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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Spooky Is A Comic-Boo(k) Star

As we continue our Countdown to Halloween, here's some more spooky tuff stuff from the little tuff ghost, this time from his main comic book (his starring title, to put it another way) Spooky #121 (December 1970) in a story that is not only macabre (in the fun Harvey tradition) but meta in a way that seems years ahead of its time. And for all us comic-book collectors/fans, is there anything better than a comic story about a comic-book collector/fan? 

1 comment:

Caffeinated Joe said...

Used to love reading these or Donald Duck at the barbershop when I was a kid.