#1876615 - 08/31/0709:07 AMRe: What are your all-time favorite Neal Adams Covers?
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That Phantom Stranger is a great cover I love all the covers in the early bronze That had a Gothic Romance flavor. Usually had a woman wearing a flowing nightgown being chased out of a castle or as this one shows holding a candle investigating...something. I think Adams did a few of the Phantom strangers. Off topic that is a great series to collect not too many and still affordable.
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