"THE IMP OF THE PERVERSE"
Although a number of reprints (foreign & domestic) appeared, it was a full 9 months before another new POE story turned up after CREEPY's pair of all-POE issues.
The story this time is the relatively-obscure "The Imp Of The Perverse".
It made its comics debut in CREEPY #76, and this may be the only comics version in existence, to this date.
Art this time is by Luis Bermejo. This was his 2nd of 2 POE adaptations.
Continuing with the score... this is the 21st out of 24 Warren POE adaptations!!
cover by MANUEL SANJULIAN (Warren Publishing / January 1976)
Adaptation by Richard Margopoulos / Art by LUIS BERMEJO / Page 51
And now, here's the reprints...
cover by MANUEL SANJULIAN (Garbo / Spain / March 1976)
cover by RICHARD CORBEN (Toutain Editor / Spain / 1980)
cover by RICHARD CORBEN (Semic Press / The Netherlands / 1982)
cover by KEN KELLY (Dark Horse Comics / June 2013)
Scan of CREEPY #76 from the Archive.org.
Special thanks to Patrick Ford & David Lawrence
for their help pointing me to that site
and supplying me a direct link to download the scans from.
Scan of CREEPY RINDE TRIBUTO A EDGAR ALLAN POE
from the Whakoom.com site.
Scan of EDGAR POE from the Mexifast.com site.
Scan of EDGAR POE interior page from the Monster Magazine World blog.
Scans of the CREEPY SPECIAL from the Catawiki.com site.
Scan of CREEPY ARCHIVES VOLUME FIFTEEN from the GCD site.
Restorations by Henry R. Kujawa
Read about Edgar Allen Poe at Wikipedia.
Read about James Warren at Wikipedia.
Read about Warren Publishing at Wikipedia.
Read about Manuel Sanjulian at Wikipedia.
See more of Sanjulian's art at his official website!
Read about Luis Bermejo at Wikipedia.
Read about Richard Corben at Wikipedia.
Read about Ken Kelly at Wikipedia.
Read about Semic Press at Wikipedia.
Read about Dark Horse Comics at Wikipedia.
Read about Vincent Price at Wikipedia.
Read about The Imp Of The Perverse at Wikipedia.
Read the complete story at the Poe Stories.com site.
Hear the Vincent Price recording!
See my Edgar Allan Poe overview at this very blog!
(Continued in Poe 1976, Pt. 2)