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The Terror of a Tatooed Man

Yes, I know the word "tattoo" has 3 T's in it, but that didn't stop the still amazingly talented, Lou Cameron from illustrating and delivering what it pretty much the best and most gruesome story in the April 1952 issue of Mysterious Adventures #7. Seriously, this tale is full of awesome WTF. Looking forward to the comments on this one! :) More from this crazy issue up next too!Speaking of
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