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Cable #7 [COMICS]

Marvel. Oct. 1, 2008. 32 pgs. $2.99. [wmarvel].
Front Cover Art: “Cable #7 [Zombie Variant]” [PICT]
Written by Duane Swierczynski; Pencils by Ariel Olivetti; Cover Pencils by Richard Corben; Cover by Ariel Olivetti & Richard Corben; Colors by José Villarrubia (NOT Ariel Olivetti as mentioned on Marvel web site).

Les Cahiers de la Bande Dessinée #89 [GUIDE][FRA]

June 1990. In French. [msu].
Pg 14: “Ficelé”. Brief review of: Den: La Cité des Bruits

Les Cahiers de la BD #6 [GUIDE][FRA]

Jan-March 2019. 192 pgs. In French. [facebook,].
Pgs 86-115: “Cachier monographique [Richard Corben]” (30 pgs):

  • Pgs 92-103: “Un singulier créateur de formes: Richard Corben” (12 pgs)
  • Pg 100: “5 BD de Corben à lire avant l’alliénation” (1 pg): Variation, Collaboration, Invention, Fondation, Citation
  • Pgs 104-107: “Du détail érotique et morbide considéré comme un des beaux-arts” (4 pgs)
  • Pgs 108-109: “Le mystère des 1res images de Corben enfin décrypté” (2 pgs)
  • Pgs 110-115: “Restaurer Corben en quatre leçons” (6 pgs)

Pg 87: “Twilight of the Dogs”. Color. Full pager.
Pg 88: The cover of Anomaly #4 (1972) with indies. Color. Full pager.
Pg 89: The cover of Grim Wit #1 (1972) with indies. Color. Full pager.
Pg 90: The cover of Grim Wit #2 (1973) with indies. Color.  Full pager.
Pg 91: The cover of Up from the Deep #1 (1971) with indies. Color. Full pager.
Pg 92: A photo of Richard Corben. B&W.
Pg 94: “Midnight Battle”. B&W.
Pgs 96-97: “Robot Worm”. Color. A spread.
Pg 98: “My feet went from under me.” Color.
Pg 99: The original art plate from the story, “Top to Bottom” (pg 1). Color. Pager.
Pg 100: A collection of five of the recent book covers.
Pg 101: A pager from the story, “Rip in Time” (Chapter 3, pg 10). B&W.
Pg 102: A page from the story, “Judas” (pg 1). Color. No texts.
Pg 103: “His Master’s Voice”. Color. Pager.
Pg 104: “Pilgor’s and Ammora’s Happy Ending“. B&W. Pager.
Pg 105: “Gorilla with Wings”. B&W.
Pg 106: A page from the story, “Rowlf” (pg 4). B&W.
Pg 107: A page from the story, “Duel of Titans” (pg 1). B&W.
Pg 108: The original artplate of “Treed by Triceratops“. Color.
Pg 109: “Treed by Triceratops“. Color. Pager.
Pg 110: “Lizard Girl”. Color. Pager.
Pg 111: A sample from the story, “Bright Eyes” (pg 7), three different brightness versions. B&W.
Pg 112: A sample frame from the story, “Within You… Without You” (pg 4), both uncensored and censored version. B&W.
Pg 112: A sample frame from the story, “You’re a Big Girl Now” (pg 1), three different versions. Color.
Pg 112: A sample frame from the story, “Childhood’s End” (pg 5), four different color versions. Color.
Pg 113: A sample page from the story, “Childhood’s End” (pg 5). Color. Pager.
Pg 114: A sample page from the story, “Indeep” (pg 1, prologue). B&W. Pager.
Pg 115: A sample page from the story, “Indeep” (pg 2). Color. Pager.

California Comics #3 [COMICS]

Jan. 1977. California Comics. 7″x10-1/4″. $2.00. 40 pages. Cover: glossy color. Guts: newsprint, except for 4 page glossy color centerfold. [oug,ober].
Centre pages (pgs 20-21): “The Corbou Girl” (FiF, pg 13) [PICT]

Capa-Alpha #72 [FANZINE]

(?) 197?. [ober,mocba].
Richard Corben included (cf. next!).

