A Halloween Special!! All new material this issue, NO reprints!! It’s Halloween Night, (Actually, a continuation of events that started in Femforce #42.) and She-Cat, Synn, Stardust and Jennifer Burke(the new Ms. Victory) are lurking about a graveyard to hear Nightveil tell ghost stories. And NV does not dissappoint, as she weaves a tale of spirits who have landed in The Haunted Horseman’s Limbo Void. “Danse Macabre!” is the story of two beautiful gold-diggers who turn to murder, and then pay for their crimes. Written by Bill Black, with wild “good girl art” by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike. Horror meets sexy glamour in a well-crafted saga. Then, “Nightveil” conjures up The Haunter himself ( AC,s revival and continuation of the Magazine Enterprises original Ghost Rider, from the Golden Age.) to relate his origin in “Haunted Trails”. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and inked by Black. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Printed in 1991.
A Halloween Special!! While she is gone from her Everglades home on Femforce business, Nightveil’s mischievious cat Lucifer Sam accidentally spills that mystical cauldron that acted up LAST All Hallows Eve. NV gets home just in time to view three more gruesome vignettes. ( More complete reprints of pre-code horror stories.) “Ghost Of The Gorgon”, drawn by John Bell, originally seen in Fiction House’s Ghost Comics; “Curse Castle”, illustrated by Bob Powell, and “Map Of Doom”, by Joe Kubert, from Avon’s Weird Horrors #9, 1953. It all turns out to be a holiday greeting from Alizarin Crimson. Framing sequence written by Mark Heike, with very sexy art and great backgrounds by Billie Marimon and Mark Heike. Superb modern “good girl art”. Color cover by Rik Levins and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.
THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT< AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! A Halloween special!! Warned by Dr. Jonathan(The Purple Claw)Weir of the coming of The Black Shroud, she returns to her Everglades sanctum in order to perform a ritual seeking out The ‘Shroud’s evil emanations. While in the mystic trance, she encounters The Haunted Horseman, Alizarin Crimson, and the goat god Capricorn. Upon regaining consciousness, she seems compelled to look into an arcane cauldron among her magical artifacts, and sees three evil fables. (Actually full story reprints of classis pre-code horror stories.) The first is “The Ghost Of Fanciful Hawkins”, drawn by Bob Powell; then it’s “The Mirror Of Isis”, illustrated by Joe Kubert, and finally “The Thing From The Sea”, with art by Wally Wood. Could all these be warnings from The Black Shroud? Even if they’re not, they’re darn good horror stories. Lead story and framing pages written by Bill Black, with art by Norman Hardy Jr. and Mark Propst. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.