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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-37 (Chicago Tribune, 1937). ...
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-37 (Chicago Tribune, 1937). This daily, titled "Auxiliary Power" finds Big Stoop and Connie "pickin' 'em up and puttin' 'em down" as they escape from some "caretakers with boom guns"! The ink and blue wash over graphite on Strathmore Bristol board strip's image area measures 20" x 5.5". In Panel 3, there is a spot where a word balloon was removed during production and artwork was created over some of the abrasion. As is common with dailies of this era, there is a glue stain along the bottom border; otherwise, the condition of the art is Very Good.

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Carl Barks Walt Disney Huey Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks #22 Complete Story Preliminary Artwork Original Art ... (Total: 16 Original Art)
Carl Barks Walt Disney Huey Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks #22 Complete Story Preliminary Artwork Original Art Group of 16 (Gold Key, 1973). Carl Barks wrote the story and provided full page breakdowns to the artist for the story "The Phantom Joker". Kay Wright produced the finished pencils from these breakdowns. These are the original preliminary roughs, complete with extra panels that were deleted to bring this 16 page story down to the published 15 pages. Graphite on 8.5" x 11" paper, they are lightly toned, with some moderate handling wear. Includes a copy of the printed comic (in VG/FN). Overall, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-25-91 (United Feature Syndica...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-25-91 (United Feature Syndicate, 1991). It's a baseball-themed strip, Charlie Brown! Lucy catches a long, slow fly ball -- on the head -- in this very polite daily. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5.25". Signed in the last panel. The strip is Plexiglas front framed to 30" x 16.5". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Syd Shores Captain America #101 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Syd Shores Captain America #101 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). From only the second issue of Cap's own Silver Age book, here he drops in on the action in the story "When Wakes the Sleeper!" This was the "Fourth Sleeper", the first three having appeared in Cap's run in Tales of Suspense #72-74. There is a nice name-check for both S.H.I.E.L.D. and Tony Stark in the first panel, showing how Marvel was sewing their universe together with these cross-references. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a bit of whiteout text correction in places, and the bottom "continued" text is a stat paste-up held on with production tape. The page is production hole-punched in the top and bottom margin. Overall the image area is in Excellent condition.

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Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1961). Flash Fact: We get two great speed feats on this one page! The Flash plucks bullets out of the air, and we get an Editor's note from Julie Schwartz explaining how that works. Then we also get a super-speed 'airplane spin'. It is a Flash-tastic page created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up page header). There is a bit of whiteout art correction in some panels. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1961). ...
Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1961). There is a great science-based explanation on the wrap-up last page for the back-up story "Vengeance Via Television", from noted Golden and Silver Age writer John Broome. The page also features a nice ending panel with Iris West lamenting that she didn't figure out the Flash's secret identity. But she will one day... because the Flash talks in his sleep! Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up page header). There is a bit of whiteout art correction in some panels. The board is lightly toned in places, and there are a couple of stains in the upper left margin. In Very Good condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 8 Original Art (Ma...
Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Conan catches a rare peaceful nap until roused to action on this great page. Interesting back-story for this page: Most of Barry Windsor-Smith's original art for this issue was lost in transit, causing writer/editor Roy Thomas to scramble to get a group of artist together so they could ink on vellum placed on top of copies of Windsor-Smith's work. The image area on this page of ink work measures 10" x 15". All captions and word balloons are hand-lettered paste-ups, half of which are recent replacements. The vellum is slightly toned, as are the original paste-ups. In otherwise Very Good condition. Note: There is no pencil work on this page.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Linus Original Art dated 10-17-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Linus Original Art dated 10-17-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Frieda (with her naturally curly hair) is in the hot-seat on this daily, as she has reported Snoopy to "the Head Beagle"... and things look bleak for our favorite hound. Frieda was introduced in 1961 and appeared often throughout the 1960s; however, by the 1970s she appeared less and less, until being phased out after 1985 (maybe she shouldn't have reported Snoopy to the Head Beagle?). Created by Schulz hand in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel, and Plexiglas front framed to 37.5" x 16". Comes with a COA from Linda Jones Enterprises. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 7 Original Art (Ma...
Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Originally scheduled to be in issue #22, most of the story's original art was lost in the mail. As such, writer/editor Roy Thomas had to scramble to get a group of artists to ink on vellum placed on top of copies of Windsor-Smith's pencils. The image area on this page of ink work measures 10" x 15". All captions and word balloons are hand-lettered paste-ups, some of which are missing. The vellum is slightly toned, as are the paste-ups. In otherwise Very Good condition. Note: There is no pencil work on this page.

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Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1961). ...
Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1961). James Lawton promised revenge on everyone in the courtroom at his conviction in this issue's back-up story, "Vengeance Via Television!" written by John Broome. On this page, Lawton begins that process, and one of the victims is the Flash's girlfriend (and future wife), Iris West. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up page header). There is a bit of whiteout art correction in some panels. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz - Snoopy from Peanuts Specialty Illustration Original Art (c. 1980-90s)....
Charles Schulz - Snoopy from Peanuts Specialty Illustration Original Art (c. 1980-90s). A personal illustration created for one of his friends, Ferd Johnson (artist on Moon Mullins). This piece by Charles Schulz features Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace atop his trusty Sopwith Camel (i.e. Snoopy's doghouse). Created in color markers, on 11" x 14" Bristol board. There are some slight stains along the edge. The image area is in Excellent condition.

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E.C. Segar Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye Daily Comic Strip Eugene the Jeep Original Art dated 7-29-36 (King Feat...
E.C. Segar Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye Daily Comic Strip Eugene the Jeep Original Art dated 7-29-36 (King Features Syndicate, 1936). Over the years, there have quite a few unusual "animals" featured as bit players in comic strips that have become cultural icons -- Al Capp's Shmoo in Li'l Abner and Snoopy in Charles Schulz's Peanuts immediately come to mind. One of the earliest examples is also one of the strangest creatures ever to roam the funny pages. Eugene the Jeep was first introduced on March 16, 1936 as a present to Olive Oyl, sent by her explorer Uncle Ben Oyl. The Jeep was explained to be "an animal living in a three dimensional world... but really belonging to a fourth dimensional world" by way of life cels from that dimension somehow crossed over and mixed with those of an African "Hooey Hound." The Jeep could, at will, disappear and walk through walls and ceilings, with the power to communicate through body language. In this daily, which came at the end of a plotline involving Mr. Chizzleflint's attempt to steal Eugene, the mysterious pet is gifted to Popeye from Olive, who was obviously tired of his shenanigans. Popeye, knowing the Jeep's abilities, welcomes the little guy, and together they will soon begin a quest to find Popeye's long-lost father, Poopdeck Pappy. It is, as they said in Casablanca, "the beginning of a beautiful friendship." This important daily, titled "Come to Papa," was featured in Shirley Glubock's 1979 book The Art of the Comic Strip, on Pages 44 and 45. The art is in ink over graphite with blue pencil on Bristol board, with an approximate image of 20.5" x 4.5". There is some minor handling wear and a few very light stains, but is otherwise in Excellent condition. It's five panels of pure Segar magic, and a must-have for any serious Popeye collector. "Jeep Jeep!"

