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THE VICTIM? WHEN...

"THE NIGHT RAN RED WITH GORE!"

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SIX

HORROR CLASSICS THIS ISSUE!


DUR COVER atmosphere Masterfully hinting st the and mood waiting within "The Night Ran

Editor-in-Chief

&

Publisher

JAMES WARREN

Artists This Issue

AURALEON FERNANDO FERNANDEZ ESTEBAN MAROTO FELIX MAS JOSE ORTIZ RAMON TORRENTS Writers This Issue

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"Get daring! Publish something for everybody!" Another great issue of VAMPIRELLA. Dwelling only on the lady -herself, must congratulate Flaxman Loew on a coherent and humorous script. I

even had

It

just

J

bought issue #33

of

a

plot

for

a

change, unlike the last half-

your fantastic magazine. Of dozen or so Vampi yarns. Jose J all the comics and maga- Gonzales is no slouch either, zines I've bought, I've never particularly the drawing techwritten a letter to the editors, mque on page 9, panel 5. How But yours is so great can about a full story employing never wait till it comes to my it? newsstand And don't even », LARRY BRNHHY mi mmdspendingadoilarforit W. Lafayette, Ind. I

I

loved the art in The Sultana's Revenge!" Jose Gonzales is fantastic! Also, the story, "Top to Bottom." by Jack Butterworth was very interesting. But my favorite story in every issue is always the lead feature, with VAM-

V

I

PIRELLA!

If

she ever starts

thinking about settling down, give her my address.

SCOTT ALJIM Hackensack, N.J.

JPtj

t5 That's sweet, Scott, but I'm looking forward to quite a few more adventures before even THINK about that.

VAMPIRELLA #33 wasn't your best, but you can't top all the time. Quality has definitely not declined, though. What is all this dissent over Vampi's artist? Jose Gonzales

yourself

did a fantastic job on

Sultana's Revenge." better story than

all

#32 was

the others, great.

,_.

VAMPI

Keep the

also appreciated the job

:n| col-

I

I

CREEPY & EERIE but

I

like

I

done by

Jeff

Jones and Bernt

Wrightson on the inside covers But the best thing about the book was Jack Butterworth and Rich Corben's "Top

are okay, yours better. Count

to

Bottom." Excellent, excel-

lent, excellent!

me as your number one fan!

t

u (

Thanks, thanks, thanks.

BUT I WILL CONTENT /MYSELF BV CONDEMNING HER

Most of your readers, judging from the letter columns of recent issues, would prefer to see Adam Van Helsing and his father return to the VAMPIRELLA series. Here is one

offering.

Enrich can turn out a dud such as the cover of #32. Jeff Jones again? You are me! More Jeff Jones! And this issue, there was the addition of Berni Wrightson! Fantastic. More! More! The Jose Gonzalez art this

was some

ish

which

his

of

vote against. The Van Helsings represent a line of development which, though once interesting, had

become more and more ing. In

story by Flaxman Loew great, particularly the shock ending. Very EC-like.

ethan

The was

Adolfo Abellan did a pretty good job on "Barfly." didn't even read "No. 37 is Missing" because it looked so bad. The Pantha tale was excellent as I

usual. Steve Skeates is a fine writer, don't lose him. Finally,

DuBay

Bill

like to say that is a great editor

I'd

and writer both! And, Vampirella,

I

love you. But doesn't

everyone?

ANTHONY DALEY Chicago,

III.

*, sometimes, Tony, wonder about CREEPY and ._

Well,

EERIE.

Which

artist of the Warren clan is unable to accomplish the difficult task of drawing straight panels, imbues his art with a lack of perspective, fills backgrounds with hastily

sketched subjects which lack finesse and has a total disregard for fine detail? Jose Gonzalez, of course. This man's low regard for artistic pride constantly

is

dence each

PIRELLA shows no his

painful

in

issue.

As

of

evi-

VAM-

Gonzalez

#33. sign

sloppy habits.

of

changing

One begins

to wonder if any other artists want to draw the Vampi strip, or whether Gonzalez has some unfortunate special hold

over the editors who allow him to mismanage what might be the finest of Warren's series.

