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  • This volume collects JLA 10-17, Prometheus (Villains) #1, JLA/WildC.A.T.s #1, and JLA Secret Files #2.
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Where is the Justice … League?: “Graphic novel” cataloging and classification Where is the Justice … League?: “Graphic novel” cataloging and classification Presentation Transcript

  • “Graphic novel” cataloging and classification William TB Fee Digital Collections & Authority Control Librarian Graphical Materials Librarian Disaster Response Librarian State Library of Pennsylvania PaLA Annual 2012, 10/03/2012
  • » A. Comic Book (“floppy”, monthly, serial)» B. Graphic novel (“done in one”, monograph)» C. Trade collection (reprint volume, serial monograph)
  • » new format reprint of a collection of formerly independent(-ish) items that are tied into a long run of an ongoing publication.» Serials, midway between the floppy monthly comic book and the monographic series.» Similar to a microfilmed or digitized reformatting of a journal.» One has to catalog the “thing in hand” while also being sure to tie out to the larger bibliographic web of connections and the serial nature of the original.
  • Must use Should use If time allows Research levelAnalytic cataloging 787 for serial record 700s for other roles 776 or 730 link to & 490/830 pair for such as inker, original version analytic colorist, series editor, etc.Serial level 505 for individual 505 $r for individual 505 $g originalclassification story titles responsibility for publication individual stories information100/700 fields for 490/830 for 700 $t/g (g iswriter, artist and storyline/event repeatable, t is not)cover artist for individual title/story responsibility521 Audience Local 650s (or 600s) Local 650s (or 600s) for other major for any other characters character that may be importantLocal 650s (or 600s)for hero/team
  • »You can do anything you want in your own catalog, for the good of the patron.
  • One Record to rule them all One Record to bind themOne Record to bring them all and in the OPAC bind them - With my apologies to J. R. R. Tolkien
  • 1. Collocates series2. Keeps items in the proper order3. Gives a place to display full holdings on the title, as well as more information on the individual volume4. Probably already exists on OCLC5. Classified on the serial level6. Proper order of volumes easily found 1. Indicia (originally published as …) 2. Cover gallery (back of volume) 3. Amazon 4. Wikipedia (See Justice League of America)
  • » $c in 245 ˃ Justifies 700 ˃ Expanded role in RDA (Rule of Three is dead, long live the Rule of Three) ˃ Et al. can still be used on local level ˃ If 700 is not justified here, justify in 505 or 700 $g ˃ Can be quite large ˃ 3 people make up the “author” of a comic book + Writer + Artist (penciler) + Cover artist + Book doesn’t exist without all 3  Example: 245 1 0 $a Absolute justice / $c Jim Kreuger, writer ; Doug Braithwaite, artist ; Alex Ross, cover artist. 700 1 $a Kreuger, Jim, $e author. 700 1 $a Braithwaite, Doug, $e penciler. 700 1 $a Ross, Alex, $e cover artist, $e colorist.  If artist or writer is someone of note, can be 100 (e.g. Stan Lee)
  • » Must use ˃ 100/700 pairs for writer, artist and cover artist ˃ These are the three without whom the book would not exist ˃ Must use relator codes or terms (MARC list preferably, with additions) ˃ Usually the writer gets the 100 due to tradition. Local need or predominant role may change that.» If time allows ˃ 700s for other roles such as inkers, colorists, editors, etc.» Research level ˃ 700 $t, $g for story title ˃ Can be used in addition to or instead of responsibility in 505 ˃ $t is not repeatable, $g is- use for multiple story titles
  • » VERY, VERY IMPORTANT» USE THE 521 (Audience)» Allows one to mark an item as All ages, Teen+, Mature, etc.» Can be checked by staff prior to circulation so that, for example, Johnny 10-year-old doesn’t get Zenoscope’s Grimm fairy tales» Would be nice if there was a pop up of the type when one buys cigarettes or R-rated movies- alas this is currently impossible with current generations ILS’s.» Helps to prevent challenges by funneling appropriate materials to appropriate ages» By its very presence shows the library cares
  • » Must use ˃ Name of team or main characters ˃ E.g., Avengers (Fictitious characters)» If time allows ˃ Name of other major characters ˃ E.g., Wolverine (Fictitious character) in a crossover with Spider-man, or Joker (Fictitious character) in a Batman volume» Research level ˃ Other characters who are important (e.g., a locally popular villain) ˃ Any character with more than two pages (especially if creating authorities)
  • » In AACR2, a character was a person if “capable of authorship”» In RDA, a person is a person, whether fictitious or not» Now a 600, not a 650» Simplifies cataloging and searches» Gives more structure to name» May mean that NACO participants can now create character subject authorities, speeding adoption. Still being debated by PCC.
