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7 pgs. Appeared first time [B&W] in Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #1 (2008). Reprinted [B&W] in Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft [HC] (2008) and [B&W] in Haunt of Horror (2009).
Story: H.P. Lovecraft. Adapt/Art: Richard Corben (no signature). Lettering printed (Jeff Eckleberry).

Serbia [SER]: as “Dagon [SER]” in Jeznovik #3: Leglo strave (2014).

Style: Greytones. Genre: Horror. Time Span: Present time. Nudity: None.
Keywords: Sea Accident. Surviving. Lifeboat. Hallucination. Altar. Sacrifice. Monster.
Original Art Plate: 27,8 x 43 cm [Source: Angoulême, 2019].
Story Origin: H.P. Lovecraft short story, “Dagon”.
Dagon: Dagon was a Philistine sea God mentioned in the Bible. Read more from The Catholic Encyclopedia. And from the Bible (1 Samuel 5:1-7).
Synopsis: A marine researcher gets into the sea and will be rescued by lifeboat more than once, ends up to the altar and hospital.
Comment: Delirious story is well captured. He used pencil greytones. Monsters and altar well done as usual. The window has an important role in this story, because the plot is about seeing and watching. And weather to believe or not what you are witnessing.
Animation: Dagon (1999), from the same short story.

Dagon, 7 pgs

Copyright © 2008 Heart-Attack-Series, Ink!
Created: June 17, 2008. Modified: March 11, 2017.

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