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Uploader: tilliban
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Another book from the JVJ collection.

  

27-April-2013 5:35 am
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Username: tilliban
Comment: Before you even ask: I will present you #10 in the next weeks. Still missing #7 may come up in autumn (I know a guy...).
27-April-2013 5:51 am
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Username: Robert
Comment: Terrific thanks! What the world needs apart from 7 and 10 is a better scan of the classic 9.
27-April-2013 7:18 am
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Username: andy9279
Comment: Whatta cover! Thanks for the horror comics, I get all excited every time I see a new one!
27-April-2013 11:53 pm
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Username: FrenchyFroze
Comment: thanks for posting thing tilliban. Good readin' tonight round midnight. yeah.
28-April-2013 7:37 am
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Username: misterxus
Comment: Love it! Thanks a million for the great scan/share!
28-April-2013 9:12 am
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Username: jessfranco
Comment: Thank you so much tilliban for The Thing 5.
 
 

Issue: #5
Published: October-November 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Alfred V. Fago
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) The Thing
Credits: Pencils: Lou Morales (signed) | Inks: Lou Morales
Genre: Horror-suspense

Table Of Contents (1 page) The Thing Presents
Credits: Pencils: Lou Morales (signed) | Inks: Lou Morales
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (8 pages) Curse of Karnak
Synopsis: Professor Ambrose carelessly revives the mummy of King Mentu and sets free a plague of Egyptian gods running amok in the excavation camp.
Credits: Pencils: Bob Forgione (signed) | Inks: Bob Forgione | Letters: typeset (Leroy lettering)
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (6 pages) Harmony of Horror
Synopsis: Jim Shervin kills Bruno Augustin, the rival for his love of the beautiful Cleo. The pianist's ghost comes back from the dead and haunts his murderer by moving objects around via acoustical vibrations.
Credits: Pencils: Bob Forgione (signed) | Inks: Bob Forgione
Genre: Horror-suspense

Text Story (2 pages) The Frustrated Ghost
Synopsis: Captain Isaac Humboldt dies in a steamship crash on the Mississippi. His ghostly apparition appears many miles away to his mother and his brother.
Credits: Letters: Typeset
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (9 pages) Murderers' Row
Synopsis: Strange things happen in and around Professor Caglio's wax exhibition of murderers through history. Can Elsa and boyfriend Terry escape when trapped in the storage room?
Credits: Pencils: Tex Blaisdell | Inks: Tex Blaisdell
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (7 pages) The Tavern of Terror
Synopsis: Young man spends the night in an inn haunted by an old female vampire. The fiend appears and warns him to stay, but the man won't listen and has to pay for his stubbornness with his life.
Credits: Pencils: Collier (signed) | Inks: Collier
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) "The Banshee, strange family ghost..."
Featuring: Things You Should Know
Synopsis: Three panels informing about the habits of banshees.
Credits: Pencils: Lou Morales (signed) | Inks: Lou Morales
Genre: Horror-suspense

Advertisement (1 page)
Synopsis: Ad for bargains from U. S. Diamond House on back cover.

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