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The comics that ate my brain

Author: Mickie Villa; John Wooley
Publisher: Newbury Park, Calif. : Mailbu Graphics, Inc., 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Graphic evil lurks within! Seventeen horror classics from the uncensored pre-code era of comic books!
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Genre/Form: Horror comics
Comics (Graphic works)
Illustrated works
Illustrations
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mickie Villa; John Wooley
ISBN: 0944735770 9780944735770
OCLC Number: 32530727
Description: 114 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Murder, cannibalism, necrophelia, dismemberment and more! / by John Wooley --
Hideout in Hell (originally appeared in Web of evil #7, October 1954) --
The lucky cat (originally appeared in Weird chills #2, September 1954) --
The pit and the pendulum (originally appeared in Amazing ghost stories #14, October 1954) --
The sunken grave (originally appeared in Journey into fear #5, January 1952) --
The man with hollow eyes (originally appeared in Journey into fear #5, January 1952) --
Dream! (originally appeared in Weird mysteries #9, March 1954) --
The ship of lost souls (originally appeared in Web of evil #7, October 1953) --
Mister Lucifer (originally appeared in Eerie #1) --
Death rides high (originally appeared in Crime mysteries #10, November 1953) --
The wig maker (originally appeared in Witches tales #23, February 1953) --
The huckster (originally appeared in Witches tales #23, February 1953) --
The red spider! (originally appeared in Witchcraft #3, July/August 1952) --
Death on ice (originally appeared in Strange Fantasy #6, June 1953) --
Dance of death (originally appeared in Terrific #14, December 1954) --
Volcano of doom (originally appeared in Tomb of terror #6, November 1952) --
The rift of the maggis (originally appeared in Tomb of terror #11, September 1953) --
Green killer! (originally appeared in Chamber of chills #8, May 1952) --
The haunted murderer (originally appeared in Eerie #1, April 1953).
Responsibility: edited by Mickie Villa ; introd. by John Wooley.

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Graphic evil lurks within! Seventeen horror classics from the uncensored pre-code era of comic books!

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