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Name: Dave Billman
E-mail address: dbillman@cinci.rr.com
Comments:Nice work. Found this while looking for History of Warren Publishing. Looks like an enormous amount of work went into this site. Look forward to reading some of the indexes in detail.
Wednesday, March 9th 2011 - 12:05:14 PM
Name: Robert Hubbard
E-mail address: theregencyelf@yahoo.com
Comments:Nice page, lots of good work done here.

I take issue with one thing, however. You state that "..this right-wing government intimidation ... pushed the comics industry into forming [the] code."

This is not entirely truthful. The two men most responsible for the comic censorship, Fredrik Wertham and Estes Kefauver, were both liberal Democrats. The United States Senate Subcommittee that investigated the case was composed of two Republicans and two Democrats.

It would appear that you are blaming the whole thing on conservative republicans of the era, which is simply incorrect. You should probably update that quote so as to appear unbiased.

Other than that, great work re: the Warren era.

Robert Hubbard
Thursday, January 13th 2011 - 03:44:21 PM
Name: Carlos Mucha
E-mail address: carlosmucha@hotmail.com
Comments:I just want to thank you for the awesome work you do in this page, toobad I can't know your name to contact you and express this by facebook or something.

Tuesday, January 26th 2010 - 05:17:20 AM
Name: lord necron
E-mail address: gor117@yahoo.com
Comments:I remember the artist that drew the lady with full frontal nudity.
It was leopold sanchez.
Golden Girl
Issue Eerie#81
Sunday, September 27th 2009 - 11:01:52 AM
Name: Greg Chappell
E-mail address: tbolan69@hotmail.com
Comments: As far as I know, you are the only person I have ever heard of with this extensive of a Warren collection, besides myself (God, I hope that didn't sound pompous, but you will see what I mean later). I have been trying to collect EVERYTHING Warren since 1982. I would love to be able to compare notes with you - the underwear is impossible to find ... go figure.
I am on the road much, but would respond ASAP when I am home. In all honesty, I have been out of the hobby -actively-
for several years, but I am presently building a huge Library just for my Warren display and looking forward to gearing back up into "fan-geekdom" - so-to-speak-.
Thursday, June 4th 2009 - 12:06:10 AM
Name: chris bullock
E-mail address: minoataur@ntlworld.com
Comments:This is a great site, your love of the old Warren days is so obvious, second only to mine, i`m in my early 60s now and have been with Warren since FM and HELP arrived in the uk in the late 50s, the magic those old mags cast over that 10 year old kid, still remains, in fact it led me down the road of illustration, ie comics, book covers and homage commissions, many in the style of those classis mags, so, well done and keep up the good work.
Friday, April 17th 2009 - 03:13:48 PM
Name: jonathan merritt
E-mail address: gor117@yahoo.com
Comments:I grew up reading creepy,eerie and vampirella from age nine.
I had been removed from school by my father at age 10 and for the next five years the only life lessons and literary education I would receive would be from warren comics.
Since you also grew up reading warren a consider you a brother.
I have a trivia question for you.
when do we first see a frontal nudity from head to toe of a woman in warren. I mean one with pubic hair.
earlier there was a story drawn by same artist that did Allan Bane. cant remember his name though. but he was a great artist.
can you recall the story I am reffering to?
Wednesday, January 28th 2009 - 07:50:50 PM
Name: Jay
E-mail address: jmid2002us@yahoo.com
Comments:Thanks so much for this site and for your hard work.your brought back many memories of these great works.i have been very lucky in finding some EERIE and CREEPY from the early and mid 70's in some flea markets in NYC.
Thanks again for the site.
Tuesday, December 9th 2008 - 05:47:28 PM
Name: Jay
E-mail address: jmid2002us@yahoo.com
Comments:Thanks so much for this site and for your hard work.your brought back many memories of these great works.i have been very lucky in finding some EERIE and CREEPY from the early and mid 70's in some flea markets in NYC.
Thanks again for the site.
Tuesday, December 9th 2008 - 05:46:49 PM
Name: Rick Witkowski
E-mail address: roadstar22002@yahoo.com
Comments:Wow, I googled "the jackassers" (mis-remembering the title) because I remembered the basic story line from long ago, and stumbled across this site. "Night of the Jackass" was one of the most original, horrific series of stories that I remember to this day. I had a subscription to Eerie back in the '60's, and have many fond memories anticipating the arrival of each issue in the mail. Also, of going to the drug-store to buy the latest issue of Creepy, then later on, Vampirella.
I plan to explore this site in more detail when I have the time. Thanks for a terrific-looking homage to the Warren era.
Tuesday, October 14th 2008 - 02:18:25 AM
Name: Patrick "Verm" Daily
E-mail address: pdaily@sc.rr.com
Homepage URL: http://tftrn.blogspot.com/
Comments:Excellent site and some very good indexes. I'm a fairly recent devotee to Wold-Newtonry but having the Warrenverse stuff included in it makes this old fan boy happy. Though I never specifically collected the Warren mags, being primarily a science fiction fan at the time, I read what I could get my hands on as a kid in the 70's. Nice to get a synopsis of stories that I never got to finish. Thanks so much for the site! Keep up the good work and much luck and health to you in the future.
Sunday, July 6th 2008 - 12:57:17 PM
Name: Richard
E-mail address: Richj3@gmail.com
Comments:I was looking around for the story about the Hyde 25 drug for a little while. So glad I found your summary of the stories. I thought that was one of the best horror concepts and stories out there. Strange how it popped back into my head after almost 25 years or so. I will continue to read and enjoy the rest of your work on these pages.
Thursday, January 31st 2008 - 05:23:11 PM
Name: RobRock360
E-mail address: maximum_rob62@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://RobROCK@yaho360.com
Comments:very cool page I am a warren7skywald horror mood fanetic. good job.
Monday, October 1st 2007 - 04:43:15 PM
Name: Lucio Rubira
E-mail address: Lucio.rubira
Homepage URL: http://www.comicspace.com/lucio_rubira/
Comments:I am a Braziliam comic book artist and I would like to say that the Warren magazines changed my life.
I started to draw Sci-fi and horror comics Because the works of incredibly people like John Severin and Richard Corben among others and the wonderful stories of Budd Lewis and Bill Dubay.
Now those fantastic magazines are back with old and new stories
that will be soon published by Dark Horse.
Canīt wait to pretend I am reading them for the first time.
Saturday, August 4th 2007 - 10:52:37 PM
Name: pam buchanan
E-mail address: mcpcbuchanan@msn.com
Comments:I know this is crazy,but Budd Lewis is my cousin, I have tried so ways to locate him, I'm trying this route because I remembered he had worked on some of the Warren comics, if some one could suggest a union, or guild for illustraters inorder to locate a contact source I would be greatful--thanks Pam
Wednesday, July 18th 2007 - 02:14:35 AM
Name: Quiddity
E-mail address: mshea1@rcn.com
Comments:Great job! Hope you keep up with it. Would certainly love to hear your feelings on Dax, Coffin and Apocalypse, three of my faves that are not yet up. :)
Tuesday, June 12th 2007 - 10:26:58 PM
Name: friend
Comments:If you want to know more about former Warren magazines writer Bruce Bezaire, here's a start: he had a bout with cancer in the late '70s, was miraculously cured, became a born again Christian, wrote and illustrated a series of Christian comics called DAN RED EAGLE in the early 1990s, became a college professor of art, and is also a photo-realist painter. You can find many websites containing his Christian comics and paintings.

