Series: Haunt of Fear

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The Haunt Of Fear # 01 by William M. Gaines1 reprint
EC Archives: The Haunt of Fear Volume 1 by Al and Joe Orlando Williamson, Will Elder, Jack Kamen, Wally Wood, Al Feldstein2
The Haunt Of Fear No. 3 May 1993 (Original EC Comics From The 1950s!, Vol. 1) by Al Feldstein3 reprint
The Haunt of Fear Volume 4 (EC Library) by Al Feldstein4 reprint
The Haunt Of Fear No. 5 May 1992 (Tales From The Crypt Presents, 64 Pages Of Vintage EC Horror!) by Al Feldstein5 reprint
The Haunt Of Fear # 06 by William M. Gaines6
The Haunt of Fear #07 by William M. Gaines7
The Haunt Of Fear # 08 by William M. Gaines8
The Haunt Of Fear # 09 by William M. Gaines9
The Haunt Of Fear No. 9 November 1994 (Objectionable 1950s EC Comics!, Vol. 1) by Al Feldstein9 reprint
The Haunt of Fear #10 by William M. Gaines10
The Haunt Of Fear # 11 by William M. Gaines11
The Haunt Of Fear # 12 by William M. Gaines12
The Haunt Of Fear # 13 by William M. Gaines13
The Haunt Of Fear # 14 by William M. Gaines14
The Haunt Of Fear # 15 by William M. Gaines15
The Haunt of Fear #16 by William M. Gaines16
The Haunt Of Fear # 17 by William M. Gaines17
Haunt of Fear No. 18 February by William M. Gaines18 reprint
The Haunt of Fear #19 by William M. Gaines19
The Haunt Of Fear # 20 by William M. Gaines20
The Haunt Of Fear # 21 by William M. Gaines21
The Haunt Of Fear # 22 by William M. Gaines22 reprint
The Haunt Of Fear #23 by William M. Gaines23 reprint
The Haunt of Fear #24 by William M. Gaines24 reprint
The Haunt Of Fear # 25 by William M. Gaines25 reprint
The Haunt Of Fear # 26 by William M. Gaines26 reprint
The Haunt of Fear #27 by William M. Gaines27
The Haunt Of Fear # 28 by William M. Gaines28
The Complete Haunt of Fear (Boxed 5-Vol. Set) by Russ Cochran5v set

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