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The Mummies

by on Sep.12, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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If you look at the top righthand blog sidebar you’ll see I have a new book coming out next month called MUMMES, (pre-order right HERE!) And leading up to the release, I’ll be posting occasional mummy, or mummy related stories, sort of like this one– which is actually not about the type of mummies the book speaks of. Anyway, you’ll see. Originally presented in the February 1970 issue of Witches’ Tales Vol. 2 #1, with art by Oscar Stepancich. (Cover art by Bill Alexander.)

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Kill / Laugh, Clown, Laugh / Kill!

by on Sep.06, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Are you totally unaware of the brand spankin’ new, big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s IT hitting theaters this week? If so, chances are you’ve been living in a sewer. And if you already know about these two kooky pre-code clown tales floating around in the THOIA Archive, then maybe find something else to do for a few days, or pay them a re-visit… because, you know, clowns are scary. It’s “Scary Clown Week”, right? Riiiiight. Uhhhh boy. Anyway, Kill, Clown, Kill! is from the April 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #7 (yes, it’s actually another Atlas tale this year, and yes that’s a super cover by Bill Everett!); while Laugh, Clown, Laugh! first appeared in the August 1952 issue of Witches Tales #13. Anyway, I’m actually looking forward to the film, (it seriously can’t get worse than the TV version, could it?), and to anyone else who sees it, tell us what you thought. But for now, kill and laugh… laugh and kill… go, clown, go!

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Crazy

by on Sep.03, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Quickie Atlas story graciously submitted by my buddy Jim –and now don’t everybody get all excited, I am not back to posting Atlas stories. For some reason Atlas posts bring out a couple true fucking idiot commenters that I have zero desire in entertaining– but for the rest of you, please enjoy. From the Oct ’52 issue of Uncanny Tales #3, art by Jerry Robinson.

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Crazy

by on Sep.03, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Quickie Atlas story graciously submitted by my buddy Jim –and now don’t everybody get all excited, I am not back to posting Atlas stories. For some reason Atlas posts bring out a couple true fucking idiot commenters that I have zero desire in entertaining– but for the rest of you, please enjoy. From the Oct ’52 issue of Uncanny Tales #3, art by Jerry Robinson.

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HAUNTED HORROR #29

by on Aug.16, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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In stores today! Social guest horror host Dr. Odd (a.k.a. David O’Dell) foists his great gobs of greasy grimy horror tales on rancid readers. This face-melting issue includes: “Dead Rite!”,  “Death of a Doll”, “Mother’s Advice”, “Tag…You’re It”, “The Body Maker”, and the bloody “Vein of Irony!” and today we have two freaky fun FULL STORY previews to boil your blood to overflow! 

Get your copy of HAUNTED HORROR #29 now!

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