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More Charlton fun, Though Cat in the Well portrayed the narrator as much more sinister than usual. I'm a bit surprised the animals weren't drawn as menacing or subtlety evil. The parrot looked a bit sinister, too bad the fish weren't labeled 'Piranha' to ad to the pet shop's malevolence.
Pat Boyette's art on Cat In The Wall was a bit more cartoony than usual, which is not a bad thing, but I agree with your comments. I always liked his work on more gothic style horror tales.