When the dead come to us in dream, in search of the truth, all manner of horrors are revealed. To save the dignity of a dead woman, Herbert must destroy the painting that killed her. But her brother is not ready to let her go . . .

* Adapted by Eisner Award Hall of Fame 2012 inductee Richard Corben!

“Corben shows the strength of the comics medium, particularly in the hands of a master artist like himself.” ––ComicsBeat

Writer: Edgar Allan Poe & Richard Corben
Artist: Richard Corben
Cover Artist: Richard Corben

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%
Avg Rating: 4.4
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  1. Last issue was an amazing read and easily POTW. But it was a pretty slow week, even by this site’s standards, when that happened. So let’s see how this reads with bigger titles coming out.

  2. I really hope DH are smart enough to collect all of Corben’s recent works with them in a juicy HC down the road.

  3. The first issue was amazing, really looking forward to this.

  4. Just as great as the last issue although not going to be my POTW. Corben did a great job mixing two Poe stories to make a compelling, but not well-trodden read. I guess the only reason this isn’t my pick was because, while Corben’s art was great, it didn’t evoke a creep atmosphere as much as the first. Still, this will make for a great read for people who aren’t big on comics but love horror stories.


  5. Pretty art. Creepy story. Over too soon. Would love to see more like this.

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