The Fantagraphics EC Artists' Library #29 - Accidents and Old Lace and Other Stories
(2021)

Fantagraphics, 2012 Series
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Price
35.00 USD
Pages
216
On-sale Date
2020-11-24
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Fantagraphics Books, Inc.
Brand
FB
ISBN
978-1-68396-380-6 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781683963806 53500
Editing
Mike Catron (credited as J. Michael Catron) (series editor)

Issue Notes

US comic book store release date 11/25/20.

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Graham Ingels (credited)
Inks
Graham Ingels (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Indexer Notes

Cover with two illustrations by Graham Ingels.

Accidents and Old Lace (Table of Contents: 2)

credits, title page / 3 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Graham Ingels (credited)
Inks
Graham Ingels (credited)
Letters
typeset

Table of Contents (Table of Contents: 3)

table of contents / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Graham Ingels (credited)
Inks
Graham Ingels (credited)
Letters
typeset

At His Ghastliest (Table of Contents: 4)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 15 pages (report information)

Script
Thommy Burns
Pencils
Graham Ingels (credited)
Inks
Graham Ingels (credited)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
"Ghastly -- just one word, etched in craggy capital letters...

Indexer Notes

Essay on the stories including in this volume along with a photo of and art by Ingels.

Shadow of Death (Table of Contents: 5)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Bill Gaines (co-plot); Al Feldstein (co-plot, script)
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
The shadow of a corner newspaper dealer detaches itself from his body one evening and seizes the shadow of an axe in order to assault an unscrupulous competitor who is attempting to ruin him. When they find the corpse of his victim, they are astounded that the corpse casts no shadow.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from "Tales of Terror! - The EC Companion" by Fred von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman.

Where There's a Will... (Table of Contents: 6)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Al Feldstein (co-plot, script); Bill Gaines (co-plot)
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Dr. James Crotty; Millard Walker (lawyer)
Synopsis
The relatives of Harold Farber were gathered in his house awaiting his certain death while Dr. Crotty and lawyer Walker went upstairs to see the old man, and tell him what vultures they really were. While old man Farber didn't believe them, he asked what they advised doing with his estate funds, and they recommended a charity. He agreed....IF they could prove what they said. They all agreed to stage Farber's death and then let him listen from inside his coffin at what his relatives were saying about him. Before the realtives arrived at the funeral home, Farber eased himself down into the casket w/a microphone to listen in, and he heard enough. When the lid was opened, he jumped up at them, told them off and signed over his estate to the Happy Home for Orphaned Children.....then fell over dead. All those assembled looked at the corpse, then began to laugh, as they greeted the President and Treasurer of that charity: the lawyer and the doctor, who thanked the "relatives" whom they had hired to play out this little scene!
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from Tales of Terror: The EC Companion.

Wish You Were Here (Table of Contents: 7)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Al Feldstein
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Jason Logan; Enid Logan; Bart Shiner (lawyer)
Synopsis
A couple in financial difficulty recall a time when they picked up a jade statue in Hong Kong. The wife reads the text at the base of the statue that says it grants three wishes and she wishes for money. The husband remembers a story he once read called 'The Monkey's Paw' and tells her not to wish, but it's too late. He gets a call from his lawyer advising him to drive into town, which he does, and gets into a fatal accident which mangles his body and pays off life insurance to the wife. She hasn't read the story, so she asks the man who informs her of the insurance payout about it. He tells her, whatever you do, don't wish for your husband back as he will be mangled. She says she won't make the same mistake and wishes him back before the accident. Men bring in the casket and she gets her wish, but he is still dead, as he died of a heart attack moments before the accident. The distraught wife uses her last wish to wish her husband alive but he writhes in pain because his blood has been replaced with formaldehyde. She tries shooting him a rifle but it doesn't kill him so she grabs a craving knife and shops him up into tiny little pieces, but the pieces still pulse with life.
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Indexer Notes

Adapted in the 1972 "Tales From the Crypt" film.

