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Appearing in "Tales of Ghost Castle"Edit

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  • Lucien (Host) (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Tales of Ghost Castle"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "A Child's Garden of Graves"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Child's Garden of Graves"Edit

An adopted girl murders her new brother and sister and buries them in her garden.

Appearing in "A Soul a Day Keeps the Devil Away"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Soul a Day Keeps the Devil Away"Edit

A demon attempts to get a dentist to barter away his soul in exchange for a life free from work but neglects to take into account how much the dentist enjoys inflicting suffering through his practice.

Appearing in "The Mushroom Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Mushroom Man"Edit

A man murders his uncle for money and buries his body under the mushroom patch in the cellar. After a cook prepares a meal with mushrooms she got from the cellar the man is killed when mushrooms burst through his body.

NotesEdit

  • The introductory story, Tales of Ghost Castle, acts as a framing piece for the stories that follow after it.


TriviaEdit

  • Originally, the character of Lucien did not exist within the same continuity as the mainstream DC Universe. Like many horror hosts, his sole function was to act as a boogeyman storyteller, similar to the roles of characters such as Cain and Abel. In 1989, writer Neil Gaiman gathered together the various anthology host characters and integrated them into the DC/Vertigo continuity beginning with Sandman (Volume 2) #1.
  • This issue contains a one-page humor strip by Sergio Aragonés entitled Ghost Cackles.

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