Mike Monster Private Eye / Gunspook

by on May.22, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Mike Monster Private Eye / Gunspook

by on May.22, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Unexpected! / Immortality!

by on May.20, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Two more from the maddenly macabre March – April 1953 issue of Mister Mystery #10, and first up we invite you along for a shuddery seance, followed by a terror-filled trip out to the spooky old science lab / greenhouse! Yep, it’s another double dose of dreary fears as only startlin’ Stanley Morse and Mister Mystery could deliver ’em!

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Capsule! / The Devil’s Workshop!

by on May.18, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Some of you may remember we used Bernard Baily’s cover of Mister Mystery #10  (March – April 1953) for our own issue of Haunted Horror #26! With its hook-handed grave robber realizing much too late of his evil ways– via swirling demon heads from Hell– it is definitely one of the finest examples ever of spooky precode cover art. A few of the stories inside the issue ain’t too shabby either, like this traumatizing tale of sinister side affects from simply swallowing a capsule…

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And speaking of the bad ass Bernard Baily cover for Mister Mystery #10, check out these gnarly new limited edition masks from The Devil’s Workshop!

For more info about these, CLICK HERE!

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The Devil’s Store

by on May.16, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Satanic Saturday Shopping is back at THOIA, uhh, and despite the rather uninspired splash, this is still probably one of my all time favorite Superior Pub devil stories ever. It’s fast paced, very funny, and has a super clever hook to achieve a high body count– all the way up to the very last panel, in fact! From the March 1954 issue of Journey into Fear #18.

Speaking of novelty store items, I wonder if The Devil’s Store carries the Raquel Welch Pillow, as seen in the ad below? And I wonder what happens when you use it?

I’m definitely not ordering the 7 Foot Monster or Skin Head Wig from them! Werewolf Horror Mask? Absolutely.

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The Devil’s Store

by on May.16, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from THE HORRORS OF IT ALL | Go to Original Post

Satanic Saturday Shopping is back at THOIA, uhh, and despite the rather uninspired splash, this is still probably one of my all time favorite Superior Pub devil stories ever. It’s fast paced, very funny, and has a super clever hook to achieve a high body count– all the way up to the very last panel, in fact! From the March 1954 issue of Journey into Fear #18.

Speaking of novelty store items, I wonder if The Devil’s Store carries the Raquel Welch Pillow, as seen in the ad below? And I wonder what happens when you use it?

I’m definitely not ordering the 7 Foot Monster or Skin Head Wig from them! Werewolf Horror Mask? Absolutely.

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Don’t Let Me Kill

by on May.14, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Pines pretended like their 1953 one-shot, “Who Is Next?” was a comic book series, labeling the sole issue as #5 (a sly fast one that quite a few publishers actually practiced), and– assuming no one bought it– umm, nobody was next! It’s a real shame too because it’s a thrilling issue of intense crime tales, featuring beautiful work from the likes of Ross Andru, Nick Cardy, and especially the Alex Toth classic “The Crushed Gardnia” which has resurfaced half a zillion times in countless collections since the 80’s reprint boom. To me though, the overlooked stand-out tale here is the disturbingly brutal cover story by Mike Sekowsky about a remorseful psycho killer.

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Don’t Let Me Kill

by on May.14, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Pines pretended like their 1953 one-shot, “Who Is Next?” was a comic book series, labeling the sole issue as #5 (a sly fast one that quite a few publishers actually practiced), and– assuming no one bought it– umm, nobody was next! It’s a real shame too because it’s a thrilling issue of intense crime tales, featuring beautiful work from the likes of Ross Andru, Nick Cardy, and especially the Alex Toth classic “The Crushed Gardnia” which has resurfaced half a zillion times in countless collections since the 80’s reprint boom. To me though, the overlooked stand-out tale here is the disturbingly brutal cover story by Mike Sekowsky about a remorseful psycho killer.

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The Shrunken Heads of Dr. Death

by on May.12, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Shrunken Heads of Dr. Death

by on May.12, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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