Adventures Into Terror 25

Title Published
November 1950 to May 1954
Issue Numbers
43 to 31
Number of Issues
31
Continued From
Joker Comics
Issue Information
Cover Date
November 1953
 
 
Cover Titles
The Corpse Comes Back!
The Terrible Trophy!
A Very Grave Matter!
 
 
Cover Credits
Bill Everett pencils attributed
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  D-261? A Very Grave Matter!

Notes: Ignatius Zekel builds coffins from the cheapest materials and sells them for a huge profit. When he decides buying a house is too expensive, he gets a cheap load of heavy stones to build his own, but the stones have their own history... - Ger A.
5 pg art Bill Benulis pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
John Kaminski: Creator Credit
  D-257 The Deadly Horror 2 pg text
D-224 The Terrible Trophy

Notes: A blowhard who collects animal heads bores his friends at the club with his stories about how he got the gorilla tattoo on his chest. One of them decides to pay him back by offering him a rare double-headed animal.
4 pg art Matt Fox pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
John Kaminski: Creator Credit
D-124 The Corpses Come Back!

Notes: Three brothers visit the grave of their dead parents and are apalled at the state it is in. But they can't do anything, because they didn't read the fine print on their contract. The ghosts of the parents get the owner of the graveyard to sign a new contract. - Ger A.
5 pg art Gene Colan pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
John Kaminski: Creator Credit
  C-534? The Speed-Up

Notes: Three comic book artists, working for Ben Clay, publisher of horror books such as Weirdie Comics, Suspense Comics, Ghould Comics and Gore Comics, try to draw more than one page a day, to compete with an artist called Whiz, who can do 12 pages in one day. They force him to tell them how he does that and he shows them how his slave labor system works... up close. - Ger A.
4 pg art Tony DiPreta pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
John Kaminski: Creator Credit
  D-155 Snakes Alive

Notes: The members of the Blackton family die one by one from snake bites... but one of them is determined not to be the last one to go. - Ger A.
5 pg art Unknown pencils

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
John Kaminski: Creator Credit