Call for Luther Kane

by on Oct.11, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Man Who Came Back to Life

by on Oct.09, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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We’ll stick with the July 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #10 for a few more posts because it’s so darn chocked full of enchanting mirth and wonder. Did I say “darn?” I meant damned. Did I say “chocked?” I meant choked. Did I say “enchanting mirth?” I meant embalmed dirt. I wonder what I meant by “wonder?” Hmmmm… anyway, nice art by Paul Reinman and a super duper, crypt kickin’ cover by Russ Heath too!

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The Man Who Came Back to Life

by on Oct.09, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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We’ll stick with the July 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #10 for a few more posts because it’s so darn chocked full of enchanting mirth and wonder. Did I say “darn?” I meant damned. Did I say “chocked?” I meant choked. Did I say “enchanting mirth?” I meant embalmed dirt. I wonder what I meant by “wonder?” Hmmmm… anyway, nice art by Paul Reinman and a super duper, crypt kickin’ cover by Russ Heath too!

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Money Mad! / Fish Story

by on Oct.06, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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As mentioned in the previous post, October is Atlas Month, and as we countdown to Halloween, things around here will likely only get horrifically weirder! And today is no exception with two jolting Joe Maneely tales, our first written by Stan Lee (of course) from the July 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #10, –the second, a silly science fiction freak-out, from the January 1954 issue of Uncanny Tales #16.

And if you need more Atlas today, head over to Pappy’s for a great terror tale too! CLICK HERE!

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The Witch of Landor

by on Oct.04, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Okay, we’re FINALLY getting things going around here for the big October Countdown already! And I’m pretty sure no one will complain about a month of Atlas Tales, eh? Yeah, you know where to go to get your unmatchable Halloween fix, 365 days (give or take a few) of the year, don’t you?

From the April 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #7, with atmospheric art by THOIA fave, Larry Woromay!

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The Witch of Landor

by on Oct.04, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Okay, we’re FINALLY getting things going around here for the big October Countdown already! And I’m pretty sure no one will complain about a month of Atlas Tales, eh? Yeah, you know where to go to get your unmatchable Halloween fix, 365 days (give or take a few) of the year, don’t you?

From the April 1953 issue of Uncanny Tales #7, with atmospheric art by THOIA fave, Larry Woromay!

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Two-of-a-Kind! / Double Trouble

by on Sep.29, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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As we’ve seen over the years around here, sometimes the crime comics can actually out horror even the most horrific horror comics, and today’s deadly double beheader from the July 1954 issue of Fight Against Crime #20 is no exception! A real two-of-a-kind with some serious double trouble, not to mention the SOTI worthy cover art (!!!) is just the icing on the severed head cake! GCD has no artist information on either story or the cover, unfortunately… anybody know anything?

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Two-of-a-Kind! / Double Trouble

by on Sep.29, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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As we’ve seen over the years around here, sometimes the crime comics can actually out horror even the most horrific horror comics, and today’s deadly double beheader from the July 1954 issue of Fight Against Crime #20 is no exception! A real two-of-a-kind with some serious double trouble, not to mention the SOTI worthy cover art (!!!) is just the icing on the severed head cake! GCD has no artist information on either story or the cover, unfortunately… anybody know anything?

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Web of the Widow

by on Sep.22, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Keeping the bone scorchin’ thrills a’creepin’ with another one from the August 1954 issue of Haunted Thrills #16. Man oh man, isn’t that a great splash! And please don’t let that gigantic block of opening narrative text turn you off– this one is worth its webs in gold! Seriously, step into the THOIA parlor this morning– don’t make me SPLAT! you across the face!

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Devil’s Bride

by on Sep.19, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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A few posts back we had Satan’s Woman Prize, now today we have the Devil’s Bride! And seriously, what could have been just another Iger Shop tale of head splattering suicide and wrist gouged bloodletting (with cursed vampirism overtones), slowly transforms into a terrific tale of demonic possession that would make even William Peter Blatty grin from his coffin– maybe by page 4 you’ll see what I mean.

From the July – August 1954 issue of Haunted Thrills #16.

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