CREEPY COMICS #21

CREEPY COMICS #21



Hot summer nights make for the very best frights, right here in good ol’ Creepy Comics! Featuring spooky sequential storytelling from such graphic greats as Jeff Parker, Vera Greentea, and Sandy Jarrell—plus another Creepy classic from the vile vault! You’ll be sweating with sickening satisfaction!

* Featuring a story from Batman ’66 team Jeff Parker and Sandy Jarrell!

* Beautiful and haunting cover by Julián Totino Tedesco!

* Winner of the Ghastly Award for Best Anthology!

See Also: Eerie (1966 Warren Magazine) #71- January 1976 - Warren Magazine - Grade G/VG

Eerie #41- August 1972 - Warren Magazine - Grade VG/F

Creepy (1964 Magazine), 1972 Annual Issue - Warren Magazine - Grade G

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