  • » Use 490/830 pair to link analyzed item to serial record. Title: Creepy archives. Volume four / editor, Shawna Gore ; artists, Gene Colan, Wallace Wood, Angelo Torres, Jerry Grandenetti, Al Williamson, Roy Krenkel, George Tuska, Gray Morrow, Gil Kane, Frank Frazetta, Neal Adams, Reed Crandall, Jeff Jones, Rocco Mastroserio, Sal Trapani, Donald Norman, Steve Ditko, John Severin, Joe Orlando, Tom Sutton, Maurice Whitman, Roger Brand, Vic Prezio, Jack Sparling, Johnny Craig, Bob Jenney, Albert Nuetzell, Hector Castellon, Pat Boyette, and Dick Giordano ; writers, Archie Goodwin, Daniel Bubacz, Clark Dimond, Terry Bisson, Russ Jones, Rhea Dunne, Ron White, Raymond Marais, Johnny Craig, Craig Tennis, Len Brown, and Hector Castellon ; [original] editor, Archie Goodwin. 1st ed. Place of publication: Milwaukie, Or. : Publisher: Dark Horse Books, Date of publication: 2009. Additional format: Reprinted from Creepy (New York, N.Y.) Summary: Presents no. 16-20 of Dark Horse Comics’ "Creepy" series, which feature retellings of classic and modern horror stories, and includes an interview with editor Archie Goodwin with Steve Riggenberg. Notes: "Collecting Creepy 16-20"--Dust jacket. Audience: Teen+. Subject(s): Horror comic books, strips, etc. United States. Series: Creepy archives, v.4.
  • » Use 787 (Other Relationship Entry) to link serial record to individual items Library Has: v.1-4 (2008-2009) Notes: For holdings information and more information see individual volumes. Title: Creepy archives / editor, Shawna Gore ; artists, Frank Frazetta and others ; writers, Archie Goodwin and others ; original editors, Archie Goodwin and others. 1st edition. Place of publication: Milwaukie, Oregon : Publisher: Dark Horse Books, Date of publication: 2008- Related Work: Creepy archives. Volume 1. 1st ed. Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse, 2008 Creepy archives. Volume 2. 1st ed. Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse, 2008 Creepy archives. Volume three. 1st ed. Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse Books, 2009 Creepy archives. Volume four. 1st ed. Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse Books, 2009 Creepy archives. Volume 5. Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2009 Creepy archives. Volume 6. Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2010 Creepy archives. Volume 7. Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2010 Creepy archives. Volume 8. Dark Horse Comics 2010 Audience: Teen+. Contents: Volume one collecting Creepy #1-5, originally published by James Warren, c1964-1965 -- Volume two collecting Creepy #6-10, originally c1964-1965 -- Volume three collecting Creepy #11-15, originally c1965-1966 -- Volume four collecting Creepy #16-20 -- Volume five collecting Creepy #21-25 -- Volume six collecting Creepy #26-32. Subject(s): Monsters Comic books, strips, etc.
