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Saga of the Original Human Torch #1 Art by Rich Buckler
The Saga of the Original Human Torch #1 page 26 original artwork by Rich Buckler (pencils) and Danny Bulanadi (inks). Key action page from issue #1 of this mini-series features the origin of the original Golden-Age Human Tocrh as he just begins to discover his remarkable powers and abilities in controlling the living flame that engulfs his body. This scene also depicts Sardo as he tries to destroy the Touch with a canister of sulphuric acid...to his untimely demise. Art is in excellent condition and measures 11" x 17".

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Saga of the Original Human Torch #1 Art by Rich Buckler
The Saga of the Original Human Torch #1 page 6 original artwork by Rich Buckler (pencils) and Danny Bulanadi (inks). Key page from issue #1 of this mini-series features the origin of the original Human Tocrh as scientist Phineas Horton reveals his "capstone" creation to a horrified press. This is an excellent rendition of the Torch's very first story way, way back in Marvel Comics #1 (Oct./ Nov., 1939). Art is in excellent condition, measuring 11" x 17".

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Ghost Rider #31 Splash Art by Don Perlin
Original artwork for Ghost Rider Vol. 2 #31 page 10 (Marvel Comics, 1978), by Don Perlin (pencils) and Bob Layton (inks). From the epic four-part saga, this chapter is entitled, "Demon's Rage" with this being one of the climatic fight scenes as Ghost Rider and the Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange duke it out, while the inter-dimensional demon-lord, Dormammu and the astral body of Doctor Strange simultaneously engage one another on the astral plane. The fourth panel of this great battle page is simply stunning - a near half splash - that features Doctor Strange laying a terrific right hook to Ghost Rider's torso. In sum, this piece is KILLER in every aspect possible with dynamic action in the Mighty Marvel tradition and exquisite finishes by one of the greatest inkers to ever work in the medium. Artwork is in excellent condition with the third panel being a paste-in panel.

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New Teen Titans Annual #1 Art by George Pérez
Original artwork for New Teen Titans Annual #1 (DC, 1982), by co-creator George Pérez (pencils) and Romeo Tanghal (inks). From the epic tale, "Final Conflict!", wherein Starfire (Koriand'r) is placed against her sister, Blackfire in a brutal and tragic duel-to-the-death in order to decide Komand'r's succession and the fate of Tamaran. After an epic clash, which last nearly the entire issue, Starfire ultimately emerges triumphant, but is badly injured from the battle, resulting in Raven healing her wounds. This page features the final scene of this tale as a shocked Starfire is reunited with her parents whom she thought were dead as well as her brother, Ryand'r. All-in-all, this is an absolutely gorgeous and heartwarming page rendered with exquisite detail that features most of the Teen Titans team including, Starfire, Robin, Changeling, Kid Flash, Cyborg and the darkly mysterious and ever intriguing Raven along with Starfire's father and mother and her brother. In sum, this page is simply loaded by the creative team of writer Marv Wolfman, artist George Pérez and finisher Romeo Tanghal who made the Teen Titans a household name.

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Thor #231 Art by John Buscema
Original artwork for the Mighty Thor #231 page 23 (Marvel Comics, 1975), by super talents "Big" John Buscema (pencils) and Dick Giordano (inks). This piece showcases the climatic scene from the story, "A Spectre from the Past" and features the Mighty Thor going toe-to-toe with the hulking savage beast, Armak. Page also includes the Greek demi-god, Hercules as well. This is a wonderful battle action page with two large splashy panels that highlight the dramatic confrontation.

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Punisher War Journal #51 Cover Art by Ron Garney
Terrific original cover artwork for Punisher War Journal #51 (Marvel Comics, 1993), by the talented Ron Garney (pencils) and finisher extraordinaire, Klaus Janson (inks). Cover features a absolutely superb image of a silent, stoic and very stout Punisher full armed to-the-teeth and ready for his undying crusade against crime. All-in-all, a very powerful and imposing image that is graced with bold, eye catching inking.

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Daredevil #226 Art by David Mazzucchelli
Original artwork for Daredevil #226 (Marvel Comics, 1986), by fan favorite David Mazzucchelli (pencils) and Dennis Janke (inks). This is a great battle page from the classic tale, "Warriors" that features the Crimson Crusader in full melee alongside with the Gladiator (Melvin Potter) who is trying to rescue his beloved, Betsey Beatty. Page consists of four large horizontal action panels. Very cool, indeed! Signed by penciler Mazzucchelli in bottom margin.

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Iron Man #215 Art by Mark Bright
Original artwork for Iron Man #215 page 10 (Marvel Comics, 1987), by Mark Bright and Bob Layton (inks). Very attractive piece for the story, "The Shattered Sky," which is highlighted with a wonderful large splashy full figured image of the Invincible Iron Man in full flight in the first panel. Signed by finisher Layton in bottom margin.

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Ghost Rider #46 Splash Art by Don Perlin
Original artwork for Ghost Rider Vol. 2 #46 page 23 (Marvel Comics, 1980), by Don Perlin (pencils and inks). Dramatic scene from the story, "The End of a Champion" in which Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze) confronts a trio of thugs about his arch-rival on the cycle circuit, Flagg Fargo. Page is highlighted with a large, near half splash as well as three other large panels across bottom tier that each feature a nice full figure image of Ghost Rider. A stunning and superb piece for any Ghost Rider collector, for sure.

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X-Men #112 Splash Art by Leinil Yu
Original artwork for X-Men Vol. 2 #112 by fan favorite Leinil Yu (pencils) and Dexter Vines (inks). From the story entitled, "A Call to Arms," this scene features two main members of the X-Men, Cyclops and Wolverine as they scour the sewers to the coast, on the hunt for the Blob and Random. This attractive piece features terrific near full figure shots of both heroes, as well as some nice close-ups. Leinil Yu is one of the most popular and desirable Wolverine artists of the modern age. Artwork is in excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 9" x 14.25." Signed by Finisher Dexter Vines at lower left corner.

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Justice League of America #139 Art by Dick Dillin
Original artwork for Justice League of America #139 (DC, 1977), by Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin (inks). For the back-up tale entitled, "The Ice Age Cometh," this brings the two JLA heroines to the forefront as Wonder Woman seeks to lasso Minister Bizzard in the first two panels, while the Black Canary battles the villain, Icicle in the most dramatic way by using her piercing "sonic song" to shatter the icicle he has encased her within. Artwork that features Black Canary singing with her sonic song is very tough to come by, especially one with so many superb shots of her, both full figure as well as a gorgeous close-up. Page even includes a shot of Green Arrow in the last panel. Ya, Baby!