Half-Baked! (Table of Contents: 8)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Bill Gaines (co-plot); Al Feldstein (co-plot, script)
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A man who enjoys tormenting lobster ends up in a car crash where the steering column disembowels him and the flames that erupt broil him alive.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from "Tales of Terror! - The EC Companion" by Fred von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman.

Shoe-Button Eyes! (Table of Contents: 9)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Johnny Craig
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
The little boy celebrated the best Christmas he ever had because he could now see! Born blind, all he ever knew was the love of his mother, and the companionship of his teddy bear. One day, however, his mom introduced the little boy to his new step-dad.....a man who made fun of the little boy and mis-treated his mother. He always said that the little boy had "shoe-button" eyes, just like his teddy. One day, the little boy's mother became deathly ill from over-work, and he asked his step-dad to help her. He abused her and took the boy's bear and ripped the eyes off of it. Later he asked his mom of she'd think Santa would bring him a new pair of eyes for the bear, and the mother, in spite of her condition, went out and got new buttons and sewed them on for the child. When the step-dad later found the woman dead, he cursed her still form and slapped the little boy around, knocking him unconscious. Early Christmas morning, neighbors heard screams coming from the house, and when they entered, they found the dead form of the step-dad w/his eyes replaced by buttons and the bear sitting near-by, button eyes missing....and smiling. The little boy? Well, he could now see......from a special place up in heaven!
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Creep Course (Table of Contents: 10)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Al Feldstein (co-plot, script); Bill Gaines (co-plot)
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A sorority girl tries to swing her ancient civilizations course with her good looks, but unfortunately for her, the professor is really into mummification.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from Tales of Terror: The EC Companion.

Mr. Biddy... Killer! (Table of Contents: 11)

comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Bill Gaines (co-plot); Al Feldstein (co-plot, script)
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
crime; horror-suspense
Characters
Sidney Brackman (District Attorney); Emily Chester (Archie's wife, death); Mr. Biddy (figment of ASrchie's imagination); Archie Chester (villain)
Synopsis
Archie in on death row for the murder of his wife, yet he claims that a mysterious Mr. Biddy actually did the killing for Archie.
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Indexer Notes

Redrawn from the 7 page story in Crime SuspenStories (EC, 1950 series) #5, originally drawn by Jack Davis [not a reprint].

This reprint was done in 2-D and was taken from the original proofs.

Much of the story is told in flashback.

Mess Call (Table of Contents: 12)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Jack Oleck ?
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A German soldier addled by his experiences in the trenches of WWI is recruited by a butcher in the following war to dispose of patrons in the cellar so that he has plenty of meat to sell.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from "Tales of Terror! - The EC Companion" by Fred von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman.

Two-Timed! (Table of Contents: 13)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Jack Oleck ?
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Dickie [later called Tom]; Constable Phyfe
Synopsis
It was 1900 and little Dickie lay in his bed until he heard a sound he thought was his Mom and Dad returning home. Instead it came from outside, and he followed the sound until he saw a man viciously beating a woman tyo death, and then advance on him, grabbing him about the throat until he lost consciousness. When he awoke, his parents were there with Constable Phyfe, who found a scorched area near the boy. The crime was never solved and fiftenn years passed....the young man grew up, married, but later discovered his wife was cheating on him. So he later confronted his wife, took her out into the woods and began to beat her. He looked up to see a young kid watching and attacked him....then realized that the young kid was acually HIMSELF! He remembered the event 15 years earlier and that there was a shot, so he searched his wife's body and found the gun. Satisfied that his wife could no longer shoot him, he drenched his wife's body in gasoline and set it afire, Then a shot rang out and he staggered, falling onto his wife's blazing body. Just then Constable Phyfe pulled him out of the flames and the two talked, Tom discovering that, back then, the little boy had a scrap of paper on him that carried TODAY'S date, and he came back to the scene to investigate!
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from Tales of Terror: The EC Companion.