Capa-Alpha [additional stapled mimeograph of Corben Index] [FANZINE]

1972. 7 sheets (i.e. 14 pages). Print run of +/– 110. Compiled and produced by Charles Schreck. [ebay].
Both Covers (same): “Castle and Riding Horsemen” [PICT]
Insides list Corben items. 

Carlsens store tegneserieleksikon [GUIDE][DK]

1996. By Anders Hjorth-Jørgensen. Hard Bound. Carlsen Comics, Denmark. In Danish. [håkan].
Pgs 53-54: Entry/profile on Richard Corben. Small photo, single panel excerpt from “Rowlf”.
Apparently this book is based on a German book.

Cartoonist Profiles #15 [GUIDE]

Sept. 1972. Cartoonist Profiles, Inc.: P.O. Box 325, Fairfield CT 06430. [ober].
Pg 63: Full first page excerpt of “Rowlf”; Richard Corben awarded “Outstanding New Talent” at 2nd Annual Awards Dinner of the Academy of Comic Book Arts

Cartoonists & Illustrators Portfolio Volume 2 [GUIDE]

(?) 1978. Supergraphics. 66 pgs. [ober].
No Richard Corben content.
He is merely listed with many others on the last page.

Catalan Communications Catalog [PUBLICATION]

1989. Catalan Communications. [scheiman].
Set of 6 postcards (pict).

The Centrifugal Rickshaw Dancer [NOVEL]

Nov. 1985. By William John Watkins. Paperback. Questar / Popular Library. $2.95. 233 pgs. [ober,isfdb].
Cover Art: “Electric Canes” (Art1, pg 35) [PICT]

Cerebus #146 [PUBLICATION]

May 1991. Aardvark-Vanaheim, Inc. [stu,ober].
“A Cerebus Preview”, by Dave Sim. Shortly (2 pgs) about Richard Corben, followed by 8 first pages of actual comic art of “Horror in the Dark” No. 1 (June 1991) [PICT][PICT]


Chacal #1 [MAGAZINE]

Winter 1976. Byron L. Roark, Arnie Fenner (editors). Nemedian Chronmicles; Shawnee Mission, KS. $3.50. 60 pgs. [ober,isfdb].
Back Cover Art: “Daemon” (FiF, pg 29) [PICT]

The Chasm of Doom [GAME]

Oct. 1985. By Joe Dever & Gary Chalk. Lone Wolf Gamebook #4. Paperback. The American edition: Berkley/ Pacer. US$2.95. [demian,ober].
The cover of the British original edition not by Richard Corben. Interior illustrations by Gary Chalk. [Demian’s Gamebook Web Page].
Cover Art: “The Chasm of Doom” [PICT]

Children of the Light [NOVEL]

May 1987. By Susan B. Weston. Paperback. St Martin’s Press. $3.50. 262 pgs. [ober,isfdb].
Cover Art: “Children of the Light” [PICT]

Choose Your Own Adventure #70 [NOVEL]

Christie’s East Comic Collectibles Catalogue [GAME]

Nov. 1983. By Steve Jackson (UK). Fighting Fantasy Gamebook #2. Paperback. The American edition: Dell. US$1.95. [demian,ober].
The cover of the British original edition not by Richard Corben. Interior illustrations by Russ Nicholson. [Demian’s Gamebook Web Page].
Cover Art: “Magic Sword” [PICT]

Christie’s East Comic Collectibles Catalogue [GUIDE]

(?) Oct. 31st, 1992. [ober].
Item 300a: “Tars Tarkas with Sword and Pistol” (FiF, pg 17)


Norma Editorial. 500 pesetas. In Spanish. [esmania].
“Visiones de Arzach”. Plate “The Rock of Everlasting Despare”. First print in Legends of Arzach #4 (1992). Also printed in Spanish as separate portfolio Visiones de Arzach.

