The Dark Horse Book Of Witchcraft by Mike Mignola

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The Dark Horse Book of Witchcraft conjures up weird tales of horror and magic the likes of which one seldom sees in graphic novels. Mignola returns with another Hellboy story; Thompson (Scary Godmother) and Dorkin (Dork, Hectic Planet) return to their characters in the stunning "Stray" story, the surprise hit of the first volume in this series. Morse (Ancient Joe, Soulwind) presents an evocative and carefully researched tale of old Salem, digging into the madness of the accusations leveled there, which ended more than thirty lives in a few short months.
 

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Published July 13, 2004 by Dark Horse. 96 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reflecting the shifting opinion of witches in both folklore and real life, the volume includes the idea of witches as agents of evil, trying to seduce ordinary people away from righteousness, and an interview with a Wiccan priestess.

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-Entertainment Weekly THE DARK HORSE BOOK OF WITCHCRAFT HC MIKE MIGNOLA (W/A), GARY GIANNI (A), EVAN DORKIN (W), JILL THOMPSON (A), SCOTT MORSE (W/A), and OTHERS Following the success of The Dark Horse Book of Hauntings, Dark Horse returns with another collection of bizarre tales by ...

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