If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

Dark Horse Comics has provided us with a sneak peek from an upcoming hardcover edition of their Creepy anthologies. In "Dorian Gray 2001," Oscar Wilde's classic gets a totally gonzo space vampire overhaul.

Here's the solicit info for Creepy Volume 9, which hits stores February 23:

The latest volume in Dark Horse's award—winning Creepy Archives hardcover run will shake, rattle, and obliterate your sanity, as the stories from issues #42#45 of Warren Publishing's landmark horror series arrive as perfect antidotes to seasonal melancholy. In the early 1970s, comic-book legends like Bruce Jones, Gardner Fox, Richard Corben, Dave Cockrum, and Mike Ploog conspired to bring readers wonderfully mixed anthologies of terror and suspense! This volume also features a cover by celebrated fantasy and horror illustrator Sanjulian and a brand—new foreword by comic—book historian and writer Richard Arndt.

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS

If The Picture of Dorian Gray took place in the future, it would be about cosmic vampiresS