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STAR WARS SUNDAY STRIP #69 Strip Art
Russ Manning art; 06/29/80; image size 22.5" x 15" "The Frozen World of Ota" Luke Sywalker and Boba Fett snowboard away from their Snogar captors only to run afoul of a giant Snow-Snake. Meanwhile, Han Solo encounters another Snow-Snake while searching for the duo, while a Snogar horde looks on. This kind of high-imagination sci-fi imagery was right in Manning's wheelhouse, and he delivers plenty of exciting and eye-catching action.

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STAR WARS SUNDAY STRIP #70 Strip Art
Russ Manning art; 07/06/80; image size 22.5" x 15" "The Frozen World of Ota"; Princess Leia pleads with Chewbacca to find Han Solo as C3PO and R2D2 look on. Unbeknownst to them, Mole watches them from his hiding place. Meanwhile, Han is struggling with some Snogars as Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett follow the group back to their city, where they are ambushed by another group of Snogars. Three terrific images of fan favorite Boba Fett anchor this action packed Sunday page. Art includes acetate overlay.

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STAR WARS SUNDAY STRIP #73 Strip Art
Russ Manning art; 07/27/80; image size 22.5" x 15" "The Frozen World of Ota" C3PO frees Princess Leia from an electrified net during an encounter with Snogars, while Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett are rushed by a Snogar horde. Boba Fett destroys their heat generators, which causes the attackers to flee in a panic. The trio then run into Mole, who is sliding Chewbacca into a mysterious cylindrical contraption. Full of classic Sunday serial adventure and great fantasy imagery, this story was perfect for Manning's slick, decisive style of action storytelling.

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STAR WARS SUNDAY STRIP #71 Strip Art
Russ Manning art; 07/13/80; image size 22.5" x 15" "The Frozen World of Ota"; Luke Skywalker escapes from a group of Snogars and goes looking for Han Solo, who is being forced to fix his captors' power machines. Boba Fett shows up to interrupt, and ends up in a tussle with Han, who is rescued by Luke swinging into the fight in the nick of time. Nearly every panel is packed with action, a wonderful showcase for Manning's decisive and active style.

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X-MEN-1963 #36 Interior Page
Pg. 13. Ross Andru pencils, George Roussos inks. Twice-up image size 12" x 19" features two panels of Angel & Cyclops sizing up Mekano

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BETTY AND VERONICA (2016) #2 Double Page Splash
pgs 12/13 pencils and inks by Adam Hughes, 19.5"x28"; absolutely gorgeous double-page splash featuring Hughes' take on nearly every major Archie character, a stunning piece!!

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THREE DIMENSIONAL E.C. CLASSICS #1 Splash Page
Pg. 1; Wally Wood mixed media on Crafttint paper and 5 sheets of acetate; pgs. measure approx. 15" x 22"; rare 3-D layout art Wally Wood was recognized as one of the true greats of the comic industry early on in his career, wowing readers and his peers alike with his admirable illustrating skills and his ability to work in different genres, from humor to superhero, to sci-fi and even adult-themed topics. This special piece of three-dimensional art is a rare treasure, composed of five layers of mixed media on acetate, and a sheet of Crafttint paper, these pages combine to create an almost exact replica of Wood's "V-Vampires!" story from Mad #3. Wood fans are legion, and they are passionate about his work, and this classic 3-D EC page will surely draw a ton of attention from comic art collectors.

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WEIRD SCIENCE #16 Interior Page
Pg. 5; Al Williamson pencils and inks; image size 13" x 18.25" "Space-Borne!" Working with such luminaries in the industry as Al Feldstein, Harvey Kurtzman, George Roussos, and the legendary Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson was in rarified company, which obviously rubbed off on the young illustrator. This page from Weird Science #16 is a typical sci-fi potboiler, with the requisite surprise twist ending, but the talented Williamson cannot help but leave his indisinguishable mark on the material, and thereby raise the otherwise standard anthology fare to a higher level, comparable to his peers at the respected and storied EC publishing house.

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WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #151 Cover
Curt Swan pencils, George Klein inks; image size 12.25" x 18.25" "The Infinite Evolutions of Superman and Batman!" If the sight of a big, bald-headed and unmasked Batman doesn't do it for you, how about a dim-witted caveman Superman with a club attacking a train? The Curt Swan / George Klein illustration on this cover is classic Silver Age DC, a potent mixture of mirth and mayhem, deftly drawn and instantly memorable.

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XENOZOIC TALES #13 Cover
Mark Schultz pencils, inks and signed; image size 11.25" x 17.5" Beginning life in underground classic Death Rattle, Xenozoic Tales was the brainchild of Marc Schultz, a fan of the pulpy exploits of Robert E. Howard and Edgar Rice Burroughs, as well as the house artists over at EC Comics. The series ran for almost a decade, and then found new life when reprinted by Marvel under the moniker, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, this cover from issue #13 is deeply reminiscent of Golden Age sci-fi books, and the masterfully rendered art pays loving homage to the one and only Frank Frazetta, truly an impressive piece of comic art that transcends the ages.

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SUPERMAN #180 Cover
Curt Swan pencils, George Klein inks; image size 12.25" x 18.5" "The Girl Who Was Mightier Than Superman!" This cover art by Curt Swan and George Klein coincides with the growing Women's Liberation movement of the 1960s. The image of Superman being tossed around by a woman is at first comical, but the social message underneath was loud and clear, and Swan's skilled hand conveys the point with simplicity and directness.

