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Great artwork, great stories, a Charlton Gem to treasure.In "The Last Voyage Of The Nightingale" the Ghostly Captain was well drawn, a misty body and a skull like face, the lack of eyes or eyes that looked like the empty sockets of a skull was the macabre touch to complete the picture of an eerie seafaring spirit. The fisherman in the story, Carl Doran, did look a bit like the skipper from Gilligan's Island. I wonder if any other reader of Dr. Graves spotted that.
The Art By Don Perlin Was Very Nice On "The Last Voyage Of The Nightingale" maybe one of his best Charlton tales. Really loved the Jim Aparo story too and the always great Steve Ditko!