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Published by Top Sellers, Ltd. / Quality Communications, The House of Hammer was published with the dimensions not of a comic, but of a magazine, and consisted of from 12 to 18 pages of a black & white comic story based on either a Hammer film or one using one of the characters from a Hammer film, in a non-film based story such as “Van Helsing’s Tales of Terror.”.

It also contained text fiction by some of the stars of horror in the 70s, and articles about films coming out from Hammer and horror films of the past.

The magazine changed it’s name with issue #19 to Hammer's House of Horror, and again with issue #20 becoming Hammer's Halls of Horror which continued to focus on Hammer films but also explored other themes in the horror genre.

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