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SUPERMAN'S GIRLFRIEND LOIS LANE #122 Cover
Bob Oskner pencils and inks; image size 10" x 15" "77 Coffins!" Although Bob Oskner was primarily known for his work on humor comics in the 60s, he shows on the cover of Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane, that he could handle the superhero genre as deftly as any other. The racy bondage cover really appealed to pubescent boys of the time period, and pushed the envelope of the comics code during the sexual revolution of that tumultuous era.

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CAVEWOMAN: PANGAEAN SEA #1 Cover
Unpublished Art; Budd Root pencils and inks; image size 10" x 15.5" Taking his cue from Playboy Magazine's Little Annie Fanny, Budd Root created his buxom jungle vixen, Cavewoman, who went on to acheive cult success in the twenty plus years since her first appearance in 1993. This unpublished page was intended for the first issue of the longest-running Cavewoman series, Pangaean Sea, but was kept out of the issue in favor of a different final page. Root's deft skills are on full display on this page, and fans of Good Girl Art will definitely take notice of this exemplary piece of independent comic book art.

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BAFFLING MYSTERIES #20 Cover
pencils and inks attributed to Jim McLaughlin; image size 10.5" x 15.25" When Ace Magazines began publishing comics in the 1940s, they had some small-time success with Super-Mystery Comics and other wartime superhero titles, they then moved into the horror anthology genre during the post-war hero drought, and eventually found themselves embroiled in the SOTI dragnet. Baffling Mysteries was one of the top anthologies published by the scrappy Ace, and this moody bondage cover is a classic of the era, beautifully illustrated and keeping true to the company's pulp roots with the evil cult imagery.

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JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #47 Cover
Mike Sekowsky pencils and signed, Joe Giella pencils and signed; image size 12.25" x 17" First conceived in the Golden Age, DC's Multiverse has played a huge role in the publisher's superhero mythology. In this issue of JLA the League does battle with Anti-Matter Man, whose interdimensional travel set Earth-One and Earth-Two on a collision course, and its up to our intrepid heroes to put a stop to it! This thrilling Sekowsky / Giella cover art packs the powerful punch Silver Age DC fans have come to love and seek out for their personal collections.

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MYSTERIES #5 Interior Page
Pg. 14; Iger Studios, Artist Unknown; image size 12" x 18" "The Deadly Double" Superior Publishers Limited was a scrappy little Canadian imprint who put out a variety of original comics as well as reprints of US titles. Their output was the standard fare of the post-war era, when hero books were out of vogue, they specialized in romance, war, and western genres, but also got in on the pre-code horror craze. This page, rendered with great skill by an uncredited artist from the respected Iger Studios, is a gem of horror comic art, and one can imagine it is images such as the one in the final panel that helped give rise to the Comics Code Authority in order to calm the nerves of concerned parents.

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ACTION COMICS-1938 #354 Cover
Curt Swan pencils, George Klein inks; image size 12.25" x 18.25" "Captain Incredible!" This is a classic Action Comics cover, which is well known by Superman fans worldwide, the comical situation is perfecly rendered by Curt Swan, who easily melds Captain Incredible's nerdy physique with Superman's muscular frame. This is one of the largest renderings of Superman to appear on the cover of Action Comics in over 150 issues, and is guaranteed to pique the interest of our comic art collecting clients.

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STEVE CANYON STRIP ART Strip Art
03/14/52; Milton Caniff pencils, inks and signed; image size 21.5" x 6" After achieving resounding success with his Terry and the Pirates strip, Milton Caniff went on to greater heights with Steve Canyon, a strip beloved for its thrilling action and impressive, distinct artwork. This piece was part of a selection of strips and Sundays that were discovered by Caniff's family after the artist's death, and the raw emotion and powerful use of shadow and light blend together to create a piece of art that transcends the strict structure of the comic strip. Caniff was truly a master of his form, and a legend in the industry, and this special page is a particularly memorable piece of his storied legacy.

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CONAN THE BARBARIAN #1 Interior Page
Pencils, Barry Windsor-Smith; Inks, Dan Adkins; 10" x 15" When Barry Smith and Roy Thomas teamed up to create Conan the Barbarian for Marvel Comics, the undertaking was seen as somewhat of a risky proposition, as the muscular barbarian had no connection to the Marvel Universe of superheroes, existed in a completely different time period, and took part in adventures that had more adult themes. The gamble paid off in spades, not only did Conan the Barbarian become an instant cult success, but the character was then spun off into two black-and-white magazines, Savage Tales in 1971 and the Savage Sword of Conan in 1974. Conan remained a very successful character for the publisher and went on to appear in several reboots and spin off titles well into the 1990s. This page, from the very first issue of Conan the Barbarian, shows Conan befriending Olav, the leader of a group of Aesir, as the pair discusses their business arrangement and battle strategy, providing readers an introduction to the Cimmerian warrior and his straight-forward personality. Smith s take on Conan was that of a youthful adventurer, who was still developing into manhood, and who had human weaknesses, very much the opposite of John Buscema s indestructible musclebound death machine. The early issues of Conan the Barbarian are considered to be some of Smith s best, and his clean line work and strong sense of composition were the perfect fit for Marvel s foray into the world of Sword & Sorcery, which coincided perfectly with the 1970s passion for the genre; films, tv shows, books and even new role-playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons all helped drive the demand for the pulpy adventures of Robert E. Howard and his peers. When it comes to fans of Conan, and especially Barry Smith issues, you cannot ask for much more than a page from the very first issue of the revered, long-running series. This one is certainly impressive, as it introduces the wandering barbarian hero to a whole new audience, one which would fall immediately in love with this icon of pop culture.

