The later issues of Terror Tales, and all other Eerie comics publications, rehashed stories and elements from earlier covers to save money. In this issue, Pool of Horror is reprinted, though I forget from which issue, but hey, enjoy the wonderful black and white art and the usual tropes of political incorrectness (ah, the 1970s), and revel at monsters not caring a wit about it, of course. One story, The Day Man Died, is par for the course of 1960s and 1970s angst about the future, where robots would do all the work. leaving man to idle away his time in endless fun stuff. Seems the writers of these stories forgot the most important thing: You need to buy a robot first, and lord knows how much that will cost. So maybe the story title should have been The Day Those Who Could Afford the Luxury of a Robot Died.
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