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    Weird Science-Fantasy #29 (EC, 1955) CGC VF 8.0 Off-white to white pages. So much to say about this final pre-Code book of the series! The classic cover by Frank Frazetta was originally slated to be used as a Buck Rogers cover on Famous Funnies. However, the piece was rejected due to its overt violence. EC gained the rights to the art and inserted the nameless blond fellow in place of Buck. The book hosts a new logo, and there's art from many comic greats such as Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Roy Krenkel, Joe Orlando, and Reed Crandall. Overstreet 2006 VF 8.0 value = $550. CGC census 8/06: 3 in 8.0, 10 higher.From the John McLaughlin Collection.

    View the certification for CGC Certification ID 0754643001 and purchase grader's notes if available.


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    September, 2006
    8th-9th Friday-Saturday
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