Monday, October 22, 2007

Man Who Died Again

As promised last week here’s an Atlas horror classic from Dick Briefer about a man-made killer returning from the grave--- and I’m not talking about Frankenstein! You’ll just have to come back tomorrow for an example of that masterful dark chapter in Briefer’s amazing legacy.

From the April 1954 issue of Uncanny Tales #19





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome post! Briefer is one of my favorites though I haven't seen much of his horror stuff outside the Frankenstein series. I'm looking forward to what story you're posting tomorrow, hopefully it's not one I've already read! hee

Anonymous said...

I SECOND THE AWESOME!!!!

Ford MF said...

The awesome is thirded.

Karswell said...

Anyone for a fourth awesome?

Anonymous said...

Yes,i will fourth that awesome,it started out a bit too fast in execution(no pun intended),but the plot was strong enough to destroy any weaknesses in storytelling,and the art was excellent,with the last 3 panels producing images disorienting enough to be worthy of(and superior to)David Cronenberg.