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The Green Ones

by on Jun.03, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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The screams from the sickening, steamy old swamp continue with an eerie Marty Elkin transformation creature feature classic from the May 1954 issue of Horrific #11. I kind of wish we’d used this one in the Swamp Monsters book, but it’s very similar in theme to a few other tales featured… and yes, you’ll just have to get yourself a copy to see what I mean! (*hint hint) Click HERE for more info!

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The Green Ones

by on Jun.03, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

The screams from the sickening, steamy old swamp continue with an eerie Marty Elkin transformation creature feature classic from the May 1954 issue of Horrific #11. I kind of wish we’d used this one in the Swamp Monsters book, but it’s very similar in theme to a few other tales featured… and yes, you’ll just have to get yourself a copy to see what I mean! (*hint hint) Click HERE for more info!

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Screams in the Swamp

by on Jun.01, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Things are gonna get swampy around here for the next few posts, because as some of you are already aware, our new SWAMP MONSTERS collection (IDW / Yoe Books) will finally surface this month –just click HERE to order your copy and get more information! And here’s the creeping, crawling cover with a horrifically hand lettered title by electrifying Eric Rot:

And say, do you need an example of what’s to be found this time around? Click HERE and HERE for a taste!

And in the meantime, I thought I’d share some other swamp horror tales that didn’t quite make the cut for the book… this doesn’t mean they were unworthy or lacked a certain sort of foggy boggy woggy woo– they mostly just didn’t fit in our newly formatted / limited page count. So put your ear to the peat moss and listen closely… can you hear it? Can you?! It’s coming! Yes, this soggy scream dream doggy paddles into your lives from the July 1953 issue of Haunted Thrills #10.

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Cycle of Horror!

by on May.30, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Ending May 2019 on a rather disgusting note, with a surprisingly gory story highlighted (hmmm, is “highlighted” even the right word?!) with some it’s-so-truly-repulsive-it’s-makin’-me-ill illustrations from THOIA favorite, Al Eadeh. And no, Britt, this Harvey gut-banger from the March 1953 issue of Chamber of Chills #16 is NOT about a killer dirt bike– sheesh!!! Okay, see you goons in June!

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Invitation to Horror

by on May.28, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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If that last terror tale left you feelin’ hazed ‘n confused, THOIA has yet another invitation to a dark ‘n weird night of thrills ‘n chills in a spooky old house– and maybe this time an ending with an actual explanation– one you definitely won’t see coming! From the June 1944 issue of Suspense #4.

Haha, Bela Gulosi and Horace Furloff! Hope that gave a few of you a real good chuckle… okay, something not so cheery comin’ up next for our twisted 13th post of May! Stay tombed…

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Die Laughing!

by on May.26, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Another one from the April 1954 issue of The Thing #13, (see Poor Fish! in our previous post) and as it seems that some of you out there are actually still alive and have not yet died laughing –and I’ve been trying so hard this year!– I feel it’s time to give you all a great big hand. We reprinted this one way back in 2013 in Haunted Horror #6 as well, (which featured Mr. Karswell’s first ever HH cover appearance!) so it might be frighteningly familiar to some. This also fulfills a couple of requests for some early Steve Ditko, in both story and cover art. Happy? Now get dyin’ already!



COLLECT ALL OF ME!!!

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Death Fish / Poor Fish!

by on May.24, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s Double Header Fish Fryday for you today, with both main courses guaranteed to twist their deadly hooks in ya! The first story is from the December 1953 issue of This Magazine is Haunted #14, (the final issue of this spectacular series in fact), with art by Bud Thompson, –followed by a rather painful quickie from the April 1954 issue of The Thing #13, with possible art by Chic Stone. Have a great weekend fiends, and don’t choke on any fish bones!

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