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  • Issue #1
    Haunt of Fear (1991 Gladstone) 1

    Reprints: Graham Ingels, George Evans, Wally Wood, Al Williamson, and Joe Orlando Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1
    Haunt of Fear (1991 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 1

    Reprints: Jack Davis, Wally Wood, and Joe Orlando. 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1
    MD (1999 Gemstone) 1

    First issue! Another unique "New Direction" title joins the EC line-up this month for the first of five issues featuring some of the best artists of the Silver Age turning their attention to the world of medical drama. The first story, "The Fight for Life" with (Graham Ingels art) brings you from pre-history to modern medicine. "Janie Some Day," illustrated by George Evans, shows the then-state-of-the-art approach for the case of a kid with "crippled legs." Joe Orlando handled the art for "To Fill the Bill," an ER-style story of medicine by a family doctor? on the dining room table! Reed Crandall drew "The Antidote," the final story in this first issue. This is one seriously different, superbly illustrated comic. Prognosis: Excellent! Cover by Johnny Craig. FC (1 of 5)$2.50" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Squa Tront (1967) 6
    Published 1975 by Jerry Weist.

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    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Special Bernard Krigstein issue featuring a special 60 page monograph on one of comics' most original and controversial artists. In a revealing and profusely illustrated 28 page interview,Bernard Krigstein discusses his EC stories, movies, pop art, 3-D, unionizing comics, classic illustration, and more. Also featured is Krigstein's 9-page breakdown for The Red Badge of Courage. Plus a checklist of Krigstein's work. Also in this issue: An examination of "Master Race" by John Benson, David Kasakove and Art Spiegelman, B. Krigstein an Evaluation by Bhob Stewart and a Krigstein bibliography. 64 pages. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #1
    Tales from the Crypt (1990 Gladstone) 1

    Reprints. Cover by Jack Davis. Lower Berth !, script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Davis; The Crypt-Keeper tells the tale of a traveling carnival and it's two star attractions, a two-headed man and a female mummy who fall in love and give birth to a famous story teller. This Trick'll Kill You!, script by Al Feldstein, art by George Evans and Jack Kamen; A magician murders an Indian girl for her trick of causing a rope to rise and dance when she plays her flute. The Funeral, script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen; A young boy is devastated by the death of his nanny; But, it turns out she was simply in a coma. None But The Lonely Heart!, script by Al Feldstein, art by Graham Ingels. Touch And Go!, script by Ray Bradbury and Johnny Craig, art by Johnny Craig. Fired!, script by Al Feldstein, art by Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta. …Two For The Show !, script by Al Feldstein, art by Bill Elder. 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. 68 pgs, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Tales from the Crypt (1991 Russ Cochran) 1

    Jack Davis art reprint. 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. Cover art by Jack Davis. Letter from Bill Gaines. "Survival... Or Death!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Davis; Two men aboard a cargo ship are bored until they get the idea to build a rat trap and ask the Captain to have a barrel built with a platform in the middle of it and a run off down the center. "The Thing In the 'Glades!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Al Williamson; A man's wife dies in childbirth giving him a deformed retarded son with stunted legs, and he becomes a hermit in his cabin in the Glades; When four people are ripped apart, the sheriff confronts him, but backs off when the father brandishes a gun. "Soft!" text story. "Kamen's Kalamity!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen (signed), Graham Ingels (draws himself), Johnny Craig (draws himself), and Jack Davis (draws himself); Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein tell this auto-biographical tale of hiring Jack Kamen to draw horror stories, first telling Kamen that his work is too sweet. "Buried Treasure!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Graham Ingels (as Ghastly); In 1667 Germany a fat Duke lords it over his starving peasants, but when he imposes a tax on the peasants for "dirtying his carriage" with the blood of a young child he rode down in the street, Johann conceives the plot of stealing some of the Duke's jewels in order to pay the tax. "The Execution!", script and art by Johny Craig. "Murder the Lover!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Davis. "Murder the Husband!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Davis; Walter is madly in love with Kenneth's wife, but he knows his friend will never get a divorce, so he decides to kill him. "Snooze to Me!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen. "Paralyzed!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Graham Ingels (as Ghastly); A seemingly happily married couple actually hate one another, and the husband wants out of the 15-year marriage.36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Tales from the Crypt Official Archives SC (1996) 1-1ST

