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Issue: #7 Published: February 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Neil Hudson works as a roustabout at an amusement park. A phantom woman speaks to him warning about accidents which are going to happen in the next hours. Hudson follows her advice and prevents those accidents from happening. The woman is a "carnival crazy" lady who died years ago.
Pencils: Charles Nicholas | Inks: Charles Nicholas
"Foremost among mexican matador's was Antonio de Valera. He is still spoken of wherever lovers of bullfighting gather..."
Valera is killed by a bull in Monterrey, but his ghost fights the next day in Mexico City - as he promised to do.
Baron Hauser posesses a magic statue of himself containing his soul and drawing all evil upon it. The more Hauser gets involved into political corruptions and personal killings, the more the statue shows signs of deformation (like in "The Picture of Dorian Gray"). One day the overburdened statue crumbles - burying the baron under it.
"A mysterious incident that has defied explanation occured in 1909. The british cargo ship Victoria was headed across the Atlantic..."
When the Victoria runs into trouble amidst a storm, the passengers are saved by another ship passing by. This other ship turns out to be a long missing ghost ship.
Ross Bridger visits a balkan land and a spooky castle. There he meets Chorta, a she-devil who can transform into a cat. Chorta wants Ross to be her prince of evil. Ross escapes but is followed to the United States. In a showdown on a stormy night he can kill the cat with a magical dagger.
Art painter Dwight (who might have painted too many cat paintings...) behaves like a cat himself and even transforms partly into one. He fights madly with his girlfriend who tries to soothe him by imitating a cat herself. After seeing that (and hitting his head on a chair) Dwight comes to his senses and swears to destroy all his cat pictures.
Comic Story (7 pages)
Quest of the Never-Ending
A love triangle leads to murder and from there on to purgatory. The protagonist has to relive the events culminating in death over and over again.
Pencils: Louis Zansky | Inks: Louis Zansky | Letters: typeset (Leroy lettering)