EEEK! is in stock at ASYLUM PRESS

EEEK! is in stock at ASYLUM PRESS

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Hey man,
Just wanted to plug Asylum's new horror anthology EEEK!  It's 176 pages of comic madness.  check the preview.
Available at comic stores, Amazon, etc.
Frank F 
EEEK! is in stock at ASYLUM PRESS

 EEEK! is schedule to ship from Diamond on 11/10/2010 or 11/17/2010
EEEK cover

EEEK! VOL. 1  trade paperback
written and illustrated by Jason Paulos
Cover by Aly Fell
176 pgs, B&W with COLOR section ,
perfect bound.
Retail Price: $14.95.
Intended Audience: General Readers.
Genre: Horror
ISBN13: 978-1-61724-010-2

Available thru Diamond, Haven and Tony Shenton

SCB Distributors
15608 South New Century Drive
Gardena, CA 90248
(800) 729-6423
(310) 532-9400
fax (310) 532-7001

Also available through Ingram, Baker and Taylor, Partners West

For a preview of EEEK! visit:

What people are saying about EEEK!

“Whether you’ve been a lifelong
fan of anthology horror comics or have yet to
discover the morbidly magical pleasures found
within them, EEEK! cannot be recommended
enough. --I can confidently prescribe this book.
However, I must warn you, side effects may include:
the willies, the creepies, the spookies
and the heebie-jeebies!”

“An intriguing mix of stories inspired by E.C.
and DC’s terror tales of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.”
--Brent Frankenhoff
Comics Buyer’s Guide

“Jason Paulos really has captured an era
of comic book releases and Eeek
deserves to find a much larger market.”
--Jeff Ritchie

“EEEK! shows us there is still an art form to
anthology horror with some of the best horror
tales this side of the new millennium!”
--Erik Hendrix
Zedura Magazine

“In the grand tradition of Eerie and Creepy,
EEEK! is an anthology that’s guaranteed to
satisfy your craving for classic horror comics.
From its time-honored parable story structure to
its homage inflected artwork, this collection
feels as though it could have been a lost
treasure from the 1970’s Warren magazines.”
--Tim Lenaghan

“Short tales of terror that will
send chills down your spine!”
--Rob Caprilozzi

“A fun collection of illustrated
terror tales featuring great art and a
wicked sense of humor, pulling it's inspiration
from all over the Silver Age horror comic
history map, occasionally even drawing from
50's pre-code terror and the late 60's and
early 70's Eerie Publication black and white
gore mags... Recommended!"
The Horrors of it All


Frank Forte
Asylum Press
P.O. Box 2875
Hollywood CA 90068

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I L O V E D  the old Creepy and Eerie mags from back in the day. This looks good. May have to give it a look/see. Thanks.HELLFIGHTERS SMILEY

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