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Uploader: tilliban
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Another book from the JVJ collection.


26-December-2012 5:41 pm
Username: jessfranco
Comment: Thank you tilliban. I'm just curious but is this an upgrade of the same issue number one that was already posted from before?
27-December-2012 3:23 pm
Username: tilliban
Comment: I have no knowledge of a BEYOND #1 posted here before. The stories may seem familiar, because they have all been reprinted in later Ace horror books...
13-February-2020 6:05 am
Username: ghmcleod
Comment: Thank You
16-April-2021 12:52 am
Username: Porky
Comment: Your memory quality and size ratio is just perfect. What you manage with a good 20 mb is really awesome. That goes for all your scans, because I don't make a comment every time, ha ha. Please keep it up.

Issue: #1
Published: November 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) The Werewolf Strikes!
Credits: Pencils: Warren Kremer ? | Inks: Warren Kremer ?
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (7 pages) The Werewolf Strikes!
Synopsis: Professor Drago is a werewolf, but working on a formula to keep his human form. But time runs out and Drago gets cornered.
Credits: Pencils: Frank Giusto | Inks: Frank Giusto
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) True Tales of the Supernatural #3
Featuring: True Tales of the Supernatural
Synopsis: "In 1873 there occurred a strange incident in Ireland..." Innkeeper Riordan foresees a murder in his dreams and leads the police to the killer's lair.
Credits: Pencils: Don Perlin ? | Inks: Don Perlin ?
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (7 pages) The Reluctant Ghost
Synopsis: At a seance, three people command spirits from the beyond to supply them with beauty, knowledge and money. Their wishes come true, but the price to pay is high.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Rice | Inks: Ken Rice
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) True Tales of the Supernatural #4
Featuring: True Tales of the Supernatural
Synopsis: "Oliver Chapman lived on his private estate in the suburbs of London..." For fear of being buried alive, Chapman puts a foghorn next to his coffin in the crypt. When he dies, his relatives hear the sound of the foghorn and witness a walking ghost.
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (7 pages) The Phantom Puppet
Synopsis: Puppet master Lucas creates a wooden doll of Jack The Ripper. To his astonishment the doll comes alive and goes on a murder spree. When no one believes him, Lucas (stabbed by his devilish doll) sets the house on fire. Puppet and master perish in the flames.
Credits: Inks: Lin Streeter
Genre: Horror-suspense

Text Story (2 pages) The Mummy's Curse
Synopsis: Egyptian Whodunit: Archeologist sets deadly trap for his employer by springing a mummy's poisoned ornament on him. Egyptian detective can put the blame on him.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (7 pages) Master of the Undead
Synopsis: Mystery writer Peter Brandon has to do research for a book on zombies. Though flying to Haiti and experiencing a wild zombie chase, he wakes up in his own New York room a week later. Was it all just a nightmare?
Credits: Pencils: Al Hartley | Inks: Al Hartley
Genre: Horror-suspense

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