Sunday, January 20, 2013

BAFFLING MYSTERIES "Kill, My Minions of Death!"

The idea of hands-on killing is not a new one...
...but the idea of hands-on using someone else's hands, certainly is!
While the writer is unknown, the artist of this tale from Ace's Baffling Mysteries #17 (1953) is Lou Cameron, who was both a comic/pulp illustrator and a paperback novelist with over 300 books to his credit.
Surprisingly, this story had never been reprinted before it's re-appearance in the new IDW anthology Haunted Horror!

Wednesday, January 9, 2013


A honeymoon can become a nightmare when the newlyweds attend a... you'll see in this tale from Standard's Adventures into Darkness #6 (1952).
The scripter and inker of this story are unknown, but the pencils are clearly by George Tuska, one of the hardest-working artists of the Golden, Silver and Bronze Ages.
This tale has never been reprinted...until now, in the pages of IDW's horror anthology Haunted Horror #2, now at your local comic book shop.
Join us next time as we present another tale your grandparents didn't want your parents to see!

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