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ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN Volume 3

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ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN Volume 3

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Closeout Price! Collects #11-15, 1950-51. Recommended. Foreword by Paul Di Filippo. The first ongoing horror comics anthology, Adventures into the Unknown is finally collected into a series of deluxe hardcovers! The pre-Code delights found in this volume include inventive, exciting tales often written by the renowned Richard Hughes, who wrote a great deal of these stories right into the 1960s.

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The first ongoing horror comics anthology, Adventures into the Unknown is finally collected into a series of deluxe hardcovers! The pre-Code delights found in this volume include inventive, exciting tales often written by the renowned Richard Hughes, who wrote a great deal of these stories right into the 1960s.

Here is "The Living Ghost," "double Doom," "The Face in the Moonstone," "Menace from Mars," "The Lost Soul," "The Bride of Anubis," "Kill, Puppets, Kill," "The Affair of Room 1313," and the ongoing "True Ghosts of History" feature--with contributions from Golden Age greats Fred Guardineer, Al Feldstein, Leonard Starr, Edvard Moritz, Ogden Whitney, Ken Bald, Howard Larsen, Al Camy, Charles Sultan, Lin Streeter, and others, including 1950s Tarzan newspaper artist John Celardo!

Introduction by Paul Di Filippo. Five complete issues including all ads and letters pages, #11-15, June/July 1950 to January 1951. Some of the run's best horror covers appear here, including these three by cover-regular Ogden Whitney: winged demons from beneath the earth, attacking a couple, and--shades of Steve Ditko--a dinosaur knocking over skyscrapers. And beast men attacking a luscious girl deep in a gloomy cave.

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Item Code ADU03H
Publisher PS Artbooks
Publish Date 2012
ISBN 9781848634718
Binding Hard Cover - No Dustjacket
Dimensions 7x10
# Pages 288pg
Color Full Color
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