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AVENGERS #12 Interior Page
Pg. 19; Don Heck pencils, Dick Ayers inks; image size 13.5" x 20" "Versus the Mole Man" appears to be a rite of passage for the heroes of the Silver Age Marvel Universe and this time it's the Avengers' turn to battle the foe from down below. The core of the super-team are all here; Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Ant-Man aka Giant-Man aka Goliath aka Yellowjacket, etc & The creative duo of Don Heck and Dick Ayers whose work on not just the Avengers, but throughout Marvel's SA have massive appeal to the original art collecting community. A particular panel of note on this page gives us a stunning silhouette of the bite-size hero, Ant-Man inside the mechanics of Mole Man's evil machine. Fans of Paul Rudd's performances in Ant Man and Captain America: Civil War will note this is exactly how the mini-Avenger foiled both the Falcon and Iron Man on the silver screen.

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HOUSE OF MYSTERY #301 Cover
Joe Kubert pencils & inks; image size 9.5" x 15" What a great DC Bronze Age Sci-Fi cover by the legendary Joe Kubert. The sense of terror Kubert is able to convey through his detailed line work and cross hatching is second to none. It should be noted for full disclosure, that the alien that appears in the background on this piece of art didn't make it onto the actual comic book. If you look closely though, you can still see part of the alien's thigh that was left in on the comic itself. Take a look at the second image on this listing. You will also notice that Kubert used white-out on his signature on the bottom left and placed it on the top left. On the comic, the signature can be seen on the bottom left still. This is the original art to the published cover.

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MARVEL TEAM-UP ANNUAL #1 Interior Page
Pg. 26; Sal Buscema pencils, Mike Esposito inks; image size 10" x 15.5" Spider-man and the X-Men happen to be on the same flight, unknowingly, whilst returning from a conference regarding the transformation of mankind. Downed by a team of super villains that were formerly top-secret government scientist, mutated by a nuclear accident, who now personify gods of Hindu mythology. Amazing first panel featuring so many fantastic Marvel characters! Starting clockwise there's: Nightcrawler, Spider-Man, Jean Grey, aka Marvel Girl, Wolverine, Cyclops, and Piotr Rasputin, aka Colossus. This epic page of art is right at the start of the story, just before the nefarious villains are revealed. Further panels show Storm attacked by a power similar of her cohort, Banshee as he is blasted with a mysterious mind disrupter.

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SUPERMAN-1987 #76 Splash Page
Pg. 21, Dan Jurgens pencils & layouts, Brett Breeding finishes & inks; image size 10" x 15.5" From part 4 of Funeral for a Friend minisereies Cinematic splash piece laid out wonderfully by the talented Dan Jurgens, followed up excellently with finishes and inking, with a layover from Brett Breeding.

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MARVEL FEATURE 1971-73 #12 Interior Page
Pg. 31; Jim Starlin pencils, Joe Sinnott inks; image size 10" x 15" Awesome double trouble action panels from Ironman and Thing battling it out with the Blood Brothers.

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MICKEY MOUSE #141 Cover
Jack Manning pencils & inks; image size 10" x 11" An exhilarating Disney cover showcasing Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Minnie Mouse careening toward a gap in the train tracks while speeding along in their detached rail car. Of course, this piece is right at home with any collector of the Disney genre, but anyone collecting non-hero, Bronze Age cover art is sure to appreciate these iconic characters in this thrilling composition as well.

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UNEXPECTED, THE #219 Cover
Joe Kubert pencils & inks; 10" x 15"

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WWII PROPAGANDA ART Other Comic Art
Burris Jenkins Jr. pensils, singed; image size 9" x 12" Atomic Harakiri, is our description of this eye-catching piece by the prolific political & sports cartoonist Burris Jenkins Jr. With the explosion proclaiming, "We are the might of the world!" and racist caricature of General Hideki Tojo, it doesn't get more World War Two than this.

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HEAVY METAL BERNIE WRIGHTSON CONCEPT ART Painting
Bernie Wrightson pencils, ink, and water color on art board, signed; 10" x 15" 1981Illustration of the hulking  character Hanover Fiste featured in the stories of Captain Sternn of the early 1980s. Wrightson captures high contrasting lighting with expert water colors and inks. The Jekyll-&-Hyde-like figure creeps into the light aboard some distant, perverted spaceship as one would find in the pages of Heavy Metal Magazine. The perfect wall piece for fans of the counter culture zine or the artist himself.

