First, we have this wonderful cover from Tales From The Tomb Vol. 2 No. 5, October 1970: What is happening here, obviously, is that our brilliant but mad scientist (who is a werewolf) has eschewed the usual practice of securing subjects to his lair/laboratory and has brought his re-animation equipment straight to the graveyard (a graveyard that is the final resting place, marked with declarative headstones, of both the Frankenstein Monster and Count Dracula).Obvious as well, Dr. Werewolf has stood both coffins upright (held so by twin, iron frames from above) and strapped the famous cadavers in a soul-and-personality transference device. What schemes may be afoot once the snarling doctor has re-animated and transferred his subjects must be left to conjecture.
“The Slimy Corpse” is the work of Cirilo Munoz. Table of Contents says: "A fear-filled saga of a flesh-rotted corpse and a greedy diver. Ye-ech!"
“The Creatures” really gives me the creeps. But then, any creature that can’t close its mouth for the length if its sharp teeth always gives me serious pause. The artist is Walter Casadei.
Oh, there be more. Oh, yes. A surely as worms claim to their dank realm all the living regardless of fame and pride – there be more. Next: “Call of Monsters” and “Frigid Fear”