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Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) comic books

  • Issue #5
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 5

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    With this issue the title changes from "The Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love" to "Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion." This issue, a double size comic, features a book-length, five-part story with chapter titles "They All Came to Die," "Death Plays Host," "Murder Strikes Again," "Search for a Killer," and "An End to Madness." In this 36-page story (Script by Jack Oleck & Art by Don Heck), six people are trapped on a island and one is stalking and trying to kill the rest of them, 52 pages. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 6

    With this issue, the comic changes to an anthology type format featuring suspenseful and spooky stories, all part of the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. This issue features "The Psychic-Blood-Hound," (Art by Jack Kirby), a tale of man who by simple contact can get visual flashes of events that involve the subject, and "Diary of a Dead Woman," (Script by Mike Friedrich & art by Jose Delbo), in which a woman who lives a miserable existence in her home finds solace with a mysterious man in a mansion. Issue also has "Reincarnation: Fact or Fancy? The Strange Story of Devi" text feature. Cover price changes to 20 cents. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #7
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 7

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "Eye of the Beholder," (Script by Robert Kanigher & art by Howard Chaykin and Tony DeZuniga) in which a man gets lost in the woods and is taken to the safety of a family's house and once there, two sisters fall in love with him and he must choose one, "The Immortality Thieves" (Story & Art Credits: unknown) in which brothers battle for a youth serum, and "The Royal Right," (Script by Joe Orlando & Bob Kanigher & art by Bill Draut) in which a ruler goes by the rules of his kingdom in the modern world. Issue also has "Realm of the Mystic" feature and a Mike Kaluta cover and splash page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #8
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 8

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "Twilight of the Cat," (Script by Gerry Conway & art by Ernie Chua) in which an artist sent to a family's mansion to paint the family encounters mystery and cats, "Just Imagine," (Script by Jack Oleck & Art by Ernie Santiago) in which a man with no imagination enters an unnatural world, and ""The Blank Space," in which a man cannot control his blackouts. Issue has a Mike Kaluta cover and splash page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #9
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 9

    Neal Adams cover, Michael Kaluta splash page. Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "Donovan's Demon," (Script by Jack Oleck & art by Jess Ramos) in which a man's obsession with magic and the occult leads him into danger, "Specter's Notebook," (Story & art credits: unknown) in which a volunteer fireman's writings in a little black book causes deaths, and "The Head of the House," (Script by Jack Oleck & art by Alfredo Alcala) in which a woman in an expedition in the Amazon will do anything to become beautiful. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #10
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 10

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "The Monster," (Script by Jack Oleck & art by Alfredo Alcala) in which a pair of murderers keep encountering a monster, "They Walk By Night," (Script by Jack Oleck & art by William Payne) in which two muggers are haunted by store window mannequins, and "Clearance Sale," (Script by John Jacobson and Steve Skeates & art by Al Bistur) in which Joe keeps finding mysterious occurrences in his job of cleaning up a store before it opens. This issue has a Mike Kaluta splash page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #11
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 11

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "A Demon at the Door," (Script by Michael Pellowski and Jeff Rovin & art by Alfredo Alcala) in which some people practicing the dark arts unleash danger and evil, "Bum Wrap," (Script and art by Pete Morrissey) in which a thief tries to steal Tutankhamen's tiara from a museum, and "Generation Gap," (Story & art credits: unknown) in which a shipwreck survivor tries to figure out the mystery of an island with beautiful young women and old, frail men. Issue has a Mike Kaluta splash page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #12
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 12

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "A Change of Bodies, (Script by John Albano & art by Bill Draut) in which a young boy is suspicious of his grandfather's death, "Death Laughed Last," (Script by Shelley Mayer & art by Alex Nino) in which a pirate's pursuit of a gold crown leads to his end, and "Target: Planet of the Two-Legged Men," (Script by George Kashdan and John Jacobson Jr. & art by Mike Sekowsky) in which a young boy's abduction overcomes an invasion. Issue also has some one and half-page strips and a Mike Kaluta splash page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #13
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 13

    Michael Kaluta cover. Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "The Man Who Waxed – and Waned," (Script by Michael Fleisher & art by Russell Carley and Alfredo Alcala) in which a man's bullet wound leads him to a strange caretaker, "The Eavesdropper," (Story & art credits: unknown) in which a man becomes obsessed with a mysterious, flirtatious woman. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #14
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 14

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. Anthology type comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "The Doomsday Trapeze," (Script by Michael Fleisher & art by Dan Green) in which a circus performer goes to great lengths to be the star attraction, "The Alchemist," (Story & art credits: unknown) in which the local anti-wizardry league decides to get rid of all alchemists, and "The Honor of France," (Story & art credits: unknown) in which a ghost defends his home from an invading army. Issue also has a "Fen Fiend" question and answer page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #15
    Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion (1972 DC) 15

    Welcome to the world of the Dark Mansion, a world of the unknown, the suspenseful, and the strange. An anthology comic featuring suspenseful and spooky stories. This issue features "A Slay Ride with Santa," Written by Michael Fleisher and Russell Carley. Art by Dan Green. A man uses his Santa Claus act to commit evil. "Feathertop," Written by Gerry Doudreau. Art by Alex Nino. An adaptation of a Nathaniel Hawthorne story in which a witch transforms a scarecrow into a person. "The Demon Horn," Written by Gerry Boudrea. Art by Gerry Talaoc. A trumpet player gets an offer that he can't refuse. Also art by Howard Chaykin. Cover price $0.20.