Haunted Horror is an anthology collection of pre-code horror comics, dating back to the 1950s.
Haunted Horror 01：
A comic so good it’s…SCARY! Imagine you were a kid in the 1950s reading contraband horror comics under the bed covers by flashlight! You were devouring the very comic books you parents, your teachers and anti-comics crusader Dr. Fredric Wertham were trying to keep out of your hands! Now you can recreate that same experience, because the comics that were banned are back in actual comic-book format! The people that brought you Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein, Bob Powell’s Terror and Zombies are now producing a comic book series filled with the best of worst vintage horror comics that will rot your mind! Don’t dare miss the first issue of Scary from the Chilling Archives of Horror Comics fiends!
Haunted Horror 02：
Back from the opened grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror artists of the known and unknown variety poured their tortured souls into these comics. The best and rarest stories have been chosen with the help of top horror comic collectors and all lovingly restored and presented in full-creepy color. You will be thrilled, chilled and maybe even a little sickened by the over-the-top ghouls and gore in the thick 52 page Haunted Horrors. From the fiends that brought you Dick Briefer’s Frankensten, Bob Powell’s Terror and Zombies in the Chilling Archives of Horror Comics. Grab Haunted Horror before some do-gooders ban it!
Haunted Horror 03：
From musty graves the passionate editors and dedicated collectors of the highly acclaimed Haunted Horror comic dig up more spine-tingling, rare stories from the moldy contraband of 1950s–the horror comics crushed by government investigations. The coolest stories and art, lovingly restored and beautifully printed, are now yours for a minute fraction of what the originals comic books would cost–if you could find them! Order your copy today, fright fiend!
Haunted Horror 04：
The critics are screaming about Haunted Horror!
Haunted Horror 05：
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 scanties just keeps getting better! Top artists of the golden age in rare horror stories! These creepy, eerie comics from vaults of horror will appall you, shock you, horrify you, disgust you, make you throw up in your mouth a little–in other words… you’ll LOVE them! Read the comics that your mom, Dr. Fredric Werthless, and the U.S. Senate didn’t want you to see! Don’t miss this!
Haunted Horror 06：
These creepy, eerie comics from vaults of horror will appall you, shock you, horrify you, disgust you, make you throw up in your mouth a little–in other words… you’ll LOVE them! Read and see the brilliant art of the best 1950s comics that your mom, Dr. Fredric Werthless, and the U.S. Senate didn’t want you to see! Don’t miss this!
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Haunted Horror 08：
‘Dear Pre-Code Horror Fans, A BIG thanks to all the folks that come up to me at conventions where I’ve been a guest and said how they ‘got’ and love what we are doing with this comic: reprinting beautifully reproduced, never seen, rare horror comic book stories with amazing art or wild concepts. All this love for Haunted Horror by fans and the support by comic shop owners is deeply appreciated! Please join the Facebook group Horror Comics: 1950s and Beyond for news, comic covers, foreign treasures, rare original art, and the fun fellowship of a great group of collectors and horror comics fans.’ -Craig Yoe, aka the horror host Forelock the Warlock.
Haunted Horror 09：
This issue digs up a bevy of more grisly, gory, gratuitous comics that were banned in the fifties and should probably be banned again–but we’re publishing this sick stuff anyway! Amazing spine-tingling art, bizarro stories…the kind horror fans love!
Haunted Horror 10：
Dead walking! Ghouls stalking! Specters talking! This chilling full-color comic book specializes in painfully restoring comics from the ‘50s with brilliant old-school art and the wonkiest of terrifying scripts. Every story (best read under the covers with a flashlight, and the doors and windows tightly bolted) tingles the spine! So good, it’s scary!
Haunted Horror 11：
Reprinting the best of golden age horror fare, unseen since the code shut these comics down! Rare comic stories showcasing the grisliest artists and the most shocking tales captured in full lurid color. The Horror Comics Review screeches, “The coolest pre-Code comics from the annals of horror comics history!”
