Tales from the Crypt #6: You-Tomb by Fred van Lente, Mort Todd, John R. Lansdale, Jim Salicrup
  

Tales from the Crypt #6: You-Tomb

Written by Fred van Lente, Mort Todd, John R. Lansdale, Jim Salicrup
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Synopsis

Tales from the Crypt #6: You-Tomb by Fred van Lente, Mort Todd, John R. Lansdale, Jim Salicrup

What could possibly be better than the latest collection of fear-filled tales introduced by the ever-punning Crypt-Keeper and his fellow GhouLunatics, the Old Witch and the Vault-Keeper? Well, how about even more stories than before? That's what you get when you combine the thrills and chills of Tales from the Crypt will the short and funny style of online videos! It's called U-Tomb, and it packs even more monsters, psychos, vampires, werewolves, and zombies into the pages of Tales from the Crypt than ever before!

About the Author

Fred Van Lente is a multifaceted writer whose award-winning body of work includes Iron Man, The Fantastic Four, Action Philosophers, Incredible Hercules, and The Silencers.

Mort Todd, formerly editor-in-chief of Cracked Magazine, worked with Mad Magazine legend Don Martin. He has successfully launched and created original series such as Monsters Attack! and Protoplasman while running his own company Comixflix.

John L. Lansdale has written for Jonah Hex and has collaborated with his brother Joe R. Lansdale on numerous occasions, including other Tales From The Crypt comics.

Jim Salicrup, Editor-In-Chief of PAPERCUTZ and former EIC of Topps Comics, worked for 20 years at Marvel as Editor of The Uncanny X-Men where he oversaw the Jean Grey/Phoenix saga. He also collaborated with Todd MacFarlane on the best-selling Spiderman #1 and has worked on titles ranging from The Lone Ranger, to working as the writer and voice of Stan Lee's Evil Clone. He is on the board of trustees of the New York Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (Mocca).

Steve Mannion is an accomplished comic book illustrator, writer, and inker. He has written and illustrated The Bomb miniseries for Atom Bomb Comics as well as Nuestrasiva Zorka. Past work includes Batman: Gotham Knights, Captain America, and Detective Comics.

Chris Noeth is a German-born artist who started out as a video game designer before moving to working simultaneously in comics and gaming. Asides from Tales From the Crypt, he is currently working on It Came from Beneath the Sea...Again! as well as teaching at the University of Applied Sciences in Wuerzberg, Germany.

Rick Parker has worked as a writer, colorist, inker, and penciller throughout his impressively prolific career in comics. Past titles include Captain America, The Amazing Spiderman, Daredevil, What If?, The Toxic Avenger, and numerous other highly successful books

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: 10+

Author

Fred van Lente, Mort Todd, John R. Lansdale, Jim Salicrup
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Publisher

Papercutz

Publication date

10th March 2009

ISBN

9781597071369


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