Member Since 2006
|Artist(s):||Alan Kupperberg, All|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Splash Page|
|Added to Site:||12/27/2016|
Two page lot from the MONSTERPIECE THEATER story, “Beauty In The Eye Of The Beholder,” by Alan Kupperberg which was published in CRACKED Magazine. I am selling Pages 1 & 5, the first and last pages of the story.
Monsterpiece Theater was an ongoing feature in Cracked at the time, I don’t know what issue it appeared in but the first one published was in a 1993 Cracked Super Special. In a tale that appears like a wacky cross between EC Comics and the Twilight Zone, it is narrated by host Alistair Croak who says it is a bizarre tale that centers between a Hollywood star and romance. Check out the hilarious image of Lucy in the corner prying up John Wayne’s footprints!
A gorgeous gal and her boyfriend sit on the couch as the latter takers inventory of what he needs to watch the wrestling matches but his gal wants to watch a movie. He asks if she dropped a load on her brain as he quit his job so he could watch the matches! On the last page, both characters are revealed to be 100% fake. Fake abs, hair, everything! A bit creepy but hilarious as well!
Originals measure 14-1/4 x 19-1/4 and are in very good condition. The Monsterpiece Theater logo is pasted on, everything else is hand lettered. There is a little bit of scraping in the black area of the top margins, a little more so on the second page. Very minor and easily fixed with ink or marker.
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