There’s nothing better than diving into some classic 1950s horror comics at this time of year. These stories have a special je ne sais quoi that you just don’t get from modern horror comics. Thankfully, we have IDW and Yoe Books bringing us another issue of “Haunted Horror”, packed with short stories from the best the comics industry has ever seen. Hit the jump to read the full “Wings of Death” story from Frank Giacoia, as featured in “Haunted Horror” #7, in stores October 23rd.
WRITTEN BY: Various
ART BY: Various
PUBLISHER: IDW Publishing
RELEASE: October 23rd, 2013
Listen to what fans are screaming about our full color reprints of banned 1950s comics:
“The dead walk again in Haunted Horror!” -Martin Hirchak
“Haunted Horror is absolutely disgusting, gory, & VERY entertaining!” -Tommy Stanziola
“From straight A student to teen junkie, the stories in this ghoulish gallery made me the man I am today!” -Ghastly Gilbert Smith
“The stories the Comics Code Authority didn’t think you could handle!” -Sean MacLellan
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