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    1st printing softcover. By Digby Diehl. This volume takes a look at the horror classic Tale from the Crypt in all its guises - Comics, magazines, television, and movies. Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 254 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #1
    Two Fisted Tales (1952) Annual 1

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    Cover by Harvey Kurtzman. Stories by Harvey Kurtzman and Al Feldstein. Art by John Severin, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Jack Davis, and Harvey Kurtzman. Like other EC annuals, this is a compilation of unsold copies of EC war comics with a new cover. Contents vary, but usually include issues of Two-Fisted Tales and Frontline Combat; one copy, described below, included Two-Fisted Tales #25 and #27, plus Frontline Combat #3 and #4. A German soldier during WWII is accidentally targeted by Nazi "buzz bombs," in a story with inks by MAD legend Will Elder. An American soldier walking along the Imjin River faces a fight for his life, in the famous Harvey Kurtzman story Corpse on the Imjin! The story of the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolution is retold with art by Wally Wood. The real-life story of the legendary ascent of the US Rangers up the cliffs of Pointe Du Hoe during the Normandy Invasion. A member of the 7th Cavalry witnesses Custer's Last Stand, with art by Wally Wood. 128 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #1
    Vault of Horror (1990 Gladstone) 1

    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. "Dreadful Pleasures" article by Jim Twitchell, art by Johnny Craig, Graham Ingels, and Jack Davis. "Star Light, Star Bright!", script and art by Johnny Craig; As falls in sheets, Hartley stands over the open coffin as he nervously and sickeningly watches people run up to the corpse and do terrible things to it. "While the Cat's Away," script by Al Feldstein (co-plot, script) and Bill Gaines (co-plot), art by Jack Davis; John & Frank had been working their little travel agency scam for almost a year; They would book trips for wealthy clients, then clean out their homes of valuables while they were away; enter zombies and vampires. "Smoke Wrings," script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Al Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Reed Crandall; Hubert told Miss Jackson about a new revolutionary billboard ad idea for the Llama Cigarette Company, an idea she said she would pass off to her superiors as "her" idea, and any monies that came in would be handed over to Hubert; Soon billboards went up, but he soon found out he'd been played for a sucker, and when he approached her about it, she killed him. "Where There's a Will," script by Al Feldstein (co-plot, script) and Bill Gaines (co-plot), art by Graham Ingels (as Ghastly); The relatives of Harold Farber were gathered in his house awaiting his certain death while Dr. Crotty and lawyer Walker went upstairs to see the old man, and tell him what vultures they really were. The Haunt of Fear #15 (#1) cover reprint by Johnny Craig. The Complete EC Library ad. "House of Horror," script by Al Feldstein, art by Harvey Kurtzman; Three college freshmen plegees disappear one night as part of the Gamma Delta Fraternity hazing at a local haunted house. "The Mad Magician," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Harry Harrison; Skilled in the tricks of ancient and modern magic, a mad magician decides to perform the ultimate trick of all time: to saw a man in half and then put him back together again. "The Thing in the Swamp!", script and art by Al Feldstein. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Vault of Horror (1991 Russ Cochran) 1

