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Tales of the Zombie #6 Pin-Up by Pablo Marcos
For me Pablo is THE Tales of the Zombie artist. Love his inkwash on the series. Zombie (Simon Garth) facing off against Layla.

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Marvel Spotlight #7 page 15 by Mike Ploog and Frank Chiaramonte
This is from the 3rd appearance of the Ghost Rider, by its co-creator. 

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Deadworld (1988) #19 - Emergency Only by Vincent Locke 

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Faust #6 cover (German reprint) by Tim Vigil

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Satana from Haunt of Horror #2-  Check out my CAF for one of the larger collections of Marvel Magazine Horror art- Vampire Tales, Marvel Preview, Haunt of Horror, Dracula Lives, TOD Magazine, Monsters Unleashed, etc. with Satana, Lilith, Morbius, Dracula, Gabriel Devil Hunter, etc.

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7 hours ago, mister_not_so_nice said:

This page has been in my collection longer than any other (my very 1st OA page). It definitely is one of my favorites. 

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I’ll say it again, that’s a heck of a first.

Of course there is such a thing as too much of a good thing... but certainly don’t let that get in the way. Tell us what you really like!  :)

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Large pencil conceptual drawing for the 1964 William Castle movie, THE NIGHT WALKER by Reynold Brown. Interestingly, for the Demon at centre, the resulting movie poster campaigns added a pair of underpants for him to wear (no self-respecting demon should be seen in public without them) and all the surrounding monster-types got censored-out of the printed poster. The artwork actually forms the basis of the movie's introductory title sequence

I don't own the painting or printed movie poster, just the concept drawing.

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