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes... (Table of Contents: 14)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A blob story that features a cuckolded moonshine-swilling mountain man as the vengeful blob creature that is created when his wife and her lover shove him into a still to drown and be dissolved with a bag of lye.
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Hoodwinked! (Table of Contents: 15)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A woman commits suicide when her fiancee's younger brother gets drunk and rapes her. The older brother cuts his head off and uses it as the car ornament that the younger brother had asked him for.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from "Tales of Terror! - The EC Companion" by Fred von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman.

Oh! Henry! (Table of Contents: 16)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Lionel Hart
Synopsis
Lionel Hart, plainclothes detective, stared at the $10 bill in his hand and his thoughts raced back to when he had just started on the force. He made many arrests, not listening to phony stories from the guilty....but one day he caught an old lady for shoplifting, and she pleaded for him to understand that the food she took was for her sick, paraylzed husband, Henry. But Hart wouldn't listen and he took her in, got a conviction and had her thrown into jail. But curiousity got the better of Hart, so a month later he decided to check the woman's story out, and went over to her home.....and found her husband dead....in his wheelchair! Hart blamed himself, but just then, he whirled to see the old lady behind him enter and thank the Lt. for keeping her husband company. Hart offered her money, which she wouldn't accept, but she did fix him tea....w/rat poison, and as Hart sat there, paraylzed himself, the old woman came at him w/a huge knife, and began cutting the flesh first from his feet, mumbling something about Henry needing "something to eat!"
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from Tales of Terror: The EC Companion.

The New Arrival (Table of Contents: 17)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
This story is told by a mansion. The occupant is a lunatic old woman who lost her mind when her husband was killed in WWI and kept her new born infant uneducated and in shackles for 40 years. But this night, her 'baby' is dying, and a luckless traveler is clubbed into unconscious and when he awakens, finds that he has become the new 'baby.'
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Accidents and Old Lace (Table of Contents: 18)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Bill Gaines (co-plot); Al Feldstein (co-plot, script)
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Mrs. Janet Carter (rooming house matron); Grace Salsbury (villain, roomer); Emma Lou Salsbury (villain, roomer); Charlotte Salsbury (villain, roomer); Eric Holbien (villain, art dealer, death)
Synopsis
An art dealer murders a man in order to inspire three old sisters who create beautiful tapestries upon witnessing violent deaths of people. When he finds them not working, as they claim to be uninspired, he becomes frustrated with them and admits that he murdered the man before he sent his car smashing into the wall. Angry with him for tricking them, they say murder isn't fair; it has to be an accident, like when they pushed father under the train, and the next man into the path of a car, they dismember the art dealer and weave his body parts into a tapestry.
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Keywords
Millville

Indexer Notes

Colorist and letterer credits by Craig Delich, letterer credit verified by Al Feldstein.
Script credit from "Tales of Terror! - The EC Companion" by Fred von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman.

Out of Sight... (Table of Contents: 19)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Mr. Evans [The Great Brain]; Benny; Hulda Larson
Synopsis
The circus barker began encouraging the crowd to pay to see the mental marvel of the age, the Great Brain, a man, once blindfolded, can identify any object being held up by his slow-witted partner, Benny. Then a mistake occurs and the Brain berates his partner privately, and Benny threatens to kill him. Benny then goes to see the only person who really cares and understands him: Hulda. But Evans catches them and Benny relents and goes back w/him, but still suffering through berating again and again. When Benny tells Evans that he and Hulda are going to wed, the Brain heads straight for her. Benny follows and finds Hulda in Evan's arms, not understanding that Evans is forcing her to his will. A few minutes later, Benny exits the tent and addresses the crowd, lifting a red oozing mass up for the people to see, and tells them: "Here is the one and only....Great Brain!"
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Marriage Vow (Table of Contents: 20)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A woman who was murdered by her husband for her money comes back from the dead to fulfill her wifely role in a zombified way. He begs her to return to the grave and says he is sorry but she refuses saying "till death do us part means both of us die. Not just one." while calling him to bed.
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The Sliceman Cometh (Table of Contents: 21)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); corpse; executioner (villain, death)
Synopsis
An executioner during the Terror, who takes money from a relative in order to guillotine his brother, finds he has a difficult time in getting rid of the head. Eventually he becomes frustrated with his efforts to dispose of the ever-returning head and picks up a cleaver and minces it. That evening, he receives a visit from the corpse who wants its head back, and finding that not possible, rips the head from the executioner's shoulders to use in its place.
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Indexer Notes

