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So, we’re back with another one; all Quality Comics vintage classics from cover to cover. Carol Heisler’s Garganta Formula, what can possibly keep him from taking over the world using an army of giants? See it all unfold in an offbeat sort of a FEMFORCE team lead story in FF #182, “The Taming Of The Shrew”, Part One; written by Eric( Rowena The Gentle Giantess) Lindberg, with art by Javier Lugo and Chris Dreier.We start with a prime example of the Quality work of Lou Fine in a breathtaking adventure of The RAY from Smash #19, followed by equally awesome art by Reed Crandall on a great DOLLMAN story originally seen in Feature Comics’ #59. Then NIGHTVEIL must venture into an eerie nether realm to stalemate an old enemy emboldended by her long absence from Earth in “Knightveil”, written by Mark Holmes, with art by Dave Matsuoka.The most good old-time scares to be found in a single comic book ANYWHERE in 2018!!Standard comic book size, full-color covers, saddle-stitched binding; .95 from AC Comics. Title: Crypt or Horror Frequency: Quarterly Issue/Number: Volume 37 UPC Code: 64924192598903711 Retail Price: .95 Discount: Maximum Discount 50% Format: Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched Dimensions: 10.25″ X 6.50″ Page Count: 140 pages Color: Black and White (with color covers) Intended Audience: All ages Genre: horror/fantasy Country of Origin: USA Ship Date: September 27, 2018 Writers: Jack Oleck, Carl Memling, Hank Chapman, Robert Bernstein, Ruth Roche, Richard Hughes, Joe Gill, and other uncredited.Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched, for .95, from AC Comics. VICTORY solo stories by three creative teams; The BLACK PHANTOM rides in “Hang ‘Em High”; plus individual adventures starring NIGHTVEIL, TARA and SHE-CAT!! V.) dispenses with the offbeat miniature menace in “The Taming Of The Shrew” Part II (concluding the story that started last issue), AC’s star-spangled star takes the spotlight in THREE separate solo stories that span the length and breadth of her crimefighting career: “The Fiendish Plot Of Dr.
Stories originally published at Premiere, Standard/Nedor, Prize, Charlton, ACG and others, including “Out Of This World”, “Keeper Of The Castle”, “Sinister Santa Claus”, “Frankenstein’s Creation”, “The Boy Who Was 2000 Years Old”, “The Flying Head”, “They Can’t Burn Blackie”, “Lottery”, “The Soul Of A Man”, “Mark Of The Monster”, “The Hands From Nowhere”, “Ghost Tiger”, “Find The Pin And Pick It Up”, “Five Found Death”, and “The White Bones”.We’ve also thrown in a few “star players”in this collection as well, including George Tuska on “Throw Another Coal On The Fire”, Mike Sekowsky on “Blood On The Speedway”, Steve Ditko on “I Found The Mad Universe”, Frank Bolle on “When Mankind Vanished” and Bob Powell on “The Choirmaster” AND “End Of The Line”.140 pages of classic vintage comic book horror, reproduced in black and white using state-of-the-art digital technology.V stops a domestic terrorist cell with the help of an old ally from World War II, written by Andrew Hawnt, with art by returning fan-favorite Jacob Bear.Then, when a misguided scientist’s study goes terribly wrong (that happens a LOT, doesn’t it? ) that brings the worst nightmares of any human it encounters to life in “A Matter Of Matter”, also written by Andrew Hawnt, with art by Francesco Savi.