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Ghost Rider #37 Title Splash Art by Don Perlin
Original title splash artwork for Ghost Rider Vol. 2 #37 (Marvel Comics, 1979), by Don Perlin (pencils and inks). Moody twilight scene upon a "lonely stretch of highway west of Omaha" for the tale, "Night of the Flames Cycles," written by seasoned scribe, Michael Fleisher. Our hero, the Ghost Rider pauses before an enormous billboard sign advertising some competition for his alter-ego, Johnny Blaze and contemplates the vanity of such trivialities for mere mortals and races off into the night. Great full figure images of Ghost Rider on his cycle in the main splash panel as well as excellent multiple close-up shots establish this title page as quite special, indeed! Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Luke Cage Hero for Hire #12 Art by George Tuska
Original artwork for Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #12 page 5 (Marvel Comics, 1973), by George Tuska (pencils) and Billy Graham (inks). From the story, "Chemistro" this page features some excellent images of Luke Cage as well as a shot of the villain Chemistro (first appearance) in the last panel. A very nice example of early Luke Cage artwork by one of the hottest artists in the marketplace right now, Billy Graham.

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Luke Cage Hero for Hire #12 Art by George Tuska
Original end page 28 original artwork for Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #12 (Marvel Comics, 1973), by George Tuska (pencils) and Billy Graham (inks). Climatic end page from the story, "Chemistro" as the antagonist Curtis Carr, a.k.a. Chemistro falls to his feet before Luke Cage. Cage can only look upon his fallen foe with pity. A nice example by one of the hottest artists in the marketplace today, Billy Graham.

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Deathlock Official Handbook Art by Keith Pollard
Original artwork for the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35 (Marvel Comics, 1993), by the talented Keith Pollard (pencils) and seasoned finisher, Joe Rubinstein (inks). In essence, this is a character model sheet of Deathlock, which includes a full front, side and backside shot of the hero.

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Jungle Action #14 Splash Art by Billy Graham
Original splash artwork for Jungle Action Vol. 2 #14 (Marvel Comics, 1975), by Billy Graham (pencils) and Pablo Marcos (inks). Epic large splash panel (a bit larger than half splash) for the story, "There are Serpents Lurking in Paradise," with the Black Panther (King T'Challa) and the pygmy Mokadi (only appearance) looking down into a vast valley upon several brontosaurus' being captured and caged by Killmonger and his cruel men. The Panther descends the steep slope to confront and engaged them. This page is in Good to VG condition with the edges having some cockling due to moisture exposure as well as some heavy whiteout placed on left and bottom margins.

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Invaders Specialty Art by Rob Haynes
Nicely designed specialty artwork of the WW II superhero group Invaders - Captain America (with original triangular shield), Human Torch and Sub-Mariner. This set includes three separate pieces of original artwork: #1 pencils measuring 5" x 8," #2 inks measuring 11" x 14" and colors measuring 9" x 13."

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Hawkeye Specialty Art by Michael Golden
Nice full figure specialty original artwork of the master archer, Hawkeye by fan favorite Michael Golden (pen and ink). Image measures approx. 8.5" x 11.5." Signed and dated by Golden.

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Marvel Comics Presents #60 Art by Tom Lyle
Original artwork for Marvel Comics Presents #60 (Marvel Comics, 1990), by Tom Lyle (pencils) and Roy Richardson (inks). Nice page from the back-up story, "The American Way" starring everyone's favorite Star Spangled Super Soldier - Captain America. Cap's head in panel 4 is a paste on. Art in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15.25." Signed by both penciler Lyle and finisher, Richardson in bottom margin.

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Web of Spider-Man #10 Art by Jim Mooney
Original artwork for Web of Spider-Man #10 (Marvel Comics, 1986), by Jim Mooney (pencils and inks). Action scene featuring Spider-Man (in black costume) taking on the Shocker. All-in-all, this is a very attractive and affordable page that has nice images of Spidey in action. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15" and signed by artist Mooney in bottom margin.

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Captain America Specialty Art by Michael Golden
Beautiful full figure Captain America specialty artwork by fan favorite Michael Golden (pen and ink). The Star Spangled Sentinel of Liberty slinging his shield. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed and dated by Golden in 2009.

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Superman Annual #10 Splash Art by Paul Ryan
Superb splash original artwork for Superman Annual Vol. 2 #10 (DC, 1998), by fan favorite Paul Ryan (pencils) and Chris Ivy (inks). This climatic scene features our beloved Man of Steel being cold-clocked by Phantom Zoner, General Zod (or a ghostly apparition of him, at least). Page is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10.25" x 15.75." Signed by penciler Ryan at upper left side of splash.

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Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #1 Art by Rich Buckler
Original artwork for Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man King-Size Annual #1 page 2 (Marvel Comics, 1979), by the talented team of Rich Buckler (pencils) and Jim Mooney (inks). From the story, "And Men Shall Call Him...Octopus!", this page features O'l Web-head himself in multiple panels as he desperately struggles with all his might to keep a collapsing building from crushing pedestrians on the streets of New York City just below him. Nice Spider-Man pages from the Bronze-Age with excellent eye appeal have become quite scarce in the marketplace, especially ones with such superb and multiple images of Spidey. Art is in VG condition with the top two tiers being pasted on top of the Bristol board which the bottom tier is drawn. Signed by Jim Mooney in lower margin.

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Demon #7 Art by Jack Kirby
Original artwork for Demon Vol. 1 #7 (DC, 1973), by the legendary Jack "King" Kirby (pencils) and Mike Royer (inks). From the tale, "Witchboy," this climatic scene features Klarion the Witch Boy captured and hanging upside down by a vengeful group of witch-folk who are dressed like pilgrims and lead by one who refers to himself as the "Judge," while the Demon Etrigan shows up to come to Klarion's rescue in the final panel. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15" with Kirby's signature in third panel.

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Batman #371 Art by Don Newton
Terrific full blown battle page 19 original artwork for Batman #371 (DC, 1984), by the legendary talent of Don Newton (pencils) and Alfredo Alcala (inks). From the story, "Nine Cradles of Death," this dynamic scene features the Batman going toe-to-toe with Catman (whose origin was told in this issue), who is in a rage and out to slay the Capped Crusader. Writer Doug Moench says in best, "And now, in this hall of ancient warfare...the Cat and the Bat Clash." Newton is regarded by many collectors as one of the greatest and most gifted artists to ever work on Batman, bar none. This is an absolutely exceptional page with battle action galore in the great DC tradition by an undisputed master of the medium. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed by Newton at lower middle of last panel.

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Avengers #220 Art by Bob Hall
Original artwork for Avengers Vol. 1 #220 (Marvel Comics, 1982), by Bob Hall (pencils) and Dan Green (inks). This scene from the story, "War against the gods" features Avengers Captain America, Iron Man, the Wasp along with Drax the Destroyer with superb images of each player. And, it is thought that Bob Layton inked Iron Man's helmet in panel three. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Astonishing Tales #36 Art by Rich Buckler
Original artwork for Astonishing Tales #36 (Marvel Comics, 1976), by the talented team of Rich Buckler (pencils) and Keith Pollard (inks). Key page from a key issue, which features a large splashy middle panel that has the very first appearance of the Luther Manning Deathlock Clone. Art in VG condition with two paste-in panels and image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed by both penciler Buckler and finisher Pollard in bottom margin.

