HORROR COMICS IN BLACK & WHITE HIST & CATALOG 1964-2004 SC
MC FARLAND & COMPANY INC.
HORROR COMICS IN BLACK & WHITE HIST & CATALOG 1964-2004 SC
SEP121335
(W) Stephen R. Bissette, Richard J. Arndt
In 1954, the comic book industry instituted the Comics Code, a set of self-regulatory guidelines that effectively banned genuine horror coimcs. Because the Code applied only to color comics, many artists and writers turned to black and white to circumvent the Code's confines. With the 1964 publication of Creepy #1 by Warren Publishing, black-and-white horror comics experienced a revival that continued into the early 21st century. This work offers a comprehensive history and retrospective of the black-and-white horror coimcs that flourished on the newsstands from 1964 to 2004.
In Shops: Jan 23, 2013
SRP: $55.00
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