  • » The 490/830 pair can also be used to collocate stories, such as: ˃ Events + Blackest Night + Civil War ˃ Storylines + Avengers Cormac Saga + Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne» Many events, and some storylines cross multiple titles» May not be reprinted in same volume» If reprinted in same volume need link back to title
  • » Should use ˃ A 505 containing story titles for all stories in the reprint volume ˃ Especially useful in anthology titles like Creepy ˃ =505 Thing in the pit -- Thumbs down -- Adam Link in business -- Cask of Amontillado -- The stalkers -- Abominable snowman -- Gargoyle -- Duel of the monsters! -- Image of Bluebeard -- Creepys loathsome lore! -- Rude awakening! / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- Drink deep! -- Body-snatcher! -- Blood of Krylon! -- Hot spell! -- Creepys loathsome lore! -- Coffin of Dracula! -- Death plane -- Mountain -- Invitation -- Adam Links mate! -- A vested interest -- Fitting punishment --
  • » If time allows ˃ Individual responsibility for each story ˃ At least writer and penciler ˃ =505 00 $t Thing in the pit / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Thumbs down / $r art by Al Williamson ; script by Anne T. Murphy -- $t Adam Link in business / $r art by Joe Orlando ; story by Eando Binder -- $t Cask of Amontillado / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t The stalkers / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Abominable snowman / $r art by John Severin ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Gargoyle / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Goodwin and Krenkel -- $t Duel of the monsters! / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Image of Bluebeard / $r art by Joe Orlando ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Frank Frazetta -- $t Rude awakening! / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Drink deep! / $r art by John Severin ; script by Eando Binder -- $t Body-snatcher! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t Blood of Krylon! / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Hot spell! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Angelo Torres -- $t Coffin of Dracula! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Death plane / $r art by George Evans ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Mountain / $r art and script by Jay Taycee -- $t Invitation / $r art by Manny Stallman ; script by Englehart, Jones & Whitman -- $t Adam Links mate! / $r art by Joe Orlando ; adapted by Eando Binder from his original story -- $t A vested interest / $r art by George Tuska ; script by Ron Parker -- $t Fitting punishment / $r art by Eugene Colan ; script by Archie Goodwin --
  • » Research level ˃ Full credits for each story, writer, penciler, colorist, etc. (record unknown if not listed) ˃ $g original publication information (originally published in [title] no. [] ([date]) ˃ Can be stolen and reformatted from comics.org ˃ =505 00 $g Creepy no. 6. : -- $t Thing in the pit / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Thumbs down / $r art by Al Williamson ; script by Anne T. Murphy -- $t Adam Link in business / $r art by Joe Orlando ; story by Eando Binder -- $t Cask of Amontillado / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t The stalkers / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Abominable snowman / $r art by John Severin ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Gargoyle / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Goodwin and Krenkel -- $g Creepy no. 7. : -- $t Duel of the monsters! / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Image of Bluebeard / $r art by Joe Orlando ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Frank Frazetta -- $t Rude awakening! / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Drink deep! / $r art by John Severin ; script by Eando Binder -- $t Body-snatcher! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t Blood of Krylon! / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Hot spell! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $g Creepy no. 8. : -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Angelo Torres -- $t Coffin of Dracula! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Death plane / $r art by George Evans ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Mountain / $r art and script by Jay Taycee -- $t Invitation / $r art by Manny Stallman ; script by Englehart, Jones & Whitman -- $t Adam Links mate! / $r art by Joe Orlando ; adapted by Eando Binder from his original story -- $t A vested interest / $r art by George Tuska ; script by Ron Parker -- $t Fitting punishment / $r art by Eugene Colan ; script by Archie Goodwin --
  • » Contents note: Creepy no. 6. :» The thing in the pit / art by Gray Morrow ; script by Larry Ivie» Thumbs down / art by Al Williamson ; script by Anne T. Murphy» Adam Link in business / art by Joe Orlando ; story by Eando Binder» The cask of Amontillado / art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin» The stalkers / art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin» Abominable snowman / art by John Severin ; script by Bill Pearson» Gargoyle / art by Angelo Torres ; script by Goodwin and Krenkel»» Creepy no. 7. :» The duel of the monsters! / art by Angelo Torres ; script by Archie Goodwin» Image of Bluebeard / art by Joe Orlando ; script by Bill Pearson» Creepy’s loathsone lore! / art by Frank Frazetta» Rude awakening! / art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin» Drink deep! / art by John Severin ; script by Eando Binder» The body-snatcher! / art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin» Blood of Krylon! / art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin» Hot spell! / art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin
  • » Research level ˃ Link back to original publication record using: + 776 (Additional physical form) (preferred) + 730 (Uniform title) can be used, but probably would have to be cataloger generated + Can be inserted using OCLC# in Connexion
  • » Indicia (small block of text on title or responsibility page)» Cover gallery of original issues in back of volume» Comics.org (The Grand Comic Book Database), while wonderful for individual floppies, is less useful for reprints» Overstreet suffers the same problems» Commit library sin – consult Wikipedia
  • » =LDR 01999cam a2200601Ia 4500» =001 ocn429666584» =003 OCoLC» =005 20110511101850.0» =008 090807m20089999orua60001engd» =040 $a KSA $c KSA $d OSU $d UKM $d BAKER $d BTCTA $d YDXCP $d PHA $d VQT» =035 $a (OCoLC)429666584 $z (OCoLC)214309137 $z (OCoLC)244767466 $z (OCoLC)298780422» =050 4 $a PN6728.C74 $b C74 2008» =082 04 $a 741.5973$222» =049 $aPHAA» =245 00 $a Creepy archives / $c editor, Shawna Gore ; [artists, Frank Frazetta ... et al. ; writers, Archie Goodwin ... et al.].» =246 30 $a Creepy» =250 $a 1st ed.» =260 $a Milwaukie, OR : $b Dark Horse, $c 2008-» =300 $a v. : $b chiefly ill. ; $c 29 cm.» =505 0 $a v. 1. Creepy 1-5 -- v. 2. Creepy 6-10 -- v. 3. Creepy 11-15.
