Wednesday, October 9, 2019


From the terror team that curdled your blood with Haunted Horror, Zombies, Return of the Zombies, Haunted Love, Swamp Monsters, and Mummies, Ghosts is the latest and ghastly greatest in the Classic Monsters of Pre-Code Horror comics collections. Edited by Mr. Karswell, aka Steve Banes, plus an eerie introduction by comic writer / fan favorite, jolting John Rozum! Over 128 pages of appalling apparitions, formidable phantoms, shuddery seances, shivery spooks 'n specters, and evil wraiths with much more than just revenge on their murdered minds! Just in time for Halloween too! CLICK HERE for more information, and go to Amazon to order your copy NOW! 

And CLICK HERE to head over to THE HORRORS OF IT ALL to read a FULL STORY PREVIEW from the collection-- in the meantime, AEET has a spooky kooky story that didn't quite make the collection, but is tons of fun none the less!


Mr. Karswell said...

Fyi this story is from Dime Comics #1 (one shot)

Brian Barnes said...

Interesting choice on the art -- it's something you do see more often on funny animal books so it fits in here. I really like the kind of glossy shading on everything.

Mr. Cavin said...

Me too! I think the cartooning is quite nice in its own right--really loosey and classic-like--but that two-tone shadow methodology in this thing really feels fresh. It doesn't hurt that the colorist is all-in, either.

Super neat story. Did you choose other humor pieces for the Ghost Book? I know there are plenty of funny-type comic book stories for all the different monsters, but I feel like ghosts still give you guys more than the usual latitude to break out of the horror mold if you want to.

Mr. Karswell said...

The GHOSTS book is pretty much 100% serious ghost tales, although I'm sure a few of you will get a chuckle from some of the typical golden age tough guy talk in a couple of the stories. I would like to do a book someday that consists mostly of supernatural stories with a more humorous edge, in both writing and art styles. Maybe, or maybe not for younger readers.

Thanks for the comments!