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Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye Action Comics #198 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1954)....
Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye Action Comics #198 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1954). Classic Atomic-Age goodness from DC with actual Atomic-Age elements on the page! Of note, Superman used his X-Ray Vision to burn something. This was from before his "Heat Vision" was considered a separate power. You get a panel of the iconic costume change in panel six and the page is signed by Wayne Boring in the last panel. The twice-up scale page was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The backside has a hidden treat... a Wayne Boring pencil sketch of a ballerina! The page is slightly tanned, with a bit of edge wear; otherwise in Excellent condition.

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George Herriman The Dingbat Family (with Krazy Kat sub-strip) Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-...
George Herriman The Dingbat Family (with Krazy Kat sub-strip) Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-7-12 (New York Evening Journal, 1912). Krazy Kat and Ignatz the Mouse were both just barely over two years old in this sub-strip that features a rock-throwing incident. The main strip started as The Dingbat Family, with the title briefly changing in 1910 to The Family Upstairs before reverting back to its original title in 1911. Krazy Kat would spin out of this strip in October of 1913. This large daily is created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.5" x 9.25". There are pinholes (one in the image area), and it has replacement side margins taped on from the back. There is a 2" rip in the top margin that has been taped and touched-up. The top margin has a notation that reads "For Monday Oct 7th", pegging the year 1912. The board is tanned, with handling wear. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-10-46 (Chicago Tribune, 1946)....
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-10-46 (Chicago Tribune, 1946). This hand-colored Sunday strip features Corky, with Skeezix in the first panel. The art is ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 21". It is signed in the first panel, and has a funny "Tom Sawyer" joke in it. We think the best joke on the page however, is in the personalized message on the bottom margin... it is signed "To Jimmy Hatlo: I'm sending this a bit late. I'll do it every time! Frank King, 1946". Jimmy Hatlo's own long-running famous comic strip was titled They'll Do It Every Time. This Sunday has toning, with pinholes in the corners, and it is affixed to a backing board in a matting. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Otto Messmer (as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-12-32 (King Features Syndicat...
Otto Messmer (as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-12-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932). The signature says Pat Sullivan, but the truer creator of Felix the Cat is Otto Messmer, who developed the character for a studio owned by Sullivan. This episode finds Felix playing Robinson Crusoe with a grouchy sailor. Felix ends a famine with typical ingenuity. Messmer's vigorous pen line and dynamic radial page composition recall Felix's origins in animated cartoons. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white highlights. The image area measures 20.5" x 16.5", with faint toning. Color registration markers are in place. In Excellent condition.

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Al Capp and Frank Frazetta Li'l Abner Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-2-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 195... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Al Capp and Frank Frazetta Li'l Abner Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-2-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956). Billionaire Chester Ghoul (a poke at fellow cartoonist Chester Gould) tries to break up Abner and Daisy Mae's happy marriage with a pile of money. This Sunday was produced during the period that Frank Frazetta was an assistant to Capp, and pains were made to make sure there were enough bee-yoo-tee-full wimmens in the strips for Frazetta to draw. Thankfully, that is something that Dogpatch, USA does not run short of. The Sunday was created in ink over graphite on three sections of Bristol board with a combined image area of 27.5" x 18". They were previously conjoined with masking tape on the back; however, one has since come loose again. The boards are toned with some discolored art correction whiteout, and the three tiers have been folded between panel gutters to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Overall they are in Very Good condition.

