It's Father's Day, and what's the one thing that most dads want on this day more than anything else? I mean besides money. That's right-- GIRLS! So let's rip open the August 1953 issue of Mysterious Adventures #15, fire up Rotley Grue's "Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls" on the old turntable, and see how the holiday ends for our hero in this traumatizing tale of untamed lust.
More bowling horror! Dad's love bowling!
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Friday, June 14, 2019
Is there a genre for gory bowling themed horror? Well, there is now! Originally presented in the July 1954 issue of Horrific #6, (art by Marty Elkin), we actually reprinted this one in the June 2013 issue of Haunted Horror #5 and it's seriously one of the most insanely entertaining tales you've ever seen coming from a mile away-- twist ending wise, that is!
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Sunday, June 9, 2019
As I've been mentioning all this month, our new Classic Monsters of Pre-Code Horror Comics collection, SWAMP MONSTERS, is finally surfacing in just a few days, and aside from all of the great tales we have included from: Basil Wolverton, Jack Katz, Lin Streeter, Harry Harrison, Ken Landau and lots more-- you're also going to love Stephen Bissette's incredible introduction! And today's full story preview is one that is indeed included in the collection, and is one of three Lou Cameron swamp creatures to be featured! I posted this one here way back in 2010 as well, so long-time THOIA followers consider this an encore presentation! And be sure to pick-up / order SWAMP MONSTERS --COMING JUNE 12th everywhere that great books are sold! More info *HERE!
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Thursday, June 6, 2019
Attractive good girl art by Alex Blum highlights this odd little supernatural tale of witchcraft and murder, from the Fall 1952 issue of Ghost Comics #4. Actually a reworked "Ghost Gallery" story from Jumbo Comics #81, this is yet another spooker that, despite all of those lovely long legs and negligee panels, didn't quite make the Swamp Monsters book cut.
Monday, June 3, 2019
The screams from the sickening, steamy old swamp continue with an eerie Marty Elkin transformation creature feature classic from the May 1954 issue of Horrific #11. I kind of wish we'd used this one in the Swamp Monsters book, but it's very similar in theme to a few other tales featured... and yes, you'll just have to get yourself a copy to see what I mean! (*hint hint) Click HERE for more info!