I had to do some background search on this one. When I finished reading I had the distinct feeling that there was a lot more to be said, so if there was more out there, I wanted to make a note. Well, there's more, but not in comic form.
Another of my deeply discounted sale purchases at Cards, Comics and Collectibles, the name Harlan Ellison made it an easy buy. You'd think the full title of Harlan Ellison's Phoenix Without Ashes might mean someone else wrote it, but Ellison did pen it. It's just that the origin of the work was in 1973.
As for the art, Alan Robinson is the man behind the high quality pictures here, with coloring by Kote Carvajal. Robinson uses a heavy line and heavy inks. In fact, if you like Gabriel Rodriguez's art in Locke & Key, you'll like Robinson's art here. If art could be separated at birth, these two would qualify.