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Captain America #153 Art by Sal Buscema
Original artwork for Captain America #153 (Marvel Comics, 1973), by Sal Buscema (pencils) and Jim Mooney (inks). From the story, "Captain America - Hero or Hoax" this page features the Falcon coming face-to-face with his mysterious masked assailant, who turns out to be...Steve Rogers! Superb images of the Falcon on this page with some good ones of Cap as well. Art is in excellent condition with an image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Batman Legends of the Dark Knight #97 Double Page Splash Art by Anthony Williams
Spectacular double page splash original artwork for Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #97 (DC, 1997), by Anthony Williams (pencils) and Andy Lanning (inks). This is an amazing DPS from the story, "Dirty Tricks, Part 3" that features The Batman swooping down on his trusty bat-line to kick the crap out of a trio of occult thugs. Full blown dynamic and dramatic battle action in the great DC tradition. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring a whopping 20" x 15." Signed by finisher Lanning.

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Captain America #419 Art by Rik Levins
Original artwork for Captain America #419 (Marvel Comics, 1993), by Rik Levins (pencils) and Danny Bulanadi (inks). Beautiful battle page as Captain America takes on the Fangs (Serpent Society) along with Silver Sable and Battlestar. Top two panels feature superb full figure action shots of Silver Sable (going toe-to-toe with Slither), who may get her own motion picture soon. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Captain America #403 Art by Rik Levins
Original artwork for Captain America #403 (Marvel Comics, 1992), by Rik Levins (pencils) and Danny Bulanadi (inks). Attractive battle page from the story, "City of Wolves" as Cap is in a dog-flight with Moonhunter. Nice one-third splash panel.

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Captain America #291 Art by Herb Trimpe
Original artwork for Captain America #291 (Marvel Comics, 1983), by fan favorite Herb Trimpe (pencils) and seasoned finisher, Jack Abel (inks). From the tale, "To Tame a Tumbler," this page features excellent images of Captain America in action using his shield as well as the Tumbler (Michael Keane), which is his very first appearance. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed by penciler Trimpe in bottom margin.

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Wolverine #39 Splash Art by Javier Saltares
Intense half splash original artwork for Wolverine Vol. 3 #39 page 17 (Marvel Comics, 2006), by the talented artistic team of Javier Saltares (pencils) and Mark Texerira (inks). From the story, "Origins & Endings: Chapter 4," this page includes two very large half splash panels featuring Wolverine and the Winter Soldier (James "Bucky" Barnes). Bottom splash showcases Wolvie in a full rage, breaking out of his hand cuffs and extending his claws. Original artwork featuring the Winter Soldier is rather tough to come by. Page is in excellent condition with an image size of approx. 10.25" x 16" and signed by penciler Saltares at lower right.

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Ghost Rider Addict #1 Splash Art by Javier Saltares
Superb half splash original artwork for Ghost Rider: Danny Ketch Vol. 1 #1 page 2 (Marvel Comics, 2008), by Javier Saltares (pencils) and Tom Palmer (inks). For the story entitled, "Addict, Part 1 of 5: How the Mighty are Fallen," this page features two large half splash panels with slew of Ghost Rider's supporting characters in the top half splash and a great transformation sequence of Ghost Rider riding his trademark motorcycle in the lower half splash.

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Marvel Team-Up #10 Art by Pat Olliffe
Original artwork for Marvel team-Up Vol. 2 #10 by Pat Olliffe (pencils) with beautiful finishes by the legendary Al Williamson (inks). From the story, "Two in One," this page features Namor, the Mighty Sub-Mariner in full action as he rescues some bystanders from the fallout of a battle. Some superb full figure and close-up shots of Namor. Art in excellent condition with image size measuring 9.75" x 14." Signed by penciler Olliffe in red ink at lower left corner of page.

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Captain America #50 Art by Dan Jurgens
Romantic original artwork for Captain America Vol. 3 #50 page 14 (Marvel Comics, 2002), by the talented team of Dan Jurgens (penciler) and Bob Layton (inker). From the story, "Silent Night - Silent Morning," Cap and his babe, Sharon Cater share an intimate moment as the sun sets below the liquid horizon of the Atlantic ocean. Signed by both artists at lower right.

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Captain America #47 Splash Art by Dan Jurgens
Original full splash page original artwork for Captain America Vol. 3 #47 (Marvel Comics, 2001), by fan favorite Dan Jurgens (pencils) and seasoned finisher, Bob Layton (inks). Superb full splash for the storyline, "America Lost Part III" (written by Jurgens), which feature our favorite Son of Liberty facing off against his arch-foe the Red Skull and the imposing Hate-Monger to boot. The Sentinel of Liberty certainly has his hands full here. Stay tuned. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 15." Signed by penciler Jurgens at lower right.

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Captain America #42 Splash Art by Dan Jurgens
Spectacular full blown splash original artwork for Captain America Vol. 3 #42 (Marvel Comics, 2001), by the talented team of Dan Jurgens (pencils) and Bob Layton (inks). Climatic scene from the story, "Fractured"(written by Jurgens as well), that features great full figure images of Captain America (with shield), Nick Fury and the Crimson Dynamo. Our favorite Star Spangled Super-Solider coming to rescue his longtime and trusted friend, Nick Fury from the evil clutches of David Ferrari and the Crimson Dynamo. Artwork is in excellent condition with an image size of 10" x 15."

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Captain America #47 Art by Dan Jurgens
Attractive large four panel page 13 original artwork for Captain America Vol. 3 #47 (Marvel Comics, 2001), by fan favorite Dan Jurgens (pencils) and finisher extraordinaire, Bob Layton (inks). For the story, "America Lost Part II," this page features two great Red Skull full figure images, as well as a imposing extreme close-up of the ultimate Nazi soldier as well. Red Skull artwork is quite tough to come by. Art in excellent condition with image size measuring 9" x 14" and signed by both penciler Jurgens and inker, Layton.

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Captain America #9 Art by Joe Bennett
What better way to bring in the Fourth of July than with a SENSATIONAL KILLER action page from Captain America Vol. 2 #9 (Marvel Comics, 1997), by the talented Joe Bennett (pencils) and Mark McKenna (inks). This is our favorite Star Spangled Super-Soldier to the rescue and in full battle melee with the Sons of the Serpent when they threaten to blow up Hollywood. Three full blown very large action panel sequence featuring superb full figure shots of Cap KICKING BUTT! Gotta love that! Dynamic and dramatic artwork in the Mighty Marvel Tradition - Just the Way You Demand it! Signed by finisher Mark McKenna in third panel.

