Curse of the Fire-Bird

by on May.16, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Man Who Outdistanced Death!

by on May.10, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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We reach the final story post from the new issue of HAUNTED HORROR… yes, we thought we’d give you a full taste of issue #16 to see what you’re missing (if you happen to be one of those types that doesn’t buy new comics!) Lots more on the way from HAUNTED HORROR, as well as THE HORRORS OF IT ALL— umm, as soon as I get back from a quickie vacation. See ya’ll in a week, THOIA returns next weekend with another terrifying tomb of frights and delights! :)

Originally presented in the Dec ’52 issue of Strange Suspense Stories #4 (art by George Evans.)

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The Stolen Brain

by on May.08, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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Search into the Unknown! (and for contest winners)

by on May.03, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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More heinous hits from HAUNTED HORROR #16— in stores NOW! Yep, we thought it’s time to show you non-buying comic kooks what you’re missing– in its ENTIRETY!! We have a few more stories to go, and today’s slithery classic originally appeared in the March 1953 issue of Beware! Terror Tales #6, –it’s 10 whoppin’ pages of cold blooded action and eeeeeevil!!

***Also, we have our 3 winners in the HH16 Contest: Grant! Brandiweed! and JD! Email your addresses to me at karswell @ hotmail.com (remove the spaces) –yes, you nightmarishly doomed fiends each get a personalized copy of HH16! Thanks again to everyone that entered!***

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HAUNTED HORROR #16 / Black Death

by on Apr.30, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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Haunted Horror #16 is in stores NOW, and beyond that creepy-crawly insect cover awaits today’s even creepier, crawlier insect tale to take a bite out of your senses! Originally presented in the November 1953 issue of Fantastic Fears #4, “Black Death” has been referred to by HH friend, Tom Stein as “one of the greatest pre-code horror stories ever told!” I do believe he’s correct! *shivers!

And don’t forget about our contest– see the last post for details!

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Nightmare of Doom! + CONTEST

by on Apr.27, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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More doom for ya, this time from the January 1953 issue of Chamber of Chills #15— and dear lord *choke!* it’s also featured in HAUNTED HORROR #16 –in stores this Wednesday! Want a FREE copy of HH16 personally signed by Mr. Karswell himself? Just leave a comment about today’s story below, and then tell us about your own personal nightmare of doom– be sure to leave an email address too! I’ll be drawing 3 names on Walpurgis Night (that’s Thursday, April 30th at midnight, aka May 1st, for those of you not evil enough to know better!) So give it to me straight from the grave, doom lovers, be as detailed and deadly as you want, but the more nightmarish (and naughty) the better– I’m only putting the really good ones into the fishbowl this time. Good luck to everyone that enters, and stay tombed for another HH16 preview this week as well!

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Nightmare of Doom! + CONTEST

by on Apr.27, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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More doom for ya, this time from the January 1953 issue of Chamber of Chills #15— and dear lord *choke!* it’s also featured in HAUNTED HORROR #16 –in stores this Wednesday! Want a FREE copy of HH16 personally signed by Mr. Karswell himself? Just leave a comment about today’s story below, and then tell us about your own personal nightmare of doom– be sure to leave an email address too! I’ll be drawing 3 names on Walpurgis Night (that’s Thursday, April 30th at midnight, aka May 1st, for those of you not evil enough to know better!) So give it to me straight from the grave, doom lovers, be as detailed and deadly as you want, but the more nightmarish (and naughty) the better– I’m only putting the really good ones into the fishbowl this time. Good luck to everyone that enters, and stay tombed for another HH16 preview this week as well!

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Fingered!

by on Apr.23, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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THOIA gives you the finger today with a double encore presentation of precode horror! Both stories have been posted here before, and they will also be featured in HAUNTED HORROR #16 coming to finer comic book establishments next week– so mark your calendars now! Fingers of Doom is originally from the Oct ’53 issue of Dark Mysteries #14art by our good friend Hy Fleishman; and Finger of Guilt is from the Sept ’53 issue of Adventures into Darkness #11art by John Celardo. We’ll have another petrifying preview (or two) for you coming up next week as well!

The countdown to HAUNTED HORROR #16 is on!!

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Killer Lady

by on Apr.19, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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Here’s an encore presentation of one of the more popular stories we featured here long, long ago… and since I’m incredibly busy with some new projects, and we have lots of lovely new followers too, occasionally I’ll be dusting off some of these archived entries to remind people of what glorious evils await in our vast vault of no return. Dig around a little– and you will see!

From the February 1953 issue of Voodoo #6.

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The Vampire of Broadway

by on Apr.16, 2015, under Syndicated from the Web

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Another request is one of the oddest vampire tales ever from the February-March 1977 issue of House of Secrets #144. Nice, atmospheric art by Abe Ocampo (I’m sure I would totally die in amazement if I ever saw a giant 3D billboard featuring a vampire girl in a coffin to promote a movie!), and even though the choppy storyline doesn’t quite hold it all together, that just makes everything seem more strangely surreal. Still a winner in weirdness factor alone! (For Tanya and Allan :)

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