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ACTION COMICS-1938 Issue #566 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Ron Randall pencils, Karl Kesel inks; 10" x 15"

"Traumas in the Bahamas!"

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19/03/2018
ACTION COMICS-1938 Issue #619 Interior Page
Pg. 37; Frank Springer pencils, Frank McLaughlin inks; 10" x 15"

"Once More Unto the Breach"

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19/03/2018
ALADDIN Interior Page
Pg. 5; Unknown Artist; 13" x 18"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 23; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 26; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 25; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 27; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" X 18"; sketches on back of page

"Clash of the Yankee Patrol"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Jill Elgin pencils and inks; 13.25" x 18"; sketch on back of art

"Fall of the Rising Sun"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #6 Interior Page
Pg. 33; Louis Ferstadt pencils and inks; 13" X 18"; sketches on back of page

Penny and Ulysses Jr. "Their Adventures Deep in the Center of the Earth"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" X 18"

"Clash of the Yankee Patrol"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13.25" x 18"

"Americans Fight Fair!"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" X 18"

"Clash of the Yankee Patrol"

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19/03/2018
ALIEN WORLDS Issue #9 Half Splash
Pg. 18; Mike Hoffman pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Small Game"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Americans Fight Fair!"

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19/03/2018
AMAZING SPIDERMAN Issue #316 Interior Page
Pg. 27 Todd McFarlane pencils & inks, signed; image size 10" x 15"

Few artists are as prolific as the masterful Todd McFarlane. At one point in his career, he was writing and illustrating as many as five comic books every month. With his popularity came his controversies. His reimagining of Spider-Man (or more specifically, his webs) was oft maligned by fans at the time but, now, is cherished as an inspiration of artistic design. Within a year of drafting this page, he would take his sense of flair and style to Image, where his work would continue to have an impact on the industry for years to come. Todd McFarlane is a comic book rock star, making any original piece of his work a "must-own" for collectors and newcomers alike.

This page is not only full of the lively design and excitement that made McFarlane so popular, it features one of his most-cherished additions to the Spidey mythos to date: Venom. Here, the arch-nemesis stalks our Friendly Neighborhood Hero through expertly detailed surroundings. Marvel at the mayhem, pacing, and pure technique that make this page come to life. Todd McFarlane art is always in demand, but with a solo Venom movie, starring Tom Hardy, finally moving closer to release, original work featuring the character will only become more desirable, so get your webs on this one while you can.

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19/03/2018
AQUAMAN (1989) Issue #2 Splash Page
Pg. 23; Curt Swan pencils and signed, Al Vey inks; 10" x 15"

"Still Waters"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Half Splash
Pg. 2; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ARCHIE DAILY Strip Art
Daily 05/22/1962, Bob Montana pencils and inks; image size 18" x 5"

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19/03/2018
ARAK SON OF THUNDER Issue #37 Splash Page
Pg. 37; Ernie Colon pencils and inks on vellum; 10" x 14"

Bonus Pinup

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Martin Epp pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Torpedoes for Dessert"

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19/03/2018
ARCHIE'S JOKE BOOK MAGAZINE Issue #236 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Unknown Artist; 10.25" x 15"

"Mr. Lodge Train of Thought"

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19/03/2018
AUTOMATON Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Peter Vale pencils, Rene Micheletti and Damon Huff inks; 10.25" x 15.5"

"Dawn's Last Light"

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19/03/2018
AVENGERS Issue #123 Cover
Ron Wilson pencils, John Romita inks and signed; art on vellum, 12" x 15"

This piece, created by a pair of native Brooklynites, Ron Wilson and John Romita, is a classic mid-70's Avengers cover, featuring some of the team's most-popular characters in a dramatic confrontation with Mantis, a Vietnamese superhero created during the latter days of that war. Her intriguing backstory involves the Kree, who trained her to become a Celestial Madonna of some sort. They then erased her mind and returned her to her war-torn homeland where she met the Swordsman, who introduced her to the Avengers. Here she is shown in a stand-off with Iron Man, Thor, Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Black Panther, as she defends Libra, a member of the sinister Zodiac Cartel, who had recently revealed himself to be her biological father, and you know how important that can be to a girl.

The strong line-work of Wilson is a great example of the Marvel style of the period, portraying the heroes in a circle surrounding the antagonists as they all seem ready to leap into action, while the influential Romita brought inks to the piece that define the iconic characters. Any art featuring the Avengers is going to be highly desirable due to the incredible success of the MCU, and with the release of Avengers: Infinity War, there will be another jump in value of all things Avengers, especially a piece featuring so many of the series' central figures.

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AVENGERS Issue #357 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Steve Epting pencils and signed, Tom Palmer inks and signed; 10" x 15.5"

"The Night Visitors"

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19/03/2018
AVENGERS ANNUAL Issue #17 Interior Page
Pg. 37; Mark Bright pencils and signed, Mike and Valerie Gustovich inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Prometheus Mutants"

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19/03/2018
AVENGERS SPOTLIGHT Issue #14 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Al Milgrom pencils, Don Heck inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Circle-T Killings Continue"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Americans Fight Fair!"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13.25" x 18"

"Americans Fight Fair!"

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AVENGERS SPOTLIGHT Issue #33 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Al Milgrom pencils, Don Heck inks; 10.25" x 15.5"

"Circle-T Killings Continue"

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #3 Splash Page
Pg. 10; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13.25" X 18.5"

"Clash of the Yankee Patrol"

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19/03/2018
ARCHIE'S PALS N GALS Issue #153 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"Veronica - What's in a Name?"

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19/03/2018
BETTY AND VERONICA Issue #96 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"

A Special Gift

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19/03/2018
ALL NEW COMICS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Arturo Cazeneuve pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Americans Fight Fair!"

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19/03/2018
AVENGERS Issue #320 Interior Page
Pg. 25; James Fry pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Changing of the Guard"

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19/03/2018
ASTONISHING ANT-MAN Issue #1 Cover
Variant; Mike Allred pencils & inks; image size 10.5" x 15.5"

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19/03/2018
BETTY AND VERONICA Issue #96 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"

A Special Gift

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19/03/2018
BATMAN SKETCH Commissioned Art
Andy Park pencils and inks; 7" X 10"

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BATMAN SKETCH Commissioned Art
Bill Sienkiewicz inks and signed on business card; 3.5" x 2"

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19/03/2018
CLASSIC COMICS / CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED Issue #23, Edition 0 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Reed Crandall pencils, George Evans inks; 12" X 18"Oliver Twist

"Oliver Twist"

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19/03/2018
CODENAME: SPITFIRE Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Sandy Plunkett and Dave Hoover pencils, Tony DeZuniga inks; 10" x 15"

"If I Only Had a Heart..."

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19/03/2018
BETTY AND VERONICA Issue #96 Half Splash
Pg. 16; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"

A Special Gift

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DAREDEVIL ANNUAL Issue #7 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Jackson Guice pencils, inks and signed; 10.5" x 15.75"

"The Von Strucker Gambit Prologue"

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19/03/2018
DEADLANDS Splash Page
Kim DeMulder pencils and inks; 13.5" x 8.5"; Deadlands: The Weird West RPG, possibly from the "South O' The Border" Trail Guide

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BETTY AND VERONICA Issue #96 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"

A Special Gift

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BETTY'S DIARY Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Jim DeCarlo inks; 10" x 15"

The Art Lesson

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Half Splash
Pg. 2; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay with zipatone; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Half Splash
Pg. 3; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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CHEYENNE KID Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Don Sherwood pencils and inks; 11" x 16.5"

"Outcast at Reb Creek"

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks; 11" x 17"

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19/03/2018
AVENGERS Issue #394 Double Page Splash
Pgs. 2-3; Mike Deodato pencils, Tom Palmer inks; 21" x 15.75"

"Bad Blood"

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Interior Page
Pg. 23; Scot Eaton pencils and signed; 11" x 17"

Signature reads "To Jim & LeAnn, Best, Scot Eaton"

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #35 Splash Page
Pg. 24; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks; 11" x 17"

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BETTY AND VERONICA Issue #96 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Dan DeCarlo pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"

A Special Gift

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #37 Interior Page
Pg. 1; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils with inks on back picture.

