Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Ghost Ship

Hook-handed vengeance from beyond the watery grave, courtesy of todays water damaged pages of the Jan '52 issue of Web of Evil #2.







PLUS! There's a Wolf Man on the loose over at AEET today too, click HERE!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOVE THE FINAL PANEL! WEB OF EVIL IS SUCH A GREAT SERIES THEY HAD THE BEST ARTISTS

Mr. Cavin said...

Aye, this one was fab. I pity any rough trading, hook-handed sea-pirate who has to ply the high, um, harbors in his dainty little tugboat. How embarrassing. I guess that's why his nemesis was a little blond cabin boy so silly he thought he had some kind of beard to swear by.

I agree about that last panel. And I also particularly like the raw emotional quality of panel four on page five.

Chuck Wells said...

I thought that you were teasing about the water damage, but I gave it a closer look and might see what you are alluding to. Doesn't affect it too much and it's a great story!

Karswell said...

>LOVE THE FINAL PANEL!

Me too!

>I pity any rough trading, hook-handed sea-pirate who has to ply the high, um, harbors in his dainty little tugboat. How embarrassing.

Haha... reminds me of Tom Hanks in SPLASH-- "The little boat?!!"

>I thought that you were teasing about the water damage

Nope Chuck, this issue is a mess unfortunately (check the THOIA Archive for "Hangman's Horror" and "The Corspe that Wouldn't Die", both from this issue too and both from the great Jack Cole!)