This post will blast the silver bullet deep into the heart of Tales From The Tomb Vol. 5 No. 2, March 1973. But while the body still twitches, let’s savor the last dregs of these two, final tales.The Open Grave features the artwork of Argentinean, Domingo Mandrafina. I love the fleshy hysteria Mandrafina often gives his characters as they reluctantly face doom. Table of Contents doesn't softsoak it: "The grisly and macabre tale of a hunter and an open grave that trapped him into an eternal sleep."
Terror From Station One has some pretty cool monster/aliens drawn by Cirilo Munoz. Table of Contents says: An unusual and scarifying tale of future space travel as other civilizations form other galaxies attack the space lances.
Well, until next time, dear reader, bolt all the doors and shutters up tight. Parting is such sweet sorrow, so the bard tells us. Does that mean pain is pleasure?Next up: Feast for Vampires and Dead Man’s Train.