Dark Horse is a reliably weird publisher, so it's no surprise to find a couple of odd offerings coming from them. Ten years in the making, Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor collects a number of graphic-novel interpretations of Ellison's short stories. They're adapted and drawn by top-notch artists such as Curt Swan, Paul Chadwick, Mark Waid, Gene Ha, Steve Rude and Steve Niles. An eerily lifelike Ellison stares out from the cover drawn by Brian Boland; between stories, the author introduces and contextualizes his works. The stories themselves range from one-joke shorts to more elaborate thought experiments.

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