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ISSUE NO. 114

DEAR UNCLE CREEPY


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RATS
By Bob Toomey and Pepe Moreno Casares

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THE COMIC BOOKS
By Joe Brancatelli

17
CHARNEL COMBAT
By Pierce Askegren and Danny Tallerno

23
HEAT
By Gerry Boudreau and Leo Duranona

31
By Roger McKenzie, Jim
SMALL WAR
Starlin and Pablo Marcos

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REAPER
By Archie Goodwin and Alex Toth

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Dear I nclcCrecin
CREEPY #112 was an art Every year about this time, letters pour into Warren Publishing suggesting, CREEPY # 112 was good! To
How could
lower's treat. it be entreating,even demanding that a specif ic artist, writer or story be featured begin with the best, (here was
otherwise? There was art by Alex as the year's Warren Award Winner. Therefore . . Rich Corben's cover. Warren's
Nino, Walt Simonson, John Severin use of photo covers has taken a
and Al Williamson, whose work is quantum leap forward, so that
seldom seen these days. Please
give us more! And can't wait I
COMING NEXT ISSUE it's impossible to tell where the
photo ends and the artwork be-
for the new Totfi story!
It's good to see Archie Goodwin
doing more work for Warren and
THE OFFICIAL BALLOTING gins. The background is ob-
viously a photo, while the vam-
pire and the bats are painted
the "Homecoming" could sure
use a sequel. didn't like theI
for the ... but I'll be damned if can
make up my mind about the girl.
I

way the hero was trapped in a


billionpossible futures.
Val Lakey's art on "Beast-
1979 It is a fine work, in any case,
"The Homecoming" featured
the most beautiful work ever
slayer" was interesting but the
art laurels for the issue go to
Auraleon for "Sunday Dinner."
WARREN AWARDS from Al Williamson.
wish he were a regular again.
It

Every panel was a delight. Archie


makes me

But the best part of the Goodwin's script was also good,
magazine was the Corben cover! though it suffered somewhat
It alone was worth the price of from its lack of a resolution.
the magazine. "Warrior's Ritual" was almost
JEFF RINDE like a Goodwin tale out of the old
Endicott, NY. Blazing Conbat. John Severin's
detailed drawings, with their
am a recent convert to your historically accurate uniforms
I

fine magazine. was a reader of I


row will choose the WARREN AWARD WINNERS! and weapons, have always been
pocketbooks and mainly non- a feature in the success of such
illustrative creative magazines tales.Oh yes, caught Goodwin's
I

previously. But earlier today the naming two of the


inside joke of
superbly done CREEPY #112 characters Charlier and Giraud,
Vampire cover by your Rich Cor- after the creators of LI Blue-
Hurrah! The Golden Age of been collecting comics
I've
ben caught my eye. Warren lives again! Archie Good- for just over a year and my fa-
My curiosity aroused, leafed I

vorite has always been CREEPY.


Bob Toomey's "Nobody's Kid"
win! Al Williamson! John Severin!
through your magazine. The art
Walt Simonson! What else could I now tear for my favorite.
was a gruesome little tale. It was
looked very good indeed. On the effective, though. And it gave
any CREEPY fan ask for? And to Lately the covers haven't
strength of what saw, bought been worth a damn! Yes, I'm Leo Ouranona a chance to do the
top it off, a fabulous Rich Corben
I I

it and took it home to read at my sort of art he does best.


cover that easily matches any of putting down Art Director Kim
leisure. McQuaite for doing an absolutely Toomey's other offering, "Rel-
Frazetta's! Bravo, Mr. Corben.
Your fine artwork, strong writ- ic", suffered in comparison with
And an Alex Toth story sched- wretched job of designing.
ing and lack of restrictions was "Quirks," the story to which it
uled for winter! Whew, you did it One of my favorite artists is
refreshing. thoroughly com-
I
Rich Corben but his cover for was a sequel. Otherwise, it was
mend everyone involved. If this good. Walt Simonson, however,
#112 was sick. including the . .

