Good art, too. Thanks for posting this one, Karswell!
What a great issue this is. Seems worthwhile to seek out a decent condition copy for posterity.
I may do that. An early Drucker work in horror? Much different than his later work, and there's a bit of Ghastly in this -- and almost seems like Ploog in a couple places page 1, panel 3, for instance. Of course Ploog came later but Ploog had a lot of Ghastly in him.
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Here, I suspect Drucker was trying to ape EC a bit I doubt he was told to, Stan usually let the artists do what they wanted and Atlas was much better off for it. It's a fun story with a bizarre left field ending. I like the cover. It's more comical than horror, which is sometimes the point.
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This was written when a story about a Frenchman who acts cowardly could be a mystery to solve. I had this comic once upon a time.
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Found it in an abandoned building. The cover was smeared in motor oil waste. Made for some careful reading. Thanks for the Mort Drucker, one of my favorite artists. Brian Riedel. Post a Comment.
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Friday, October 13, Gone is the Gargoyle. And just as the Gargoyle King popped up in the living room, someone tried to get in the front door, but Alice was able to push it shut and lock it. The two women ran up to Betty's room where they saw a gravestone with their names scrawled on it.
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Jones climbed through the window, revealing that he was the person trying to get in the front door moments earlier. With F.
The scene is a total deja vu for fans of Skeet Ulrich's slasher Scream , and that may actually be very enlightening. In Scream , Ulrich's character of Billy Loomis also appeared to help out his girlfriend during the height of Ghostface's killing spree, only to reveal that he was actually Ghostface all along shortly afterwards.
A fan on Reddit pointed out that Billy Loomis climbed through the window at the end of Scream just like how F.
Jones climbed through Betty's window on the new episode. So, is this scene trying to tell us that once again, Skeet Ulrich is secretly masked murderer — is F. Jones the Gargoyle King? While F.
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