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    Reprints. 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. Cover art by Johnny Craig. "Til Death," script and art by Johnny Craig; Steve's new wife falls ill, dies and is buried; Steve's servant, Jebco, tries to fill the void, but the despair is too great. "The Chips Are Down!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen; Sigmund was buzzed on his intercom that Colonel Turner was there to see him and his two partners, Henning and Field; The Colonel was there to tell them that their sawmill had been chosen for a highly secret government contract to produce thin wooden discs, at a rate of 60,000 per month. "The Defiler" text story, art by Marie Severin. "For How the Bell Tolls!", script by Al Feldstein, art by George Evans; Long ago, in a far-away land, there was a castle which had a belfry and a large bell hanging in it; Every time there was a special occasion, the royal bell ringer plied his trade, watched for over 34 years by his apprentice, but never given the chance to ring the bell once in all that time! "We Ain't Got No Body!", script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Graham Ingels (as Ghastly); The rotting corpse of Henry Bodwin confronts his brother Norton, and reminds him about when his two buddies and he conspired to kill him over the will in which Henry had made Norton his beneficiary: for $20,000 with double indemnity. "Mars is Heaven!", script by Ray Bradbury (original story) and Al Feldstein (adaptation), art by Wally Wood; Sneaky Martians disguise themselves as the dead loved ones of astronauts in order to slay them in their sleep. "Snap Ending!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Al Williamson and Roy Krenkel; Rocketship #269 is approaching a gigantic planet with a density 50 times that of the Earth, and decide to circle it to take a closer look; They spot and decide to land on a satellite moon of the planet. "Fever" text story. "The Parallel!", script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Al Feldstein (co-plot and script), art by Jack Kamen; Feeling that he had already lived the exact moment before, Calvin tells his wife that he believes that there exists a parallel world which duplicates exactly everything happening at the current time. "Disassembled!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Joe Orlando. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1(12)
    Weird Science (1950 E.C.) 1(12)
    Published May 1950 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein. Art by Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Kamen, Harry Harrison, Wally Wood and Al Feldstein. Numbering continues from Saddle Romances (1949) #11. EC's influential sci-fi title featured some of the legendary SF artists of comics history. NOTE: There are two issues in this series numbered 12. The issue pictured here, dated May-June 1950, although numbered 12, is the actual # 1 in the series. The one dated May-June 1952 is issue # 12 in the series. NOTE 2: This issue was reprinted by East Coast Comics with a $1 cover a 1970's copyright date (See E.C. Classic Reprints #11). These and other changes make the reprint easy to distinguish from the original, which has a 10-cent cover price and a 1950's publication date. Scientist Karl accidentally ingests a shrinking formula and finds himself entering succeedingly smaller universes, in a story by Harvey Kurtzman. A man who is constantly dreaming is never sure when he's awake, with art by Harry Harrison and Wally Wood. Alien invaders leave a strange crater in the desert. Classic cover by Al Feldstein. Lost in the Microcosm; Dream of Doom; Murder in the 21st Century; Experiment in Death; By the Dark of the Moon; Things From Outer Space! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Weird Science (1990 Gladstone) 1

    Reprints: Al Williamson, Wally Wood, George Evans, and Joe Orlando art, 64 pages Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Weird Science-Fantasy (1992 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 1

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    Reprints. Cover art by Wallace Wood. "The Children," script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Wallace Wood; Colonists on a new world have their children taken from them by the government. "Fish Story," script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Al Williamson; The fish life forms on a distant strange blue planet are faced with their fading sun soon going nova and exploding, only to leave their planet without life-sustaining oxygen; Then they see an alien vessel approaching and fill it with water and drown the crew inside, and take the ship back to Earth in hopes that their water areas will provide a new home. "Ninth Wonder" text story. "The Flying Machine," script by Ray Bradbury and Al Feldstein (adaptation), art by Bernie Krigstein; When Emperor Yuan discovers that a villager has learned how to create a flying machine he has him killed so the secret won't fall into the wrong hands. "Fair Trade," script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Joe Orlando; After a nuclear holocaust, a tribe sells Manhattan Island to aliens. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Weird Science-Fantasy (1992 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 7
  • Issue #1952
    Weird Science-Fantasy Annual (1952) 1952