Now you know what became of him!
Tuesday, May 1st 2007 - 08:59:17 PM
Name: orhun
E-mail address: yakin5@hotmail.com
Comments:I just discovered your page and wanted to drop a line. I'll definitely come back and check it in a detailed way. I'm from Turkey and also planning to write a detailed piece on Warren's horror output that were published over here for a long time under the banner of 'Korku', that's 'fear'in Turkish since, just like you, I, too, grew up reading them and believe that they worth a lot praise in many ways. I just translated a piece dealing with the creation of Creepy and Eerie from English to Turkish for a magazine on comics in general. Well, thanks for the page and your devotion.


Orhun Yakin

Sunday, December 24th 2006 - 03:45:46 PM
Name: Budd Lewis
E-mail address: buddlewis@yahoo.com
Comments:Nice to see old nightmares never die...they just keep on being dreamed.

I'm getting ramped up to begin a radio show featuring old and new stories, chat, interviews, etc. It will be called "The Creepy Network". It's due to be up for Halloween 2006.

I'll let you know.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Bill Dubay, I'd appreciate the information.

Tuesday, June 6th 2006 - 12:15:57 PM
Name: T. Casey Brennan
E-mail address: tcaseybrennan2002@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://spectrummagazines.bizland.com/fccurrent2.chtml
Comments:I wrote Vampirella stories in the early '70s; my first story was in #5; I wrote the series in #s 17-21. I was interviewed on the internationally syndicated X-Zone radio show on January 3, 2006. You can still listen (for 30 days) by going to the shows archives and scrolling to this year's first show...


There's also a full biography on me in FOLLOWING CEREBUS #6, just released, and available at comic shops and Tower Records outlets internationally...see URL at...



T. Casey Brennan
Monday, January 16th 2006 - 11:15:14 PM
Name: Henry Covert
E-mail address: henrycovert67@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://n/a
Comments:Thank you for giving me an acknowledgement for our past collaborations. I appreciate it.

The site looks very nice. I will credit you in any WNU articles that reference any facts I may have gleaned here.

Wednesday, October 12th 2005 - 07:05:41 AM
Name: Mike Scott
E-mail address: unifan2001@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://www.geocities.com/unifan2001/
Comments:Excellent addition to the (too few) other Warren Publishing fan sites on the net! Really exhaustively covers the subject! Makes me want to go back an reread all these stories, again! Great job! Needs more cover art. (I would say that! LOL)
Monday, July 18th 2005 - 03:55:08 PM
Name: Den Valdron
E-mail address: valdron@cancom.net
Comments:This is a really nifty site with great links and a real affection and insight into materials I was only vaguely familiar with.

My lack of familiarity is not an obstacle to enjoyment, since the love for the material seeps through and makes the alien subject matter fascinating.

I suspect that I enjoy reading these articles more than I'd enjoy the actual Warren/Harris comics.

Go figure...
Tuesday, June 21st 2005 - 01:49:10 AM
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