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Original Published Cover Art.
Mundo De Sombras #43
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Graifica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Mundo De Sombras #43
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Graifica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Original Published Cover Art from our Legacy Collection.
Gato Preto #3
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Gráfica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Almanaque Terror
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1960

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MEDO
Seleções Em Quadrinhos #4
O Fantasma Vingador
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Chiodi Oliveira, Brazil 1954


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MEDO
WEIRD TALES #115
Artist: LB. Cole
Published by Chiodi Gráfica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1954

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MEDO
Seleções Em Quadrinhos
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Chiodi Oliveira, Brazil 1954

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MEDO #10
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Chiodi, Brazil 1954

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If you want to learn about these incredible Terror artists and many more from around the world!

For those who do not know our family's International collection. The patriarch of our family is one of the most experienced foreign comic collectors in the world.

Here is a photo of our display at one of the worlds largest comic con's in Sao Paulo, Brazil CCXP

Including some of our original published art and vintage comic collection from across the globe.

If you would like to see more of our families Legacy collection click on this link.

There you can discover 1,000's of photos from our photo catalogue and many of the worlds greatest Terror creators.

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One thing that strikes me is the different approach to the colour palette. US comics tend to focus on brighter colours, even in horror comics, but these books have a more subdued palette that uses a great deal of green in an olive shade or thereabouts. The difference in colouration really lends to a more effective atmosphere of tension and suspense, IMHO.
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One thing that strikes me is the different approach to the colour palette. US comics tend to focus on brighter colours, even in horror comics, but these books have a more subdued palette that uses a great deal of green in an olive shade or thereabouts. The difference in colouration really lends to a more effective atmosphere of tension and suspense, IMHO.


Agreed,

Brazil especially in the Dawn of their own Terror were creating Brazilian originals!

These creators were revolutionary and created a historic legacy in the Horror Genre...

Jayme Cortez and Miguel Penteado were traditionally trained from the old world.

Their styles and color pallet's are extra-ordinarily unique and their influence on those who followed was distinctive ...

Such as other Master artisans Eugene Colonesse, Nico Rosso, and Julio Shimamoto
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Original Published Art
The MUMMY (MÚMIA)
Artist: Sergio Lima
Published by GEP, Brazil 1968

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o Terror Negro #60
Artist: Sérgio Lima
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1955


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Contos de Terror #32
Artist: Sérgio Lima
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1956

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Contos De Terror #105
Artist: ZeZo
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1963

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Contos De Terror #79
Artist: José Rivelli Neto - ZeZo
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1960
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Contos De Terror #78
Artist: José Rivelli Neto - (Zezo)
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1960

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Original Published Cover art and vintage comic.
Clássicos de Terror #15
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by Outubro, Brazil 1961
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Clássicos de Terror #15
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by Outubro, Brazil 1961

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o Terror Negro #76
Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1955

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Those matador skellies are AMAZING!!!
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It would be great to get these covers archived in the Grand Comics Database. I'm sure Komic-Kazi if you gave them permission they would download your wealth of awesome covers for documenting these important works in comic history...

The difficult part is filling out the author/artist credit information, but I'm guessing you might have a great list for that too.

https://www.comics.org/

Thanks again sooo much for sharing! Big eye opener for all of us TO Crypt/Creepshow/Eerie/Creeps/Creepy junkies here in the US! Wow! Outstanding...!
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I think it would be great to document those books! They're too good not to share. It would also help raise awareness for original comics from non-English speaking countries.
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It would be great to get these covers archived in the Grand Comics Database. I'm sure Komic-Kazi if you gave them permission they would download your wealth of awesome covers for documenting these important works in comic history...

The difficult part is filling out the author/artist credit information, but I'm guessing you might have a great list for that too.

https://www.comics.org/

Thanks again sooo much for sharing! Big eye opener for all of us TO Crypt/Creepshow/Eerie/Creeps/Creepy junkies here in the US! Wow! Outstanding...!


I am a huge contributor to GCD and we have uploaded over 1k editions to there website even more than that.

We currently have 13,602 IMP's and have a world wide ranking of 242.

Sharing everything on Flickr, IG, FB and GCD, as well as the national website of Brazil were we are one of the largest GA contributors is a full time job.

Our family spends well over two hours a day sharing materials, that is why we have over 18 Million views just on Flickr alone. I am sure with IG and FB its triple that total.
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@KomicKazi
That is fantastic. I really appreciate being able to see these books. Thank you for all the hard work!!
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o Terror Negro #2
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1951
The very first published edition by the Grand Master of Terror

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Almanaque de o Terror Negro
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1954

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o Terror Negro #66
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1953
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o Terror Negro #52
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1953
This is a friends copy.
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Album Contos de Terror
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1956

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