From Heavy Metal, volume III, number 6 (October 1979), here is Alberto Breccia’s adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Dunwich Horror”:

[UPDATE: The version published in Heavy Metal is now followed by a scan of the Spanish-language original, which provides the ocular proof of HM’s legendary translation and relettering butchery — not to mention HM’s failure to give credit to Breccia collaborator Norberto Buscaglia!]

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Alberto Breccia (1919–1993) was a 2009 Will Eisner Comic Industry Hall of Fame nominee. That Breccia was passed over for the award says considerably more about the shameful lack of availability of English translations of Breccia’s comics than it does about the quality of the work, which was first-rate.

The artists who were named to the Will Eisner Comic Industry Hall of Fame for 2009: Harold Gray, Graham Ingalls, Matt Baker, Reed Crandall, and Russ Heath. Ah nostalgia… there’s no soporific like it…