Haunted Horror 12：
Pre-Code comic fans have been SCREAMING about Haunted Horror! Join these guys and ghouls in ordering the terrifyingly fun full-color comic reprinting the choicest banned comics from the 1950s–and join the cult-like fiendishly friendly horde on the Horror Comics: 1950s and Beyond page on Facebook!
Haunted Horror 13：
You’re out of luck if you buy this unlucky 13th issue of Haunted Horror jammed full of nasty, gross, scary inappropriate, disgusting, lurid, banned comics from the 1950s! We are not responsible if possessing Haunted Horror gets you in trouble with your local PTA, religious groups, your 4th period English teacher, Boy Scout leaders, crusading psychiatrists, book burners or other censoring zealots and your MOM! You may be grounded… for life!
Haunted Horror 14：
A very special issue of spook-tacular tales handpicked by heinous horror host, Mr. Karswell, infamous for his spine-tingling web collection of pre-code horror, thehorrorsofitall.blogspot.com. Zombies, ghosts, man-eaters, and more gore than your mangled little mops can ever hope to handle await! You’ll lose you head over the Shelly Moldoff cover! You’ll scream with delight over the banned comics, “Death’s Revenge”, “Horror of the Cannibal’s Dinner”, “The Murderous Mimics”, “Headless Horror”, “I Walked at Midnight”, “The Devil from the Deep” and too much more!
Haunted Horror 15：
Beware! The dead are walking again! Under this terrifying Bernard Baily cover you’ll find a crypt-full of never reprinted Pre-Code classic horror comics by brilliant artists!
The comics the U.S. Senate, Dr. Fredric Wertham, and your mom didn’t want you to see! You’ll discover grisly, gory, gruesome art and shocking stories in these banned comic–all lovingly restored!
Haunted Horror 16：
The dead walk, and the living are terrorized in this selection of top never-before-reprinted full-bloody color Pre-Code comics!
Haunted Horror 17：
Another terror-ific must-have issue of the fan-favorite with never-before-reprinted Pre-Code classics! Listen to the critics scream: Bloody Disgusting says Haunted Horror is “The best in classic horror comics.”
Note: The digital edition (6/24/2015) for this issue was released before the print edition.
Haunted Horror 18：
Stories from various seducers of the innocent that were too ashamed to sign their names!
Haunted Horror 19：
A terrifying Spook-tacular Halloween Ish! Steve Banes of the infamous “The Horrors of It All” pre-code comics blog, assembles, Frankenstein-like, this Halloween horror-winner of a comic book! Tremble and read if you dare this frightful fare: “Out of the Black Night”, “Trick or Treat” and many more morbid tales! This Halloween eye-candy won’t rot your teeth—just your brain!
Haunted Horror 20：
The critics are screaming! Fangoria says “Grimy, ghoulish, and sinfully devilish, HAUNTED HORROR is effectively bringing old horror to a new generation.” Bloody Disgusting says “HAUNTED HORROR proves that good storytelling never grows old!”
Haunted Horror 21：
From the same wicked fiends that bring you the Chilling Archives of Horror Comics hardback series the Haunted Horror comic book gives good skull. Classic banned horror comics from Pre-Code 1950s!
Heart of the Snow Maiden
The Haunted Hotel
The Eyes of March!
Terror in Chinatown
The Murder Pool
Case of the Haunted Girl
The Subway Terror!
Haunted Horror 22：
Join special guest host Mike “The Howler” Howlett for this sordid selection of Pre-Code Horror screamers! Artwork from Basil Wolverton, Sid Check, the Iger Shop and other horror masters bring you eight envelope-pushing tales of grue and gore from the days of yore. The twist here is that all of these stories were redrawn in the 1970s by the slimy Eerie Publications staff! The publishers of Haunted Horror assume no responsibility if your eyes pop clear out of your skull.
