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Lovecraft Comics
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This list consists of published comic adaptations of Lovecraft’s works, and not those numerous comics which are merely inspired by Lovecraft. Also, this list does not include illustrated versions of Lovecraft’s stories and poems, abridged or not, though such items may appear here if they are included in a larger collection of comic works.
     Differences between the title of the comic and that of Lovecraft’s original work—no matter how minor—are indicated by the title of the latter appearing in parentheses after the title of the former. Also note that those items that are followed by an asterisk also appear in at least one other collection listed here. For additional information also see Brian Lingard’s H.P. Lovecraft in the Comics and Miskatonic University’s H.P. Lovecraft in the comics.
  • Anything Goes!, no. 4, May 1987, The Comics Journal. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The White Ship”, Alec Stevens, 8 pages (p. 8–15).
  • Asylum, no. 3, 1993, Borderlands/Millennium. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Red Hook Horror” (“The Horror at Red Hook”), Sean Shaw and Scott Rockwell, 2 pages (p. 40–41).
  • At the Mountains of Madness, 2010, SelfMadeHero. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • At the Mountains of Madness, I.N.J. Culbard, 118 pages (p. 7–124).
  • Bedlam, no. 5, 2004, Chimera Arts.
    • “The Festival”, Grant Margetts, 4 pages (p. 33–36).*
  • Bernie Wrightson: Master of the Macabre, vol. 1, no. 2, August 1983, Pacific Comics. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Cool Air”, Bernie Wrightson, 7 pages (p. 11–17).*
  • Blood Gothic, no. 2, 1994, FantaCo. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “H.P. Lovecraft’s The Alchemist” (“The Alchemist”), Dave Stephenson, 8 pages (p. 8–15).
  • Cannibal Culture, no. 1, Spring 1998.
    • “Astrophobos”, Toren G. Atkinson, 1 page (p. 10).
  • The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, 2012, SelfMadeHero. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, I.N.J. Culbard, 120 pages (p. 5–124).
  • Chamber of Darkness, vol. 1, no. 5, June 1970, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Music from Beyond!” (“The Music of Erich Zann”); Roy Thomas, Johnny Craig, and Artie Simek; 7 pages (p. 10–12, 14–15, 18–19).*
  • The Cosmical Horror of H.P. Lovecraft: A Pictorial Anthology, 1991, Glittering Images. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Baby...It’s Cold Inside!” (“Cool Air”), Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein, 7 pages (p. 51–57).*
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 80–89).*
    • “Cool Air”, Bernie Wrightson, 7 pages (p. 101–107).*
  • Creepy, no. 21, July 1968, Warren. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Bob Jenney, 10 pages (p. 5–14).*
  • Creepy, no. 113, November 1979, Warren. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Cool Air”, Bernie Wrightson, 7 pages (p. 34–40).*
  • Creepy Comics, no. 10, October 2012, Dark Horse. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Bob Jenney, 10 pages (p. 25–34).*
  • Creepy Archives, vol. 5, 13 January 2010, Dark Horse. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Bob Jenney, 10 pages (p. 15–24).*
  • Creepy Presents Bernie Wrightson, 2011, Dark Horse. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Cool Air”, Bernie Wrightson, 7 pages (p. 83–89).*
  • Cthulhu, no. 1, 2010, KettleDrummer Books. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Picture in the House”, Carlos Lamani, 8 pages (p. 40–47).
  • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath & Other Stories, March 2012, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The White Ship”, Jason Thompson, 12 pages (p. 1–12).
    • “Celephaïs”, Jason Thompson, 14 pages (p. 13–26).
    • “The Strange High House in the Mist”, Jason Thompson, 17 pages (p. 27–43).
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Jason Thompson, 122 pages (p. 45–166).*
  • Eerie, no. 62, January 1975, Warren. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Cool Air”, Bernie Wrightson, 7 pages (p. 17–23).*
  • Fantasy Classics, 2008, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath, Ben Avery and Leong Wan Kok, 47 pages (p. 96–142).
