Shadows in Pawn / Devil’s Stones

by on Jun.20, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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The final two pieces of the June 1952 issue of The Unseen #5 puzzle… a puzzling issue of high weirdness I mean, as witnessed in our last post HERE about the hunter, but also the story about the giant man-eating caterpillar in the THOIA Archive HERE; the spectral highwayman horrors from an Alex Toth classic HERE, and finally today’s Abe Simon entry about a man without a shadow! (Plus a one page bonus filler tale.) Hope everyone enjoyed another FULL ISSUE presentation!

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The Nine Horrors

by on Jun.15, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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What’s worse than having to kill a were-tigress that relentlessly stalks you and your best gal? How about one that has to be killed 9 times because– oh yeah– it’s a cat! A fun dose of jungle jitters from the June 1952 debut issue of The Unseen #5 (umm, wait a sec, how is issue #5 the debut you ponder? Ask Pines!) Super slick artwork from Ross Andru too, who also illustrated the cover.

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The Sorcerer / Dark Dancer

by on Jun.09, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Daughter of Doom

by on Jun.03, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Invasion of the Windsuckers from Beyond the Stars

by on May.27, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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If this blog ever starts becoming too predictable, please please please remember that I posted this 4 page pants splitter about far-out fart lovers from beyond the stars. How many of you even knew there was a Nation Lampoon-esque magazine called Apple Pie published by Lopez in the mid 70’s anyway? Yep, 8 whole issues! Learn something pew every day…

From the gag-inducing March 1975 “Flatulence” (debut) issue of Apple Pie Vol. 1 #1

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Fire Dance

by on May.23, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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An apology awaits as I know it’s been awhile since our last post, but sinister scanner issues (as well as my teenage son who’s now on summer vacation and creating his own video game) have allowed me very little time on my own damn computer! But now, finally, we’ll leap forward a bit into the silver age of horror comics for another weirdly mysterious tale, this time about the mother of all moths, from the June 1975 issue of Weird Mystery Tales #19, highlighted by a spooky Luiz Dominguez cover, and eerie interior art by Abe Ocampo. Today’s special post is also dedicated to another ravishingly lovely moth I know ­čśë enjoy– lots more on the way this summer, I promise!

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The Carpenter’s Cursed Creature

by on May.12, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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The final freak-out story from the August 1952 issue of Web of Mystery #12, (and yep, another FULL ISSUE presentation here at THOIA, check the last 3 posts, as well as The Silver Bell of Doom already in the archive from way back 2008!) And OMG– did I save the bat shittin’ best yarn for last?! Let’s take a vote on this crazy ass collection of Ace classics, shall we?

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The Footlight Furies

by on May.09, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Arm of Tatra Magis

by on May.04, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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"Hack, Hack, Sweet Has-Been" or "What Ever Happened To Good Taste?"

by on Apr.29, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Annnnnd here we go– I promised you guys something different, and while I have delivered a few MAD Magazine posts in the past, I’ve yet to submit this kooky spoof that spearheads the Hollywood trend (at the time) of casting glamorous 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s Golden Age actresses into B-horror film roles of the 50’s and 60’s. Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwick, the list goes on, and as film history has shown, while they aged gracefully and reached their own “golden years” in life, the youth obsessed film industry either turned their backs on them completely, or cast them in campy trash classics like Trog. Or, in the case of today’s post, “Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte” meets “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?” Some actresses actually prospered in this new age of horror cinema, while unfortunately, others did not. And while I’m not super fond of the stale arsenal of age jokes here that make fun of some of my all-time favorite leading ladies, I certainly do love the magnificent Mort Drucker artwork, as well as the very idea of all these wonderful women coming together for a murderous axe party in a dreary old house! Originally featured in the January 1966 issue of MAD #100, script by Larry Siegel. Enjoy, and we’ll see you next month– IN COLOR!

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