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This weekend marks the opening of the new live action movie adaptation of Stephen King's It, one of the horror scribe's best-known novels. Why is it so memorable? It probably has to do with the fact that one of its monsters is the horrifying Pennywise the Dancing Clown -- as if clowns needed any help being horrifying. Sure, It may have already gotten the live action treatment as a two-episode TV miniseries on ABC in 1990, but there's no reason we can't all resubmit ourselves to nightmares.

Whether you're excited to see the new It, reread the book, or skip killer clowns altogether and rewatch Stand by Me or something, you'll get a kick out of these Stephen King-themed comics.

 

Lio By Mark Tatulli Sept 7, 2011

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JumpStart By Robb Armstrong April 15, 2002

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Off the Mark By Mark Parisi July 28, 2012

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Nancy By Guy Gilchrist Oct 19, 2006

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Close to Home By John McPherson April 3, 2017

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