From Lost Worlds #5 (October 1952), here’s “Alice in Terrorland,” with pencils by Alex Toth and inks by Mike Peppe:
In a previous roundup of links to stories with art by Alex Toth, I sent readers to Karswell’s “The Horrors of It All” blog, where you’ll find a copy of “Alice in Terrorland” as it was reprinted/recoloured in Seduction of the Innocent #1 (Eclipse, November 1985). For those who would care to compare the two versions, here’s that link again.
2 thoughts on “Look Here, Read: “Alice in Terrorland,” with pencils by Alex Toth”
I see that you like Toth, and so do I. One short story I’ve never read in its entirety is from ADVENTURE COMICS #431, published by DC in 1974, called “Is a Snerl Human?” Comics fans on the ‘net say it is a classic, written by Shelly Mayer and drawn by Alex Toth. I could only find scans of two pages. Do you have this one?
Yes. I have a scan of that one. I’ll post it for you. Right away.