It's Christmas time, and I'm afraid you may be getting a sweet tooth from too many sickly-sweet Christmas stories on your favorite blogs, so here at BLACK 'N' WHITE AND RED ALL OVER, we're dreaming of a red Christmas. From 35 years ago, I'm offering up a double treat in my CREEPY Cross-over -- two great Christmas stories, CREEPY style! Both stories from CREEPY # 59, 1973. One offered here, in glorious black and white, and another one in color at my home at THE BLOG AT THE END OF TIME! One story is about a Santa Killer, and the other story is about a Santa Killer...er, that is, one is about a killer who kills Santa's, and the other one is about a Santa who kills...oh, never mind - you'll see! Merry Christmas!
First off, here's an artist we've featured recently, Tom Sutton. I wrote earlier how Mr. Sutton was able to change his stylistic approach for each story, and here the chameleon-like artist delivers an interesting illustrative style. Don McGregor wrote the tale that delivers a happy holiday ending(Creepy style, that is)!
Enjoy this delightful selection, and if you're good, Santa may bring you a special gift tomorrow!
Here you go, here is...
NOT A CREATURE WAS STIRRING!
Remember, just click here to go to THE BLOG AT THE END OF TIME to see the second Creepy Christmas tale from this same classic issue!
CREEPY # 59 cover art by Manuel Sanjulian.