In the Dead of Night

by on Aug.30, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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

“…this is probably one of the worst offsets I’ve seen in a while.” said Brian Barnes in the comments section of our previous story post. “I’ll take that as a challenge.” replied Mr. Karswell, who then proceeded to dig out a tale from the November 1951 issue of Suspense #11, one that he has wanted to post a million times before but always thought the overly primary bright, shabby blob coloring, and off register red just ruined what is clearly one of the better Atlas vampire tales of the precode era. “Maybe there are copies out there that look better?” he often pondered. But no. All the pondering and back issue bin digging in the world would unfortunately never unearth a better looking copy. And thus, THOIA ends out the month of August 2020 and sadly presents:

PS: I actually spent a small amount of time and cleaned up a lot of this, thusly 2, so it doesn’t look quite as bad as it originally did. Enjoy! –Mr. K


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