  • » =650 0 $a Monsters $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Good and evil $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Graphic novels.» =655 0 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc.» =700 1 $a Gore, Shawna.» =700 1 $a Frazetta, Frank.» =700 1 $a Goodwin, Archie.» =700 1 $a Crandall, Reed,$d1917-1982» =700 1 $a Ditko, Steve.» =700 1 $a Williamson, Al,$d1931-2010.» =700 1 $a Kane, Gil.» =700 1 $a Wood, Wallace.» =700 1 $a Colan, Gene.» =938 $a Baker & Taylor $b BKTY $c 49.95 $d 37.46 $i 1 593079737 $n 0007607246 $s active» =938 $a Baker and Taylor $b BTCP $n BK0007607246» =938 $a YBP Library Services $b YANK $n 4041149
  • » =LDR 01128cam a2200301Ia 4500» =001 ocn488855059» =003 OCoLC» =005 20110511102019.0» =008 091214s2008orua60001engd» =040 $a IZ8$cIZ8 $d FHP» =035 $a (OCoLC)488855059» =245 00 $a Creepy archives. $n Volume two / $c editor, Shawna Gore.» =246 1 $i Title on dust jacket: $a Creepy $n Volume two» =246 3 $a Creepy archives volume 2» =250 $a 1st ed.» =260 $a Milwaukie, OR : $b Dark Horse, $c 2008.» =300 $a 295 p. : $b chiefly ill. ; $c 29 cm.» =508 $a "Collecting creepy 6-10" - Cover.» =520 $a Presents no. 6-10 of Dark Horse Comics "Creepy" series, which feature retellings of classic and modern horror stories, and includes "The Thing in the Pit!" "Abominable Snowman!" and others.» =650 0 $a Monsters $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Good and evil $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc. $z United States.» =650 0 $a Comic books, strips, etc. $z United States.» =700 1 $a Gore, Shawna.
  • » =LDR 03970cam a2200817Ii 4500» =001 1422844» =005 20101013090834.0» =008 090807m20089999orua60001engd» =035 $a (OCoLC)ocn429666584» =040 $a KSA $b eng $c KSA $d OSU $d UKM $d BAKER $d BTCTA $d YDXCP $d PHA $e rda» =050 4 $a PN6728.C74 $b C74 2008» =082 04 $a 741.5973 $2 22» =049 $a PHAA» =245 00 $a Creepy archives / $c editor, Shawna Gore ; artists, Frank Frazetta and others ; writers, Archie Goodwin and others ; original editors, Archie Goodwin and others.» =246 30 $a Creepy» =250 $a 1st edition.» =260 $a Milwaukie, Oregon : $b Dark Horse Books, $c 2008-» =300 $a volumes : $b chiefly illustrated ; $c 29 cm.» =336 $a still image $2 rdacontent» =336 $a text $2 rdacontent» =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia» =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier» =380 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc. $2 lcsh
  • » =505 1 $a Volume one collecting Creepy #1-5, originally published by James Warren, c1964-1965 -- Volume two collecting Creepy #6-10, originally c1964-1965 -- Volume three collecting Creepy #11-15, originally c1965-1966 -- Volume four collecting Creepy #16-20 -- Volume five collecting Creepy #21-25 -- Volume six collecting Creepy #26-32.» =521 $a Teen+.» =650 0 $a Monsters$vComic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Good and evil$vComic books, strips, etc.» =655 0 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Graphic novels.» =700 1 $a Gore, Shawna, $e editor.» =700 1 $a Frazetta, Frank, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Goodwin, Archie, $e writer, editor.» =700 1 $a Crandall, Reed, $d 1917-1982, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Ditko, Steve, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Williamson, Al, $d 1931-2010, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Kane, Gil, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Wood, Wallace, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Colan, Gene, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Craig, Johnny $q (John T.), $d 1926-2001, $e writer, artist$g(as Jay Taycee).» =700 1 $a Severin, John Powers, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Toth, Alex, $e artist.