Shadows On the Tomb
Guest of the Ghouls
I Killed Mary
Night of Terror
Haunted Horror 23：
This is a lovingly put together collection that really showcases the range of macabre unleashed on the masses at the time and that EC in no way held the corner on the market. Featuring ghouls, ghosts, monsters, murder, mysticism, and revenge, there’s a new horror lurking behind the turn of each page.
What truly stands out… is the artwork. With the turn of each page, you’ll find fantastic artwork that embodies the style at the time, with each panel densely packed with details and horrors to fill night after night’s sleep with nightmares.
The Monster Maker
Ghost With A Torch
Chilly Chamber Music
Death By Witchcraft!
Help Us To Die!
The Bat and Brain
Haunted Horror 24：
The infamous Fangoria Magazine terrifyingly screams, “While comprehensive collections of significant series such as Tales from the Crypt and Creepy/Eerie are certainly essential, this collection is snatching up old, forgotten gems and reprinting them for our sticky, little hands. We get to experience writers and artists across the board working on these spooky tales, catching quick looks at bygone creators who might have completely disappeared if it wasn’t for this. Haunted Horror nails the feel of these old pulp comics, from the grim covers to the restored interiors and with the thickly written dialogue, guaranteeing the reader a good thirty minutes of shivering terror. Grimy, ghoulish, and sinfully devilish, Haunted Horror is effectively bringing old horror to a new generation.”
Death Flower (The Purple Claw 3, May 1963)
Green Killer! (Chamber of Chills Magazine 6, May 1952)
The Crawling Horror (Beware! Terror Tales 4, November 1952)
The Thing That Grew! (Witches Tales 38, October 1954)
The Monster In the Maze! (Adventures Into Darkness 13, March 1954)
The Thing From the Center of the Earth! (Thrills of Tomorrow 18, December 1954)
The Dark Abysmal (Monster 2, 1953)
Note: Some online and offline retailers received this issue early (10/12/2016).
Haunted Horror 25：
Haunted Horror 25 marks the malignant first issue of a special three-part “Horrors of it All” miniseries of shockers. It compiles all-time favorite atrocities as chosen by devilish co-host and THOIA blogger himself, Steve “Mr. Karswell” Banes. A “gravest hits” if you will, those gutsy enough to open this repugnant issue will find an absolute overload of stomach-churning evil. Supernatural creeps and ferocious fiends perform all seven levels of blood-curdling savagery!
Fiends from the Crypt (Fantastic Fears 8, July 1953)
Vampire’s Daughter! (Strange Stories from Another World 5, February 1953)
Devil’s Mask! (This Magazine Is Haunted 9, February 1953)
Only the Dead Live Here! (Eerie 10, January 1952-1953)
Beyond the Past! (The Thing 11, November – December 1953)
The Witches’ Sabbath (Nightmare 3, October 1953)
The Witch’s Wicked Words (The Hand of Fate 25, December 1954)
The Horror of the Walking Corpse (Dark Mysteries 16, February 1954)
Haunted Horror 26：
The second sickening installment in THE HORRORS OF IT ALL! Featuring terrifying tales as chosen by Steve “Mr. Karswell” Banes! A surprisingly vicious issue highlighted by a terror-ific Bernard Baily cover, as well more severed head stories inside than you can swing a sharp edged stick at! Yes, if this one doesn’t scare you—you’re already dead!
The Gossips! (Mister Mystery 13, September 1953)
Trapped! (Fight Against Crime 17, January 1954)
Map of Doom. (Weird Horrors 9, October 1953)
Graveyard Guffaws (Amazing Ghost Stories 15, December 1954)
Spirit Spasms (Amazing Ghost Stories 15, December 1954)
The Head Man (Adventures into the Unknown 53, March 1954)
Bottoms Up (Mysterious Adventures 18, February 1954)
Weird Watson (Adventures Into Darkness 14, June 1954)
Shrunken Skull (Horrific 7, September 1953)
Voodoo Dolls (Weird Mysteries 11, July 1954)
Haunted Horror 27：
The terrifying third and final installment of THE HORRORS OF IT ALL 3-issue special screams to its corruptible close, as THOIA blogger/horror host, Mr. Karswell unleashes another unhealthy dose of Pre-Code plagues upon the unsuspecting comic book world! This one will be the final nail in your coffin!
