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In 1949, three of Will Eisner’s most talented “ghosts” created the remarkable horror comic strip featuring Dr. Desmond Drew, a paranormal investigator and “supernatural Sherlock Holmes.” Gorgeously drawn by future Creepy contributor Jerry Grandenetti and written in a gripping pulp style by Marilyn Mercer, these thirteen chilling stories have been collected and digitally restored while retaining the exquisite design and artwork that characterized the output of the Eisner studio.

All thirteen hard-to-find Dr. Drew stories in a single volume.

Brand-new introduction by Michael T. Gilbert.

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