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DC SPECIAL BLUE RIBBON DIGEST #24 Cover
Wraparound cover, Joe Kubert pencils and inks House of Mystery Upon this iconic DC cover, Joe Kubert channels his inner Bernie Wrightson for this veritable feast for the eyes. Do you dare purchase &

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G.I. COMBAT 1957-87 #287 Cover
Joe Kubert pencils & inks, signed, image size 10" x 15"

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FLINTSTONES COLORING BOOK Cover
Tony Tallarico pencils & inks, signed; 8.5" x 7"

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FIRST FOLIO (THE JOE KUBERT SCHOOL PRESENTS) #1 Cover
Joe Kubert Pencils and inks; image size 9.5" x 15"

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FROM BEYOND THE UNKNOWN #12 Cover
Joe Kubert pencils & inks; image size 10" x 15"

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DOCTOR STRANGE, SORCERER SUPREME #36 Splash Page
Pg. 9; Dan Lawlis pencils, Andrew Pepoy inks; image size 10.5" x 15.5"

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SUPERMAN FAMILY #194 Splash Page
Pg. 51, Dock Heck pencils, Joe Giella inks; image size 10" x 15" From the story, Nightmare In New

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TOMB OF DRACULA-MAGAZINE #1 Interior Page
pg 34; pencils by Gene Colan, inks and washes by Bob McLeod, 11"x17"; classic Colan corpse/skull imagery from his most legendary title

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BLACK PANTHER (1998) #48 Interior Page
pg. 15; Sal Velluto pencils, Bob Almond inks; nicely drawn dramatic page featuring both the Black Panther and the "Future" Black Panther

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BLACK PANTHER (1998) #48 Interior Page
pg. 16; Sal Velluto pencils, Bob Almond inks; both the Black Panther and the "Future" Black Panther appear in dramatic compositions; one panel left open for stats

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BLACK PANTHER (1998) #36 Interior Page
pg. 5, Sal Velluto pencils, Bob Almond inks; great action page of Killmonger singlehandedly taking down a massive rhino

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BLACK PANTHER (1998) #48 Interior Page
pg 8, pencils by Sal Velluto, inks by Bob Almond; two panels left open for stats, but a fantastic Black Panther action pose anchors this page

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WOLVERINE (2003) #2 Interior Page
pg.3; Darrick Robertson pencils, Tom Palmer inks; Wolvie pops bullets from his chest like pimples

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WOLVERINE (2003) #19 Interior Page
pg.14; Darrick Robertson pencils, Tom Palmer inks; Wolverine vs Sabretooth in a batlle royale

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WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #11 Half Splash
pg. 9; Nick Bradshaw pencils; Iceman holds his own against the Red Hulk

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WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #1 Half Splash
pg. 14; Chris Bachalo pencils; Comical page from the first issue. Wolverine places Danger Room traps in all rooms &including the bathroom

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WOLVERINE (2003) #39 Interior Page
pg.10; Javier Saltares pencils (Breakdowns), Mark Texeira inks (finishes)

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WOLVERINE ORIGINS #40 Interior Page
pg. 13; Scot Eaton pencils; Wolverine vs Romulus,Wolverine figures out about Romulus's fake claws.

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X-MEN-1963 #162 Interior Page
pg. 15; Dave Cockrum pencils, Bob Wiacek inks; amazing page from first Brood storyline; Wolverine and Kitty Pride are getting infected by the queen

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X-FACTOR SPECIAL: LAYLA MILLER #1 Splash Page
pg. 22; Valentine de Landro pencils; Cyborg Scott Summer threatening Layla Miller

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WOLVERINE: NETSUKE #1 Interior Page
pg. 15; panel painted by by George Pratt. George won an Eisner Award in 2003 for this series; on think paper (10.75"x14.25"). panel shown on page in second image

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WOLVERINE ORIGINS #28 Interior Page
pg. 21; Mike Deodato pencils and inks; First meeting of Wolverine

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WHAT IF-1989 #87 Interior Page
pg.21; Frank Teran pencils and inks; Amazing action page with Sabretooth getting attacked by Sentinels and then chasing after Jubilee.

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GREEN GOBLIN #10 Splash Page
pg. 16; Scott McDaniel pencils, Derek Fisher inks; great Hulk screaming splash

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DARK CLAW ADVENTURES #1 Interior Page
pg.9; Ty Templeton pencils (breakdowns), Rich Burchett inks (finishes)

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AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #10 Cover
prelim sketches for variant cvr by Nick Bradshaw

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WINTER SOLDIER #12 Double Page Splash
pgs 2-3; Jackson Guice pencils (as Butch); Wolverine vs. Winter Soldier

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INCREDIBLE HULK (2011) #12 Interior Page
pg. 10; Carlos Pacheco pencils; Wolverine and the Thing versus the Hulk

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INCREDIBLE HULK (2000) #95 Interior Page
pg. 17; Carlos Pagulayan pencils; Silver Surfer frees the Warbound from their restraints - historic!

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #20 Interior Page
pg.10; Greg Tocchini pencils and inks; Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Deadpool out for a drink

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TEAM X / TEAM 7 #1 Interior Page
pg. 25; Steve Epting pencils, Klaus Janson inks; Wolverine, Sabretooth and Maverick working as a team to escape

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TEAM X / TEAM 7 #1 Interior Page
pg.9; Steve Epting pencils, Klaus Janson inks; : Featuring Wolverine, Sabretooth and Maverick. Before they were heroes and villains.

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NATION X: X-FACTOR #1 Interior Page
pg. 32; Valentine de Landro pencils - full team!

