The Flying Coffins, art by Ruben Yandoc
'The Flying Coffins' (Weird War Tales #34, 1975).

Also known as Rubeny, Ruben Yandoc has worked on Filipino comics like 'Patapon', 'Kasaysayan ng Mga Anghel' at Kenkoy Komiks and '29' at Tagalog Klasiks during the 1950s and 1960s.

Third Eye, art by Ruben Yandoc (Weird Mystery #6, 1973)
'Third Eye' (Weird Mystery #6, 1973).

Yandoc was a regular artist for DC's mystery and war titles in the second half of the 1970s and early 1980s, including 'G.I. Combat', 'Ghosts', 'House of Mystery', 'House of Secrets', 'Sgt. Rock', 'The Unexpected' and 'Weird War Tales'. For a short time, he also drew Marvel's 'Scarecrow' and 'Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction' and for the Warren magazines Eerie, Creepy and 1994.

Death has Baby Blue Eyes, art by Ruben Yandoc (House of Secrest #151, 1978)
'Death has Baby Blue Eyes' (House of Secrets #151, 1978).
Kislap, by Ruben Yandoc
'Sawa', from Kislap Komiks. 

The Philippine Comics Art Museum

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