I guess the ending was a lot less predictable in 1954. I love the YAAAA just the same.
Awwww,poor John Carradine got eaten.i love cannibal stories,they always have the chance to get soooo gruesome,but Libby here,she was quite neat,left the bones spotless.
Some people can eat anyone and still keep their figure.
SHE IS QUITE AN ACCOMPLISHED CANNIBAL TO BE ABLE TO STRIP THE BONES CLEAN AND STILL LEAVE PARTIAL CLOTHING ON HER VICTIMS!LOVE THE CHILLY CHUCKLES TOO, CUTE FUNNY STUFF!
Yes, fun story. I especially like the splash page poking through the newspaper headlines- nice touch.Was the Chilly Chuckles in that issue of Out of the Shadows? I, too , love cute little horror comics like that.
>Was the Chilly Chuckles in that issue of Out of the Shadows?Yes, same issue... I'll be sure to include any other funny fillers as I find them. Harvey horror comics have alot of these horror gag strips too.
On the topic of cannibals in London, I'd recommend the 1972 movie Death Line. Like The Car it's an atmospherically eerie and badly underrated production.
death line was also known as raw meat. cool movie for sure
Chilly Chuckles is a funny feature. Yes. Do run some more, when you can.
Haha! Great story! Just LOVE the twist, even though it was pretty predictable.You notice how skeletons almost always keep their hair (not just in this story)? And usually they don't even muss the hairdo! I guess Libby is just that talented. Plus, how about the female victims? She ate 'em right through their clothes! Ooh, that sounded dirty...She must have a real hollow leg though--4 full corpses, viscera and all, in 4 nights! Yaaaa!I want to know what brand of breath mint she prefers. It must be the BEST.
>>> Tim Tylor said... On the topic of cannibals in London, I'd recommend the 1972 movie Death Line. Like The Car it's an atmospherically eerie and badly underrated production.It's easier to find in the US under the name "Raw Meat." And I second the recommendation
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