10 pgs. Appeared first time [COLOR] in The Raven and the Red Death (2013). Reprinted [COLOR] in Edgar Allan Poe’s Spirits of the Dead (2014).
Story: Edgar Allan Poe. Adapt./Art/Color: Richard Corben (no signature). Lettering printed (Nate Piekos of Blambot®).
Czech Republic [CZ]: as “The Raven [III] [CZ]” in Duchové mrtvých (2016).
France [FRA]: as “The Raven [III] [FRA]” in Esprit des morts (2015).
Germany [GER]: as “Der Rabe [III]” in Edgar Allan Poes: Geister der Toten (2005).
Style: Black line with digital colors. Genre: Horror. Time Span: Gothic past. Nudity: Voluptuous girl.
Keywords: Raven. Beloved. Demon. Monster. Picture. Bust. Death. Blood. Lamplight. Shadow. Dying. Lost. Mag the Hag.
Story Origin: Edgar Allan Poe poem, “The Raven”.
Synopsis: A classical (third!) rerun of old story by Edgar Allan Poe. Raven comes in and thus quoth the raven, “nevermore”. The third adaptation is as bloody as the other story in the book.
Comment: This is not the first time Mr. Corben reruns his old comic stories. A new version contains same details: same house, same guy with sideburn, but the interpretation is fresh and new. Even raven is more modern than in the first version.
Special: The story appeared first time for Warren, “Raven”, and after that in B&W for Haunt of Horror by Max Comics (Marvel), “Raven [II]”.
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Created: November 1, 2013. Last updated: May 26, 2019 at 18:39 pm