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WOLVERINE-1988 #102 Half Splash
pg. 15; Adam Kubert pencils, Dan Green inks; Wolverine in his "beast" stage after Genesis failed to place the Adamantium back into his body

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WOLVERINE (2003) #42 Half Splash
pg. 3; Humberto Ramos pencils and inks; great action in a Wolverine vs. Knight battle

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KEN KELLY'S WARLORD OF ANTARES Painting
Oil. 30-1/2" x 24-1/2". 1987. Original painting from the book of the same name by writer Alan Burt Akers from The Dray Prescot series published by Daw Books.

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KEN KELLY'S VAMPIRELLA Painting
Oil. 20" x 15". 2005. Great Vampirella by Ken Kelly. Commission painting. Sly, wry, and vampiric, Forrest Ackerman's infamous creation is brought to full and sultry life in this slick and eye-popping commissioned painting from the great Ken Kelly, whose fantasy and adventure covers graced many of the great pulp cult magazines. Complete with appropriately macabre setting and with lifelike gaze, this is one of the nicest portraits of this irresistible vamp that we've yet seen, with colors that pop, and alarmingly lifelike eyes. You couldn't wish for a more perfect image of Vampirella than this, and Kelly's artistry takes this piece from the sexy to the sublime.

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KEN KELLY'S SAVAGE DEMON Painting
Ken Kelly oil on board; 20" x 15"; This painting was used as a chase card in one of the Ken Kelly card sets in the early 90's, the card was inserted in some packages

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MEN IN BLACK, THE #1 Interior Page
pg. 13; Sandy Carruthers pencils, inks; on 11"x17" board - first neuralyzer 1st app. of Agent J and Agent K

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MEN IN BLACK, THE #1 Interior Page
pg. 25; Sandy Carruthers pencils, inks; on 11"x17" board - the page only gets louder and messier as you go 1st app. of Agent J and Agent K

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MEN IN BLACK, THE #1 Interior Page
pg. 27; Sandy Carruthers pencils, inks; on 11"x17" board - a deserved end for the berzerk pusher 1st app. of Agent J and Agent K

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MEN IN BLACK, THE #1 Half Splash
pg. 11; Sandy Carruthers pencils, inks; on 11"x17" board - crashing a berzerk party 1st app. of Agent J and Agent K

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MEN IN BLACK, THE #1 Interior Page
pg. 12; Sandy Carruthers pencils, inks; on 11"x17" board; violent exchange of gunfire! 1st app. of Agent J and Agent K

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MARTIAN MANHUNTER (1988) Pin Up
Tom Mandrake pencils, inks and signed; 12" x 17"

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PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN #40 Interior Page
Pg. 21; Mark Buckingham pencils, Wayne Faucher inks; 11" x 17"

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SPECTRE, THE (1992) #37 Cover
Tom Mandrake pencils, inks and signed; 12" x 17"; paste-ups on acetate overlay

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WITCHES TALES 1951-54 #21 Cover
Pencils and inks by Lee Elias; 12.5" x 20"

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X-MEN CLASSIC #51 Cover
Steve Lightle pensils and inks; signed; image size 10" x 15" Storm, Dr. Doom, and Wolverine Cover Story from X-Men #147

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WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #20 Cover
Gil Kane pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 11" x 16"

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GREEN LANTERN (2005) #9 Double Page Spread
Pgs. 8-9; Ethan Van Sciver inks over blue line; 17" x 22"

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CLASSIC X-MEN #38 Cover
Steve Lightle pencils & inks, signed; image size 9.5" x 15" Phoenix (Jean Grey), Mastermind, and Cyclops Cover Dark Phoenix Saga Part: 4

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LOBO #34 Splash Page
Pg. 2; Frank Gomez pencils; 11" x 17"

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CLASSIC X-MEN #41 Cover
Steve Lightle pencils and inks, signed; image size 9.5" x 15" Dark Phoenix (Jean Grey), Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, Colossus, and Nightcrawler Cover DarK Phoenix Saga Part: 7

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BATMAN #654 Interior Page
Pgs. 18; Don Kramer pencils, Wayne Faucher inks; 11" x 17"

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GREEN LANTERN (2005) #10 Double Page Splash
Pgs. 2-3; Ivan Reis pencils, Marc Campos inks; 22" x 17" Heavily influenced by the mighty Neal Adams, but also absorbing the sensibilities of 21st Century masters such as Ed Benes and Jim Lee, the titanically talented Ivan Reis was the perfect collaborator for Geoff John's post-2001 rethink of the Green Lantern Corps as an epic space war serial, with all the rough camaraderie, sharp characterizations, and explosive action one would find in a top-tier military thriller or TV police procedural. Where other artists might flinch at a massive scene such as this, or overload it with too much frivolous detail, here Reis expertly guides the eye and provides a sense of motion, heightened drama, and danger.

