GARY ARLINGTON EC'S, IN THE CLOSET SINCE 1971
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Just now, Bunky Brian said:

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Hello my friend! These are insane and beautiful swift rollout!

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Hi, taking my girl to her friends house, so will take a break here, back in a few starting with Tales Crypt.

Thanks you to those who have bought,

PLEASE SEND ME A PM WITH YOUR BUYS, SO I CAN KEEP TRACK AND MAYBE ADD TO THE PILE LATER, THANKS

BRI 

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26 minutes ago, Bunky Brian said:

CRIME PATROL #15
Grade: 3.0 GD/VG
Price: $1,200

DEC 1949; Cream to off white pages. If issue #17 of The Crypt of Terror launched the 'New Trend', the pre-launch occurred with this issue of the series when the name was still Crime Patrol. Herein is the introduction of the Crypt Keeper and the Crypt of Terror and our nightmares would never be the same! From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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27 minutes ago, Bunky Brian said:

CRIME PATROL #15
Grade: 3.0 GD/VG
Price: $1,200

DEC 1949; Cream to off white pages. If issue #17 of The Crypt of Terror launched the 'New Trend', the pre-launch occurred with this issue of the series when the name was still Crime Patrol. Herein is the introduction of the Crypt Keeper and the Crypt of Terror and our nightmares would never be the same! From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Just now, EC ed said:

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Thought about that last one too long :D. Nice one, retro!

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Just now, EC ed said:

Thought about that last one too long :D. Nice one, retro!

Was out and absolutely amazed it was still there. You grabbed several I would have snatched because you have a keen EC eye!

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Congrats Ed and Retro-of all the times for me to be playing with my dog....nice grabs guys!

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1 hour ago, Bunky Brian said:

INCREDIBLE SCIENCE FICTION #31
Grade: 4.5 VG +
Price: $150

SEP 1955; Williamson, Krenkel and Wally art. Light vertical crease center of front cover. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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:takeit:  I knew Gary really well.  I was one of his regular customers since 1971.  I was greatly saddened by his passing.

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1 hour ago, Bunky Brian said:

ACES HIGH #3
Grade: 6.0 FN
Price: $150

AUG 1955; Off white to white pages. A great George Evans WWI Zeppelin cover and interior art by classic EC artists Jack Davis, George Evans, Wally Wood and Bernard Krigstein. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Take it!  Zeppelins :luhv:

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Ok I'm back, you guys ready for more?

Also some of the listing only show a link, but if click, you will see the image,

Bri

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1 minute ago, Bunky Brian said:

Ok I'm back, you guys ready for more?

Also some of the listing only show a link, but if click, you will see the image,

Bri

Ready

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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #20
Grade: 4.5 VG +
Price: $900

OCT 1950; Cream to off white pages. Fomerly Crypt of Terror. This is the first issue of the premiere horror comic title ever published, and its influence has extended beyond comics, as there have been two movies and a TV series based on this title. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #22
Grade: 4.0 VG
Price: $300

FEB 1951; Cream to off white pages. In 'The Curse of the Arnold Clan,' expertly drawn by Johnny Craig, a fellow searching his attic for a Halloween costume finds out some very disturbing information about his family history. By the way, the costume party he attends has a little in-joke for EC fans, as one of the partygoers is dressed as EC's Pre-Trend superheroine, Moon Girl! This issue also has art by Feldstein, Graham Ingels, and Jack Kamen. The cover is by Feldstein. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Just now, Bunky Brian said:

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #20
Grade: 4.5 VG +
Price: $900

OCT 1950; Cream to off white pages. Fomerly Crypt of Terror. This is the first issue of the premiere horror comic title ever published, and its influence has extended beyond comics, as there have been two movies and a TV series based on this title. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Take

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1 minute ago, Bunky Brian said:

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #22
Grade: 4.0 VG
Price: $300

FEB 1951; Cream to off white pages. In 'The Curse of the Arnold Clan,' expertly drawn by Johnny Craig, a fellow searching his attic for a Halloween costume finds out some very disturbing information about his family history. By the way, the costume party he attends has a little in-joke for EC fans, as one of the partygoers is dressed as EC's Pre-Trend superheroine, Moon Girl! This issue also has art by Feldstein, Graham Ingels, and Jack Kamen. The cover is by Feldstein. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Take

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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #27
Grade: 4.5 VG +
Price: $300

DEC 1951; Cream to off white pages. Before Jack Davis began his long run as the cover artist for EC's most famous horror title, the great Wally Wood rendered the covers for issues #26 and 27. Joe Orlando, Graham Ingels, Jack Kamen, and Jack Davis provided the interior art. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #28
Grade: 4.5 VG +
Price: $300

FEB 1952 Cream to off white pages. Al Feldstein's buried alive cover is all the hook we needed to get interested in this book, but its just an appetizer for the corresponding story in the book, drawn by Jack Davis and featuring not just a twist, but a twist on a twist ... The issue also features the artwork of Joe Orlando, Jack Kamen, and Graham Ingels. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #31
Grade: 6.5 FN +
Price: $400

AUG 1952; Off white to white pages. This issue features the first artwork Al Williamson did for EC (though another story was published first). The immensely talented Williamson quickly took his place among the company's regulars, and speaking of the EC staff, Bill Gaines and crew make an almost Mad-like appearance in a humorous tale drawn by Jack Kamen (and starring Kamen as the main character!). The issue also features the artwork of Jack Davis and Graham Ingels. Images from the issue were used in the book Parade of Pleasure From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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TALES FROM THE CRYPT #32
Grade: 6.0 FN
Price: $400

OCT 1952; Off white to white pages. Jack Davis cover and art. George Evans, Fred Peters, and Graham Ingels art. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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Just now, Bunky Brian said:

TALES FROM THE CRYPT #32
Grade: 6.0 FN
Price: $400

OCT 1952; Off white to white pages. Jack Davis cover and art. George Evans, Fred Peters, and Graham Ingels art. From the Gary Arlington collection, known for bright colors and supple pages. COA included.


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