The last story of February 2009, as well as the last story from the February 1953 issue of Voodoo #6, and thanks again to Brian Hirsch for the scans. Reading this tale I was reminded of the Jack Kirby story called The Feathered Serpent from Black Magic #3. I wasn’t really familiar with this ancient deity legend until I did a wikipedia search and realized it’s the same thing as Quetzalcoatl (for more, or less, info about this see the Larry Cohen movie from 1982 of the same name by clicking the Q movie link after the story.)
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Friday, February 27, 2009
Time for our third tale from the February 1953 issue of Voodoo #6, and this one features the timeless tale of a young girl dabbling in the mysteries of occult cake baking… sounds tasty, and what possible harm could there be? I'll have an extra scoop of ice scream too please thank you.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Story #2, (scans courtesy of Brian Hirsch) from the February 1953 issue of Voodoo #6... it’s another pleasantly grim, ill-fated entry that makes good on the ‘ol WTF?!, leaving you with a screwball closing panel that beckons: Laugh? Cry? Scream? Sympathize? The first 5 people to give me a good detailed reason behind their reaction today win a FREE TCM 31 Days of Oscar composition notebook, (courtesy of my friend Sakeenah Johnson at Turner Classic Movies.)
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
For the remainder of the month I’ll be giving my scanner a breather and Brian Hirsch hath returned to take over the story chores. So for the next four days he’ll be presenting the completely demented February 1953 issue of Voodoo #6, and half of those days will feature the theme we started yesterday with Killer Ladies.
Why, here’s one now…
Why, here’s one now…
TOMORROW: The Voodoo gets ghoulish!
Plus! Lots of good reading lined up for release in April from publishers like Dark Horse, Pure Imagination, and more… click the images below for more info on each title.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
One more tale from the November 1953 issue of Weird Terror #8 for today, this one from Al Tewks… and then tomorrow we begin another full issue presentation to finish out the month. But today also starts another theme, although I’m not going to reveal what it is until tomorrow.
Monday, February 23, 2009
We're sticking with the Comic Media titles for a couple more days, and now we switch to the November 1953 issue of Weird Terror #8 for a knock-out 1-2 combination punch of boxing and—vampires?! If that’s not a bonkers enough concept for you then the typically weird ass, drug-fueled art by Rudy Palais should be.