Lets slip this issue into the body bag with two, final stories (one of them a text story with a tantalizing illustration)."Terror of the Dead" features the artwork of Cirilo Muñoz (thanks for the artist ID, Mike! - see comments)I found this desperate story of a ham-fisted, claim-jumping archeologist very refreshing. Archaeologists have danced nimbly and skillfully for years around the "glorified grave-robbers" stigma. Instead of trying to duck such ugly talk, eager Harlan embraces it with both red hands. Good on you, professor! Download THIS POST!
Let’s throw in a text story to round off this issue. The authors and artists for these Eerie Pub text stories are lost to the halls of time.Like many Eerie Pub text stories, “Xebico” has a distinctly Lovecraftian flavor. It also has an illustration of an exposed, female breast complete with areola.
So, how many of you want to join me on a search for the mystery of Xebico? I smell hit TV series. Next up, we will resurrect another issue of Terror Tales with stories “The Bloody Ax” and “The Glass Corpse.”