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Harvey Kurtzman and Al Feldstein. Art by Wally Wood, Jack Kamen, Al Feldstein, Bernie Krigstein and Graham Ingels. Like other EC annuals, this is a compilation of unsold copies of EC sci-fi comics with a new cover, and a title that preceded the later EC comic called Weird Science-Fantasy. Contents vary, but usually include issues of Weird Science and Weird Fantasy. 128 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    EC Tales of Terror The EC Companion SC (2000 Gemstone) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Tales of Terror! is a visual checklist, creator index, guidebook and more, with every EC cover reproduced in full color. See the work of creators like Wally Wood, Al Feldstein, Al Williamson, Harvey Kurtzman, Graham Ingels, Bernie Krigstein, and others. Encounter the other events that shaped the comics world for decades to come in this fitting presentation of one of the most important companies in comics history. Co-Published by Gemstone Publishing and Fantagraphics Books. This hard cover edition is in The Complete EC Library format! Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 296 pages, Color (w/B&W photos). Cover price $24.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Shock Suspenstories Annual TPB (1993-1996 Gemstone) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Shock Suspenstories (1952-1954) #1-5. The same 32-page EC comics you've come to know and love, conveniently re-bound into squarebound "EC Annuals!" Each hefty softcover volume contains five complete EC comics?including covers?presented in chronological order. Softcover, 150 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Two Fisted Tales Annual TPB (1994-1998 Gemstone) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Two Fisted Tales (1950-1955 EC) #1-5. Softcover, 150 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Weird Fantasy Annual TPB (1994-1998 Gemstone) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Weird Fantasy (1950-1953 E.C. Comics) #1-5. Softcover, 150 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Weird Science Annual TPB (1994-1997 Gemstone) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Weird Science (1992-1997 Gemstone) #1-5. Softcover, 150 pages, full color. Cover price $8.50.

  • Issue #15
    Haunt of Fear (1950 #15-17) 15

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    First issue in the series (continues from Gunfighter). (This issue was published in 1950; the ongoing series has another issue 15 that was published in 1952.) "The Wall" (art by Johnny Craig), "House of Horror" (art by Harvey Kurtzman), "The Mad Magician" (script by Gardner Fox, art by Harry Harrison and Wally Wood), and "The Thing in the Swamp" (art by Al Feldstein). Craig cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Haunt of Fear (1992 Gemstone) 1

    1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. Cover art by Johnny Craig. The Wall, art by Johnny Craig; Clara is always harping to Neal about tending to the cat's needs, even if they supercede those of him as her husband. House of Horror, script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Harvey Kurtzman; Three college freshmen plegees disappear one night as part of the Gamma Delta Fraternity hazing at a local haunted house, the Palmer Place. The Mad Magician, script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Harry Harrison, inks by Wallace Wood. The Thing in the Swamp, script and art by Albert B. Feldstein. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    MD (1955 EC) 1
    Published May 1955 by EC.
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    Cover by Johnny Craig. Art by George Evans, Joe Orlando, Johnny Craig, and Reed Crandall. One of EC Comics' late New Direction titles, a response to the new Comics Code, featuring medical drama. The history of medicine is told in comics form, from caveman days to modern times. A couple's fight over medical bills intensifies when their child faces a medical emergency. A doctor diagnoses a boy with appendicitis and recommends emergency surgery. Stunning cover by Johnny Craig. The Fight for Life; Janie Some Day; To Fill the Bill; The Pain Killers; The Antidote. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Modern Love (1949) 1
    Published Jun 1949 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Al Feldstein and others. Art by Graham Ingels and Al Feldstein. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. Desperate for a job, Nina becomes a dime-a-dance girl, but when steady customer Frank falls for her, she must keep it a secret from her crooked boss Steve. A woman finds herself displaced in life and love by her older sister, in a story with early art by Graham Ingels. Starstruck Peggy ignores her friends to go off with celebrity Rod, but when they're alone, he turns out to be a real heel. Plus an EC Comics PSA imploring teens to respect their local newsdealer's business, and not hang out in doorways scaring off customers - a real sign of its times. Stolen Romance; Stars In My Eyes! - Chasing After Fame!; Your Newsdealer - He Is Your Friend!; Dear Diary; Dime-A-Dance Hostess! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Moon, a Girl... Romance, A (1949) 9

