Thanks for posting this story. Years ago, I hung out at weekend flea markets and picked up all of Bob Powell's Harvey horror I could find. They could be had for a song then, compared to today. But for me at the time, even $5 - $10 for a comic was a lot. The few I got, I sold or turned over into other comics within a few years. So they live for me mainly as a memory now. So thanks for this beautiful blast of horror and nostalgia.
That's a lot of beautiful comic book art right there!Nice post!
FOR ALL I CARE YOU COULD POST NOTHING BUT HARVEY STORIES ON THIS BLOG AND I'D BE HAPPY! ANOTHER AWESOME POWELL CLASSIC!!
>weekend flea markets and picked up all of Bob Powell's Harvey horrorI fear those days are long gone... I barely find anything good at flea markets anymore too, even from the silver or bronze age.>YOU COULD POST NOTHING BUT HARVEY STORIES ON THIS BLOG AND I'D BE HAPPY!Well you'll be happy for the next 3 days at least, got more Palais, Elias and Nostrand Harvey horror coming atcha all weekend!
Great artwork!love the evil face of the mummy!i remember that in THE COMIC BOOK-BOOK,Don Thompson describes a story about "mummies sucking peoples guts out through their mouths" wonder if this was it?,it's certainly tamer than he made it out to be if it is.
I just noticed on page four, bottom panel on the left... you can see some pink color on the mummy's neck. It gives the impression that he's just some dude wearing a mummy mask.
When oh when will these mad scientists learn? No good ever comes of reanimating the dead!But it is fun to watch them wreak havoc.
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