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Dudley Fisher Right Around Home with Myrtle Sunday Comic Strip Hand-Colored Original Art dated 3-19-39...
Dudley Fisher Right Around Home with Myrtle Sunday Comic Strip Hand-Colored Original Art dated 3-19-39 (King Features Syndicate, 1939). On this Sunday's installment, "Chinese Checkers Invades Our Bridge Club!" It's the usual amount of chaos, crowds of figures talking, and Myrtle, of course, at the center of it all. A great example of this charming everyday-life style comedy, this piece was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 26" (counting Myrtle's solo companion strip at the bottom). It has been beautifully hand-colored in watercolors. The logo is a printed paste-up. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1278 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-6-61 (King Features Syndicate, 1961)....
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1278 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-6-61 (King Features Syndicate, 1961). A mysterious female desert traveler is again spotted in the last panel of this Sunday, which was titled "The Return Home". In a few weeks, readers would learn her name is Taloon. A Sunday full of wonders and grandeur, it was created in ink over graphite with red ink key lines on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 23" x 34". The logo is a printed paste-up that has discolored. The text is hand-lettered paste-up on Bristol board. Overall the strip is in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-31-38 (Chicago Tribune-NY News Syndicat...
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-31-38 (Chicago Tribune-NY News Syndicate, 1938). Burma and the Dragon Lady seldom appeared in the same strip, and an appearance of either is highly sought-after. Here, Connie is allowed to say goodbye to Burma... but he wasn't counting on an appearance by the Dragon Lady also! This daily was titled "What A Little Makeup Does For A Girl!" It was created in ink and blue wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.5". There is one small stain on the edge of the pillow by Dragon Lady's head; otherwise, this is in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-27-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-27-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934). Kat is making pancakes to share with Offissa Pupp and Ignatz Mouse. But Kat learns that what goes up doesn't always come down... thanks to Ignatz. These Coconino County kut-upz were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 20". Signed in the lower right and in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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E. C. Segar Thimble Theatre starring Popeye Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-5-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938)....
E. C. Segar Thimble Theatre starring Popeye Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-5-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938). Olive Oyl has been beset by Demons and the gag runs for a few weeks, in this classic daily comic strip titled "It's Practically Unanimous!" Created in ink with blue pencil shading over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.5" x 4.5". Signed by Segar (with a drawing of a cigar) in the last panel. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #646 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-26-49 (King Features Syndicate, 1949)....
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #646 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-26-49 (King Features Syndicate, 1949). Young Jeff dreams of his life as a Knight of the Round Table... but first, he must serve as a waiter at the dinner table. As are all Prince Valiant strips by Hal Foster, this one is chock-full of fantastic and lovely depictions of people, places, and battles. This glorious Sunday was composed in ink over graphite with red ink key lines, on two separate sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 24.5" x 34". The logo is a printed paste-up, with a small tear on the right side, and minor discoloration. All text is hand-lettered paste-up on Bristol board. There is a small discoloration in Panel 4, and a stain on Aleta's dress in Panel 6. Overall in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Burne Hogarth Tarzan #742 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-27-45 (United Feature Syndicate, 1945)....
Burne Hogarth Tarzan #742 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-27-45 (United Feature Syndicate, 1945). Tarzan devises a clever plan at the "Conclave". Hogarth's art inspired many artists and the exciting stories in this strip drew a faithful audience. This Sunday was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.5" x 26.5". The logo is a modern replacement paste-up. The page has been creased horizontally several times. There are minor rips in the marginal edges, corner damage, toning, and pinholes. Personalized and signed by Hogarth in the top tier. Overall in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Alex Raymond Rip Kirby Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-15-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956)....
Alex Raymond Rip Kirby Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-15-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). Under the skillful hand of Alex Raymond, Rip Kirby was one of the most stylish comic strips in the funny pages. Check out the dress on his Honey in this daily from the story arc titled "Zero Hour". The strip was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.75". The board is lightly toned and in Excellent condition. Raymond's elegant signature is in the last panel. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Wolverine V3#22 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2005)....
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Wolverine V3#22 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2005). The Fantastic Four -- Sue "Invisible Girl" Storm, Johnny "Human Torch" Storm, Reed "Mr. Fantastic" Richards, and Ben "The Thing" Grimm -- all look like they're about to be in some serious trouble from our adamantium-clawed hero from Canada, Wolverine! Penciled by JRJR and inker supreme Klaus Janson, the art is in ink over light graphite on Marvel Bristol board, with an image area of 10" x 15"; the condition is Excellent. With both the full FF team and Wolverine, this is like two covers in one! Don't let it slip away, True Believer!

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John Buscema Silver Surfer #4 Cover Re-Creation Thor and Silver Surfer Original Art (c. 1998)....
John Buscema Silver Surfer #4 Cover Re-Creation Thor and Silver Surfer Original Art (c. 1998). "Big" John Buscema re-creates one of the most famous covers from the late Silver Age, and arguably one of his most popular Marvel Comic covers ever, in this cover recreation of Silver Surfer #4. The image area measures 10" x 15". In Excellent condition and signed by John Buscema at the bottom right.

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Chris Marrinan and George Perez Wonder Woman V2#36 Cover Original Art (DC, 1989)....
Chris Marrinan and George Perez Wonder Woman V2#36 Cover Original Art (DC, 1989). Princess Diana soars high above Paradise Island on this lovely and iconic cover illustration, penciled by Chris Marrinan, and inked by George Perez. Rendered in ink over graphite and blue pencil on DC Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Includes the original paste-up stat logo and masthead. Signed by George Perez in the UPC box, and by Chris Marrinan in the lower right margin. Lightly toned; however, in Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 4-24-67 (United Feature Syndica...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 4-24-67 (United Feature Syndicate, 1967). A Peanuts strip set on the ol' pitcher's mound ranks very high on most Schulz fans' wishlist - and this is an exceptional one! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". The board is toned, more so on the edges. It was also folded between the middle panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. This has also caused some of the lettering to transfer from one side to the other. Signed and personalized in the top margin. In Very Good condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-3-42 (King Features Syndicate, 1942)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-3-42 (King Features Syndicate, 1942). Offisa Pupp encounters a "Carpet of the magic sort", and for once, it is not Ignatz Mouse behind the mysterious goings-on. The Sunday was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.5" x 22.5". Signed in the last panel. The board is lightly toned and has a bit of soiling in some panels. In Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Sally Brown Original Art dated 10-2-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Sally Brown Original Art dated 10-2-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Charlie Brown's younger sister Sally gets an entire daily strip to herself! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Previously folded in the middle to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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Ernie Chan (attributed), and Nestor Redondo (attributed) Beneath the Planet of the Apes [Book and Record Set] #PR2... (Total: 21 Original Art)
Ernie Chan (attributed), and Nestor Redondo (attributed) Beneath the Planet of the Apes [Book and Record Set] #PR20 Cover and Complete 20-Page Story Original Art Group of 21 (Peter Pan, 1974). An adaptation of the second movie in the Planet of the Apes franchise. The Power Records adaptation was written by Arvid Knudsen, and the interior art was by Nestor Redondo (with possible help from brother Frank Redondo). Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Ernie Chan cover art (ink over blue pencil) measures 10" x 13.25", with a section left blank where the "Book and Record" caption box would go. There is a missing copyright paste-up at the top of the cover art, leaving a bit of glue residue in the top edge. The boards are lightly toned, as is the paper paste-up at the bottom of the cover art. The cover and pages are in Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 4-20-68 (United Feature Syndicate, 1968)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 4-20-68 (United Feature Syndicate, 1968). Strips featuring Snoopy on his doghouse are highly sought by collectors and fans. This one is a great one and begs the age old question: How does a dog get a sun tan through all that fur anyway? Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". It was previously folded between the center panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Lightly toned, and in Excellent condition otherwise.

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Otto Messmer (signing as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-11-32 (King Features S...
Otto Messmer (signing as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-11-32 (King Features Syndication, 1932). Police officer Felix has a strange case on his hands -- round objects are falling from the sky, hitting people on the head! Our "wide awake" hero becomes a victim himself, in this great early daily. Otto Messmer is generally considered the "father" of Felix, having created him for Pat Sullivan's animation studio in the 1920s; Felix's success on the silver screen paved the way for future cartoon superstar Mickey Mouse. This piece is in ink over graphite with blue pencil on Bristol board, and has an approximate image area of 22" x 4.75". Very slight handling wear in the outer borders; otherwise, the condition is Excellent.