Letterer credit by Craig Delich. Feldstein reports that Wroten used a K & E Lettering Stylus to do all the lettering with.

All for Gnawt (Table of Contents: 22)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Millie Mumford; Alvin Tuttle
Synopsis
Millie is drinking herself into a stupor, lamenting that her previous four husbands had not left her the funds she craved, but to find another husband would be difficult considering her looks and weight. Spotting an ad in the lonely hearts magazine from an elderly gentleman wanting a woman who would learn to love him, she goes to his home and learns the old geezer is worth $400,000, but his house is overruns with rats. Swallowing her pride, she returns from a local bar.....maybe she shouldn't have!
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Indexer Notes

Letterer credit by Craig Delich.

About Face (Table of Contents: 23)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A father thinks he has twins, a beautiful girl and a deformed girl. When he shoots the hateful, vindictive monstrosity to free himself and his beautiful daughter from her presence, he realizes that his wife had given birth to a Siamese infant with two heads joined at the back of the skull and hidden the secret from him.
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The Switch (Table of Contents: 24)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
An old millionaire falls in love with a young woman but he doesn't want her to marry him for his money so he tells her he's poor. She puts him off telling him his face is too old-looking and he still has an old man's body so he gets a doctor to do an expensive face and torso transplant, but she still isn't satisfied because of his legs. He spends the last of his fortune to swap out his legs and she marries the man he has swapped body parts with because she only wanted to marry a millionaire.
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Indexer Notes

Letterer credit by Craig Delich. Feldstein reports that Wroten used a K & E Lettering Stylus to do all the lettering with.

Ashes to Ashes! (Table of Contents: 25)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host); Emil Frankenstein
Synopsis
Emil sat at his desk in the old Frankenstein mansion writing in his diary about how his infamous Father had tried to create life from a miasmic swamp. Only partially successfully, it was Emil who took over the experiment and successfully created a newborn infant. However, he didn't know if this infant would one day be able to reproduce. He took the child to a local hospital, switched it for a newly dead infant, and then followed the progress of the child from there. The young lady, Louisa, grew up and fell in love with Karl, but her Father, drunk as usual, came into the engagement party with a gun and tried to kill the young man. His shot went astray and his his daughter in the stomach and she fell to the floor, her body reverting to the greenish-black ooze it had been taken from in the swamp years before. Emil has his answer!
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The Prude (Table of Contents: 26)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A man in an adulterous relationship deals with the guilt of his mistresses' suicide by campaigning against all forms of public affection until he finally has a law passed requiring separate cemeteries for men and women. The good women will not stand for this however, and they unbury themselves during the night to rebury themselves next to their mates. At first he doesn't believe the gravedigger when he relates what is happening so he stays in the cemetery at night and observes them rise. His former mistress drags him back into her grave.
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Good Boy (Table of Contents: 27)

Crime SuspenStories / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
crime
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Tatter Up! (Table of Contents: 28)

The Witch's Cauldron! / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
The Old Witch (host)
Synopsis
A man is murdered by a creature made out of old rags in retaliation for killing the woman who was kind to the rag creature.
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Indexer Notes

Script credit from "Mark" via the GCD Error Tracker (Error 3675, 13 April 2010), citing an article in Squa Tront #9 and confirmed in Robin Snyder's The Comics, Vol. 25, No. 10, October 2013. The original indexer credited Al Feldstein.

