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(A) Various, Alex Toth, Murphy Anderson
We have all FIVE issues as 'CHASER COVER' variants for you to collect of WEIRD THRILLERS                                                          
from Ziff Davis featuring the sublime painted covers by Allen Anderson and Norman Saunders.                                                                                                                    
Available for the very first time in our handy SOFTEE format! But limited stock availability!                                                                                                                      
Packed full with work from the likes of  Dan Barry, Ross Andru, John Prentice, Bob Powell, Pete Morisi,                                                            Alex Toth, Henry Sharp, Murphy Anderson, Gene Colan, George Tuska, Carmine Infantino,                                                                                                                      
George Roussos, Ray Willner, Sol Brodsky and Frank Giacoia.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Just take a look at those covers! You better get your money ready, they'll be going fast. . .                                                          
wonder which one will you get?                                                          
ZIFF-DAVIS - WEIRD THRILLERS VOL 1: ISSUE #1 - #5 September/October 1951 to October/November 1952
In Shops: Jun 29, 2022
SRP: $29.99
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