*Horror 1940-1959: Resting our extensive Atlas horror updates for a week – still many more to come, folks! – we turn our attention to one of the 1950s more notorious publishers, Harvey Comics. Although best known today for their barrage of juvenile titles starring Richie Rich and his little chums, Harvey were at one point prominent players in the horror field, with their mystery titles being acknowledged as gorier than Atlas’ and approaching the artistic quality of EC’s. Black Cat Mystery took over the numbering from a defunct super-heroine series, and artist Lee Elias proved as adept at delineating corpses and vengeful ghouls as he was at the Hollywood-based heroics of Linda Turner. Elias was joined on the series by Powell, Nostrand and Fujitani, and the covers are among some of the most iconic of the genre. We have a selection of Black Cat Mystery from #37 to #48 (#48 depicted VG+ £72 with free incomplete #40). Several of them are complete but low-grade copies at very affordable prices.