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Al Feldstein and others. Art by Al Feldstein and Graham Ingels. Following late '40s publishing trends and switching genres from superhero to romance, this comic makes a famous title change, from "Moon Girl" to A Moon...A Girl...Romance." Jane gets ideas from a romantic movie and flirts with her sister's boyfriend, resulting in a pre-Code spanking scene by EC legend Graham Ingels, no less. Moon Girl, EC's only superhero, makes her last appearance in the memorably titled romance story I Was a Heart Pirate. This was also the first comics work of Marie Severin, legendary EC and Marvel colorist and artist. I Was Jilted and No Desire to Live; Girl Friday; A Spanking Good Time; Moon Girl: I Was a…Heart Pirate. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Weird Science-Fantasy (1954 E.C. Comics) 23
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    First issue of the series (continues from Weird Fantasy and Weird Science). Cover art by Wallace Wood. "The Children," script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Wallace Wood; Colonists on a new world have their children taken from them by the government. "Fish Story," script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Al Williamson (signed) and Roy Krenkel (underwater world panels); The fish life forms on a distant strange blue planet are faced with their fading sun soon going nova and exploding, only to leave their planet without life-sustaining oxygen; Then they see an alien vessel approaching and fill it with water and drown the crew inside. "Ninth Wonder" text story. "The Flying Machine," script by Ray Bradbury and Albert B. Feldstein (adaptation), art by Bernie Krigstein; When Emperor Yuan discovers that a villager has learned how to create a flying machine he has him killed so the secret won't fall into the wrong hands. "Fair Trade, script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Joe Orlando; After a nuclear holocaust, a tribe sells Manhattan Island to aliens. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #2
    Modern Love (1949) 2
    Published Aug 1949 by EC.

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    Cover art by Johnny Craig and Al Feldstein. "I Craved Excitement!", script by Al Feldstein, art by Johnny Craig and Al Feldstein; A love triangle has two brothers desiring the same woman. "Your Newsdealer He Is Your Friend!" one-page story, script by Al Feldstein and Bill Gaines, art by Al Feldstein; Hank asks his friends not to hang out at the entrance to a store. "To the Highest Bidder!" text story, art by Al Feldstein. "Money Stood in the Way of My Happiness," art by Ed Waldman; Aunt Mary is determined that Janet must marry a man of wealth. "Keeping Up With the Jones Family!" text story. Picture Stories from the Bible ad. "A Night Away From Home," art by Graham Ingels; Fay and Bill become stranded in a rain storm that forces them to seek shelter for the night. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Modern Love (1949) 3
    Published Oct 1949 by EC.
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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Al Feldstein and others. Art by Bill Fraccio, Johnny Craig, John Sink and Al Feldstein. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. A farmer's son and a coal-miner's daughter have a Romeo-and-Juliet romance while their families are at odds. Mining-company rep Hal is torn between his tribal liaison Grey Fawn and his old flame Monica, in a rare (for its era) tale of interracial romance with early inks by EC legend Johnny Craig. Wealthy girl Toy thinks diver Bob will be easy to win, but he's not impressed by her money or her beauty. Our Families Clashed; The Triangle; A Womans Treachery; Blind Love; Love Must Be Earned! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Modern Love (1949) 4
    Published Dec 1949 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Walter Johnson (credited as Walter S. Hara) and others. Art by Graham Ingels, Harry Harrison and Al Feldstein. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. A gal from the farm runs off to the big city looking for romance, but winds up working as a hostess in a shady nightclub. Novelist Adelaide hires a handsome bum as a sort of live model, but he wins her heart despite her best intentions. A nurse goes to work for a handsome country doctor and falls for him in a big way. I Was a B Girl; Three-Cornered Romance; Doctor To My Heart; The Green-Eyed Monster; I Gave My Love Away! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Modern Love (1949) 5
    Published Feb 1950 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Art by Wally Wood, Graham Ingels, Harry Harrison and Al Feldstein. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. Adele is bored with childhood friend Paul, but when Don drags her name into a small-town scandal, it's Paul she runs to. A musician navigates romantic and professional woes, in Wally Wood's first story for EC (with Harry Harrison). Living at a ski lodge with Jeff, Polly thinks she's put her misspent past behind her - but then Mike walks back into her life. Shame!; Video Romance; I Was Cursed By My Past; Too Busy for Love. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Modern Love (1949) 6
    Published Apr 1950 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Gardner Fox and Al Feldstein. Art by Wally Wood, Graham Ingels, Harry Harrison and Al Feldstein. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. Babs wants to focus on her career rather than finding a man, and her boss Don is just a little too grabby. Another early entry from the Harry Harrison-Wally Wood art team, as a woman is torn between her blind husband and the handsome doctor who can save his sight. Redheaded Sherry is engaged to Glenn, but she hasn't gotten over her secret affair with Scott, who's dating Sally. Second Wife; Career Girl; Meant for Each Other; The Love That Might Have Been. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Modern Love (1949) 7
    Published Jun 1950 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Gardner Fox and Al Feldstein. Art by Wally Wood, Graham Ingels, Harry Harrison, Al Feldstein, Jack Kamen and Jerry Iger. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. Elena Perez loves Mark, but she's afraid that prejudice will damage his career if they dare be seen in public, from the Harry Harrison-Wally Wood art team. Sheriff Lily Partridge finds love, but first she must put the past behind her, in a story combining romance, Western, and a ghost story, with art by Jerry Iger. The new schoolmarm in a Western town finds that cattle baron Mike has some very old-fashioned ideas about women. They Wouldnt Let Me Love Him; A Lesson in Love; Saddled to a Ghost; My Sacrifice; What Would You Do? 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Modern Love (1949) 8
    Published Sep 1950 by EC.

