Creepy Comics #11

Creepy Comics #11

Writer: Gilbert Hernandez, Jamie S. Rich, J. Torres, Dan Braun, Peter Bagge Artist: Gilbert Hernandez, Peter Bagge, Joelle Jones, Amy Reeder Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: February 13, 2013 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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February is when dear Uncle Creepys fancy turns toward . . . scaring the bejeezus out of readers! Prepare to swoon at the bouquet of terror offered up by our team: Gilbert Hernandez (Love and Rockets) weaves a tale of love gone horribly wrong, Jamie S. Rich (It Girl and the Atomics) and Jolle Jones (Hourse of Night) provide a peek at voyeuristic ghosts, and J. Torres (Jinx) and Amy Reeder (Batwoman) make you afraid to go into the wateror near your beloved! Plus, the Creepys find romance in Dan Braun and Peter Bagges latest Creepy Family strips!

  • 10
    Newsarama - Rob McMonigal Feb 15, 2013

    Uncle Creepy gets romantic with a spectacular theme issue. From Gilbert Hernandez using his own artistic quirks to create a shock ending to a teen romance that takes a turn worthy of the 1970s magazines, this is solid work all around with varied art styles that fit each entry well. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Feb 20, 2013

    A very strong issue of Creepy. Because this series only comes out quarterly, a couple of mediocre issues will leave a pretty bad taste in our mouths. THIS issue really hit the ball out of the park. It kinda refilled the heath bar for the series. The stories were all in that A- range and it's rare for an anthology to avoid having a single stinker. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Feb 15, 2013

    Overall, if there's one thing to take away from another excellent issue of “Creepy”, it's that short-form comics are thriving, and that a dose of horror is relevant any time of the year. That, and it's probably best to let dead things stay dead " because when they come back, they get bitey, and/or inconvenient in terms of your day-to-day-life. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Carl Boehm Feb 14, 2013

    Hit or miss art and good but nowhere near great storytelling make this an average issue. Not much offered in this volume of Creepy, even for the most diehard horror connoisseur. I do admire the tongue in cheek approach to the Valentine’s Day issue, yet I found most of the offerings in this issue forgettable. Read Full Review

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