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DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #37 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Scot Eaton pencils, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture. Signature reads "To Jim & LeAnn, Best, Scot Eaton"

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19/03/2018
DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #37 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Scot Eaton pencils and signed, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture. Signature reads "To Jim & LeAnn, Best, Scot Eaton"

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19/03/2018
DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #37 Half Splash
Pg. 17; Scot Eaton pencils and signed, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture. Signature reads "To Jim & LeAnn, Best, Scot Eaton"

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19/03/2018
BRAIN BOY Issue #5 Half Splash
Pg.1; Frank Springer pencils, inks and signed on front and back; 12.25" x 15.25"

"The Metal People"

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19/03/2018
DOCTOR FATE (1988) Issue #37 Half Splash
Pg. 5; Scot Eaton pencils and signed, Peter Gross inks on cel overlay; 11" x 17"

Two seperate pieces: front picture shows original inks on cel overlay, original pencils on back picture. Signature reads "To Jim & LeAnn, Best, Scot Eaton"

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19/03/2018
DOOM 2099 Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 12; Pat Broderick pencils, John Nyberg inks; 10" x 15"

"This Man Condemned"

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CHEYENNE KID Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 26; Don Sherwood pencils and inks; 11" x 14.5"

"Outcast at Reb Creek"

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CHEYENNE KID Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 25; Don Sherwood pencils and inks; 11" x 14.5"

"Outcast at Reb Creek"

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CHEYENNE KID Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 30; Don Sherwood pencils and inks; 11" x 16.5"

"Outcast at Reb Creek"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Cover
Keith Pollard pencils and inks; 9.75" x 15"

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ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #6 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"Magnificent Obsession"

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ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg.13; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
DOOM 2099 Issue #18 Splash Page
Pg. 15; Pat Broderick pencils, John Nyberg inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Communion"

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ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 14"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
BATMAN '66 Issue #6 Cover
Michael Allred pencils & inks, signed; image size 10.5" x 15.5"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 4; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #6 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"Magnificent Obsession"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 25; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #6 Interior Page
Pg. 25; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"Magnificent Obsession"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 8; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15.5"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 27; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
EVERYTHING'S ARCHIE Issue #111 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

"Sabrina in Hop to It" "Gag Bag"

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EVERYTHING'S ARCHIE Issue #131 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Rex Lindsey pencils and signed, Jon D'Agostino; 10" x 15.25"

"Little Lost Drummer Boy"

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19/03/2018
F-TROOP Issue #7 Half Splash
Pg. 21; Bill Fraccio pencils, Tony Tallarico inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Special Delivery"

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19/03/2018
FIGHTING AMERICAN Other Comic Art
Fighting American hand-colored print on art board; Joe Simon signed plate on back of art; 11" x 16.5"

"Project Fighting American"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
FIRESTORM, THE NUCLEAR MAN Issue #83 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Tom Grindberg pencils, Sam de la Rosa inks; 10.5" X 15"

"Lord of Fire"

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19/03/2018
FIRESTORM, THE NUCLEAR MAN Issue #83 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Tom Grindberg pencils, Sam de la Rosa inks; 10" x 15"

"Lord of Fire"

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19/03/2018
ETERNALS, THE (1985-86) Issue #5 Half Splash
Pg. 30; Sal Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"The Secret Name of Pain"

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19/03/2018
FOUR COLOR-2ND SERIES Issue #975 Interior Page
Pg. 28; Tom Gill pencils and inks;

"The Dangerous Ride"

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19/03/2018
FOXHOLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Art Gates pencils and inks; 12" x 18"

"Listen to Me, Sam"

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19/03/2018
FURY OF FIRESTORM ANNUAL Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Rafael Kayanan pencils, Ian Akin and Brian Garvey inks; 10" x 15"

"Sparx"

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19/03/2018
G.I. COMBAT 1957-87 Issue #263 Interior Page
Pg. 27; Vicatan pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

The Deadly Triangle: Part 3

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19/03/2018
FANBOYS VS ZOMBIES Issue #6 Cover
Khary Randolph pencils and signed; image size 11" x 16"

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19/03/2018
GEORGE TUSKA ORIGINAL ART Cover
George Tuska pencil, pen, watercolor and signed; 9" x 12"

Iron Man vs. the Hulk

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19/03/2018
GORGO (PHILIPPINE) Issue #56 Interior Page
Pg.2; Unknown Artist on paper; 10" x 12.25"; possible color guide for Philippino comic book

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19/03/2018
GHOSTLY HAUNTS Issue #55 Splash Page
Pg. 8; Tom Sutton pencils and inks; 10.25" x 13.5"; original production art, mostly stat, extension on right ink and pencil

"Baku the Dream Eater"

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19/03/2018
FAMILY UPSTAIRS / KRAZY KAT 1910-1912 Strip Art
Monday February 6th, 1911; George Herriman pencils and inks, signed; image size 26" x 9.5"Early Krazy Kat w/ The Dingbat Family

The title of this endearing daily strip, "They Entertain a Ventriloquist and Fool Mr. Dingbat", pretty much sums it up. The mystery family that lives over Mr. Dingbat is at it again, this time it appears one of them is drunkenly singing sea shanties in the shared stairwell. The perturbed neighbor runs to find a policeman to intervene in the kerfuffle, and lo, it wasn't a person an after all, but merely a ventriloquist dummy belonging to that cursed family upstairs. Well, this doesn't sit well with the policeman who begins a foot chase with ol' Mr. Dingbat. Meanwhile, Krazy Kat and Ignatz, one up each other on their pipe smoking game. George Herriman's artistic styling is discernibly unique, especially so given the period and infancy of the comic strip medium. It should be noted, Herriman has been cited by numerous comic book creators as a major influence on their work. With that, it is a wonderful honor for ComicConnect to offer this slice of history, tucked away in the consigning family's attic since 1911. Now bid up, me hearties, yo ho!

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19/03/2018
FLASH 80-PAGE GIANT Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 37; Mike Collins pencils, Tom Palmer inks; 9.5" x 15"

"The Professional"

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19/03/2018
HERB TRIMPE ORIGINAL ART Convention Sketch
Herb Trimpe pencils and inks; Spider-Man in black costume; 11"x17"

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19/03/2018
HELLSTORM: PRINCE OF LIES Issue #8 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Peter Gross pencils and inks; 10.5" x 15.75"

Hell is where the Heart is

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19/03/2018
G.I. COMBAT 1957-87 Issue #214 Half Splash
Pg. 45; Ernesto Patricio pencils and inks; 10" X 15"

"Annie's Got a Gun"

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19/03/2018
HOKUM & HEX Issue #2 Splash Page
Pg. 12; Anthony Williams pencils and signed, Andy Lanning inks and signed; 10" x 15.25"

A Convocation of Clowns

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19/03/2018
FIREHAIR 1948-52 Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Lee Elias pencils and inks; 12.25" x 18"

"Rifles for Crazy Horse"

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19/03/2018
FOUR COLOR-2ND SERIES Issue #1335 Cover
Unknown Artist; 9.25" x 11.75"Aggie Mack

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19/03/2018
G.I. COMBAT 1957-87 Issue #246 Interior Page
Pg. 15; E.R. Cruz pencils and inks; 10" X 15"

"The Killers Below"

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19/03/2018
FIGHTIN' MARINES Issue #129 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Bill Molno pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"Corsair Jockey"

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19/03/2018
GHOST RIDER-1990 Issue #83 Double Page Spread
Pgs. 12-13; Pop Mhan pencils, Jason Martin and Karl Story; 21" x 15.5"

"House of Burning Souls"

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19/03/2018
HOT STUFF SIZZLERS Issue #52 Interior Page
Pg. 40; Warren Kremer pencils; 12" x 18"

"Strong Attachment"

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19/03/2018
FIREHAIR 1948-52 Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Lee Elias pencils and inks; 12.25" x 18"

"Raiders of the Pony Express"

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19/03/2018
HOT STUFF SIZZLERS Issue #52 Interior Page
Pg. 45; Warren Kremer pencils; 12" x 18"

"Strong Attachment"

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19/03/2018
HOT STUFF SIZZLERS Issue #52 Interior Page
Pg. 44; Warren Kremer pencils; 12" x 18"

"Strong Attachment"

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19/03/2018
INCREDIBLE HULK Commissioned Art
Bob McLeod pencils; 8" x 9"

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19/03/2018
HUMPHREY COMICS Issue #16 Interior Page
Pg. 30; Art Helfant pencils and inks; 12" X 18"

Hector the Director

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INCREDIBLE HULK Other Comic Art
John Romita pencils and signed, Joe Rubinstein inks and signed; image size 10" x 10.5"

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19/03/2018
INDIANS Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 46; Unknown Artist; 12.25" x 18"; drawing on back of page

"Long Bow"

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19/03/2018
INDIANS Issue #16 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Unknown Artist; 12.25" x 18"

"Warriors of the West"

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19/03/2018
IRON MAN Issue #74 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Arvell Jones pencils with assistance from Keith Pollard, Dick Ayers inks; 10.5" x 16"

A surprising offshoot of the comic book invasion of Hollywood has been the ever-increasing popularity of Iron Man. Once known primarily to comic book readers, Robert Downey Jr. helped turn Tony Stark into a household name. Having been featured in three of his own very successful movies (including guest appearances in a few others you may have heard of), Iron Man is hotter than ever and this original artwork is perfect for anyone looking to add something special to their wall. The pencils of Arvell Jones and Keith Pollard combined with the impressive inks of Dick Ayers will make you think Iron Man is flying right off the page and into your collection.

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19/03/2018
JACK KIRBY'S TEENAGENTS Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Neil Vokes pencils, Terry Austin inks; 10" x 15"

"Here be Monsters"

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19/03/2018
HARDCORE Issue #1 Cover
Marc Silvestri pencils and signed; image size is 14" x 11"; originally published May 2012

Pencils (no inks) for the cover of Pilot Season: Hardcore #1 by Marc Silvestri and written by the Walking Dead's own Robert Kirkman!

Art is in excellent condition.

