Monster of the Day #740

OK, enough of the suits. We can always return to them later. Not to say that I’m out of retreads…

  • Flangepart

    Four possable themes here, Ken.
    Hunchbacks, amphibians, actors or men in tights!

  • SteveWD

    “Today on Geraldo – Hunchback amphibian actors in tights, plus, the REAL mystery – What was the artist of this cover on when he painted it?”

  • Eric Hinkle

    Oh, I so wish I had this one. Those Karloff comics were as great as the Ripley’s ghosts and monsters titles.

  • bgbear_rnh

    The story was actually about a navy diver from WWII captured by the Germans but, there was a miscommunication to the cover artist.

  • Gamera977

    ACK!!! Brings back bad memories of my D&D days when my Kender was swallowed whole by a GIANT STINKIN’ FROG…..

  • Flangepart

    And all this wonderment for 25 cents…man, I feel old…

  • BobTanaka

    Green Arrow’s rogues gallery was a little less impressive than Batman’s…

  • Ken_Begg

    Dark Horse did some typically sweet (if expensive) hardcover reprint volumes of the series. I’m not sure they got this far, though, this was issue #55 or something.

  • Eric Hinkle

    Thanks, I’ll have to see if I can find them either used on Amazon or through inter-library loan.

  • FEnM

    Am I the only one reminded of Poe’s “Hop-Frog”?

  • sandra

    Too bad Quasimodo wandered in while Robin Hood and his buddies were dealing with the giant frog

  • Ericb

    Cirque du Soleil reenact the end of the Hundred Years War.

  • Ken_Begg

    Shouldn’t the frog be circling down a red silk streamer, then?