*Horror 1940-1959: Don’t worry – ‘E’s ‘armless! The bizarre, but beautifully illustrated, Bill Everett cover to this issue has become notorious and highly sought-after because of its imagery – a gentleman apparently being strangled by his own disembodied arms while a ghoulish figure looks on. Even amongst the frequently wacko covers of the Atlas horror titles, this one is extraordinarily esoteric. The title of this story? ‘Sleep, My Love!’ Well, of course it is. This is a striking FN+ copy of a desirable item – deep unbroken black cover background, only very minor lower spine wear, vivid cover colour and gloss, firm staples, and off-white, flexible interior pages. An exceptional example of its vintage. FN+ £325.