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Appearing in "Footsteps of Frankenstein"Edit

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Synopsis for "Footsteps of Frankenstein"Edit

A doctor heads to a town to visit an old friend, whom the entire town hates. The friend is working on creating his own Frankenstein-like monster, which he plans to put his own brain into since he is so old. The doctor goes ahead and does it, and the friend plans to go on a rampage against the town. He is struck by lightning however, and turns into dust.



Appearing in "One for De-Money"Edit

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Synopsis for "One for De-Money"Edit

A young man discovers his rich old uncle summoning a demon, who is trapped in a pentagram drawn on the ground in chalk. The uncle demands the demon give him money, which he does. The nephew, upset at the way his uncle has treated him, kills him, then summons the demon so he can get even more money. However, having smudged off the chalk line when killing the uncle, the demon is able to exit the pentagram, quickly killing him.

Appearing in "Eye of the Beholder"Edit

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Synopsis for "Eye of the Beholder"Edit

A man becomes obsessed with bringing his dead wife back to life and finds a man who is able to do it. His wife returns exactly as she had before, but strange things start happening. The dog is frightened of her and dies of fright soon after. A man paid to deliver flowers to her runs off in terror. The man soon discovers the truth when he looks into a mirror, that she returned as a rotting corpse and she only appears normal when he looks at her.



Appearing in "Flame Fiend"Edit

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Synopsis for "Flame Fiend"Edit

A man kills his business partner in a car explosion, but is visited by his ghost, in the guise of a humanoid flame monster soon after, who says he'll die by fire. The man avoids fire as much as he can, eventually heading to the woods during the winter, where he jumps into an ice-filled lake, causing him to die of a fever.



Appearing in "To Pay the Piper"Edit

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Synopsis for "To Pay the Piper"Edit

A town is plagued by vampires. A piper offers to rid the town of the vampires by playing a song on his pipe in exchange for money. He does so and rids the town of vampires, but the town refuses to pay, so using his pipe he lures the children away, as in the classic Pied Piper story. Men wait for him in the woods and kill him with arrows. They soon find however that he lured the children into wolfsbane, turning them all into werewolves!

Appearing in "Vision of Evil"Edit

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Synopsis for "Vision of Evil"Edit

A rich man becomes obsessed with the art of a madman living in an asylum. He heads to the asylum to see the artist, who is a usually comatose man except when he's painting. It soon becomes clear however that the monsters in his paintings are real, and they come for the rich man after he is featured in one of the madman's paintings.

Appearing in "Ahead of the Game"Edit

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Synopsis for "Ahead of the Game"Edit

This story features a hunter who kills a white gorilla whose headless ghost continues to haunt him afterwards. Eventually he shows up for real and the hunter's head is cut off and put on a plaque.

NotesEdit

  • This issue was originally intended to be the first issue of Eerie, it became the second when Warren published an 'ashcan' edition of Eerie to obtain the copyright on the title Eerie.
  • In Eye of the Beholder Craig is credited as Jay Taycee.
  • In To Pay the Piper Colan is credited as Eugene Colan and was his Warren debut.
  • In Ahead of the Game Orlando and Grandenetti are uncredited.


Frontispiece

Cousin Eerie Introduction

Eerie's Monster Gallery No. 1 - Werewolf!

Cousin Eerie (Back Cover)


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