Published October 30, 2020

This Week in Marvel Reads Haunting Halloween Classics

All three hosts gather together for some of the best prose stories from 'Strange Tales'!

This Week in Marvel Halloween

Trick or treat, Marvelites? On the latest episode of This Week in Marvel, there's something for every Marvel fan -- especially the ones who love the most terrifying time of the year! For Halloween this year, Ryan "Agent M" Penagos, Lorraine Cink, and James Monroe Iglehart all joined together for a spirited storytelling session featuring some classic tomes from Marvel's early horror comics! Come for the STRANGE TALES, stay for the latest news from the (haunted) House of Ideas!

Keep scrolling to find a reading list that you can find on Marvel Unlimited!

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Reading Guide:

Strange Tales (1951) #1

Strange Tales (1951) #1

    • publishedMay 32, 1951
    • added to marvel unlimitedApr 28, 2007
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Strange Tales (1951) #14

Strange Tales (1951) #14

    • publishedDec 32, 1952
    • added to marvel unlimitedDec 32, 2002
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