  • Fantasy Empire Presents H.P. Lovecraft, 1984, New Media Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Festival”, Bruce McCorkindale, 11 pages (p. 12–22).
    • “The Hound”, Jack Jackson (as “Jaxon”), 8 pages (p. 37–44; missing sixth page).*
  • From the Pit, no. 1, 1994, Fantagor Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 23–32).*
  • Graphic Classics: Edgar Allan Poe, fourth edition, 2010, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “In a Sequester’d Providence Churchyard Where Once Poe Walk’d”, Dierdre Luzwick, 1 page (p. 2).*
  • Graphic Classics: H.P. Lovecraft, first edition, 2002, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Herbert West: Reanimator” (“Herbert West—Reanimator”); Richard Corben, Rick Geary, J.B. Bonivert, Mark A. Nelson, R.K. Sloane, and Tom Pomplun; 22 pages (p. 12–33).*
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Tom Sutton, 7 pages (p. 34–40).
    • “The Outsider”, Devon Devereaux and Tom Pomplun, 6 pages (p. 41–46).
    • “The Shadow Out of Time”, Matt Howarth, 23 pages (p. 47–69).*
    • “In a Sequester’d Providence Churchyard Where Once Poe Walk’d”, Dierdre Luzwick, 2 pages (p. 70–71).*
    • “The Terrible Old Man”, Onsmith Jeremi, 5 pages (p. 72–76).*
    • “The Cats of Ulthar”, Lisa K. Weber and Tom Pomplun, 13 pages (p. 77–89).*
    • “Fungi from Yuggoth”; Stephen Hickman, John Coulthart, Maxon Crumb, Kellie Strøm, Allen Koszowski, S. Clay Wilson, Skot Olsen, Jeffrey Johannes, Steven Cerio, Gerry Alanguilan, Peter Von Sholly, Arnold Arre, Andy Ewen, Rafael Avila, Jeff Remmer, Trina Robbins, and R.K. Sloane; 38 pages (p. 92–129).
  • Graphic Classics: H.P. Lovecraft, second edition, 2007, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “A Memory”, Gerry Alanguilan, 1 page (p. 2).
    • “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”, Alex Burrows and Simon Gane, 36 pages (p. 4–39).
    • “Dreams in the Witch-House” (“The Dreams in the Witch House”), Rich Rainey and Pedro Lopez, 28 pages (p. 40–67).
    • “Sweet Ermengarde”, Rod Lott and Kevin Atkinson, 13 pages (p. 68–80).
    • “Herbert West: Reanimator” (“Herbert West—Reanimator”); Richard Corben, Rick Geary, J.B. Bonivert, Mark A. Nelson, and Tom Pomplun; 21 pages (p. 81–101).*
    • “The Cats of Ulthar”, Lisa K. Weber and Tom Pomplun, 13 pages (p. 102–114).*
    • “The Terrible Old Man”, Onsmith Jeremi, 4 pages (p. 115–118).*
    • “The Shadow Out of Time”, Matt Howarth, 22 pages (p. 119–140).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu, 2010, Transfuzion Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Call of Cthulhu” (“The Call of Cthulhu”), Michael Zigerlig, 64 pages (p. 9–72).
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu: The Festival, no. 1, 1993, Millennium Publications. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Festival”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 9 pages (p. 13–21).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu: The Festival, no. 2, 1994, Millennium Publications.
    • “Herbert West—Reanimator”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 3 pages (p. 6–8).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu: The Festival, no. 3, 1994, Millennium Publications.
