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Reprints stories Spook Comics (Baily Publishing Company, 1946 series) #1
Courtesy of comcbookplus.com
Original upload by comicwanderer
Issue: #1
Published: 1958, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: (original editor); Israel Waldman (reprint editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Wally Wood | Inks: Wally Wood
Genre: Science Fiction

Comic Story (8 pages) Up Pops the Devil!
Featuring: Mister Lucifer
Credits: Pencils: John Giunta | Inks: Frank Frazetta?
Genre: Horror-suspense
Characters: Mister Lucifer

Comic Story (5 pages) Exiled to Earth
Featuring: Gregory the Ghost
Credits: Pencils: Howie Post | Inks: Howie Post
Genre: Humor
Characters: Gregory The Ghost

Comic Story (3 pages) Haunted House
Featuring: Cheap Skate
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cheap Skate

Comic Story (6 pages) The More-or-Less Living Corpse
Featuring: Dr. Paul Barer
Credits: Pencils: Bill Madden | Inks: Bill Madden
Genre: Humor
Characters: Dr. Paul Barer

Comic Story (8 pages) The Obi Makes Jumbee
Credits: Pencils: Munson Paddock | Inks: Munson Paddock
Genre: Horror-suspense

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