Eerie #4

    Eerie » Eerie #4 released by Dark Horse Comics on December 2013.

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    Cousin Eerie’s back to write you a prescription for terror! Prepare to show symptoms of psychological disturbance after psychotreatment by Professor Al Ewing and Kelley “Sawbones” Jones, while Dan Jolley, MD and Dr. Norm Breyfogle diagnose you with eternal doom! It’s time for your annual chilling checkup!

    Stomach-turning tales ripped from Grey’s Scarenatomy!

    Kelley Jones (Criminal Macabre) and Norm Breyfogle (Batman) lay down the ink with surgical precision!

    Monster gallery by Howard Chaykin with Ken Bruzenak!

    Classic back cover art by Berni Wrightson!


    Shadowplay - Mr. Durham goes to see a psychiatrist to help him deal with his guilt over a drunk-driving accident. The psychiatrist helps Mr. Durham by separating out his evil "shadow" side from his body in hopes to rid him of his guilt.

    Ickstarter: Exotic Matter Transmitter

    Invulnerable - After Henry Moncrief is told his illness is terminal he seeks every avenue for a cure, even tracking down an immortal witch in Brazil. The witch isn't easily persuaded to create a potion to give Mr. Moncrief immortality but eventually gives in and instructs him to drink it in its entirety. After spilling a little bit of the potion then taking the potion Mr. Moncrief eventually finds out, in a horrible way, he is only partially immortal.

    Ickstarter: SG-17 Silk Rotorvator

    The Alien Plague - Ever get the feeling that this has happened before and probably will happen again and again and again and...



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