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19/03/2018
HOT STUFF SIZZLERS Issue #52 Interior Page
Pg. 43; Warren Kremer pencils; 12" x 18"

"Strong Attachement"

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19/03/2018
HOT STUFF SIZZLERS Issue #52 Interior Page
Pg. 39; Warren Kremer pencils; 12" x 18"

"Strong Attachment"

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19/03/2018
JET FIGHTERS Issue #6 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Ralph Mayo pencils; 12" x 18"

"Awkward Squadron"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #4 Double Page Splash
Pgs. 2 & 3; inks on vellum; credited inkers: Frank Parr, Mark Lasota & Patricia Laskowski; 21.75" x 16.75"

"Trial by Fire"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Cover
Eric Pence pencils and signed; 10.5" x 15.5"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 11" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 8; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" X 15.5"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JEMM SON OF SATURN Issue #8 Double Page Spread
Pg. 2-3; Gene Colan pencils, Bob McLeod inks; 21.5" x 15"

"The Rumor"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Splash Page
Pg. 16; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JOHN CARTER, WARLORD OF MARS-1977 Issue #28 Interior Page
Pg. 31; Lara Hama pencils, Ricardo Villamonte inks; 10" x 15"; bonus preliminary sketch included

The Weapon-Makers of Mars!

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils on vellum; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Pg. Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils; 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JOHN CARTER, WARLORD OF MARS-1977 Issue #28 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Larry Hama pencils, Ricardo Villamonte inks; 10" x 15"; sketch on back of pg

The Weapon-Makers of Mars!

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Preliminary Sketch
Pg. 21; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils, 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #5 Preliminary Sketch
Pg. 20; Eric Pence and Terral Lawrence pencils, 10" x 15"

"The Awakening"

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19/03/2018
JUDGMENT DAY Issue #8 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Frank Parr and Patricia Laskowski inks on vellum; 10" x 15"

"Visions of the Gate"

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19/03/2018
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL Issue #10 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Sergio Cariello pencils, Nick Napolitano inks; 10" x 15"

"The Alliance"

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19/03/2018
KA-ZAR 1974-77 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Larry Hama pencils, Fred Kida inks; 10" x 15"

The Skull of the Lizard-Man!

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19/03/2018
KICKERS INC. Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Larry Alexander pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

"In ? We Trust"

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19/03/2018
KICKERS INC. Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Larry Alexander pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

"In ? We Trust"

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19/03/2018
INVADERS, THE Issue #13 Cover
Pencils Gil Kane, Inks Frank Giacoia; 10" x 15"Nazi WW II cover! Sub-Mariner bondage cover

The Golem Strikes

Nazi bashing has been a favorite subject of comic books since Captain America Comics #1 created a stir on newsstands across the country. One of the many titles that rebooted the craze in the 70s was The Invaders. The book was notable for several reasons. Primarily, The Invaders was one of the first Marvel comics to hearken back to the publisher's Golden Age glory days, reuniting the three biggest characters of the period, Captain America, Human Torch, and Namor, the Sub-Mariner, who all originally appeared together in All Winners Comics. This cover piece, from issue #13, recalls the hyperactive, overloaded Alex Schomburg wraps of yesteryear. Drawn by the distinctive and talented journeyman artist Gil Kane, and inked by the always reliable Frank Giacoia, this piece is sure to appeal to fans of GA war stories, 70's Marvel aficionados, and Kane fans alike.

The kinetic energy of this cover art is electrifying as your eye almost doesn't know where to look first, the Golem bursting through the wall, the Nazi threatening Spitfire in the foreground, the three heroes in various forms of bondage, or Colonel Eisen "The Face" at center. Whatever you decide is your favorite element of the illustration, everyone should agree that this is one fantastic piece of comic book art.

We realize many of you would like to bid on this auction lot, so for this listing, ComicConnect.com offers a 3 month, interest free, time payment plan with a 20% non-refundable deposit. Time Payments invoices can only be paid by cash, check, money order or wire transfer.

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19/03/2018
KICKERS INC. Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Larry Alexander pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

"In ? We Trust"

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19/03/2018
KICKERS INC. Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Larry Alexander pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

"In ? We Touch"

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19/03/2018
LADY DEATH (1998) Issue #12 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Steven Hughes pencils and inks; 9.75" x 15"

"The Covenant: The Life of Death on Earth"

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19/03/2018
LI'L JINX Issue #40 Interior Page
Pg. 38; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

"Puzzlers 

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19/03/2018
LAW AND ORDER Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Fabio Laguna pencils, Norm Rapmund inks; 10.5" x 15.75"

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19/03/2018
LIFE WITH ARCHIE Issue #285 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Gene Colan pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 15"

"The Aged Truth"

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19/03/2018
LIFE WITH ARCHIE Issue #285 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Gene Colan pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 15"

"The Aged Truth"

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19/03/2018
KA-ZAR 1974-77 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Larry Hama pencils, Fred Kida inks; 10" x 15"

The Skull of the Lizard-Man!

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19/03/2018
LIFE WITH ARCHIE Issue #285 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Gene Colan pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 15"

"The Aged Truth"

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LIFE WITH ARCHIE Issue #285 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Gene Colan pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 15"

"The Aged Truth"

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KA-ZAR 1974-77 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Larry Hama pencils, Fred Kida inks; 10" x 15"

The Skull of the Lizard-King!

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19/03/2018
LIFE WITH ARCHIE Issue #285 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Gene Colan pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 14.5"

"The Aged Truth"

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19/03/2018
LITTLE ARCHIE COMICS DIGEST MAGAZINE Issue #4 Splash Page
Pg. 69; Joe Edwards pencils, Rudy LaPick inks; 10" x 15"

"Land of SNEW"

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19/03/2018
KA-ZAR 1974-77 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Larry Hama pencils, Fred Kida inks; 10" X 15"

The Skull of the Lizard-Man!

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19/03/2018
JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA Issue #110 Half Splash
Pg. 4; Chuck Wojtkiewicz pencils, Will Blyberg inks; 10" x 15"

"New Devils for Old"

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19/03/2018
MAN OF STEEL, THE Issue #132 Interior Page
Pg. 16; John Lucas pencils, Walden Wong inks; 11" x 17"

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19/03/2018
MARC SPECTOR: MOONKNIGHT Issue #17 Interior Page
Pg. 27; Sal Velluto pencils and signed, Tom Palmer and Chris Ivy inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The Trial of Marc Spector, Part 3"

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19/03/2018
MARC SPECTOR: MOONKNIGHT Issue #17 Interior Page
Pg. 26; Sal Velluto pencils and signed, Tom Palmer and Chris Ivy inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The Trial of Marc Spector, Part 3"

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19/03/2018
KOBALT Issue #11 Splash Page
Pg. 5; Eric Battle pencils, Robert Quijano inks; 10" X 15"

"That Sinking Feeling"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL CLASSIC COMICS Issue #27 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Pete Lijauco pencils, Sonny Trinidad inks; 10" x 15"

"Kidnapped"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS Issue #2 Half Splash
Pg. 17; Tom Grindberg pencils, Dave Cockrum inks; 10" x 15"

"Crossing Lines, Part 2"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS Issue #47 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Steve Buccellato pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Old Glories"

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MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS Issue #72 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Paul Gulacy pencils, Gary Martin inks and signed; 10" x 15.25"

"Ant Hills of the Savannah"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL PREMIERE Issue #8 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Jim Starlin pencils, Frank Giacoia & David Hunt inks, signed by Stan Lee; image size 10" x 15"

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MARVEL SUPER HEROES SECRET WARS Preliminary Sketch
Larry Hama pencils and signed; 17" x 11"

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19/03/2018
MERLIN Issue #2 Splash Page
Pg.1; Rob Davis pencils and signed, Bruce McCorkindale inks; 10.25" x 15.25"

"Poet of Pain"

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19/03/2018
MANY GHOSTS OF DR. GRAVES Issue #55 Half Splash
Pg. 9; Charles Nicholas pencils and signed, Vince Alascia inks and signed

When the Bell Tolled 

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19/03/2018
METAMORPHO - 1993 Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Graham Nolan pencils, Ron Boyd inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Chemical Imbalance"

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19/03/2018
MONSTER MASSACRE Interior Page
Pg. 10; Doug Braithwaite pencils, Dave Gibbons inks; 10.25" x 15.75"

"Headcase"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS Issue #46 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Rodney Ramos pencils, Mark McKenna inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Lost Souls Part 1: Adrift"

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19/03/2018
MOON KNIGHT Issue #21 Interior Page
Pg. 23: Vincente Alcazar pencils, Bob Camp inks; 10" x 15"

The Master of Night Earth

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19/03/2018
MUTANT X ANNUAL Issue #2 Splash Page
Pg. 19; Colleen Doran pencils, Scott Elmer; Andrew Pepoy; Rod Ramos; John Czop inks; 10.5" x 15"

A Sinister Thread, Part 2 "First Blood"

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19/03/2018
MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL Issue #11 Half Splash
Pg. 45; Val Mayerik pencils and paints on art board; 12.5" x 18.25"

"Void Indigo"

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19/03/2018
NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY Issue #50 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Kurt Schaffenberger pencils, Dave Hunt inks; 10" x 15"

"Dial V for Villain"

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NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY Issue #50 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Kurt Schaffenberger pencils, Dave Hunt inks; 10" x 15"

"Dial V for Villain"

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19/03/2018
OUTSIDERS, THE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Paul Pelletier pencils, Robert Campanella inks; 9.5" x 15"

"Eradicated"

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19/03/2018
PEP COMICS Issue #334 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

Miss Grundys Christmas Puzzle

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19/03/2018
PEP COMICS Issue #352 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

Miss Beazly-Turning Pages

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PEP COMICS Issue #274 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

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19/03/2018
PEP COMICS Issue #274 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

Lil Jinx: Long Distance

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19/03/2018
MARVELS OF SCIENCE Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 17; "Radio Progress" Bob Sanders pencils and inks; 15" x 22"; featuring Adolf Hitler and the Hindenburg disaster

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19/03/2018
PEP COMICS Issue #274 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

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19/03/2018
MYSTIC Issue #30 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Al Rio pencils, Roland Paris inks; 10" x 15"

"Ever Met a Real Live Goddess?"

