Let's continue to excavate the ruins of Terror Tales Vol. 4 No. 6, October 1872. Our two stories today feature original art from two Eerie Pub. stalwarts: Walter Casadei and (one of my favorites) Larry Woromay. Our first story has some very sweet background work by Casadei. Again, like in so many Eerie Pub. stories, the afterlife seems a fair sight more civil than this mortal coil; full as it is with cruel street rats, squalid poverty, and early death.Novelist, Thomas Wolfe, tried to tell us that a return to "home" was impossible, yet our protagonist in "The Walking Dead" must be taught the hard way. Still, Paul Reynard does discover one helpful, old friend in the slums of Paris. Download THIS POST!
"Demons and Vampires" has some great monster work from Larry Woromay. We live in a sick and cynical time, and I am as guilty as the next desperate, giggling voyeur. After reading this story, I couldn't help but imagine the monster number of hits the little film near the end of this tale would receive on YouTube.
See what I mean about YouTube hits? How many "friends" (a generic term in this age referring to a subscriber, thumbnail, or avatar) would you share that bloody, little clip with, you sick puppy? Next up, "Terror of the Dead" and a couple of text stories: "Xebico" and "Locked In time."