7 pgs. Appeared first time in
Creepy #66 (1974).
Eerie #86 (1977), in Creepy Presents Richard Corben (2012), and in Creepy Archieves Volume #14 (2012), and in Eerie Archives Volume #18 (2015).
Story: Doug Moench. Art: Richard Corben (no signiture, that I know). Lettered by hand (Warren).
BR: as "O mago do
flipper!" in Kripta
FIN: as"Flipperivelho!" in Shokki tekijänä Richard Corben #2 (2014).
FRA: as "Pinball Wizard [FRA]!" in Vampirella [FRA] #19 (1975), Vampirella [FRA] Album #5 (1975) and Le Carnaval des monstres (1981).
SER: as"Pinball Wizard [SER]" in Jeznovik #2: Ričard Korben (2013).
SPA: as "Magia infernal" in Delta #18, and Rufus #22 (1975).
Style: Greytonal. Genre: Horror. Time
Span: Near past. Nudity: None.
Keywords: Gangsters. Humiliation. Poor shop owner. Orphan. Revenge. Uncle Eerie (in Eerie).
Synopsis: Gangsters force poor old shop owner to take their pinball machine. During molesting man a little boy is watching; young boy's father is dead and he's got feels on old man as a substitute father. Boy asks old man to fight back, but result is so horrible, that boy has to give revenge for mobsters.
Comment: Story of Doug Moench is kind of average (unfortunately I have seen only Eerie version without two last pages!) and Corben's artwork does not show his talent but on interesting fourth page. There is in reprinted version in Eerie a replaced Uncle Eerie on first page (prob. it was originally Cousin Creepy by Corben).
Copyright © 1999 Heart-Attack-Series,
Created: August 29, 1999. Modified: February 18, 2017.