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Following the January 1947 Eerie Comics issue, Eerie disappeared from newsstands shelves. In 1951, Eerie #1, cover-dated May/June 1951, was published by Avon and saw a run of seventeen issues.[3] The first issue of Eerie reprinted "The Strange Case of Henpecked Harry" from one-shot Eerie of 1947 as "The Subway Horror", and issue 12 printed a Dracula story based on the Bram Stoker novel. Several covers featured large-breasted women in bondage. Artists Joe Orlando and Wallace Wood were associated with the series. The title saw a run of seventeen issues, ceasing publication with its August/September 1954 issue.

Eerie then morphed into Strange Worlds with #18, October/November 1954.

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