Plastic Man and the witch of Wailing Woods
Once upon a midnight dreary, as I blogged weak and weary...over some comic tome of forgotten bore...
...'scuse me. I get carried away sometimes. Once upon a midnight dreary, I should say, I posted a Plastic Man story in Pappy's #483. Karswell, of the superb The Horrors Of It All blog asked me to show some more Plastic Man stories with a horror theme. It's been a year-anna-half, Stevie bwah, but here's your wish! I may be be diligent in getting to requests, but also dilatory.
The Grand Comics Database says it's Alex Kotzky? meaning they don't know, they're guessing. I can guess, too. "The Witch Of Wailing Woods," from Plastic Man #42, 1953, looks like it was drawn by Jack Cole and heavily inked by one of Quality Comics' ink-happy finishers, maybe Chuck Cuidera. But picture me, on that midnight dreary, shrugging my shoulders and saying, "I dunno, Poe," if asked if I have more than three or four dozen years looking at Cole's artwork to qualify me for my guess.
I've got another horror story, this time by Bernard Baily, coming up on Wednesday.