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Captain America #1 Art by Ron Garney
Original artwork for Captain America Vol. 3 #1 (Marvel Comics, 1998), by Ron Garney (pencils) and Bob Wiacek (inks). This is page 25 from the very first debut issue of the third volume for the story entitled, "The Return of Steve Rogers, Captain America," written by seasoned scribe Mark Waid. This exciting scene depicts the climatic action sequence as the Sentinel of Liberty goes toe-to-toe with the deadly Lady Deathstrike (Yuriko Oyama) in a movie theatre that is showing a film about Captain America's historical exploits. Absolutely classic large fifth panel as Captain America plows into Lady Deathstrike to win the day for Life, Liberty and the American Way. Signed by all three creative artists: writer Mark Waid, penciler Ron Garney and finisher Bob Wiacek.

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Spectre and Jonah Hex Specialty Art by Tom Mandrake
The Spectre and Jonah Hex specialty original artwork (DC, 2010), by Tom Mandrake (pencils and inks). Terrific fully detailed and very intense scene featuring one of Mandrake's most famous characters' - The Spectre - which he worked on with writer John Ostrander from 1992 to 1998. This third volume series was quite popular and successful among readers and critics alike, which delved deeply into the thought-provoking theological aspects of the Astral Avenger like none before. This piece likewise showcases the relentless bounty hunter, Jonah Hex - DC's most popular western anti-hero and was the first page feature image for Michael Browning's excellent article entitled, "Michael Fleisher and Jonah Hex, published in Back Issue magazine #42 (TwoMorrows Publishing, 2010). This artwork was done cover quality fully detailed and rendered in pen and ink and in full size 11" x 17" format. Signed by mandrake at upper right edge of art.

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Brave and the Bold #147 Art by Jim Aparo
Original artwork for Brave and the Bold #147 (DC, 1979), by the incomparable Jim Aparo (pencils, inks and lettering). This is all out outer space battle action at its zenith with Batman and Supergirl teaming up in the story, "Death-Scream from the Sky," written by Cary Burkett. In this dramatic space scene, Batman pilots his small craft to try and take out the deadly laser gun on the STAR labs satellite, while Supergirl is kept at bay by the red sun radiation. There is a nice full image of Supergirl in panel one and a superb one-third splash in panel four as Batman is blasted from his space craft to be catapulted into the frigid void of outer space. Great full image of Batman as well as some nice dramatic close-ups as the Dark Knight Detective battles to save his very life. Jim Aparo is the UNDISPUTED HOTTEST artist in the marketplace right now. Supergirl pages are tough to come by in any era, but to find one with her fighting alongside Batman is a rare gem indeed. And to top that all off, this piece is TOTALLY FRESH, being locked up in a private collection for many decades. Page is in excellent condition with an image size measuring 10" x 15." This piece features a great deal of black inks in most of the panels due to the outer space scenery, which makes the artwork even more eye appealing and desirable than usual.

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Brave and the Bold #133 Art by Jim Aparo
Original artwork for Brave and the Bold #133 (DC, 1977), by the legendary Jim Aparo (pencils, inks and lettering as well). This is a great page from the tale, "Another Kind of Justice," written by seasoned scribe Bob Haney that features a memorable team-up between Batman and Deadman. This scene depicts Deadman (Boston Brand) doing what he does best, possessing various bodies and turning the bad guys upon one another in aiding Batman in solving this case. As an subtle extra added bonus, check out Aparo's nod to the great Neal Adams with that dynamic Adamsesque Deadman pose descending down toward his adversary in panel one. He then dispossess the corpse in the larger and last one-third splash panel by stating, "Time to exit from this Stiff!" - Classic Deadman! Jim Aparo is the HOTTEST artist in the industry right now. His Deadman work is rather rare and very seldom found offered on the open market. This remarkable piece is COMPLETELY FRESH, and has not seen the light of day for many decades. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Maze Agency #15 Wraparound Cover Art by Jerry Bingham
Gorgeous wraparound cover artwork for The Maze Agency #15 (Innovation, 1990) by the super talented, Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). The story was entitled, "Too Much Bliss," which featured Lieutenant Bliss being accused of murdering her ex-husband and thus, Jennifer Mays must go undercover to track down the real killer. This outstanding image is very large, rendered in pen and ink twice-up format on heavy illustration Bristol board with the image size measuring a WHOPPING 17" x 17." Piece is from the personal archives of Jerry Bingham himself, and has never seen the light of day nor ever offered on the open market before. Signed by artist Bingham at lower middle.

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Flash and Green Lantern: Brave and the Bold #3 Title Splash Art by Barry Kitson
Offered here is a absolutely killer title splash original artwork for Flash and Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold #3 (DC, 1999), by the talented Barry Kitson (pencils and inks). Written by seasoned scribe Mark Waid, this title splash reflects the climatic scene for this tale entitled, "A World of Hurt." This impressive piece is a warm ode, which harkens back to the Golden-Age and Silver-Age legendary heroes of yesteryear as the Golden-Age Flash Jay Garrick) and Green Lantern (Alan Scott) take time to guide their younger counterparts, who have taken the mantle of the Silver-Age Flash (Barry Allen) and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan). They test each others mettle on a alien planet area called Raznak Park - a planet that seems designed to counteract their power rings. Having to contend with yellow rain, chocking fumes, a strange yellow quicksand trap and a swarm of aggressive insects that are made of wood and that soon form into one giant attacking beast, the heroes band together and soon best these multiple attacks with timely teamwork. This title splash includes two beautiful original art full figure images of the Golden-Age Flash and Golden-Age Green Lantern at the left side of the page with the text that reads, "Before Barry Allen and Hal Jordan - Before the Justice League - Jay Garrick and Alan Scott were the first to bear the names Flash and Green Lantern! "During the 1940s, they fought the enemies of America as members of the Justice Society! Today, they band together for a different reason - to help guide their young heirs to their Destiny!" Artwork is in NM to excellent condition with all original stats and image size measuring approx. 9.5" x 14." Signed by both writer Mark Waid and artist Barry Kitson below indicia.

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Wolverine Not Dead Yet TPB Cover art by Leinil Yu
Here is an absolutely KILLER piece of original cover artwork for the trade paperback Wolverine Not Dead Yet (Marvel Comics, 1998), by the talented fan favorite, Leinil Yu (pencils and inks). Written by the celebrated scribe, Warren Ellis with interior story art by YU, this TPB collected the classic stories that were originally published in Wolverine #119-122 (Marvel Comics, 1997-98), entitled "Not Dead Yet." This four part tale delves deep into Wolverine's troubled past as a long forgotten drinking buddy known as McLeish, but now a vicious tough-taking terrorist that goes by the title the White Ghost, appears to have returned with a deadly vengeance and a blood feud with the anti-hero. The only problem is, Wolverine killed McLeish many years ago. So, who in the hell can this new mysterious and very deadly adversary be? A myriad of signs and various clues point to the fact that McLeish somehow cheated death and is coming after Wolverine with all the savage mercilessness and crafty cunning of a vile human devil. "Not Dead Yet" is a dramatic noir thriller that is simply jammed-packed with all sorts of violent action, exciting confrontations, profound intrigue and enigmatic twists and turns at every corner with a most surprisingly unexpected ending. A wonderful, no-holds-barred and in-your-face full image (that has been used a least three to four different times) of Wolvie striding straight for you with claws fully barred and ready for violent engagement as the angry aggressive flames of battle burn all around him - just the way you want to see him! When it come to Wolverine covers, this one will be a task to beat!

