Appearing in "The Haunter of the Dark"

Featured Characters:

  • Robert Blake (First appearance) {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Death}}

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  • Unnamed cop
  • The Devil (Invoked)
  • Starry Wisdom Cult (Only in flashback)
  • Old Ones (Mentioned)
  • Ancient Atlanteans {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}
  • Minoan fisherman {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}
  • Ancient Egyptians {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}
  • Archaeologists {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}

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Synopsis for "The Haunter of the Dark"

A writer enters an old church with a disturbing history. By staring into a jewel called the Shining Trapezohedron, he inadvertently awakens a monstrous entity that can only exist in the dark.

Appearing in "The Price Is Flight!"

Featured Characters:

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Supporting Characters:

  • Clifford's assistant {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||First appearance}}

Other Characters:

  • Unnamed youth who interrupts Clifford's levitating act {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||First appearance}}

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Synopsis for "The Price Is Flight!"

A heckler regrets interrupting the levitating act of a magician with a bad heart.

Appearing in "The Man with -- Two Faces!"

Featured Characters:

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Supporting Characters:

  • Medical center staff
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    • Tony {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||First appearance}}

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  • Bandits {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}
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    • Genghiz Khan's sons {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|mentions| | | }}

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  • Medical center
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      • Genghiz Khan's tomb {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}

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  • High-powered Winchester .30-05 {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}
  • Genghiz Khan's treasure {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|||Only in flashback}}

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Synopsis for "The Man with -- Two Faces!"

When a thief kills a shaman who leads him to treasure, the shaman curses him to see his features grow out of his chest. The man leaps to his death from the hospital window.

Solicit Synopsis

Robert Bloch's "The Shadow from the Steeple!"

Notes

  • The Haunter of the Dark! is adapted from the short story "[[Wikipedia:{{{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}}|{{{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}}]]" (December, 1936) by American author H.P. Lovecraft, by permission of Arkham House, publishers. The story is a sequel to Robert Bloch's [[Wikipedia:{{{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}}|{{{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}}]] (September, 1935), which was adapted last issue. It is also Lovecraft's last known work. It is part of the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • In The Price Is Flight!, Adkins is credited for the plot and Gerber for the script.
  • In The Man with -- Two Faces!, McGregor is credited as Donald F. McGregor.

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