First off anything even remotely Cthulhu influenced that is drawn by Richard Corben is already a good thing.
The first story is, I think, the better of the two, there was an overall creepy feeling to it that I really enjoyed. The way that Sullivan got his just deserts was poetic justice at its finest. However, I also had a sense reading it that it wasn't anything that I hadn't read before and that hurt it quite a bit.
The second story was also enjoyable, but was perhaps to short for me to really get into strongly. Like the first story I enjoyed the poetic justice that was Donald's fate.
Overall, this issue was good, but not great. There are lots of things that I enjoyed about it though.
6 out of 10
Thank you Troy for the sig