Eerie v3 #62 - Bernie Wrightson art

Eerie v3 #62, 1975 - Bernie Wrightson adapts H.P. Lovecraft's "Cool Air" for the first time in comics. His exceptional drawings are augmented by applications of gray tones throughout, adding depth and feeling to the story. Even with a multitude of panels, the artist composes each page with clarity and balance. His best illustrations occur at the beginning and ending, where his splash pages showcase his craftsmanship and masterful design sense. Even better is his frontispiece for the issue, a disturbing portrait of Cousin Eerie sitting upon a dungeon-esque throne. "Cool Air" was later reprinted in Creepy #113 and >Berni Wrightson Master of the Macabre #2Other artists in this issue include Jose Ortiz and Richard Corben. This is number 5 of 14 Eerie magazine issues with Wrightson art and/or covers (not including reprints). 
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Wrightson inside front cover pencils and inks (duotone) = *****
"Cool Air" Wrightson story pencils and inks 7 pages (black and white) = ****

Bernie Wrightson
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