And speaking of scummy fun (the brutal / modern kind), a big thanks to my truly disturbed friends in the UK for sending me a copy of FrightFeast, (as well as a rad original piece of art!) Indie splatter punk meets Eerie Publications in a boiling vat of barf and gore... it's definitely not for everybody, but then if it was-- it wouldn't be so recommended! Click HERE for more!
Friday, May 25, 2012
Skull House / FrightFeast
Another typically scummy (but fun) Superior Publishers Limited tale about hee-heein' and gaaa glurgin' people to death or something, from the May 1954 issue of Strange Mysteries #17. It's hilarious to me how the ominous "Skull House" (first page, panel two) simply looks like one of those round, silver mid century style mobile trailer homes!