Adventures Into the Unknown Archives Volume 1 (2020)

Adventures Into the Unknown Archives Volume The first ongoing horror comics anthology Adventures into the Unknown is finally collected into a series of deluxe hardcovers The pre Code delights found in this debut volume include inventive excit
  • Title: Adventures Into the Unknown Archives Volume 1
  • Author: Bruce Jones
  • ISBN: 9781630084837
  • Page: 241
  • Format: ebook
  • Adventures Into the Unknown Archives Volume 1
    The first ongoing horror comics anthology, Adventures into the Unknown is finally collected into a series of deluxe hardcovers The pre Code delights found in this debut volume include inventive, exciting tales like The Living Ghost, Kill, Puppets, Kill, The Affair of Room 1313, and the ongoing True Ghosts of History feature with contributions from Golden Age grThe first ongoing horror comics anthology, Adventures into the Unknown is finally collected into a series of deluxe hardcovers The pre Code delights found in this debut volume include inventive, exciting tales like The Living Ghost, Kill, Puppets, Kill, The Affair of Room 1313, and the ongoing True Ghosts of History feature with contributions from Golden Age greats Fred Guardineer, Al Feldstein, Leonard Starr, Edvard Moritz, and others
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    1. Horror Comics The BeginningThe comics from the late 1940s collected in this volume mark the very beginning of the horror genre in comic book form There is still no sign of the irony and sophistication that would in the early 1950s distinguish the horror comics published by EC, as almost every story engages in an earnest discussion of the question whether ghosts and other supernatural phenomena actually exist or not Moreover, the reader is not yet expected to be familiar with the various horror s [...]

    2. I didn t technically read this book, but I did download and read the first four issues of this comic a few years ago when I had a big interest in pre code horror comics These and many are available free on digitalcomicmuseum.Let s just be clear, this isn t EC quality pre code horror Many of these stories fall into what you might call a ghost fighting stories People encounter various supernatural evils and fight them, usually winning out I found issue 4 pretty bad and didn t read Still these ar [...]

    3. This is a collection of arguably the first ever Horror Anthology Comic I m a huge fan of these types of comics, so my enthusiasm may have made the stories enjoyable to me than most I will say that while these stories arent bad, they aren t on the level of EC Comics, which are considered the greatest of the genre These stories are campy and somewhat silly when compared to the refined EC stories, but this is still not a bad collection If you re a fan of 50s style horror anthologies, you ll prob [...]

    4. Adventures into the Unknown was an early and long lasting horror anthology comic book published by American Comics Group Dark Horse has published the first 12 issues in three hardback volumes Volume 1 contains issues 1 4, originally published in 1948 and 1949.Several years ago, during some eBay binging I bought 50 issues of the title, mostly post Comics Code I thought they were rather bland and didn t really pursue getting When I discovered the Dark Horse reprints in late December I decided to [...]

    5. The stories were pretty cheesy to begin with, but they did get better as it went along and were quite good by the fourth issue The artwork does the job, but it s nowhere near EC or Creepy Eerie caliber Of course, this anthology predated those others by a couple years, so you could say the standards for horror comics hadn t been set yet This is also different in that there are actually a few stories where things turn out all right for the protagonists, whereas EC horror and Creepy Eerie tended to [...]

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