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Edvard Moritz, Charlie Sultan and various
53 pages (June 1949); 22.6MB download
American Comics Group and Shoulders of Giants; ISBN: SHGI-00101
One of the great, creepy horror genre comics of the Golden age, Adventures into the Unknown introduced itself to readers as such: TO OUR READERS: Superstition is ignorance. It's a part of the dark ages from which man emerged centuries ago. But great classical authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, Horace Walpole and many others have done much to keep alive the tradition of the "ghost" story...and to this day, tales of the mysterious unknown still grip our imaginations! This despite the fact that THERE ARE NO SUCH THINGS AS GHOSTS! There never were... There never will be! Yet, since STORIES of the supernatural will live forever, we invite you to enjoy the following "ADVENTURES INTO...THE UNKNOWN!"
This issue: She Dared the Unknown, The Spirit of Frankenstein, Part 1, The Blonde Witch of the Swamp, The Ghostly Crew and other stories.