The Citadel of Chaos [GAME]

Nov. 1983. By Steve Jackson (UK). Fighting Fantasy Gamebook #2. Paperback. The American edition: Dell. US$1.95. [demian,ober].
The cover of the British original edition not by Richard Corben. Interior illustrations by Russ Nicholson. [Demian’s Gamebook Web Page].
Cover Art: “Magic Sword” [PICT]

City of Thieves [GAME]

July 1984. By Ian Livingstone. Fighting Fantasy Gamebook #5. The American edition: Dell. US$1.95. [demian,ober].
The cover of the British original edition not by Richard Corben. Interior illustrations by Iain McCaig. [Demian’s Gamebook Web Page].
Cover Art: “Zanbar Bone and His Bloodthirsty Moon Dogs” [PICT]

Classic Rock #04/2022 (April) [GER] [MAGAZINE]

D€7.50. A€8,50. [sebastian].
Cover Art: “Bat Out of Hell” [FiF, pgs 164-165art2, pg 37].
Pg 36: The original “Bat Out of Hell” record cover as thumbnail

Collage #9 [PUBLICATION]

225, S.F.C.A., 9875 SW 212 St., Miami FL 33157. Sept. 1971. 65¢. [ober].
Cover Art: “Fiend with Talons” [FiF, pg 197] [PICT]
Here says “Copyright 1970 by “Mount To the Stars”.

Collecting Edgar Rice Burroughs [PUBLICATION]

Glenn Erardi. Paperback. 144 pgs. Schiffer. 8″x11″. Color. 2000 print run. [ober,wbp].
No Richard Corben content.
As stated in advertising.


1975. Biblioteca cultural #30. By Milagros Arizmendi. Editorial Planeta. 18×12 cm. 160 pgs. [prades].
Pg 121: single frame from “Chance… into something confortable”

The Comic Art Collection Catalog [PUBLICATION]

1993. By Randall Scott Greenwood Press (Michican State). [scheiman].
Richard Corben bibliography of 25 book.

Comic Art Showcase #4 [PUBLICATION]

(?) 1975. Tony Dispoto. [ober].
1 pg: “Scratch My Back” (B&W) [PICT]

Comic Art Showcase #6 [PUBLICATION]

1975. [ober].
Richard Corben included.

Comic Book Artist [GUIDE]

1993. Radnor, Pa.: Wallace-Homestead. [msu].
Pg 106: Entry by Alex G. Malloy on Richard Corben.

Comic Book Artist #4 [GUIDE]

Spring 1999. Two Morrows. [id,ober,plogg].
Reprinted in The Warren Companion (2001).
Pg 41: “Self Portrait Caricature, Crewcut”. [PICT]
Pg 41: A strip of photos featuring Corben (with beard), Jim Warren and Will Eisner.
See pg 101.

Pg 42: “Within You… Without You”. Sketch. [PICT]
Pg 42: A portrait of Uncle Creepy.
Pg 43: A portrait of Cousin Eerie.
Pg 92: “Treed by Triceratops”. Sketch. [PICT]
Pg 97: “Lizard Girl”. B&W. [PICT]
Pg 101: Photo showing Eisner and Corben.
Warren threw a party for Will Eisner at the Plaza Hotel. Notes accompanying photos on 41 say 1975, photos on page 101 say 1974. 

Pg 105: “In Deep”. r[Creepy #101 (1978)]. B&W. Full pager. [PICT]
In this version storm clouds in the background; they are excluded on the color cover version in favour of a yellow background. Says that the cover was intended for Creepy 83 (1976).

Comic Book Artist #23 [GUIDE]

End of 2002. Two Morrows. 8″x11″. 112 pgs. B&W. [wbp].
Writer Harlan Ellison is interviewed and discusses his work in comics over the years.
Richard Corben included.
Others (in Harlan Ellison part): Gene Ha, Gene Colan, William Stout, Alex Niño, Neal Adams.

Comic Book Artist Collection, Vol. 3 [GUIDE][GOOGLE-BOOK]

By Jon B. Cooke. June 30th, 2005. TwoMorrows. 219 pgs. Paperback. [googlebook].
Pgs 104, 187: Minor text mention.

