Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The Vampire Swoops

THE HORRORS OF IT ALL swoops back into epic action with a blood sucker yarn from the October-November 1950 issue of Adventures into the Unknown #13, art by Leonard Starr, who sadly passed away last week on June 30th at the age of 89. RIP

Saturday, June 27, 2015

The Glistening Death

Well, as some of you have figured out, Haunted Horror #17 is slightly delayed and now coming out NEXT week... no biggy really, and sorry about the confusion. Here's another preview tale from the issue, this one originally appeared in Avon's very cool City of the Living Dead one-shot from 1952, art by Nodel and Alascia. See ya at the comic shop on Wednesday!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

HAUNTED HORROR #17 / A Pound of Flesh

HAUNTED HORROR #17 creeps into stores this week, and as usual, here's your full FREE preview of one of the more superbly sick stories contained within! Originally presented in the October 1953 issue of Mysterious Adventures #16 --art by Ross Andru! The rest of the issue is nicely carved-out with a scream-worthy assortment of monsters, madness, and murder! Enjoy!

Sunday, June 21, 2015

RIP Earl Norem (1924 - 2015)

RIP Earl Norem, American artist primarily known for his painted covers for men's-adventure magazines and black-and-white comics mags affiliated with the Marvel Comics division. Over his long career, Norem also illustrated covers for novels and gaming books, as well as movie posters, baseball programs, and trading cards.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Pursuit of the Vampire

We continue honoring the life and legacy of actor Christopher Lee, who recently passed away at the age of 93, --and here's another black and white, blood sucker classic that was originally posted here a few years ago (again for those of you who are new to THOIA.) From the debut issue of Creepy #1, and later reprinted in the Sept. '79 issue of Dracula '79, aka Warren Presents #5-- more specifically, this "collector's edition" magazine features an incredible painting of Chris Lee on the cover.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Dracula's Guest

We lost the last of the iconic, golden age horror greats yesterday, and we will honor his legacy throughout the month with tales related to his amazing life and career. To many, the man was Dracula, so what better place to start than with an encore presentation of the Bram Stoker classic, "Dracula's Guest" adapted by Frank Bolle in 1966 for Christopher Lee's Treasury of Terror paperback (originally featured here at THOIA back in 2010.)

Rest in peace, dear Prince of Darkness.