Halloween is a cat and mouse and bat and Jack&#39;o&#39;lantern game at Jacquie Lawson—a frightening game, of course. The other fantastically drawn, animated and melodized cards are even spookier...Cat and pumpkin have ghastly ghostly friends at Ojolie, and they all let you send marvelously done Halloween greetings.<p>Look closely! Your e-card&#39;s recipients will want to as well, for the stunning Punchbowl cards closely match a paper greeting&#39;s look and value.</p>No cruel cards at AmericanGreetings.com, but paying members can select from a large collection of high quality Halloween greetings, from funny cards to Halloween invitations, and more.A sheer endless supply of gorgeous and old Halloween greeting cards awaits at CardCow.com.<p>JustWink offers graphically and typographically convincing cards, for both virtual trick-or-treating and retreating from the scary world to your lover&#39;s embrace (and both, of course).</p><p>Words can pierce and cartoonish drawings can terrify: send some proof with Someecards&#39; wonderfully sarcastic (and comfortingly amusing) Halloween greetings.</p>From apple bobbing over the mirror game to a children&#39;s dreadful fright, Antique Halloween E-Cards brings all the glory, fun and magnificence of vintage Halloween cards to any email inbox.If all the ready-made cards are not right for you and certainly not right for your friends, you can carve your own Halloween pumpkin, funny or frightening, at Bloompetals and send it via email.From an era gone by, these motives from Victorian Halloween greeting cards will jump right into your heart — and into the hearts of those to whom you send email greetings using them.They&#39;re sweet, smiling and zappy, the cards and characters at Katie&#39;s. Don&#39;t let that deceive you, however. It&#39;s still Halloween, however beautiful and charming the greetings may be.<p>BlackDog has something that&#39;s not particularly scary or frightening but rather un-Halloweenish nice and lovely: extremely cute Vintage Halloween postcards (as well as <a href="http://blackdog.net/postcards/holiday/halloween/ac.html" data-type="externalLink" rel="nofollow" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-ordinal="1">more cartoonish Halloween greetings</a>).</p><p>The illustrious history of Halloween cards makes for marvelous greetings you can send from TIAS.com.</p>It&#39;s horrible, awful and out of control: Halloween at JibJab is not only scary but also funny — in a scaring manner. You can even put your own face in the cards for that little, well, extra.<p>Turn off the light, turn on the screen, and have some fun for Halloween. Kisseo&#39;s collection is small but includes some sweet offerings. </p>Spooky-boo and Horror-ween! It&#39;s not only words that bend at VerveCards, of course: colors, images, messages and fun follow suit for enticing Halloween greetings.While a frog tries to hypnotize you out of Halloween, indulge deep into great and diverse Halloween greeting designs from Leanin&#39; Tree.<p>Book illustrations—a skeleton band, say, or monstrous plants—make for elegantly scare Halloween greetings at Usborne.</p><p>When the pumpkins and cats scare the people and bats, the chickens from rubber send e-cards that shudder.</p>Put festive and spooky and colorful and scary and digital Halloween art on your desktop — or in an email, and send it to a friend.Only paid members can send Halloween cards from Blue Mountain, but the big selection of wonderful greeting cards is well worth paying for. Take a look, at least.Zombies, skulls and other frightening characters. It&#39;s really not a pretty Halloween at Hallmark.com, but a good one.You can do more than send a nicely done, slightly scare and overall great Halloween e-card from GroupCard: you can also invite friends to sign it, or have the greeting delivered as an actual, physical card.Three-dimensional ghosts scare three-dimensional people, but it&#39;s not all doom and gloom at GreetingSpring for Halloween.Send scares like it&#39;s 1999: from the original e-cards.com, simple, charming and scary Halloween e-cards.A scary number of the 1001 postcards are great (and often animated) Halloween greeting cards.Should Halloween cards be nice? Should Halloween cards be cute? Should Halloween cards be beautiful? Should they, in sum, be harmless? No. BirthdaAlarm.com&#39;s Halloween greetings are all the right scary creepy shocking things.Regarding Halloween... how about some spooky, spooky greetings? How about some Happy Halloween wishes? Regards.com has a big collection of images and animations to select from.Great Halloween email greeting cards with an environmental conscience. Part of Care2&#39;s revenue is donated to environmental organizations.An all-around assault of spookiness awaits at atmgreetings.com (but you and your recipients can have some pumpkin fun, too).<p>Shockingly horrible and daringly garish, the cards you can send for Halloween from Doozycards.com are just what recipients might expect.</p>There&#39;s quite a bit of fun in Halloween at MyFunCards.They&#39;re scary, but in a friendly manner; they&#39;re ugly, but in a pleasing way: the Halloween e-cards from HiGreetings.com.Don&#39;t be shy... reveal your deepest, darkest feelings with Halloween cards from Deepestfeelings.com. Of course, there are also cards for the lighter, funnier side of Halloween.