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Vault of Horror comic books issue 6 1990-1992

  • Issue #6
    Vault of Horror (1990 Gladstone) 6

    Reprints. 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series, or 1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. Cover art by Johnny Craig. Wally Wood bio by Bill Pearson, art by Johnny Craig, photo by Gilbert Ortiz. "Whirlpool," script and art by Johnny Craig; Her mind was whirling as three horrid creatures hovered over her, asking her her name, and she ran to escape; A series of events: thrown into boiling water, plunged into ice, poked with a hypodermic, strapped into an electric chair, and put into a small room that kept shrinking. "Out of His Head!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Davis; Alex had murdered Stanley with an axe to his head, trying to blame the death on a maniac; It seemed, however, that the dead man kept haunting him day and night, and everywhere Alex looked, his former law partner was still there. "An Ample Sample," script by Al Feldstein (co-plot, script) and Bill Gaines (co-plot), art by George Evans; Irwin was telling his neighbor Bert of how he and his wife Hannah fell in love and how Hannah loved expensive chocolates so much; She got fatter as he had to do without vital necessities, and he just couldn't take it anymore. "Funereal Disease!", script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Graham Ingels; Jasper went to his cottage on the Fairchild Estate and counted up the money he had been saving, a total of $4970, and knew as soon as Mr. Fairchild paid him the last $30 he owed him, he'd be set....set to have the funeral that was denied to his parents. "Space-Warp!", script and art by Al Feldstein; Frank readies himself for a monumental two-year journey to Altair, using the invention of Professor Hartlow: the Space-Warp Drive, which makes use of the theory that space is curved, and, that by entering into the 4th Dimension, one can travel great distances in a relatively short period of time.....or so they think. "The Dimension Translator," script and art by Harvey Kurtzman; Willy has created a dimension translator, which can translate a series of photos into an electric impulse and through a series of other processes, creates an actual three-dimensional object. "And Then There Were Two!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen; American soldiers land on an atoll, ordered to remove any native inhabitants so that the U.S. government could conduct a hydrogen bomb test there. "Rescued!", script and art by Wally Wood; A crew had been sent into space a year earlier to examine a planet in the solar system of a neighboring star; Upon discovering it, and noting it was about the size of the Earth, they landed next to the ship of the previous expedition two years earlier. The Crypt Keeper illustration by Jack Davis. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.