Castles on hilltops, dinosaurs with blood-slavered jaws, hairy devil demons, vampires, and a lady in a red mini and high heels running for her life. Yes! It's another Eerie Publications cover; specifically Tales From The Tomb Vol. 6 No. 2, March 1974!
For reasons that will become obvious, "Where the Flesheaters Dwell" is one of the most oft-remembered of the Eerie Pub. stories. It's a reworking, naturaully, appearing first in Fantastic Fears #8, July 1953. Cirilo Munoz handled the juiced-up "homage" presented here. The four-color original may be seen (where else?) at Karswell's The Horrors Of It All.
Walter Casadei supplies the swell art for "The Fire Beast." Table of Contents tells us: "A wild, blistering fire, a tribe of ghostly warriors, and a weird beast all merge into an uncanny tale of skin-splitting terror." So, you have been fairly warned. If your skin splits in terror, don't come crying to me.
Don't stay away long. This vein has just begun to be tapped (and we shall drain it dry, oh yes we will). Next we taste the fine, red dregs of "Bloodsucker" and "The Bloody Vampire."