We all love those pre-Code horror stories produced by the gang at EC. The thing is, how many times do we need to see the same titles reprinted? There's a plethora of untapped pre-Code goodness out there, waiting to be discovered by a new generation of horror fans. Why not start with Fiction House's Ghost Comics? Fiction House produced some of the very earliest horror stories in comics, and many of the issues of Ghost Comics actually include reprints from titles such as Jumbo Comics and Rangers of Freedom. While the roster of artists may not be up there with the bullpens of EC, Atlas or even Harvey, these stories are drawn by solid professionals such as Maurice Whitman (terrific covers), Jack Kamen and Jack Abel and they all have that Iger Studios feel to them. Some of these stories have been reprinted here and there, most notably in that 'Mammoth Book of Horror' collection and some of the , but I think the time has come for a handsome hardcover of Fiction House horror to take its place on my bookshelf.
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