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Black Mask Pulp Story Reader #5: Terror Tales September, 1934
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出版社:Createspace
作者: Deutsch, Keith Alan
出版时间:2014年09月22日
10位国际标准书号:1502460459
13位国际标准书号(ISBN13):9781502460455
页数字数:208 页
所属类别:简装书
重量:285 克
英文书格式: 纸质版或者PDF电子版(用Acrobat Reader打开)
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英文书简介
Black Mask Pulp Story Reader #5: Terror Tales September, 1934
英文书摘要
Presented by BlackMaskMagazine.com and iPulpFiction.com TERROR TALES was a long-running American pulp magazine of the horror comics and weird menace genres. It was originally published by Popular Publications. The first issue was published in September 1934. One of the seminal horror pulp, it was joined shortly afterwards (1935) with its sister imprint, HORROR STORIES, also from the same publisher. TERROR TALES followed many of the conventions of the horror comic genres, such as the use of scantily-clad damsel in distress covers and interior art. Although hit hard by the Senate comic book hearings and the Comics Code Authority, TERROR TALES would recover and continue to be published decades later. HOUSE OF LIVING DEATH by Arthur Leo Zagat Have you ever asked yourself the grim question: "Am I going mad?" Harold Armour, deserted by his friends and forgotten by society, fought that ghastly conjecture through long nights and days of panicked, mounting terror-while nightmare horrors came to life and evil, mindless creatures lived forever with him in the dark house where fear dwelt always. . A masterfully told tale of dark, impenetrable mystery and Black passions, written against an eerie background that will thrill and shock you BLOOD MAGIC By G. T. Fleming-Roberts All day and far into each night her ancient fingers worked busily over, tiny, needle-wounded figures-while fear spread swiftly through that desolate countryside and her neighbors died one by one DEAD MAN'S BRIDE by Wyatt Blassingame The boy and the girl were passionately in love. The undead who menaced their happiness should long before have abandoned all fleshly fancies. Yet Eve Wingard, vibrant with life, was needed in that shadowed realm where the dead walk always. A NIGHT IN CAMBERWELL by John Flanders A grimly realistic little tale of one dark night's adventure that you will not soon forget... HANDS BEYOND THE GRAVE By Henry Treat Sperry A plain tale, simply told, by a man who lived two lives - and suffered much in both TERROR ISLAND Huge B. Cave It was rather a grim gathering to begin with.... Before the first night of their strange reunion was over, the affair had become a nightmare of shrieking fear and ugly, bestial passion.

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