Ken W. Kelly (American, b. 1946). "Battle for the Red Planet" / 1975. Oil on board. For Warren Publishing's black and white comics anthology, CREEPY no. 73 (Aug. 1975). Cover blub reads: "Space ships! Robots! Aliens! Worlds flare...and die! Plague extinguishes 'The Last...See more

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