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JUSTICE LEAGUES OF ALIENS #1 Cover
cover by George Perez (2001) features Superman,Martian Manhunter,Lobo,Starfire,Orion etc

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GREG HILDEBRANDT VAMPIRELLA #2 Pin Up
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board and signed; image size 20" x 30", framed size 23.5" x 33.5" Greg Hildebrandt is constantly coming up with new PINUP/PULP possibilities. This black board includes one of the more famous comic book characters - Vampirella. Vampirella was created by Forrest J. Ackerman and comic book artist Trina Robbins. She made her first appearance in Warren publishing s black and white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1. Vampirella is from a planet that orbits twin suns that were causing droughts across the planet. During this time a race called the Vampiri were created. They were able to transform themselves into bats at will and they had a thirst for blood. However, where Vampirella s story began is where her planets life seems to end. Blood is drying up causing death and chaos among the Vampiri. Soon into their seemingly unavoidable fate, a spaceship from Earth crashed on the planet. Vampirella encountered the humans aboard the spaceship, and discovers that they are filled with what the Vampiri need to survive. Precious blood! She joined the humans in their voyage back to Earth and continued to defend their Earth from other invaders and at the same time, she saved her own planet from death and destruction. Other tales of Vampirella varied from the tales of Adam and Eve to the adventures of Van Helsing. Vampirella is a dark, adventurous, and sexy character who wouldn t want to draw her?! Greg took this opportunity to draw Vampirella not once, but TWICE on a black board! Double the Vampiri double the sexy. This will be Greg's second black board of Vampirella. No one could mistake this Vampiri and her signature red costume for anyone else BUT Vampirella! She has a strong and sexy sense of confidence, and long flowing black hair. Her nails are red as blood, dying to dig into the hearts of comic and horror fans of all kinds. Greg can capture every bit of the character s history, personality, and life through out a drawing. He does so by playing with the posing of a character and facial expressions. Greg is an expert at drawing out a characters personality through out pieces, whether it is our American Beauties or Marvel super heroes. Greg always gives us a little more as a storyteller and painter. Created June 2017

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GREG HILDEBRANDT VAMPIRELLA #3 Pin Up
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board and signed; image area 20" x 30" Greg Hildebrandt is constantly coming up with new PINUP/PULP possibilities. This black board includes one of the more famous comic book characters - Vampirella. Vampirella was created by Forrest J. Ackerman and comic book artist Trina Robbins. She made her first appearance in Warren publishing s black and white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1. Vampirella is from a planet that orbits twin suns that were causing droughts across the planet. During this time a race called the Vampiri were created. They were able to transform themselves into bats at will and they had a thirst for blood. However, where Vampirella s story began is where her planets life seems to end. Blood is drying up causing death and chaos among the Vampiri. Soon into their seemingly unavoidable fate, a spaceship from Earth crashed on the planet. Vampirella encountered the humans aboard the spaceship, and discovers that they are filled with what the Vampiri need to survive. Precious blood! She joined the humans in their voyage back to Earth and continued to defend their Earth from other invaders and at the same time, she saved her own planet from death and destruction. Other tales of Vampirella varied from the tales of Adam and Eve to the adventures of Van Helsing. Vampirella is a dark, adventurous, and sexy character who wouldn t want to draw her?! Greg took this opportunity to draw Vampirella not once, not twice, but THREE TIMES on a black board! Triple the Vampiri triple the sexy. This will be Greg's third black board of Vampirella. No one could mistake this Vampiri and her signature red costume for anyone else BUT Vampirella! She has a strong and sexy sense of confidence, and long flowing black hair. Her nails are red as blood, dying to dig into the hearts of comic and horror fans of all kinds. Greg can capture every bit of the character s history, personality, and life through out a drawing. He does so by playing with the posing of a character and facial expressions. Greg is an expert at drawing out a characters personality through out pieces, whether it is our American Beauties or Marvel super heroes. Greg always gives us a little more as a storyteller and painter. Created December 2017

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GREG HILDEBRANDT CANDY AND CREAM #105 Painting
Greg Hildebrant acrylic on canvas and signed; image size 32" x 41" With every bit of care, Greg Hildebrandt brings to you #105 in the American Beauties Pin Up Series, Candy and Cream. This next American Beauty struts down the streets and into the heart not only of the man in the painting but to all fans of polka dot dresses and gorgeous, confident, and sexy gals! One of the many attractive qualities to the women that Greg paints, draws, and sketches is their confidence. All of Greg s American Beauties have a confidence in the outfit they wear when they walk down a street, a beach, or a stairway. The confidence each beauty carries in a wink, a smile, or a flirtatious grin can capture hearts. Not only are these women beautiful, they all have a story to tell. Where is she walking? Is she walking to impress the construction worker? Or is she simply walking down the street confident and strong just because that s the kind of woman she is? Greg puts so much time care and thought into each piece, from the beginning sketch stages, to laying the paint out on the canvas. His care starts with the very first brush strokes all the way to the end where he works on tightening edges and adding the final highlights. All of the careful work he does makes the difference in each piece he paints. Greg creates a world, a fantasy, and a dream. Created January 2018 Signed by Greg Hildebrandt

