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Craig illustrated all the covers for the entire run and was responsible for the lead story of all but issues #13 and #33.He also wrote all his own stories (save two) in Vault, something rarely done at EC, and became editor with issue #35 (February, 1954).He was introduced to the public in War against Crime #10, and he continued in that magazine through its change in title and format.

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Each magazine had its titular host, but the hosting duties for any one issue were typically shared with the hosts of the other two.

Thus, a single issue of The Vault of Horror would contain two stories told by the Vault-Keeper, one by the Crypt-Keeper (of Tales from the Crypt) and one by the Old Witch (of The Haunt of Fear).

The Vault of Horror was a bi-monthly horror comic anthology series published by EC Comics in the early 1950s.

Along with Tales from the Crypt and The Haunt of Fear, it formed a trifecta of popular EC horror anthologies.

As the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide explains: "#15 (formerly The Vault of Horror)" printed and blackened out on inside front cover with "Vol.1, No.1" printed over it.

Evidently, several of No.15 were printed before a decision was made not to drop the Vault of Horror and Haunt of Fear series.There are numerous terrible stories of parents leaving their young children in vehicles.And it’s certainly not limited to negligent parents—a hospital administrator once forgot a child in the car seat, where she perished. It tells us that the most horrible things don’t happen because of mysterious malignant intent, psychopathy, or anything paranormal. One-shot Eerie (1947) is generally considered the first true horror comic with its cover depicting a dagger-wielding, red-eyed ghoul threatening a rope-bound, scantily clad, voluptuous young woman beneath a full moon.In 1948, Adventures Into the Unknown became the first regularly published horror title, enjoying a nearly two decade lifespan.The Vault of Horror hit newsstands with its April/May 1950 issue and ceased publication with its December/January 1955 issue, producing a total of 29 issues.

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