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EEEK! e-book

Author:

Jason Paulos

Language:

English

Category:

Comics

Subcategory:

Graphic Novels

ePub size:

1324 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Asylum Press; First Edition edition (September 15, 2010)

Pages:

152

ISBN:

1617240109

EEEK! e-book

by Jason Paulos


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics.

Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Deadline of Death' we witness rival comic artists dabbling with malevolent forces that arrive in the form of a chain smoking goatee wearing Satan. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zo This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK blends a heady broth that hits you like. a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters.

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He's the creator of Hairbutt The Hippo and The Harlequin and his new horror book entitled 'EEEK!' is on sale now via Comixology. He's spent the last 5 years with ww. rawingbook. au as a freelance storyboard artist and lives and works in Blackheath NSW with his partner, 2 boys and 3 chickens. blog: WW. ASONPAULOSART.

Australian comic artist, creator of EEEK! and Hairbutt The Hippo. Blackheath, Australia. Australian comic artist, creator of EEEK! and Hairbutt The Hippo. Look forward to Supanova this Saturday, here's a peek at my contribution to the Programme book, story by ssequeira1 Publ pi. witter.

Australian writer/artist.

Eeek! Issue 7. March, 2013. Eeek! Issue 7.

Jason Paulos exploded onto the Australian comics scene in 1989 with the first self published issue of 'Hairbutt The Hippo', the story of a. .He's now busy writing, drawing and publishing the second series of 'EEEK!' books.

Jason Paulos exploded onto the Australian comics scene in 1989 with the first self published issue of 'Hairbutt The Hippo', the story of a hard boiled anthro.

Cover Artist: Jason Paulos. Jason Paulos was nominated for an Aurealis Award for Best Illustrated Book or Graphic Novel in 2010 for Eeek!

Cover Artist: Jason Paulos. The Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes. Jason Paulos was nominated for an Aurealis Award for Best Illustrated Book or Graphic Novel in 2010 for Eeek! Weird Tales of Suspense

This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Deadline of Death' we witness rival comic artists dabbling with malevolent forces that arrive in the form of a chain smoking goatee wearing Satan. In Lights! Camera! Murder!, A lovesick starlet and a ruthless film director embark on a doomed love affair that ends in pieces! In "Easy Prey" A helpless girl, lost in the wilderness ... but is she all that she seems? In "Head Trip" a hippie's love for music goes horribly wrong. Other titles include "Confessions of a Thrill Killer", "Like Son, Like Father" , "In Too Deep" and many more. Includes full color section and sketches."Whether you've been a lifelong fan of anthology horror comics or have yet to discover the morbidly magical pleasures found within them, EEEK! cannot be recommended enough. --I can confidently prescribe this book.However, I must warn you, side effects may include:the willies, the creepies, the spookiesand the heebie-jeebies!”--FANGORIA"An intriguing mix of stories inspired by E.C. and DC's terror tales of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.”--Brent FrankenhoffComics Buyer's Guide"EEEK! shows us there is still an art form toanthology horror with some of the best horrortales this side of the new millennium!”--Erik HendrixZedura Magazine"In the grand tradition of Eerie and Creepy, EEEK! is an anthology that's guaranteed to satisfy your craving for classic horror comics. From its time-honored parable story structure to its homage inflected artwork, this collection feels as though it could have been a lost treasure from the 1970's Warren magazines.”--Tim Lenaghan DIAMOND COMICS"Short tales of terror that willsend chills down your spine!”--Rob CaprilozziComicMonsters.com
Uafrmaine
A decent read and good B+W illustrations punctuate this collection of EC/Warren inspired terror tales, but when I was finished, I still wanted more. 'Don't really know if it's my gluttony or the shortcomings of the finished product, but something was lacking somewhere.

Most of these tales had roots in Eerie and Creepy magazines and appeared little more than rewrites; others had mediocre endings or finales you saw coming as an aficianado of supernatural sagas. I believe the quality of the artwork surpassed the storytelling. And yet the tales, some of which were marginal, weren't bad either. It's just not any kind of improvement over Uncle Creepy or Cousin Eerie's roster of formidable talent back in the early to mid 70's, IMO. Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy the indulged time, but would I prefer it to the classics? Not on your life, or death for that matter. But the purchase was far from a 'grave' mistake...
Goldfury
My handicapped son LOVES Scary comic books and actually does his own Drawings...He LOVED this Book...I Loved this Book.....His Art teacher borrowed it and Loves this book...Thanks for making this available to people who Love the EEEK side of comic books!!
Dream
I met Publisher Frank Forte at the recent WonderCon in Anaheim, California.

Frank gave me a few of his most recent publications to read for possible review purposes. I'm choosing this one to start out with, as it was the one that 'grabbed' me the most. Why? Here's what the publisher had as a promo blurb about the graphic novel:

"This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's!"

Okay... So what did I think of this graphic novel?

The front cover to this anthology graphic novel showed just a bit of what lies inside! A really good visual as to what should be found inside!

As mentioned above, there are fiveteen different stories in this 'graphic novel'. There is also a nice foreword by Bruce Jones, and then an introduction by Stephen 'Karswell' Banes. Then there is the 'table of contents' or 'innards' as it is called.

I found the stories to be of different style of illustrating. I'm not for certain of the time period that all these stories were written / drawn, but I found myself fascinated by them. The dates I found were from 2004 - 2010.

Although the stories were anthologies, the mixture of them in this 'graphic novel' format was delicious. The artwork did remind me of the 'Creepy' and 'Eerie' days, which is probably why this graphic novel hit me the way it did.

The fact that these stories were basically told by one creator, Jason Paulos, evened out what is usually found in anthology publications, an 'unevenness'. I found this book to be a good read, and am recommending it to those that like this type of genre.

My comic book grade for this book is a NEAR MINT (NM) 9.4 out of a possible 10.0 comic book grading scale.

Michael D Hamersky
ComicBookCollectorsBlog.com

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