Comic-Book Book [GUIDE]

1998. Ed. Don Thompson & Dick Lupoff. Krause Publications. [msu].
Pg 15. Index entry on Richard Corben.

Comic Book Creator #28: The Comic Book Creator Tribute to Richard Corben [GUIDE]

Feb. 2022. Two Morrows. 160 pgs. Color. TPB and HB. [wwwtm].
Edited by Jon B. Cooke and José Villarrubia. For issue #28, Comic Book Creator presents a double-size book-format tribute to Richard Corben, the transcendent master of fantasy and horror, featuring testimonials from innumerable peers, collaborators, collectors, like SidSid Keränen, and aficionados of the late artist. Included is a comprehensive examination of Corben’s work, from his start in fanzines and startling debut in underground comix, to groundbreaking work in the Warren horror mags and worldwide acclaim in Heavy Metal, and ascendancy into European comics albums. We also examine his own self-publishing efforts with Fantagor Press and his Poe and Lovecraft-inspired stories for Dark Horse, as well as the man’s early dalliance in animation and the adaptation of his work in the Heavy Metal animated film. Edited by Jon B. Cooke and José Villarrubia, this is the definitive study of a visionary storyteller and master craftsman who elevated the art form to brilliant new levels, and a joyous celebration of his extraordinary life and career. (Counts as TWO ISSUES toward your Comic Book Creator subscription.)

Comic Book Rebels: Conversations with the Creators of the New Comics [GUIDE]

1992. Ed. Stanley Wiater and Stephen R. Bissette. Donald I. Fine, New York. Paperback, and Hard Bound signed and numbered (750 print run). 6″x9″. B&W. [ober,ebay].
Pgs 31, 39, 120, 125, 201: Richard Corben mentioned.
Pg 46: excerpt from Rip In Time
Pgs 47-59: “Richard Corben: Up From the Deep”. Interview.
Pg 49: “Rock Climbing”. B&W.

Comic Books as History: The Narrative Art of Jack Jackson, Art Spiegelman, and Harvey Pekar [PUBLICATION][GOOGLE-BOOK]

By Joseph Witek. Jan. 1st, 1990. University Press of Mississippi. 180 pgs. Paperback. [googlebooks].
Pg 53: Minor text mention.

Comic Crusader #7 [PUBLICATION]

(?) Richard Corben included.

Comic Crusader #10 [PUBLICATION]

(?) 1970. New York & Metro Convention issue. [ober].
Pg 27: “Den Kicks” (FiF, pg190, lower right). [PICT]

Comic Forum Sonderband, 100 Jahre Comics [GUIDE][GER]

1997. Harald A. Havas & Gerhard Habarth. 288+4 pgs. Comic Forum, Germany. Paperback; Hardbound version under name Comic Welten (1993). In German. [id].
Pgs 102, 105: About Schwermetall
Pg 178: About horror comics
Pgs 234, 238: About full feature Albums
Pg 234: Thumbnail of Front Cover Art of Die phantastische Welt des Richard Corben #1: Den 1 [GER], Die Reise nach Nirgendwo

Comic & Illustration Art Auction and The Frank Darabont Collection Set – Limited Edition (July 30, 2016) [GUIDE]

July 30, 2016. Profiles in History, CA, USA. Two coffee-table catalogues: Comic and Illustration Art (176 pgs), Frank Darabont (158 pgs). 334 pgs (together). Both 10.5″x14.5″. Matte paper. Limited of 1000 prints. TPB. $95.00. [].
Richard Corben included (9 lots): Swamp Thing #8: Missing Links (2004), the original artplate of page 2; Death Rattle [II] #1 (1985), the original artplate of the cover, “With the Dead [vers.2]”.
Others: Murphy Anderson, Vaughn Bode, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko, Mort Drucker, Will Eisner, Frank Frazetta, Carmine Infantino, “Ghastly” Graham Ingels, Jack Kirby, Roy Krenkel, Moebius, Mike Mignola, Eric Powell, John Romita, Sanjulian, Mark Schultz, Frank Thorne, Wally Wood, and others. 

Comic Media #8 (vol. 2, #1)

Dec. 1972. Nick Landau (UK). 32 pgs. 15p. [id].
Cover: Among others a small B&W pict from “Rowlf”.
Pg 10: “Richard Corben – an assessment”, by Tom Greeniones. 3 B&W picts.


