Monday, April 17, 2017

The Dream Machine

From ACG Here's Issue #2
Of Gasp Published In
1967. Art By Dick Beck,
Bob Jenny And Sal Trapani.



  1. Nice tales--the first one was cute, the second one had an amusing twist in which the genie finally got to have his wishes granted--although he would regret doing so and the third was the best one. I actually DID not see that one coming--the sudden plot twist on who was really the vengeful spirit and the one to come to the company's aid was awesome as I thought it was going to be the other way around.

  2. The last tale was really strange as both of the men and their ghosts were unlikeable. I guess Morse was heroic as a ghost but a real jerk as a human.

    1. The odder part of the last tale is that we really didn't know what Homer was actually like until he revealed himself as the ghost. Up until the reveal, we just figured he was a kind-hearted, timid man who was unfortunately the butt of Morse's jokes. Morse may not have been the kindest human being--but at least he had SOME morals.