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Extraordinario dedicado al Terror!

by on Apr.04, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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One of the best things about producing this blog over the years is meeting incredible people from all corners of the world, as well as all over the wonderful world wide web. A great example of this is Pedro Sánchez Lancharro from Valencia, Spain, who was generous enough to not only write to me about THOIA, but to also send me these super awesome scans from the March 1958 issue of Tio Vivo humor magazine–which I’m happy to report is dedicated to all things totally TERROR! Take a glimpse at these hilarious, monster madness highlights, featuring some of the most insanely fun 50’s artwork I’ve ever posted! Spooks, ghouls, vampires, and witches– it’s all here! I can’t thank Pedro enough for sharing these outrageous pages with us, and in light of our recent “something different” theme around here, for me anyway, todays post is most certainly the highpoint with this concept. Enjoy– and once more, thank you, Pedro!!!

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Extraordinario dedicado al Terror!

by on Apr.04, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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

One of the best things about producing this blog over the years is meeting incredible people from all corners of the world, as well as all over the wonderful world wide web. A great example of this is Pedro Sánchez Lancharro from Valencia, Spain, who was generous enough to not only write to me about THOIA, but to also send me these super awesome scans from the March 1958 issue of Tio Vivo humor magazine–which I’m happy to report is dedicated to all things totally TERROR! Take a glimpse at these hilarious, monster madness highlights, featuring some of the most insanely fun 50’s artwork I’ve ever posted! Spooks, ghouls, vampires, and witches– it’s all here! I can’t thank Pedro enough for sharing these outrageous pages with us, and in light of our recent “something different” theme around here, for me anyway, todays post is most certainly the highpoint with this concept. Enjoy– and once more, thank you, Pedro!!!

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Extraordinario dedicado al Terror!

by on Apr.04, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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

One of the best things about producing this blog over the years is meeting incredible people from all corners of the world, as well as all over the wonderful world wide web. A great example of this is Pedro Sánchez Lancharro from Valencia, Spain, who was generous enough to not only write to me about THOIA, but to also send me these super awesome scans from the March 1958 issue of Tio Vivo humor magazine–which I’m happy to report is dedicated to all things totally TERROR! Take a glimpse at these hilarious, monster madness highlights, featuring some of the most insanely fun 50’s artwork I’ve ever posted! Spooks, ghouls, vampires, and witches– it’s all here! I can’t thank Pedro enough for sharing these outrageous pages with us, and in light of our recent “something different” theme around here, for me anyway, todays post is most certainly the highpoint with this concept. Enjoy– and once more, thank you, Pedro!!!

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Buried Alive!

by on Apr.01, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s the first day of a brand spankin’ new month here at THOIA, and oh yeah, happy April’s Fools Day, fiends! Or wait– is it Easter and did Mr. Karswell just pull a fast one on you and actually post a tale of death and resurrection? You will soon find out, as L.B. Cole and Jack Alderman paired up on art duties (dig that splash!) to spin you an eerie yarn of petrifying premature burial– as well as love from beyond the grave! From the August 1944 issue of Suspense Comics #5.

And you didn’t really think I’d leave you without an Easter treat this year, did you? Well, hop on over to my other blog HERE and sink your teeth into a fuzzy tale of holiday fun and fear and long ears and BIG appetites!

Hope everyone had a hoppin’ great day too!

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Vampire Moon

by on Mar.31, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Ever see the superb old Twilight Zone episode called The Grave” starring Lee Marvin and Strother Martin? Those of you familiar with that wonderfully atmospheric horror western themed ep (no spoilers please) may immediately recognize the similarity in the twist of today’s Transylvanian set post. Originally presented in the February 1944 issue of Suspense Comics #2, with early art from John Guinta –and for yet another filmed variation of Leo Rosten’s short story, “The Path Through the Cemetery”, and one that’s a bit modernized and more in tune with THOIA’s mid century mausoleum vibe, check out the ultra low budget, fraternity prank gone wrong fright flick from 1962 called Ring of Terror.

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The Fangs of the Swamp Beast

by on Mar.29, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Something this blog has unfortunately lacked in the decade or so that I’ve been doing this are the perilous adventure tales of the ever alluring, scantily clad jungle girl. So with that in mind, I bring you a stimulating dose of dynamite wrapped in the sultry, red haired form of Taanda, the White Princess of the Jungle –vs a rampaging giant swamp monster! This is a fun one and also very well drawn, but sadly uncredited –though it’s assumed by someone at GCD that it could be Everett Raymond Kinstler. From the August 1952 issue of White Princess of the Jungle #4.

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The Black Closet / Breakout!

by on Mar.27, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Let’s do one more looney Lawbreakers post and then get back to mixing things up again this month, shall we? And here’s a really weird tale that barely makes any sense– but that definitely doesn’t stop it from being insanely fun! The Art Capello illustrations are reminiscent of Ditko at times, and John Belfi returns yet again (3 posts in a row!) with another one page quickie, –PLUS!! more badly drawn bugs! From the May ’53 issue of Lawbreakers Suspense Stories #12.

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Sharp Idea / Hot Seat / Deep Freeze

by on Mar.25, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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THOIA returns after a brief computer malfunction that fried out my graphic board, but we are back on track– and since everyone seemed to like that last Lawbreakers post so much here’s a Sharp Idea— plus a hot and cold one too! Yep, another triple header of dumb ass criminals getting EXACTLY what they deserve. From the jolting July 1953 issue of Lawbreakers Suspense Stories #13.

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Sharp Idea / Hot Seat / Deep Freeze

by on Mar.25, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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THOIA returns after a brief computer malfunction that fried out my graphic board, but we are back on track– and since everyone seemed to like that last Lawbreakers post so much here’s a Sharp Idea— plus a hot and cold one too! Yep, another triple header of dumb ass criminals getting EXACTLY what they deserve. From the jolting July 1953 issue of Lawbreakers Suspense Stories #13.

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Acid Test / Grounds For Murder!

by on Mar.18, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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WARNING: If you’ve just eaten, you may want to wait awhile before reading any of these stories– because dear god *choke* *gag* –the theme for this post is: “Flesh Removal!” And all selections come from the insanely horrific November 1953 issue of the rather not so horrifically titled, Lawbreakers Suspense Stories #15, (this series was apparently Charlton’s response to EC’s Crime Suspenstories), and to say that these seemingly harmless good guy / bad guy tales of burning acid and insatiable insects are gruelingly mean spirited, ugly, and just downright revoltingly repulsive, is putting it ever so mildly. Yes friends, you can almost hear Dick Giordano and John Befli cackling maniacally as they crank-up the ick factor 10-fold here– so hold on to your noses and as well as any other dangling exposed bits, because seriously, some of you may not survive this triple header of twisted terror…

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