The Corpse

by on Jul.21, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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Similar to last weeks post about the island, today’s somber little tale of luridly living on, from the August 1953 issue of Menace #6, is as morbid as it is terrifyingly touching. It’s a spooky Stan Lee and Russ Heath team-up, packing four pages of putrid punch to tug at the noose-shaped heartstrings you feel slowly winding around your throat…

Who else could you get to stay with a ghost, you ask? How about the woman that recently died in the house?! Anyone hear a knock at the door?

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The Bones…

by on Jul.19, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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If you’ve ever felt the uncontrollable urge to kiss a moldy old human skull just dug up from an ancient grave, then this is definitely the story for you! From the super spooky, September 1953 issue of Men’s Adventures #23, and highlighted with art by mad Mort Lawrence who kindly signed his name right on the tombstone in the splash.

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The Baby-Sitter!

by on Jul.16, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The weekend is still a few days away, but who’s got big plans coming up? I guess in our current age of social distancing and hot spot closures it’s tough to find some of that much needed entertainment and excitement. But when you do find it, oh boy– call The Babysitter!!! Just be sure you have all of your P’s & Q’s in order before stepping out, because you never know what frightening frame of mind people are actually in these days. From the February 1954 issue of Marvel Tales #120.

Hahaha…

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The Baby-Sitter!

by on Jul.16, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The weekend is still a few days away, but who’s got big plans coming up? I guess in our current age of social distancing and hot spot closures it’s tough to find some of that much needed entertainment and excitement. But when you do find it, oh boy– call The Babysitter!!! Just be sure you have all of your P’s & Q’s in order before stepping out, because you never know what frightening frame of mind people are actually in these days. From the February 1954 issue of Marvel Tales #120.

Hahaha…

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The Storm

by on Jul.13, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Storm

by on Jul.13, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Island

by on Jul.11, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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If the summer heat has got you down, why not take a blood curdling dip into the high seas of screams with this Cal Massey “Marvel Masterpiece” from the August 1951 issue of Marvel Tales #102. Boy, there are some really chilling faces in this one, so chilling in fact, that you might not even need to take that doomed dip cuz your blood is probably already freezing over just looking at that shivery splash…

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The Spider!

by on Jul.08, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s been spider overload here lately in my neck of the woods this summer, so I thought I’d share the frighteningly fuzzy fun and give everyone else the creepy crawlies as well. And wallopin’ web snappers, it sure is nice to see some early work from Larry Woromay around here too, even though his sinister spider looks more like a bloated blood tick about to pop. And I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen laudatory editor blurbs in an Atlas splash like this before, it’s pretty funny when you think about it because, well… nuff said. No wait,  –one more thing, if you have a thing about innocent animal death ‘n torture you may want to just entirely skip this post today. Fair warning. From the juicy June 1951 issue of Marvel Tales #101.

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The Spider!

by on Jul.08, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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It’s been spider overload here lately in my neck of the woods this summer, so I thought I’d share the frighteningly fuzzy fun and give everyone else the creepy crawlies as well. And wallopin’ web snappers, it sure is nice to see some early work from Larry Woromay around here too, even though his sinister spider looks more like a bloated blood tick about to pop. And I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen laudatory editor blurbs in an Atlas splash like this before, it’s pretty funny when you think about it because, well… nuff said. No wait,  –one more thing, if you have a thing about innocent animal death ‘n torture you may want to just entirely skip this post today. Fair warning. From the juicy June 1951 issue of Marvel Tales #101.

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The Undead!

by on Jul.05, 2020, under Syndicated from the Web

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The cemetery hills are alive with the sounds of, umm, shovels, as we dig into an Allen Bellman Atlas horror entry from the July 1951 issue of Mystic #3. Hmmm, as “one of the most important men of science”, you’d think this guy would’ve thought of the one major detail that everyone will be thinking while reading this terror tale– it doesn’t make it any less entertaining though! Yes, that’s entertainment, f-f-f-folks!

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