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Appearing in "At the Stroke of Midnight!"Edit
- Digger (First appearance) (Host)
- Lou Fowler's uncle
- Book Without A Name
- Black Magic
- Satan in the 15th Century
- Black Art
Synopsis for "At the Stroke of Midnight!"Edit
Lou and Marie search the Mansion, Lou inherited from the uncle he killed, for the treasure they know he had. Once they find the treasure, and deck themselves out to look like a King and Queen, a mysterious door opens leading to revolutionary France, where the peasants are screaming for the heads of the King and Queen.
Appearing in "From Beyond the Brink"Edit
- Digger (Host)
- Janie (Mentioned) (Arthur's pregnant wife)
Synopsis for "From Beyond the Brink"Edit
Arthur follows Mr. Hathaway around in an attempt to write his biography. He cannot figure out why Mr. Hathaway is so passionate about debunking seances. Finally, they find a medium he can't prove false. Madame Angelica reveals that the spirits had already told her what he was searching for. He had already been dead for years, and needed help finding the doorway to the afterlife. Arthur is now depressed since no one would believe him if he publishes what he saw.
Appearing in "A Time to Die"Edit
- Digger (Host)
- Sebastian Scrogg's house
- Redwood Vital Fluid
Synopsis for "A Time to Die"Edit
Sebastian Scrogg has been trying to create a potion of immortality for years. He shelters a fugitive, Arthur, because he will have to put up with whatever he makes him do, and however he treats him. Arther assist Sebastian however he can. Eventually, Sebastian realizes that Redwood trees are practically immortal, and using sap from said tree, he finally succeeds. Before he can drink the potion, Arthur kills him, and drinks it himself. He becomes immortal by growing roots and effectively becoming a tree.
- "At the Stroke of Midnight!" reprinted in Vampire Tales #2.
- (September) Marvel's newest, most mysterious mag! Tales of weird and maddening menace, tinged with witch-craft and the dark unknown! And, talk about artwork! if a book of the macabre can be called beautiful, this is it!
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- No trivia.
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