DEAD OF NIGHT (1973) #9 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Dead of Night (1973) #9
Four fearsome fables from Marvel's fright factory. First, a man bent on murder takes a ride through a stormy night towards his intended victim. Out of nowhere, he's approached by a talkative stranger with an odd story to tell; a story about the man's life and his death! "The Empty Bus!" was originally presented in Marvel Tales #110. Next, a TV producer ignores public outcry over his violent programming, turning a blind eye toward their requests that he find less gory fare. But the critics haven't seen anything yet, not until they've viewed the horrific stories of "Sazzik, the Sorcerer" (art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, originally presented in Tales of Suspense #32).

Then, a mad scientist who has had enough of being ridiculed by his colleagues for his fantastic ideas turns his genius into a plan to cause nationwide panic. When he strikes, no automobile is safe! "They Melt at Night!" is a post-Code horror drawn by John Forte and originally presented in Mystery Tales #35. Finally, a sudden hurricane forces the evacuation of a small coastal town. But one old couple seems unafraid of the monstrous storm and flood. It's almost as if they'd be through it all before long, long ago. "The Sudden Storm" was originally presented in Astonishing Tales #49.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: DEAD OF NIGHT (1973)
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9 (4.50) (8.75) (17.25) (31.00) (52.00) (86.00)

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