Eerie, published 17 issues between 1951 and 1954. Each issue featured 4-5 horror stories in typical anthology fashion, although some issues deviated from this format (e.g., #12, which is almost exclusively dedicated to an adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula). But mostly, we find ordinary folks facing off against all sorts of ghouls, werewolves, monsters, phantoms, zombies, devils and magic.
Avon published a one-shot book with the same name in 1947. That book is the "grandfather" of the horror comics genre, which in no small part eventually led to the adoption of the Comics Code. A couple stories were eventually reprinted in the ongoing series, including "The Subway Horror" (found in issue #1 1951). Copies of the 1947 Eerie #1 are scarce and now fetch around $3,000.
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