Thursday, October 11, 2012

Shades of Gray: "Bayou Witch" by Seuling and Morrow

More voodoo for you, Groove-ophiles! Here's a twisted tale authored by Phil Seuling and masterfully illustrated by our main man, Gray Morrow. Beware the "Bayou Witch" from The Witching Hour #15 (April 1971)!


  1. Thank you,thank you,Mr Groove,for sharing!
    A true gem if I ever saw one.
    /Mr Anonymous
    p.s.I know,I know;"Size doesn't matter",but
    again thank you for those beautiful big scans.

  2. WOW!! That is one beautifully drawn story...Morrow truly is a master.Every once and awhile, you can discover gems like this in the pages of DC's horror & war titles.You never knew what you would find between the covers.

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  4. Bayou Witch makes for a nice spoonerism, huh!

    1. One that would have done Archie Campbell proud, indeed!



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