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Ace
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Jim McLaughlin pencils; image size 11" x 16"
Jim McLaughlin was one of the many unsung talents that labored away on comic books to little fanfare during his career, but as can be seen on this striking cover to Baffling Mysteries #13, McLaughlin was a gifted professional, with a sure hand and great eye for design and framing. Comic art from the Golden Age is difficult to come by, and fans of pre-code horror books love to acquire these campy, spooky rarities. It is satisfying that the workaday artists from the Golden Age are being rediscovered and given their due respect through the comic art collecting hobby.
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Ace
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Unknown Artist; image size 10.5" x 15.75"
When hero comics took a nose dive in the post WWII era, genre comics stepped in to fill the void, romance, western and war books were all incredibly popular, but horror comics were in a class all their own, the shocking subject matter and memorable cover designs have made horror books a lasting focus of a loyal and intense collecting community. Although the name of the artist who rendered the cover for Baffling Mysteries #23 is unknown, what is quite obvious is the incredible talent this person wielded, the creepy, face-swapping hag scenario was bound to entice curious readers to want to see what other terrors resided inside this book's pages. Unlike today, comic artists worked in relative obscurity in the Golden Age, and some of their amazing contributions have survived the years to become desirable collectibles for a devoted fan base.
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Warren
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Pg. 15; Tony Tallarico as Williamsune pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"In the Subway"
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Warren
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Pg. 17; Tony Tallarico as Williamsune pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"In the Subway"
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Warren
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Pg. 18; Tony Tallarico as Williamsune pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"In the Subway"
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Warren
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Pg. 19; Tony Tallarico as Williamsune pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"In the Subway"
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Warren
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Pg. 20; Tony Tallarico as Williamsune pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"In the Subway"
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Marvel
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Unknown Artist pencils, inks attributed to Mike Esposito and John Romita; stat from Tomb of Dracula #61 affixed to art; image size 10" x 15"
"Full Moon Rise -- Werewolf Kill!"
There is a bit of mystery surrounding this cover, as the penciler's identity is yet to be identified, what is obvious however, is the quality of this piece. Created for the UK comic Dracula Lives, which featured many of the same stories from the US title Tomb of Dracula, but had cover art created solely for the British market. The cover has a stat from Tomb of Dracula #61 affixed to it, which gives the piece a finished look. The experts at ComicConnect have attributed the inks to Mike Esposito and John Romita, perhaps the name of the penciler who created this 70's horror cover will become known in time, and the owner may be pleasantly surprised to find its value going up. Regardless of who the artist is, this is still a great Bronze Age Dracula cover, and a cool piece of Marvel horror history.
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DC
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Pg. 34; Tony DeZuniga pencils and inks; 10" x 14.75"
"Galleon of Death"
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DC
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Pg. 35; Tony DeZuniga pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"Galleon of Death"
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Ace
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art attributed to Jim McLaughlin; image size 9.75" x 15.5"
Pre-code horror comics were all the rage in the late 40s and early 50s, and, although EC Comics gets the lion's share of the credit for popularizing this genre, plenty of other publishing houses were keen to get in on the action, and Ace Comics were one of the publishers that put out horror content that gave EC a run for their money. This cover, from The Hand of Fate #20 is attributed to Ace staff artist Jim McLaughlin, who was a talented professional artist with a good sense of composition and an abundance of skill. This eerie elephant cover was just the sort of eye candy that kept young readers running to their local drug stores to get a fix of spooky thrills. Pre-code horror art has always been popular amongst collectors, and these sinister little gems are a solid investment, plus they are the perfect conversation piece to hang on your wall or show off in your collection.
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Comic Media
VF: 8.0
Pg. 30; Unknown Artist; 12.25" x 18"
"The Vengeful Corpse"
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Comic Media
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Pg. 31; Unknown Artist; 12.25" x 18"
"The Vengeful Corpse"
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VF: 8.0
unpublished art; Kurt Schaffenberger pencils and inks; standard "Out of the Night" logo affixed for presentation purposes; image size 10.5" x 16"
Kurt Schaffenberger was primarily known for his work on the Captain Marvel family for DC early on in has career, and also for his contributions to Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane in the Silver Age, but he underwent a journeyman period after the war where he worked for many of the B-level publishers during the hero drought, including EC, Gilbertson and Premier. This wonderful piece of pre-code horror art was created for ACG, who were known for their horror titles, as well as the trifecta of the post-war period, crime, romance and funny animal comics. This stunning cover is unpublished, making it doubly desireable, finding pre-code rarities like this one is a difficult task, as most covers of the era have long gone missing, and to find a special piece like this one, which has not been published to the public, is quite a thrill. Schaffenberger's assured hand and impeccable eye for design is evident on the crab legs of the creatures emerging from the manhole, as well as on the faces of the terrified onlookers. Surely fans of pre-code horror will be biding their time waiting to bid on this unearthed treasure. The "Out of the Night" logo has been affixed to the art for presentation purposes.
