Thursday, January 24, 2008

Wings of Wickedness

Today we wrap up our Ace fest with a neat vampire tale, sort of a companion piece to Sharon Tate’s birthday and her amazing performance in The Fearless Vampire Killers. Also, please do not fret, I sincerely promise to post more Ace stories in “the future--- where you and I will spend the rest of our lives.”

From the July 1953 issue of Baffling Mysteries #16







8 comments:

Anonymous said...

ANOTHER GREAT POST! I'D PUT THESE ACE STORIES RIGHT UP THERE WITH EC AND ATLAS ANYDAY.

Anonymous said...

Love the idea of the statue assuming her split identity. Clever post, the abrupt ending is strangely appropriate.

Maurizio Ercole said...

I love this kind of horror storie with artists or something about damned art! Karswell You have a great taste!!!

Karswell said...

>Karswell You have a great taste!!!

Why thank you! Got plenty more damned art coming atcha...

Horror pariah said...

Really great story!fairly novel plot,too.love how Enric dies,just like that!.my only gripe is that Vampire-Zelma could've been a bit more feral-looking(so long as she didn't look like Count Orlock!).

CG said...

Companion piece to Fearless Vampire Killers....Reeeeally.

I'm checking this one out immediately!!

Karswell said...

>Companion piece to Fearless Vampire Killers....Reeeeally.

Only because today is her birthday really, and because it's about a vampire. It is possible that I tend to throw the words "companion piece" around a bit freely these days though. Enjoy CG!

CG said...

Karswell - I liked it!! A piece worthy of coinciding with the beautiful Tate. Good sh*t as always.