    • “The Temple”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 5 pages (p. 5–9).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu: The Whisperer in Darkness, no. 1, December 1991, Millennium Publications. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Whisperer in Darkness”, Daryl Hutchinson and Melissa Martin, 17 pages (p. 8–24).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s Miskatonic Project: Bride of Dagon, 2008, Transfuzion Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Festival”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 9 pages (p. 18–26).*
    • “Herbert West—Reanimator”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 3 pages (p. 34–36).*
    • “The Temple”; Roy Thomas, R.J.M. Lofficier, Brian Bendis, David Mack, and Marcus Rollie; 5 pages (p. 57–61).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, no. 1, Fall 1997, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Part 1; Jason Thompson; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, no. 2, Spring 1998, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Part 2; Jason Thompson; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, no. 3, Summer 1998, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Part 3; Jason Thompson; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, no. 4, Fall 1998, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Part 4; Jason Thompson; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, no. 5, Winter 1998–1999, Mock Man Press. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, Part 5; Jason Thompson; 26 pages (p. 1–26).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Haunter of the Dark and other Grotesque Visions, 1999, Oneiros Books. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Haunter of the Dark”, John Coulthart, 15 pages (p. 3–17).*
    • “The Call of Cthulhu”, John Coulthart, 32 pages (p. 21–52).*
    • “The Dunwich Horror”, John Coulthart, 10 pages (p. 57–66).*
  • H.P. Lovecraft’s The Return of Cthulhu, July 2000, Cross Plains Comics. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Nameless City”, Esteban Maroto and Roy Thomas, 11 pages (p. 2–12).
    • “The Festival”, Esteban Maroto and Roy Thomas, 20 pages (p. 13–32).
    • “The Call of Cthulhu”, Esteban Maroto and Roy Thomas, 32 pages (p. 33–64).
  • Halloween Classics, September 2012, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Hallowe’en in a Suburb”, Jeffrey Johannes, 1 page (p. 2).
    • “Cool Air”, Rod Lott and Craig Wilson, 13 pages (p. 78–90).
  • Haunt of Horror, 2009, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dagon”, Richard Corben, 7 pages (p. 108–114).*
    • “The Scar” (“Recognition”), Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 120–129).*
    • “A Memory”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 131–138).*
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 141–148).*
    • “The Canal”, Richard Corben, 5 pages (p. 156–160).*
    • “The Lamp”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 162–171).*
    • “Arthur Jermyn” (“Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”), Richard Corben, 9 pages (p. 174–182).*
    • “The Well”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 190–199).*
    • “The Window”, Richard Corben, 4 pages (p. 201–204).*
  • Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft, 2008, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dagon”, Richard Corben, 7 pages (p. 5–11).*
    • “The Scar” (“Recognition”), Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 17–26).*
    • “A Memory”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 28–35).*
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 39–46).*
    • “The Canal”, Richard Corben, 5 pages (p. 54–58).*
    • “The Lamp”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 60–69).*
    • “Arthur Jermyn” (“Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”), Richard Corben, 9 pages (p. 73–81).*
    • “The Well”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 89–98).*
    • “The Window”, Richard Corben, 4 pages (p. 100–103).*
  • Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft, no. 1, August 2008, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dagon”, Richard Corben, 7 pages (p. 1–7).*
    • “The Scar” (“Recognition”), Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 13–22).*
    • “A Memory”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 24–31).*
  • Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft, no. 2, September 2008, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Richard Corben, 8 pages (p. 1–8).*
    • “The Canal”, Richard Corben, 5 pages (p. 16–20).*
    • “The Lamp”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 22–31).*
  • Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft, no. 3, October 2008, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Arthur Jermyn” (“Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”), Richard Corben, 9 pages (p. 1–9).*
    • “The Well”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 17–26).*
    • “The Window”, Richard Corben, 4 pages (p. 28–31).*
  • The Haunter of the Dark, 1988, Caermaen Books. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Haunter of the Dark”, John Coulthart, 15 pages (p. 1–15).*
  • Heavy Metal, vol. III, no. 6, October 1979, HM Communications. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Dunwich Horror”, Alberto Breccia, 15 pages (p. 17–24, 74–80).
    • “The Thing” (“The Statement of Randolph Carter”), Al Voss, 6 pages (p. 32–37).
  • Heavy Metal, vol. XVIII, no. 2, May 1994, Metal Mammoth. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “From Beyond”, P. Craig Russell, 10 pages (p. 46–55).*
  • Heavy Metal, vol. XXIII, no. 1, March 1999, Metal Mammoth. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Richard Corben (as “Gore”), 10 pages (p. 54–63).*
  • Heavy Metal, vol. 32, no. 8, Fall 2008, Metal Mammoth.
