Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Black and White Wednesday: "The Pepper Lake Monster" by Berni Wrightson

From the special Berni Wrightson issue of Creepy (#113, cover-dated November 1979), here's Mr. Wrightson's wry twist on the Loch Ness Monster legend..."The Pepper Lake Monster"! Dig it!

This masterpiece of shadows and light was originally published in Eerie #58 (cover-dated July 1974), just so ya know!


  1. Thank you,Mr Groove,for sharing!
    That's some gorgeous art by Mr Wrightson.
    Especially pages number 20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27 and 28.
    The net,the faces...master ink.
    /Mr Anonymous

  2. GREAT story---one of Berni Wrightson's best---but you forgot page one:


    Chris A.

  3. Groove, you are SO American! It's LOCH Ness, not LOCK. "Loch" is Gaelic for "lake." Dig?

  4. I knew that--I'm such a dummy! That's what I get for churning out posts too fast. Thanks for the catch.

  5. holy ink fest! awesome



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