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Collects #7-12, 1953-54. Highly Recommended. By Basil Wolverton, Bernard Baily et al. Second and final volume, completing this very esoteric run from the obscure Key Publications. Here are panels used in Seduction of the Innocent “…she was a beautiful girl…with plenty to offer…”), another panel used in the Reader’s Digest anti-comics article, “excessive violence, gore and torture,” and “silhouetted nudity,” They broke all the taboos! PS Artbooks, 2014.

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Second and final volume, completing this very esoteric run from the obscure Key Publications. Here are panels used in Seduction of the Innocent”… she was a beautiful girl…with plenty to offer…”), another panel used in the Reader’s Digest anti-comics article, “excessive violence, gore and torture,” and “silhouetted nudity,” They broke all the taboos!

Featuring an essay by James Heath Lantz, this second volume has been meticulously compiled from the original source material and painstakingly digitally restored. Includes these additional artists: Tony Mortellaro, Vince Fodera, Sal Trapini, Eugene Hughes, Ed Robbins & Mike Esposito, and a bunch of unknowns! Plus every issue features a fine cover by the renowned DC veteran (turned gore-meister) Bernard Baily.

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