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    Graham Ingels Vault of Horror #19 Complete 7-page Story "Reunion" Original Art (EC, 1951). Loosely inspired by Ray Bradbury's yarn, "Skeleton," this horror tale of a love affair postponed must rank among the greatest of Ingels' fabled EC canon. "Ghastly's" spider web-thin ink lines outline a love tryst so chilling, so eerie, the original art must be admired in person to appreciate the full impact of his consummate artistry. Each page has an image area of 13" x 18". Panel three of page three has an art correction paste-up; otherwise, the art is in Excellent condition. Page 1 has been matted and framed to an overall size of 19" x 24".

    More information about Graham Ingels, also known as Ingels, Graham, .

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    August, 2009
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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