As for other remarks about Loei Flaxi vrote an especially interest-

the

which is an improvement. The Pantha series is still on the upswing, but how long will readers really care about her origin? Rich Corben ing story,

was somewhat messy

with his

eye-pounding colors. "No. 37 is Missing" should really have been missing from the issue. "Barfly"

was purely average.

ROMAN GORSKI

Jk

Perth Amboy, N.J,

**

Which sounds almost

limit-

opinion, the recent m ;-e s&- es have ace _: ".

dam

J

ping the Van Hes"-gs First and most "oortait has been the lighter rg of Vampi's persona tj S~s i now bubblier, more sec- sw-

eated, a bit sexier ;*-aDuring the Va: e

be-

= 'g the readers *=-= ;~e : treated to page afte- ra=e ;-

fore. era,

Vampi

-

feeline sorr.

self.

Happily, this has a :~=-sed. She seems to hi.e ;: ==: accepted herself fc- *-;- =-e is, and her whole c: ::- ~ii improved. Not only ;:-e; = -e

smile more, but she "as =.=acquired a slight s"ea- ;f hedonism that fines e>r-ession in a taste for and creature comfori re: the impression Dra-- :- -;s

es;-^

somewhat Spartar z a :e ::— -as If an attractive maaround, VAMPIRELL- =-:'= than willing to exc =-e possibilities. All th s =e-.es to counteract the (h;c-=-_ • wrong impression that =— ~~ is a super-heroine v.": =t ssion is to destroy f-e :-:ee of evil. Despite the pe- s --=: constantly befall her srte s a

,

.:_"

basically just a health..

vampiressouttoenjo;. '= Another innovation - --5 -last two issues is one hope, will be deveics-er the future. I'm speakire ~ --e

-

I

blood-substitute serum . =— -•= takes. It will satisfy or Ehysical need for blooc'. --:--loodlust is a complete ,

.

dependent appetite, e.e-present, it will reassert rse 1 whenever she is subjected := extreme stress. If she is s-> gry or frightened enough, shs may attack anyone— friend or enemy, lover or stranger. The story possibilities here are endless. To conclude on

a

different

note: the subject of a VAMPIRELLA movie. Comics characters in film have a melancholy history. There was the awful Prince Valiant movie, for instance. And on TV, the silly

Batman and the

dull

Steve Canyon. The most cent

like PRAISE after the rest of your letter, Roman. You're entitled to your opinion, but most readers react far differently to Jose Gonzalez's art.

my

innovations

best,

anyway.

superior,

is

.

buy your magazine every chance get.

or stories going.

"The had

Flaxman Loew, also. "Childhood Haunt" presented the fierceness of Pantha ^jery well. And having her show pain at the end, because of her actions, was very good.

I

Like

It

VAMPIRELLA #33 was a lot The cover was another striking Enrich Sometimes though. better than #32.

spoiling

re-

perpetration, Wonder a textbook of

Woman, was

what not to do. If a Vampi movie or TV series is ever made, do it better than these.

BRIAN CADEN Cincinnati, Ohio


.

"Quality has not declined!" This is probably a little late, but am writing it now bethink about I

cause the more it, the madder

I

get.

I

I

am

re-

on

Congratulations

number one

NEXT

being

the black and white comics, and for introducing quality color. This is nice. But there is alfield

in

of

Roman Gorski and Richard Mayhew's letters in ways room tor improvement. have not missed an issue issue #31. am 26 years old and read your magazines. For of VAMPIRELLA, CREEPY, or me, there is no other artist EERIE, and now, THE SPIRVAMPIRELLA series IT, for a little over a year. EXCEPT Jose Gonzalez. have also acquired many of Those two nitwits know noth- the earlier issues. have been a comic freak and fanatic coling about fine art! for about seven years SGT. M.A. JOHNSON lectorand buy comics and renow, OffultAFB, N.M. lated media for the illustration. Frazetta, Maroto, TorJose Gonzalez is the only rents, Neary, Mao, Gonzalez, artist for the VAMPIRELLA Fernandez, Enrich, and Sanseries and his work is pracjulian are the reasons buy tically the only reason buy your books. Rich Corben too. the magazine. Your other artwould like to see a Warren ists are interesting, but that's science-fiction magazine. I've all. As to David Collins' suggestion in issue #33 for Rich been told that s-f doesn't sell orben to take over the se- and horror does. This is logical because if it were not so, ries, it would be disastrous. Jim Warren would be pubdon't care to see Vampi looking like a mirror-house lishing three s-f books. can't ferring to

