Saturday, January 12, 2008

The Crypt of Death

No matter how many times someone enters a cursed tomb (in the name of science of course), you know it’s never going to turn out as planned. Harvey legend, Rudy Palais knows this, of course...

Also from the July 1952 issue of Tomb of Terror #2




6 comments:

James Glover said...

Two stories today!!! You're spoiling us! I just love the looks of that mummy! Thank you for sharing!

Anonymous said...

SATURDAYS ARE ALWAYS DOUBLE POST DAYS. BUT YEAH, PALAIS WAS A DEMENTED ONE, I REALLY LOVE THE HUGE LAST PANEL AS THE MONSTER SHRINKS TO ITS DEMISE

Karswell said...

>Two stories today!!! You're spoiling us!

Yep. To anyone new to this blog, (and as ALL CAPS pointed out) Saturday is always a Double Post day. If for some weird reason the weekend isn't something you already look forward to then I'm attempting to make it a bit more pleasant with an extra story.

So we have one more day of Harvey Horrors and then it's back to the mad mix. I have an interesting theme for Mon and Tues, so see ya'lls then!

Anonymous said...

haaaa! totally gruesome. to me this is what 50's precode horror is all about

Lily Strange said...

Good one. I've always been fascinated by stories of curses that befall those who enter the tombs of pharaohs.

Shamus said...

Breaking the frame as he does has a real impact when you compare this story to its contemporaries. It's stunning work.