The 30th Anniversary collection of Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark will be released with less scary artwork.
> In a way, it’s a matter of principle; they stood firm for so long, why finally fold after thirty years? But it’s also that, after so many, many years and being fondly remembered by so many generations of terrified children, “Scary Stories” has come to be defined by the art of Stephen Gammell; remove his contributions while leaving the text untouched and, well, it just isn’t “Scary Stories” anymore.
The artwork MADE those stories. Follow the link to see the before and after art.