  • » =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 1. $b 1st ed. $d Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse, 2008 $z 9781593079734 $w (OCoLC)244638516» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 2. $b 1st ed. $d Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse, 2008 $z 9781595821683 $w (OCoLC)259266124» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume three. $b 1st ed. $d Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse Books, 2009 $z 9781595822598 $w (OCoLC)295002660» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume four. $b 1st ed. $d Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse Books, 2009 $z 9781595823083 $w (OCoLC)317749877» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 5. $d Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2009 $z 9781595823533 $w (OCoLC)429601656» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 6. $d Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2010 $z 9781595823540 $w (OCoLC)473467118» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 7. $d Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2010 $z 9781595825162 $w (OCoLC)619195333» =787 08$tCreepy archives. $n Volume 8. $d Dark Horse Comics 2010 $z 9781595825681 $w (OCoLC)639164177» =938 $a Baker & Taylor $b BKTY $c 49.95 $d 37.46 $i 1593079737 $n 0007607246 $s active» =938 $a Baker and Taylor $b BTCP $n BK0007607246» =938 $a YBP Library Services $b YANK $n 2830067
  • » =LDR 06563cam a2200877Ii 4500» =001 1422863» =005 20110511095653.0» =008 080928s2008orua60000engd» =035 $a (OCoLC)ocn259266124» =040 $a BTCTA $b eng $c BTCTA $d YDXCP $d WIM $d PAU $d OCLCA $d OCLCQ $d OCLCA $e rda» =035 $a (OCoLC)259266124» =050 4 $a PN6728.C74 $b C74 2008» =082 04 $a 741.5973 $2 22» =049 $a PHAR» =245 00 $a Creepy archives. $n Volume 2 / $c editor, Shawna Gore ; artists, Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, Roy Krenkel, Al McWilliams, Gray Morrow, Joe Orlando, John Severin, Angelo Torres, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, Ben Oda, Bernie Wrightson, Robert Oqueli, Gene Colan, Jay Taycee, George Tuska, George Evans, Manny Stallman, Wallace Wood, Dan Adkins, Steve Ditko, Rocco Mastroserio, Frank Brunner, Ed Lahmann, and Nicholas Cuti ; writers, Archie Goodwin, Roy Krenkel, Anne T. Murphy, Larry Ivie, Bill Pearson, Eando Binder, Larry Englehart, Ross Jones, Maurice Whitman, Ron Parker, and Arnold Bojoquez ; [original] editor, Archie Goodwin.» =246 1 $i Title on dust jacket: $a Creepy $n Volume 2 : $b collecting Creepy 6-10» =250 $a 1st ed.» =260 $a Milwaukie, Oregon : $b Dark Horse Comics, $c 2008.» =300 $a 295 pages : $b chiefly illustrated (some color) ; $c 29 cm.» =336 $a still image $2 rdacontent» =336 $a text $2 rdacontent» =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia» =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier» =380 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc. $2 lcsh
  • » =490 1 $a Creepy archives $v Volume two» =505 00 $g Creepy no. 6. : -- $t Thing in the pit / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Thumbs down / $r art by Al Williamson ; script by Anne T. Murphy -- $t Adam Link in business / $r art by Joe Orlando ; story by Eando Binder -- $t Cask of Amontillado / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t The stalkers / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Abominable snowman / $r art by John Severin ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Gargoyle / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Goodwin and Krenkel -- $g Creepy no. 7. : -- $t Duel of the monsters! / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Image of Bluebeard / $r art by Joe Orlando ; script by Bill Pearson -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Frank Frazetta -- $t Rude awakening! / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Drink deep! / $r art by John Severin ; script by Eando Binder -- $t Body-snatcher! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; adapted by Archie Goodwin -- $t Blood of Krylon! / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Hot spell! