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Well-Traveled! - (Feldstein / Kamen) Every time Horace saves enough money to buy a model train, his wife uses the money to take a trip.
Hate! - (Feldstein / Wood) How far will you go to prevent the wrong people from being your neighbors?
Justice - (text story) one lawman will stop at nothing to see justice done his way.
Shock Talk - the first letters column in SHOCK SuspenStories deals with reader's reactions to the story 'the guilty!' from issue #3.
What Fur?! - (Feldstein / Orlando) Skunk pelts are worth a fortune in the future, and there's one planet that still has them in abundance!
Cold Cuts! - (Feldstein / Davis) You murdered your wife, but you only have minutes to hide the body!


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Less Shocking, Still Suspensful 0

A bit of a letdown after the first four issues, SHOCK #5 is still stronger than most comics of its day. The art is solid throughout, but Feldstein's writing seems to be falling back on some old saws. Nearly every story in the collection has a somewhat predictable ending except, surprisingly, the text story 'Justice'.  'Well-Traveled' and 'Cold Cuts' are standard horror fare. Though the endings might be better, they managed to string tension out for several pages each. 'What Fur?!' however is pr...

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