Originally Posted by Workshed
Been digging Eerie Vol. 8. The artwork in these and the newer Creepy volumes has a very European influence, and I really enjoyed the "Stranger in Hell" story in the Eerie volume.
There's also a "definitive collection" of Bernie Wrightson's work from Creepy and Eerie from Dark Horse. B&W and color pages, covers, etc.
I bought a number of volumes earlier this year but am currently taking a break. They're expensive! So far I own Creepy Archive 1,2,7-9 and Eerie Archives 1,2,5,6. I'll probably buy some more next spring or ask for a few for Christmas.