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PROTECTORS Issue #16 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Jim Hall pencils, Larry Welch inks and signed; 11.5" x 17.5"

"So Help Me God!"

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19/03/2018
PUMPKINHEAD: THE RITES OF EXORCISM Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Shawn McManus pencils, Jim McDermott inks; 10" X 15.25"

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MARVELS OF SCIENCE Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 16; "Radio Progress" Bob Sanders pencils and inks; 15" x 22"; featuring Ted Husing, Graham McNamee, Eddie Cantor, Floyd Gibbons, Fibber McGee and Molly

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19/03/2018
PEP COMICS Issue #344 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" X 15"

Archie-Taking Note Puzzle

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19/03/2018
OUR FIGHTING FORCES Issue #155 Double Page Spread
Pg. 29-30; Jack Kirby pencils, D. Bruce Berry inks; 21" x 15"

Artillery "The Big Boomers" of World War II

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19/03/2018
RANGERS COMICS Issue #38 Interior Page
Pg. 36; Walter Palais pencils and inks; 12.25" x 18"

"Crusoe Island"

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19/03/2018
RANGERS COMICS Issue #38 Interior Page
Pg. 40; Walter Palais pencils and inks: 12.25" x 18"

"Crusoe Island"

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19/03/2018
RAVAGE 2099 Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Jose Delbo pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Bio-Crash"

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19/03/2018
RAVAGE 2099 Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Jose Delbo pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10" x 15.5"

"Bio-Crash"

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19/03/2018
RAVAGE 2099 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Grant Miehm pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10.25" x 15.25"

"Apocalypse Next"

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19/03/2018
POWERS Convention Sketch
Michael Avon Oeming pencils and inks; 9" x 14"

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19/03/2018
RED BLAZERS Double Page Splash
Pgs. 4 & 5; Paul Ryan pencils and inks; 21" x 15"; possibly unpublished

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PUMPKINHEAD: THE RITES OF EXORCISM Issue #1 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Shawn McManus pencils, Jim McDermott inks; 10" x 15.25"

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19/03/2018
MARVELS OF SCIENCE Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 14; "Radio Progress" Bob Sanders pencils and inks; 15" x 22"; featuring Harold Arlin and William Jennings Bryan

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SABRINA Issue #15 Interior Page
Pg. 36; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

Puzzles

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SABRINA Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

Lil Jinx: Math Path

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19/03/2018
PUNISHER WAR JOURNAL Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Jim Lee pencils, Scott Williams and Don Hudson inks; 10" x 15.5"

"Sniper"

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19/03/2018
SABRINA Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Joe Edwards pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

Lil Jinx: Math Path

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19/03/2018
SAD SACK AND THE SARGE-1957 Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Artist Unknown; 10.75" x 16"

"Getting It"

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19/03/2018
SAD SACK'S FUNNY FRIENDS-1955 Issue #66 Interior Page
Pg. 28; Unknown Artist; 10" x 16"

"Lonesome"

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RAVAGE 2099 Issue #4 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Paul Ryan pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10" x 13.5"

"The Mark of the Mutroid"

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SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN Issue #173 Interior Page
Pg. 43; Ernie Chan pencils, inks and signed; 10.5" x 15"

"A Tomb for the Living"

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19/03/2018
RAVAGE 2099 Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 23; Grant Miehm pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Apocalypse Next"

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19/03/2018
SHI: NIGHTSTALKERS Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Val Mayerik paints on art board; 11" x 17.25"

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19/03/2018
RANGERS COMICS Issue #38 Half Splash
Pg. 35; Walter Palais pencils and inks; 12.25" x 18"

"Crusoe Island"

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19/03/2018
SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN Issue #5 Cover
Jack Sparling pencils & inks; 10" x 15"

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19/03/2018
SOUL SEARCHERS AND COMPANY Issue #34 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Dave Cockrum pencils, Bob Wiacek and Jim Mooney inks; 10.25" x 15"

"...And All That Rot!"

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19/03/2018
RIP KIRBY Issue #9853 Strip Art
Alex Raymond pencils and inks from Sept. 8, 1953

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19/03/2018
SPACE 1889 Other Comic Art
Paul Daly pencils and inks; production art for Space 1889 rpg; 11" x 15"

"Canal Priests of Mars"

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19/03/2018
SPIDER-MAN AND X-FACTOR: SHADOWGAMES Issue #3 Double Page Spread
Pg. 20-21; Pat Broderick pencils, Sam de la Rosa inks and signed; 20" x 15.25"

"Shadowfall"

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19/03/2018
SPEED COMICS Issue #42 Interior Page
Pg. 38; Art Helfant pencils and inks; 12.5" x 18"

"Biff Bannon Movie Hero"

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19/03/2018
SPIDERMAN-2099 Issue #25 Splash Page
Pg. 39; Tom Grindberg pencils, Don Hudson inks; 10" x 15.25"

"Net Loss"

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19/03/2018
STARMAN (1988) Issue #29 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Grant Miehm pencils, Scott Hanna inks; 10" x 15"

"On the Rebound"

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19/03/2018
SENSATION COMICS (1999) Issue #1 Double Page Spread
Pg. 2-3; Scott Benefiel pencils, Mark Propst inks; 20.5" x 15.75"

"Womanly Deeds and Manly Words"

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19/03/2018
STEEL Issue #47 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Denys Cowan pencils, Sal Buscema inks and signed

"The Message"

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19/03/2018
SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN Issue #221 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Robert Brown pencils, Rey Garcia inks; 10" x 14.5"

"Werewoman"

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19/03/2018
STEEL Issue #17 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Greg LaRocque pencils and signed, Rich Faber and Dave Bednar pencils, Rob Leigh and Mike Sellars inks; 9" x 14"1

"The Seeking Spirit"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
SPECTRE, THE (1987) Issue #24 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Tom Artis pencils, Ralph Cabrera inks and signed; 11.75" x 17.75"

Boyz Be Bad (Ghost in the Machine, Part I)

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19/03/2018
MARVELS OF SCIENCE Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 13; "Radio Progress" Bob Sanders pencils and inks; 15" x 22"; featuring President Truman and Guglielmo Marconi

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Half Splash
Pg. 20; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 28; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
SPECTACULAR SPIDERMAN ANNUAL Issue #13 Interior Page
Pg. 49; M. C. Wyman pencils, Bill Sienkiewicz (as Company) inks; 10" x 15.25"

"In Your Eyes"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 30; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
SUPERMAN Issue #328 Interior Page
Pg. 30; Kurt Schaffenberger pencils, Tex Blaisdell inks; 10" x 15"

"Clark Kent, How Would You Like To Meet Your Real Father?"

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19/03/2018
STORMWATCH: TEAM ACHILLES Issue #7 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Mark Texeira pencils, inks and signed; 10.5" x 15.75"

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19/03/2018
MARVELS OF SCIENCE Issue #4 Complete Story
Pgs. 18-23; "Wax Sculpture Master" each page is 14.75" x 21.75"; features the biography of Leopold S. Schmidt

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19/03/2018
STONEY BURKE Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Jack Sparling pencils, Unknown Artist inks; 9.25" x 13.25"

"Target for a Sniper"

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19/03/2018
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION - EMBRACE THE WOLF Interior Page
Pg. 4; Dave Hoover pencils and signed, Troy Hubbs, Jason Martin and Christy Stack inks; Marina Sirtis signature; 10.5" x 14"

"Embrace the Wolf"

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19/03/2018
SUPERMAN-1987 Issue #132 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Ron Frenz pencils, Joe Rubenstein inks; 10.5" x 14"

"Double Play"

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19/03/2018
SPIDERMAN UNLIMITED Issue #14 Splash Page
Pg. 17; Joe Bennett pencils, Joe Pimentel and Tim Dzon inks; 10.25" x 15.25"

"Game's End"

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19/03/2018
SUPERMOUSE SUMMER HOLIDAY Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 39; Unknown Artist; 12" x 18"

Snippy the Pup "Klondike Kapers"

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19/03/2018
SUPERMOUSE SUMMER HOLIDAY Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 37; Unknown Artist; 12" x 18"

Sniffy the Pup "Klondike Kapers"

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19/03/2018
SUPREME: GLORY DAYS Issue #2 Interior Page
Pg. 21; David Williams pencils, Gary Martin inks and signed; 10.15" x 15.25"

"Glory Days, Part 2"

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19/03/2018
SUPREME: GLORY DAYS Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 20; David Williams pencils, Gary Martin inks; 10" x 15"

"Glory Days, Part1"

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19/03/2018
SWAMP THING - 2000 Issue #10 Interior Page
Pg. 1; Roger Petersen pencils, Rick Magyar inks and signed; 10" x 15"

"Silk Cut"

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19/03/2018
TALES OF HORROR Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"

"Hand of Fate"

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19/03/2018
TALES OF HORROR Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"

"Hand of Fate"

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19/03/2018
TALES OF HORROR Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"

"Hand of Fate"

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19/03/2018
TALES TO ASTONISH Issue #88 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Gil Kane pencils and inks; 13.5" x 20"

After a brief and unsuccessful stint at MLJ as a production artist, Gil Kane began pencilling as a freelancer, and soon found himself in demand (even at MLJ) during the post-Superman comic book boom. Having befriended DC editor Julius Schwartz shortly after the war, he worked alongside Joe Kubert and Carmine Infantino to develop the bright, jazzy house style for DC's Silver Age hero lineup. Kane's clean, dynamic line, and dramatic composition helped define the Green Lantern, the Atom, and others for a generation. Eventually migrating to Marvel by the mid-1960s, Kane worked on a classic run of Spider-Man issues and became Marvel's go-to cover artist for much of the 70s.

