The 1st Issue of The Original Eerie Comics
The first version of Avon comics Eerie comics was published in 1947 and included art by legendary Joe Kubert. This comic book set the standard for all future horror anthology comics to be published for decades to come.
Dead Man’s Tale: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
Myron Morgan discovered a bottle that gave him wealth, but are the two tied together closer than he realizes?
Goofy Ghost: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
A funny strip with Goofy Ghost… who is scared of ghosts.
Mystery of Murder Manor: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
When Johnny and Rupert Rawlings take refuge in a reportedly haunted house, they are forced to discover the true story of Murder Manor.
Proof: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
A district attorney visits a gloomy village to convict a man of murder despite his denial of it, which makes him unpopular with the townspeople.
The Eyes of the Tiger: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
An insurance representative gets caught in a cat-loving man’s plot only to see it backfire.
The Man-Eating Lizards: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
After running into a mysterious storm, a A US serviceman finds himself on an island of massive, hugry reptiles.
The Strange Case of Henpecked Harry: Eerie Comics Revisted #1
Sometimes having a pestering spouse can drive you mad, but as Harry Horton finds, sometimes guilt can drive you mad as well.