8 pgs. Appeared first time in Vampirella
#30 (1974). Reprinted in Vampirella
(1975), in Comix
International #1 (1975), in
Heavy Metal Special: The Best
of Richard Corben from Creepy and Eerie! (1998) , and in Vampirella Archieves #5 (2012).
Story: Gerry Boudreau. Color(prob. colored by Corben's overlays)/Art: Richard Corben (no signature). Lettered by hand (Warren).
DK: as "Sidhe dræb
dem alle" in Vampirella
[DK] #1 (1974), as "Som havde de deres eget liv" in Historier
om hekse og varulve (1985).
FIN: as "Pahan käskyläinen" in Vampirella [FIN] #1 (1/74).
FRA: as "Le démon sous la peau!" in Vampirella [FRA] #13 (1974) and Profondeurs (1978).
GER: as "Die Rache des Dämons" in Vampir-Comic #1 (1974), as "Als wären sie lebendig" in Die Aussergewöhnliche Welt des Richard Corben, Vol. 2 (1980).
ITA: as "La notte dei demoni" in Collana Umanoidi #9 (1983).
NL: as "Alleen op de wereld" in Richard Corben #2 [NL]: Diepten (1981), and as "Bevel is bevel!" in Weerwolf (1985).
SPA: as "Brujería" (!) in Delta #11, and (!) in Rufus #9 (1974) , and as "La noche de los demonios" in El extraordinario mundo de Richard Corben #2 (1981).
SWE: as "Nästan levande" in Epic #29 (1986), and as "Ur dunkla djup" in Vampirella [SWE] 1/74.
Style: Color by overlay techinque. Genre: Horror. Time
Span: Ancient time. Nudity: Voluptuous girl.
Keywords: Selfish love. Demonic exorcist. Witch hunt. Vampi.
Synopsis: Village's ladies' man does not even glance on a selfish girl. Girl desides exorcist a demonic monster for revenge to man and his fresh fiance.
Comment: Brilliant color artwork, specially two pages when demonic monsterman meets fresh fiance. Interesting story by Gerry Boudreau.
Alternatives, : Only existing censored version in Spanish Rufus: Female breasts.
Alternatives, : Poorly scanned from magazine.
Extra: The Vampire Archieve version was restored by José Villarrubia.
Humour: On Vampire Archieve (on fifth page of the story, i.e. pg 93 of the book) the first word ballon had forgotten to reletter (there is a Spanish text instead). It means that José Villarrubia used a Spanish version of the story for the basics for his restoring work for that page of that story.
Copyright © 1997 Heart-Attack-Series,
Created: August 24, 1997. Modified: July 29, 2014.