This first outing for Kane on the Hulk strip in Tales to Astonish shows how much leeway he was given to buck the Kirby look that most Marvel artists worked under. While Kane's Dutch-angle framing and motion-oriented layouts were breezier than the stolid, earthy look preferred by Kirby and Ditko, his deft pen proved a perfect match for Marvel's adolescent power-fantasy character designs. Kane didn't work on the strip for long, but his tenure introduced the Abomination, and helped loosen up the title to become the gleeful monsteriffic stompfest it eventually turned into once the Hulk got his own solo title back.Excelsior!

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19/03/2018
TARZAN (1996) Issue #4 Double Page Spread
Pgs. 2 & 3; Christopher Schenk pencils, Thomas Yeates inks; 25" x 18"

"Tarzan's Jungle Fury IV"

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19/03/2018
THOR Issue #406 Preliminary Sketch
Jim Mooney pencils; 9.75" x 15"

"War with Wundagore"

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19/03/2018
SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN 1951 Movie Poster
Photographic collage and stat with painted background used to create the one-sheet poster - board measures 20 x 28 inches

Superman and the Mole Men was the first feature film starring a DC comic book character to be shown in theaters. Although there had been serials featuring both the Man of Steel and Batman, this movie was the first of its kind, which was later edited into two parts and shown on TV as episodes of the Adventures of Superman series, starring George Reeves.

We are happy to offer this one-of-a-kind production art for the one-sheet poster used to promote this historic film at auction. The art department at Lippert Pictures produced this wonderful piece of movie advertisement in manner that captured the look of the pulpy, action-packed comic books of the era.

Featuring a large picture of Reeves as Superman as the focal point, the other details are also quite captivating: Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane, the four menacing mole men in the right corner, as well as two small action scenes featuring the Kryptonian hero, one a photo of Reeves punching out a bad guy with a gun, and another illustrated image of the Man of Steel leaping into action in the lower right-hand of the poster. The text proclaims The All-Time Ace of Action! In his FIRST Full-Length Feature Adventure!, along with the title of the film and the production credits.

These individual elements have been carefully adhered to the painted, black, board background. All in all this is a stunning piece of original art created to promote what is a true milestone in the cinematic history of the comic book superhero, a phenomenon which is currently taking international box offices by storm like nothing ever seen before in the history of motion pictures.

This incredibly rare piece measures 20 x 28, features editorial notes and lines around the edges, as well as tack holes, adhesive residue, and some light toning. Any flaws are minor, and can be hidden by a simple matte or frame.

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19/03/2018
THOR Issue #445 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Patrick Olliffe pencils and signed, Al Milgrom inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The War and the Warrior"

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19/03/2018
THOR ANNUAL Issue #16 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Alex and Herb Trimpe pencils, Fred Fredericks inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The Future Dies Now"

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19/03/2018
THOR Convention Sketch
Sam de la Rosa pencils; 10.75" x 17.25"

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19/03/2018
TOY SOLDIER Cover
Arnel Coronel pencils, inks and signed on paper; 9.5" x 14.5"; from Filipino horror anthology "Holiday"

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19/03/2018
TWO-GUN KID Issue #78 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Dick Ayers pencils, Vince Colletta inks; 12.5" X 18.5"

"The Revenge of Jesse James!"

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19/03/2018
THOMAS YEATES ORIGINAL ART Interior Page
Thomas Yeates pencils and inks; 10" x 13"

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19/03/2018
THOR Issue #482 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Keith Pollard pencils and inks; 10" x 15"

"A Match Made in Asgard"

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19/03/2018
ULTRAMAN Interior Page
Pg. 10; Ernie Colon pencils and signed; 10" x 15"

"The Revenge of the Gudis"

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19/03/2018
UNDERDOG ART Double Page Spread
Original art for Tell-A-Tale story book, Pgs. 6-7; features Simon Bar Sinister and Riff Raff, originally published 1966

Original art for the Underdog Tell-A-Tale storybook from 1966. Pages 6 and 7. Features Simon Bar Sinster and Riff Raff seated at a table, Art includes original pen and ink on art board and original color and acetate overlay on art board. Images are 16.5" x 9"

Art is in good condition

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19/03/2018
UNDERDOG ART Double Page Spread
Original art for Tell-A-Tale story book,Pgs. 10-11; features Polly Purebred, Simon Bar Sinister and Riff Raff, image is 16.5" x 9", published 1966

Double page spread (pages 10 and 11) for the Underdog Tell-A-Tale story book originally published in 1966. Includes both the original pen and ink drawings on art board and the colored pages with acetate overlay on art board. Features Polly Pure Bred, Simon Bar Sinsiter and Riff Raff. Originally published in 1966.

Art is in good condition

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19/03/2018
THOR CORPS Issue #4 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Patrick Olliffe pencils, Romeo Tanghal inks; 10" x 15.25"

"What I Did for Love"

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19/03/2018
UNKNOWN SOLDIER Issue #233 Interior Page
Pg. 23; Dick Ayers pencils, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

Destroy Wolf Lair... and Die!

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19/03/2018
UNKNOWN SOLDIER Issue #209 Half Splash
Pg. 11; Dick Ayers pencils and signed on back, Gerry Talaoc inks; 10" x 15"

Tattered Glory!

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19/03/2018
THOR ANNUAL Issue #16 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Alex and Herb Trimpe pencils, Fred Fredricks inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The Future Dies Now"

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19/03/2018
THUNDERSTRIKE Issue #17 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Ron Frenz pencils and signed, Al Milgrom inks; 10" x 15.25"

"The Wages of Sin!"

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Tony Moore pencils and inks; image size 9" x 14"Rick waking up

The third page from the first issue of the blockbuster comic series, illustrated by Tony Moore, shows Sheriff Rick Grimes in his hospital room regaining consciousness from a coma after getting shot in the line of duty. Unpleasant as it may be to stir awake in a hospital, alone and disoriented, he can't begin to imagine the horrific new world he's waking up to. Struggling to regain control of himself, he removes his breathing tube and IV drip and literally falls out of bed before getting his bearings and finding his clothes and badge -- a link to his former life that, unbeknownst to him, has been changed forever by the cataclysmic global infestation by the dead who walk.

Tony Moore's artwork for the first six issues of Walking Dead is now legendary and has been eagerly snapped up by collectors who want to own a piece of what has become a pop-culture juggernaut, going on 175 issues, and inspiring two hit TV series. This classic Tony Moore piece is a perfect foreshadowing of mysteries to be solved and the dread to come.

If you are a new customer planning to make a first-time purchase over $25,000, please contact us 24 hours in advance of the item closing at 212.895.3999 or support@comicconnect.com so that we may approve your account for bidding. (This policy was instituted to protect consignors and bidders against bids from fraudulent accounts, and to ensure the integrity of the bidding process.) Once approved, please log out of your account and then log in, for the approval to take effect.

We realize many of you would like to bid on this auction lot, so for this listing, ComicConnect.com offers a 3 month, interest free, time payment plan with a 20% non-refundable deposit. Time Payments invoices can only be paid by cash, check, money order or wire transfer.

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19/03/2018
TOTAL ECLIPSE House Ad
Bo Hampton pencils, Rick Bryant inks; 10" x 15"

ZZED "Will he save the universe or DESTROY it?"

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Tony Moore pencils and inks; image size 9" x 14"1st corpse

It just doesn't get any cooler than this, issue #1 of the most popular and valuable Modern Age comic, The Walking Dead. Compounding and adding to the stellar awesomeness of this page is the undeniable fact that this is the first time Rick Grimes, as well as readers, is introduced to a corpse, in all of its gory glory, as it tumbles into Rick's elevator after he awakens from a coma to a planet filled with peril and terror.

Just picture it. You're standing there, bursting with the pride one could only experience by displaying this incredible Tony Moore page to friends and family. The Walking Dead phenomenon has taken mass media by storm and shows no signs of abatement. There is literally no down-side to owning this historical piece of comic book lore. Original art continues to rise in value every year, and when it is a piece from such a revered source, the potential growth on this investment is impossible to predict. But it's up there. Big.

If you are a new customer planning to make a first-time purchase over $25,000, please contact us 24 hours in advance of the item closing at 212.895.3999 or support@comicconnect.com so that we may approve your account for bidding. (This policy was instituted to protect consignors and bidders against bids from fraudulent accounts, and to ensure the integrity of the bidding process.) Once approved, please log out of your account and then log in, for the approval to take effect.

