I’m actually kind of fascinated by the fact that there was a publisher so desperate that doing even shoddier rip-offs of those garish Eerie Publications black and white comics was a thing. These, it turns out, were put out by Stanley Publications, who had been around in the ’50s mostly doing those pulpy man magazines, the kind featured here back in the day when they featured animal attack covers. Their output including the subtly titled All Man and Rugged Man and Man’s Adventure. These were published briefly in ’56-61, but then the company was apparently revived in 1970 to put out a slew of these horror comics. This version of the company lasted only a few years.
Those interested can see such a comic here. They look at least as inept as Eerie’s stuff, if not as gory. Maybe they were hoping to be more kid-friendly. (Of course, kids wanted the gory one.)