Vampirella #1 1969 Replica Edition
writer: Forrest J. Ackerman, Don Glut, Nicola Cuti
artists: Frank Frazetta, Tom Sutton, Billy Graham, Reed Crandall, Neal Adams, Mike Royer, Tony Tallarico, Ernie Colon
cover: Frank Frazetta
FC | 66 pages | Horror | $6.99 | Teen +
This special reprint includes every story and even advertisements exactly as they looked half a century ago! An essential part of a Vampirella collection, and far cheaper than an original!
Warren’s sharp-eyed editors assembled the best talents across the world to write and draw timeless stories. This first issue features a diverse range of masters including Neal Adams (Batman, Green Lantern), Reed Crandall (Blackhawk, EC Comics), longtime Jack Kirby inker Mike Royer and other greats Tom Sutton, Ernie Colon & Tony Tallarico. All under an unforgettable cover by Frank Frazetta.
Check out the Vampirella Archive HC series for more Warren Era Vampirella!
Hulk Smash… through the late 1960s. The Incredible Hulk Epic Collection Vol. 3 The Leader Lives, takes us through 1967 to 1969 and collects Tales of Astonish #97-101, Incredible Hulk #102-117 and Annual #1, and Not Brand Echh #9.
The comics include the talent of Stan Lee, Gary Friedrich, Roy Thomas, Bill Everett, Archie Goodwin, Marie Severin, Herb Trimpe, Frank Giacoia, Dan Adkins, George Tuska, Syd Shores, John Severin, John Tartaglione, Tom Sutton, Art Simek, Sam Rosen, Gaspar Saladino, and Irving Watanabe.
Get your copy in comic shops today and book stores November 13. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.
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Planet of the Apes Archive Vol. 4: Evolution’s Nightmare HC
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writers: Doug Moench, Paul Dehn
Artists: Vicente Alcazar, Sonny Trinidad, Alfredo P. Alcala, Yong Montano, Dino Castrillo, Virgil Redondo, Tom Sutton, Ed Hannigan, and Jim Mooney
Cover Artist: Bob Larkin
Experience the legendary 1970s Planet of the Apes originally published by Marvel Comics, collected for the first time ever, and remastered in prestigious hardcover.
The Planet of the Apes Archive includes the screenplay adaptations from acclaimed Hollywood screenwriter for Battle for the Planet of the Apes by Paul Dehn (Murder on the Orient Express).
Also collects Future History Chronicles and Evolution’s Nightmare.
It’s Tuesday which means it’s new comic book day at book stores! This week we’ve got the Inhumans!
Inhumans: Beware the Inhumans collects Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) #15, Incredible Hulk Annual #1, Fantastic Four (1961) #81-83 and #99, Avengers (1963) #95 and #105, Amazing Adventures (1970) #1-10, and Not Brand Echh #12 by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Gary Friedrich, Archie Goodwin, Arnold Drake, Neal Adams, Gene Colan, Mike Sekowsky, Marie Severin, John Romita, and Tom Sutton.
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Planet Of The Apes Archive Vol. 1 HC
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Doug Moench
Artists: Mike Ploog, Tom Sutton, Herb Trimpe
Cover Artist: Malcolm McNeill
Experience the legendary 1970s Marvel Comics’ Terror on the Planet of the Apes, collected for the first time ever and remastered in this prestigious hardcover. This classic series follows two friends—man and ape—on the run from the law.
From Doug Moench (Batman), Mike Ploog (Ghost Rider), Tom Sutton (Doctor Strange), Herb Trimpe (Incredible Hulk), and more!
Story: Stefan Petrucha
Art: Tom Sutton
Color: Paul Mounts
Cover: Jeffrey K. Potter
Release Date: Early November
Pages: 120 pages, full color
Diamond Previews, order #SEP161507
Coming in November, Caliber Comics will be releasing the first collection of the cult classic favorite comic, Squalor originally seen from First Comics.
