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Alone; The Murders In The Rue Morgue; To Violet Vane; The Facts In The Case of M. Valdemar; A Dream Within A Dream; Berenice; Eldorado; Hop-Frog; The Oval Portrait; The Man of the Crowd; Spirits of the Dead; King Pest; The Tell-Tale Heart; The Masque of the Red Death; The Conqueror Worm
Horror and mystery stories of Poe are given the graphic treatment.
Writers, Adapters, & Artists:
Edgar Allan Poe, Antonella Caputo, Rod Lott, Rich Rainey, Michael Manning, Reno Maniquis, Lisa K. Weber, Brad Teare, Nelson Evergreen, Molly Kiely, Leong Wan Kok, Craig Wilson, Stan Shaw, Anton Emdin, Roger Langridge, Andy Ewen, Ronn Sutton, Maxon Crumb, Tom Pomplun, Neale Blanden, Benjamin Wright, & Glenn Smith
Just in time for Halloween, Graphic Classics
comes out with its second collection of Edgar Allan Poe
tales, so there are many smaller, more obscure stories in this one. Although, funnily enough, the stand out is possibly the best known story, “The Murders In The Rue Morgue” , is also the best in terms of artwork and presentation. The story is paced well, and the art by Mantiquis
is just beautiful, which just emphasizes the gruesomeness of the tale.
I was also happy to see a colorized version of Hop-Frog, a truly creepy story of revenge, with