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  1. The Martian Monster And Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    Political opportunists attempt to stop robots from achieving world peace in the latest collection of short comics stories from one of the more subversive EC artists. Stories in this volume include "The Martian Monster," in which a 9-year-old boy befriends a Martian in the woods and asks him to kill his stepmother ― but the "Martian" convinces him that it’s really his father who he should target. There’s sharp social commentary in "…And Then There Were Two!" (highly intelligent robots unveil a plan for world peace, but political opportunists launch an anti-robot campaign to discredit them) and "Prediction of Disaster!" (an astronomer concludes that our sun is about to go nova and tries to warn the world). Black & white illustrations throughout.

    • ASIN: 1683961684
  2. Daddy Lost His Head And Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    Famed for his deft delineations of beautiful, scheming women, handsome jealous husbands, and not-so-innocent children, Kamen returns with a collection of classic EC horror tales from The Vault of Horror, Tales From the Crypt, and The Haunt of Fear. In the title tale, a cruel stepfather sends his stepdaughter to bed without her supper, but the old crone next door gives the hungry girl a candy figure made in the likeness of her father … In “What the Dog Dragged In” ― one of the EC’s earliest adaptations of a Ray Bradbury story ― a wheelchair-bound blind woman asks her faithful dog to go find her fiancé, unaware that he had been killed in an auto accident… In “Loved to Death,” a rejected suitor spends one dollar to buy a potion that makes a woman fall in love with him, but when it works too well he discovers the price of the antidote is more than he can afford … Plus over 20 more tales of madness and horror as only EC can do them

    • ASIN: 1683960505
  3. Forty Whacks And Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    Jack Kamen's precise, clean style was perfect subversion for EC Comics tales of seemingly normal men and women who cooly act on the rage, jealousy, and greed just below their glamorous façades. Kamen’s crime capers include “Forty Whacks” (Whatever became of that ax Lizzie Borden used?), “Contract for Death” (A suicidal man agrees to accept $5,000 for his fresh corpse, then changes his mind. But the contract fails to specify that the body has to be his…), “The Neat Job!” (Her “neat freak” husband drove her crazy, so when she chopped him up into little pieces…), “Just Desserts!” (A madman bent on revenge hosts a dinner for his victims … and the final course is a killer!) — plus 20 more gripping tales of tension as only EC could do them! Like every book in the Fantagraphics EC Artists’ Library, Forty Whacks And Other Stories also features essays and notes by EC experts on these superbly crafted, classic masterpieces.

    • ASIN: 1606998625
    • Part No: illustrations
  4. Voodoo Vengeance And Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    EC artist Johnny Craig's graphic style is eerily crisp and contemporary. This collection of 25 Craig favorites includes such shockers as “Horror House!,” “Werewolf Concerto,” “Terror on the Moors,” and the title story, “Voodoo Vengeance” ― along with seven Craig crime classics, including Craig’s own personal favorite, “The Sewer!”

    • ASIN: 1606999656
  5. Atom Bomb and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    Wood and Kurtzman’s EC Comics war stories! When artist Wallace Wood teamed up with writer/editor Harvey Kurtzman to create stories, the result was some of the best war stories ever put to paper. Together, Wood and Kurtzman delivered outstanding, deeply human battle tales from the Civil War to World War I to World War II to Korea. Atom Bomb And Other Stories collects all the combat tales Wood and Kurtzman did together for EC’s Two-Fisted Tales and Frontline Combat, plus other war stories Wood did for EC writer/editor Al Feldstein. Wood and Kurtzman pulled no punches in depicting the utter folly, madness, and horror of war ― especially in the title story, which depicts the bombing of Nagasaki from the viewpoint of the victims on the ground ― a shockingly controversial point of view in 1953! Black & white illustrations throughout.

    • ASIN: 1683962451
  6. Bomb Run and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

    One of the most fruitful collaborations in the history of comics resulted in 34 taut, gritty war stories - spanning the centuries, emotionally draining and dramatically eloquent - collected here.

    • ASIN: B013XS040Q
  7. The Million Year Picnic and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library Book 18)

    This collection includes all 15 of Elder’s humorous Panic stories (The Night Before Christmas” got the first issue banned in the entire state of Massachusetts); all seven of his science fiction tales from the pages of Weird Science and Weird Fantasy (including two Ray Bradbury adaptations, "The King of the Grey Spaces!” and “The Million-Year Picnic"); and a special horror story that hasn’t been seen since its original publication more than 60 years ago.

    • ASIN: B01IQD97AQ
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