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Carmine Infantino and Jerry Ordway Justice Society of America Illustration Original Art (undated)....
Carmine Infantino and Jerry Ordway Justice Society of America Illustration Original Art (undated). Infantino had long been involved in these characters' histories, having illustrated them in the pages of the Golden Age All-Star Comics, and shepherding them into the Silver Age in the pages of The Flash and Justice League of America. Ordway is no stranger to them either, having drawn so many issues of All-Star Squadron, a title he co-created. This piece is ink over graphite with an image area of 17.5" x 13". It is glass front framed to 22" x 17.5". Signed by both creators in the bottom image area, it is in Excellent condition.

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Otto Messmer Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-28-41 (King Features Syndicate, 1941)....
Otto Messmer Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-28-41 (King Features Syndicate, 1941). Felix is in a quandary that he just can't "bear" in this Messmer-izing Sunday strip! The problem with hunting big game is that you just might catch it! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.25" x 16.75". The board is toned, with graphite smudges in the lower area, and handling wear. There is a minor corner crease in the lower right. It is Plexiglas front framed to 28.5" x 24.5". In Very Good condition. Righty-O!

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Ernie Chan (attributed), and Nestor Redondo (attributed) Escape From the Planet of the Apes [Book and Record Set] ... (Total: 21 Original Art)
Ernie Chan (attributed), and Nestor Redondo (attributed) Escape From the Planet of the Apes [Book and Record Set] #PR19 Cover and Complete 20-Page Story Original Art Group of 21 (Peter Pan, 1974). An adaptation of the third movie in the Planet of the Apes franchise. The Power Records adaptation was written by Arvid Knudsen, and the interior art was by Nestor Redondo (with possible help from brother Frank Redondo). Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Ernie Chan cover art (ink over blue pencil) measures 10" x 13.25", with a section left blank where the "Book and Record" caption box would go. There is a missing copyright paste-up at the top of the cover art, leaving a bit of glue residue in the top edge. The boards are lightly toned, as is the paper paste-up at the bottom of the cover art. There are whiteout art corrections on the pages, and Page 12 has a stripped-in text correction taped-in from the backside. The cover and pages are in Very Good condition overall.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-28-44 (Chicago Tribune, 1944)....
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-28-44 (Chicago Tribune, 1944). One of Dick Tracy's most famous villains is featured in this episode. Check out the last panel for Flattop! Tracy, however, is enjoying "The Quiet of Home". Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 6". One word balloon has a stat paste-up text correction. Overall lightly toned and in Very Good condition.

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Jim Lee What If...? #13 Cover X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Jim Lee What If...? #13 Cover X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 1990). "What if Professor X Had Become the Juggernaut?" That question is fully explored in this issue. It is very rare to find a Jim Lee cover that he both penciled and inked, especially one featuring X-Men characters. The cover features Professor Juggernaut along with Cyclops, Iceman, and Quicksilver. It was created in ink over graphite on Marvel cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by Jim Lee in the lower margin. The corner box, logo, and all cover text are the original stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #692 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-14-50 (King Features Syndicate, 1950)....
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #692 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-14-50 (King Features Syndicate, 1950). The beauty and detail of Hal Foster's Prince Valiant strips is amazing. Foster worked at such a large scale that it allowed him to do essentially portrait work in single panels. Check out the three preachers in Panel 2 of this Sunday that was titled "The Mission". The last panel features the King of Thule, Prince Valiant, and Aleta. This Sunday was prepared in ink over graphite on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined matted image area of 24.5" x 36". The board is lightly toned. All text is paste-up, with some discolored and some text corrections. The logo is a printed paste-up. Glass front framed to 30" x 42". In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #1 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). ...
Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #1 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). The first-ever adventure for the famous team gave the Iceman and the Angel a chance to display their powers. And nobody could portray action like Kirby! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The lower right corner has a slight bend. Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1971). Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) discovers how hard it is to hail a cab in the city... especially when you have an arrow sticking out of your chest! The arrow, it turns out, belonged to his estranged sidekick Speedy. This clue launches the groundbreaking story "Snowbirds Don't Fly". The page was crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Lightly toned and there is a tiny quarter-inch rip in the bottom left corner (with a bit of the marginal corner missing); otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and Trevor Scott Deathblow #16 Cover Original Art (Image, 1995)....
Barry Windsor-Smith and Trevor Scott Deathblow #16 Cover Original Art (Image, 1995). Part of an Image Comics crossover event, this issue was titled "Wildstorm Rising Chapter 6". It is a chaotic and violent cover, beautifully produced by fan-favorite artist Barry Windsor-Smith, with inks by Trevor Scott, and features Deathblow living up to his name as he stands atop a mound of Daemonites. Crafted in ink over blue pencil and graphite on bright white 11" x 17" Image Comics Bristol board. Signed and dated by both artists in the lower left corner. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #84 Story Page 8 Wolverine/Weapon X Enhanced Original Art (Marvel, 1991...
Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #84 Story Page 8 Wolverine/Weapon X Enhanced Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Page 8 from "Weapon X: Chapter Twelve". It is labeled as "Chapter 13" in the top margin, but the original "Chapter 1" was published as a Prologue instead. This series was a game-changer for Marvel's most popular mutant. It gave details on his tortured and forgotten past, and was used as source material for the Wolverine movies. This page was crafted in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". Ever the perfectionist and consummate artist, Windsor-Smith returned to this page in the mid-1990s and redrew Panel 3 completely, then stripped it in from the backside with tape, and signed/noted it as such on the backside. Signed in the lower margin on the front side also. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Wiacek Archer and Armstrong #6 Splash Page 3 Enhanced Original Art (Valiant, 1993/c. 2...
Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Wiacek Archer and Armstrong #6 Splash Page 3 Enhanced Original Art (Valiant, 1993/c. 2000s). Archer and his new buddy (Andromeda's pet dinosaur) get a rude awakening in the story "More... Trouble In Paradise". Originally rendered in ink over blue pencil edge-to-edge on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board, it was later enhanced by BWS with some additional sound effects, and much more dramatic inking on the right side and the lower portion of the page. He also added replacement title and word balloons. (Valiant's production method resulted in word balloons that are notorious for flaking off the page.) This page is in Excellent condition. Signed by Windsor-Smith on the reverse.

