The Thirteen Days Of Halloween continue with the macabre menace of the Vampiric Viking, Garth! The story originally appeared in Strange Fantasy #12 (Ajax-Farrell, June-July 1954).
There are no credited artists or writers for this tale, but it’s safe to assume it was produced by the Iger Studio.
And they umm… lived (?) … umm … happily (?) ever after?!?!?
Given that the Iger Studio’s only staff writer was a woman, the fate of the tale’s female protagonist is especially interesting. Is the last panel a barbed commentary on ’50s suburbia? An insight into the paranoia of that particular decade?
It’s worth pondering …
Coming tomorrow: Frankenstein’s Monster let’s his conscience be his guide!!!