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $g Creepy no. 8. : -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Angelo Torres -- $t Coffin of Dracula! / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Death plane / $r art by George Evans ; script by Larry Ivie -- $t Mountain / $r art and script by Jay Taycee -- $t Invitation / $r art by Manny Stallman ; script by Englehart, Jones & Whitman -- $t Adam Links mate! / $r art by Joe Orlando ; adapted by Eando Binder from his original story -- $t A vested interest / $r art by George Tuska ; script by Ron Parker -- $t Fitting punishment / $r art by Eugene Colan ; script by Archie Goodwin --» =505 00 $g Creepy no. 9. : -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by Roy G. Krenkel -- $t Dark kingdom! / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Castle of the Moor! / $r art and script by Jay Taycee -- $t Adam Links vengeance! / $r art by Joe Orlando ; adapted by Eando Binder from his original story -- $t Overworked! / $r art by Wallace Wood & Dan Adkins ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Coffin of Dracula / $r art by Reed Crandall ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Out of time / $r art by Alex Toth ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Spirit of the thing! / $r art by Steve Ditko ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $g Creepy no. 10. : -- $t Creepys loathsome lore! / $r art by John Severin -- $t Brain trust! / $r art by Angelo Torres ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Into the tomb! / $r art by Joe Orlando ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Monster! / $r art by Rocco Mastroserio ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Midnight sail / $r art and script by Jay Taycee -- $t Backfire! / $r art by Gray Morrow ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Thing of darkness! / $r art by Eugene Colan ; script by Archie Goodwin -- $t Collectors edition! / $r art by Steve Ditko ; script by Archie Goodwin.» =521 $a Teen+.
  • » =650 0 $a Monsters $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =650 0 $a Good and evil $v Comic books, strips, etc.» =655 0 $a Horror comic books, strips, etc.» =655 0 $a Comic books, strips, etc. $z United States.» =700 1 $a Gore, Shawna, $e editor.» =700 1 $a Crandall, Reed, $d 1917-1982, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Goodwin, Archie, $e writer, editor.» =700 1 $a McWilliams, Al. $e artist.» =700 1 $a Morrow, Gray, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Stallman, Manny, $d 1927-1997, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Ivie, Larry, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Williamson, Al, $d 1931-2010, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Murphy, Anne T., $e writer.» =700 1 $a Oda, Ben, $d 1915-1984, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Wrightson, Berni, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Oqueli, Robert, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Brunner, Frank, $d 1949- $e artist.» =700 1 $a Lahmann, Ed, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Orlando, Joe, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Binder, Eando, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Toth, Alex, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Severin, John Powers, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Pearson, Bill, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Torres, Angelo, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Frazetta, Frank, $e artist.
  • » =700 1 $a Evans, George, $d 1920-2001, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Craig, Johnny $q (Craig, John T.), $d 1926-2001, $e artist $g (as Jay Taycee).» =700 1 $a Tuska, George, $d 1916-2009, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Parker, Ron, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Colan, Gene, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Krenkel, Roy G., $d 1918-1983, $e artist, writer.» =700 1 $a Wood, Wallace, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Adkins, Dan, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Ditko, Steve, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Mastroserio, Rocco, $d 1927-1968, $e artist.» =700 1 $a Englehart, Larry, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Jones, Russ, $d 1942-, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Whitman, Maurice, $e writer.» =700 1 $a Bojoquez, Arnold, $e writer.» =776 08 $i Reprinted from : $t Creepy (New York, N.Y.) $w (DLC)sf 94094205 $w (OCoLC)12745724» =830 0 $a Creepy archives, $n v.2
  •  “The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself falling down what seemed to be a very deep well.” --Lewis Carroll. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1916), p. 1. Contact the presenters at:  William Fee – wfee@state.pa.ushttp://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/bureau_of_state_library/8811Presentation available at:http://www.slideshare.net/WTBFee/