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13-April-2010 7:55 pm
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Username: eddroush
Comment: This comic deserves a 10!! I accidentally just gave it a 5 rating, and that's a travesty as everything I've seen on the site is deserving of an emphatic 10. If an administrator reads this, please change the rating if possible. Seeing it as an 8.75 unfairly diminishes its reputation and I feel awful for having done so. Thank you for your fantastic site! It is priceless.
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Issue: #3
Published: 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: J. F. Byrne (Managing Editor); Jerry Iger (Art Director)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Issue contains Johnny Bell and Jack Abel art as members of the Iger Studios.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Maurice Whitman ?
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (9 pages) "Nobody knew who wrote the message..."
Featuring: The Ghost Gallery
Synopsis: Convict Red Harrison breaks out of prison and is led by the ghost of a murdered policeman to the son of the cop, who is about to embark onto a life of crime. Red saves Tim from a bunch of mobsters, but is killed in the process.
Credits: Script: Drew Murdoch | Pencils: Iger Studios: Jack Kamen | Inks: Iger Studios: Jack Kamen
Genre: Crime Horror-suspense

Comic Story (5 pages) "Never will I forget that night in Cairo..."
Featuring: The Werewolf Hunter
Synopsis: In Cairo, Professor Broussard battles Cephalia, a sorceress releasing an army of deadly spiders.
Credits: Script: Armand Weygand | Pencils: Lily Renée (signed in original) | Inks: Lily Renée (signed in original)
Genre: Horror-suspense

Text Article (0 pages) San Martin
Featuring: Stamps
Credits: Script: Sidney Elias | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (5 pages) "An evil eye was focused on me!"
Featuring: The Werewolf Hunter
Synopsis: In Bagdad, Professor Broussard finds his face woven into a carpet and experiences a wild hallucination about robbing precious gems and killing for it.
Credits: Script: Armand Broussard | Pencils: Lily Renée | Inks: Lily Renée
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (9 pages) The Dark Eyes of Destiny
Featuring: The Ghost Gallery
Synopsis: Drew Murdoch investigates a pair of mystic glasses predicting doom – and their mysterious owner, a certain “Azrael”.
Credits: Script: Drew Murdoch | Pencils: Gus Schrotter? | Inks: Jack Kamen?
Genre: Horror-suspense

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