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 13.75"Rick confronts Hershel about the "Dead Ones"

In early Walking Dead stories, there was still a conflict and question at the center of the story, were the dead dead? On the wrong side, some felt there was a possibility of curing walkers of their disease, or curse, if you will. Eventually, the rules of Darwin prevailed and our protagonists grew to understand that there was no magical cure and they were all destined to share the same fate. All mankind is doomed to hungrily walk, it's that simple. This page addresses that question directly, as Hershel and Rick discuss the fate of Hershel's dead, and his terrible decision to store them in his barn until he can figure out how to help them. This is another great Adlard page from the early days of this Modern Age powerhouse.

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19/03/2018
TWO-GUN KID Issue #78 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Dick Ayers pencils, Vince Colletta inks; 12.75" x 18.5"

"The Revenge of Jesse James"

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19/03/2018
TOMB OF TERROR Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 24; Moe Marcus pencils; 12" x 18"

"The Cry of Satan"

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19/03/2018
TOMB OF TERROR Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Moe Marcus pencils; 12" x 18"

"The Cry of Satan"

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19/03/2018
UNEARTHLY SPECTACULARS Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Carl Burgos pencils and inks; 12" x 18"

"Unbelievable Story!"

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19/03/2018
UNSEEN, THE - TPB Issue #1 Interior Page
Pg. 61; Dick Giordano pencils and inks; 10.25" x 15.75"; Unpublished

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19/03/2018
VERONICA Issue #88 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Dan Parent pencils, inks and signed; 10.25" x 15"

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #56 Half Splash
Pg. 22; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Dec. 17th, 2008Rosita comforts Abraham

Abraham tells Rosita he was pointing his gun at Rick before he even saw the zombie. He pleads with Rosita to not let him kill again.

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #59 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published March 12, 2009Morgan meets Carl

Morgan sees Carl, and asks if he is Rick's son. Carl says yes and Morgan hugs Carl, saying that he's happy to see him. Carl gets quite scared but Rick tells him its okay

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
UNDERDOG ART Double Page Spread
Original art for Tell-A-Tale story book, Pgs. 20-21; features Underdog and Simon Bar Sinister, image is 16.5" x 9", published 1966

Double page spread (pages 20 and 21) for the Underdog Tell-A-Tale story book originally published in 1966. Includes both the original pen and ink drawings on art board and the colored pages with acetate overlay on art board. Features Underdog and Simon Bar Sinsiter. Originally published in 1966.

Art is in good condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 13.75"Rick and Allen talk about Donna

A great deal of the subject matter of the Walking Dead concerns coping with loss, and in this impressive, moody page, Rick consoles Allen as he deals with the death of his significant other, Donna. The dynamic use of light and shadow serve to create a sense of intimacy between the two men, as they shroud themselves in blankets to keep warm as well as cocooning themselves from the pitfalls of the dangerous new world they inhabit.

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Rick approaches Peter's wife, Jessie, to find out if there is domestic abuse

She confirms that Pete has been changing and has become increasingly violent.

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #29 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5 " x 9 "; Originally published July 12, 2006Rick wakes up in the Woodbury Clinic and talks to Stevens

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #31 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 9"; originally published Sep. 20, 2006Martinez guarding the Woodbury fences

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010Aaron speaking to Rick about Eric's stabbing

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #2 Half Splash
Pg. 22; Tony Moore pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 14"1st app. Carl and Lori, Lori and Rick reunion

Especially in the first season, the TWD television adaptation was kinda/sorta faithful to its comic book forbearer, so when Rick Grimes finds his wife and son, Lori and Carl, it is a poignant, tension-relieving moment in both formats of the saga. Tony Moore captures the scene in all its schmaltzy glory: A group of angst-addled survivors, startled out of a moment of complacency, not to have to retreat from the flesh-eating corpses that have become their new world, but to witness a family reunion. In a story that lets you know from the start, nothing will be sacred, this small vacation from violence is the perfect antithesis to the gore, pain, and loss that has become the American landscape in The Walking Dead.

It could be said that Tony Moore's character designs are reminiscent of Golden Age artist, C.C. Beck. They bear a simplistic, near-cartoonish quality that, when juxtaposed with great attention to detail on backgrounds and gruesome zombies, allows the humanity of his living compositions to stand out in comparison. Moore's aesthetic is at home with many of the titles he has contributed to, with the Walking Dead, it seems to suit the genre perfectly. Art from this series is not rare to find, but pivotal moments and early pages are truly scarce, and a sight to behold. As noted previously, this illustration up for auction is a memorable scene for fans of both the comics and the television series. The winner of this lot will hold a keen memory in their collection that will be instantly recognizable beyond the comic art hobby. It is a part of the pop-cultural lexicon and begs one to call out with a long southern drawl, "Lawry and Coral, I'm doin' stuff, thangs!"

We realize many of you would like to bid on this auction lot, so for this listing, ComicConnect.com offers a 3 month, interest free, time payment plan with a 20% non-refundable deposit. Time Payments invoices can only be paid by cash, check, money order or wire transfer.

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #59 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published March 12, 2009Rick, Abraham, Carl and Morgan grab weapons from the police station

The group are in Rick's old work place, the police station. Inside, Morgan says nobody's been in there for a year. He starts to hit his head on the wall until he starts to bleed. Rick yells at him to stop. They grab some weapons, and once outside, Abraham asks Rick to watch Morgan.

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #11 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 13.75"Rick confronts Hershel about the "Dead Ones"

n this companion piece to Pg. 1 of TWD #11, we have a heated argument between Rick and Hershel concerning the nature of the pandemic they are just learning to cope with. Charlie Adlard, who took over for Tony Moore as artist for the series in issue #7, masterfully illustrated the page. Rick and Hershel stand apart, both with obvious belief in their convictions. Series creator, Robert Kirkman, wanted to hire Adlard as Moore's replacement but was afraid he could not convince the incredibly gifted and popular artist to work on the book. The stars aligned for Kirkman, and he got his wish, and the rest is comic book history. A piece of that history is available for one of our fortunate clients to make their very own.

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #97 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published May 9, 2012Abraham speaks with Eugene

Art is in excellent condition

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD Issue #57 Interior Page
Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75" ; originally published Jan. 7, 2009Rosita comforting Abraham

After saving Rick, Abraham walks away from the group, and Rosita finds him shaking and crying. Abraham tells her he pointed a gun at Rick before he even saw any zombie. Abraham pleads with Rosita to not let him kill again. After this discussion, Abraham and Rosita kiss.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #60 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published April 15, 2009Dale and Andrea talk as they take a walk

Dale and Andrea are taking a walk. Dale says the place is nice, but Andrea says they might not be safe there. Dale disagrees, and says they just have to keep from firing guns, and reminds Andrea about his "pegleg", like Maggie called it, saying that he's not capable of mobility anymore.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #97 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published May 9, 2012After Abraham leaves, Rosita has it out with Eugene

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WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Rick finds Peter Anderson sleeping on the porch of his house

One night while on patrol, Rick finds Peter Anderson sleeping on the porch of his house and Pete tells Rick about having arguments with his wife.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #54 Cover
Back Cvr; Cliff Rathburn pencils, inks, and signed; image size is 17" x 11"; originally published Nov. 12, 2008

After beginning his career at DC, inker Cliff Rathburn found himself a home as the greyscale inker for the Walking Dead, and also contributed many of the stunning, gory and memorable back cover illustrations for the series. This particular piece contains many winks to the discerning horror fan, from the Vampirella shirt, to the collapsed mohawk and even the biohazard sign and alarming headline posters in the background, this is another in a long line of Rathburn's indelible walker images that have become part and parcel of the beloved series.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #14 Double Page Spread
Pg. 2-3; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 20.25" x 14.5"; originally published Nov. 15, 2004Rick and Tyreese find four other survivors in the prison

Rick and Tyreese find four other survivors in the prison they are currently occupying, Dexter, Andrew, Axel, and Thomas Richards. They bring the rest of the group inside the cafeteria where they eat for the first time in quite a while. But, unlike Rick's initial thought, the new survivors reveal they are inmates not guards.

In issue #14 of the Walking Dead, Rick and his group begin the process of clearing out the prison, when they discover four inmates in the cells, and have to decide whether or not to trust these newcomers. In this double-page spread they feed, and then begin to interrogate Axel, Dexter, Thomas and Andrew. The obvious concern and distrust on Rick's face is expertly rendered by Charlie Adlard, who has settled in nicely to his role of artist for the comic after taking the reins a few issues earlier. This is one of the early, pivotal moments in the series, which has repercussions that impact the entire future of the story.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #97 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published May 9, 2012Andrea confronts Rick about their shared kiss

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WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Rick approaches Peter's wife, Jessie, to find out if there is domestic abuse

She confirms that Pete has been changing and has become increasingly violent.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #58 Interior Page
Pg. 18; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Feb. 12, 2009Rick, Abraham and Carl meet Morgan's zombie son

In this tragic and moving page from Walking Dead #58, Morgan Jones reveals his undead son, Duane, to Rick Grimes, And, gee willikers, the look on ol' Grimey's face when he realizes what Morgan has done to keep the boy, er, fed is nothing short of traumatic. It's the most human moments of TWD that contrast so harshly against the stark realities of the character's new normal that make this comic such a huge phenomenon. This page is truly a stand-out among the treasure trove of amazing original TWD art we've been fortunate to present to collectors at auction. Fans of the series are sure to bid fervently over this touching piece.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #31 Interior Page
Pg. 20; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 9"; orignally published Sep. 20, 2006Alice and Rick chitchat

