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NYCC 2014 Announce: Dark Horse Unveils Richard Corben’s ‘Rat God’!
There’s something in the woods…Eisner Award Hall of Famer Richard Corben is set to deliver an original backwoods tale of terror inspired by H. P. Lovecraft.
Terrible things stalk the forests outside Arkham in this chilling series from comics master Richard Corben! An arrogant city slicker on a quest to uncover the background of a young woman from the backwoods finds horrors beyond imagining, combining Lovecraftian mutations with Native American legends.
Rat God #1 is on sale February 4, 2015, from Dark Horse Comics.

NYCC 2014 Announce: Dark Horse Unveils Richard Corben’s ‘Rat God’!

There’s something in the woods…Eisner Award Hall of Famer Richard Corben is set to deliver an original backwoods tale of terror inspired by H. P. Lovecraft.

Terrible things stalk the forests outside Arkham in this chilling series from comics master Richard Corben! An arrogant city slicker on a quest to uncover the background of a young woman from the backwoods finds horrors beyond imagining, combining Lovecraftian mutations with Native American legends.

Rat God #1 is on sale February 4, 2015, from Dark Horse Comics.

"I’ve always loved horror anthologies set in the fifties. If I did one it would probably have a title like THE STENCH OF THE GRAVE!. It would be hosted by Mag the Hag and it would look something like this.” - Richard Corben

"I am sometimes asked if I will ever return to my character Den first published in the underground comix Grim Wit. I haven’t felt inspired to do so for many years. But more recently the thought of the simple fantastic world of Den and his friends is becoming more appealing. Will I revive the Den series? I can’t answer that just yet.” - Richard Corben

Someone in the Richard Corben Yahoo Group recently asked if someone could provide photos/scans of Bruce Jones’ introduction to Richard Corben’s Funny Book, so I snapped these with my phone real quick and uploaded them to the group. I figured some people around these parts might be interested in reading it as well.

Rip In Time 80/107

Written by Bruce Jones
Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)
This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 80/107

Written by Bruce Jones

Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)

This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 79/107

Written by Bruce Jones
Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)
This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 79/107

Written by Bruce Jones

Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)

This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 78/107

Written by Bruce Jones
Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)
This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 78/107

Written by Bruce Jones

Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)

This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 77/107

Written by Bruce Jones
Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)
This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 77/107

Written by Bruce Jones

Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)

This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 76/107

Written by Bruce Jones
Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)
This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)

Rip In Time 76/107

Written by Bruce Jones

Originally appeared in Rip In Time #4 (1987)

This scan from my personal copy of Rip In Time #4 (1987)