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Gasp (1967) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Gasp (1967) 1
    Published Mar 1967 by ACG.

    "Those Terrible Teen-Agers" (script by Mark S. Durand, art by Sal Trapani), "Beneath the Old Cellar" (script by Adam Barr, art by Chic Stone), and "The Devil's a Businessman" (script by Joe Morrison, art by Dick Beck). Kurt Schaffenberger (as "Lou Wahl") cover. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #2
    Gasp (1967) 2
    Published May 1967 by ACG.

    Painted cover by Edvard Moritz. Edited by Richard E. Hughes. Stories by Joe Morrison and Richard Hughes (credited as Ace Aquila and Adam Barr). Art by Dick Beck, Bob Jenney and Sal Trapani. An anthology series featuring tales of fantasy and horror from legendary early independent comics publisher ACG. This is, in fact, the last title launched by ACG before they ceased mainstream comics publication. A man gets three wishes, but needs one more; a ghost seeks vengeance. The Dream Machine!; Timid Soul; The Fourth Wish!; Vengeful Spirit! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #3
    Gasp (1967) 3
    Published Jul 1967 by ACG.

    Cover by Edvard Moritz. Edited by Richard E. Hughes. Stories by Lorna Cass and Richard Hughes, credited as Adam Barr. Art by Sam Citron, Kurt Schaffenberger, Pete Costanza and Sal Trapani. An anthology series featuring tales of fantasy and horror from legendary early independent comics publisher ACG. This is the last newsstand title launched by ACG before they ceased mainstream comics publication. Soldiers from two different wars in two different centuries cross paths due to a strange shift in time. Sorry, Youve Got the Wrong Ghosts!; The Awful Dolls; The Plot!; Supernatural Exhibit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #4
    Gasp (1967) 4
    Published Aug 1967 by ACG.

    Final issue of the series. "You've Got to Relax!" Script by Joe Morrison, art by Sal Trapani. "The Gray Ghost!" Script by Richard Hughes (as "O'Shea"), pencils by Beck, inks by Hickey. "Demon of the Deep." Letter to the editor from comics writer Mark Evanier. Kurt Schaffenberger cover (as "Lou Wahl"). Cover price $0.12.