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This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) comic books

  • Issue #4
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 4
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Scratch on front of case; Scratch on back of case; Scuffing on front and back of case; Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Label #2059113004

    Edited by Will Lieberson, Roy Ald and Al Jetter. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by unknown. Art by Bernard Baily, Bob Powell and unknown. Only you of strong nerves and fearless heart will dare read this issue! Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: Justin Westrum murders his business partner Mack and disposes of his body in a nearby lake. But he is haunted by Mack's curse who swore to "keep an eye" on him. Becoming more and more paranoid, Westrum goes too far in his attempts to cover his tracks in "The Constant Eye" with art by Bernard Baily. Plus: Attending a seance, Warren Travers' soul is pulled out of his body and wanders the realms of the beyond. Meanwhile, an otherworldly creatures inhabits his body and tries to build a machine that will call all the lost souls into this world in "Seance of Terror!" And: A carnival owner tries to buy out the proprietor of the wax museum. When the latter refuses, he is killed, but returns to drag his murderer before a ghostly tribunal. The sentence is death in "The Blind, the Doomed -- and the Dead!" with pencils by Bob Powell. Also: 2-page text story "Revenge in the Clouds" written by Daniel Sheldon, and an ad for Worlds of Fear. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 5
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1968746010
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    • Cover coming loose at one staple, stains on a few interior pages, piece of tape on interior front cover.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, B.J. Heyman and Al Jetter. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by Earl Hammer, Jr. and unknown. Art by George Evans, Bob Powell and unknown. Fasten your hand across your mouth to hold back the screams when you read this issue! Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: The gangster Goldie Ricon escapes from death row into the Skontong swamplands. There he gets bitten by a zombie and from then on is haunted by terrible zombie encounters. Driven almost insane, Goldie returns to death row -- and to Skontong swamp -- in "The Slithering Horror of Skontong Swamp!" with art by George Evans. Plus: Country boy Hawkins comes to death in a fight with rival bully Withers. The victim's oversized shoes appear as ghostly accessories and chase the evildoer around. He will die the same way poor Hawkins went in "The Ghost of Fanciful Hawkins!" with pencils by Bob Powell. And: A small carnival pitches its tents in a small town where the cheapest room is $5 per night. Four men from the carnival go looking for cheaper lodgings and find an old abandoned house that a local man says is haunted by the ghost of a man who killed his friends with a hammer. The four men try to stay in the house and the murder begins in "The Last Man" with story by Earl Hammer, Jr. Also: 2-page text story "Horror at Midnight" written by John Martin, and an ad for Unknown World. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 6
    • 6 1/2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.
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    • 4" cumulative spine split.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, B.J. Heyman and Al Jetter. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by unknown. Art by Leonard Frank, Shelly Moldoff and unknown. Turn down the lights, lock the door and read this issue...if you dare! Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: Scientist Peter Tam works as a graveyard keeper to conduct experiments on the deceased. When he succeeds in waking a corpse he fatally chooses to revive a homicidal maniac in "The Secret of the Walking Dead"! Plus: Tod Tilstrom, window display designer at a big store, abuses his manikins. An especially hideous one comes alive, chases him and substitutes Tod for itself in the window display in "Showcase for Horror!" with art by Leonard Frank. And: Jonathan Lodge comes to Salem, New England, to disprove theories that one of his ancestors was a witch. When he finds a magic crystal with the soul of a man trapped inside, Lodge delves into witchcraft himself, with tragic consequences, in "The Curse of the Crystal!" with art by Shelly Moldoff. Also: 2-page text story "The Unhaunted House" written by Eando Binder, and ads for Worlds of Fear, Strange Suspense Stories, and Terror Tales. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 7
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($4.47) will be charged at checkout.
    • Trimmed
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Top Edge of whole book trimmed.
    • Label #0347600015
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    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, V.A. Provisiero and Al Jetter. Stories by unknown. Art by Leonard Frank, Shelly Moldoff and unknown. Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: Photographer Arne Hunter comes into possession of a camera able of taking pictures of ghosts. Investigating this, Hunter detects an unsolved murder case and endangers his own life in "The Man Who Saw Too Much" with art by Leonard Frank. Plus: Manuel Sabata wants to be the greatest bull fighter of all times. While plotting against his rival, he is forced by death himself to make a final stand at a fatal corrida in "Toreador of Death!" with art by Shelly Moldoff. And: Peter Akroyd entertains guests at his summer house by telling them horror stories about the demon "Karzz." To his surprise Karzz appears after a murder has been committed in "The Grim Unreality"! Also: 2-page text story "Curse of the Seal Men" written by Richard Kraus, and ads for Strange Suspense Stories and Terror Tales. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 8
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    • 1/2" cumulative spine split.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, V.A. Provisiero and Al Jetter. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by unknown. Art by Bob McCarty, Shelly Moldoff and unknown. Warning! This magazine is only for those who can stand the strange terror of the supernatural! Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: The satanic supernatural Mr. Avarice makes pacts with humans willing to let their life be fueled by greed in "The House in the Web" with art by Bob McCarty. Plus: Headmaster Lowry runs a cruel regime in his old people's home. Father Time in person puts him to the test by letting him age rapidly. Lowry has to experience the curse of old age first-hand in "The Aged Curse!" And: A beautiful dancer named Tanya is being kidnapped into another dimension by three carcass-like fiends. The power of dance, however, is too much for these ghouls, and Tanya dances right back into the arms of her earthly lover in "The Dance of the Dead!" with art by Shelly Moldoff. Also: 2-page text story "Lost Chords" written by John Martin, and ads for Strange Suspense Stories and Terror Tales. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 9
    • Cover oxidation and chipping.
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    • Cover oxidation, interior folds.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, V.A. Provisiero and Al Jetter. Stories by Bill Woolfolk and unknown. Art by Shelly Moldoff, Bob McCarty, Leonard Frank and unknown. Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: Dr. Death invites you to a stark raving mad story! An old and evil witch is accidentally resurrected and haunts a young couple which moved in an abandoned New England home in "The Witch of Tarlo" with art by Shelly Moldoff. Plus: Jack Karven buys a devil's mask to wear to a masquerade. He commits evil deeds, kills the rival for his love and is in for an unpleasant surprise in "Devil's Mask!" by Bill Woolfolk and Bob McCarty. Also: Donald Matson, owner of a private zoo, is presented with a beautiful tigress. The animal however can transform into a mysterious white lady and makes Matson fall in love with her -- with fatal consequences -- in "Lady or the Tigress?" by Woolfolk and Leonard Frank. And: Two men mysteriously survive a car crash unharmed and find themselves in a strange "house of doors." They are stranded in limbo and have to find their way back to life or on to death in "The House of Doors"! Plus: 2-page text story "Old Suzy" written by John Martin, and ads for Strange Stories from Another World and Worlds of Fear. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 10
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($9.00) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • 8" Cumulative spine split. Centerfold detached. Cover detached at one staple.

