A Shriek in the Night / Easy Dies It

by on Feb.10, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

The superbly terrorific Weird Mysteries #1 one-shot, was a black ‘n white magazine from Pastime Publications, (March 1959), and featured an all-star collaboration of art legends: Carl Burgos (who illustrated both of today’s stories), Paul Reinman, Joe Orlando, Angelo Torres, and the great George Tuska, who illustrated quite of a number of the stories, as well as concocting that incredibly beautiful cover. At 68 pages, it contained well over a dozen tales of brisk, quick-witted, precode inspired horror, and also highlighted by a very humorous, exceptionally well written horror host; plus other fun strips, like faux greeting cards, etc. I’ll definitely be posting more from this one throughout 2019, but for now it’s two weird love tales (and a bonus gag) that frightfully fit into our month-long Valentine’s theme. xXx


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