9 pgs. Appeared first time [COLOR] in Edgar Allan Poe’s The Premature Burial (2014). Reprinted [COLOR] in Edgar Allan Poe’s Spirits of the Dead (2014).
Story: Edgar Allan Poe, Adapt: Richard Corben, Art: Richard Corben (no signature), Color: Beth Corben Reed, Richard Corben. Lettering: Nate Piekos of Blambo.
Czech Republic [CZ]: as “The Premature Burial [CZ]” in Duchové mrtvých (2016).
France [FRA]: as “The Premature Burial [FRA]” in Esprit des morts (2015).
Germany [GER]: as “Lebendig begraben” in Edgar Allan Poes: Geister der Toten (2005).
Style: Full color with black line. Genre: Horror. Time Span: Gothic past. Nudity: Mag the Hag, a full frontal naked statue and a naked girl digged out of the grave.
Keywords: Death. Premature. Burial. Digging. Marriage. Chapel. Coffin. Fake. Soil. Alive. Boat. Captain.
Original Art Plate: 27,8 x 43 cm [Source: Angoulême, 2019].
Story Origin: Edgar Allan Poe poem, “The Premature Burial”.
Synopsis: A man lusts a girl but she wants to do it through marriage. Instead he arranges her to the ground and he digs her back alive.
Comment: This time Mr. Corben wrote a story more down the earth. There’s a fantasy level of the story as well. The story is a bit complicated but at least he’s got fun with digging a girl up and make her to run out of graveyard. Naked. The art is well done but you can find a bit tiredness for him for E.A. Poe adaptations. His daughter Beth did the most of the coloring. Fine work as well.
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Created: February 2, 2014. Last updated: April 12, 2020 at 12:07 pm