The Best of From the Tomb

The Best of From the Tomb Collects the best articles from the British magazine From the Tomb which since has been the preeminent magazine on the history of horror comics Includes articles on Matt Fox Al Feldstein Bern

  • Title: The Best of From the Tomb
  • Author: Peter Normanton
  • ISBN: 9781605490434
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects the best articles from the British magazine, From the Tomb, which since 2000 has been the preeminent magazine on the history of horror comics Includes articles on Matt Fox, Al Feldstein, Bernard Baily, Johnny Craig, Frank Frazetta, Archie Goodwin, Steve Ditko, Rudy Palais Also covers classic publishers such as Ace, Atlas, EC, Fiction House, Harvey, Skywald,Collects the best articles from the British magazine, From the Tomb, which since 2000 has been the preeminent magazine on the history of horror comics Includes articles on Matt Fox, Al Feldstein, Bernard Baily, Johnny Craig, Frank Frazetta, Archie Goodwin, Steve Ditko, Rudy Palais Also covers classic publishers such as Ace, Atlas, EC, Fiction House, Harvey, Skywald, Warren, Last Gasp, etc Well illustrated, mostly in black and white, with a 30 page full color section.

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      Published :2018-09-16T02:45:54+00:00

    1 thought on “The Best of From the Tomb”

    1. Have a complete run of this magazine and it never fails to thrill. Over time it as been a great source for tracking down certain comics. If you like pre comics code horror than track it down, you will not be disappointed.

    2. This is for fans of old horror comics. If you've never heard of EC, Warren Publishing, Matt Fox, Johnny Craig, Al Feldstein, etc, then lemme tellya: fuggedaboudit! I'm about 40 pages in. This book is worthwhile for the illustrations alone! The articles are fairly good, too. But as I said, you've got to be fascinated by pre-code horror comics, comic book history, and comic book artists, or it won't mean anything to you.

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