Alice is left to watch Rick, and he asks if Stevens and her are in a relationship. Alice says no, she's single. Rick tells her that he has a wife. Alice talks about how she started to learn more about medicine. Rick mentions his wife again, how he misses her and that she is pregnant.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #31 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 9" ; originally published Sep. 20, 2006Survivor Randy Warburton comes to tell Martinez that the Governor wants to see him

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WALKING DEAD Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010Heath and Andrea talk about his relationship with Denise

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WALKING DEAD Issue #53 Interior Page
Pg. 17; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75", originally published Oct. 10, 20082nd app Rosita Espinosa, Eugene Porter and Abraham Ford

New arrivals Rosita Espinosa, Eugene Porter and Abraham Ford who explains that they are on a mission to Washington, D.C. and were scavenging for supplies.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Rick and Douglas argue about Pete abusing his wife

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WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Pete tells Rick about having arguments with his wife

Rick tells him to sleep inside, appearing friendly, but appears suspicious that all is not well in their household.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks, and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Dwight, Negan and the rest of the Saviors arrive at their base

Dwight as well as Negan and the rest of The Saviors arrive at their base, a factory surrounded by a wall of mutilated and chained zombies, with the supplies from the Alexandria Safe-Zone.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #75 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published July 21, 2010Jessie confirms that Pete is increasingly violent

Peter appears in the darkened doorway just before Rick leaves the house.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #120 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 15.75" x 10.25"; originally published Jan. 22, 2014; Dwight kills the Saviors arguing with him

Dwight emerges from the aftermath of the blast and instructs the remaining Saviors to hold grenades longer before throwing them over the wall. When they turn their back to him, Dwight draws his pistol and kills them all from behind.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #79 Splash Page
Pg. 22; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010Abraham rallies up a group to take out the zombies outside of the walls

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Dwight and a group of Saviors capture Paul Monroe

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Charlie Adlard pencils and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Dwight and a group of Saviors capture Paul Monroe

A group of Saviors capture the follower, Paul Monroe. Dwight arrives with the other Savior, ordering Paul to be tied up, stating that, "He is more use to us alive. Negan's going to have a lot of questions for you."

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WALKING DEAD Issue #97 Interior Page
Pg. 15; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published May 9, 2012Abraham checks in with Heath about the world outside the Safe-Zone

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WALKING DEAD Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010 Douglas and Aaron discuss the decision to give Rick the position of leader

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WALKING DEAD Issue #79 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010Rick informs Heath and Andrea that Eric is ok

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WALKING DEAD Issue #135 Splash Page
Pg. 22; Charlie Adlard pencils and signed; image size is 13.5" x 9"; originally published Dec. 10, 2014Gregory suggests killing Maggie

In their mobile home, the parents of the two boys are fed up with the way Maggie is running things and begin discussing how to handle Carl. In the corner, Gregory informs the bullies' parents that there is a solution and that it involves killing Maggie.

This pencil art, drawn and signed by Charlie Adlard, is the perfect companion piece to the page inked by Stefano Guadiano that we also have on offer in this auction lot. Here, the slimy leader of the Hilltop Colony, Gregory, plots the murder of Maggie as he casually leans against a wall and looks quite pleased with himself indeed. One of the less-sympathetic characters in the series, Gregory is, nonetheless, a memorable personality type of the world of the Walking Dead, one of those people who will stop at nothing to preserve themselves, and cares nothing for anyone else. A classic full-page splash from this pivotal moment in the plot.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Dwight checking his supplies, gets startled by another Savior

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 11; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov 14, 2012Dwight and the Saviors take the captured Paul to their base.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #117 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 15.5" x 10"; originally published Nov. 27, 2013Death of David

Negan stabs David in the neck. Negan apologizes to Holly for killing David in front of her and explains that he wants her to understand that The Saviors are not monsters.

This is another one of those moments in the Walking Dead in which Negan impresses himself on the reader, he is a villain, to be sure, but he is also a man who lives by a set of rules, and woe to those who do not obey his orders. On this page Negan dispatches David with a knife to the throat, after David attempted to have his way with Holly, a captive of the saviors. The shock on David's face followed by the reverse angle of Negan removing the blade combine to create a brilliant, cinematic sense of rhythm, and in the lower panel, we can see the bloody result of crossing the line Negan has drawn in the sand. A shocking, memorable passage from the "All Out War" storyline.

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WALKING DEAD Convention Sketch
Tony Moore signed pen and ink convention sketch; image size is 8.5" x 12"; originally sketched in 2004; Sketch of Rick Grimes

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WALKING DEAD Convention Sketch
Charlie Adlard signed pen and ink convention sketch, image size is 11" x 14"; "To Nick" Zombie sketch

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WALKING DEAD Convention Sketch
Chris Giarrusso pencils, inks and signed "Thanks James!"; image size is 6.5" x 5"

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WALKING DEAD Issue #103 Cover
Variant Cvr; Chris Giarrusso pencils, inks and signed; image size 11" x 17"Chris Giarrusso is a Marvel artist known for his child-sized versions of notable characters

Here's a delectable signed piece of work by niche comic artist Chris Giarrusso that pays a handsome tribute to Tony Moore, commemorating Moore's famous cover illustration for The Walking Dead #1. Giarrusso, the creator of the Mini Marvels comic series, is emerging as the king of cute kiddie-style comic illustration, and Walking Dead fans got a kick out of this change-of-pace alternative cover when it was published as a variant to Walking Dead #103. Though it may be a counter-intuitive approach, the piece emphasizes the status of the comic book as a burgeoning phenomenon.

Set the cute-ified part aside and the details of the original cover have been faithfully rendered, showing Sheriff Rick Grimes reloading his rifle in front of a broken shop window, where a pack of hungry walkers is reflected in the shattered glass and the reader knows nothing will ever be the same. Cute walkers are endearing walkers, but scary nonetheless. This published cover is a great collectible for Walking Dead and Giarrusso fans alike.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #120 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 15.75" x 10.25"; originally published Jan. 22, 2014; Dwight instructs Saviors to hold grenades longer before throwing them

Dwight leads a group of Saviors, instructing them how to attack Alexandria. Dwight emerges from the aftermath of the blast and instructs the remaining Saviors to throw more grenades over the wall. When they turn their back to him, Dwight draws his pistol.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #120 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 15.75" x 10.25"; originally published Jan. 22, 2014; Paul catches a grenade and immediately throws it back over the wall to Dwight

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WALKING DEAD Preliminary Sketch
Jim Rugg pencils and signed; Faux Walking Dead cover w/ walker behind chain link fence; image size is 8.5" x 11"

This drawing is part of a series of preliminaries that were done as part of the Wizard World Pittsburgh Exclusive Variant Walking Dead #1 cover. This sketch/concept is an homage to George Romero's Night of the Living Dead poster.

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WALKING DEAD Preliminary Sketch
Jim Rugg pencils and signed; Faux Walking Dead cover w/Marilyn Monroe; image size is 8.5" x 11"

This drawing is part of a series of preliminaries that were drawn for the Wizard World Pittsburgh Exclusive Variant Walking Dead #1 cover. This sketch/concept is inspired by the work of celebrated Pittsburgh artist Andy Warhol. One of Warhol's best known and most iconic works of art is a series of silkscreens and paintings featuring Marilyn Monroe.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #126 Half Splash
Pg. 6; Charlie Adlard pencils and signed; image size is 13.5" x 9"; originally published April 23, 2014As Rick and Negan fight, Negan manages to break Rick's leg before passing out

Issue #126 of The Walking Dead is the final entry in the "All Out War" story arc, where the conflict that has raged between Rick Grimes' Survivors and Negan's Saviors is resolved. This brutal page depicts Negan snapping Rick's leg shortly after Rick has slashed his throat. The scene is the ultimate crescendo of the struggle between the two leaders, whose rivalry has captured the imaginations of comic book fans and TV viewers alike. As the television show does not always adhere to the plot of the comic, this page may stand alone as an important chapter in the comic book storyline, or could possibly be recreated in an upcoming episode of the landmark series. In either event, this collectible piece of art will be a treasured acquisition for a serious Walking Dead fan. The impressive piece is signed by the artist, Charlie Adlard, whose raw and powerful style is apparent in this un-inked pencil drawing.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Paul escapes from Dwight and the group of Saviors

As Dwight goes to get Paul from the back of their Jeep, he discovers that Paul had managed to escape them. "Not one word to Negan about any of this", Dwight urges to another Savior, who agrees.

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WALKING DEAD Preliminary Sketch
Jim Rugg pencils and signed; faux Walking Dead cover; image size is 8.5" x 11"

This drawing is part of a series of preliminaries that were drawn for the Wizard World Pittsburgh Exclusive Variant Walking Dead #1 cover. This sketch/concept is based on a scene from the Walking Dead #1 comic book. This is the sketch for the final cover art (final art pictured above). The pencil drawing is the auction piece not the final color cover.

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WALKING DEAD HARDCOVER Issue #7 Cover
Back Cvr; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 13.5" x 9"; originally published Oct. 18, 2011

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Originally published as the back cover for Walking Dead Hard Cover Vol. 7

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: MICHONNE Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and mixed media on red board w/matte frame; 9" x 13"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: MICHONNE Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and mixed media on red board; 11.5" x 8.25"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: MICHONNE Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 11.5" x 8.25"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: MICHONNE Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal w/matte frame; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #119 Splash Page
Pg. 18; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed; image size 11" x 16.25"Negan yelling for Rick to come out

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WALKING DEAD Commissioned Art
Gorgeous commisioned cover, art by Matthew Kirscht; image size 15" x 9.75"

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WALKING DEAD Convention Sketch
Tony Moore signed pen and ink convention sketch; image size is 10.5" x 6.75"; All this and brains too!

