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Magazine: Creepy Magazine

Creepy Magazine was a black-and-white comic book publication that ran from to 1964 to 1983. It went under the title of a magazine to avoid The Comics Code.

Hosted by the namesake Uncle Creepy, it specialized in pulp horror tales and featured the likes of Frank Frazetta, Joe Orlando, Reed Crandall, Neal Adams, Dan Adkins,Johnny Craig, Steve Ditko, Gray Morrow, John Severin, Angelo Torres, Alex Toth, Al Williamson and Wally Wood. Archie Goodwin is remembered as being the one of the comic's best writers.

Creepy has been revived as a comic publication by Dark Horse, who are publishing the original Creepy comics as the Creepy Archives.


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