Letterer credit by Craig Delich. Feldstein reports that Wroten used a K & E Lettering Stylus to do all the lettering with.

The Diamond Pendant (Table of Contents: 29)

comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Guy de Maupassant (original); Carl Wessler (adaptation)
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
drama
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Indexer Notes

Adapted from the Guy De Maupassant story.

The Suit (Table of Contents: 30)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed as Graham)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed as Graham)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
drama
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The Good Fairy (Table of Contents: 31)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Al Feldstein ?
Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
drama
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Fall In Winter (Table of Contents: 32)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed as Graham)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed as Graham)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
drama
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The General (Table of Contents: 33)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Al Feldstein ?
Pencils
Graham Ingels (signed)
Inks
Graham Ingels (signed)
Letters
Jim Wroten

Genre
drama; war
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Indexer Notes

Letterer credit by Craig Delich.

[Self Portrait] (Table of Contents: 34)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels

Synopsis
Illustration of Ingels sticking voodoo pins into William Gaines.

Graham Ingels (Table of Contents: 35)

text article / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Steve Ringgenberg
Letters
typeset

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[Frightened Man] (Table of Contents: 36)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels

Synopsis
Close-up of the face of a terrified man.

Behind the Scenes (Table of Contents: 37)

text article / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Janice Lee (credited); Janice Lee; Arthur Lortie

Synopsis
Biographies of Otto Oscar Binder; Johnny Craig; Albert Feldstein; William Gaines; Guy de Maupassant; Jack Oleck; Carl Wessler.

[The Old Witch] (Table of Contents: 38)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Graham Ingels
Inks
Graham Ingels

Synopsis
Illustration by Ingels of the Old Witch.

Crime. Horror, Terror, Gore, Depravity, Disrespect for Established Authority - and Science Fiction, Too! The Ups and Downs of EC Comics (Table of Contents: 39)

text article / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Ted White
Letters
typeset

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The Fantagraphics EC Artists' Library (Table of Contents: 40) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

The Grisliest and "Ghastly"-est! (Table of Contents: 41) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. [no title indexed]
  2. 2. Accidents and Old Lace
  3. 3. Table of Contents
  4. 4. At His Ghastliest
  5. 5. Shadow of Death
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  6. 6. Where There's a Will...
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  7. 7. Wish You Were Here
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  8. 8. Half-Baked!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  9. 9. Shoe-Button Eyes!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  10. 10. Creep Course
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  11. 11. Mr. Biddy... Killer!
  12. 12. Mess Call
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  13. 13. Two-Timed!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  14. 14. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes...
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  15. 15. Hoodwinked!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  16. 16. Oh! Henry!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  17. 17. The New Arrival
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  18. 18. Accidents and Old Lace
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  19. 19. Out of Sight...
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  20. 20. Marriage Vow
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  21. 21. The Sliceman Cometh
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  22. 22. All for Gnawt
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  23. 23. About Face
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  24. 24. The Switch
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  25. 25. Ashes to Ashes!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  26. 26. The Prude
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  27. 27. Good Boy
    Crime SuspenStories
  28. 28. Tatter Up!
    The Witch's Cauldron!
  29. 29. The Diamond Pendant
  30. 30. The Suit
  31. 31. The Good Fairy
  32. 32. Fall In Winter
  33. 33. The General
  34. 34. [Self Portrait]
  35. 35. Graham Ingels
  36. 36. [Frightened Man]
  37. 37. Behind the Scenes
  38. 38. [The Old Witch]
  39. 39. Crime. Horror, Terror, Gore, Depravity, Disrespect for Established Authority - and Science Fiction, Too! The Ups and Downs of EC Comics
  40. 40. The Fantagraphics EC Artists' Library
  41. 41. The Grisliest and "Ghastly"-est!
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