HBO Season 6: Original EC comic versions

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    sniktawt

    [1]Feb 21, 2009
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    Resurrecting these, since this forum is deader than Crypty himself.

    Episode 66: LET THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIME

    Story adapted from Vault Of Horror #33, Oct-Nov 1953. Story by Al Feldstein and William M. Gaines with art by Jack Davis.

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    Already posted this in the Punishment discussion thread but for easier access, reposting it.

    Edited on 02/21/2009 6:35pm
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    sniktawt

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    Episode 67: Only Skin Deep

    Story adapted from Tales From The Crypt #38, Oct-Nov 1953. Script by Al Feldstein with art by Reed Crandall.

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    Edited on 02/21/2009 7:10pm
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    EPISODE 68: WHIRLPOOL

    Story adapted from Vault Of Horror #32, Aug-Sept 1953. Story and Art by Johnny Craig.

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    Edited on 02/21/2009 7:24pm
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    EPISODE 69: OPERATION FRIENDSHIP

    Story adapted from Tales From The Crypt #41, April-May 1954. Script by Al Feldstein with art by Jack Davis.

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    EPISODE 70: REVENGE IS THE NUTS

    Story adapted from Vault Of Horror #20, Aug-Sept. 1951. Script by Al Feldstein & Bill Gaines with art by Graham Ingels.

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    This episode MOSTLY uses elements from the story, "Blind Alleys" from Tales From The Crypt #46 Feb-Mar. 1955, with art by George Evans
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    sniktawt

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    EPISODE 71: THE BRIBE

    Story adapted from Shock SuspenStories #7, Feb-Mar 1953. Script by Al Feldstein with art by Wally Wood.

    Sadly, at this time, I only have the black and white scan.

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    recoverygurl

    [7]Feb 22, 2009
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    Vault of Horror is the only comic book I ever collected or read!
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    ShumaGorath666

    [8]Feb 24, 2009
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    It's interesting that each filmed version of the Blind Alleys tale only focuses on certain parts of Grunwald/Rogers' personality but never all of it. The 1972 one focused on the greed and incompetence while the 1994 was on the sadism and sex-crazed aspect. Another thing, I really don't get the logic behind the title switch. Bats in My Belfry becoming Ear Today I can understand because it's not about bats anymore (like the FAR FAR FAR superior comic story was), but this one is still about blind people. Any ideas here?
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