Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Black and White Wednesday: "The Pest!" by Hewetson and Corben

HowOOOO's it' goin', Groove-ophiles? Today's black and white monsterpiece was first seen (shambling through) Warren's Eerie #33 (March 1971). Written by "Archaic" Al Hewetson (before he got his "Horror-Mood" gig at Skywald) with art by the great Richard Corben, "The Pest" is gonna grab ya, baby! Dig it!!


  1. Thank you,Mr Groove,for sharing.
    Funny,we talked about buying someting
    like this,this summer.
    But,maybe not.Hehe.
    /Mr Anonymous

  2. Groove, this story is the one that stands out the most in my memories of the 2nd issue of Eerie that I purchased. It and the Corben story in the previous issue sure put Corben on my favorites list.

  3. Monsterpiece indeed Groove! Great stuff! Looking forward to more gems from you Groove!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.



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