(?) 1989.
Pgs 11-13: “Wanted: Richard Corben” by Wolfgang Brenner

Comics Between the Panels [GUIDE]

Sept. 1998. By Steve Duin & Mike Richardson. Hard Bound. Dark House. 500[+14] pgs. [id].
Pg 222: Richard Corben and Jan Strnad shortly mentioned in comment about “Den” in Heavy Metal – character who says “ugh” and “argh” and runs around surrounded by big breasted, naked girls.

Comics, Comix & Graphic Novels, History of Comic Art [GUIDE]

1996. By Roger Sabin. Phaidon, London. [id].
Pgs 106, 128, 151, 152, 154: Index entry on Richard Corben.
Pg 106: Thumbnail of Front Cover Art of Fantagor #3 (1972)
Pg 152: Thumbnail of Front Cover Art of Comix International #4 (1976)
Pg 154: Thumbnail of Front Cover Art of Epic #2 (1980)

Los cómics de la transición (el boom del cómic adulto 1975-1984) [GUIDE][SPA]

2001. By Francisca Lladó Pol. Glénat: Viñetas, #3, Barcelona. 153 pgs. 21×16 cm. B&W. Cover price: 9,02 €. In Spanish. [tebeos].
Richard Corben included.

“Comics Go Underground!” – Underground-sarjakuva vastakulttuurina vuosien 1967-1974 Yhdysvalloissa (akateeminen väitöskirja) [GUIDE][FIN]

(Transl. “Comics Go Underground!” – Underground Comix as a Countercultural Movement 1967 to 1974 in U.S.A., an Academic Dissertation)
Early summer 2004. By Päivi Arffman. Turun yliopisto, kulttuurihistoria (University of Turku, Cultural History). 460[+4] pgs. 7-5/6″x8-5/8″x5/6″. B&W. In Finnish. [id].
Good book, though Richard Corben has not much to do with underground here.
Pg 124: talks about Richard Corben‘s stories, “When Dreams Collide”, and “Rowlf”.
Pgs 136-137: more deeper the story, “When Dreams Collide”
Pg 138: an excerpt (pg 3, first two rows) from the story “When Dreams Collide”
Pg 151: “Your Sins!”. Cover of Weirdom Comix #14 (1971), Full page. B&W. (In index under name, “Darvc”!)
Pg 173: Richard Corben‘s story, “The Rats in the Walls” as an hommage for E.C. comics (pointing on ECish nickname “Gore”, storytelling and opening page layout)
Pg 178: an excerpt (opening page) from the story “The Rats in the Walls” 

The Comics Journal

Comics Kalender ’83 [CALENDAR][GER]

A daily calendar for 1983, featuring many artists, including Richard Corben, Enki Bilal, Moebius, Boris, Frazetta, etc. In German. [ploog]

Comics! Mangas! Graphic Novels! [GUIDE][GER]

Bundeskunsthalle, Germany. Six-part exhibition catalog for the exhibition. One book 8.00 €, all six 32.00 €. Exhibition started in May 2017, and lasted till Sept. 10th, 2017.
1. Strips. 2. Books. 3. Comics in Europa. 4. Manga. 5. Underground. 6. Graphic Novels.
In one of the books: the original art plate of one page of “New Tales of the Arabian Nights”. B&W.

Comics Scene #14 [GUIDE]

Aug. 1990. Starlog Communications International, Inc.; New York. $3.95. 8″x10-7/8″. 72 pgs. Color. [id].
Pgs 8-11: “Return to the Mutant Planet”. Critique by Scott Lobdell.
Article on “Son of Mutant World”. Quoting Richard Corben and Strnad, with several panels excerpted.
Pg 8: “Lizard and Mouse”. B&W.
Pg 9: “Dimentia and Ollie”. Color.

Comics, vom Massenblatt ins multimediale Abenteuer [GUIDE]

1996. By Andreas C. Knigge. Rowohlt, Reinbeck bei Hamburg. [msu].
Pgs 165, 166, 276. Index entry on Richard Corben.

Los comics, un arte del siglo XX [GUIDE][SPA]

In Spanish. [amic].
1 pg: article about B&W “Bloodstar”. One pict.

