Richard Corben has been a mainstay in horror comics since the 1970's, with some of his earliest work being featured in Creepy, Vampirella, and Heavy Metal Magazine. A couple years ago, the Will Eisner Award Hall of Famer put out one of his creepiest stories yet. I happened to find all five issues of Rat God at Wonderland Comics, wrapped up in a bundle and sold at a discount. The books were in a "censor bag" as I like to call it, because there was a black box covering three fourths of the plastic bag. If they were hiding the cover, then it had to of been good. I got home, ripped off the plastic, and started to dig.
I think you can pick up back issues on the Dark Horse website, and I believe they put out a hardcover of all the issues in one nice package. This story was absolutely brilliant, and the Lovecraftian back-woods rat cult vibes got me all sorts of creeped out. I'll post a link to the Dark Horse page, and his personal page if you're interested in checking out more of his work. Let me know what you think!