Eerie was a comics magazine, by Warren Publishing, that ran from 1966 to 1983. It was a (mostly) black-and-white magazine that featured original and adapted stories. Unlike most contemporary comics of its era it didn’t submit the Comics Code Authority so its stories could feature nudity, blood, and plenty of other gruesome goodness.
Below you’ll find some of the many ads for spoken word record albums that ran in the mag. The only one I’ve ever come across myself was the audio drama adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea |READ OUR REVIEW|.
I’ve received dozens of emails over the years asking about this edition of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. If you’ve got some of the records below, or know of others from similar magazine ads, please leave comments!
Eerie magazine ad from 1975 – “SUPER ADVENTURE RECORD ALBUMS” and “12 EVIL EDGAR ALLAN POE RECORDS!”:
EERIE 1979 – “Fantastical LP Record Albums”:
Eerie 1967 – “An Evening With Boris Karloff And His Friends”:
Eerie 1968 – “Wild, New Adventure LP Records”:
Eerie magazine ad from 1966 – “Now You Can Hear Your Favorite Monsters”:
Eerie magazine ad from 1966 – “Famous Monsters Speak”:
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