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GREG HILDEBRANDT THE SHADOW AND MARGO LANE Other Comic Art
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board, image size 20" x 30", framed 23" x 32.5" First created in 1930 to be a simple radio promotion voice for Street and Smith Publications, the Shadow was so well liked that he became the star of his own show! In 1931 he was given his own publication called, The Shadow Magazine, and by 1937 he had his own radio show! This lead to the famous quote that everyone knows so well: "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!" The Shadow is considered to be the character that helped define the superhero archetype. He was stylized, had sidekicks, faced super villains, and possessed a secret identity. Like some modern day heroes, he preferred to stick to the shadows and darkness where he would terrify his enemies under the cover of night! In this black board Greg also included the stunning Margo Lane. Margo is The Shadow s trusted agent. When Margo isn t fighting crime along side The Shadow, she finds herself among high society crowds. She can make herself friendly and trusted by those who are involved with any sort of crime that The Shadow is looking so solve. Thus making her a valuable and sneaky agent. In this powerful, high impact black board illustration, Greg has expertly captured the mystery, action, and adventure that is such an impressive part of The Shadow and Margo Lane, one of pop culture s most beloved heroes and heroines! Created February 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT THANOS VARIANT COVER Cover
Greg Hildebrandt acrylic on canvas and signed; image size 26" x 38" This painting was a variant cover for the next Thanos cover in 2018 published by Marvel Comics. Thano s beginning started with being born of Saturn s moon and Suni-Sun. He grew to be fascinated with death as a young adult. His powers and abilities included superhuman strength, speed, energy manipulation, telepathy and telekinesis. With all of his power he chose a dark path of death and destruction. He is the main villain in the Avengers films Infinity Wars released in April 2018. Greg accurately captured Thanos  cruel nature. Greg composed the painting to have a larger than life and soul-crushing look to it. Thanos  massive boots destroy the bones below him as he joyfully tosses and crushes human skulls. Created April 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT PRINCESS LEIA Painting
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board and signed; image area 30" x 20", framed size 33" x 23" The beautiful princess in a Galaxy far far away is here! When Greg does a black board piece, he pays attention to value and lighting. He rendered Leia s figure softly and gradually to bring her to life. In contrast he rendered her metal costume with sharp edges and bold highlights. Subtleties like the wispy renderings in Leia s braided hair show how much Greg truly cared about the process, the drawing itself, and the fans. He puts every bit of detail and every bit of texture into each black board. Greg also set the scene with carvings on the platform that Leia is on. Jabba s tail snaking around Leia framing her out and making her the center of attention. Every pencil line and every dab of paint make this piece even more intriguing. To go a step further, Greg added a pop of red to Leia s lips, which draws even more attention to the Galactic beauty! Greg drew Leia as the strong and sexy princess she is known to be! However, this princess is no ordinary princess. She is the daughter of the feared Darth Vader and the twin of the now mysterious myth Luke Skywalker. At the time they were separated at birth and didn t not know that they were related. Talk about family drama! Princess Leia made her first appearance in the first Star Wars movie A New Hope  and continued her journey through out The Empire Strikes Back  and Return of the Jedi . For the newer and growing fans of Star wars she makes reappearance in the Star Wars Film: The Force Awakens . Greg enjoys drawing beautiful women and whenever he has the chance to draw one he does so with excellent detail and care. Created August 2017

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GREG HILDEBRANDT PLEASURE CHEST #104 Painting
Greg Hildebrandt acrylic on canvas and signed; image size 41" x 28" The next American Beauty is also an American cutie! Introducing Pleasure Chest #104 in Greg Hildebrandt s American Beauties Pin Up series. Pleasure Chest is sweet, sexy, and full of smiles. Her adorable bow matches her itsy bitsy bikini! Featuring a 1939 Chevy Woody Station Wagon, this sun kissed and sun tanned girl is ready for a cold beer and ready to enjoy the final hours of the hot sunny day! Greg captures details that we all love about the summer time! He paints the cool blue waves crashing upon the beach. He uses warm tones to paint Pleasure Chests  tan skin. Details in the setting include refreshing beverages served up on the hot summer day. In the surroundings, he paints a surfboard, a beach ball, and the perfect ride to get you there. These elements make the setting for the perfect beach day! Wouldn t you like to spend your summer day with this American Beauty? Created January 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT THE SHADOW AND MARGO LANE Painting
Greg Hildebrandt acrylics on canvas and signed; image size 23" x 32", framed 28" x 36" First created in 1930 to be a simple radio promotion voice for Street and Smith Publications, the Shadow was so well liked that he became the star of his own show! In 1931 he was given his own publication called, The Shadow Magazine, and by 1937 he had his own radio show! This lead to the famous quote that everyone knows so well: "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!" The Shadow is considered to be the character that helped define the superhero archetype. He was stylized, had sidekicks, faced super villains, and possessed a secret identity. Like some modern day heroes, he preferred to stick to the shadows and darkness where he would terrify his enemies under the cover of night! In this painting based on his original black board Greg also included the stunning Margo Lane. Margo is The Shadow s trusted agent. When Margo isn t fighting crime along side The Shadow, she finds herself among high society crowds. She can make herself friendly and trusted by those who are involved with any sort of crime that The Shadow is looking so solve. Thus making her a valuable and sneaky agent. Sexy, sultry, seductive, and supernaturally stunning...The Shadow will captivate you, and Margo Lane will steal your heart! Created February 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT INDIANA JONES Other Comic Art
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board and signed, image size 20" x 30" Action! Adventure! Mystery! Indiana Jones has been in on screen adventures since 1981! Tales and stories about his adventures include The Raiders of the Lost Arc , The Temple of Doom , The Last Crusade , and The Crystal Skull . His costume was not your typical super hero underwear and tights. Indiana Jones was known for his bullwhip, fedora, satchel, and thick leather jacket. The appeal for this hero was that his actions had consequence. Since Indiana Jones was a human, if he took a risk he should not have taken, he gets hurt. If he makes reckless decisions, his decisions affect the outcome and his safety not for the better. It allows viewers to relate to what he feels and makes him a more believable and relatable character. Greg drew Indiana Jones as a stunning blackboard. Greg added the elements of mystery by playing with different light sourcing, and keeping the mysteries and future adventures in the shadows. Indiana however in this image does not let the unknown shake him in anyway. He has his trusty whip in hand and is ready to take action!! Created December 2017

