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Picture of Evil

by on Jul.31, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Time for one last date with the Devil, and once again we’re heading to the mysterious ‘ol disappearing shop that nobody has ever seen before (nor will ever see again), and we have some really super art by Joe Kubert from the October 1953 one-shot issue of House of Terror #1 3D as well. Annnnd now you know why the scans look so odd, and yes, you’re not drunk. I attempted to tweak these a bit, eliminating the 3D process as much as possible so it’s easier to read on a computer or phone screen (first page, awesome splash, but not so successfully tweaked– the rest of the story should be pretty good though!)

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Corpses – Cash and Carry

by on Jul.20, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s not all fun ‘n games here at THE HORRORS OF IT ALL, and occasionally we take it upon ourselves to educate you fine readers with a little bit of TRUE CRIME history. So if for whatever reason you’re not already familiar with the Burke and Hare murders that occurred in Scotland in 1828, (click HERE for more) then you my friend are about to learn the gruesomely true tale of sick supply and diabolical demand. From the March – April 1948 issue of Exposed #1.

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Happy Anniversary!

by on Jul.12, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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On this day in 2007, I got the wild scare up my rear to start a blog devoted to precode horror comics, and wow, here we are exactly 12 years later, and with nearly 2,000 posts logged (1,960 to be exact) –and still going! A billion thanks to everyone that keeps stopping by and commenting, (the amount of friends I’ve made here over the years continues to boggle my mind), and also to all the fellow bloggers who have kept it going as well, without all of you this whole show would’ve folded long ago like so many others sadly enough have. So let us now celebrate in the only way we know how– with more horror, and more specifically, two of our favorites around here: Bob Powell and Howard Nostrand! From the September 1953 issue of Chamber of Chills #19, –yes, the one with THE all-time classic cover!

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Happy Anniversary!

by on Jul.12, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

On this day in 2007, I got the wild scare up my rear to start a blog devoted to precode horror comics, and wow, here we are exactly 12 years later, and with nearly 2,000 posts logged (1,960 to be exact) –and still going! A billion thanks to everyone that keeps stopping by and commenting, (the amount of friends I’ve made here over the years continues to boggle my mind), and also to all the fellow bloggers who have kept it going as well, without all of you this whole show would’ve folded long ago like so many others sadly enough have. So let us now celebrate in the only way we know how– with more horror, and more specifically, two of our favorites around here: Bob Powell and Howard Nostrand! From the September 1953 issue of Chamber of Chills #19, –yes, the one with THE all-time classic cover!

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