Time for eight action packed pages of ghostly, Edvard Moritz fun, from the April - May '50 issue of Adventures into the Unknown#10. With its hilarious wise-crackin' dialog, tell me this wouldn't have made a great Bowery Boys film!
And be sure to check out Spacelord's new German website "Fifties Horror", all about our favorite subject around here-- pre-code comics! This one definitely gets the Karswell Scream of Approval!
Editor / co-editor of IDW's Chilling Archives of Horror Comic Books: ZOMBIES and DEVIL TALES, as well as co-host of the bi-monthly HAUNTED HORROR comic series and HAUNTED LOVE miniseries. (All image scans and photography by me from items found in my own personal collection-- except where noted.)
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