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    Classic Comics #13 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Original Edition - Davis Crippen ("D" Copy) pedigree (Gilberton, 1943) CGC VF 8.0 Cream to off-white pages. This is the first horror comic book according to some! And this would be a must-buy based on that alone, but it also benefits from being included in Seduction of the Innocent -- Fredric Wertham's take on these adaptations of classics was "What the comic books of 'classics' and 'famous authors' do shows our disregard for literature or for children or for both." This "D" copy boasts very impressive cover colors. This copy is HRN 12, the Original Edition. Overstreet 2006 VF 8.0 value = $763. CGC census 10/06: 3 in 8.0, none higher. From the Crippen Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2006
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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