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DC
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Pg. 15; Tenny Henson pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
Hide and Seek
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DC
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Pg. 5; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"; unpublished art
"The Man Who Wouldn't Die"
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Malibu Comics
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Pg. 20; Aaron LoPresti pencils and signed, Gary Martin inks; 10" x 15.25"
Because They Pay Me
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Marvel
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Pg. 39; Dick Giordano pencils, inks and signed; image size 10.75" x 15.75"
Dick Giordano and Roy Thomas adapted Bram Stoker's Dracula for an intended B&W magazine in the mid-70s which never came to fruition as Marvel stopped publishing many of their large format books around that time. The project was finally completed and published in 2004 in a hardcover volume, and later again a color version was released. This page is from the third "book" of that story, which shows Dracula being interrupted while feeding his blood and subsequently confronted by Van Helsing and crew. One can see Giordano's 70's style meshed with his more mature flourishes on this page, and his use of light and shadow really give the panels a sense of contrast and mood. Many claim that this is the best adaptation of the Dracula legend into comic form, and due to its interesting history, and the involvement of two legends in the industry, we expect there to be some excitement generated around this page by horror comic fans.
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Toby Press
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Pg. 10; Mo Marcus pencils, Rocky Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"
"Hand of Fate"
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Marvel
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Pg. 1; Jack Kirby pencils and signed, Dick Ayers inks and signed; image size 12.5" x 18.75"
"I Created...Sporr! The Thing That Could Not Die!"

There are few things cooler in the world of comic collecting than to own an original page of Jack Kirby art, especially pieces that predate the Silver Age Marvel explosion. The kooky monster stories that populated the pages of Tales of Suspense are some of the most-entertaining Kirby illustrations. With the ridiculous names, and overly dramatic prose, it's quite obvious that these are the seeds that would soon grow into the Marvel Age, and this splash featuring the gelatinous amoeba Sporr is simply campy Kirby brilliance.

Before the superhero resurgence of the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee labored away at these gems of sci-fi-tinged horror, informed by the popularity of Atom Age potboilers and giant insect B-movies, the duo began to hone their style and develop the partnership that would soon bloom into fruition with the Fantastic Four, Avengers, and a slew of other characters that are only growing in stature to modern day fans. Kirby splash pages are not easy to find on the open market and are always the subject of heated competition at auction. This is a real treasure from the period when Lee and Kirby stood on the precipice of a brave new world, one that would make any true believer proud to place in their comic art collection.
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Marvel
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Pg. 2; Jack Kirby pencils, Dick Ayers inks; image size 12.75" x 18.75"
There is nothing like classic Jack Kirby art, his style is instantly recognizable, the way he draws a face, the weight of his line, and his eye for composition, they are all the hallmarks of a true genius. Take for example this page from Tales of Suspense #11, each panel is a miniature masterpiece, Kirby may have been a bit chaotic in his early days but by the early 60s, he had worked all of the kinks out of his style. From the horse-drawn carriage to the overhead shot of the two men in the courtyard, and the masterful use of light and dark in the final panel, everything is in its place and it all comes together to create one heck of a Kirby page, from the time just before he and Stan Lee stumbled upon the formula that would rocket Marvel to the top of the heap in the Silver Age. Gaze upon this page in awe true believers, and witness the beauty of a master at work.
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DC
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Pg. 1; Jim Janes pencils, Maurice Whitman inks; 10" x 15"; unpublished
"Kids Served Free in Burgerland"
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DC
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Pg. 3; Jim Janes pencils, Maurice Whitman inks; 10" x 15"; unpublished
"Kids Served Free in Burgerland"
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Standard
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Pg. 11; Mike Roy pencils and inks; 12" x 18"
"Scream in the Night"
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DC
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Pg. 25; Ruben Yandoc pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"Blood Moon"
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