Tuesday, December 13, 2011

To Behold His Doom

The March 1952 issue of Hand of Fate #22 is a winner, containing not one, but TWO Lou Cameron tales. So behold today's doomed classic, and then hit the THOIA archive for "The Night of Friday 13" which I posted way back in June of 2008 right HERE. I'll have another one from this issue in our next post too!







9 comments:

Faycin A Croud said...

I shared this on the Facebook page "Hell's Pass 666-Plex"
I have to say I hate the new Blogger picture viewer. Maybe I'm stupid but I can't figure out how to make the picture bigger with this thing!

Psychonator said...

Faycin A Croud:

Don't left click on the picture on the main page. Right click, then click on "open link."

Zenfancy said...

Faycin A Croud: right click on image, open in new tab, and then use the magnifying click to enlarge. Should work in all browsers (with variations on wording)
If you have firefox you may be able to select all images, right click, and open links in new tabs; or use a range of plugins to make blogspot a bit more user/reader friendly!
BTW THOIA is a long standing favourite blog of mine and I enjoy every posting.

Trevor M said...

Terrific art in this story!

Prof. Grewbeard said...

Terrific art in this story! (oops, somebody already said that)

Mr. Cavin said...

There sure are a lot of Frankenstein cameos popping up lately. On the top of page three in today's story and on the bottom of page one in the story from Saturday.

I liked the other faces in today's story, too. All the close-up panels were especially good.

Frank Forte said...

real nice--I love the second to last page--I like how the letters mimic the EC style almost exactly. Of course there were templates for those letters back then, but I'm sure EC started using that font--yes? no?

Steph said...

... Great story. 'Luna Park'? Was this set in Sydney xD

Mr. Cavin said...

Interested in the history of Luna Park(s)? Wikipedia is a great place to start, with links to specific park pages. The one in Sydney does look pretty rocking cool.

Luna Parks