Sunday, October 28, 2007

Scarecrow’s Revenge

Here in the midwest scarecrows go hand in hand with Halloween as much as ghosts, goblins, black cats, and toilet paper in the trees. And if it’s a Rudy Palais story with a tricky killer scarecrow then you know you’re in for a spooky treat.

From the Sept 1952 issue of Witches Tales #14





8 comments:

Anonymous said...

NEAT STORY. NOT REALLY ONE OF THE BETTER PALAIS TALES YOU'VE POSTED HERE BUT I GUESS YOU'RE STILL TRYING TO FIND HALLOWEEN THEMES TO POST EVEN THOUGH THIS ONE DOESN'T REALLY MENTION ITS STILL GOT THE FALL FEEL.

Anonymous said...

I sort of agree with the previous comment, but damn any Palais story is still worth it's weight in gold.

Anonymous said...

Agree with the previous two comments,Palais could have turned out more disgusting work than this,but it still lends weight to my argument about how venegance,justice and class struggle were viewed in Harvey stories,like in THE SEWER MONSTERS post.

Karswell said...

>GUESS YOU'RE STILL TRYING TO FIND HALLOWEEN THEMES TO POST

I actually had a couple different "scarecrow" type stories pulled, but this was the best of the lot. I just found another Sleepy Hollow-ish story too from Atlas but I think I'll save it for next year.

Anonymous said...

By the way the blog looks great in these new colors too!

Anonymous said...

big goof on the last page, the zombie falls down facing one direction but then in the next panel in the morning he's facing the other direction

looks like palais forgot to color in some blood in the second panel on the same page too

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