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Review: The Grim Ghost #3

When Hell comes under siege from the demon Brimstone, the Grim Ghost finds himself coming to the aid of Satan. A silly story from Tony Isabella – but not a bad one. The same can not be said for the art, a subpar outing from the usually talented Ernie Colón.

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Review: The Grim Ghost #1

Colonial-era highwayman Matthew Dunsinane is put to death, but makes a deal to do Satan’s work in the 20th century. This excellent character debut, from the team of Michael Fleisher and Ernie Colón, is one of the best single issues of the entire Atlas (Seaboard) line.

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Review: Weird Tales of the Macabre #1

With Weird Tales of the Macabre, Atlas (Seaboard) was clearly looking to emulate Warren’s Creepy-and-Eerie formula. The short-lived company actually did a pretty good job of it, with nice art here from the likes of Jeffrey Catherine Jones, Pat Boyette, Ernie Colón and others.

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