Mike Shayne #6: The Corpse Came Calling by Brett Halliday (Dell, 1955)

Title: The Corpse Came Calling Author: Brett Halliday (pseudonym of Davis Dresser) Imprint & Number: Dell 842 Cover price: 25¢ Publication date: 1955 Cover artist: Robert Schulz From the back cover: “Slug him,” the thug said. “But easy, so he … Continue reading

Dracula Lives! #9, 11/1974

Dracula Lives! #9, 11/1974… Luis Dominguez cover

Dracula Lives! #9, 11/74 Curtis (Marvel), 75¢ Bondage cover by Luis Dominguez Magazine-size B&W comic magazine with articles & text stories. Includes an unfavorable review of the latest Dracula film from Hammer Studios, The Scars Of Dracula, with photos from … Continue reading

Epic Illustrated #2, Summer/1980

Epic Illustrated #2, Summer/1980… Richard Corben cover

Epic Illustrated #2, Summer/1980 Marvel, 2.00 Richard Corben bondage cover Marvel’s answer to Heavy Metal, their first true foray into illustrated adult fantasy. Featuring: Almuric – part I of a 4-part adaptation of the Robert E Howard novel Roy Thomas … Continue reading

Men Vol 10 #2, 2/1961

Men Vol 10 #2, 2/1961

Men Vol 10 #2, 2/1961 Zenith, 35¢ editorial director: Bruce J Friedman Clark Hulings combo Fidel Castro/bondage cover… a far cry from his fantastic mainstream paintings (take a look) Contents: Where The Wonderful New Jobs Will Be In The Next … Continue reading

Attar The Merman #2: War Of Nerves by Robert Graham (Pocket 77989 – 1975)

A superhuman avenger battles evil forces bent on the destruction of the sea! Nerves of steel vs. nerve gas The villain Rasputin was blackmailing the U.S. Government, threatening to detonate forty drums of deadly nerve gas in the Caribbean. If … Continue reading

Conan And The Spider God by L Sprague de Camp (Bantam 13837-5 – 1980)

Fleeing the Priest of Erlik’s revenge, Conan escapes to Sultanapur only to be accused of abducting the King’s favorite wife, Jamilah. Now, with a price on his head, the bold barbarian must pursue Jamilah’s captors into the Temple of Zath, … Continue reading

The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes #3: The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle (Bantam 366 – 1949)

Holmes and Watson are faced with their most terrifying case yet. The legend of the devil-beast that haunts the moors around the Baskerville families home warns the descendants of that ancient clan never to venture out in those dark hours … Continue reading