Frontispiece. This page functions as a title page or introduction for The Phantom of the Opera.
This title page as an extract of two panels from part 2 of The Phantom of the Opera.
Adaptation of the novel "The Phantom of the Opera" by Gaston Leroux.
Dave Sim sends in a letter. The letters’ page also features a biography and photo of Domingo Álvarez Gómez.
"Chapter Two" -- continued from previous issue (Scream #2).
Adaptation of the short-story "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe.
This page features a sequence of five images with blank speech and captions to fill in. "The best 5 entries we receive will win an advance copy of the next issue..."
This advertisement includes cover images of available back issues of Scream, Psycho and Nightmare on the first page. The second page promotes back issues of The Crime Machine, Hell-Rider, Jungle Adventures, Butch Cassidy (sold out) and Bravados (one issue sold out). It also promotes Library Boxes for back issues.
This page is a photo article explaining the origin of Nosferatu in F.W. Murnau's 1922 silent film, also promoting a review of the film by Ed Fedory in Psycho #16.
Inside back cover. "A scene from: Hell Hath No Face by Ricardo Villamonte in the current Nightmare".
This promotion is composed two-thirds of the first page of "The Tale of Another Nosferatu..." with a new heading and the addition of "in Scream" at the end.