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    Cover by Al Feldstein. Stories by Gardner Fox and Al Feldstein. Art by Wally Wood, Harry Harrison, Al Feldstein, Jack Kamen and Jerry Iger. EC's entry to the romance comics genre, in the early Bill Gaines years. Happily married Katha learns that the husband she thought dead is still alive, giving her one husband too many. Long-married couple Hank and Libby learn that they were never actually wed. For the finale of EC's romance-comics experiment, writer-artist Al Feldstein presents the humorous eight-pager The Love Story to End All Love Stories," a commentary on the comics industry and the romance genre, featuring Gaines and Feldstein lookalikes. I Had Two Husbands; Way to a Man's Heart!; It Was Illegal to Love!; The Flames in My Heart; The Love Story to End All Love Stories. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Tales from the Crypt (1992 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 1

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    1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. Cover by Johnny Craig. "Death Must Come," script and art by Al Feldstein; A transferred gland preserves youth. "The Man Who Was Death," script by Gardner Fox, art by Bill Fraccio; A state executioner takes the law into his own hands. "Alibi On Ice" text story. "The Corpse Nobody Knew," script by Al Feldstein, art by George Roussos. "Tell-Tale Marks" text story. "Curse of the Full Moon!", script and art by Johnny Craig. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Two Fisted Tales (1950 EC) 18

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    Cover by Harvey Kurtzman. Stories by Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein. Art by Al Feldstein, Wally Wood, Johnny Craig and Harvey Kurtzman. Numbering continues from Haunt of Fear (1950 #15-17) #17. Harvey Kurtzman's legendary series enlisted top EC artists for gritty tales of war and adventure. In the Spanish colonial era, Captain Alvarado arrives in the Americas with a license to search for gold and crush any who resist. Old friends Hill and Hunter run into each other while aiding a Central American conflict; unfortunately, they're working for opposite sides. Mutineers set their captain adrift while searching for a fortune in diamonds, but Captain Cutter isn't licked yet. Conquest; Hong Kong Intrigue!; Man-Trap; Rescue; Revolution!; Mutiny! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Two Fisted Tales (1992 Gemstone/Russ Cochran) 1

    Edited by William M. Gaines. Cover by Harvey Kurtzman. Stories by Harvey Kurtzman, Albert B. Feldstein, Wally Wood, and Johnny Craig. Stories of adventure and war, reprinted from ECs original Two-Fisted tales series. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1
    Vault of Horror (1992 Gemstone) 1

    1992-99 RC/Gemstone reprint series. This series can easily be confused with the original series (10c cover priced), the 1990-91 Gladstone reprint series, or 1991-92 Russ Cochran reprint series. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13A
    Weird Fantasy (1950 E.C. Comics) 13A
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    • Restored: B1
    • Paper: Off white
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    • Label #1624608010

