Dungeon Dweller of Horror House

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

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Did you really think we were done with the Werewolf Hunter?! Oh, Hell no… in fact, this post may at first look like a single Prof story presentation, but it’s actually TWO stories– you just have to read the other one over at AEET when you’re finished here! It’s a wonderfully wild, WTF explosion of werewolf / vampire insanity, a fantastically flipped-out freakshow, –and Saul Rosen’s art is as gorgeously intense as Lily’s. From the August 1943 issue of Rangers Comics #12.

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Dungeon Dweller of Horror House

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

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Did you really think we were done with the Werewolf Hunter?! Oh, Hell no… in fact, this post may at first look like a single Prof story presentation, but it’s actually TWO stories– you just have to read the other one over at AEET when you’re finished here! It’s a wonderfully wild, WTF explosion of werewolf / vampire insanity, a fantastically flipped-out freakshow, –and Saul Rosen’s art is as gorgeously intense as Lily’s. From the August 1943 issue of Rangers Comics #12.

Now, CLICK HERE and head to my other blog where:

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The Devil’s Bride / The Vampire Moth

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

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Finishing out our Werewolf Hunter Fest with my two favorite Prof tales– I mean, you all know that I love devil tales of course (still available HERE!), but I also have an incredible attraction to sexy moth girl stories, (they’re like a flame, I tell ya!) –so how can you go wrong with today’s diabolical double feature?! First tale is from the August 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #18, and the second is from the August 1945 issue of Rangers Comics #24, amazing art on both by the forever and ever fabulous Lily Renee!

And for even more moth girl monster horror, check out the classic film, Blood Beast Terror (1968) –just click it!

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The Devil’s Bride / The Vampire Moth

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

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Finishing out our Werewolf Hunter Fest with my two favorite Prof tales– I mean, you all know that I love devil tales of course (still available HERE!), but I also have an incredible attraction to sexy moth girl stories, (they’re like a flame, I tell ya!) –so how can you go wrong with today’s diabolical double feature?! First tale is from the August 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #18, and the second is from the August 1945 issue of Rangers Comics #24, amazing art on both by the forever and ever fabulous Lily Renee!

And for even more moth girl monster horror, check out the classic film, Blood Beast Terror (1968) –just click it!

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Werewolf Hunter / The She-Wolf

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

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You asked for it– more golden age Werewolf Hunter, aka Professor Broussard adventures– and like our last post it’s also a creepy Creature Double Freak Feature! This time Broussard’s on the trail of two very different types of lycanthropes, though they both share something very much in common. Also notice how the Prof’s age seems to change from one story to the next, as well. I love that we’re actually getting a nice retrospective of his occult work throughout the various stages of his life in this Rangers Comics run. And I don’t know about you, but Armand Weygand’s somber emotional touches in the writing is a real warm welcome here at THOIA as well. I do hope you’re enjoying these as much as me. From the April 1943 issue of Rangers Comics #10, art by Saul Rosen, and the October 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #19, art by Lily Renee.

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Werewolf Hunter / The She-Wolf

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

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You asked for it– more golden age Werewolf Hunter, aka Professor Broussard adventures– and like our last post it’s also a creepy Creature Double Freak Feature! This time Broussard’s on the trail of two very different types of lycanthropes, though they both share something very much in common. Also notice how the Prof’s age seems to change from one story to the next, as well. I love that we’re actually getting a nice retrospective of his occult work throughout the various stages of his life in this Rangers Comics run. And I don’t know about you, but Armand Weygand’s somber emotional touches in the writing is a real warm welcome here at THOIA as well. I do hope you’re enjoying these as much as me. From the April 1943 issue of Rangers Comics #10, art by Saul Rosen, and the October 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #19, art by Lily Renee.

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Werewolf Hunter vs. Cat Women

by on Jan.05, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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I have a friend on facebook who likes to turn social media Saturdays into “Caturdays” and thus post nothing but pictures of cats. Our mutual FB friends seem to really eat it up, so hey, let’s do the same at THOIA today with a picture of my cat, PLUS a couple of Golden Age Professor Broussard (aka The Werewolf Hunter) brushings with feline ferocity, shall we? Our first terror tail is from the April 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #16, followed by a frighteningly furry fang-tasy from the December 1944 issue of Rangers Comics #20. Art on both is by Lily Renee. And for those unfamiliar, the Prof was basically a Jules deGradin type old time occult detective who stumbled onto supernatural shenanigans no matter where he was, or what he was doing. Sometimes people came to him for assistance from these menacing monsters, but usually he was just a magnet for the macabre without even trying, always keeping a detailed, handwritten diary of his adventures, which adds a nice visual touch to the narrative, btw. These are fun, briskly paced adventures into the eerie unknown, and if you enjoy them enough, let me know in the comments, maybe we’ll do a few more next week too.


(not my cat)

my cat:

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The Ring of Horror

by on Jan.02, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Time to “ring” in the New Year with our first post of 2019 here at THOIA! And oooo boy, does this story ever contain the most annoying ghost in the history of horror comics! Jeez Louise, dude– STFU already! Yes, you’ll definitely want to re-kill him long before he goes through his ridiculous actor / waiter costume changes mid tale. But to be totally fair, he’s pretty annoying before he dies as well. And hey, at least nobody’s makin’ it out alive in this one, and I don’t think that’s really much of a spoiler as this is a Pines comic after all.

From the January 1953 issue of The Unseen #8.

PLUS: A bonus half-pager from the July 1954 issue of The Unseen #15, art by Gene Fawcette.

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The Ring of Horror

by on Jan.02, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Time to “ring” in the New Year with our first post of 2019 here at THOIA! And oooo boy, does this story ever contain the most annoying ghost in the history of horror comics! Jeez Louise, dude– STFU already! Yes, you’ll definitely want to re-kill him long before he goes through his ridiculous actor / waiter costume changes mid tale. But to be totally fair, he’s pretty annoying before he dies as well. And hey, at least nobody’s makin’ it out alive in this one, and I don’t think that’s really much of a spoiler as this is a Pines comic after all.

From the January 1953 issue of The Unseen #8.

PLUS: A bonus half-pager from the July 1954 issue of The Unseen #15, art by Gene Fawcette.

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Come Die With Me!

by on Dec.31, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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On the last lousy day of the year, you can almost feel, and even hear, 2018 die screaming. And with the tragic loss of an astounding amount of talent in the entertainment industry these past 12 months (not to mention the tragic loss of brain cells in our own socially and politically divided country), we here at THOIA say adios to the old, and look forward to a much better new year with 2019. Fingers crossed. Inverted. But for tonight, let’s take a traumatizing tip from the March 1954 issue of Beware #8, and on this final, flabbergasting day of a most unpleasant year, I ask you all to just simply–

HAPPY NEW YEAR?

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