Dwellers in Darkness

by on Sep.05, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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I had a request this week for anything by Jay Disbrow, and further into the conversation after mentioning the Jay Disbrow Chilling Archives hardcover collection from IDW / Yoe Books (still available HERE), this same person (who shall remain nameless!) didn’t even know the book existed somehow! Soooo, here’s an example of a story from said collection– a story that somehow also hasn’t found its way into the THOIA Archive! Alright, killing two birds with one satanic stone, here we go with a definitive Jay Disbrow classic! From the September 1954 issue of Beware #11.

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Slithering Terror

by on Sep.02, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Slithering Terror

by on Sep.02, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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R.I.P Marie Severin

by on Sep.01, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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When Werewolves Die

by on Aug.30, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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R.I.P. Russ Heath

by on Aug.25, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Just learned of the passing of artist extraordinaire, Russ Heath, an incredibly influencial hero to many in the field of comics, and especially to the fearless fandom of pre code horror, most notably his top notch output for Atlas / Marvel. There are quite a few examples of his tremendous work in our archive, just use the keyword name tag (on the left) today, and pay your respects to a true legend. I’ve included one of my favorite Atlas quickies by him below from the April 1953 issue of Marvel Tales #113. R.I.P.

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His Own Funeral

by on Aug.24, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Here’s a real spooker from the September 1954 issue of Beware #11, complete with an incredibly interesting ending right outta left field that’s absolutely overflowing with eerie implication– so much so, that it takes this somewhat routine mad undertaker tale and propels it to a whole new level. See what you guys think… and what the heck, maybe I’ll toss in an added bonus prize to whoever comes up with the best epilogue to this one– I really wanna know what happens after that final panel when the rest of the fluid is used up!

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The Fatal Note!

by on Aug.21, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Fatal Note!

by on Aug.21, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Pursued / The Screaming Skull

by on Aug.17, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

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Well, we’ve come this far with the December 1952 issue of Chilling Tales #13, might as well finish it out for another FULL ISSUE THOIA presentation! It’s definitely been a while since we’ve had a screaming skull story, so here we go with a rather soggy double header (one by land, and one by sea, and both are pretty much the exact same tale o’vengeance), but first we’ll dive into the eerie, dark depths– just try not to get water up your noses! Classic cover art by Matt Fox.

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