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Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1971). We are treated to a scene of Green Lantern charging his ring with his solemn oath on this very page from the game-changing story "Snowbirds Don't Fly". From the first to the last panel, this page is chock-full of great art. Adams was at his peak during this time period, and the combination of Denny O'Neil's scripts and Adams' art was monumental. The page was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The text in the last panel is composed of a series of stripped-in Bristol board text corrections. There is also a stripped in correction in Panel 4. The "continued" caption at the bottom of the page is a stat held on with production tape (as was practice at the time). Light toning. production tape in the top and bottom right side marginal corners, and a slight abrasion in the lower left corner from removed production tape. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz The Shadow #6 Cover Painting Original Art (DC, 1988)....
Bill Sienkiewicz The Shadow #6 Cover Painting Original Art (DC, 1988). A stunning fully-painted cover for the story "Shadows & Light, Part 6: Passion Play". Sienkiewicz fans are legion. From his work on Moon Knight, to The New Mutants, to Elektra: Assassin, he introduced many "Marvel Zombies" to a non-"house style" artwork and turned them into his fans. Recently, the TV series Legion was based on his work with Chris Claremont from their run on New Mutants. Sienkiewicz' later DC work included this modern take on the pulp era crimebuster known as The Shadow! The huge mixed-media piece has a matted image area of 18.5" x 28". It is glass front framed to 27" x 37". In Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd The Strangers #5 Story Page 1 Rune Enhanced Original Art (Malibu, 1993/2012)....
Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd The Strangers #5 Story Page 1 Rune Enhanced Original Art (Malibu, 1993/2012). The ancient god-vampire known as Rune crouches over his latest victim on this highly detailed page from the serialized introduction story for Rune that ran as a back-up throughout most of the Malibu line in 1993. This chapter, titled "The Hunger", was reprinted in 1994 in Rune #0. Known for his high standards, Barry Windsor-Smith further enhanced this piece in 2012 with deeper, richer inks, and added some paste-up text in the lower section, making this a real showcase piece. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white 11.5" x 17.5" Bristol board. It is signed BWS and dated 2012 on the lower left side, and signed and dated again on the reverse. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. - The Falcon New Costume Design Original Art (c. 1971)....
John Romita Sr. - The Falcon New Costume Design Original Art (c. 1971). The original design piece for the Falcon's new duds is enough to make any Marvel fan face front. It is an undisputable bit of Mighty Marvel History! This original art design is almost exact as to how the costume appeared on Page 15 of issue #144. Created in mixed media on paper taped to matting board, there is some discolored production tape in places with whiteout art corrections over the top. Of note, the detailed graphite inset of the falconer's glove, with retractable swingline claw. The matted image area measures 9.25" x 13". The paper is wrinkled, with a minor stain on the right, and the noted discolored tape. "Johnny Romita" is handwritten on the back of the board. At first we couldn't decide whether this represented the artist's signature, but luckily we had the opportunity to consult Mr. Romita himself, who told us "the autograph probably is mine but not sure I ever signed 'Johnny' again." In Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams and Dick Giordano Super DC Calendar 1976 Back Cover Illustration Original Art (DC, 1975)....
Neal Adams and Dick Giordano Super DC Calendar 1976 Back Cover Illustration Original Art (DC, 1975). An image immediately familiar with comic book fans, this began life as the back cover for this fantastic 1976 calendar. Next, some paste-up was added to the center circle (still affixed to the artwork) so this image could be used as an advertisement card for newsstands. Then, in mid-1976, it was used as the basis to lightbox a new piece of art for the front cover for the Limited Collectors' Edition #C-46: Justice League of America. The changes made in this image were to replace the center area with the Justice League of America seal, and to replace Captain Marvel with Aquaman, along with some subtle inking changes. This last image was also later used on T-shirts and on a pint glass. The original art was created in ink over graphite on 15.5" x 13.5" Bristol board. Very slight glue residue near some of the paste-up center parts, with a bit on Batman's hand and lower cape. Some tape in the edges and margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Curt Swan and George Klein Superman #195 Story Page 11 Krypto Original Art (DC, 1967)....
Curt Swan and George Klein Superman #195 Story Page 11 Krypto Original Art (DC, 1967). A great bit of Silver Age DC with some interesting ties to some classic creators. The last panel on this page ties in with the cover scene. The cover was purportedly suggested by Cary Bates, who would become a regular writer in the early 1970s. The story written for the cover image was by Jim Shooter, a writer for DC's Legion of Super-Heroes stories and later the Editor-in-Chief for Marvel Comics. This page features Krypto and two green Kryptonite traps. It was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Lightly toned, with a stripped-in text correction, and in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #2 Story Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #2 Story Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). It was the X-Men's second issue, but it was the first appearance for the mutant menace known as The Vanisher! The story title was "No One Can Stop The Vanisher", but then he didn't count on the uncanny mutant might of the X-Men! Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 18.75". Page 11 of the story ran as Page 15 in the issue due to ads. Light toning, otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #2 Story Page 8 Danger Room Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #2 Story Page 8 Danger Room Original Art (Marvel, 1963). It was Marvel's merry mutants' second issue, and already they were setting up the tropes that would become fan-favorite attractions to this title. Here we have part of the first ever Danger Room training sequence. Only the Iceman is missing from this page, as you have Professor X, the Angel, Marvel Girl, Cyclops, and the bounding Beast! It is an uncanny page from early in Marvel's Silver Age, created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 18.75". Light toning, and there is a 3" rip in the top margin (down, between Panels 2 and 3) that has been repaired with tape. Page 8 of the story ran as Page 10 in the issue due to ads. In Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-21-58 (United Feature Syndicate, 1958)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-21-58 (United Feature Syndicate, 1958). Every panel in this Sunday is a charming image of many of the original Peanuts cast! Included are Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus van Pelt, Pig-Pen, Violet, Patty, Shermy, and Schroeder. This many characters in a single strip is quite a rarity. Almost anyone reading this has seen the beloved annual showing of the 1965 A Charlie Brown Christmas animated feature. Linus' big scene in the Christmas play is a highlight of the show. This Sunday comic strip pre-dates that animated special by seven years, to quite different results! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15". It was once folded vertically through the middle; however, that has been pressed flat and is hardly visible now. Excellent condition.

