• Creepshow
  • Creepshow
ISBN: 1501163221
EAN13: 9781501163227
Language: English
Release Date: May 9, 2017
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 10.88" L x 8.37" W
Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The graphic novel adaptation of the classic horror anthology film written by Stephen King, with art by Bernie Wrightson

Now back in print: the graphic novel adaptation of Stephen King's Creepshow, based on the 1982 horror anthology and cult classic film directed by George Romero (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead)--and featuring stunning illustrations by the legendary Bernie Wrightson and cover art by the acclaimed Jack Kamen A harrowing and darkly humorous tribute to the controversial and influential horror comics of the 1950s, Creepshow presents five sinister stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling author--Father's Day, The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill, Something to Tide You Over, The Crate, and They're Creeping Up on You.unforgettable tales of terror to haunt your days and nights

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   "A Great Horror Graphic Novel!!!"
Before I bought this comic book by Creepshow, I had doubts about how it looked. I thought it would be different stories, but when I received it, it was. It was the movie in a comic book. Brilliant idea! The rest of them are also good. Reading this graphic novel is like watching the movie, but you are reading it. Recommend ''.
   Great release, glad it's back in print!
If you love the film, you will love this comics - book adaptation. It follows all the details of each story and has the film faithfully. The only issue, I have, is that these are totally new drawings. Don 't expect to see the same images in the comic that you see in the film. Would have loved if it had been faithful to the comic - pictures, including small bits like the ads and fan letters to The Creep. But I think this release was exclusively meant to be a story book and not related to the film itself ''. Either way, it is a great release. I'm happy that it is back in print form!
   Fun and nostalgic, yet could be better quality
It was fun and nostalgic, but could be of better quality. One star off for metastatic binding and weak pages. This would be better if it were glossy. But overall, it is cool to have. I would like to see this also done for Creepshow 2.
   Should have read the one and two star reviews.
Bad choice for collectors of any kind.
   Creepshow comic
I love this book so much! Giant fan of creepshow came quickly after ordering in perfect condition.
   Love it!
I am a huge fan of the pulp - horror - magazines, inspired by them. The movie plus both the sequel and it'; s sequel. It is currently seated in a display case with other horror memorabilia. It would also make a great gift for a young Stephen King fan.
   Great comic book adaption of the Stephen King original movie ...
Stephen King's first comic adaptation of the great original film The Great Creepshow. The movie was directed by George Romero and in my opinion was the breakout movie that made Stephen King popular with the masses and exhibited. It is a faithful adaptation and the comic version is very reminiscent of the EC comics in the fifties. In my opinion, a good adaptation of a really good film is needed. For adults and teens it is great. Might be a bit graphic for young children, as the comic and movie are a bit graphic and the movie has an R rating.
   I immediately pre-ordered my copy and scrambled to the door like a child on Christmas when it arrived
In May I think I must have told everyone that I was beyond the moon to discover this classic anthology of re-released horror stories. I immediately pre-ordered my copy and squirted like a child to the door when it arrived on Christmas. The final result was a blissful Saturday evening in BVT style. Creepshow, a lover of all things King and horror, delivers fully. This small graphic depiction of the original screenplay packs a nice punch of campy nostalgia in a truly unique way that it should not be mistaken for your run-of-the-mill GN. While the 5 original stories are slightly conflated, hosted by a ghoulish narrator, there is no shortage of fun to be found. Within this, fans of the film and horror will find enough value to make it a must have.