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Live Man’s Funeral

by on Mar.13, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Though I helped a bit on the Bob Powell’s Terror collection, ZOMBIES was actually the very first book I personally assembled for Yoe / IDW back in 2012 (still available HERE!) Those of you who own the book may even remember we featured the complete, original, and incredibly terrifying Al Eadeh inked art pages for today’s story within said tome, (courtesy of the collection of Bill Leach.) Well, recently, THOIA friend and follower, Kimberly D (a new fan of the Zombies book too) wrote in asking to see the printed color version from the December 1952 issue of Black Cat #41, and I am of course more than happy to oblige! Here ya go, Kim– and thanks again to Bryan for the scans– as this is from the one issue of BC that has still continued to haunt ‘n elude me!

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Live Man’s Funeral

by on Mar.13, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

Though I helped a bit on the Bob Powell’s Terror collection, ZOMBIES was actually the very first book I personally assembled for Yoe / IDW back in 2012 (still available HERE!) Those of you who own the book may even remember we featured the complete, original, and incredibly terrifying Al Eadeh inked art pages for today’s story within said tome, (courtesy of the collection of Bill Leach.) Well, recently, THOIA friend and follower, Kimberly D (a new fan of the Zombies book too) wrote in asking to see the printed color version from the December 1952 issue of Black Cat #41, and I am of course more than happy to oblige! Here ya go, Kim– and thanks again to Bryan for the scans– as this is from the one issue of BC that has still continued to haunt ‘n elude me!

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The Sleepers in the Crypt

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

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One more from Fiction House’s uniquely odd Ghost Comics series, (you guys seem to be having a love/hate with these stories, so we’ll move on to other stuff in our next post.) But this is a pretty decent tale– not unlike one of our previous entries about ghosts vs. gangsters– to round things out on a lazy Sunday morning. From the Spring 1953 issue of Ghost Stories #6. Waaaake up!

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The Devil Seeds / Monster Fang!

by on Mar.04, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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We’ll stick with Fiction House’s freaky Ghost Comics series for a few more rounds, and like our last post, we have another superbly illustrated story (aka The Little Farm of Horrors) from Johnny Bell (aka John Belcastro), highlighted by his beautifully bold line work which, at times, seriously rivals the likes of Nostrand or Davis. Plus, an eerie bonus quickie with art by Jack Abel, both from the Winter 1953 issue of Ghost Comics #9. The incredible cover art is by Maurice Whitman.

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Death’s Bridal Gown

by on Feb.25, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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You’re not getting off that easy with just one weird wedding dress post this month! And this one from the February 1953 issue of Adventures into Darkness #8 just might actually out-weird the previous one– see what you think! Also, you chemical experts are encouraged to weigh in on the plausibility of one climactic detail. PLUS! A fun crossword puzzle from the same issue rounds out the post!

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