Creepshow Volume 2

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Image Comics
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6.46 X 9.92 X 0.63 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author
Garth Ennis began his career on Crisis, 2000AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, for which he wrote Judge Dredd, Strontium Dogs, True Faith and others. Outside of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic he is known for Preacher, The Boys, Hitman, The Punisher and a great many war comics- including War Stories, Battlefields, Out Of The Blue, The Stringbags and Sara.

Michael Walsh is an Eisner Award-winning artist and writer from Southern Ontario, Canada.

In 2013, Michael broke into comics with the Image Comics book series COMEBACK. Shortly after, Michael contributed art on a follow-up comic to the hit television series The X-Files for IDW. Then, in the following years, he worked primarily with Marvel Comics on superhero properties such as Spider-Man, The Avengers and the X-Men. He also adapted the Star Wars film The Last Jedi as a comic book mini-series. And created art for the DC/Dark Horse crossover event comic, Black Hammer/Justice League.

In 2021, Michael returned to creator-owned comics, creating the hit ongoing Image series THE SILVER COIN and the viral webcomic The Sleep Stories. In 2022, he released his middle-grade fantasy original graphic novel The Oates & The Elphyne, published by Humanoids BIG.

Becky Cloonan is a writer, artist, and self-publisher. At Image Comics, she writes SOUTHERN CROSS.
"Creepshow comes out of the gate running, or in this case, screaming and blubbering. Both stories feel like an homage to older comics and the legacy of Creepshow while offering unique tales worth getting lost in." -AIPT--AIPT "AIPT"
"A brilliant and disgusting love letter to the horror comics of old...the creative teams pay homage to its source material with tongue planted firmly in cheek." - Geek'd Out--Geek'd Out "Geek'd Out"