The Monster-Go-Round

by on Nov.04, 2013, under Syndicated from the Web

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

The June 1973 issue of Gold Key’s Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #47 is a full-on collection of four nicely illustrated, though somewhat harmless, freaky creature stories. Hairy transformations, slimy things from the deep, and this strange little tale of a merry-go-round featuring monsters instead of horses or the usual type wooden animals. It’s nothing mind blowing or terrifying, just an interesting “spin” on the pre-code inspired, fitting twist ending I dig so much


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