto, Luis García Mozos, Jaime Brocal Remohi, Rafael Aura León, Jose Bea, Isidro Mones, José Ortiz, Angelo Torres, Bob Lubbers, Steve Skeates, Gray Morrow, John Severin, Alex Toth, George Evans, Johnny Craig, Steve Ditko, Bernie Wrightson, Wally Wood, Dan Adkins, Frank Brunner, Rocke Mastroserio, Gene Colan, Ron Parker, Manny Stallman, Fernando Fernandez, Neal Adams, Norman Nodel, Tom Sutton, Rhea Dunne, Maurice Whitman, Clark Dimond, Terry Bisson, Vic Prezio, Ron White, Roger Brand, Albert Nuetzell, George Tuska, Hector Castellon, Bill Parente, Tony Tallarico, James Hagenmiller, Gutenberg Montiero, Richard Conway, Ernie Colon, Basil Gogos, Sam Lambrozo, David Joblin, Jose Velez, Jeff Jones, Will Brown, Bill Hughes, Carlos Prunes, Larry Todd, Roger Brand, Bill Black, Pat Boyette, Ken Barr, Kenneth Smith, Syd Shores, Bill Stillwell, Nick Cuti, Mike Royer, Clif Jackson, Dave Cockrum, Pablo Marcos, Charles Richard Grose, Phil Seuling, Richard Bassford, Richard Corben, Manuel Sanjulian, Ken Kelly, Vicente Segrelles, Frank Bolle, Enrich Torres, Felix Mas, Doug Moench, Kevin Pagan, Jose Bea, Rafael Auraleon, Adolfo Abellan, Gonzalo Mayo, Stephen Hickman, Leopoldo Duranona, Bob Larkin, Attilla Hejje, Kim McQuaite, Rudy Nebres, Don Maitz, Jose Mirelles, Tony Roberts, Richard Courtney, Peter Hsu, Jun Lofamia, Richard Courtney, Jose Nebot, Jeff Easley, John Ellis Sech, Noly Panligan, Terrance Lindall, Romeo Tanghal, Anton Caravana, Bill Draut, Lee Katz, Jim Laurier, Rueben Yandoc, Kirk Reinert, Pepe Moreno Casares, Duane Allen, Pierce Askegren, Gerry Boudreau, Romas Kukalis, Kim McQuaite, Patrick Woodroffe

Bibliographie

(en)

  • Creepy #1-145 (1964 - 1983)
  • Creepy #146 (1985)

Voir aussi

Notes & Sources

Liens externes



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