issue is an example of your fu- was at the top of his form!


crappy lettering and poor re-
ture magazines, you have a life I've never heard of John or Val
production!
long reader in me. intend to Lakey before. But if "Beastslay-
I
Oh, please bring back Ken
recommend your magazine to er" is a fair example of their
Kelly! He is incredible! 1/inow he
my friends who are also in- work, I'm willing to see more.
would do a CREEPY cover and Again. couldn't distinguish
terested in the macabre, the you're too chicken to ask him,
I

weird and well the


CREEPY # 1 12 was purchased if
photographs from art.
. . . . . .
during one of those queer spells put his address in your letters
CREEPY. column and I'll ask him! And if
BRIAN CADEN
EDWARD DRAKER of curiosity get about Warren
I

Cincinnati, Oh.
books. saw it in one of Joe you could only get Frank Fraietta
Ventura, Calif. I

Brancatelli's celebrated comic or Semi Wrigntson as well .1 - ,

book shops and snatched it up And don't give me any of that 1 i A VAMPI story drawn by Val
All I can say i "It's about
because the Corben cover look- "they aren't doing comics" fcv'-5 Lakey is scheduled for a fu-

ed so damn good. Moreover, crap. They're human and if **8r* ture issue of VAMPIRELLA,
there were the superior interior you offer them enough dough,
there was nothing of his inside.
knew Archie Goodwin had art jobs by John
Al Williamson, they'll bite! CREEPY #112 was fantastic!
I

some work scheduled for Severin and the rest to consider. DARYL MAINE On a scale of one to ten (the
should have known better. For Palm Desert, Calif. best being ten) "Beastslayer"
CREEPY, but three stories in I

#112! Wow. thought. . . I


while the Warren books are still deserved a 12\ If anybody says
Unfortunately, though Al Wil- the most handsomely illustrated anything bad about "Beastslay-
liamson's work on "The Home- and packaged magazines er," they're crazy! It deserves a
coming" was great as usual, I
around, they are still the most 12 because there's never been a
got the feeling that I'd read Ar- horrendously written. selves on the quality of everything story this good in a Warren
chie's story before a couple of "Nobody's Kid" was a breath we do. Yes, we could get Ken Kelly
do a painting
Magazine before. Ever!
John Lakey are fantastic! hope
Val and
times. of fresh air, the only one in this or Frank Frazetta to I

Same with "Warrior's Ritual." issue's literary charnel house. they keep working together for a
Although John Severin did some Tightly written, as comic book long, long time!
of his finest art. really don't I
scripts should be, with great Leo order to cover the cost? TOM SIMMONS
think we needed another Ouranona art. It wasn't a story. Besides, there are many excel- Rapid City, S.D.
Foreign Legion story! Hardly a vignette. But liked it.I lent new illustrators around who
But "The Last Sorcerer" was DENNY (TONY) DALY are every bit as good as these art-

