Let’s split open the skull of Tales From The Tomb Vol. 5 No. 2, March 1872. But before brain matter is spilled; let’s let the rich, beautiful colors of this cover drench or souls in glory. Lord, Eerie Pub. covers be the flame, and I be the moth!
First on the docket for today is Deadman’s Dance with typically awesome art by A. Reynoso. Someday, this artist of the black mood will get his due. There is something decadent about his work that howls for adoration.About Deadman’s Dance, Table of Contents warns us: ”The stench of the moldy grave enveloped the nightclub owner as the figure of death ordered him to dance. A shocker!”
The Blood-Sucker might be the artwork of Cirilo Munoz. Table of Contents says: ”An eccentric professor discovered the secret of life only to have his body drained dry by the blood-hungry thing.” Bummer.
Don’t wander far from the source. Next up: ”Satan’s Stone” & ”The Devil’s Machine”.