- AMAZON INSTANT VIDEO: "A LITTLE BODY OF WORK". See a high-quality digitized version for a buck ninety-nine. Good until you realize it was free when it aired...
- TALES FROM THE CRYPTKEEPER: GONE FISHING' AND A LITTLE BODY OF WORK, Buy the adorable children's book by Jane B. Mason (Author) and Erik Doescher (Illustrator); Publisher: Demco Media (May 1995). It's out of print, but copies are available for up to ONCE CENT on the open market. Valuable collector's item!.
- BEST HORROR MOVIES: Animation and Horror: Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Season One). "A Little Body of Work also functions as a quasi-cautionary tale, but it's got a serious flare to it. In fact, this story of two car-part jackers who run into a car with a life of its own is awfully reminiscent of John Carpenter's, Christine. It's dark, at times a little unsettling and strangely nostalgic. We'll call that a winner!"
- BIG CARTOON DATABASE. Cast and Crew for A Little Body Of Work.
- SATURDAY MORNINGS FOREVER. Tales From the Cryptkeeper's evolution from comic to adult horror to kiddie cartoon.
- BEHIND THE VOICE ACTORS: TALES FROM THE CRYPTKEEPER: Listing of credits, characters and voice actors for the series.
- VOICE CHASERS: TALES FROM THE CRYPTKEEPER: One of the leading online destinations for information related to voice acting. Its database includes voice actor profiles, headshots, demos, and voiceographies.
- THE HISTORY OF 'TALES FROM THE CRYPTKEEPER' (Oct 29, 2020): Secret Galaxy's history of the animated horror children's television series made by Canada-based Nelvana. It was based on the 1950s EC Comics series Tales from the Crypt and the live action television series Tales From The Crypt, which aired concurrently on HBO. Made for children, Tales from the Cryptkeeper was significantly milder than its live action version. There was also a mostly forgotten game show called "Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House" a toyline and a whole bunch of other merchandise.
- ENTERTAINING COMICS, more commonly known as EC Comics, was an American publisher of comic books specializing in horror fiction, crime fiction, satire, military fiction and science fiction from the 1940s through the mid-1950s, notably the Tales from the Crypt series. At right, EC publisher William Gaines poses with a friend, as depicted by "Death Wagon" artist Jack Davis.
- VAULT OF HORROR, VOL. 1, #24: "THE DEATH WAGON": From the EC Comics Wiki, covering comics publshed by the EC Comics and EC-related media.
- JACK DAVIS RESURRECTS THE CRYPT-KEEPER, by Lisa Hix, Collectors Weekly; October 24th, 2013 : "When iconic 'Mad Magazine' illustrator Jack Davis launched his career in the early 1950s, he made a name for himself drawing nightmarish images for EC Comics titles such as 'Tales From the Crypt.' Horror fans today still marvel at his towering and intricately detailed fiends--corrupt men with shadowy, crevassed faces; feral werewolves with saliva dripping from their fangs; hordes of slimy skeletal corpses that seem to reach out at you; and, of course, all those dismembered body parts strewn about the pages. But ask Davis today how he felt when he was creating these ghastly cartoons, and he reveals a side of himself that may disappoint hardcore gore groupies. 'Oh, I didn't particularly care for it,' the 88-year-old artist says. 'My wife didn't agree with it; she didn't like the horror bit at all. But I had to do it, so I did it. I got paid for it, and the editors liked it. Evidently, it had a lot of fans.'"
- CHILD PSYCHOLOGIST BRIAN NEWMARK, heck-ridin', porkchop-loving series consultant for Tales From the Cryptkeeper, who felt it was better to bore kids than to scare them.
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