Today is another KUDL Wednesday. I found this shirt in my closet as yet one more KUDL shirt that I own that I have not yet featured. This shirt is from the 2007 season and is a cotton shirt. It's an original shirt, not the retro reprints we distribute at KUDL tonight.
Today's blog features a comic book adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's classic story "The Tell-Tale Heart" as adapted for comics in Creepy magazine published by Warren Publishing starting in 1964.
For a preview of some of tomorrow's content or for more Halloween-themed comic book material check out:
MONSTER MASH - MUMMIES
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This story was presented by the blog, DIVERSIONS OF THE GROOVY KIND, at this link:
THE TELL-TALE HEART.
Here's the text by The GROOVY AGENT about this story.
(Sidenote: I worked with Archie Goodwin when I worked an internship at Marvel Comics while in college.)
"One of the greatest crime/horror stories in all of literature is Edgar Allan Poe's "Tell-Tale Heart". This classic has been adapted into nearly every entertainment medium--more than once--and probably will continue to worm its way into the popular consciousness for...perhaps...ever. Here's a classic comicbook version by Archie Goodwin and Reed Crandall. These scans come from Comix International #4 (1976), but the story was first published in black and white in Creepy #3 in 1965" (Groovy Agent, Diversions of the Groovy Kind Blog, Oct. 29, 2013).
- chris tower - 1310.30 - 8:16