    • “The Stranger” (“The Outsider”), Hernán Rodríguez, 14 pages (p. 22–35).*
    • “The Music of Erich Zahn” (“The Music of Erich Zann”), Hernán Rodríguez, 12 pages (p. 36–47).*
    • “Nyarlathotep”, Hernán Rodríguez, 14 pages (p. 48–61).*
  • Horrific, no. 8, November 1953, Comic Media/Harwell Publications.
    • “Portrait of Death” (“Pickman’s Model”), Rudy Palais, 7 pages (p. 17–23).*
  • Horror Classics, 2004, Eureka Productions. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Thing on the Doorstep”, Tom Pomplun and Michael Manning, 22 pages (p. 4–25).
  • Isolation and Illusion, 2003, Dark Horse. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “From Beyond”, P. Craig Russell, 10 pages (p. 15–24).*
  • Journey into Mystery, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1973, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Haunter of the Dark!” (“The Haunter of the Dark”); Ron Goulart, Gene Colan, and Dan Adkins; 10 pages (p. 1–3, 5–6, 8–9, 11–12, 14).
  • Laugh in the Dark, no. 1, 1971, Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Wilfred Kreel: Seeker of the Strange” (“The Lurking Fear”), Spain Rodriguez (as “Spain”), 6 pages (p. 1–6).
    • “The Ter’ble Old Man” (“The Terrible Old Man”), Larry Fuller, 1 page (p. 19).
  • The Lovecraft Anthology: Volume I, 2011, SelfMadeHero. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Call of Cthulhu”, Ian Edginton and D’Israeli, 19 pages (p. 9–27).
    • “The Haunter of the Dark”, Dan Lockwood and Shane Ivan Oakley, 11 pages (p. 29–39).
    • “The Dunwich Horror”, Rob Davis and I.N.J. Culbard, 19 pages (p. 41–59).
    • “The Colour Out of Space”, Dave Hine and Mark Stafford, 15 pages (p. 61–75).
    • “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”; Leah Moore, John Reppion, and Leigh Gallagher; 19 pages (p. 77–95).
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Dan Lockwood and David Hartman, 13 pages (p. 97–109).
    • “Dagon”, Dan Lockwood and Alice Duke, 6 pages (p. 111–116).
  • The Lovecraft Anthology: Volume II, 2012, SelfMadeHero. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Pickman’s Model”, Jamie Delano and Steve Pugh, 11 pages (p. 9–19).
    • “The Temple”, Chris Lackey and Adrian Salmon, 15 pages (p. 21–35).
    • “From Beyond”, David Camus and Nicolas Fructus, 11 pages (p. 37–47).
    • “He”, Dwight L. MacPherson and Paul Peart-Smith, 11 pages (p. 49–59).
    • “The Hound”, Chad Fifer and Bryan Baugh, 13 pages (p. 61–73).
    • “The Nameless City”, Pat Mills and Attila Futaki, 15 pages (p. 75–89).
    • “The Picture in the House”, Benjamin Dickson and Mick McMahon, 11 pages (p. 91–101).
    • “The Festival”, Simon Spurrier and Matt Timson, 15 pages (p. 103–117).
    • “The Statement of Randolph Carter”, Dan Lockwood and Warwick Johnson Cadwell, 7 pages (p. 119–125).
  • LOVECRAFT In Full Color, no. 1, December 1991, Adventure Comics/Malibu. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Lurking Fear”, Steve Jones and Octavio Cariello, 24 pages (p. 1–8, 11–18, 21–28).*
  • LOVECRAFT In Full Color, no. 2, March 1992, Adventure Comics/Malibu.
    • “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”, Steve Jones and Octavio Cariello, 24 pages (p. 1–8, 11–18, 21–28).*
  • LOVECRAFT In Full Color, no. 3, April 1992, Adventure Comics/Malibu.
    • “The Tomb”, Steve Jones and Octavio Cariello, 24 pages (p. 1–8, 11–17, 19, 21–28).*
  • LOVECRAFT In Full Color, no. 4, May 1992, Adventure Comics/Malibu.
