And what better way to wrap up 31 days of horror comics with the biggest, baddest, most persistent bogeyman in comics history? Yup, here's some FREDERIC WERTHAM (eeeee!) to scare you guy back under your covers! Enjoy this article on the evils of comics from Saturday Review, and tremble under the real horror of it ... Wertham was RIGHT! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-haaaaa!
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I gotta be honest, excepting THE BRAIN AND THE BAT, this'un's my favorite Skeleton Hand bit of idiocy. Enjoy!
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