Every night in October, I will be showcasing something horror-related, be it a scary story, video, comic, urban legend, or creepypasta.
Tonight, I decided to start off the month with something tame. But mark my words: from here on out, everything becomes much more frightful.
Before they had their television show, the Addams Family appeared in the New Yorker as cartoons drawn by Charles Addams. Since then, they have appeared in television, movies, and even a musical.
Prior to his death, Addams had stipulated in his will that his cartoons not appear on the internet, though that hasn't stopped people from uploading them onto the net.
Here are just a few of his famous cartoons (along with my ever-witty commentary):
I know I'm not the only one who prefers stormy days to sunny days like the Addams.
So that's where Pugsley got his pet octopus in the show!
If you think this is shocking, it gets worse: he buys the generic brand!
That's impressive, but not as impressive as making shadow puppets with hooves?
If this is how they handle annoying carolers, you have to shudder wondering how they handle annoying telemarketers?
Pugsley and Wednesday demonstrate the proper way to play with a Bratz or Monsters High doll.
Thing proves why it's never a good idea to use a mushroom power-up while at the subway.
You have to wonder why Wednesday and Pugsley would need a babysitter when they have Uncle Fester, Grandmama Addams, Lurch, and Thing.
I'll give them this much: those cookies probably taste far better than the store-bought ones!
These kids probably never read that sharks are salt-water and don't normally swim in rivers.
Uncle Fester's appropriate reaction to Bella Swann's death in Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Double the heads, double the pork.
'Twas the nightmare before Christmas and all through the house
Not a creature was peaceful, not even a mouse.
The stockings, all hung by the chimney with care,
When opened that morning would cause such a scare!
The children nestled all snug in their beds,
Would have nightmares of monsters and skeleton heads.
Pugsley and Wednesday get their revenge on Santa for giving them coal last Christmas.
I love the Addams family, though I much prefer the 60s TV series to the movies & comics.
I grew up with the cartoon, and I actually thought it was better than the movies and the original television show.
I adore dark, rainy days ^-^ The sound of rain is like a peaceful melody.
You see the Nostalgia Chick review of the movies?