Terror Tales was the name of two American publications: a pulp magazine of the weird menace genre of the 1930s, and a horror comic in the 1960s and 1970s. Terror Tales was originally published by Popular Publications. The first issue was published in September 1934. One of the most successful horror magazines, it was joined shortly afterwards (1935) with its sister horror pulp, Horror Stories, also from the same publisher. Rudolph Belarski provided several covers for the magazine. Terror Tales ceased publication in March 1941.
A later publication also called Terror Tales was a black-and-white horror comics magazine published by Eerie Publications. There were 46 issues, from March 1969 to January 1979.
Terror Tales followed many of the conventions of the horror comic genres, such as the use of scantily-clad damsel in distress covers. Those interested in this genre and artwork be sure to visit my collection via Bondage Art. For the artworks seen below I had not stored the artist name.