The EC Archives by Bill Gaines
The Haunt of Fear Volume 4

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As nostalgic as it all is, however, the collection also proves how bad the material could be too at times (occasionally laughably so). The three old crones’ groan-worthy puns, atrocious alliteration, and cheesy jokes littering the intros and outros are one thing, but the stories themselves sometimes leave a lot to be desired.
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Delight in fright! This fourth volume of the EC Comics horror classic The Haunt of Fear collects a gruesome medly of unforgettable frights! Featuring art from the legendary talents of Bill Gaines, Al Feldstein, Graham Ingels, George Evans, Jack Kamen, Jack Davis, and Reed Crandall, this volume collects The Haunt of Fear #19-#24 and includes a foreword by Rob Zombie.
 

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Camilla Gibb is the award-winning author of three novels, most recently Sweetness in the Belly. She divides her time between Toronto and London, England.Lee Henderson is the author of The Broken Record Technique and The Man Game. A two-time nominee for the Journey Prize, he lives in Vancouver.Rebecca Rosenblum is the much-talked-about first-time author of Once. A finalist for the Journey Prize in 2007, she lives in Toronto.From the Trade Paperback edition.
 
Published June 6, 2017 by Dark Horse Books. 216 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Horror. Fiction
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Reviewed by J. Kent Messum on May 25 2017

As nostalgic as it all is, however, the collection also proves how bad the material could be too at times (occasionally laughably so). The three old crones’ groan-worthy puns, atrocious alliteration, and cheesy jokes littering the intros and outros are one thing, but the stories themselves sometimes leave a lot to be desired.

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