Sunday, November 28, 2010

Little Red Riding Hood and the Werewolf

This is our last gory glimpse into The Weird World of Eerie Publications (for now), but of course there's always more at Mykal's amazing Bloody Pulp and don't forget about THE ESSENTIAL book on all things Eerie Pub by Mike Howlett in stores NOW! Our story today from the April 1966 issue of Weird Vol. 1 #11 originally came to life as "Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Werewolf" in Fantastic Fears #8 from 1953 (you can thank either Burgos or Fass for removing the artist name at the bottom of the splash page), while the great Bob Powell signed his name on the gorgeous cover.








Bonus Filler!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Isle of Demons / The Invaders

Thanks to Mike Howlett, we're still wandering lost in the blood-soaked, Weird World of Eerie Publications this month, and here's two more mind-warpers for you, another from the July '70 issue of Terror Tales V2 #4 called "Isle of Demons" with gory, knock-your-block-off art by Dick Ayers. Followed by a super-space-spooker variation on Basil Wolverton's classic Brain-Bats tale, this one called "The Invaders" from the Jan '81 issue of Weird Vampire Tales V5 #1, art by A. Reynoso.












Monday, November 22, 2010

Death Strikes Four / Evil Monsters

We're celebrating the release of Mike Howlett's long-awaited book "The Weird World of Eerie Publications" (in case you thought for a second that you had accidently stepped into Mykal's Bloody Pulp!), and to show Mike how awesome we think his book is, today we have two wild, reprinted weirdies from the July 1970 issue of Terror Tales V2 #4. Get Mike's book NOW!
















Friday, November 19, 2010

KATUMBA - The Man-Made Terror

We finish off our Web of Evil Fest with a monsteriffic tale of ape-ic proportions (yuck yuck!) From the November 1954 issue of Web of Evil #20, it's "KATUMBA - The Man-Made Terror!!!"



























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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!