|Plot Synopsis: Crypt of Shadows #8|
Feast on these fearsome features from Marvel's frightening '50s. "Look Homeward Werewolf" (art by Mort Lawrence) finds an Olympic-level rower threatened by a werewolf on the run into giving him a boatride. The monster promises not to attack as long as he doesn't get wet, and if he does all bets are off. Agreeing to the macabre bargain, Karl the rower begins their journey. And then it starts to rain ... "Ask No Questions" (art by Sheldon Moldoff) is the story of an annoying little boy and his incessant questions and a father who makes up fantastical answers. But just what if those lies came true?
Next, a desperate story editor, afraid that his at-work drinking will get him fired, takes an immediate dislike to his new co-worker in "Smile, Blast Ya, Smile." Too much happiness can get on a guy's last nerve and turn him to homicide. But you have to be human for it be murder, right? Finally, Henkel draws "The Who Made A Wish," a story about losing your soul to the devil for money. But it can't be all bad, right? Satan seemed like such a harmless, gentle old gent when you last saw him! "Deep Grave, Cold Grave" with art by Paul Hodge, is the story of a ratty old coat and the riches it can bring in the most twisted, ironic way.