Tales from the Crypt

Vol. 1 No. 22 (February 1951)

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Blood Type 'V'
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Tales from the Crypt - "Blood Type 'V'"

Reprinted in "Tales from the Crypt" Vol. 4 No. 6 (EC/Russ Cochran, December 1993) and in "EC Archives: Tales from the Crypt" Vol. 1 (Gemstone, February 2007).

This series can be confusing due to all the reprints issued. As such, we've split them into five separate volumes:

  1. Original EC comics (Oct 1950 - Feb 1955)
  2. Gladstone reprint series (Jul 1990 - May 1991)
  3. EC/Russ Cochran reprint series 1 (Sep 1991 - Jul 1992)
  4. EC/Russ Cochran reprint series 2 (Sep 1992 - Jun 1994)
  5. Gemstone reprint series (Sep 1994 - Dec 1999)

The original issues are also reprinted in four volumes, six issues apiece, by Gemstone under the "EC Archives" banner (Feb 2007 - Jul 2009).  These volumes cover issues #1-24, which actually correspond to the original series #20-43 (as its numbering sequence began with 20, having continued from "The Crypt of Terror" which preceeded it).



Writer: Al Feldstein
Artist: Graham Ingels

Published by EC Comics

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