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Check out this very nice LARGE ART 1950 EC HORROR cover, which was penciled and inked by the great Johnny Craig, from the story titled: "Voodoo Vengeance!" This nice cover was only the 3rd "New Trend" horror cover by EC and is from the story where Caleb notices an antique shop he had never seen before....so he drops in to get something for his wife Sally, The weird proprietor tries to interest him in a voodoo doll, but Caleb refuses....but the owner insists that if he ever wants to kill someone, that he should get a voodoo doll from him. Shaken, Caleb arrives home only to find Sally in the arms of another man, and both are scheming to get his money.....so Caleb returns to the antique shop and the owner makes a doll in the image of Sally for him. After paying for the doll and being told that whatever happens to the doll will happen to Sally, he takes the doll home. When Sally goes into another room, Caleb takes the doll and pokes it a few times with a pin....and he hears screams from the other room, so he knows what the shop keeper told him is true. Later, Sally tells her husband that she is going to see an old girlfriend, but he knows where she is going....So he grabs the doll by the head and breaks its leg....and the same happens to Sally. After her recovery, Caleb confronts Sally about her lover, and a fight takes place. In her rage, Sally grabs the doll and throws it at Caleb....he ducks and it smashes into the fireplace. And what of Sally? Well, Caleb can only gasp in horror when he turns and looks at her body going up in flames! The bottom right corner has a small crease in it. Just a great 1950 EC HORROR cover! Compare this nice cover art to the published comic book in the red link above! ALL art on our website (including this one) are able to be purchased with VERY fair time payments, and trades are always considered towards "ANY" art on our website! Just send us an email to email@example.com and we can try to work something out.