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Fantastic Four #395 Art by Paul Ryan
Original artwork for Fantastic Four #395 (Marvel Comics, 1994), by fan favorite Paul Ryan (pencils) and Danny Bulanadi (inks). Nice battle page that features the Thing and Ant-Man taking on the Super Android (first appearance) with Wolverine in the first panel to boot. Great images of both Ant-Man and the Thing engaged in full out action in the great Marvel tradition - just the way you demand it! Skillful use of a nice vignette of Ant-Man in panel five. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15.25."

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Thor Corps #2 Art by Pat Olliffe
Original artwork for Thor Corps #2 (Marvel Comics, 1993) page 19 by the talented Pat Olliffe (pencils and inks). This is a GREAT action page that features the Thor Corps Trio of Beta Ray Bill, Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson) and Thor (Dargo Ktor). In this scene, Beta Ray Bill leads his team to capture Ellene Gorko who has a nifty trick up her sleeve as she opens rifts in the dimensional fabric to elude the pursuing trio of Thors. Superb images of each Thor as wells as a nice dramatic close-up of Ellene Gorko executed by Olliffe with wonderful dynamic detail and care. This is the first beta Ray Bill page we have had the privilege of offering. Art is in excellent condition with an image size of 10" x 15.25." Signed by Pat Olliffe in bottom margin in red ink.

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Power Man and Iron Fist #63 Title Splash Art by Kerry Gammill
OK, ladies and gentlemen, hold onto your hats for here comes your way, LUCK and DEATH! Absolutely PHENOMENAL Title Splash original artwork for Power Man and Iron Fist #63 (Marvel Comics, 1980), by the talented Kerry Gammill (pencils) and Ricardo Villamonte (inks). From the tale, "Luck and Death," this is most likely the BIGGEST, BADDEST and the NASTIEST FULL FLEDGE, FULL FIGURE, FULL FRONTAL and fully IN-YOUR-FACE LUKE CAGE - POWER MAN - HERO FOR HIRE splash page in existence, BAR NONE! Luke Cage is raving mad, ready for action and fully bent on destruction after he trashes an illegal casino in his neighborhood! The APEX of Power Man images with a fully detailed background, complemented with a terrific title, "Luck and Death!" The finishing inks on this Bad Boy are so deeply lush and rich that they jump right off the paper at you. All the lettering is expertly hand done and wonderfully rendered by artists Gammill and Villamonte with background details second-to-none. In sum, a GRAIL PIECE for any Luke Cage enthusiast. We have searched far and wide and up and down and defy anyone to find a finer Power Man image anywhere whether it be a splash, cover or otherwise. Signed by Kerry Gammill.


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Mighty Thor #7 Cover Art by Alan Davis
Utterly powerful original cover artwork for The Mighty Thor Vol. 1 #7 (Marvel Comics, 2011), by the ultra-talented Alan Davis (pencils) with exquisite finishes by Mark Farmer (inks). This remarkable piece served as Marvel Comics 50th Anniversary variant cover and features an iconic striking image of the Asgardian god of Thunder, Thor with his alter-ego, physician Donald Blake standing in the forefront. This is obviously a wonderful Silver-Age homage to Jack "King" Kirby's classic cover for the Incredible Hulk #1 (Marvel Comics, 1962). This impressive and timeless image also features Thor's closest friends and allies flaking him on both sides including, the beautiful Sif (Thor's beloved) whose raises her sword aloft, Hogun the Grim with his mace ready for battle action, the bloated Volstagg, and the blonde swordsman supreme, Fandral the Dashing. The lightning and thunder, which Thor commands cracks strongly overhead. Signed, "After Kirby" by both AD (Alan Davis) and MF (Mark Farmer). This most impressive piece ranks as one the the very finest Thor covers we have ever seen at any time. Truly magnificent in its entirety.

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Vengeance of Vampirella #6 Art by Hearn Cho
Original artwork from Vengeance of Vampirella #6 (Harris Comics, 1994), by Hearn Cho (pencils) and Art Nichols (inks). Action-packed page features Vampirella and friend going toe-to-toe with a group of demonic ghouls. Piece is highlighted with a superb image of Vampi in full leap toward her adversaries in the last panel. Art in NM condition with image size measuring 10.5' x 15.75." Signed by artist Cho at top margin.

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Supergirl Specialty Art by Rudy Nebres
Magnificent illustration of Supergirl by Rudy Nebres (pencils and inks) done in 1999. This is a rather unorthodox interpretation of the Kryptonian Girl of Steel with wild flowing hair, intense eyes and her staunch battle stance, ready to explode into action to save the day. A detailed rough-pencil background points up the substantially original ink-drawing process. Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board. In excellent condition with an image area that is a bit larger than normal at 11" x 14". From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mister Miracle #1 Art by Steve Crespo
Key piece of original artwork for Mister Miracle Vol. 3 #1 (DC, 1996), by Steve Crespo (pencils) and Marcio Morais (inks). This is a beautiful splash-like page for the storyline, "The Making of a Legend," that features several vignettes, which tell the origin story of Scott Free (who would become Mister Miracle) that includes Darkseid, the Highfather, Granny Goodness, Thaddeus Brown (the original Mister Miracle) and, a terrific full figure image of the bold and beautiful Big Barda. Both Crespo and Morais out due themselves here with very skillful layouts, rendering and finishes with a sublime use of zip-a-tone in Big Barda's helmet and shadowing in last vignette with both Mister Miracles meeting. Artwork is in NM condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16." Signed by penciller Crespo at lower left of image.


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Detective Comics #651 Art by Graham Nolan
Original artwork for Detective Comics #651 (DC, 1992), by fan favorite, Graham Nolan (pencils) and Scott Hanna (inks). From the story, A Bullet for Bullock" this scene features Batman discussing with Detective Harvey Bullock how to track down Vinnie "The Shark" Starkey and bring him to justice. This four panel page has excellent close-up shots of Batman as well as a nice full shot of him in the large splash-like fourth panel. Art is in NM condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Captain Marvel Adventures #18 Re-creation by C.C. Beck
Golden-Age legend and creator C.C. Beck outdid himself with this stunning fully painted re-creation of his classic cover for Captain Marvel Adventures #18. Here, Beck immortalizes his most famous creation, Captain Marvel Sr., as well as Captain Marvel Jr. and Mary Marvel in absolutely stunning fashion. Painted in 1975, this famous image represents the very first appearance of Mary Marvel and prominently features the entire Marvel Family in their full and unforgettable Golden-Age glory of yesteryear. Rendered in mixed media which includes ink and tempera paints with wax-pencil shading over graphite on Illustration board. Image area is 11" x 15.25" and is in excellent condition. There is some pigment color fading in the background gray hues, due to sun exposure, though all the other colors are unaffected and are fully bright and vibrant. This is the finest Beck re-creation we have ever seen at any time. A masterpiece of the medium.