    Edited by Will Lieberson, V.A. Provisiero and Al Jetter. Stories by Bill Woolfolk and unknown. Art by Shelly Moldoff, Bob McCarty, Leonard Frank and unknown. Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: When Professor Niles unearths the remains of a Neanderthal man, the whole town suddenly regresses into inexplicable caveman behavior in "Let the Past Lie Buried!" with pencils by Shelly Moldoff. Plus: An adventurous photographer wants to take pictures of a mysterious, forbidden place called City of the Dead amidst a desert. He forces his entry by poisoning himself, but takes too high a dose and actually belongs in the realm of the dead in "The City of the Dead!" with art by Bob McCarty. Also: Engineer Roger Ellis is able to see striking doom in form of a black phantom. With a sorcerer's help he captures the phantom and imprisons it. But the horrible creature can free itself and strikes again in "Phantom of Disaster!" with story by Bill Woolfolk. And: Art painter Leo Main is threatened by his landlady Mrs. Tyran. He paints a murder scene involving her and an ominous fat man. The fat man becomes reality, though, and starts developing a will of his own in "The Fat Man!" with art by Leonard Frank. Plus: 2-page text story "The Mills Grind Fine" written by John Martin, and ads for Strange Stories from Another World and Worlds of Fear. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 11
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($10.77) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Scratch on front of case
    • Label #1624300003

    Edited by Will Lieberson and V.A. Provisiero. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by unknown. Art by Bob McCarty, Leonard Frank, Bob Powell and unknown. Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: Actor Raymond Lawrence is cheating on the many women he dates. When one of them commits suicide, her former boyfriend swears revenge and builds a female robot...with the mission to search and destroy in "Lover"! Plus: Psychiatrist helps man overcome his delusion of turning into a bat in "And Then What????" with art by Bob McCarty. Also: Host character Dr. Death actively stars in this story as a satanic magician fulfilling wishes -- with a catch, of course -- in "The Bags of Trouble" with pencils by Leonard Frank. And: The age-old witch Mudga is cursed with the ability that anything that comes in contact with her is killed instantly. She's trying to live a reclusive life, but townsfolk just won't leave her be in "Touch of Death" with art by Bob Powell. Plus: 2-page text story "Vendetta" written by John Martin, and ads for Terror Tales and Worlds of Fear. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) 13
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    Edited by Will Lieberson and V.A. Provisiero. Cover by Shelly Moldoff. Stories by Bill Woolfolk and unknown. Art by Bob McCarty, Bud Thompson and unknown. Horror tales that are so scary they could only lead you to believe that This Magazine is Haunted! In this issue: A family curse haunts castle Tolchime. Oscar Tolchime, the last descendant, is trapped there and has to face the vengeful spirit of Lady Constance, who was put to death there 400 years before, in "The Tapestry of Tolchime" with art by Bob McCarty. Plus: Movie actor Jackson Blair makes his way to fame with the help of a witch's magic potion. When Blair breaks his promise to marry her in return, she makes his head disappear. In a final confrontation, Madame Dazong dies and Blair gets equipped with a new, horrible head in "The Man Who Lost His Head!" by Bill Woolfolk and Bud Thompson. Also: We accompany Warren Hopkins on his journey from his deathbed to the pearly gates. In between he takes over his body once more, giving his family a scare when he rises as a zombie from the grave in "Where Do We Go from Here?" And: Newspaper reporter Allen Drake is assigned to cover a scientific discovery: Professor van Bohm shows him proof of an alien invasion...and dies moments after. Drake has to run for his life, but everywhere he turns, the aliens are already in control in "The Formless Shadows" with inks by Thompson. Plus: 2-page text story "Dark Angel" written by John Martin, and 1-page stories "The Haunted Treasure" and "The Mystery of the Poltergeist"! 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.