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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #1
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Plot by EXCITER
Art by ART ADAMS
“UNNATURAL GAS”

      • Dawn of the Devil Tie-in***

Hello boils and ghouls, you’re just in time for a spine-tingling tale from the Big Rotten Apple! You see, deep below the streets of New York City there are 6,302 miles of pipe transporting natural gas. Leaks are common, and Con Ed, NYC’s gas provider, has the highest rate of leaks in the entire nation. That’s on a normal day. Today, explosions are everywhere and the only sign that one is imminent is the smell of gas… and sulfur? When the Mayor’s office rings Stephen Strange for a consult, the good doctor uncovers a startling truth: Con Ed doesn’t stand for Consolidated Edison, Inc…. it stands for Conedd the Combustor, monstrous minion of Mephisto! And all that gas is anything but natural - it’s being pumped straight from Hell! What foul bargain brought this about? And can Doctor Strange exorcise the public utility when even the smallest flame, spark, or flicker of magic could level the buildings surrounding him? Whatever you do, don’t take a smoke break!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #2 *** Dawn of the Devil Tie-in***
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Plot by EXCITER
Art by ART ADAMS
“BEGINNINGS....”
Power, love, money, fame mankind's wishes are pathetically predictable the only problem is scale! There's so damn many of them. Offering the entire world what they most desire should be impossible, and it is. The only way to truly offer the entire world what they want is to make them all want the same thing. One wish and the entire world is yours. How to make them want that one thing, offer them everything. Knowledge is power and finally Mephisto has enough knowledge to pull off the greatest con known to man. The only problem is can HE pay the price for where the power will come from? Can he control the being that will provide it all? Mephisto's first deal is made in the darkest shadow of his realm, and even his hand trembles as it reaches out to grasp his....
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #3
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Plot by MCGAFFER
Art by ART ADAMS
“BRING OUT YOUR DEAD!”
Asmodeus here mortals, bringing you another morbid tale. Sometimes I really love my job, especially when we have such delectable guests. Morgan Le Fay will be reminiscing about the good old days like when she released the Black Death Plague in Europe. Oh, they were reasons for it at the time but it also had some delicious side effects such as people desperately bargaining away what they couldn't afford for her magical protection from the plague. Let's just say she didn't lack for ingredients for any of her potions or spells in those days. But of course there's always a hero isn't there! The plague ridden Black Knight tracing the disease's mystical roots back to Morgana means there's going to be a nice little fight too, wonder how this one goes?
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #4
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Plot by MCGAFFER
Art by ART ADAMS
“BRING OUT YOUR DEAD!”
Florence 1588 - The Spanish Armada has sunk and the Spanish Crown is now weak and can no longer resist. The time has now come. The time for the Great Feast. Apes were not the only ones to evolve, they were just the most ruthless. They destroyed all the other species that began evolving along with themselves, and when they'd killed them all they started on each other. But some little groups managed to hide. What would Spiders look like, if they had evolved along the same lines? Those great hunters developing technology, weapons, martial skills and learning....magic! Their time has come, Spain is weak, they will rule and feast on their greatest tormentors. Spain's only hope is the current Sorcerer Supreme, one of their greatest enemies, Sir Francis Walsingham!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99


TALES FROM THE CRYPT #5
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Plot by MCGAFFER
Art by ART ADAMS
“BRING OUT YOUR DEAD!”
Sometimes it's just not your resurrection! Solomon Kane was trying to bring back the Duke of Monmouth, after all he felt a bit bad about killing him. But word has got round about the Duke's imminent return. It seems there's some local goblins who he owes a few months wages to and of course the pack of werewolves that he liked to hunt for fun want a few words too. All Solomon wanted to do was say sorry for cutting off his head, he'd lost his temper after the Duke tried to run him through when Solomon accused him of being the Black Wiccan. So he would apologise, what happened afterwards with the Goblins and the werewolves was completely out of his hands.
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99



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