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“The best in classic horror comics!” —Lonnie Nadler Bloody Disgusting


Abandon hope all ye who enter here! Ahead are journeys into fear beyond belief! You’re doomed to scream in terror when you see what twisted sickness awaits you from the musty, rotting so-called “comics” from my crypt of horror!

Art by Angelo Torres Look for another spine-tingling issue of Haunted Horror in two months! If you collect horror comics and other Golden Age fare, we’re always looking for scans for use in our books and comics. Please contact Craig Yoe through Facebook.

Editors: Steve Banes, Clizia Gussoni, and Craig Yoe. Contributing Editors: Mike Howlett and Toxic Tommy O’Brien. Many thanks to: Giovanna Anzaldi, Bill Leach, Steven Thompson, and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. Haunted Horror logo by Art Fuentes. On the cover, Mister Mystery #8, November 1952. Pencils attributed to Tony Mortellaro; inks attributed to Bernard Baily.


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Haunted Horror #4, June 2013. FIRST PRINTING. © 2013 Gussoni-Yoe Studio, Inc. All Rights Reserved, including the digital remastering of the material. Yoe Books is a trademark of Gussoni-Yoe Studio, Inc. Yoe is a registered trademark of Gussoni-Yoe Studio, Inc. IDW Publishing, a division of Idea and Design Works, LLC. Editorial offices: 5080 Santa Fe St., San Diego, CA 92109. The IDW logo is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Any similarities to persons living or dead are purely coincidental. With the exception of artwork used for review purposes, none of the contents of this publication may be reprinted without the permission of Idea and Design Works, LLC. Printed in Korea.

I hope you’re in a sporting mood for the gory grand slam lineup of heavy hitters in this big 5th inning issue! While Forelock attends to some urgent business at the pitching mound--six feet under it to be exact--I’ve been Who else but I asked to cover a few bloody would take one for the bases by stepping up to the team by delivering such a plate and leading off!

Art by Art Fuentes. Mr. Karswell’s blog with his posts of pre-code horror comics is at:

Worlds of Fear #4, May 1952. Artist: Bob Powell.

creepy curve ball straight out of left field as this?! Enough! Grab your bats before they fly away, it’s time to... SLAY BALL!

Haunted Horror #5  
Haunted Horror #5  

You can judge THIS comic book by its cover: a zombie from the sea is jettisoned onto a blonde in a revealing negligee--and what's behind the...