    • “The Alchemist”, Steve Jones and Octavio Cariello, 24 pages (p. 1–14, 19–28).*
  • The Mammoth Book of Best Horror Comics, 2008, Running Press Book Publishers. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Dunwich Horror”, John Coulthart, 11 pages (p. 353–363).*
    • “The Festival”, Grant Margetts, 4 pages (p. 423–426).*
  • Masters of Horror, no. 3, February 2006, IDW Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dreams in the Witch-House”, Part 1 (“The Dreams in the Witch House”); Ivan Brandon, Dennis Calero, and Tom B. Long; 22 pages (p. 1–22).
  • Masters of Horror, no. 4, March 2006, IDW Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dreams in the Witch-House”, Part 2 (“The Dreams in the Witch House”); Ivan Brandon, Dennis Calero, and Tom B. Long; 24 pages (p. 1–24).
  • Masters of Terror, vol. 1, no. 1, July 1975, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Terrible Old Man!” (“The Terrible Old Man”); Roy Thomas, Barry Smith, Dan Adkins, and John Verpoorten; 7 pages (p. 34–40).*
  • Masters of Terror, vol. 1, no. 2, September 1975, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Roy Thomas and Johnny Craig, 8 pages (p. 48–55).*
    • “Pickman’s Model”; Roy Thomas, Tom Palmer, and Sam Rosen; 7 pages (p. 56–62).*
  • The Miskatonic Project: H.P. Lovecraft’s The Whisperer in Darkness, 2008, Transfuzion Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Whisperer in Darkness”, Daryl Hutchinson and Melissa Martin, 17 pages (p. 23–39).*
  • Monsters Attack!, no. 2, October 1989, Globe Communications.
    • “The Outsider”, Bhob Stewart and Steve Harper, 6 pages (p. 31–36).
  • Naked, no. 3, 2004, Hot Cherry.
    • “The Festival”, Grant Margetts, 4 pages (p. 59–62).*
  • Planet Lovecraft, no. 1, January 2008, Lightning Strikes Twice Entertainment and Saturna Ink.
    • “The Nameless City”, Tim Sparvero, 21 pages (p. 32–52).
  • Planet Lovecraft, no. 2, April 2008, Lightning Strikes Twice Entertainment and Saturna Ink.
    • “Memory”, Tim Sparvero, 5 pages (p. 19–23).
  • Planet Lovecraft, no. 3, Winter 2009, Lightning Strikes Twice Entertainment and Saturna Ink.
    • “The White Ship”, Tim Sparvero, 15 pages (p. 28–42).
  • Planet Lovecraft, no. 4, Fall 2009, Lightning Strikes Twice Entertainment and Saturna Ink.
    • “Hypnos”, Tim Sparvero, 10 pages (p. 8–17).
  • Prime Cuts, no. 1, January 1987, Fantagraphics. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Outsider”, Alec Preston Stevens, 6 pages (p. 3–8).
  • Richard Corben Complete Works 3: Rowlf/Underground, January 1987, Catalan Communications. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Richard Corben, 10 pages (p. 55–64).*
  • Scar Tissue: Volume One, Scar Comics.
    • “The Festival”, Grant Margetts, 4 pages (page numbers unknown).*
  • Skull Comics, no. 4, 1972, Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Hound”, Jack Jackson (as “Jaxon”), 9 pages (p. 2–10).*
    • “Cool Air”, Michael C. Smith (as “M.C.S.”), 6 pages (p. 19–24).
    • “Pickman’s Model”, Herb Arnold, 8 pages (p. 25–32).
  • Skull Comics, no. 5, 1972, Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Rats in the Walls”, Richard Corben (as “Gore”), 10 pages (p. 1–10).*
    • “To a Dreamer”, Charles Dallas, 2 pages (p. 20–21).
    • “The Shadow from the Abyss” (“The Shadow Out of Time”), Larry Todd, 12 pages (p. 22–33).