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Batman #311 Art by Irv Novick
Original artwork for Batman #311 page 9 (DC, 1979) by the talented team of Irv Novick (pencils) and Frank McLaughlin (inks). Action-packed page from the story, "Dr. Phosphorus is Back!", features the Dark Knight Detective hunting down his deadly adversary, Dr. Phosphorus who boasts in Batman's face that he will destroy Gotham City. Story also includes the origin of Dr. Phosphorus, written by Steve Englehart. This great piece has Batman in five of the six panels, a superb full image of Dr. Phosphorus, as well as an absolutely SENSATIONAL last panel of Batman standing stalwart in his vintage Golden-Age like pose as he states to Arkham Asylum inmate Boss Rupert Throne, "Madmen!" Simply classic in every way! It is quite scarce to find a Batman page that has such excellent images of both Batman and the villain as well. A rare treat! Artwork is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."

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Lady Death The Odyssey #4 Art by Steven Hughes
Original artwork for Lady Death The Odyssey #4 page 10 (Chaos Comics, 1996) by Steven Hughes (pencils and inks). From the chapter entitled, "Beyond Hell's Gate," this key scene features Lady Death's guardian angel, Vandala (her first appearance was in issue #1 of this saga) revealing herself for the first time to her half-sister Hope (Lady Death), by explaining that she was the one who sent her on this vast Odyssey, to teach her the three virtues of her Valkyrie people: Heroism, Loyalty and Bravery. Vandala believes Lady Death to be the Chosen One, but she is nothing but amused at this notion and chuckles at the young goddesses' naïveté. Vandala angrily insists that they both depart at once, before the Destroyer of Destroyers, Asteroth discovers their whereabouts. This totally fresh art has never been seen before at anytime, locked away in a private collection of artist Steve Hughes for decades, until now. Signed by artist Hughes in top margin in pencil.

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Nightwing Annual #2 Cover Art by Joe Bennett
Absolutely stunning original cover artwork for Nightwing Annual #2 (DC, 2007) by Joe Bennett (pencils) and Jack Jadson (inks). The original Robin (Dick Grayson) and the most beloved Batgirl (Barbara Gordon), star in "Hero's Journey" - a warm reflection upon the early budding career/ relationship between these two heroes. As you can see, this cover features outstanding full figure images of both Robin and Batgirl. One would be hard pressed to find a cover that could match, let alone beat this one! GORGEOUS! Artwork is in excellent condition with image size 10.5" x 16".

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Incredible Hulk Annual #15 Splash Art by Sal Buscema
Sensational 2/3rds splash for Incredible Hulk Annual #15 (Marvel Comics, 1986) by Sal Buscema (pencils and inks). This is page 11 from the story "Body Double", which features an absolutely superb full on, in-your-face image of the Hulk's greatest arch-foe, the Abomination, as he strides forward to rule all mankind. Action and drama in the mighty Marvel tradition - just the way we love it!

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Beyond Mars Strip Art by Lee Elias
Here is a nice strip for the newspaper series strip entitled Beyond Mars by the talented Lee Elias (pencils and inks). Beyond Mars was written by renowned science fiction author Jack Williamson and superbly illustrated by Lee Elias. It is one of the rarest Sunday strips, which appeared in a single newspaper, The New York Sunday News from 1952-1955. The original artwork for these strips are quite rare and are very seldom offered for sale. In VG condition with a couple of long vertical creases. Image size measures 9" x 18."

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Jungle Action #9 Art by Gil Kane
Pulse-pounding piece of original artwork for Jungle Action #9 page 22 (Marvel Comics, 1974), by the talented team of Gil Kane (pencils) and Klaus Janson (inks). This extremely cool piece from the story, "But Now the Spears are Broken" depicts the climatic fight scene between the Black Panther and the evil encroaching, Baron Macabre (the villain's very first appearance) and his Denizens of Death in the jungle of Wakanda. Dynamic no-holds-barred all out battle action in the Mighty Marvel Tradition - Just the Way We Demand it! Artwork is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15." Panel #2 is a paste-in panel - artwork that was drawn on a separate piece of art paper and substituted into place for the final published page. This was usually done due to an editorial decision, not uncommon in Bronze-Age artwork from the early to mid 1970's.

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Fantastic Four #285 Art by John Byrne
Spectacular full splash page original artwork for the story, "Hero" for Fantastic Four #285 (Marvel Comics, 1985) by John Byrne (pencils) and Al Gordon (inks). This was an intriguing tale that explored the darker, yet unintentional consequences of hero worship. "A kid died today, Sue, died because of me. Because I never stopped to consider what the Human Torch might mean out in the real world.," laments Johnny Storm who considers retiring as a superhero due to the death of a young boy who ignited himself to be like his idol, the Human Torch. Nonetheless, the Beyonder convinces him not to give up on his career and he takes flight once again on this superb full splash last page of the story, "Hero." The tale ends with a timeless quote by F. Scott Fitzgerald, "Show me a hero, and I'll write you a tragedy." Signed by John Byrne.

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New Teen Titans #9 Splash Art by José Luis García-López
Epic splash original artwork for New Teen Titans Vol. 2 #9 page 10 (DC, 1985) by the talents José Luis García-López (pencils) and Romeo Tanghal (inks). This is a gorgeous splash panel page for the saga, "Crystal Nightmare" that features a full out battle scene as the Teen Titans battle their way toward the top of Mount Olympus. Page includes Nightwing, Jericho and the Changeling going toe-to-toe with Greek giants and mythological monsters as well as an outstanding full out splash panel with an eye-poping shot of the beautiful, yet very determined Wonder Girl and the sexy Starfire flying straight at you - WOW! When it come to the very best Teen Titan pages, this one is going to be extremely hard to beat. It just does not get much better than this! Large twice up artwork with an approx. image size of 12" x 18" and signed by finisher Romeo Tanghal at middle right of page.


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Morbius the Living Vampire #13 Cover Art by Ron Wagner
Spooky original cover artwork for Morbius the Living Vampire #13 (Marvel Comics, 1993) by the talented Ron Wagner (pencils) and Mike Witherby (inks). This cover has it all - Morbius crying out in desperation and reaching for his beloved, Martine who is being seduced by the evil vampire goddess Lilith, while a pack of voracious werewolves hinder and block him. Intense dark drama in the Mighty Marvel Tradition - Just the way we demand it! There is a lot of excitement and anticipation surrounding Morbius lately, with the announcement that Sony is developing a feature film for the Living Vampire and possibly even a TV series. https://www.polygon.com/2017/11/13/16646726/sony-morbius-the-living-vampire-spider-man-spinoff-movie


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Fight the Enemy #3 Art by Al McWilliams
Pulse-pounding aerial warfare original artwork for Fight the Enemy #3 (Tower, 1967) by the talented Al McWilliams (pencils and inks). From the story, "The Young Ones," this exciting scene features the American pilot, Colonel Rawlson escorting a young squadron of inexperienced fighter pilots over the Chong Chon River, as a group of Russian MIG's drive into attack formation to engage them - and the dog-fight is on! Superb Korean War artwork by a rather unknown, yet very talented artist in McWilliams. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 11" x 17."

