Published: 1 February 1961
Series: Amazing Adult Fantasy #9
Format Read: Digital Copy
These adult fantasy graphic novels contain stories about horror, terror and adventure.
Not a lot to say about this short comic strip. Each “story” is about 3 pages long. Ranging from a monster wreaking havoc on some world and turning out to be a kid’s toy, a evil man with a plan to extort a haunted house, only to be turned into a ghost himself, things like that, that had some form of moral value connected to it. For the time it was forward thinking and I can just imagine how kids and adults alike could have enjoyed this back in the day. Can’t say I was horrified, terrorized, but I had quite the adventure while going through the stories. AAF#9 got a 3 out of 5 from me on GR. I am hoping I can get some more comics in this month as my reviews have been lacking behind a bit and Jenn and I seem to be struggling a bit getting through book 14 in the HH series.
Hope you are all doing well.