Comic Welten [GUIDE][GER]

1993. Harald A. Havas & Gerhard Habarth. 304+8 pgs. Comic Forum, Germany. Hard Bound; Paperback version under name Comic Forum Sonderband, 100 Jahre Comics (1997) In German. [id].
Pgs 102, 105: Richard Corben mentioned under Schwermetall
Pg 178: Richard Corben mentioned under horror comics
Pgs 234, 238: Richard Corben mentioned under full feature Albums
Pg 234: Thumbnail of Front Cover Art of Die phantastische Welt des Richard Corben #1: Den 1 [GER], Die Reise nach Nirgendwo

Comix (1960-1975) [FILM][USA][FRA][SPA]

Juli/Aug. 1979. Alejandro Vallejo (Dir.). Carmen Dominquez, Alejandro Vallejo, Maite Ruiz de Austri (Script). 28 min. Color. Available in English, French and Spanish. [web site The Roland Collection includes also preview clips!].
The film about the history of undergound comix includes interviews with Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Gilbert Shelton and Richard Corben, and features “Spiderman”, “Little Annie Fanny”, “Vampirella”, “Conan”, “Fabolous, Furry Freak Brothers” and “Den”.

Comix: The Underground Revolution [GUIDE]

Summer 2004. By Dez Skinn. Thunder’s Mouth. Foreword by Denis Kitchen. $24.95. 8″x8″. 288[+4] pgs. Text & full color (throughout) sample pages and front cover arts. Paperback. [id,wbp].
A comprehensive directory (pgs 274-281) incl. more than 1,500 comix. Bibliography (pgs 286-287) incl. all main Richard Corben comics (20 items, ad 1976 to 2002!), though Den is mentioned oddly volumes 1-5 from Fantagor (1984-92) PLUS Den 2: Muvovum from Catalan, 1984.
Corben (mostly brief mention): pgs 42, 44, 142,189 (caption – listed as pg 190…), 225, 227 (with photo of Mr. Corben), 235. (Pay attention, pg 140 is not credited for Mr. Corben at all, because no text mention in caption!)
Pgs 152-153: short chapter entitled as, ‘The “International” Rich Corben’.
Pg 120: “Bat out of Hell” (record cover). 3-1/6″x2-4/5″. Color.
Pg 140: “A World Peace Treaty…” (front cover of Slow Death #4 (1972)). 2-1/20″x2-7/8″. Color.
Pg 152: “Comix International Montage [#5]” (front cover of Comix International #5 (1977)). 2-1/5″x3-1/5″. Color. Other Comix International #3#2, and #1 as thumbnails.
Pg 188: “Horrible Harvey” (front cover of Nasty Tales #6 (1972)). 3″x4″. Color.
Pg 276: Thumbnail of Fantagor #3 (1972). Color.
Pg 277: Thumbnail of Grim Wit #1 (1972). Color.

Comixene #25 [GUIDE][GER][GOOGLE-BOOK]

Juli/August 1979. In German. [werist].
Pgs 14-16: “Wer hat Angst vor Richard Corben?”, by Achim Schnurrer. Reprinted in German Wer ist Richard Corben? (1982), pgs 39-43.

The Complete Book of Cartooning [GUIDE]

1977. John Adkins Richardson. Prentice-Hall, Inc. [ober].
Pg 106: Bloodstar illus.
Pgs 111-114: Richard Corben on airbrushing, with quote
Pg 112: excerpt “Slipped Mickey Click Flip”
Pgs 116, 118, 120, 122: Separations of “Fever Dreams” (the back cover art color plates by Richard Corben)
Pg 119: mechanical color separations
Pg 196: excerpt “Slipped Mickey Click Flip”
Pgs 197, 198: with Warren Publishing

Contemporary Graphic Artists Vol. 1 [GUIDE]

1986. Gale Research Co. By Maurice Horn. [].
Richard Corben included. Each lengthy entry includes a resume, biography and bibliography.
A great reference but was short-lived with only three volumes published. 
Others: Over 100 artists incl. Brad Holland, Bob Peak, Edward Sorel, Saul Bass, Milton Glaser, Dik Browne, Burne Hogarth, Bil Keane, Jack Kent, Jose Gonzalez, Dave Berg, Will Eisner, Joe Kubert, Joe Barbera, Faith Hubley, Jordi Bernet, RO Blechman, Kinuko Craft, Osamu Tezuka, Trina Robbins, Esteban Maroto, Thomas Nast, Eldon Dedini.

