Tales of Evil
™ and ©1975 Atlas Comics, published by Seaboard Periodicals, Inc.
When Atlas Comics launched its independent publishing venture in the mid-seventies, it apparently decided that it should publish at least one comic in every major genre. Tales of Evil was their entry in the “angst-ridden monster” category occupied by Marvel’s Man-Thing and DC’s Swamp Thing.
Tales of Evil featured Man-Monster, an Olympic swimmer turned amphibious behemoth, as well as the soulful Bog-Beast. Alas, this title fared no better than the rest of Atlas’ line, ending abruptly with issue #3.
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| ||Jack Younger, Russ Jones||Jerry Grandenetti, Mike Sekowsky
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| ||John Albano, Marv Channing, Russ Jones||Jack Sparling, Jerry Grandenetti, Tom Sutton
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| ||Gary Friedrich, Rich Buckler, Tony Isabella, Gabriel Levy||Rich Buckler, Enrique Romero