A Host of Horrors

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

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

All three HAUNTED HORROR hosts recently found themselves in splendid creepy company in this amazing illustration by Tampa teacher / librarian, Lou Russo, featuring legendary horror hosts (old and new) and classic monsters alike! Mr. Karswell, Madame Clizia, and Forelock appear on the left hand side of the piece, just above Vampira and Svengoolie. And speaking of, this wonderful piece was also recently featured on an episode of Svengoolie, CLICK HERE to see an excerpt!

Thanks again to Lou for including us in the fun, and also to JMR for pointing out all of this to us in the first place! Can anyone put a name to all of the faces? First person to do so could win a special THOIA prize!

Leave a Comment more...

SWAMP MONSTERS DEAL

by on Jun.29, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

I have some extra copies of my chilling new SWAMP MONSTERS collection for $25.00 –that means you get it directly from me with FREE SHIPPING, and I’ll even throw in a copy of HAUNTED HORROR and/or WEIRD LOVE too, if you prefer one over the other. I’ll also scribble my name in it if you want. Just drop me an email to get swamped today (act fast, supplies are limited!)

Additional back issues of HAUNTED HORROR, HAUNTED LOVE, and WEIRD LOVE always available from me  (while supplies last) if you need to fill some holes in your series runs– let me know what you need! A few hardcovers left too, so hurry…

Leave a Comment more...

Crimson Death

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

Leave a Comment more...

Blood Vengeance!

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

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

Like our last post, today’s bloody ghost tale is also nicely illustrated by Charles Nicholas, and while it feels like the usual, colorful sort of 7-page ACG or Ace Magazines story, it’s actually from the October 1951 issue of Weird Adventures #3 (see the Dr. Psycha tale posted last month from the same issue HERE!) Oh yeah, one other thing setting Blood Vengeance apart from the auspicious ACG or Ace tropes is the horrifically holy moly brutal climax which you just have to see to believe. THUD!

Leave a Comment more...

Blood Vengeance!

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

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

Like our last post, today’s bloody ghost tale is also nicely illustrated by Charles Nicholas, and while it feels like the usual, colorful sort of 7-page ACG or Ace Magazines story, it’s actually from the October 1951 issue of Weird Adventures #3 (see the Dr. Psycha tale posted last month from the same issue HERE!) Oh yeah, one other thing setting Blood Vengeance apart from the auspicious ACG or Ace tropes is the horrifically holy moly brutal climax which you just have to see to believe. THUD!

Leave a Comment more...

The Oozing Horror

by on Jun.22, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

Leave a Comment more...

The Thirsty Idol / Haunted Houses

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

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

I don’t know about you, but pouring human blood on anything to achieve something in return typically just seems like it’s gonna be a bad idea. Case in point: today’s saturated scare-o-rama illustrated by Rocco Mastroserio from the May 1953 issue of The Unseen #10. And you, dear lady, might I add– are no Indiana Jones! I’ve also rounded out today’s rollickin’ sadventure with a haunted one page quickie, also by Rocco.

+++++++++++++++++BOO-ONUS!

Leave a Comment more...

Ghoul Crazy

by on Jun.16, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

It’s Father’s Day, and what’s the one thing that most dads want on this day more than anything else? I mean besides money. That’s right– GIRLS! So let’s rip open the August 1953 issue of Mysterious Adventures #15, fire up Rotley Grue’s “Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls” on the old turntable, and see how the holiday ends for our hero in this traumatizing tale of untamed lust.

More bowling horror! Dad’s love bowling!

Leave a Comment more...

Ghoul Crazy

by on Jun.16, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

It’s Father’s Day, and what’s the one thing that most dads want on this day more than anything else? I mean besides money. That’s right– GIRLS! So let’s rip open the August 1953 issue of Mysterious Adventures #15, fire up Rotley Grue’s “Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls” on the old turntable, and see how the holiday ends for our hero in this traumatizing tale of untamed lust.

More bowling horror! Dad’s love bowling!

Leave a Comment more...

Night Owl

by on Jun.14, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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

Is there a genre for gory bowling themed horror? Well, there is now! Originally presented in the July 1954 issue of Horrific #6, (art by Marty Elkin), we actually reprinted this one in the June 2013 issue of Haunted Horror #5 and it’s seriously one of the most insanely entertaining tales you’ve ever seen coming from a mile away– twist ending wise, that is!

Leave a Comment more...

Site Representation Request

If you have a relevant website and wish to be represented on MonsterFanClub.com, please send a link to your site with a brief description and be sure to include a note granting permission to include your content. Send requests to netherworldnetwork[at]comcast[dot]net with the subject line "content feed permission" and we will be happy to consider adding your site to our family of associated websites.

Information Content Disclaimer

The views and opinions stated in any and all of the articles represented on this site are solely those of the contributing author or authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of MonsterFanClub.com, The Netherworld Network, its parent company or any affiliated companies, or any individual, groups, or companies mentioned in articles on this site.