You just can't beat a three-decapitation weekend. Good stuff!
Dude should have seen where he was heading in his pursuit of capital.
Creeepy.It's extra-scary since we never see the ghosts,but enough of that;"make it good kid!you get a slug of rye...or just a slug,depending on what comes outta your kisser"......that may just be the most awesome sentence ever uttered by man nor beast.
Yes. Best line ever! A slug of rye ... or just a slug. Lol.Nice story. Even an interesting characterisation with the professor. He was no Indy, wasn´t he?Great Story, great art. Nice one.
KICK ASS WEEKEND OF POSTS, I'D LOVE TO SEE MORE JUNGLE HORROR AND SCANTILY CLAD WOMEN SWINGING FROM TREES ARE ALSO ALWAYS WELCOME TOO!
Terrific trio. Thanks for taking the time to put together these "theme weekends" and other theme sets.And speaking of heads-you-lose tales, my favorite all-time decapitation-themed cover is HORRIFIC #7, right here: http://comics.org/coverview.lasso?id=10742&zoom=4
>my favorite all-time decapitation-themed cover is HORRIFIC #7Two more great Shrunken Skull stories can befound in my archive, including one from your favorite issue of HORRIFIC. Click here:http://thehorrorsofitall.blogspot.com/search?q=shrunken+skulls
That's a good story , but the artwork is really OUTSTANDING ; any chance to know the name of the artist ?Thanks for sharing
let that be a lesson to you- never hire beachcombers to do your dirty work!
I don't know if the story was any good or not, all I could see was THE GRINNING SKULLS! They're haunting me! Floating around my head!Oh, wait... they always do that.
Silvano: That story is credited to Werner Roth as artist.
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