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    Unknown Artist - Original Art for Chamber of Chills #12, Complete 6-page Story, "The Bride of the Crab" (Harvey, 1953). She got what she wanted, but didn't know the price she'd have to pay. Below her, in the thick slime of a strange undersea world, they lurked... watching and waiting for her! This natatory nightmare about a gold digger and her doomed fiancee, whose family has a clammy curse, is drawn by an unidentified Harvey artist. The linework is crisp and catchy, with rich shadows and lots of detail. The overall page size is 15" x 22" with a 12" x 18" image area. Although almost forty years old, the pages are well-kept, showing only a minimal amount of aging and the inks are still very clean.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2003
    18th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
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