The Bloody Mermaid (PART ONE)

by on Sep.15, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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

JMR kind of spoiled the surprise in the comments of the previous post, but today we begin a two-part minor masterpiece, Sanho Kim’s epically eerie, Bloody Mermaid, which took up the entire issue of Ghostly Tales #91 in January of 1972. There certainly isn’t enough mermaid horror in the world, and Sanho does an outstanding job with story pacing and atmosphere here. His stylized art technique seems to have improved quite a bit since House of Spiders ’69 as well. I’ll have the second half for you tomorrow– so don’t swim too far out to sea while waiting!

(TO BE CONTINUED…)


The Bloody Mermaid (PART ONE)

by on Sep.15, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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

JMR kind of spoiled the surprise in the comments of the previous post, but today we begin a two-part minor masterpiece, Sanho Kim’s epically eerie, Bloody Mermaid, which took up the entire issue of Ghostly Tales #91 in January of 1972. There certainly isn’t enough mermaid horror in the world, and Sanho does an outstanding job with story pacing and atmosphere here. His stylized art technique seems to have improved quite a bit since House of Spiders ’69 as well. I’ll have the second half for you tomorrow– so don’t swim too far out to sea while waiting!

(TO BE CONTINUED…)


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