Thursday, October 6, 2011

Random Reads: "Graveyard Shift" by Bernard Baily

How cool was it, Groove-ophiles, that Spectre co-creator Bernard Baily was still going strong during the early part of the Groovy Age? Dunno who wrote the following very v'rightening vampire yarn--guess he didn't wanna stick his neck out (ouch!), but it's Baily's art carries the show anyway. From House of Mystery #216 (May 1973)--wake up!--you've got the "Graveyard Shift"!

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