I

I

for the

ISSUE:

MORE COLOR THAN EVER BEFORE! In

VAMPIRELLA #36,

TWO

of

we're bringing you not ONE, but the beautifully crafted full color sections that

have made

WARREN MAGAZINES

the talk of the

I

I

I

I

I

I

1

I

think would sell say what and what wouldn't, don't see would like to see more sales figures. However, if Vampi collectibles, too, but Warren listens to opinions of good quality. readers, (and he seems to if they're safest item to start with want to know them) then this I

freak.

I

I

only

The

would be mini-sized posters individual and stickers. Most of your variety. readers probably have several times more posters, pictures, etc., than they have wall space to display them,

It

casts

a

plea

for

amazes me how many

variations on an idea you guys can produce. Personally, m I

werewolves, mumvampires, zombies, witches, pyschos, and the trato see regular-sized reprints ditional supernatural ideas in of Enrich covers without logo general. They have been beatand overprinting. en to death. Finally, if Vampi ever comes Get daring! Publish someto films, don't use anyone like thing for everybody. Touch rather like new horizons. Let's have more Raquel Welch. and should welcome smaller tired mies, item's. would especially like

of

I

I

Miss Welch, but she does not look like anyone's VAMPIRELLA to me. And if saw her as I

Vampi, I'd be thinking, "That's Raquel Welch!" all through the picture. Besides, her voice is all wrong. It's best to go with lesser-knowns, especially where super-people are concerned.

pure fantasy. Science-fiction

and Sword and Sorcery ideas can be done only so often too, but juggle them around. Jeff Jones does some wild things. Turn him and your other artists loose!.

appeal to you because your company is among the most progressive in the medium of comics in America. Do i

for art's sake.

it

Rich Corben did a graphic

fcYou make some >

teresting

points,

very inArlene...

KNOW my

in an underground combook called ANOMALY a

story ic

voice isn't like Raquel's?

couple of years ago entitled, "An Encounter at War." I'd really like to see something

Best artist in issue #33: Jose Gonzalez. In spite of re-

that in color. Incidentally, really liked the last two stories Jack But-

But how do you

cent letters suggesting replaccan't agree. ing Gonzalez, His art is much

I

ful

like

I

terworth did

a great style of

i

its

Frank Jones do any inside stories? They are both masters. All the Warren magazines Will

in

conjunction

Corben. ("Top to Botmore beauti- with and "Wizard Wagstaff") tom"

than even Isidro Mones,

and has

Frazetta or Jeff

are fantastic, really look forward to them. I

also liked seeing Jeff Jones' in color in VAMPIRELLA

work

#32. Please never sacrifice quality to keep the price down. Warren magazines are a bargain for a dollar because there's nothing like them .

.

anywhere!

JACK DINAN

KEN MACKLIN

Dennisport, Mass.

Cotati, Calif.

VAMPI NEEDS SOME TLC Tender loving care? that too. But we're

Well, talk-

ing about the letters col-

umn. Send yours

to:

SCARLETT LETTERS c/o Warren Publishing Co.

145

New

E.

32nd

St.

York, N.Y.

10016


H A HAUNTED HISTORY OF

VINCENTE ALCAZAR THE OFFICER-TURNED ARTIST land.