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GREG HILDEBRANDT CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON Painting
Greg Hildebrandt acrylic on canvas and signed; image size 27" x 41", canvas size 31" x 45" This is the beginning of a new series of paintings I just started. I am calling it What If?  That is to say, what if I was old enough as an illustrator when my favorite movies were made, and I was hired to paint the movie posters? Something I have always wondered! This new series is a real turn on for me. I have so many favorite films, and I have always wanted to paint images from them. Now the time has come. I chose to start this series with Creature From The Black Lagoon simply because I love this movie. This film premiered in Detroit in 1954, my hometown, as a 3D movie. I remember sitting in the theatre in down town Detroit, with my brother Tim, wearing 3D glasses, on the edge of our seats. Here I am, 65 years later, finally getting the time and the opportunity to paint my take of these fantastic vintage movie posters." - Greg Hildebrandt Creature from the Black Lagoon is the famous 1954 black and white 3-D horror film that swept audiences near and far off their feet, ocean deep, into the Creature s home and story! A story of science, history, and fiction collide in this epic film. When scientists go looking for answers about a mysterious Creature s fossil they found, they discover the Creature still roams in an area known as the Black Lagoon . Myth and legend tell that those who enter the lagoon do not return. Still hungry for answers, the scientists venture into the Lagoon anyway, abandoning all caution. The Creature, also called, Gill-man,  kills several of the crewmembers on the expedition, and injures others. The Creature is also entranced by one of the scientists, a woman named, Kay. Eventually, he follows Kay down the Lagoon and abducts her. In this painting, the Creature longingly reaches out to the beautiful Kay as she swims freely and unknowingly of his presence. Greg captures not only color and lighting beautifully, but he captures emotion and feeling through the eyes of the Creature. He paints the Creatures eyes wide and curious. At the same time, the shadows that surround his eyes are dark and filled with mystery and loneliness. Created April 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT MING AND DALE ARDEN Other Comic Art
Greg Hildebrandt mixed media on black board and signed; image area 20" x 30", framed size 23.5" x 32.5" This is the final black board of Ming and Dale Arden! Ming the Merciless first appeared in the Flash Gordon comic strip in 1934. He was an evil Emperor on a fictional planet called Mongo  where he ruled with science fiction gadgets and an evil mind. He used his evil mind and magic tricks to attempt to marry Flash Gordon s one true love, Dale Arden. Dale Arden the beautiful heroine is a woman who could take charge of her own life and could manage on her own along side Flash Gordon. In this painting, Ming once again attempts to seduce Dale, but Dale chooses not to give into Ming the Merciless  desires. Greg s black boards have depth, dimension, and a mood. Greg added intricate details to the fictional city that Ming inhabits, bringing a fantasy world to life! Greg also created a dark and seductive atmosphere through lighting and the subtle rendering on Dale Arden s figure and outfit. Created February 2018

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GREG HILDEBRANDT MING AND DALE ARDEN Painting
Greg Hildebrandt Acrylic on canvas and signed; image area 22" x 33" framed 28" x 36" This is the final image for the painting of Ming and Dale Arden! Ming the Merciless first appeared in the Flash Gordon comic strip in 1934. He was an evil Emperor on a fictional planet called Mongo  where he ruled with science fiction gadgets and an evil mind. He used his evil mind and magic tricks to attempt to marry Flash Gordon s one true love, Dale Arden. Dale Arden the beautiful heroine is a woman who could take charge of her own life and could manage on her own along side Flash Gordon. In this painting, Ming once again attempts to seduce Dale, but Dale chooses not to give into Ming the Merciless  desires. The beautiful warms and cools of this painting add depth and dimension to the piece. The cool shadows on Dale Arden s figure subtly reflect the cool light coming in from the right side. The bright blue highlights on her metallic costume catch the blue light and give it a glow. To the left of the figures, the warm light pools in to the scene from the fictional city. The lighting reflects and brings out the warmth in Dale s skin and costume. The warm light brings out the bright and sunny golds in Ming s grand cloak. The attention to detail, color, and light, make this painting more brilliant. Greg makes a fantasy believable and alive. Created March 2018

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SGT. ROCK #357 Cover
Joe Kubert pencils, inks and signed; 11" x 17"

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MARVEL TREASURY SPECIAL #1 Splash Page
Pencils Jack Kirby, Inks Barry Windsor Smith; Pg 62; 10.5" x 14.5"; 1976 Captain America Bicentennial Tales what a beautiful splash page. Cap is prominently featured! The combination of Kirby pencils and Smith inks is just gorgeous!

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SUPER FRIENDS #1 Interior Page
Pg. 10; Ernie Chan pencils, Vince Colletta ink; 10" x 15" Human Flying Fish vs. Aquaman!

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ACTION COMICS-1938 #527 Interior Page
Pg. 29; Alex Saviuk pencils, Dennis Jensen inks; image size 10" x 15" Page 6 of the 8 page backup story, Air Wave Under the Waves An incredible interior page with 5 exciting panels, 2 of which feature Air Wave and Green Lantern. You also have 4 thrilling panels of everyone's favorite thalassophile, Aquaman using his nautical powers to command a heard of whales. "Forward Brother Whales!"

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