*Horror 1940-1959: Although you may not be able to tell from our recent swathe of updates, other people besides Atlas did venture (often quite successfully) into the horror field in the 1950s, and we’re happy to turn a grisly spotlight on some of those publishers this week. From Fawcett, home of the cheery sunshiny Captain Marvel and Family, comes Beware Terror Tales and This Magazine Is Haunted, two horror anthologies hosted respectively by the Mummy and Doctor Death, which presented a considerable contrast to the Shazam Squad; one Beware and three new Haunteds grace our listings this week. Meanwhile over at Harvey, Lee Elias, Howard Nostrand and Bob Powell turned out finely-crafted shockers in Witches’ Tales, two additional issues of which join our ranks. Lastly for this update, comes Ace’s Challenge of the Unknown, a 1950 one-off (numbered #6) which fell in the transition between Love Experiences and Web of Mystery. A sort of ‘pilot’ for Web of Mystery, this issue features ‘Villa of the Vampire’, ‘High Priestess of the Snake People’, and other such wholesome romps. Illustrated are Beware Terror Tales #2 VG+ £82 and This Magazine Is Haunted #11 GD+ £47. Details of the others can be found in our online listings.