The Running Ghost! (Mysterious Adventures 12, February 1953)
Were-Spider’s Doom (Forbidden Worlds 12, December 1952)
Heartless! (Fight Against Crime 17, January 1954)
Lords of the Upper Air (Ghost Comics 11, 1954)
Baffling Mysteries (Baffling Mysteries 16, July 1953)
Spooky Stickers (Adventures Into Darkness 10, June 1953)
The Eyes of Horror (Mysterious Adventures 8, June 1952)
Traitor’s House (Monster 1, 1953)
Modern Design! (Mister Mystery 10, March-April 1953)
Haunted Horror 28：
Guest editor “Toxic” Tommy O’Brien gather’s Pre-Code grisly, gory, goodies by his favorite horror comics art masters! Eyeball searing monsterpieces: “The Corpse Who Came to Dinner”, “The Day the World Died”, “Land of the Living Dead”, “The Werewolf Lurks”, “Taylor of Death” and more!
Haunted Horror 29：
Social guest horror host Dr. Odd (a.k.a. David O’Dell) foists his great bug gobs of greasy grimy horror tales on the rancid readers. This face-melting issue includes: “Dead Rite!”, “Death of a Doll”, “Mother’s Advice”, “Tag…You’re It”, “The Body Maker”, and the bloody “Vein of Irony!”
Mother’s Advice (Weird Mysteries 8, October – November 1953)
Best Seller! (Dark Mysteries 12, June 1953)
Death of a Doll! (The Clutching Hand 1, July – August 1954)
All, Or Nothing At All! (Mister Mystery 14, November – December 1953)
Dead Right! (Strange Suspense Stories 18, May 1954)
Vein of Irony (The Thing 8, May 1953)
Tag… You’re It (Tomb of Terror 16, July 1954)
The Body Maker (Black Cat Mystery 39, September 1952)
Junk-Man’s Trasure (Out of the Shadows 14, August 1954)
Haunted Horror 30：
As cool and fun as EC Comics, these face-melting stories have never before been reprinted!
Nightmare Carnival (The Beyond 28, September 1954)
Death’s Album (Web of Evil 21, December 1954)
His Last Choice (Mister Mystery 14, November 1953)
Dolls of Doom (Adventures Into The Unknown 27, January 1952)
Terror of the Stolen Legs (Dark Mysteries 18, June 1954)
Terror In The Streets! (Beware 8, March 1954)
Den of Horror (Weird Terror 3, January 1953)
Haunted Horror 31：
Not for the squeamish, these Pre-Code creepy, eerie comics from the crypt will scare the spit out of you! Read if you dare: “The Death Head!” by Hy Fleishman, and “The Web of the Spider” by Joe Certa! These stories will give you fits: “If The Noose Fits—Wear it!” by Bill Fraccio and Lin Streeter draws “The Cat Jumped Over The Corpse!” and George Roussos pen and inks “The Thing from the Dark!” Finally, cling to your mortal life and enter “The Valley of the Scaly Monsters!”
The Death Head! (Mysterious Adventures 10, October 1952)
The Web of the Spider (Witches Tales 12, July 1952)
If the Noose Fits-Wear It! (Dark Mysteries 6, April – May 1952)
The Cat Over the Corpse (Out of the Night 16, August – September 1954)
The Thing from the Dark (The Unseen 12, November 1954)
Valley of the Scaly Monsters (The Beyond 2, January 1951)
If the Coffin Fits…Get In! (Mysterious Adventures 4, October 1951)
Haunted Horror 32：
Your favorite horror anthology heads for the high seas of screams, in this sinisterly saturated selection of soaking-wet weirdness straight from Davey Jones’ locker! Classic creeps from the deeps are surfacing on a tidal wave of terror! Hold your breath—Haunted Horror 32 is just around the bends! Get it? Get it!
