In the early 1950s, evangelist Herbert Armstrong asked artist Basil Wolverton to create a series of horrifying scenes of the end of the world as we know it. Wolverton's work in horror and science fiction comics had prepared him well to execute this assignment in a unique and frightening way. These sixteen pieces represent some of Basil Wolverton's best work, done at the peak of his skill -- contemporary with his finest horror/science fiction comic book work, and his early work for MAD magazine.
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