We love 50s horror comics – and we especially love Tomb Of Terror – as it's one of the excellent publications from Harvey Comics in the pre-code years – filled with lurid artwork and some incredibly chilling stories! Like some of the other Harvey horror of the period, there's a really unbridled feel to this material – a no holds barred approach that goes into the same ultra-cree
py territory as EC Comics, and maybe even a bit beyond – as there's less of the wit of EC, and often hardly any sort of moral to the stories at all. Lots of this work is even cree
pier than the average horror movie of the time – and the book does a great job of presenting the material with full color reproductions on heavy white paper, wrapped up in a hardcover volume that's a lot easier to read than the ultra-valuable vintage comics themselves. Artwork in this volume is by Warren Kremer, Lee Elias, Abe Simon, Rudy Palais, Bob Powell, Howard Nostrand, John Giunta, and others – and stories include "Colony Of Horror", "Shadows Of Death", "The Eyeless Ones", "Big Joke", and "Communist".