GOD-DAMN. Poor guy. The good news is that the metal from the chair was later used to manufacture cars. The new vehicles that were made from the recycled(plot) were re-coated with Serling-steel. And new Rods.
I CAN ALWAYS TELL GIL KANES STYLE, AWESOME STUFF AND THE ENDING GAVE ME A REAL JOLT! HEEEE!!!
Great art, but beautifully written. I love how in the "real" execution everybody is so much nicer to Gordon than he imagines in his dreams. Nice touch.
Nice!I went to a comic show here in Massachusetts today and wore my HOIA shirt. It brought me good luck! I got 2 Atlas horror books (pre-code, natch) for $25!Thanks, Karswell!
truely a spooky one today. really felt for the poor guy. i googled the novelty ad at the bottom there. the Johnson Smith Co is still in business and has been since 1914. i wanted to see what the King Tut Floats in Air for 60 cents was all about. i guess they don't make them any more. shuck.
>And new Rods.Har! HP is performing here all week folks, don't forget to tip yer waitress too.>THE ENDING GAVE ME A REAL JOLT! HEEEE!!!Another wise guy!>everybody is so much nicer to Gordon than he imagines in his dreams. The exact OPPOSITE of how people are to me in my dreams. Wah!>wore my HOIA shirt. It brought me good luck! Wow, no kiddin'? That's great. So what Atlas issues did you get?>Johnson Smith Co is still in businessGood to know in case I need a midget camera or midget wrist radio... or a midget! Wonder if I can still get a live chameleon? Probably not. Oh, 4th of July is coming up, maybe we can score some $1 explodong torpedo bombs!Thanks for the comments this weekend, I hope everyone had a nice break... but don't hold yer breath too soon, another double ATLAS post is coming up NEXT!
did not know that kane worked in the precodevery cool story!
I got ASTONISHING 28 and JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS 19... 2 fer $25!
What a great title! (We've all had days when we've felt like that.)
Great to see this Atlas stuff up here! Howzabout a few Bill Everett stories,or more Maneely. Thoes guys were amazing!
"I can feel the soil falling over my head..."
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