Sunday, October 21, 2007

Where Monsters Dwell

The Basil Wolverton posts this week were a big hit and garnered a request for today’s post which we are undeniably happy to unleash upon you and your puny planet. Thanks again to “Anti-Atlas Guy” for a monstrously entertaining weekend of scans!

Originally presented in the Dec 1951 issue of Adventures into Terror #7






11 comments:

Anonymous said...

ha ha great.....I love stories that end with a question for the reader

not as good as the other basil posts but still pretty excellent overall

Anonymous said...

Yay, another Wolverton!!!

~ John Angelo

Anonymous said...

Not as good as the other posts by Wolverton,but still excellent,man you could have made a great Ray Harryhausen movie out of this back in the day,the snake and the blue winged thing are my favorites.

Anonymous said...

NOT TO SOUND DIFFERENT THAN EVERYONE ELSE BUT I THOUGHT THIS STORY WAS THE BEST OF THE WOLVERTON POSTS SO FAR

GOT MORE?

Karswell said...

Got lots more, just wait and see...

Anonymous said...

WoW! Not long ago I saw that snake monster in a tattoo magazine on someone's back. I'll see if I can find it and scan it in for you.

Karswell said...

Thanks, I'd love to see that

Anonymous said...

Great posts today, thanks for plugging away and making everyday a little more interesting.

Also I notice you have the Phantasm soundtrack up for reccomended listening. I love this soundtrack too!

todd said...

Bah, copout ending.

Lethargic said...

Wolverton rocks. Everything he drew reeked of wierdness and has this special gritty feel that only Wolverton gives you.

Eric said...

Lovin' the Wolver-Toons-- I love that guy's distorto messed-up wrinkled, Dick Tracy-villain-esqe face.