    1ST ISSUE in series (see note following) - "Am I Man or Machine?" (art by Al Feldstein), "Only Time Will Tell" (script by Harry Harrison, art by Harrison and Wally Wood), "The Men of Tomorrow" (art by Jack Kamen), and "Trip Into the Unknown" (art by Harvey Kurtzman). Feldstein cover. NOTE: There are two issues in this series numbered 13. The issue pictured here, dated May-June 1950, although numbered 13, is the actual 1st issue in the series. The one dated May-June 1952 is issue #13 in the series. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Weird Fantasy (1992 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 1

    Edited by William M. Gaines and Al Feldstein. Cover by Albert B. Feldstein. Stories by Albert B. Feldstein, Harry Harrison, Wally Wood, Jack Kamen, and Harvey Kurtzman. Fantasy, science fiction, and supernatural tales reprinted from the classic 1950s EC series of the same name. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Weird Science (1992 Russ Cochran/Gemstone) 1

    Edited by William M. Gaines. Cover by Albert B. Feldstein. Stories by Albert B. Feldstein, Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood, and Jack Kamen. Strange, suspenseful tales of horror and science fiction—this is Weird Science! Reprinted from the classic 1950s EC series of the same name. 36 pages, full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Haunt of Fear (1950 E.C. Comics) 4

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    NOTE: Haunt of Fear continues from Gunfighter, and as such are numbered 15 (#1 1950), 16 (#2) and 17 (#3); then the numbering picks up with this series at #4. 1st Vault Keeper and Crypt Keeper appearances in HOF. Cover art by Albert B. Feldstein. The Hunchback!--The Witch's Cauldron!, script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Graham Ingels; A man has a ghoulish undeveloped twin growing out of his back. The Tunnel of Terror!--The Vault of Horror!, script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Jack Kamen; Linda Cross takes her brother Paul south of the border for relaxation to forestall a nervous breakdown. The Living Mummy--Haunt of Fear, script by Albert B. Feldstein, art by Jack Davis. Man From the Grave!--The Crypt of Terror, script by Gardner Fox, art by Wallace Wood. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Moon Girl and the Prince (1947) 1

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    Note: starts as Moon Girl and the Prince # 1; continued as: Moon Girl # 2-6; Moon Girl Fights Crime! # 7-8. Origin of Moon Girl (see also Happy Houlihans # 1). Moon Girl stories also include "Invaders From Venus," "Prince Mengu and Moon Girl Versus Satana, Queen of the Underworld" (first appearance), and "Smuggler's Cove!" Sheldon Moldoff art. J.C. Peters cover. 44 pages. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Picture Stories from the Bible (Old Testament) 1

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    Cover by Don Cameron. Stories and art by Montgomery Mulford and Don Cameron. A very early religious book from EC/All-American, back when the company was run by Max Gaines. Tales of prophets, heathens and zealots from the Old Testament. Moses becomes the first great Jewish prophet. Joseph's life is the original riches-to-rags-to-riches story, with dream interpretation as a bonus. Esther risks everything to save her people. Plus a PSA for US Savings Bonds, featuring FDR's Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau. Noah and His Ark; Joseph in Egypt; The Story of Moses and His Struggle for Israel; The Story of Saul - First King of Israel; The Story of Ruth; The Story of Jonah and the Whale; The Story of Esther - Queen of Persia. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Shock Suspenstories (1952) 1
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    • Staple rust/migration, tears in front cover.

    Cover art by Albert B. Feldstein. The Neat Job!, script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Jack Kamen; An abused housewife married to a neat freak snaps one day and neatly dices the sections of her husband's body into small jars. Yellow!, script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Jack Davis; A Colonel's son faces the firing squad for cowardice under fire, and is court-martialed and found guilty, sentenced to die by firing squad. Alibi! text story by Albert B. Feldstein. The Monsters!, script by Bill Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), pencils by Joe Orlando, inks by Joe Orlando; Aliens deposit their mutant births on Earth which, to them, appear as horrible monsters, but appear as regular human beings to the Earth men. The Rug!, script by Ball Gaines (co-plot) and Albert B. Feldstein (co-plot, script), art by Graham Ingels (as Ghastly); Conrad and his friend Reggie head up to the big woods for some relaxation, as well as going hunting for a grizzly bear. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.