Adventure Into the Unknown claimed to be the first supernatural comic book to be published anywhere in the United States, an assertion that could be true for all I know. AItU did institute something very different in 1954.
How about some thrill and chills in Truevision? What's Truevision? you ask. Well, it's kind of a cheap way to do 3D effects in comic books without the funny glasses. It actually turns out pretty well in the three stories here penciled by Harry Lazarus: "Dry Death," "The Man Who Lost His Face," and "One Bright and Shining Day." And from artist Bob Forgione, there is a one-page Truevision take on supposedly true vampire Alicia von Czerny.
Check out the issue below and register your own verdict on Truevision.