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18-May-2008 6:16 pm
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Username: Poztron
Comment: Nearly perfect crisp scan. Huzzah.
11-July-2012 2:09 pm
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Comment: Gorgeous scan from a slightly faded source; nice save! Thanks!
14-July-2017 4:58 am
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Username: crubberthumb
Comment: Nightmare 001 is a 37 page magazine containing 6 stories (one in prose form, and the last being only a page long). Each of the stories is successful in its own way (though the last is little better than filler), but the first and second managed to be the most original and surprising. Overall 3 1/2 stars out of 5. ========= THE BLOOD SHIP ========= A man loses his hand at the launching of a ship and curses it with his own blood. Determined to see the curse fulfilled he takes sail aboard her... to his own undoing. ========= THE CORPSE THAT WOULDN'T STAY DEAD ========= A tale of jealousy and death when two brothers are trapped by a blizzard. While not the most well written of the stories in this volume, it has a great twist. ========= THE JAW OF JARDINI ========= A short story presented in prose. This one is a surprisingly well written, if predictable little story of the dangers of pursuing knowledge regarding what lies beyond death. ========= THE FATAL NOTE ========= A coward, who lets his fiancé drown in a boating accident, is given a chance to redeem himself by the skeletal keeper of the lighthouse of death. Will he find the courage to save himself? ========= THE TUNNE OF TERROR ========= A man with a guilty conscience builds a carnival sideshow and gets his comeuppance. ========= VISION OF THE GODS ========= A simple one page story in which two film makers are left questioning their sanity after filming a girl who doesn’t appear in the footage. Really, this one's little more than filler.
 
 

Issue: #1
Published: Summer 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Allen Anderson (painting) | Inks: Allen Anderson (painting) | Colours: Allen Anderson (painting)
Genre: Horror-suspense

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Comic Story (8 pages) The Blood Ship
Synopsis: The ship the Gloris Dune is christened but at the launch runs over a drunken sailor who curses it at the loss of his hand. Embittered, he signs aboard the whaler and burns her down. Hoping as the only survivor no one will know, he books passage aboard a mysterious whaler and learns it's the ghost ship, with dire consequences for him!
Credits: Pencils: George Tuska | Inks: George Tuska
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (8 pages) The Corpse That Wouldn't Stay Dead
Synopsis: Tom hates his brother Jeff. They both get caught in a terrible snow storm and find shelter in a log cabin with no food. In desperation they hunt in the storm and Tom trips, accidentally shooting his disbelieving brother. He buries him in the snow outside the cabin only to have him appear in the cabin the following 2 mornings. Found screaming, Tom is locked up in a hospital and ends his life digging up his brother to prove to him he didn't kill him.
Credits: Pencils: George Tuska | Inks: George Tuska
Genre: Horror-suspense

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Text Story (2 pages) Jardini's Jaw
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) The Fatal Note
Synopsis: Walt and Eve are sailing and just as Eve is assured of Walt's love for her their boat is wrecked in a storm. Walt holds onto a spar to keep afloat and Eve drowns, screaming for help. Walt blames himself. After a time he thinks himself safe as he meets Morta, keeper of the lighthouse, who claims to know that he let Eve drown. Signing a note, Walt is sent back to the land of the living and on discharge from hospital gradually falls in love with Eve's best friend. But he is haunted by images of Eve's face as she was drowning. Leaving for Paris his flight goes down in the ocean in which he jumps to be with Eve.
Credits: Pencils: Syd Shores | Inks: Syd Shores | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (4 pages) The Tunnel of Horror
Synopsis: Two bums are scouring the beach and discover a valuable ring, which leads one to kill the other. He then tries to persuade a former fairground colleague to allow him to rejoin the partnership as he now has money. Refusing, the colleague sees that the bum has indeed got money and is setting himself up in competition, and sends the Police round to frighten him. The bum rushes into the Tunnel of Horror to 'see' his murdered victim and dies in the tunnel.
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) Vision of the Gods
Synopsis: Two photographers film temples in Ceylon and suddenly see a dancing beauty. On return they find everything fine except she does not appear on their film.
Credits: Pencils: Everett Raymond Kinstler (signed) | Inks: Everett Raymond Kinstler (signed)
Genre: Horror-suspense

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