Marvel Comics Monsters Poster # 5 Haunt of Horror by Richard Corben


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When Marvel’s attempt to publish a digest-sized prose horror anthology flopped, they recycled the title, THE HAUNT OF HORROR, as an addition to their line of black-and-white monster/hooror comics. The series featured stories showcasing Marvel Universe characters (Satana the Devil’s Daughter, Gabriel the Devil-Hunter), adaptations of horror short stories, original anthological stand-alone tales, reprints of old Atlas comics stories, prose stories and articles. Richard Corben (born October 1, 1940) is an American illustrator and comic book artist best known for his comics featured in Heavy Metal magazine. Corben’s work in comics and animation has won him recognition, including the Shazam Award for Outstanding New Talent in 1971, and a Shazam Award for Superior Achievement by an Individual in 1973. He also received a CINE Golden Eagle and President of Japan Cultural Society trophy in 1968 for his short film Neverwhere.18 While working for the Warren anthologies, he received numerous Warren Awards: 1973 Best Artist/Writer and Special Award for Excellence, 1976 Best Art: Within You, Without You, Eerie #77 and Best Cover: Eerie #77 and 1978 Best Cover Artist. 2009 Spectrum Grand Master Award. In 2009 he won “Best Finite Series/Limited Series” Eisner Award, for Hellboy: The Crooked Man and in 2011 he won “Best Single Issue (or One-Shot)” Eisner Award, for Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil. Finally, in 2012 he was elected to the The Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame. “Corben’s work is singular in its humanity. He works with towering technical skill… …the wondrous thing of it all is that underneath all that technical tour-de-force is the sound of a beating heart.” —Will Eisner.

Near mint condition.