The Mystery of Bad 3-D in Horror Comics Finally SOLVED!

I love a good pre-code horror comic book, and one of my favorites is the St. John Publishing’s 3-D HOUSE OF TERROR published circa 1953 featuring the fantastic art of Joe Kubert who did the first story called “Picture of Evil” with an amazing 3-D splash page that is one of the greatest examples of 3D I have ever seen.  It pops right off the page!
I bought some Eclipse comics Seduction of the Innocent 3-D issues 1 and 2 a few years back which came with a pair of “3D glasses” and I was not impressed with the 3-D at all.  After a short while it kind of gave me a headache and I couldn’t enjoy the stories as much as I wanted to.
Well, a few days ago I got the MR. MONSTER 3-D comic book from Eclipse and discovered something profound with 3-D that I never realized before!
So I made a video about it, would you like to see it?  Well here it is!
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3-D mystery solved, enjoy your 3D comics by watching my video

HAUNTED THRILLS Archive Video PART TWO: Unedited Interview with Everett Raymond Kinstler

HAUNTED THRILLS Archive Video Part Two: Pre-Code HORROR COMICS Master Everett Raymond Kinstler
Doing art for Avon, Ziff Davis, Western Printing in the 1950s.
Unedited archive video of my interview with pre-code horror comics master and illustrator Everett Raymond Kinstler.

Pre-Code HORROR COMICS Movie on Sale NOW

Get the Witch Tales blu-ray featuring terrifying pre-code comic tales of horror along with a FREE COPY of Horror Anthology Movie vol. 1 DVD ON SALE NOW with FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING.
Witch Tales has stories adapted from Harvey’s Chamber of Chills, Ajax Farrell’s Haunted Thrills, and Story Comics Mysterious Adventures with a spine tingling wrap around featuring a seductive witch making her own special conjuration on Halloween eve!
Available now on Ebay and Etsy.
ruth roche experiment in terror bon appetit aka chefs delight CYCLE OF HORROR COMIC BOOK STORY

Strange Stories from Another World

Fawcett pre-code horror comic booksSTRANGE STORIES FROM ANOTHER WORLD
Featuring the gloriously ghoulish pre-code painted horror covers of Norman Saunders.
Fawcett – 4 issues from Aug 1952 to Feb 1953.
Pictured here are all 4 issues of this extremely short series.
The outstanding feature of this title is that all the covers were painted by the great Norm Saunders (1907 – 1989) who was a successful commercial artist for decades, perhaps most famous for the wildly popular MARS ATTACKS trading card series which eventually spawned the movie of the same name directed by Tim Burton.
Thanks to the Grand Comics Database.

strange stories from another world