tremendous! It was Goodwin, the


best of the old and Alex Nino,
Chicago, III. ists, if not as experienced.
We're always working to improve
the quality of our magazines and
Dear
Hama and Auraleon did a
the best of the new! Together
they created a masterpiece . . .
Larry
gruesome and gory job on here's hoping we can come up with IncleCrcep},
and hopefully a team for the fu- ^Sunday Dinner" ... It was de- some covers that you will like in the
licious! future c/o Warren Publishing Co.
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ROTES OR COMIX PEOPLE
Sunday editions.
Gary Trudeiu, the Pulit-
Claire Bretecher, a
zer Prize winning creator of
French artist whose work
Doonesbury. has agreed to
has been printed in the Uni-
a revolutionary new con-
ted States by the National
tract with Universal Press
Syndicate, the organization
Lampoon, is causing quite a
religious debate back in her
which distributes the daily
homeland. As the artist of
and Sunday strip to more
the always controversial,
than 500 newspapers. Sign-
but always applauded, Les
ed late last year and coming
Frustres (The Frustrated)
into effect about now, Tru-
strip in the weekly riouoel
Obseroateur, Bretecher has
more control over Doones- decided to take on the pow-
bury than any artist or
erful Catholic Church. Her
writer has ever before had
strip is now featuring a se-
with any syndicated news-
ries called "The Passionate
paper strip.
Life of Teresa of Avila," a
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parody of the French reli-
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Avila. The Catholic Church,
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Doonesbury
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able political force in
France, is alarmed and
screaming blasphemy. The
tfouoel Obseroateur thinks
agree to place me strip on
it's all a great joke. A recent
comic pages and not on the
issue of the magazine put
newspaper's editorial or
the cartoon version of St.
"op-ed" opinion pages. Sec-
ondly, the newspapers must
Teresa on the cover with a
headline facetiously asking
agree to run the strip at the ly Ghost, Wendy the Good Cochran and Canifl,
size delivered by UPS (44 went to Ohio State (li..*<..- "Must Bretecher Be Burn-
Witch and all those Richie
met again ed?"
picas, about l'<> inches Rlch comic books. Shapiro, sity together,
wide) and not reduce it. A a long-time purveyor of while Cochran was training a Cadence, the parent
third clause prohibits the pornography, and Larry Tighter squadron in 1942. company of Marvel Comics,
client newspapers from Flynt, the publisher of Caniff, then the artist/writer has hired a publicity woman
making any changes in Tru- Hustlei magazine, are plan- of Terry and The Pirates, to beat the drums for Marvel
deau's cartoons or from ning a new skin book. Sha- promptly used Cochran as charactei
censoring parts of the strip piro wants to call it Harvey the model for the "Flip Cor- realm of the comic-book
"*"
Lastly, for Looing People, deciding kin" character, a wide-eyed world. Pan
Hurt, the n
agreed to Doonesbury
sell people would love a porno and fearless, devil-may-care drum beater, is unfamiliar
3 college newspapers magazine named after a real fighter pilot. When Caniff with comics, but an experi-
inareas where general circu- i. Harvey Publishing moved on to create Steoe enced and highly competent
lation daily newspapers thrilled, however. Canyon, he used Cochran as public-relations profession-
presently buy the strip. ng the use of the a model again. This time al. "I'm not really going to
Trudeau's demand to be "Harvey" is trade- Cochran was portrayed as be Involved with what the
kept on the comics page infringement and its "General Philerie," a char- comic books will be doing,"
and his adamant stance m a sex magazine acter Caniff continues to she said shortly after she
against censorship or altera-
:
- the storyli e. After
-
was hired. "Basically. I'm
tion on Doonesbury is a "wholesomeness," Harvey ng or Cochran's death, going to try to promote Mar-
direct result of the strip's Publishing has obtained a however, Caniff decided to vel characters for licensing,
preliminary court injunction drop Philerie as a tribute to especially for television and
iibly about Mike against Shapiro's use of his his old college chum. motion -picture use."
othi
college-aged students, the * James P. Gannon, the Leonard Darvln, only
Col. Philip G. Coch- executive editor of the Des the second administrator of
perhaps the nation's best ran, the World War II war Moines (Iowa) Register. the Comics Code Authority
piece of political satire. hero who inspired Milton isn't particularly enamored in Its 25-year existence, has
Squeamish newspaper edi- Caniff to create two comic- of Caniff or Steve Canyon, retired. The new director is
tors have, from time to strip characters based on however. In an editorial that J. Dudley Waldner, a for-
time, changed or censored him. died on August 27 at consumed 42 inches of mer president of the New
some of Trudeau's 69 years of age. space in the Sunday, June York Society of Association
ing Som Executives. Darvin will re-
resorted
) main with the Code and its
g the strip on the editorial parent organization, The
i opinion pages, a place' Comic Magazine Associa-
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