Ligeia? I don't think I've read her story, but I'd love to some time in the future now. The draping of fabric across her arms, and her body, is something to be admired. I love the moon cycle imagery in the background too.
Superb. I wonder if you've ever read Kim Newman's novel Anno Dracula and its sequels, all the great 19th century literary characters put in cameos in the story, really enjoyable for one who loves the literature of that era.
Also you may already be aware of this but Richard Corben recently released a number of graphic adaptions of Poe classics under the Dark Horse label, including Conqueror Worm, Usher, Raven and Red Death, all with his unique style and wry humour. Definitely worth a look.
One bound, and I had reached her feet! Shrinking from my touch, she let fall from her head, unloosened, the ghastly cerements which had confined it, and there streamed forth, into the rushing atmosphere of the chamber, huge masses of long and dishevelled hair; it was blacker than the raven wings of the midnight! And now slowly opened the eyes of the figure which stood before me. "Here then, at least," I shrieked aloud, "can I never -- can I never be mistaken -- these are the full, and the black, and the wild eyes -- of my lost love -- of the lady -- of the LADY LIGEIA."