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Frank Frazetta republished this painting, with slight revisions, as a poster titled “Egyptian Queen.” The face of the woman is different in the poster. In an interview in The Comics Journal #174 (February 1995), reprinted on the magazine's website, Frazetta said, "I’ll never forget, the 'Egyptian Queen.' I got that whole painting done, in about a day and a half, and I looked at it. It was done as far as I was concerned. Then I looked at her face, and I didn’t like it [...] so I finally just settled for any face, and brought it in, and they printed it that way, and then I forgot about it. So, a couple of months later I get it back; now I was fresh again. And I just looked at it and 'Pow!' I whacked in the face you see in all the prints."
illustrated with art from pages 6, 13, 17, 22, 24, 31, 45, and 46 of issue
story inspired by Frank Frazetta cover painting
adaptation of Ambrose Bierce short story
contains two short text stories; an essay about a fan writing contest second place winner; pencilled fan art; B&W photo of writing contest winner
adaptation of fan writing contest second place winning story