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Invasion of the Windsuckers from Beyond the Stars

by on May.27, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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If this blog ever starts becoming too predictable, please please please remember that I posted this 4 page pants splitter about far-out fart lovers from beyond the stars. How many of you even knew there was a Nation Lampoon-esque magazine called Apple Pie published by Lopez in the mid 70’s anyway? Yep, 8 whole issues! Learn something pew every day…

From the gag-inducing March 1975 “Flatulence” (debut) issue of Apple Pie Vol. 1 #1

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Fire Dance

by on May.23, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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An apology awaits as I know it’s been awhile since our last post, but sinister scanner issues (as well as my teenage son who’s now on summer vacation and creating his own video game) have allowed me very little time on my own damn computer! But now, finally, we’ll leap forward a bit into the silver age of horror comics for another weirdly mysterious tale, this time about the mother of all moths, from the June 1975 issue of Weird Mystery Tales #19, highlighted by a spooky Luiz Dominguez cover, and eerie interior art by Abe Ocampo. Today’s special post is also dedicated to another ravishingly lovely moth I know ­čśë enjoy– lots more on the way this summer, I promise!

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"Hack, Hack, Sweet Has-Been" or "What Ever Happened To Good Taste?"

by on Apr.29, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Annnnnd here we go– I promised you guys something different, and while I have delivered a few MAD Magazine posts in the past, I’ve yet to submit this kooky spoof that spearheads the Hollywood trend (at the time) of casting glamorous 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s Golden Age actresses into B-horror film roles of the 50’s and 60’s. Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwick, the list goes on, and as film history has shown, while they aged gracefully and reached their own “golden years” in life, the youth obsessed film industry either turned their backs on them completely, or cast them in campy trash classics like Trog. Or, in the case of today’s post, “Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte” meets “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?” Some actresses actually prospered in this new age of horror cinema, while unfortunately, others did not. And while I’m not super fond of the stale arsenal of age jokes here that make fun of some of my all-time favorite leading ladies, I certainly do love the magnificent Mort Drucker artwork, as well as the very idea of all these wonderful women coming together for a murderous axe party in a dreary old house! Originally featured in the January 1966 issue of MAD #100, script by Larry Siegel. Enjoy, and we’ll see you next month– IN COLOR!

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HAUNTED HORROR #27 DOUBLE FEATURE

by on Apr.22, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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The final installment of Mr. Karswell’s 3-issue “HORRORS OF IT ALL” thrillogy, aka HAUNTED HORROR #27 is finally in stores NOW, and Mr. K has a deadly double feature sampling of depraved sickness from said dead issue to gouge you right in your sockets! The Eyes of Horror first appeared in the June 1952 issue of Mysterious Adventures #8, while Modern Design originally made its debut in the March-April 1953 issue of Mister Mystery #10. I’ve included the original cover of Crime Mysteries #3 below as well so you can see and compare the type of editorial choices we occasionally make for the better of our own HH cover designs, we hope no one minds the changes. And apologies for the delay as I was in NYC for a few days and not able to update THOIA on the actual release date. So get it now– get it while it’s rotten!!

And I know, I still owe you guys one final story from that Mystic reprint– it’s coming up NEXT!

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The Curse of Carnoc Castle

by on Apr.11, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Another L. Miller and Son reprint from the 1963 issue of Mystic #30… and as mentioned in our last post, this is pretty much a complete reprint of This Magazine is Haunted #1, sans color, and occasionally sans contrast. Still, this is a nice and creepy, (though somewhat lengthy) centuries spanning tale of rebirth and witchcraft with typically effective art from George Evans. One more story from this reprint issue to go, stay tombed…

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The Coffin Maker!

by on Apr.02, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Hey, looky here– IT’S A NEW POST! So sorry folks, been very busy on a variety of other related horror projects lately. But to make up for it I’ll be posting the October 1951 issue of This Magazine is Haunted #1 in its entirety over the next week… errrr… except it’s not exactly TMIH1, but instead the early 60’s L. Miller and Son black and white UK reprint from their strangely titled Mystic series (Mystic #30, to be exact.) “Wait a second!” you scream– wasn’t Mystic an Atlas title?!! Ummm, yes… you know what? It’s a long dull story, so let’s skip it and read a satanically creepy story already, one with nice art from Sheldon Moldoff in fact! More from this b/w reprint up next…

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