  • The Starry Wisdom, 1994, Creation Books. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Call of Cthulhu”, John Coulthart, 32 pages (p. 69–100).*
  • strange AEONS, no. 1, Autumn 1997, High • Land Press.
    • “Dagon”, Calum Iain MacIver, 12 pages (p. 7–18).
    • “Polaris”, Calum Iain MacIver, 6 pages (p. 20–25).
  • strange AEONS, no. 2, Winter 1997, High • Land Press.
    • “The Tomb”, Calum Iain MacIver, 17 pages (p. 3–11, 16–23).
  • strange AEONS, no. 3, Spring 1998, High • Land Press.
    • “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”, Calum Iain MacIver, 13 pages (p. 3–15).
  • strange AEONS, no. 4, Summer 1998, High • Land Press.
    • “The Doom That Came to Sarnath”, Calum Iain MacIver, 12 pages (p. 4–15).
  • strange AEONS, no. 5, Autumn 1998, High • Land Press.
    • “The Statement of Randolph Carter”, Calum Iain MacIver, 9 pages (p. 3–11).
  • strange AEONS, no. 6, Winter 1998, High • Land Press.
    • “The White Ship”, Calum Iain MacIver, 12 pages (p. 3–14).
  • strange AEONS, no. 7, Spring 1999, High • Land Press.
    • “Arthur Jermyn” (“Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”), Calum Iain MacIver, 17 pages (p. 3–10, 17–25).
  • strange AEONS, no. 8, Summer 1999, High • Land Press.
    • “The Cats of Ulthar”, Calum Iain MacIver, 8 pages (p. 3–10).
  • strange AEONS, no. 9, Autumn 1999, High • Land Press.
    • “Celephaïs”, Calum Iain MacIver, 20 pages (p. 4–23).
  • strange AEONS, no. 10, Spring 2000, High • Land Press.
    • “From Beyond”, Calum Iain MacIver, 17 pages (p. 3–19).
  • strange AEONS, no. 11, Summer 2000, High • Land Press.
    • “The Terrible Old Man”, Calum Iain MacIver, 8 pages (p. 8–15).
  • strange AEONS, no. 12, Autumn 2000, High • Land Press.
    • “The Temple”, Part 1; Calum Iain MacIver; 13 pages (p. 3–15).
  • strange AEONS, no. 13, Winter 2000, High • Land Press.
    • “The Temple”, Part 2; Calum Iain MacIver; 14 pages (p. 3–16).
  • strange AEONS, no. 14, Spring 2001, High • Land Press.
    • “The Picture in the House”, Calum Iain MacIver, 18 pages (p. 3–20).
  • Strange Aeons, no. 1, Spring 2010, Eryx Press.
    • “Memory”, Eric York, 3 pages (p. 54–56).
  • Strange Aeons, no. 4, Winter 2010, Eryx Press.
    • “Dagon”, Tim Sparvero, 8 pages (p. 4–11).
  • Strange Aeons, no. 7, Autumn 2011, Eryx Press.
    • “What the Moon Brings”, Tim Sparvero, 5 pages (p. 9–13).
  • Tales of Voodoo, vol. 3, no. 3, May 1970, Eerie Publications.
    • “Demons and Vampires” (“Pickman’s Model”), Larry Woromay, 7 pages (p. 11–17).*
  • The Temple, 2008, Atmospheres/Emmanuel Proust Editions.
    • “The Stranger” (“The Outsider”), Hernán Rodríguez, 15 pages (p. 3–17).*
    • “The Music of Erich Zahn” (“The Music of Erich Zann”), Hernán Rodríguez, 13 pages (p. 19–31).*
    • “Nyarlathotep”, Hernán Rodríguez, 15 pages (p. 33–47).*
    • “The Nameless City”, Hernán Rodríguez, 15 pages (p. 49–63).
    • “The Temple”, Hernán Rodríguez, 15 pages (p. 65–79).
  • Terror Tales, vol. 4, no. 6, October 1972, Eerie Publications.
