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Halloween Classics presents five scary tales for the holiday, each with an EC-style introduction by famed horror author Mort Castle. Featured are Nathaniel Hawthorne's “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, Arthur Conan Doyle's mummy tale "Lot No. 249", Mark Twain's "A Curious Dream", and H.P. Lovecraft's "Cool Air". Plus, a comics adaptation of the great silent film "The Cabinet of Dr. Calligari", illustrated by Matt Howarth, with a terrifying cover by Simon Gane.
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In Shadow Show, acclaimed writers and artists come together to pay tribute to the work of the one and only Ray Bradbury! The stories featured include "Who Knocks," written by Dave Eggers with art by Matthew Dow Smith, a classic horror tale about what lurks beneath the water; "Earth: A Gift Shop" by Charles Yu and Christine Larsen, about the future role of our planet as an intergalactic curio shop; and "Altenmoor, where the dogs dance" by Mort Castle and S L Gallant, where a young boy discovers the world that his grandfather wrote about in his fantasy novels.
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In Shadow Show, acclaimed writers and artists come together to pay tribute to the work of the one and only Ray Bradbury! The final story in the series is "Conjure," written by Alice Hoffman with art by Chris Evenhuis. It's summertime in a small American town, and rumor has it an angel has come to town. Two friends, Cate and Abbey, discover the truth... but there's a price to be paid for their curiosity.
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Shadow Show: Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury Acclaimed writers and artists come together to pay tribute to the one and only Ray Bradbury in these adaptations of nine short stories such as "By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain," "The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury," "Backward in Seville," and more.
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In Shadow Show, acclaimed writers and come together to pay tribute to the work of the one and only Ray Bradbury! The first story featured is “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury,” written by Neil Gaiman with art by Maria Fröhlich, which peers into the mind of a man who sifts through his own memories in an attempt to recover the name of a famous sci-fi author. The next story, “Backward in Seville,” brings together the singular talents of Audrey Niffenegger and Eddie Campbell to tell a small tale of a woman’s regrets and the new life that awaits her.
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