The Complete Illustrated History of the Skywald Horror-mood
Out of New York City in the early '70s emerged a series of black and white horror comics titled "Nightmare," "Psycho" and "Scream," Lasting only several years, these comics established themselves as something wholly unique thanks to the editorship of "Archaic" Alan Hewetson, whose dark and perverse in-house style became known as "the Horror-Mood." With many enduring characters and stories, "Skywald!" continues to stand the ravages of time more than a quarter of a century later. Long overdue, this book is the first to chronicle the amazing publishing house, its influence, and its top writers and artists. Told by Archaic Al himself and other Horror-Mood bullpenners, with plenty of anecdotes and features, "Skywald!" also reproduces in their entirety some of the best stories.
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And So Begins Our Tale A note from the publisher 4 Prologue To Horror
On writing for Skywald
Fredric Wertham MD 52 Hewetson José Gual Scream 1
Creating the HorrorMood
Classic Horror Adaptations
Skywalds color comics
An Interview With Pablo Marcos
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