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Sal Buscema and Sam Grainger Avengers #69 Cover Stat Production Art (Marvel, 1969)....
Sal Buscema and Sam Grainger Avengers #69 Cover Stat Production Art (Marvel, 1969). A classic cover from a beloved period in Avengers' history. Hank Pym had already become Yellowjacket, and Hawkeye had temporarily taken the mantle of Goliath. Kang and the Growing Man face off against Black Panther, Thor, the Vision, and Captain America, and Janet Van Dyne is in danger. The main images are all composed of paste-up stats. Only the outer most edges are original art, including Janet's feet and Goliath's lower left leg via holes cut in the stat. The corner box, logo, and all text are stats on this 10" x 15" cover on World Color Bristol board. The board and stats are toned, with some glue residue near the stat edges. There is a minor rip in Goliath's knee inside the stat's cut-out hole. In Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1971). Oliver Queen just can't catch a break on this page that starts the ball rolling for the story "Snowbirds Don't Fly". The "Hard Traveling Heroes" gig had been going since GL/GA #76, but this is the most famous issue in the entire run, because of the shocking revelation that Speedy was on the Dope. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light toning and a small piece of the bottom left corner is ripped out, just into the panel. In Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1971). Green Arrow finds his estranged ward, Roy Harper (aka Speedy), in amongst drug dealers and users. He assumes Speedy is undercover, but alas, the answer is much sadder in the story "Snowbirds Don't Fly". This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light toning and a small piece of the bottom left corner is ripped out, just up to the panel. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Fantastic Four #14 Story Page 9 Sub-Mariner Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Fantastic Four #14 Story Page 9 Sub-Mariner Original Art (Marvel, 1963). An early page featuring both Johnny and Ben using their powers, along with the Puppet-Master and Namor. O.K., it's just a mental projection of the Sub-Mariner on the page, but he was under the control of the Puppet-Master, so a battle is brewing for sure! The page was rendered twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta "Tree of Death" Painting Original Art (1970)....
Frank Frazetta "Tree of Death" Painting Original Art (1970). As amazing in its layout as it is for the subject matter, this incredible painting by legendary master painter Frank Frazetta features a sinewy barbarian rescuing a wizard from a horrific tree hell-bent on having a magical lunch! Three years after it was painted, it was used as the cover for the paperback Flashing Swords #2 published by Nelson Doubleday. It was also used for a poster print in 1980 and later appeared in a Frazetta art book; yet, many hard-core Frazetta fans have never even seen this one before. The oil on board painting has an image area of 15.75" x 19.5" in the ornate 22.5" x 26.5" open-front wooden frame. It is signed and dated in the lower right of the image area. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia Amazing Spider-Man #100 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia Amazing Spider-Man #100 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). One of the most iconic covers from Marvel's best-known character! Fans were excited to see pencils by John Romita Sr., a spider-artist revered for his nearly five-year run on the title from issue #39 through #95. This is also possibly Marvel's greatest "floating heads cover" ever, as this beauty featured pretty much anyone who was anyone in the Spider-verse! His entire supporting cast (Aunt May, Gwen Stacy, Mary Jane, Harry Osborn, J. Jonah Jameson, Betty Brant, etc.) is present as you would expect, along with the major Spidey-villains: Doc Ock, Vulture, Scorpion, Rhino, the Lizard, the Beetle (ever notice how many of Spider-Man's enemies are based on animals?), Sandman, Kingpin, Kraven the Hunter, Doctor Doom, Green Goblin, and Mysterio. There are also many of his more obscure friends and foes: the Prowler, Captain Stacy, Robbie Robertson, Ringmaster, the Shocker, and a guy named Joe! You can pore over this piece for a long time and still notice someone new! Created in ink over blue pencil on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box and logo are paper paste-ups. The "100th Anniversary Issue" banner is missing, leaving the original art below visible. (A replacement banner has been added to an acetate overlay.) In the place of the missing original banner, you can see how some faces were obscured and then added to other places on the cover. The top of Kingpin's head became Mysterio's dome helmet, and a paste-up of Kingpin was added to the top. Likewise, Jameson's head is an original art paste-up. Signed by Romita in the lower margin. In amazing Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Newspaper Feature Service, 1907)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Newspaper Feature Service, 1907). As the title indicates, we get to meet Buster's name-sake in "Uncle Buster is a dear old soul." Buster Brown, of course, is a scamp of the worst sort. This undated Sunday feature was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The piece was then affixed to a large sheet of illustration board and trimmed to approximately 19.5" x 25". This cuts right through the top tier which had the logo and story title. The page is partially hand-colored with watercolor to give indications to the printer. The piece has edge and corner damage. In Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 11-7-59 (United Feature Syndicate, 1959)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 11-7-59 (United Feature Syndicate, 1959). Snoopy on his dog house in 1959! These scenes are highly-sought by collectors, and this one is particularly interesting in that is is just before the characters and locals stabilized into the look that we most recognize today. As such, you will note that the dog house is just a touch smaller in this appearance than it would seem later on. This daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board. Each panel has been trimmed out, and affixed to a larger sheet of 28.75" x 7" illustration board. There is glue residue near the edges of the individual panels and overall light toning. In Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Linus and Lucy Original Art dated 1-31-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Linus and Lucy Original Art dated 1-31-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). The Van Pelt siblings get the entire strip to themselves this time. Although the strip had already been popular for 12 years, it was around the early 1960s that the characters really hit their stride and their appearances normalized into what we most associate with them today. This work was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.25" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel, and signed/personalized in ball point pen across the first two. The board has been folded between the middle panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Fantastic Four #20 Story Page 10 Molecule Man Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Fantastic Four #20 Story Page 10 Molecule Man Original Art (Marvel, 1963). Owen Reece made his debut as "The Mysterious Molecule Man!" in this issue. He would play a large role in the Secret Wars mini-series of 1984. This page features the entire Fantastic Four (with Reed and Johnny using their powers) by their creators, writer Stan Lee and penciler Jack Kirby. The page was produced twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is a 2" rip on the right side into the image area that is mended with masking tape from the backside, and a large crease that runs up from the right side nearly to the top. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Otto Messmer (as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-32 (King, 1932)....
Otto Messmer (as Pat Sullivan) Felix the Cat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-32 (King, 1932). A BIG comic strip (with an image area of 24.5" x 15") from a day when comics ran BIG and were drawn even BIGGER. The signature cites Pat Sullivan, but history has proved the primary, long-term Felix artist to be Otto Messmer, who managed Sullivan's studio while toiling unbilled as a ghost-artist. As the first cartoon character created expressly for moving pictures (around 1919), Felix made a graceful transition to comic-strip stardom and, by the time of this splendid piece, was among the newspaper industry's most effective circulation-boosters. Here, the cat explores his ritzy new home in search of privacy. Ink and blue pencil highlights over graphite on Bristol board, matted and Plexiglas-front framed to an overall 30.5" x 11.75". In Excellent condition.

