Top Horror Comic Books

Umair Aamir

Umair Aamir

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Top Horror Comic Books

Are you ready for a list of the scariest and highest-grossing comic book of all time?

60 Most Expensive Horror Comic Books

Down below a list of the 60 most horrifying and pricey comic books of all time.

60 All-Time Highest-Grossing Horror Comic Books

Suspense Comics #3 (1944)

Highly controversial cover with Nazis,

sacrifice and Klan images

 

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Punch Comics #12 (1945):

Shootout in Giant Skull Cover

 

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Prize Comics #7

1st Horror Comic Book ever published

 

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Werewolf by Night #32

1st Appearance of Moon Knight

 

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Fight Against Crime #20 (1954):

Decapitated Woman’s Head Dumped in Sewer cover!

 

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Vault of Horror #12

Classic Torture and Bondage cover

 

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Captain America Comics #74 (1949):

Rare Captain America horror

comic, retitled to

“Captain America’s Weird Tales”

in an attempt to revive sales

 

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Mask Comics #1

LB Cole Cover

 

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Crime Does Not Pay #24 (1942):

Criminal Pushes Woman’s Head on to Flaming Stove

 

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Walking Dead #1 (2003):

First issue of the series of

modern horror comic books;

TV show drives values

 

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Weird Mysteries #5

Brain Removed from Head cover

 

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Mask Comics #2

LB Cole Cover

 

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Weird Tales of the Future #3 (1952):

Classic Cover art

 

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Tomb of Dracula #10 (1973):

First Appearance of

Blade the Vampire Slayer

 

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House of Secrets #92 (1970):

1st Swamp Thing

Established Bernie Wrightson in

horror comics

 

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Tales to Astonish #1 (1959):

Classic Marvel horror, 1st in series

 

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Black Cat Mystery #50 (1954):

Explicit Radium-Rotted Corpse cover

 

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Haunt of Fear #15 (1950):

First issue of the series (continued from “Gunfighter”);

Classic Graham Ingels artwork

 

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Vampirella #1 (1969):

Origin and 1st Appearance of

Vampirella in Horror Comic Books

 

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Tales from the Crypt #20 (1950):

First issue of the series; retitled from “Crypt of Terror”

 

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 Famous Monsters of Filmland #1 (1958):

The first issue of the series of

magazine-sized horror comics

 

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Crime Patrol #15 (1950):

1st Appearance of the Crypt-Keeper

 

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Tomb of Terror #15 (1952):

Disgusting Exploding Face Cover Art!

 

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Tales of Terror Annual #1 (1951):

Very rare Golden Age horror comic — only 13 CGC-graded copies!

 

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Haunt of Fear #17 (1950):

Origin stories for Crypt of Terror,

Vault of Horror, and Haunt of Fear;

Classic Graham Ingels artwork

 

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Journey into Mystery #1 (1951):

First issue of long-running Horror and Suspense series

 

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Eerie #1 (1947):

Rare Avon Per One-Shot;

Publisher revived Horror Comic

Books series in 1951

 

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Crime SuspenStories #22 (1954):

Classic Severed Head cover

 

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Lawbreakers Suspense

Stories #11 (1953): Madman Holding Severed Tongues Cover!

 

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Crypt of Terror #17 (1950):

The first issue of the series that later became “Tales from the Crypt”

 

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 Spellbound #14 (1953):

Classic Cover with Man and Zombies in Romantic Park

 

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Venus #19 (1952):

Last issue of the series, rare,

only 32 of these horror comic

books certified by CGC

 

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Adventures in the Unknown #1 (1948): Earliest Ongoing Series of

Horror Comic Books

 

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Mister Mystery #12 (1953):

Classic Flame Approaching

Eye Cover art

 

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Startling Terror Tales #11 (1952):

Classic L. B. Cole cover art

 

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Crime Patrol #16 (1950):

Last in series before renamed “Crypt of Terror”

 

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Haunt of Fear #16 (1950):

Origin and first appearance, Old Witch;

Classic Graham Ingels artwork

 

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Captain America Comics #75 (1950):

Rare Captain America horror comic,

retitled “Captain America’s Weird Tales”; last Cap comic until 1954

 

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Strange Tales #1 (1951):

Classic pre-hero Marvel Horror

 

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Moon Girl #5 (1948):

The first of EC’s infamous

horror comic books

 

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House of Mystery #174 (1968):

Mystery format begins

 

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Chamber of Chills #23 (1954):

Classic horror comic books

cover, Woman kissing Zombie!

 

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Underworld Crime #7 (1953):

Woman Threatened by Hot Poker

 

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Crime SuspenStories #20 (1954):

Graphic and Controversial

Hanged Man Cover

 

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Vampirella #113:

Last issue, very low print run

 

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House of Secrets #1 (1956):

The first issue of classic horror

comic books series

 

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Marvel Preview #7 (1976):

1st Appearance Satana; 1st Rocket Raccoon

 

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Beware #10 (1954):

Zombies Drag Top-Heavy Woman into Grave

 

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Thing #7 (1953):

Vampire Gouging Out Eyes cover

 

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Horrific #3 (1953):

Classic Bullet hole in Forehead cover

 

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Haunt of Fear #4 (1950):

First Appearance of Crypt Keeper

and Vault Keeper in this

Horror Comic series

 

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Creepy #1 (1964):

The first issue of the magazine-sized

Horror comic books’ series

 

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Chilling Tales #13 (1952):

The first issue of series; Rare, only

17 CGC-rated copies

 

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Worlds of Fear #10 (1953):

Classic Eye-Theme Cover

 

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Witches’ Tales #25 (1954):

Controversial Decapitated Head

as Bell Clapper cover!

 

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Astonishing #3 (1951):

First issue of the series

 

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Savage Tales #1 (1971):

First “graphic” Conan; published as magazine under

Curtis label to avoid Comics Code Authority

rules on horror comic books;

First Appearance of Man-Thing

 

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Tales from the Crypt #33 (1952):

Origin of Crypt Keeper

 

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House of Mystery #1 (1952):

First issue of long-running

series of suspense and

horror comic books

 

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Tomb of Dracula #1 (1972):

1st in Series, Neal Adams cover

 

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Black Magic #1 (1950):

First issue of series; Jack Kirby cover

 

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Witching Hour #1 (1969):

1st in Series

 

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Amazing Mysteries #32 (1949):

1st Ever Marvel / Atlas Horror comic book

 

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Creatures on the Loose #10:

First issue of the horror

comic books series retitled from

“Tower of Shadows”

 

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Fantastic Fears #5 (1964):

First Steve Ditko art

 

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Classic Comics / Classics

Illustrated #13 (1943): Very early

horror comic book

 

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Chamber of Chills #21 (1951):

First issue in this classic series

of horror comic books

 

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Dracula Lives! #1 (1973):

Curtis magazine (Marvel): rare in high grade

 

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Vampire Tales magazine #2 (1973):

Curtis (Marvel) publication, rare in high grade

 

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Eerie #2 (#1 in series) (1965):

First issue of Magazine horror

 

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Tales of Horror #1 (1952):

First issue in Golden Age horror

comic books series

 

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Tower of Shadows #1 (1969):

1st issue of classic Marvel

horror comic books’ series

 

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Tales of Terror #1 (1952):

First in Golden Age Horror

comic books series

 

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Tales from the Tomb #1 (1969):

First in Series

 

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Chamber of Darkness #1 (1969):

1st in this Silver Age horror

comic books series

 

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