VARIATION ON A THEME you follow our letters page, you've noticed much comment aooi_t artist, most of it testify. r-g t= - s being the "only artist suitable for Vampi!" And we'd be prettv *: "=J to go along with that. Since his debut in VAMPIRELLA #12, Jose -as indelibly stamped our lovely lady from Drakulon and her supporting crew with his very distinctive and personal style. Only once in alt that time has anyone else had a hand in the art, and it met with more than a few howls of dismay from rabid Vampi fans. This issue finds us somewhat steeled for another onslaught But it probably isn't going to come, thanks to a gentleman named Jose Ortiz. For this episode and the next, he is handling the art to give Mr. Gonzalez some well-earned vacation time. Mr. G. is the proverbial "impossible act to follow," but Jose Ortiz did a fine job of maintaining the necessary character and flavor, whilaimparting his own style. The result is a thoughtful variation, not a slavish imitation And we're betting you'll be pleased with the results. So, next issue, another tale by Mr, Ortiz, and then, in VAMPIRELLA #37, Jose Gonzalez returns and in full color, yet! Stick with us!

IfJose Gonzalez, our VAMPIRELLA

.

.

After putting in the requisite of several years as a starving, struggling artist, Vicente got his first job:

.

Illustrating war comics for Fleetway. And, he

sional.

Although

.

NEW YORK

1974

COMIC ART

I

he lives in the treacherous wilds of Maracaibo, Venezuela, Vicente actually flies to the even more treacherous wilds of New

.

knew

was time

it

to

change."

a dedicated profesis

.

.

admits, "when had killed the entire Axis army single-handedly many times over, I

Vicente Alcazar

.

.

So it was he began working on magazines like THE SAINT, STAR others. Additionally, he did il-

TREK, and

lustrations for science fiction books.

Looking to diversify,

Vicente headed for France where he drew comics about espionage and spies. But York City to deliver still he wasn't comeach and every job he pletely satisfied. So he does for Warren Pub- grabbed his portfolio lishing. and made for New But Vicente is used York. There, he showto traveling. He was ed his work to Bill Duborn in Madrid, Spain, Bay who, Vicente notes, in the tumultuous year "told me that would of 1944. And at the have a beautiful future age of 14, he remem- as a bus driver." Unbers following the fam- daunted, however, Viily tradition. "I was cente became a part sent, to Military of the Warren staff, School." And Vicente and now draws for the was well on his way to CREEPY magazine being a full-fledged regularly. Naval officer. But after His words .to many a year of training, the admirers? "My only

CONVENTION JULY4,5,6,7,8 HOTEL COMMODORE

I

once-and-future artist

wish

left the armed forces to study art in Eng-

my work.

is

that you like I

love

you

FOR INFORMATION WRITE

TO:

PHIL SEULING

BOX 177 CONEY ISLAND STATION BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11224 P.O.


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A PARCHED LANDSCAPE.


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IN

EXPANSE OF

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STORY: JACK BUTTER WORTH / ART: FELIX MAS


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A GRIM TIME, THESE EARLY ISOOIs... THE DOGS OF WAR RUN RAMPANT IN EUROPE, THEIR HOWLING FURV LEAVING NO ONE UNTOUCHED, STRIKING GOOD AND EVIL, RICH AND POOR, SUNDERING FRIENDS, FAMILIES... AND LOVERS... LOVERS LIKE HANS AND EVA...

..DARKNESS AND DESPAIR SETTLED. Then,

where

THE ONLY BRIGHT SPOT WAS THE LETTERS...

all had been

ROMANCE

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my absence

lasts, Ei/a, my sweet you wilt always have these letters.

"Read them under the trees which have witnessed our

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Take them with you to the grove, our grove..."

STORY AND ART: FERNANDO FERNANDEZ

us

Great- love since that f/rsf day we carved our names upon them...


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And most in the village do. but not all share in the compassion, the understanding,

some look on her with other eves. eves that in the night seek the illuminated window of eva's bed chamber. prying, EAGEfi EYES PEERING FROM DEEP SHADOW, LIKE AN ANIMAL WAITING PATIENTLY FOR...


NOW. EVA MAINTAINS THESE PILGRIMAGES FAITHFULLY, NOT RETURNING FROM THE GROVE UNTIL IT HAS GROWN TOO DHRK TO CONTINUE

HER PAILY

RITUAL...

/SOON.. SOON... HANS. .

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THREE SKELETON QUAY

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