Some really interesting art and super panels highlight this ghostly shocker from the June 1953 issue of The Hand of Fate #23. Anyone got a clue who the artist is? Even the cool Ace Horror site seems to be stymied. This issue also contains the tremendous Lou Cameron classic "He Who Robs the Dead" which we posted way back in 2008 HERE! Be sure to check it out after today's post too!
Sunday, December 28, 2014
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Added a Howdy Doody dummy to my son's ever growing ventriloquist doll collection this xmas... he's got quite a weird little army amassing-- and the wife says they give her the heebie jeebies! Now for you guys, I also have a ventriloquist related present, a story with an equally weird bit of "unexpected" heebie jeebies --as well as the creeps! From the March 1974 issue of The Unexpected #156.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
We haven't had a Double (Be)Header around here in a while, in fact, let's call this one a "Face-Off!" shall we? We pit DC's House of Mystery against their own House of Secrets in a no holds barred match of tales sharing a similar theme. Which one comes out on top? Our first story is from the August 1972 issue of HoM #205, while the opposing yarn is from the April 1973 issue of HoS #107.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Another story from the March 1953 issue of Beware! Terror Tales #6, art by Sheldon Moldoff. According to GCD, this tale was later reprinted in the 70's in a series called Super Giant, a K. G. Murray mish-mash of precode and silver age Marvel stories that ran 21 issues, with each issue being 100 pages long and a cover price of 40 cents. I've never seen these before, anyone else? If you're interested, click HERE for more info after the story...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The Horrors of it All wishes legendary illustrator Jack Davis a wonderful retirement, and eternal thanks for the years of outstanding work that will forever inspire and entertain.
Simply The Greatest.
Simply The Greatest.
Monday, December 15, 2014
I guess it's been a while since we delved into the horrors of wartime atrocities, and of course any tale concerning nazi concentration camps is bound to be extra horrific. But fret not, this journey down a very dark chapter of world history actually has a light at the end of it, as you will soon see. From the March 1953 issue of Beware! Terror Tales #4, art by Harry Harrison, maybe...
Friday, December 12, 2014
The Seduction of the Innocent 80's comic book series from Eclipse is a good source of info for precode horror reprints and other related items concerning hard to find golden age stories. Unfortunately, their atrocious re-color process of the stories seriously makes me want to claw my eyes out, so I dumped the crappy color "upgrade" of this Sekowsky / Andru (???) werewolf tale, originally featured in the March 1953 issue of The Unseen #9, simply for the fact that I thought it would be nicer to look at the line work in black and white instead-- and if you don't agree, I don't care...