Squalor tells the tale of Harry Keller, a genius with a double doctorate working as a library clerk who discovers A-Time. In A-Time, the past, present and future merge together into a new existence. Not another dimension or a parallel world but our own neighborhood bereft of linear time. Harry’s shattered consciousness leads him into a new perception of time, one that isn’t merely a reflection of our world but one that every action he takes has an effect.
Like explorers such as Christopher Columbus before him, Harry learns that his discovered new world can be a dangerous place. And like Columbus, Harry Keller thinks he’s the first, but he is wrong.
The Bram Stoker nominated Petrucha, who would later become recognized in the comic world for his X-Files series and Nancy Drew graphic novels, is also known for his novels from Penguin, Harper-Collins, and Deadpool from Marvel Comics. The late Tom Sutton was best known for his art on Marvel’s Planet of the Apes as well as their supernatural characters and at Warren Magazine as one of the first artists on Vampirella. He recently has had some of his work released in the collection Tom Sutton’s Creepy Things.
VAMPIRELLA: THE ESSENTIAL WARREN YEARS VOL. 1 TPB
Archie Goodwin, Steve Englehart, Forrest J. Ackerman (w)
José Gonzalez, Tom Sutton, Gonzalo Mayo (a)
FC • 448 pages • $24.99 • Teen+
Finally, the legend of Vampirella can be told… from her very beginning! The Essential Warren Years collects the complete story of Vampirella, the raven-haired heroine and beloved horror hostess! Starting with her first appearance in “Vampirella of Drakulon” by Forrest J. Ackerman and Tom Sutton, and spanning each and every fear-fraught issue from the first five years of Vampirella Magazine, this massive tome not only introduces one of the most iconic characters in horror comic history, but her hypnotic supporting cast: the Conjuress, Pendragon, Adam Van Helsing, the Cult of Chaos, and the undead lord Dracula! Featuring the creative talents of Archie Goodwin, Jose Gonzalez, Steve Englehart, Gonzalo Mayo, and more! The complete softcover collection of Vampirella’s appearances from her first five years of publication (1969-1974, issues #1-37), available in a massive 450-page omnibus edition.
Author Steven A. Roman, who you might know from X-Men: The Chaos Engine Trilogy, has debuted his mature readers graphic novel Lorelei: Sects and the City. The graphic novel features art by Eliseu Gouveia, Steve Geiger and Neil Vokes.
The story focuses on a female former photographer who, through supernatural means, has been transformed into a succubus: a sexual demon who steals the souls of evildoers. In this adventure, Lori must prevent an ancient cult from opening a gateway that will allow the monstrous Old Gods they worship to return—and possibly destroy the Earth. Roman describes it:
At its heart, Lorelei is a tribute to 1970s and ’80s horror comics and movies. Her stories have supernatural elements, sure, and there’s some nudity and adult themes—Lori is a succubus, after all—but her adventures are character-driven, with a heavy dose of sarcasm and humor. And receiving encouragement over the years from people like original Vampirella publisher James Warren and comic artists like Esteban Maroto and Tom Sutton, as well as from Vampirella’s creator, Forrest J Ackerman, has meant a lot to me. I think horror fans will enjoy Lori’s inaugural graphic-novel adventure as much as those creators did.
Lorelei: Sects and the City also features cover art by Esteban Maroto, a one-page history of succubi by Ernie Colon and pinups by Louis Small Jr. and the late Tom Sutton. Its currently available for order from online and brick-and-mortar bookstores, comic shops, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and the StarWarp Concepts Web site. Retailers can obtain the graphic novel through StarWarp Concept’s distributor, Ingram Book Company.
VAMPIRELLA #1 1969 COMMEMORATIVE GOLD FOIL EDITION
64+ pages FC • $39.99 • Teen + • (C:0-1-2)
Written by FOREST ACKERMAN • Art by TOM SUTTON
The fans have been demanding it forever, and it’s finally here. The Original Vampirella #1 reprinted for the first time in its entirety, using the original film from 1969! This 64 page magazine features the first appearance of Vampirella and is replicated to the exact specifications as the original with a gold foil logo and Certificate Of Authenticity.