. . . $5, 40b&w pgs + 4pgs of Xtras! Sick B- cover. 6pgs of ADs internal. . . I always look forward a new issue of Creepy, and this one does not disappoint! Along with the usual features of Pete Bagge's 'Creepy Family' strips, frontispiece and letters, we get 5 freakish tales and interesting back column. All the artists show how much they fear Uncle Creepy's lash, in the high quality illustrations rendered. The creators and contributors really give their best for this anthology as evidenced by the whopping 44 pustulant pages! I am a bit disappointed in Dark Horse's decision to run ADs in Creepy, which does break the feel for me. Previous issues without ADs made me feel like i was reading from the old magazines, under my sheets with a flashlight. They are all ADs for DH and mid-book, both seem unnecessary. There is no outside revenue and most publishers have moved all their ADs to the back, which really serves the product well. However their AD dept is doing them well with B&W large art that is somewhat more of a pin-up then a text heavy advertisement. Despite that one flaw, Creepy is absolutely a must for any Horror and chills fans.