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Collects both mini's from Richard Corben: Haunt of Horror: Edgar Allan Poe and Haunt of Horror: H.P. Lovecraft.

Contains the reimaged stories and prose of:

  • The Raven - by Poe
  • The Sleeper - by Poe
  • The Conqueror worm - by Poe
  • The Tell Tale Heart - by Poe
  • Spirits of the Dead - by Poe
  • The Lake (The Lake - to-) - by Poe
  • Eulalie - by Poe
  • Izrafel - by Poe
  • The Happiest Day - by Poe
  • Berenice- by Poe
  • Dagon - by Lovecraft
  • The Scar (Recognition from "Fungi from Yuggoth") - by Lovecraft
  • A Memory (from "Fungi from Yuggoth") - by Lovecraft
  • The Music of Erichzann - by Lovecraft
  • The Canal (from "Fungi from Yuggoth") - by Lovecraft
  • The Lamp (from "Fungi from Yuggoth") - by Lovecraft
  • Arthur Jermyn (Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and his family) - H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Well - by Lovecraft
  • The Window - by Lovecraft

This volume also contains sketches of covers and samples from other proposals. Also contains promotional images.

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Two strong Haunt of Horror 0

Both the Edgar Allan Poe and the H.P. Lovecraft adaptation were an success and were collected as hardcovers separately before combining to this better Value softcover.  POE! Instead of getting each hardcover I would suggest getting this paperback instead.  Both Poe and Lovecraft are well respected and important Horror writers and these adaptions will increase the exposure of these writers to a new audience.  Corben does a good job adapting and/or expanding on these short stories.   The specia...

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