(December 1982)

Warren, 1966 Series
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Price:
2.25 USD
Pages:
84
Indicia frequency:
monthly except March and May
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Warren Publishing Co.
Brand:
A Warren Magazine
Barcode:
0709893792612
Editing:
Timothy Moriarty (Editor); David Allikas (Managing Editor)
Color:
Color covers; Black and White Interiors (some issues have some color pages)
Dimensions:
8.5 inches x 11 inches
Paper Stock:
Newsprint
Binding:
Saddle-stitched; Squarebound
Publishing Format:
Was Ongoing Series

Issue Notes

Data by Richard Arndt from his Complete Warren checklist. Used with permission.

Pre-standard barcode.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Ken Kelly; Jordi Penalva; Bill DuBay; Jaime Brocal; Manuel Sanjulian
Inks:
Ken Kelly; Jordi Penalva; Bill DuBay; Jaime Brocal; Manuel Sanjulian
Colors:
Ken Kelly; Jordi Penalva; Bill DuBay; Jaime Brocal; Manuel Sanjulian
Letters:
typeset

Characters:
Hunter (from Eerie #57 cover); The Spook (from Eerie #58 cover); Coffin (from Eerie #67 cover); Darklon the Mystic (from Eerie #100 cover); Exterminator (from Creepy #104 cover); The Mummy (from Eerie #78 cover)

Indexer Notes

Art credits listed here are taken directly from the credits in the issue. These credits do not align completely with the credits in the other GCD indexes.

Eerie's Exciting Earful (Table of Contents)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Timothy Moriarty
Letters:
typeset

The Price (Table of Contents)

Darklon / comic story / 9 pages (report information)

Script:
Jim Starlin
Pencils:
Jim Starlin
Inks:
Jim Starlin
Letters:
?

Characters:
Darklon; Kavar Darkhold (Darklon's father); Tarus Blacklore; Xiom-Tarr; Nameless One
Synopsis:
Plagued by assassins allegedly hired by his father, Darklon is compelled to return to Nebularia. Despite the fact that it has been many years since he has seen the floating city of Nebulor, the sight of it rekindles painful memories. He reflects on the mutual hatred between his father and himself after his mother died. He also recalls how Blacklore became a substitute son for the Kavar until Blacklore plotted the overthrow of Darkhold. Darkhold how he fled to make a deal with the Nameless One to acquired the power he needed to defeat his enemies.
Reprints:

["It's February, 2014. This is New York City. And I'm Peter Orwell..."] (Table of Contents)

Exterminator One / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script:
Bill DuBay
Pencils:
Paul Neary
Inks:
Paul Neary
Letters:
?

Characters:
Peter Orwell; Susan Orwell (Peter's wife)
Synopsis:
A population control law is passed requiring that couples must be 100% genetically matched to reproduce. Peter's tests don't check out, but Peter and Susan proceed to have a baby anyway. When their daughter is born, Peter is arrested and sentenced to life in prison. After four years in prison, he agrees to be fitted with a metal body where a computer would take control and kill as part of a top secret project. His first test is to exterminate his own daughter, who is deemed genetically imperfect.
Reprints:

The Mind Within (Table of Contents)

The Mummy Walks / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Steve Skeates
Pencils:
Jaime Brocal
Inks:
Jaime Brocal
Letters:
?

Characters:
Jerome Curry; Molly; Lilly; Suzanne Hindley; Doug Hindley
Synopsis:
In early 1900's Boston, Jerome is a lowly person who comes into possession of an amulet that allows him to transfer his mind into a mummy. While inside the mummy's body, his mind is coupled with an ancient mind that advises him to seek out the women who had spurned him before and kill them. One night while out on a new killing spree, thieves break into the museum and steal the amulet. Jerome returns to find his mind is now trapped inside the mummy with no way to return to his own body.
Reprints:

The Living Dead Man... (Table of Contents)

Coffin / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Budd Lewis
Pencils:
Jose Ortiz
Inks:
Jose Ortiz
Letters:
?

Synopsis:
A stagecoach is attacked by a small war party. One passenger, a rifle salesman from the East, manages to flee, but sees the savages rape and kill the women passengers. He follows hoofprints until he finds an Indian village. From his vantage point above the village, he uses his rifle to kill all but three members of the tribe. They stake him to die in the sun, but he escapes and kills them, but not before the old medicine man curses him to live forever with his wounds. Recovering at an outpost, he discovers that white men had attacked his stagecoach, disguised as Indians.
Reprints:

Eerie's Greatest Heroes! (Table of Contents)

text article / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Timothy Moriarty
Letters:
typeset

Synopsis:
A checklist of the stories starring the heroes in this issue

["Can you smell it? Man can! Especially a wild-haired hunter named...Hunter!"] (Table of Contents)

Hunter / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Rich Margopoulos
Pencils:
Paul Neary
Inks:
Paul Neary
Letters:
?

Characters:
James Hunter; Elizabeth Hunter; General Ofphal; Demian Hunter; Sgt. Jagger
Synopsis:
Fifty years after nuclear war, humans and "demons" (mutants caused by the radiation) begin the Demon Wars. James and Elizabeth live away from the conflict in a forest-hemmed adjacent valley, but when remnants of General Ofphal's defeated demon army discover their farmhouse, they kill James and rape Elizabeth. She bears a half-breed son, Demian, who is shunned by the humans. When Elizabeth dies when Demian is 15, he volunteers for the human cavalry. Sgt. Jagger, another half-breed, trains Demian. Jagger dies on their first mission, but Demian kills their attackers.
Reprints:

Stridespider Sponge-Rot (Table of Contents)

The Spook / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Doug Moench
Pencils:
Esteban Maroto
Inks:
Esteban Maroto
Letters:
?

Characters:
The Spook; Sarena; Jeesala
Synopsis:
Jeesala warns Spook that Sarena is attempting to raise a zombie army. When Spook arrives, Sarena tries to set her zombies him. But the zombies are too slow and Spook ends the threat with a flying kick that sends the voodoo sorceress into a ritual bonfire. With Sarena dead, the zombies crumple to the ground.
Reprints:
Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. Eerie's Exciting Earful
  3. 2. The Price
    Darklon
  4. 3. ["It's February, 2014. This is New York City. And I'm Peter Orwell..."]
    Exterminator One
  5. 4. The Mind Within
    The Mummy Walks
  6. 5. The Living Dead Man...
    Coffin
  7. 6. Eerie's Greatest Heroes!
  8. 7. ["Can you smell it? Man can! Especially a wild-haired hunter named...Hunter!"]
    Hunter
  9. 8. Stridespider Sponge-Rot
    The Spook
This issue was most recently modified by:
  • Jim Van Dore
  • Tony R. Rose
  • Per Sandell
  • Steve Belknap
Issues in this series have been indexed by:
  • Ron Pereira
  • R S
  • Tony R. Rose