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Appearing in "Memoria: Chapter VI: Vessels of the Past"

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Appearing in "The Potty's Over"

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A woman who takes frequent bathes is interrupted by her antagonistic husband who threatens to turn her shower off. She claws his eyes and he stumbles out of the shower striking his head on the sink and killing himself. She is grateful he died in the bathroom as it makes the process of dismembering his body so much easier and she enjoys flushing it straight down the toilet. This story is told very much in the style of the EC horror comics, so you can probably guess that after some time, one day enjoying her bath the decomposed remains of the husband animate and return for revenge upon his wife by bringing her into the septic tank to stay with him. Since she had done a through job of dismembering his body, all that is left of him wraps decayed tendrils of flesh around her body in order to constrict it down through the toilet.

Appearing in "Landmass"

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Appearing in "Apocrypha"

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Appearing in "Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Ogre and the Mayor's Daughter?"

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Appearing in "Toadswart"

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Love horror comics? Then you'll really dig "The Potty's Over," written and illustrated by Berni Wrightson! It's the most gruesome and ghastly story you've ever seen! New, "The Scared and the Profane" by Dean Motter and Ken Steacy finds the crew of St. Catherine's space exhibition about to make their last stand! How about "Apocrypha," by John and Laura Lakey, in which survivors of a nuclear holocaust struggle to re-build their world! Then we've got an all-new full-color story by John Bolton! Finally - hang on to your hats, now - a full-color cover painting by Jeff Jones! Aren't we extravagant this month!

Notes

  • "Memoria: Chapter VI: Vessels of the Past" is the sixth chapter of The Sacred & the Profane.
  • "Toadswart" is the first chapter of Toadswart.

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