Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Dance of Death

We return now to the sticky strands of our Web of Evil Fest, and todays spooktacular tale shimmies its way on over from the May 1953 issue of Web of Evil #4. So come on and dance, you devils!







10 comments:

prof. grewbeard said...

i know i've read the story before(from an Eerie pub. no doubt)but the art in this version is so much more memorable, i love Helen Dusk's "look"...

Bab said...

interesting post it is, waiting for another interesting stuff from you...
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Anonymous said...

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Mr. Cavin said...

Extra cool points for the names Don Wand and the Ladies from Hades. I also want to live in a world where the real* newspapers get all excited and print exclamation points in their headlines.

*to be perfectly fair, a little research before posting reveals that this is the (somewhat uncommon) practice of newspaperlike scandal sheets in this world. I found examples of ! on headlines from the Sun, the Telegraph, the New York Post, and others. So I added the word "real" to my comment.

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Karswell said...

>i know i've read the story before(from an Eerie pub. no doubt)

Undoubtably! We know for a fact that Eerie Pub raided the Web of Evil series for content. Speaking of Prof, did you get Mike's book yet? It's KILLER.


>interesting post it is, waiting for another interesting stuff from you...

Fuck you Bab, no one wants to stay in your bed bug riddled hotels anyway. Spam elsewhere, dumbass.

>I WISH THERE REALLY WAS A PLACE LIKE THE DEVILS DEN,IT WOULD BE MY NEW HANGOUT!

It would be my new hang-out as well!

>Extra cool points for the names Don Wand and the Ladies from Hades.

Changing my name to this today! And thanks for the headline research Mr C, you always have an interesting angle!

OK. If I could get as many REAL commentors to come around and leave some words as the spammers have been lately, then producing this blog would totally seem worth all the time and effort I actually put into it. Fair warning... thanks again to those who bother.

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Daniel [oeconomist.com] said...

The Eerie Pubs version was entitled “Deadman's Dance”, and has been reproduced at the Bloody Pulp.

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