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD Convention Sketch
Chris Giarrusso pencils, inks and signed; image size is 8.5" x 11"; sketch of Rick Grimes

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WALKING DEAD Preliminary Sketch
Jim Rugg pencils and signed; faux Walking Dead cover of Rick Grimes; image size is 8.5" x 11"

This drawing is part of a series of preliminaries that were drawn for the Wizard World Pittsburgh Exclusive Variant Walking Dead #1 cover. This sketch/concept is based on a scene from the Walking Dead #1 comic book (and maybe a nod to the classic VHS Lucio Fulci's Zombie cover).

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 11.75" x 16.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #104 Interior Page
Pg. 9; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size is 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 14, 2012Paul Monroe and some Saviors battle before Paul is finally caught.

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WALKING DEAD Illustration
9 pen and ink drawings by Charlie Adlard of members of Slipknot; All images 11.5" x 7.75"; published May 2015 in Metal Hammer magazine

Incredibly cool and rare! Charlie Adlard did 9 individual pen and ink drawings. One of each member of the notorious heavy metal band Slipknot! Originally published in the May 2015 issue of Metal Hammer magazine that includes an interview with Cory Taylor of Slipknot and Charlie Adlard. Charlie's drawings are all over the interior of the magazine plus the front cover illustration of Corey Taylor! Lot comes with a copy of the original Metal Hammer magazine! All drawings are signed by Charlie Adlard!

The pairing of one of comic book's pre-eminent horror artists with one of Heavy Metal's biggest horror-based acts is a match made in, somewhere other than heaven, to say the least. This brilliant set of nine drawing of members of Slipknot, rendered by Charlie Adlard is nothing short of awesome. Originally published in Metal Hammer magazine, this group of ill-tempered illustrations, all signed by the artist, are sure to please TWD and Heavy Metal fans alike.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #135 Splash Page
Pg. 22; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 16.25" x 10.75"; originally published Dec. 10, 2014Gregory suggests killing Maggie

In their mobile home, the parents of the two boys are fed up with the way Maggie is running things and begin discussing how to handle Carl. In the corner, Gregory informs the bullies' parents that there is a solution and that it involves killing Maggie.

There are many strategies that the different characters in TWD employ in order to survive, brains, stealth, speed, brute force, and then there is Gregory, whose main skills seem to be betrayal, crying, plotting and being a snake in general. The leader of the Hilltop Colony survives mainly by throwing others in his path, and in this wonderful page, Gregory is shown in all of his backstabbing glory, perfectly at peace with his plan to kill Maggie, almost smug about it. It is this depth of character and the deft portrayals of their inner selves through the skilled illustrations that set the Walking Dead apart from the pack when it comes to the modern comic book art form.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: GROUP Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss inks; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: GROUP Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss inks; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: GROUP Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD Issue #126 Half Splash
Pg. 6; Stefano Gaudiano inks and signed over blue line; image size is 15.25" x 10.25"; originally published April 23, 2014As Rick and Negan fight, Negan manages to break Rick's leg before passing out

Issue #126 of The Walking Dead is the final entry in the "All Out War" story arc, in which the conflict between Rick Grimes' Survivors and Negan's Saviors is resolved. This brutal page shows Negan snapping Rick's leg shortly after Rick has slashed his throat, this scene is the ultimate crescendo of the struggle between the two leaders, whose rivalry has captured the imaginations of comic book fans and TV viewers alike. As the television show does not always adhere to the plot of the comic, this page may stand alone as an important chapter in the comic book storyline, or may be recreated in an upcoming episode of the landmark series, in either event, this collectible piece of art would be a treasured acquisition to any serious TWD fan.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: MICHONNE Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: DARYL Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WARFRONT Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 25; Jack Sparling pencils and inks; 12" x 18"

"Nightmare Island"

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WARRIOR WOMAN Sketch
Bill Ham pencils; 6.75" x 14.5"

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WARLOCK CHRONICLES Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Kris Renkewitz pencils, Keith Williams inks; 10.5" x 15.75"

"Perspective"

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and mixed media on red board w/ matte frame; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WEREWOLF (1988) Issue #5 Interior Page
Pg. 27; Wayne Reid pencils, Jim McDermott inks; 12" x 15"

Art lists issue # as 3, but is from issue #5 "Nothing Evil in these Woods"

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19/03/2018
WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: GROUP Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 11.75" x 16.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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19/03/2018
X-FACTOR (2006) Issue #211 Double Page Splash
Pgs. 10-11; Pat Davidson inks and signed; 20" x 17"

[Correction 3/7]: This item does not have pencils, it is just inks over blue line.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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19/03/2018
X-FORCE Issue #97 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Anthony Williams pencils and signed; 10.5" x 15.25"

"Cracked Foundation"

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Waitkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: RICK Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal w/ matte frame; 8.25" x 11.75"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal w/ matte frame; 10" x 12.5"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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WARFRONT Issue #9 Interior Page
Pg. 22; Jack Sparling pencils and inks; 12" x 18"

"Nightmare Island"

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WEIRD WAR TALES Issue #9 Cover
Nick Cardy pencils & inks; image size 10" x 15"

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YOGI BEAR 1970-76 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 6; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 7; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 8; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 12; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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WALKING DEAD PRODUCTION ART JOHN WATKISS: ZOMBIES Preliminary Sketch
John Watkiss pencils, inks and charcoal; 11.75" x 16.25"

While the now iconic television series has enthralled millions, its origins began in illustration. While comic books can be quite cinematic in structure, adapting them to the screen still proves problematic for many films and tv series. For instance, certain elements that worked great for the comic, might read differently to a television audience. This collection of production art is a rare opportunity to own official Walking Dead artwork from the talented John Watkiss, featuring alternative concepts of previously known characters and scenes from the comics and new ones made only for the TV show.

John Watkiss (1961-2017) was a British artist, known for his painting and his work in comics and film production. His career led him from cover artist for graphic novels to storyboard artist and character designer. The artist has collaborated with numerous high profile studios on projects including Tarzan, Atlantis, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sherlock Holmes. Watkiss' work has been featured in the British National Portrait Gallery and The Ford Motor Company Museum.

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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WORLD AROUND US, THE Issue #14 Interior Page
Pg. 18; George Evans pencils and inks; 10.5" x 18"The French Revolution

"Fanning the Flames"

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X-MEN-1963 Issue #186 Interior Page
Page 39; Barry Windsor-Smith, Terry Austin inks; image size approximately 10"x15"

From the special double-sized issue, LifeDeath: A Love Story, we have a beautifully rendered interior page featuring a spat between Storm and Forge. With Storm believing she has lost all her powers at the hand of the evil, mutant-hating Henry Gyrich, she awakes to find herself in the care of Forge, but before their romance can even begin, she learns that the Neutralizer that Gyrich used on her was forged by none other than, ulp! Forge! Cue loud organ swell! Often a comic artist's work will project a cinematic quality. Barry Windsor-Smith's talent in layouts and stylings are above extra, the reader can practically hear the rain falling as Storm socks the doting Forge for a loop. Powerful imagery, characteristic of Barry's incredible abilities, draws the reader into the story. His sporadic, but well-received, work with the title throughout the 80s is sure to be held in high praise by the winning bidder of this lot.

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19/03/2018
WORLD OF ARCHIE DOUBLE DIGEST Issue #22 Interior Page
Pg. 139; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

"Svenson Lost and Found"

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X-MEN ANNUAL (1992) Issue #1 Double Page Spread
Pg. 58-59; Eliot R. Brown pencils, inks and signed; 21" x 15.5"

Blackbird Schematics

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X-FORCE (2008) Issue #43 Interior Page
Pg. 16; Tony Daniel pencils, Kevin Conrad inks; 11" x 17"

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YOGI BEAR 1970-76 Interior Page
Pg. 3; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

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YOGI BEAR 1970-76 Interior Page
Pg. 2; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

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WOLFPACK Issue #8 Interior Page
Pg. 31; Ron Wilson pencils, Chris Ivy inks; 10" x 15"

"Power, Corruption and Lies"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 13; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"Death at Dawn"

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YOUNG EAGLE Issue #3 Interior Page
Pg. 32; Pete Riss pencils and inks; 13" x 18"

"The Secret Cache"

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YOGI BEAR 1970-76 Interior Page
Pg. 4; Unknown Artist; 10" x 15"

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X-MEN-1963 Issue #36 Interior Page
Pg. 13, Ross Andru pencils, George Roussos (as George Bell) inks; image size 12" x 19"; beautifully matted and framed

There are some concepts that strike such a chord with readers that their popularity exceeds even the paneled page, the X-Men are one of those concepts. Having grown steadily into one of the most-beloved franchises in the world, with scores of television shows and movies, it has been proven that no matter the medium, people love the X-Men. This handsome piece features not only two of the original founding members but plenty of the action and excitement that the uncanny mutants have become known for. Complete with the crisp, clear pencils of Ross Andru, and solid George Roussos inks, this vivacious page is a perfect fit for anyone looking to expand their collection, or begin one.

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