As a young collector in the 1970's and 80's my staples of comic reading was war, western and of course the DC horror comics! One of the best of the DC titles was the 'Witching Hour'.
'The Witching Hour' was an anthology comic that featured some of the best creators in the industry including ER Cruz, Fred Carrillo, Luis Dominguez, George Kashdan to name but a few. These creators would also work on the other DC horror books as well as back up stories in the war line.
Each comic would be introduced by one of the three witches; Morded, Mildred and the beautiful Cynthia. The stories (usually three) in the book were unrelated from each other and led of by one of the witches who would help set up what we were about to read.
'The Witching Hour' lasted 85 issues (a pretty healthy run) and was cancelled following the 'DC Implosion' of 1978. Those not familiar with that event, it was when DC cancelled over 20 titles and laid off staff as a result of the nationwide recession and poor comic book sales. The three witches ended up in the DC series 'the Unexpected' until that book was cancelled a few years later.
The title has been revived here and there thru DC's Veritgo imprint and the first 19 issues were collected in a DC Showcase collection.
Probably the most underrated of the DC horror comics, The 'Witching Hour' certainly holds a special place for me and back issues can be found relatively cheap.
The cover above, my favorite of the series (issue # 52 from March 1975) is drawn by the late Nick Cardy.