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Tomb of Darkness comic books issue 10 1973-1975

  • Issue #10
    Tomb of Darkness (1974) 10

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    Cover by Larry Lieber and Mike Esposito. All reprints. "The Man Who Cried Ghost!", with art by Ed Robbins (from Adventures in Terror 12); A bored cemetery caretaker crank calls the police about being menaced by ghosts, but then the ghosts show up for real and haul him away. "Man Alone!", with art by Al Eadeh (from Journey Into Mystery 16); Communists get the idea to swap a spy for the village idiot in a centrally located village by taking a hermit and training him to pass for the idiot, but they succeed in their training too well. "The Wooden Man" (from Weird Worlds 6); A ventriloquist and his dummy are not what they seem. "The Vultures" with art by Mannie Banks (also from Journey Into Mystery 16); Unknown to his children, a man leaves his estate to the ones who attend his funeral, of which, only his daughter does. "Which Road To Take!", with art by Bill Benulis (from Uncanny Tales 42); A man driving through backroads finds himself dreaming about coming upon a sorcerer's town and rescuing a captive girl. Stan Lee talks about the new Spidey comic coming out, that's tied into the Electric Company television show. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #10UK
    Tomb of Darkness (1974) UK Edition 10UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 7p cover price. Cover by Larry Lieber and Mike Esposito. All reprints. "The Man Who Cried Ghost!", with art by Ed Robbins (from Adventures in Terror 12); A bored cemetery caretaker crank calls the police about being menaced by ghosts, but then the ghosts show up for real and haul him away. "Man Alone!", with art by Al Eadeh (from Journey Into Mystery 16); Communists get the idea to swap a spy for the village idiot in a centrally located village by taking a hermit and training him to pass for the idiot, but they succeed in their training too well. "The Wooden Man" (from Weird Worlds 6); A ventriloquist and his dummy are not what they seem. "The Vultures" with art by Mannie Banks (also from Journey Into Mystery 16); Unknown to his children, a man leaves his estate to the ones who attend his funeral, of which, only his daughter does. "Which Road To Take!", with art by Bill Benulis (from Uncanny Tales 42); A man driving through backroads finds himself dreaming about coming upon a sorcerer's town and rescuing a captive girl. Stan Lee talks about the new Spidey comic coming out, that's tied into the Electric Company television show. 36 pgs., full color.