Eerie #135

    Eerie » Eerie #135 released by Warren on October 1982.

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    Spirit of Thing

    The heavily bundled figure reached the attic room, and began an unrelieved pounding and beating on the door!

    Collector's Edition

    Here was a man who looked beyond the grave, and the darkest unknown corners of the mind, in to hell itself!


    When it was already too late, she looked to the branches above...and saw the unearthly creature dropping onto her!

    Blood of The Werewolf

    For a ling time I floated in limbo, distantly conscious of the nightmarish figure in black standing over me!

    Second Chance

    Deeper and deeper he plunged into the dark domain, pleading for it to end...until, to his sudden regret, it did!

    Sorcery Lives

    Garth paused in his assault as the wind brought a terrible sound...the leathery beat of unearthly wings!

    City of Doom

    Drooling and grunting with a fervor more of animals than men, the wild-eyed horde advanced menacingly.

    Shrieking Man

    Colbert's knees buckled as the screaming horror from the shadows slashed and clawed at his body!

    The Fly

    The killer had it all figured out! After plastic surgery, no one could possibly hope to identify him as the murderer!

    Demon Sword

    Not even Brace, until it was to late, guessed the path of horror the ancient sword would cut through the present!



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