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Eerie 01 [Jan'47][Avon]-52pg-c2c - Marble River + Cimm32 scans

26-December-2006 7:47 am
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Username: larrytalbot
Comment: excellent scans. sharp pics & text, good brightness level & colors, good page size.
30-December-2010 11:07 pm
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Username: pops
Comment: I feel like a kid in a candy store, these are amazing, just found this place and I feel like I am 7 years old again with the arial of my crystal radio strung out my window to the clothes line "T". Can't believe this exists!
8-March-2011 9:59 pm
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Username: hurdygurdyguy
Comment: Just found this site! Wow, all the comics that would've been torn up and thrown away in my house if I'd had these as a kid! I am having too much fun!
2-August-2011 5:34 pm
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Username: eubiecat
Comment: Dead mans tale, the second story, looks like the work of Alex Toth. Indeed top quality Toth I'd say.
7-August-2011 12:29 am
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Username: jimcomics
Comment: Sorry Frank, I accidentally logged in as you (Eubiecat) to make the "Alex Toth" comment. As you pointed out to me, it's very likely that the story is instead by George Roussos (with possibly inking help from Mort Meskin). Anyway, it's still a treat for the eyes!
12-November-2011 4:15 am
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Username: fredmanson
Comment: Thanks to put this kind of comic book to be accessible to the general public. Nowadays, mainstream comic books of this kind are not at the same level of quality than before. It is a pity because there are so many backgrounds here and that the new authors have access to them but they do not do it.
14-June-2012 11:55 pm
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Username: cameronfan
Comment: Nice Kubert story, in his earlier period. Some really nice panels.
2-February-2013 6:31 pm
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Username: 10012112
Comment: Hell yes this one great site been looking around for quite some time!!. I am definatly putting a link to this site from mine. Mike http://miscreations.dyndns.org/ sorry about the url
16-August-2016 1:36 am
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Username: noelthomas
Comment: I always wanted to read this comic, but i have never seen it. I love this because now i can! Thanks DCM! Your going to be my favorite site!
 
 

Published: January 1947, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: One-Shot
Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Bob Fujitani | Inks: Bob Fujitani
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (8 pages) The Eyes of the Tiger
Synopsis: Carl Cattler's pet tiger gets his first taste for blood.
Credits: Pencils: Bob Fujitani | Inks: Bob Fujitani
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (11 pages) Dead Man's Tale
Synopsis: Myron Morgan's ghost tells of the bottle that gave him wealth and how he died when it was destroyed.
Credits: Pencils: Jon Small | Inks: George Roussos
Genre: Fantasy; Horror-suspense

Comic Story (9 pages) The Man-Eating Lizards
Synopsis: When a plane goes down in the ocean, the surviving crew members find themselves on an island of giant, man-eating lizards.
Credits: Script: Edward Bellin | Pencils: Joe Kubert (signed) | Inks: Joe Kubert (signed)
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (2 pages)
Synopsis: Goofy is given a new assignment, but it appears to already be haunted.
Genre: Humor; Fantasy

Text Story (3 pages) Proof
Synopsis: Mr. Grohson, the district attorney, is taught a lesson about mistaken impressions.
Credits: Pencils: ? (illustrations) | Inks: ? (illustrations) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (6 pages) Mystery of Murder Manor
Synopsis: Johnny and Rupert Rawlings take refuge in a supposedly haunted house, but find the truth behind the tales.
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (8 pages) The Strange Case of Henpecked Harry
Synopsis: Harry Horton plots the death of his wife, but the guilt drives him mad.
Credits: Pencils: Fred Kida (signed) | Inks: Fred Kida (signed)
Genre: Horror-suspense

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