Corny Candy for Halloween

Happy Halloween from me and Mike (“I’ve got the munchies!”) Pascale.

Art by Lee Elias from Witches Tales #8, 1952.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: The Grim Reaper—appearing as a skeleton clothed in a hooded robe and carrying a scythe—confronts a frightened woman in a grave yard. She’s tied to a large tombstone. Other living skeletons cavort around them.

GRIM REAPER: Mortal,
you committed the ultimate Halloween SIN! You gave out Candy Corn!

WOMAN: I had to! nobody would eat Candy Broccoli!

SKELETON: Watta Corny joke!

1952 Art: Lee Elias From the cover of Witches Tales #8
Tasty Text: Mike (Mounds) Pascale & John (Junior Mints) Lustig

↓ Transcript
SCENE: The Grim Reaper---appearing as a skeleton clothed in a hooded robe and carrying a scythe---confronts a frightened woman in a grave yard. She's tied to a large tombstone. Other living skeletons cavort around them.

GRIM REAPER: Mortal,
you committed the ultimate Halloween SIN! You gave out Candy Corn!

WOMAN: I had to! nobody would eat Candy Broccoli!

SKELETON: Watta Corny joke!

1952 Art: Lee Elias From the cover of Witches Tales #8
Tasty Text: Mike (Mounds) Pascale & John (Junior Mints) Lustig