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Chris Ware - Lambiek Galerie Exhibition Invitation Illustration Original Art (Lambiek Bookshop, 1996)....
Chris Ware - Lambiek Galerie Exhibition Invitation Illustration Original Art (Lambiek Bookshop, 1996). The Lambiek Galerie in Amsterdam kicked off 1996 with an exhibition of Chris Ware's original art. Ware himself provided the art for the invitations. This piece was created to be folded into a presentable invitation of 9" x 9". The original art was created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 18". There is a touch of whiteout art correction in some places. The work is glass front framed to 21.75" x 20.5". Signed and personalized in the lower right margin. In Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz - Snoopy from Peanuts Illustration Original Art (c. 1970-80s)....
Charles Schulz - Snoopy from Peanuts Illustration Original Art (c. 1970-80s). Snoopy is doing his happy dance, and you will be too if you win this fun piece by Peanuts creator Charles Schulz. Rendered in marker on 9" x 12" paper and personalized and signed in the lower area. The paper is toned, with a slight crease in the upper left. In Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Lucy and Linus Original Art dated 7-22-63 (United Feature Syndicate, 1963...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Lucy and Linus Original Art dated 7-22-63 (United Feature Syndicate, 1963). Lucy and Linus star in this strip, and it comes with a personal letter from Charles Schulz! Has there ever been a more sincere demonstration of sibling affection than allowing your younger brother to mail a letter for you? This daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel. There is slight toning. It was previously folded between the center panels to allow mailing to the syndicate. It has been "float framed" between Plexiglas. The letter is typed on Schulz personal stationery, and included on the back of the 33" x 12" frame. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes Eightball #16 Back Cover Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1995)....
Daniel Clowes Eightball #16 Back Cover Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1995). This alluring and enchanting piece of art was designed to look like a vintage fashion ad, when in fact, the back cover ad was for a variety of Eightball, Lloyd Llewellyn, and other Clowes-related products. Stylish, classy, and "Man-Tested", this work was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 19". Some of the catalog text on the right is hand-lettered paste-up. Overall in Excellent condition.

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John Totleben Swamp Thing #98 Cover Painting Original Art (DC, 1990)....
John Totleben Swamp Thing #98 Cover Painting Original Art (DC, 1990). This pre-Vertigo imprint issue featured a fantastic and horrific fully-painted cover by John Totleben. The intricate detail on this piece just simply could not be completely reproduced on the printed cover. You really have to see the original to get it all. A gruesome masterpiece in oil on 20" x 30" canvas-covered chipboard. It is signed and dated in the lower left. It has had very slight reconditioning to clean the surface and fill in minor paint loss on the edges from a previous framing. In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916). We believe this to be the first appearance of Smithy! Up to this point, Buster Brown was the scamp of the strip, but Smithy out-scamps Buster at every turn! He has a near Alfred E. Neuman/"What? Me Worry?" look in the separate header panel. This historic Sunday was created in ink over graphite on two sheets of Bristol board. The header has an image area of 18.75" x 3.75", and the body has an image area of 18.75" x 20". This gives them a combined area of approximately 18.75" x 24". They are partially watercolored, in the process used to denote a character or an object's color, for the printer, only in the character or object's first appearance in that strip (hence all the un-colored panels). Light toning, with edge/corner wear. There are pinholes in the margins. In Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Snoopy and Lucy Original Art dated 9-27-53 (United Feature Syndicate, 19...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Snoopy and Lucy Original Art dated 9-27-53 (United Feature Syndicate, 1953). From very early in the series, Lucy and Snoopy get the entire strip to themselves! She looks so young here, and puppy Snoopy is adorable! Peanuts strips this early are more rare than catching a glimpse of the Great Pumpkin. Don't miss out! Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.75" x 15". Logo is a paste-up. Some whiteout over the syndication strip and in the first panel. Slight toning. In Very Good condition.

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Fred Ray Action Comics #48 Splash Page 1 Congo Bill Original Art (DC, 1942)....
Fred Ray Action Comics #48 Splash Page 1 Congo Bill Original Art (DC, 1942). DC Comics splash pages from the World War II era are extremely difficult to find. Here's a great one from Action Comics #48 (May 1942) by Fred Ray. Ray is best remembered for his great Superman covers on this title. He was one of the finest artists of his day and the original art to his covers commands a hefty hammer price. We love the layout on this page! Ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 13" x 18". Overall toning, edge wear, some whiteout corrections, and corner wear. In Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb Despair #1 Complete 1-Page Story "Morbid Sense of Humor" Original Art (Print Mint Inc, 1969)....
Robert Crumb Despair #1 Complete 1-Page Story "Morbid Sense of Humor" Original Art (Print Mint Inc, 1969). The inside front cover for this one-shot features a rather gruesome self-portrait of R. Crumb as a sadist. Crumb often presented himself in an exaggerated and uncomplimentary light for self-deprecating comedic effect. This hard poke-in-the-eye piece has been reprinted several times, including in Carload o' Comics, The Complete Crumb Comics #6, and The R. Crumb Handbook, making it a rather well-known piece. Crafted in ink on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 12". The board is very slightly toned, and there is a very minor scratch that runs almost imperceptibly from the second panel into the third. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Mike Zeck and Gerhard "Make My Day!" Punisher Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s)....
Mike Zeck and Gerhard "Make My Day!" Punisher Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s). Mike Zeck on the Punisher, and Gerhard on the backgrounds... the best of both worlds! Zeck made the Punisher a household word and Gerhard quickly became a fan-favorite for his amazing and highly intricate backgrounds in Dave Sim's long-running Cerebus series. This is a prime example of both men's work when in top-form. Created in ink and watercolor on 20" x 32" illustration board. Signed by both in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Joe Orlando and Vince Colletta Daredevil #3 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Joe Orlando and Vince Colletta Daredevil #3 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). The Owl, one of Daredevil's greatest foes, first appeared in this very issue! An exciting action page crafted at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 18.25". There is some whiteout art correction used to add Daredevil's backpack pouch to his original yellow and black costume in almost every panel. With only light toning, it is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Jim Steranko Incredible Hulk Special (Annual) #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (undated)....
Jim Steranko Incredible Hulk Special (Annual) #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (undated). The original artist for this striking cover image revisits it with added color and pop! A bold piece that uses the logo as a physical element of the cover a la Will Eisner's The Spirit, only to more dramatic extent. Crafted in ink and vibrant gouache over graphite on illustration board with an image area of approximately 16" x 23". There are tape residue stains in the outer margins from a previous matting job. The image area is in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer New Gods V2#2 Cover Black Racer Original Art (DC, 1984)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer New Gods V2#2 Cover Black Racer Original Art (DC, 1984). Kirby delivered an all-new cover for this 1980s reprint of the original New Gods #3 and 4. The story "Death is the Black Racer" introduced a new character to Kirby's epic Fourth World saga that was equal parts terrifying and strange. He seemed almost a take-off on Kirby's previous Marvel creation, the Silver Surfer, but with a macabre and deadly twist. This dynamic cover is packed with Kirby power and created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, DC bullet, price info, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. There is also a small bit of original art paste-up to bring the Black Racer's collar up over the logo; however, the original collar art is underneath. Signed by Kirby on the gunman's hand in the lower right. Lightly toned, in Very Good condition/Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Tony DeZuniga Star Wars #9 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
Gil Kane and Tony DeZuniga Star Wars #9 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978). This was the bestselling title in the industry in 1977-78, ringing up sales so high that it "saved Marvel" by some accounts. So most everyone will remember this cover featuring Han Solo. Kids all over America hungered for more Star Wars material, and the first new story arc following the movie adaptation was provided by Roy Thomas, with a Magnificent Seven-like yarn featuring Solo in the Yul Brynner role. He's joined on the cover by his recruits Hedji, Amaiza, and the rabbit-like Jaxxon. Kids who read the comic will remember Jaxxon fondly, though not everyone was a fan: Thomas has recounted a phone call from Lucasfilm's Charles Lippincott who told him that George Lucas "particularly disliked one of the [Magnificent Seven-like characters] being a six-foot alien who resembled a green Bugs Bunny in space gear." Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The image area is somewhat sun-struck from a previous framing. There are cuts through the board along the outline of the uppermost Cloud Rider, done to allow the logo to be tucked in behind the art. Typical production staining. Very Good condition.