Conan La Spada Selvaggia #53 [COMICS] 

4/1991. Comic Art. In Italian. [marchesini].
“Curse of the Monolith” [FiF, pg 95Golden Age #7 (1971)Savage Sword of Conan #16 (1976)]“His Outflung Hand Struck…” [FiF, pg 93Golden Age #7 (1971)Savage Sword of Conan #4 (1975)]“A gorilla with Wings” [Golden Age #7 (1971)Savage Sword of Conan #4 (1975)]

Corben donner corps a l’imaginaire [FRA]

Der Corben Index – Ein Fanprojekt [PUBLICATION][GER]

The Cosmical Horror of H.P. Lovecraft [NOVEL]

1991. Glittering Images. Paperback. 9″x12″. 168 pgs. B&W. $60.00. [ober,wbp].
Includes a biography, excerpts of writing, and abundant artwork from comics, films, pulps, books, etc. Several complete comic stories are reprinted, along with some original corrected manuscripts. Quite a variety of uncommon material. Some nudity. Text in Italian, French and English. Import.
Richard Corben included.
Others: Hannes Bok, Virgil Finlay, Giger, Bernie Wrightson, Tim White, Guido Buzzelli Nicollet, Juan Gimenez, Andreas, Druillet, Battaglia,

Cozmic Comics #1 [COMICS] 


Critical Vision: The Best of Early Headpress [PUBLICATION][GOOGLE-BOOK]

By Kerekesslater, David Kerekes, David Slater. Sept. 1st, 1995. Critical Vision. Paperback. [googlebook].
Pgs 34, 49: Minor text mention.

The Crusades #8 [COMICS]

Dec. 2001. DC Comics, Vertigo. [ober].
Cover Art: “The Crusades” 

Crusades [ITA]: Seconda Crociata [COMICS] 

2003. Magic Press. In Italian. [marchesini].
See also Congo Bill [ITA].

Cover Art: “Crusades [ITA]: Seconda Crociata” [The Crusades #8 (2001)]

Crypt of Cthulhu #93, Vol. 15 #3 [FANZINE]

Aug. 1996. Robert M. Price (editor). Necronomicon Press, PO Box 1304, West Warwick RI 02893. $5.95. 56 pgs. A5. Fanzine. [ober,isfdb].
Cover Art: “Cthulhu” 

A Cry of Angry Thunder [NOVEL]

Oct. 1986. By G. Clifton Wisler. PaperJacks. Mass Market Paperback. [net].
Cover Art: “Indian Evening” 

Crypt of Cthulhu #95, Vol. 16 #2 [FANZINE]

April 1977. Robert M. Price (editor). Necronomicon Press, PO Box 1304, West Warwick RI 02893, Eastertiede. $4.50. 36 pgs. A5. [ober,isfdb].
Cover Art: “Walter Gilman Through Hyperspace [1977]” aka “Cthulhu” 

Cthulhu Codex #10 [NOVEL]

April 1997. Robert M. Price (editor). Necronomicon Press, PO Box 1304, West Warwick RI 02893. Eastertide. $4.50. 36 pgs. A5. [ober,isfdb].
Cover Art: “Azathoth [1997]” 

Cthulhu Hunter’s Address Book 1997 [NOVEL]

Toren Atkinson, The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, 302-1015 W. 13th Ave., Vancouver BC Canada V6H 1N1. [ober].
Includes Richard Corben illustration.
Never published (confirmed by Toren Atkinson); maybe he will do it in the future. [ed]

Cuando el comic es arte: Victor de la fuente

The Curio Shoppe #1 [COMICS]

March 1995. Phoenix Press. 32 pgs. [horner].
No Richard Corben material inside!
There was a story called “Nothing is Real” which was a rip-off from “Den” but not made by Richard Corben.

Copyright © 2002 Heart-Attack-Series, Ink!
Created: May 17, 2002. Last updated: March 17, 2022 at 20:58 pm

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