The Man in Black

by on Apr.18, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Some people are familiar with the December 1944 issue one-shot of Tally-Ho Comics because of the cool Snowman story inked by Frank Frazetta in one of his earliest comic book gigs. Now what most people are not familiar with though is that there’s a real spooky corker of a severed hand ghost story in this issue as well (not illustrated by Frazetta)– and well, here it is! So sit back by the crackling fire… relax… and try not to focus on the subtle “pat pat” you hear somewhere off in a darkened corner of the room, as tonight’s shivery little tale of terror unfolds before you…

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The Butcher / The Strangler

by on Apr.16, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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–and if you think you need a story about a candlestick maker to round out your trilogy of terror, just click HERE after today’s deadly double detective feature! Our first tale fresh off the chopping block is from the August 1952 issue of Suspense Detective #2, with art by Mike Sekowsky, followed by one guaranteed to really choke you up, from the January 1954 issue of Crime Mysteries #11.

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Save Me… The Coffin is Closing

by on Apr.13, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Saturday Night Shocker time again, as THOIA presents a frighteningly fun thriller with heavy horror overtones and lots of atmosphere– from the March 1953 issue of Suspense Detective #5, –the last issue in fact from this doomed, but still decent, short-lived Fawcett series. This is the sort of spooky story that would’ve made a great Hitchcock Presents or Boris Karloff’s Thriller episode.

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The Horror of the Hearse

by on Apr.11, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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What’s that you scream, not enough chemical vat torture stories here at THOIA? Well, let me rectify that NOW. Fans of mysterious detective tales (like Dr. Drew for example) should enjoy this eerie expedition into macabre murder and vengeance, as Kirk of Scotland Yard faces one of his most facelessly evil adversaries! From the Dec ’47 issue of Manhunt #3, with perfectly petrifying art by Paul Parker!

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The Horror of the Hearse

by on Apr.11, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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What’s that you scream, not enough chemical vat torture stories here at THOIA? Well, let me rectify that NOW. Fans of mysterious detective tales (like Dr. Drew for example) should enjoy this eerie expedition into macabre murder and vengeance, as Kirk of Scotland Yard faces one of his most facelessly evil adversaries! From the Dec ’47 issue of Manhunt #3, with perfectly petrifying art by Paul Parker!

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Satan’s Suit

by on Apr.09, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Remember back in February when I posted that wonderfully weird wedding dress story, (the one soaked in embalming fluid and slowly killing a woman –click HERE for it) –well, today I have the perfect pair-up for that tale, a similarly saturated, morbid match made in Hell– or let’s call it “For the Groom”, if you will! From the Dec ’51 issue of Black Cat Mystery #32.

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Satan’s Suit

by on Apr.09, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Remember back in February when I posted that wonderfully weird wedding dress story, (the one soaked in embalming fluid and slowly killing a woman –click HERE for it) –well, today I have the perfect pair-up for that tale, a similarly saturated, morbid match made in Hell– or let’s call it “For the Groom”, if you will! From the Dec ’51 issue of Black Cat Mystery #32.

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The Conqueror Worm

by on Apr.06, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Conqueror Worm

by on Apr.06, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Captain Triumph vs. The Werewolf

by on Apr.03, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s Werewolf Wednesday time, and in my never ending attempt to give you all something dynamically different, I found myself stalking the supernatural superhero alleyways again and unearthing an oddly exciting terror tale featuring Captain Triumph and his wonderfully unique, weird ability: to touch his wrist and conjure up the spirit of his dead brother and then– ohhhh, just read the hairy thing already! Today’s post is also me fulfilling a request from someone last month who wanted to see some more Reed Crandall. Always aimin’ to please, that’s my motto! And yeah, this may look rather long at 15 pages, but trust me, the “crack” in the series title clearly stands for “whip-crackin’ pace” as this story moves like a freight train full of bonkers moments and alt-universe werewolf “facts.” Werewolves can fly?!! Hmmm, maybe someone was ON crack back then too…

From the November 1947 issue of Crack Comics #51.

And how about that for an ending? Haha…

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