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    If anyone knows who the artist is, please let me know, so that they are properly credited. Thank you.

  • Mark West

    An illustration by Virgil Finlay for the story "Black Angels Have No Wings", which appeared in Amazing Stories, August 1952

  • Aviva Gabriel

    Virgil Finlay. Bats, Pipistrelli ●彡

  • Meg Larson

    Her strong enchantments failing, Her towers of fear in wreck, Her limbecks dried of poisons And the knife at her neck, The Queen of air and darkness Begins to shrill and cry, "O young man, O my slayer, To-morrow you shall die.” O Queen of air and darkness, I think ‘tis truth you say, And I shall die tomorrow; But you will die to-day. - Her Strong Enchantments Failing, AE Houseman Illustration by Virgil Finlay.

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Illustration by Virgil Finlay from a story called "Black Angels Have No Wings" by Rog Phillips, Amazing Stories, 1952.

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