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Click to see a scan of this book ADVENTURES INTO TERROR #5
Grade: 4.5 VG + 
Price: $250

AUG 1951; Gene Colan, Paul Reinman, Don Rico, and Russ Heath art. Basil Wolverton cover panel. Atomic Bomb story.
       

Click to see a scan of this book AL WILLIAMSON ORIGINAL ART #5
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $25,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. The size is approximately 10.00 inches x 14.00 inches. The published comic is here. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

Click to see a scan of this book CRIME SUSPENSTORIES #17
Grade: 8.0 VF 
Price: $500

JUN 1953. Frazetta art. App 8.0; color touch middle spine, glue lower staple
       

Click to see a scan of this book DARK MYSTERIES #5
Grade: 5.0 VG/FN 
Price: $500

FEB 1952; Two skeletons and an octopus, now that's a cover!
       

Click to see a scan of this book FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND #1
Grade: 5.5 FN - CGC Certified
Price: $1,300

FEB 1958; Published by James Warren and edited by Forrest J Ackerman, Famous Monsters of Filmland is a hugely influential movie magazine with an infectious love for horror, science fiction, and fantasy. The cover features a photo of publisher Jim Warren in a Frankenstein Monster mask standing next to Marion Moore, his blonde-haired girlfriend.
     
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Click to see a scan of this book GEORGE EVANS ORIGINAL ART #1
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $30,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. Approximately 13.5 inches x 19.25 inches in size. The published comic is here. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

Click to see a scan of this book GEORGE EVANS ORIGINAL ART #1
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $25,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. Glade Runner. Approximately 13.5 inches x 19.25 inches in size. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

Click to see a scan of this book GEORGE EVANS ORIGINAL ART #1
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $25,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. Gold Mine Boo-Nanza. Approximately 13.5 inches x 19.25 inches in size. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

Click to see a scan of this book GEORGE EVANS ORIGINAL ART #1
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $25,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. I'm the Moon...Man. Approximately 13.5 inches x 19.25 inches in size. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

Click to see a scan of this book GEORGE EVANS ORIGINAL ART #1
Grade: 9.0 VF/NM 
Price: $25,000

In the 1990's; Cryptic Entertainment was born as a small independent publisher. The original art you see was either used in the first series title 'Tomb Tales' or scheduled to be used in the upcoming titles that never made it to print. That's a Moray. Approximately 13.5 inches x 19.25 inches in size. For the entire Cryptic Entertainment story, click here.
       

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