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Beware (1973) - #3
"Don't Ever Gyp a Gypsy"
Marvel


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  Penciller(s):
Al Luster
Joe Maneely
George Tuska

Inker(s):
Al Luster
Joe Maneely
George Tuska

Cover Artist(s):
Rich Buckler
Joe Sinnott
 

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Cover Date: July 1973
Cover Price: US $ 0.20

Issue Tagline: The Gypsy's Curse!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 20 pages

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Letters Column: None

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Reprints/Collects:
Adventures into Terror (1950) #27
Mystery Tales (1952) #14

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Reprinting FOUR mid-1950's Atlas Comics stories featuring the art of Joe Maneely, George Tuska and an Al Luster double-whammy.

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Originally presented in MYSTERY TALES #14 (August 1953).

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Originally presented in ADVENTURES INTO TERROR #27 (Jan. 1954).

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