    • “Demons and Vampires” (“Pickman’s Model”), Larry Woromay, 7 pages (p. 35–41).*
  • Thought Bubble Anthology, no. 1, November 2011, Image Comics. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Hound”, Stuart Gordon and Tula Lotay, 6 pages (p. 17–22).
  • Tower of Shadows, vol. 1, no. 3, January 1970, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Terrible Old Man!” (“The Terrible Old Man”); Roy Thomas, Barry Smith, John Verpoorten, Dan Adkins, and Jean Izzo; 7 pages (p. 21–23, 26–28, 30).*
  • Tower of Shadows, vol. 1, no. 9, January 1971, Marvel. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Pickman’s Model”; Roy Thomas, Tom Palmer, and Sam Rosen; 7 pages (p. 1–3, 5–7, 10).*
  • The Vault of Horror, vol. 1, no. 16, December 1950–January 1951, EC Comics.
    • “Fitting Punishment” (“In the Vault”), Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein, 7 pages (p. 9–15).*
  • The Vault of Horror, vol. 1, no. 17, February–March 1951, EC Comics.
    • “Baby...It’s Cold Inside!” (“Cool Air”), Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein, 7 pages (p. 9–15).*
  • The Vault of Horror, vol. 1, no. 5, October 1993, Russ Cochran. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Fitting Punishment” (“In the Vault”), Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein, 7 pages (p. 9–15).*
  • The Vault of Horror, vol. 1, no. 6, January 1994, Russ Cochran. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Baby...It’s Cold Inside!” (“Cool Air”), Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein, 7 pages (p. 9–15).*
  • Weird Terror, vol. 1, no. 1, September 1952, Comic Media/Allen Hardy Associates.
    • “Portrait of Death” (“Pickman’s Model”), Rudy Palais, 7 pages (p. 17–23).*
  • Weird Worlds, vol. 2, no. 2, April 1971, Eerie Publications.
    • “Demons and Vampires” (“Pickman’s Model”), Larry Woromay, 7 pages (p. 18–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Arthur Jermyn, 1993, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”; Steven Philip Jones, Wayne Reid, and Susan Dorne; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Beyond the Wall of Sleep, 1998, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Dagon, no. 1, 1993, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dagon”, Part 1; Steven Philip Jones and Sergio Cariello; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Dagon, no. 2, 1993, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “Dagon”, Part 2; Steven Philip Jones and Sergio Cariello; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Dagon and Other Tales, 2009, Transfuzion Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Steven Philip Jones and Aldin Baroza, 24 pages (p. 7–30).*
    • “Dagon”, Part 1; Steven Philip Jones and Sergio Cariello; 24 pages (p. 33–56).*
    • “Dagon”, Part 2; Steven Philip Jones and Sergio Cariello; 24 pages (p. 57–80).*
    • “Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”; Steven Philip Jones, Wayne Reid, and Susan Dorne; 24 pages (p. 83–106).*
    • “The Statement of Randolph Carter”, Steven Philip Jones and Christopher Jones, 24 pages (p. 109–132).*
    • “The Picture in the House”; Steven Philip Jones, Rob Davis, and Susan Dorne; 24 pages (p. 135–158).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Alchemist, 1997, Caliber.
    • “The Alchemist”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Lurking Fear, 1997, Caliber.
    • “The Lurking Fear”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Music of Erich Zann, 1993, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Music of Erich Zann”, Steven Philip Jones and Aldin Baroza, 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Picture in the House, 1993, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Picture in the House”; Steven Philip Jones, Rob Davis, and Susan Dorne; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Statement of Randolph Carter, 1996, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Statement of Randolph Carter”, Steven Philip Jones and Chris Jones, 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: The Tomb, 1997, Caliber. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Tomb”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 1–24).*
  • The Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft: Volume One, 2008, Transfuzion Publishing. (Purchase from Amazon.com.)
    • “The Lurking Fear”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 7–30).*
    • “The Tomb”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 33–56).*
    • “The Alchemist”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 59–82).*
    • “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”; Steve Jones, Octavio Cariello, and Tim Eldred; 24 pages (p. 85–108).*
 
 
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