Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Specters Stalk the Bloody Tower

Another tale of vengeful specters, with a welcoming touch of history spanning detail that only a few of the better pre-code horror publishers like Ace even bothered with back in the day. From the February 1953 issue of The Hand of Fate #16.










Bonus Quickie

6 comments:

Prof. Grewbeard said...

that was pretty neat-o but Anne Boleyn should've left her head off, would've been creepier,,,

SpaceLord said...

You picked one of ACEs best one-page-fillers there.
The devil puppet is really nice - and contains mucho action.
Do you have any idea who the artist of "Specters" is.
There's a rumor it might be Art Gates. Can anyone confirm that?

Mr. Cavin said...

The Germans certainly were conveniently helpful to those supposedly patriotic ghosts. Almost smacks of cahoots.

Frank Forte said...

sweet cover

Trevor M said...

I really like the line work and color in this story. Thanks for posting.

Karswell said...

Might spend a few more posts looking at Hand of Fate stories... in fact, the next few might just be by Lou Cameron too!

Thanks for the comments!