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G.I. Combat #143 Cover Art by Joe Kubert
This is a superb piece and completely fresh to market. Original cover artwork for G.I. Combat #143 (DC, 1970) by the legendary Joe Kubert (pencils and inks). Gripping WW II battle scenario as the Haunted Tank engages an advancing division of Tiger Tanks. The commander of the Haunted Tank, Sgt. Jeb Stuart orders an elderly soldier to get two young and very frightened children away from the battlefield as the older G.I. angrily protests - that American fighting spirit that never dies nor gives up! The legendary Joe Kubert at his finest! Simply put, this is dramatic full out battle action the the great Joe Kubert DC tradition - the Way We Demand It! Haunted Tank original artwork is quite tough and covers are very rare and seldom seen at any time, let alone put up for sale. This particular cover has been locked away in a private collection for decades and this is the very first time it has been offered. Art is in excellent condition with an image size of 10" x 15."

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Jim Steranko Nick Fury Head Sketch Art
Nice head sketch of of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Commander, Nick Fury by the one and only Jim Steranko. Pen and ink over graphite drawn on a comic book backing board. Nick Fury chewing on his trademark stogie - simply classic! Image size is approx. 3" x 6.25", boldly signed by Steranko with artwork and signature verified by CBCS certification - serial number is 18-00F6FB0-004.

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Jim Steranko Art of Captain America
This is a very nice piece of original artwork of the Sentinel of Liberty himself, Captain America by the one and only, Jim Steranko. Bold and detailed head and shoulder shot of Cap., which was done sometime in 2012 with his famous star symbol on his chest as well as an American Flag background. Pen and ink over graphite rendered on a comic book backing board. Image size is approx. 5" x 8.5", boldly signed by Steranko with artwork and signature verified by CBCS certification - serial number is 18-00F6FB0-001.

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Jim Steranko Art of Nick Fury
Wonderful shot of Nick Fury by the legendary Jim Steranko, which was dome sometime during 2013. This is a bold and very powerful image of Nick Fury, the Commander of S.H.I.E.L.D. from his waist up, fully ready for violent action with his drawn pistol and smoking his famous trademark stogie to boot. His S.H.I.E.I.D. insignia is clearly rendered on the right side of his chest. Rendered in pen and ink over graphite on a comic book backing board. HOO RAW! Image size is approx. 5.5" x 9", boldly signed by Steranko with artwork and signature verified by CBCS certification - serial number is 18-00F6FB0-002.

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Suicide Squad #46 Splash Art by Luke McDonnell
Original artwork for Suicide Squad Vol. 1 #46 (DC, 1990) by Luke McDonnell (pencils) and Geof Isherwood (inks). This action half splash page features Bronze-Tiger, Vixen and Raven taking on a Israeli Ninja. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 15."

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Shadowman #18 Cover Art by Clayton Crain
Original cover artwork for Shadowman Vol. 2 #18 (Valiant Comics, 1998) by Clayton Crain (pencils) and Temujin (inks). Grim detailed near full image of this voodoo assassin for the story, "Serpent's Tooth." In excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 16." Signed by both penciller and inker.

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Thunderstrike #3 Cover Art by Ron Frenz
Original cover artwork for Thunderstrike Vol.2 #3 (Marvel Comics, 2011) by Ron Frenz (pencils) and Sal Buscema (inks). For the story, "And the Demi-God Decrees Death!" A sweet, fun and quite enjoyable mini-series, which re-introduces Thunderstrike to Marvel's mainstream publications. What a breath of fresh air that has that Image Comics style feel to it. IN NM condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 12" and boldly signed by Sal Buscema at upper right.

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Groo #10 Cover Art by Sergio Aragonés
Original cover artwork for Groo #10 the Sinkers (Image Comics, 1995) by creator, writer and artist, Sergio Aragonés (pencils and inks). Groo is a large-nosed buffoon of unsurpassed stupidity, who constantly misunderstands his surroundings. Possessed of superlative skills in swordsmanship (the only task at which he is remotely competent), he delights in combat, but otherwise is a peaceable and honest fellow who tries to make his way through life as a mercenary or by working odd jobs. Incredibly accident prone, and despite generally good intentions, Groo cannot seem but to cause mass destruction wherever he goes! This cover art is in NM condition with image area approx. 10" x 15" and signed by Aragonés.

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DC Comics Presents #49 Title Splash Art by Rich Buckler
Original artwork for the title splash to DC Comics Presents #49 (DC, 1982) by Rich Buckler (pencils) and John Calnan (inks). Superman and Shazam in a titanic clash with Black Adam. Epic opening scene featuring Superman speeding through the twilight above the barren Egyptian desert dunes. This issue featured the 2nd modern app. of Black Adam. In excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 12."

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Groo #10 Back Cover Art by Sergio Aragonés
Original artwork for the back cover to Groo the Sinkers #10 (Image Comics, 1995) by creator, writer and artist Sergio Aragonés (pencils and inks). On this back cover image, Rufferto runs into a burning house to save a crying helpless child. Groo is a large-nosed buffoon of unsurpassed stupidity, who constantly misunderstands his surroundings. Possessed of superlative skills in swordsmanship (the only task at which he is remotely competent), he delights in combat, but otherwise is a peaceable and honest fellow who tries to make his way through life as a mercenary or by working odd jobs. Incredibly accident prone, and despite generally good intentions, Groo cannot seem but to cause mass destruction wherever he goes! Art is in NM condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 13."

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Night Thrasher #2 Cover Art by Javier Saltares
SUPER COOL original cover artwork for Night Thrasher #2 (Marvel Comics, 1993) by the talented Javier Saltares (pencils and inks). Great action battle cover as Night Thrasher goes toe-to-toe with Chagrin in, "Love and Death." Superbly strong and very large images of both combatants. Cover in excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 14."

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Power Man #23 Cover Art by Ron Wilson
Striking original cover artwork for Power Man #23 (Marvel Comics, 1975) by Ron Wilson (pencils) and Klaus Janson (inks). Luke Cage is chained up as an example to all who would dare oppose the, "Security City - the Planned Community Where You Better Belong - or Else!" Very large, strong and impressive image of Power Man! Cover art is in excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 14.25."

