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Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks and the Zombie shambles! Meanwhile, night brings the daughter of the diabolical Satana! You'll meet Gabriel, Devil Hunter! Discover the magic of Lady Daemon! Fear the Death-Dealing Mannikin! And brave the Haunt of Horror and the Vault of Evil! They're rarely seen creepy classics filled with werewolves, vampires and monsters unleashed - read them if you dare!


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Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks and the Zombie shambles! Meanwhile, night brings the daughter of the diabolical Satana! You'll meet Gabriel, Devil Hunter! Discover the magic of Lady Daemon! Fear the Death-Dealing Mannikin! And brave the Haunt of Horror and the Vault of Evil! They're rarely seen creepy classics filled with werewolves, vampires and monsters unleashed - read them if you dare!

30 review for Marvel Horror: The Magazine Collection

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    A solid sampling of Marvel's Horror magazine offerings. I would dearly love to see these various series collected in their entirety, preferably as an omnibus. A solid sampling of Marvel's Horror magazine offerings. I would dearly love to see these various series collected in their entirety, preferably as an omnibus.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    Great horror graphic novel. I'm a big fan of the old Marvel Black and White horror magazines, and this volume includes some of the rarer stories, most of which haven't been collected before. There are some stories featuring the classic Marvel horror characters such as Blade, Tomb of Dracula, Tales of the Zombie, and Satana. There are also some one shot stories similar to the old EC comic stories. The writers are artists are top notch and this was a very entertaining read. If you enjoy black and w Great horror graphic novel. I'm a big fan of the old Marvel Black and White horror magazines, and this volume includes some of the rarer stories, most of which haven't been collected before. There are some stories featuring the classic Marvel horror characters such as Blade, Tomb of Dracula, Tales of the Zombie, and Satana. There are also some one shot stories similar to the old EC comic stories. The writers are artists are top notch and this was a very entertaining read. If you enjoy black and white horror comics, particularly the old Marvel mags from the 70s, pick this up for sure.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Marvel Horror Collection I originally read these in the original magazine format more than 40 years ago, I loved them then and, they held up to my expectations now, if you like horror comics from 70’s and before this collection is a great mash-up of different Marvel horror magazines in one collection.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    The Blade story is the best of the collection, with the other stories kind of hit and miss. I found the Satana and Dracula stories overly long, convoluted and not all that interesting. The standalone stories have a certain gruesome "Tales From the Crypt" charm. The Blade story is the best of the collection, with the other stories kind of hit and miss. I found the Satana and Dracula stories overly long, convoluted and not all that interesting. The standalone stories have a certain gruesome "Tales From the Crypt" charm.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    Slow to start, but once it gets going with "Gabriel" this book really starts getting good. Classic Horror comics by Marvel writers with plenty of gore, monsters, and murder. Definitely worth reading for fans of the genre. Slow to start, but once it gets going with "Gabriel" this book really starts getting good. Classic Horror comics by Marvel writers with plenty of gore, monsters, and murder. Definitely worth reading for fans of the genre.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Artur Coelho

    Uma Marvel muito diferente do que o que estamos habituados. Este livro colige algumas histórias das revistas com que a Marvel concorria com a Warren. Antologias de histórias de terror, num formato diferente do do comic, histórias curtas que não poupavam na ironia negra e no sangue, gloriosamente ilustradas a preto e branco. Dos monstros contidos nestas páginas, alguns chegaram à continuidade dos super-heróis Marvel, como Blade ou Dracula. Outros, caso de Satana The Devil's Daughter, Gabriel Devi Uma Marvel muito diferente do que o que estamos habituados. Este livro colige algumas histórias das revistas com que a Marvel concorria com a Warren. Antologias de histórias de terror, num formato diferente do do comic, histórias curtas que não poupavam na ironia negra e no sangue, gloriosamente ilustradas a preto e branco. Dos monstros contidos nestas páginas, alguns chegaram à continuidade dos super-heróis Marvel, como Blade ou Dracula. Outros, caso de Satana The Devil's Daughter, Gabriel Devil Hunter ou Lady Daemon, não fizeram a transição e extinguiram-se com estas séries de comics dos anos 70. Este volume é claramente um best of, nestas revistas as publicações Warren eram claramente líderes em qualidade, mas havia imensa permeabilidade de talento e muitos dos argumentistas e ilustradores da Creepy e Eerie também trabalhavam para a Marvel. Das histórias publicadas, destaca-se o traço fabuloso de Vicente Alcazar para Satana, The Devii's Daughter.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    As a horror fan and a new comic fan this was a steal at 99 cents and as I loved the gritty black and white style of these comics. Blade is a bit different from the films that would be released later, but he's a cool character and one that deserves to have his own book. The rest of the stuff here relies on the occult and at times seems a bit dated, but this is to be expected from a book that compiles old horror comics. Marvel horror is a blast to read and while newer comics may rely on gore, an As a horror fan and a new comic fan this was a steal at 99 cents and as I loved the gritty black and white style of these comics. Blade is a bit different from the films that would be released later, but he's a cool character and one that deserves to have his own book. The rest of the stuff here relies on the occult and at times seems a bit dated, but this is to be expected from a book that compiles old horror comics. Marvel horror is a blast to read and while newer comics may rely on gore, and a decent amount of flesh to entice readers here we find the stories are what makes these so good. The black and white artwork is stunning, and each story fits in well and will no doubt hook in people who may not even read comics. This is one must read collection and will check out more of the Marvel graphic novels that feature horror.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rick

    Like I seem to say with all anthologies, this one is filled with a variety of stories from a variety of qualities. Some have goo writing, some have good art, some have both, and some have neither. Many of these I’ve read before, but quite a few were new to me. I want to think is the first of a series of volumes, reprinting the lesser known material from Marvel’s black and white magazines, but from all indications (at least at the time I’m typing this) that doesn’t appear to be the case.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Manning

    Oh yeah! Just great stuff. What a trip down memory lane. My only regret is that there weren't more stories reprinted. I've got the Frankenstein and Zombie volumes, but perhaps a second volume here? Please? Oh yeah! Just great stuff. What a trip down memory lane. My only regret is that there weren't more stories reprinted. I've got the Frankenstein and Zombie volumes, but perhaps a second volume here? Please?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    This one is a mixed bag...some really great 70's & 80's horror comics, but also some that is filler at best. This one is a mixed bag...some really great 70's & 80's horror comics, but also some that is filler at best.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anthony S. Della Donna

    Old is good Good writing, better artwork. A little dated, but, overall, it holds up well. It is good to see Marvel bringing the good old stuff for a new generation to enjoy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jeffery A. Irwin

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    Steven

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    Marius

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    David Coen

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    Shannon Sporleder

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    Shelley

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    Timothy

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    Gavin Cox

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    Jim Cates

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    David Garcia

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    Kristin Lund

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    Spolk

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    Patrick

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    David Quinn

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    Will Hoover

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    Michael Verderosa

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    Charles

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    Ian Foley

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