Uncanny Mysteries: Weird and Strange Vol. 2

This one's a wacky entry and no denying, with Canadian publisher Superior Comics coming into the four-color horror ring all gloved up and swinging fit to punch the lights out of anybody who stood in their way. The tales were bizarre and quirky, with pens, pencils and plots coming from, among others, Jay Disbrow and the Igor Shop. Writer and illustrator Jay E. Disbrow worked as a comic book artist during the 1950s and he is especially remembered for his pre-Code horror comics, and has become (certainly around the PS offices) a cult favorite for his stories filled with demons, ghostly apparitions and other monsters.