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Conan the Barbarian #47 Splash Art by John Buscema
Original Title Splash artwork for Conan the Barbarian #47 (Marvel Comics, 1975) by the outstanding talents of "Big" John Buscema (pencils) and one of the finest finishers in the business, Dan Adkins (inks). This is the opening scene for the story entitled, "Goblins in the Moonlight," which was adapted by Roy Thomas from the novel, "Kothar and the Conjurer's Curse" by the legendary writer, Gardner F. Fox. This piece features a nice close-up of Conan and the lovely Stefanya, whom he the barbarian had just rescued from a blood-crazed mob. Art is in excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10" x 15." Signed by artist Buscema.

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 21 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 21 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this scene features Batman escaping from the concrete death trap to stand by Robin and Rachel's side to confront, not only one, but two Reapers. Dark drama in the classic DC tradition by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on this timeless character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 20 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 20 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper,"this scene has the ruthless Reaper trying to bury Batman in an avalanche of cement while Robin tries to rescue the nun, Rachel Caspian. Dark drama with some great close-up shots in the classic DC tradition by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on Batman. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 23 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 23 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this is the climatic fight scene as Batman and Robin go toe-to-toe with the two murderous Reapers. Dark drama coupled with dynamic battle action in the classic DC tradition by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on this timeless character. Very cool page! From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 24 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 24 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this scene is the climatic fight scene depicting the Dynamic Duo in full fledged melee against the two murderous Reapers and, emerging victorious, at last! Dark drama coupled with dynamic battle action in the classic DC tradition by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on this timeless character. Yet, another very cool page! From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 22 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 22 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this scene brims with tension as Batman and Robin brace themselves for a climatic standoff against the two murderous Reapers. Dark drama in the classic DC tradition by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on this timeless character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 18 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 18 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this page features Batman and Robin tracking down the ruthless Reaper to a construction site. Nice-looking piece drawn by one of the very finest talents to ever work on this character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 14 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 14 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," the ruthless Reaper crashes the dive bar party and slashes open Batman's undercover disguise. And, the fight is on! Great large splash-like panel of the Reaper drawn by one of the most gifted artists to ever work on this timeless character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 15 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 15 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," Robin joins the fray as he crashes the Batmobile through the dive bar's brick wall amidst gunfire galore. Action in the mighty DC tradition by one of the most gifted talents to ever work on these legendary characters. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 17 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 17 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this dark scene features the grim Reaper taking out the criminal element of Gotham's dirty streets as Batman and Robin struggle to contain him. Great graphic action by one of the very finest talents to ever grace this timeless character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 16 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 16 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this full out battle action scene pits Batman and Robin in full melee against the murderous Reaper. Dynamic drama in the classic DC tradition - Just the Way We Love It! From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 9 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 9 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this scene features Dr. Leslie Thompkins bidding farewell to Bruce Wayne as the famous Bat-Signal once again dominates the evening skyline. Batman and Robin race into action in the Batmobile as Commissioner Gordon awaits their arrival. Nice page with a great, large splash-like panel of the classic Batmobile by one of the finest artists to ever work on these timeless characters. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art pages 12-13 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's pages 12-13 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this two page sequence features several of the supporting characters, as well as Batman in disguise, engaged in heated discussion in a seedy downtown Gotham bar. Excellent work by one of the most skilled draftsman to ever work on this classic title. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 6 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 6 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). Nice looking page for the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," includes two of the main players of this tale, Dr. Leslie Thompkins and the Batman, who both visit the Sisters of Convent in search of clues about the enigmatic Reaper - one via the front door and the other, a bit more clandestinely. Excellent work by one of the most gifted talents to ever work on this timeless character. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 4 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 4 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). Cool battle page for the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper" pits Batman and Robin against the ruthless Reaper. Some great action shots of Batman and Robin (panels #1 and #4 are especially cool) on this piece by one of the finest artists to ever work on these timeless characters. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 10 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 10 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," this page features a nice establishing shot of the Batmobile racing down the streets of Gotham City in panel one as well as a disguised Batman getting more directly involved in tracking down the ruthless Reaper. Excellent work by one of the most skilled draftsman to ever work on this classic title. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 11 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for Retroactive Batman The 80's page 11 (DC, 2011) by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). For the dark tale, "Revenge of the Reaper," Commissioner Gordon is on the move in search of the whereabouts of the ruthless Reaper on this page along with a disguised Batman who is closing in as well. Excellent work by one of the most skilled draftsman to ever work on this classic title. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Lady Death The Odyssey Prologue Art by Steven Hughes
Original artwork for Lady Death The Odyssey Prologue page 10 (Chaos Comics, 1996) by Steve Hughes (pencils and inks). Great full and close-up images of Lady Death on this large four-panel page. This totally fresh piece of art has never been offered before on the open market, locked away in a private collection for decades, until now. In NM condition, with image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed by artist Steven Hughes in pencil at top margin.

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Lady Death The Odyssey Prologue Art by Steven Hughes
Original artwork for Lady Death The Odyssey Prologue opening splash page 1 (chaos Comics, 1996) by Steve Hughes (pencils and inks). Terrific full image of Lady Death in her war-armor soaring above the battlefield chaos - blood and guts galore! Just what you would expect from a classic Lady Death piece of art. This totally fresh splash artwork has never been offered before on the open market, locked away in a private collection for decades, until now. In NM condition, with image size measuring 10" x 15." Signed by artist Steven Hughes in pencil at top margin.

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X-Men Unlimited #34 Pin-Up Art by Mike Deodato Jr.
Original artwork for X-Men Unlimited #34 (Marvel Comics, 2002) by the ultra talented, Mike Deodato Jr. (pencils and inks). This beautiful piece is mostly rendered in fully finished detailed graphite pencils with detailed accent inking. Pin-up features wonderful images of major X-Men members; Cyclops, Emma Frost, Wolverine and Professor Xavier. In excellent condition with image size measuring approx. 10.25" x 11" on 11" x 17.25 Bristol board. Signed by artist Deodato at lower right.

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Art page 2 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for DC Retroactive: Batman - The '80s (DC, 2011), by the super talented Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). From the darkly thrilling tale, "The Revenge of the Reaper" this is page two featuring Batman and Robin on patrol in the large first panel and the ruthless Reaper foiling a crime in the last two panels. A very nice-looking page by one of the best Batman artists in the history of the hero. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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Retroactive Batman - The 80's Splash Art page 26 by Jerry Bingham
Original artwork for DC Retroactive: Batman - The 80's page 26 (DC, 2011), by the super talent Jerry Bingham (pencils and inks). This is the very last page from the darkly thrilling tale, "The Revenge of the Reaper" which features Batman and Robin consoling the nun, Rachel Caspian just after rescuing her from the two criminals who were disguising themselves as the ruthless Reaper- her deceased father. Bingham concludes this grim tale with a wonderful half splash as Batman and Robin stride away from the construction site with a eerie and grim visage of the original Reaper forming in the swirling clouds above them, unseen by the Dynamic Duo. Will he return to plague them sometime in the future? Great piece by one of the very finest artists to ever work on the character at any time and in any era. From the personal archives of Bingham himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10.5" x 16."

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