Shiver, mortals, as Steve Does Comics delves into realms of fear and terror for yet another look at a comic I always wanted as a kid but never managed to acquire.
Unlike the Marvel Treasury Editions, the DC Limited Collector's Editions never seemed to show up in Sheffield - maybe that's why they called them, "Limited." Or if they did show up I somehow never noticed them.
That of course didn't stop me from coveting them.
And one of my most coveted was The House of Mystery's venture into the format.
As I'm sure I've mentioned before, I was always a sucker for DC's horror anthologies, so this was always going to grab me.
Just look at that hand beckoning us inward to experience the horrific delights it has to offer.
Look at that promise of a lesson in how to draw a haunted house.
Look at that offer of seven king-size tales.
Most of all, look at that promise of a 3D mystery cut-out - a promise I to this day still always misread as, "3D mystery cat."
What kind of lunatic could say no to a 3D mystery cat?
Not this kind of lunatic. Why, to even think of refusal would be to show a disgraceful lack of manners - and Manners is my middle name.
Actually it's not. As we all know, my middle name is Does. But that's a whole other issue- as is whatever comic I'll be talking about in my next post from the Frontline of Nostalgia.
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