The X-Change; Pelted; The Curse; Maquiladora; Loathsome Lore; A Creepy Classic: The Disintegrator; wiki last edited by DonFelipe on 04/12/14 12:54AM View full history

Uncle Creepy is back with the third thick and icky issue of Creepy! This issue Doug Moench and Angelo Torres team up to tell a tale of demonic devotion and organized crime, Joe Harris and Jason Shawn Alexander wrap their warped three-parter, "The Curse," and a weird revisionist look back at the fall of the Nazi empire reveals a shocking truth-evil never dies! Plus an all-new Loathsome Lore, a bonus Creepy classic story, and more!

Story Titles

  • X-Change - Part One

In which unspeakable evil takes unrecognizable form.

  • Pelted

Remember, don't let work get under your skin.

  • The Curse - Part Three

Our third and final chapter starring Mommy's Little Monster.

  • Maquiladora

A real skinflint discovers the true cost of labor outsourcing.

  • Loathsome Lore

Lycanthropy, you were it well

  • A Creepy Classic - "The Disintegrator"

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Pull The Bedsheets Over Your Head, It's A Horror Comic! 0

Horror and comics. The two don't always work well together. I love the horror genre and (obviously) love comics. Can the big names working on this book make the two work?  The Good 48 pages and six stories. Normally I'm not a fan of anthologies (take the recent X-Men: Nation X mini-series), but I like the idea here. And can I start by pointing out how creepy that cover is? That's bound to give you nightmares. Maybe it's because I haven't been reading too many horror comics these days, but I real...

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