Friday, March 24, 2017

The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Eerie Sci-Fi

What it is, Groove-ophiles! One of the things Teen Groove really dug about Warren's Eerie mag was the sci-fi shockers that would often populate some issues. The covers to many of those issues were often worth the price of the mag--covers by Vaughn Bode, Basil Gogos, Pat Boyette, Larry Todd, Manuel Sanjulian, Ken Kelly, Jordi Penalva, Jim Laurier, and Romas Kukalis, f'rinstance...











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  1. I owned more than a few of these over the years. The Pat Boyette cover for Eerie #28 sticks in my memory as it was one of the very first black and white magazines I ever picked up. I still remember seeing it for the first time at the drug store which supplied my comic habit in its earliest days. When you're ten this stuff imprints in significant ways.

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  2. They remind of some of the covers of Galileo magazine, a short-lived sci-fi mag from the late 70s.

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  3. Groove--I can't thank you enough for the awesome work you do with your posts facilitating our collective walk down memory lane--I travel quite a bit for work and am not able to bring much with me. My tablet and your posts keep me entertained for hours! Thanks again!

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  4. I didn't know that there was ever a Rook/Vampirella crossover. Live and learn.

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