Piracy (comic)

Piracy (comic)

title = Piracy

caption = Cover illustration by Bernard Krigstein
schedule = Bi-monthly
format = Anthology
publisher = EC Comics
date = October/November 1954 - October/November 1955
issues = 7
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artists = Wally Wood
Reed Crandall
Bernard Krigstein
George Evans
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"Piracy" is an EC Comics title published in the early 1950s. The bi-monthly comic book, published by Bill Gaines and edited by Al Feldstein, began with an issue cover-dated October-November, 1954. It ran for seven issues, ending with the October-November, 1955 issue.

Front covers were by Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Bernard Krigstein and George Evans. The stories of adventure on the high seas were illustrated by Wood, Crandall, Krigstein, Jack Davis, Al Williamson, Graham Ingels and Angelo Torres.

Piracy was reprinted as part of Russ Cochran's Complete EC Library.

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