Randy Palmer-The Last Warren editor?
Hard to Find Warren Magazines
Bill Mohalley Interview
Who was Heidi Saha?
Yesterday, Today ... Tomorrow
Spooky and Warren Print Runs
Creepy 75 The Escape Chronicle - Part I
The Famous Monsters Cover That Never Was
1978 Warren Calender
Spooky Reviews: The Warren Companion
The Spooky Gallery
Auraleon in Vampirella #25
Spooky looks at Other Warren Fanzines
Spooky looks at Comix International
Hard to find Warren Magazines #2
Creepy 75 The Escape Chronicle - Part II
Vampirella by other Artists
Spooky interviews Kevin Pagan
Spooky looks at Horror Comics Review
Warren Artists and Writers
Wolf Hunt, The Script.
The Vampirella Cartoon
Creeps, in Creepy #78
Spooky Interviews Archaic Al Hewetson
1977 Warren Calender
Those Warren Plastic Bags
Frank Frazetta/Trina Robbins Say ...
Mike Royer Interview
Don Glut Interview
Nicola Cuti Interview
Harry Roland Cover
The Mummy UnWrapped
Alex Nino Interview
Romeo Tanghal Interview
New Bill DuBay Story
This final issue of Spooky features an interview with Warren cover artist Ken Kelly. Richard Corben and Nick Cuti each contribute a short anecdote of their Warren years.
A Warren fanzine. This oversize issue of Spooky reprints 10 pages from issues 1-3, including interviews with Bill Mohalley and Kevin Pagan, and features new interviews with Frank Brunner, Greg Bazaz, Boris Vallejo, Ken Gale, Mike Zeck, Angelo Torres, Flo Steinberg, Esteban Maroto, Terrance Lindall, Howard Chaykin, Ed Fedory, Paul Gulacy, Dick Giordano, Jeff Easley, Jim Laurier, Jeff Rovin, Don Maitz, Steve Englehart, Bob Toomey, Clark Dimond, Bruce Jones, Joe Wehrle, Barbara Leigh, Jeff Jones, Timothy Moriarty, David Allikas, Don McGregor, Russ Heath, Paul Neary, and Angelique Trouvere.
All art in this issue reprinted from Warren magazines.
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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.