Sunday, June 22, 2008

Creepy 115

An odd looking cover by Sanjulian for this issue, featuring a man with a fly's face, carrying a passed out woman.

First up is "Gabriel's Horn" by Leo Duranona (art) and Roger McKenzie (story). A story about a black family in the south being mistreated by the KKK, and a magic horn that is used to take revenge on them.

Next is "Last Labor of Hercules" by Delando Nino (art, credited as A2-120) and Budd Lewis (story). The story is about a sorceror who temas up with Hercules. A boring action story.

Third is "Cyrano" by Mike Sanez (art) and Bob Toomey (story). Really good story with extremely good looking art from Saenz, who unfortunately did very little work for Warren. The story features a ship, Cyrano, that heads through space looking for alien civilizations.

"Rapid Fire Angel" by Abel Laxamana (art) and Gerry Boudreau (story) is our next story, about an assassin who is chased down by a living motorcycle possessed by the soul of a former biker. Another rather poor action story.

Fifth is "Et Tu, Brutus?" by Val Mayerik & Rudy Nebres (art) and Nicola Cuti (story). The story is about a pet pig who due to waste contamination turns to a giant size. It eventually needs to be killed to feed everyone.

Last is "War Children" by Val Mayerik (art) and Gerry Boudreau (story). It is a Romeo & Juliet style love story between a prince and princess from warring nations. In the end it is revealed that they are brother and sister, spoiling that romance! A good way to end the issue.

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