The Metamorphosis of the Gkmloooms (Worlds of Fear 3, March 1952)
Vampire of the Deep (Forbidden Worlds 18, June 1953)
Lure of the Sea Hag (The Beyond 13, July 1952)
Horror at the Lighthouse! (Beware! Terror Tales 6, March 1953)
The Demon of the Deep (Adventures Into The Unknown 30, April 1952)
Note: The cover is from Nightmare 13, August 1954.
Haunted Horror 33：
Gadzooks! Haunted Horror 33 is an obnoxious cavalcade of shivery spooks ‘n’ killer kooks—an insane issue literally bursting with issues! Weird wild women, maniacal mad men, murder, and monsters—and even a visit from an Edgar Allan Poe classic! Tantalizing, top-tier terror guaranteed to make you bleed!
Skeleton’s Gibbet (The Unseen 14, April 1954)
Step Into My Parlour (Weird Terror 8, November 1953)
Tank of Corpses (Witches Tales 9, April 1952)
Death On Skis!! (Eerie 9, October-November 1952)
Out of This World! (Secret Mysteries 17, March 1954)
The Creeping Hand (Chilling Tales 16, June 1953)
The Pit and the Pendulum (Nightmare 2, Fall 1952)
Happily Dead (Mysteries Weird and Strange 8, July 1954)
Note: Cover from Strange Stories From Another World 4.
Haunted Horror 34：
You can’t run! You can’t hide! But you can scream for a quick death as the evil, demented geniuses behind Haunted Horror continue to slowly pry away the disgusting coffin lid of pre-code comics, revealing monstrosity upon atrocity—freaks upon creeps—morbidity upon (insert something spooky that rhymes with morbidity.) 48 putrid pages of frightful, fiendish fun—in fact, put on your best red dress, HH fans, because your FUNeral is about to begin!
Dinner for One (The Tormented 1, July 1954)
A Tall Warm Drink (Mysterious Adventures 16, October 1953)
The Horror Heads (Beware 11, August 1952)
It Came From the Bottom of the World! (Tales of Horror 9, February 1954)
The Slasher! (Tales of Horror 8, December 1953)
The Cannibal! (Out of the Shadows 13, May 1953)
You Are the Murderer! (Crime Mysteries 9, September 1953)
The Coffin (Mysterious Adventures 19, April 1954)
Chilly Chuckles (Out of the Shadows 13, May 1953)
Note: Cover from Beware 15.
Haunted Horror 35：
You can’t run! You can’t hide! 48 putrid pages of frightful, fiendish fun—in fact, put on your best red dress, HH fans, because your FUNeral is about to begin!
Date With A Corpse (The Unseen 15, July 1954)
Death Writes the Horoscope (The Beyond 26, April 1954)
The Hand of Glory (Chilling Tales 13, December 1952)
Horror Blown in Glass (The Beyond 9, March 1952)
Kiss and Kill (Witches Tales 20, August 1953)
Mark of Violence (The Thing 10, September 1953)
The Rat Man (The Unseen 9, March 1953)
The House! (Chamber of Chills 18, July 1953)
Note: Cover from The Unseen 9.
出版社：IDW Publishing｜作者：Mike Costa｜插图：Bernard Baily，C.A. Winter，Jack Cole，Jay Disbrow，Bob Powell，Dick Briefer，Jack Kirby，Joe Simon，Mike Sekowsky，Antonio Fuso，George Tuska，Manny Stallman，Jerry Iger，Lou Cameron，Angelo Torres，Jack Katz，John Giunta，Louis Zansky，Matt Fox，John Belfi，Ken Rice，other｜出版日期：2012-2018｜格式：jpg｜册数：35v｜页数：1715p｜尺寸：2000×3050px｜大小：5650m｜语种：英文