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Dick Dillin and Chuck Cuidera Blackhawk #113 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1957)....
Dick Dillin and Chuck Cuidera Blackhawk #113 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1957). With a fleet of crazy aircraft to test, Blackhawk and his crew become "The Volunteers of Doom"! Included on the page are: Olaf, André, Hendrickson, and Chop-Chop. Twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including stat paste-up header). There are some minor stains at top and bottom, and some pinholes in the top margin. There is also a small rip in the top marginal edge. In Very Good condition.

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Alex Ross 4: A Universe X Special #1 Cover Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2000)....
Alex Ross 4: A Universe X Special #1 Cover Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2000). The Fantastic Four are featured on this lovely stark cover painting. The striking piece was created in gouache on bright white Bristol board. It is signed in the 10" x 15" image area. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Vince Colletta Avengers #52 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
John Buscema and Vince Colletta Avengers #52 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The Black Panther joins the Avengers! The page is also stuffed with many Avengers (past and present) - Goliath (Hank Pym), the Wasp, Hawkeye, Captain America, Hercules, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch! The Roy Thomas story was titled "Death Calls for the Arch-Heroes". An incredible four-panel marvel created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5" (including the stat paste-up taped on with production tape at the bottom of the page). Lightly toned, and there are some text correction paste-ups in the last panel. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Curt Swan and George Klein Superman #171 Cover Original Art (DC, 1964)....
Curt Swan and George Klein Superman #171 Cover Original Art (DC, 1964). A classic early Silver Age cover by Super-Swan himself, Mr. Curt Swan. The main image of the cover art was created on a separate sheet of Bristol board, then skimmed off and affixed to this twice-up scale Sparta cover stock Bristol board. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The large original art paste-up section is curling up and coming loose. There is an abrasion/stain on the sun on the paste-up section. The logo and CCA stamp are stat paste-ups. The boards are toned, with pinholes in the top corners, with a staple in the top left. Overall in Very Good condition.

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John Daly Adventure Comics #147 Story Page 4 Aquaman Original Art (DC, 1949)....
John Daly Adventure Comics #147 Story Page 4 Aquaman Original Art (DC, 1949). Aquaman meets "The Man Who Was Rescued 100 Times" in this story written by Otto Binder. This Golden Age great was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the stat paste-up header). The page is lightly toned, with a text correction and art correction paste-up in Panel 3 (with some glue residue near both). There is also an extremely small stain on Aquaman in Panel 5. In Very Good condition.

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Russ Heath Showcase #27 Story Page 20 Sea Devils Original Art (DC, 1960)....
Russ Heath Showcase #27 Story Page 20 Sea Devils Original Art (DC, 1960). The first appearance of the Sea Devils! Dane Dorance, Judy Walton, Biff Baily, and Nicky Walton barely escape "The Golden Monster!" on this page by comic art legend Russ Heath, the last panel of which inspired the cover of this issue. Heath's painted, grey tone covers made the Sea Devils' three-issue tryout in Showcase stand out, and those covers were backed up by Heath's stunning interior art. Crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). In Excellent condition.

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Keith Pollard and Brett Breeding Thor #317 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Keith Pollard and Brett Breeding Thor #317 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Pollard provided the layouts and Breeding finished and inked this page. It was the title page for the story "Chaos at Canaveral", as well as being the credits/indicia page. Created in ink Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14.5" (including the stat paste-up header and indicia). In Excellent condition.

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Superboy #100 "How the Super-Family Came to Earth from Krypton" Double-Splash Page Original Art (DC, 1962)....
Superboy #100 "How the Super-Family Came to Earth from Krypton" Double-Splash Page Original Art (DC, 1962). Baby Kal-El, teenage Kara Zor-El, and Krypto all appear on this diagram showing each of their paths from the doomed planet of Krypton to Earth. An amazing piece of DC's Silver Age mythos, created in ink over graphite on a single sheet of oversized Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 12". Three of the text caption boxes are hand-lettered paste-ups. There is slight toning and discoloration near them. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Michael Kaluta Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion #12 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1973)....
Michael Kaluta Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion #12 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1973). The Witch of the Dark Mansion welcomes readers on the first page of this issue. A stunning and bewitching piece with the intricate detail and fine design details you would expect from Mike Kaluta. Long considered one of the masters of comic art, Kaluta was a member of "The Studio" in the 1970s with other major players, Jeffrey Jones, Barry Windsor-Smith, and Bernie Wrightson. This piece was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the taped-on indicia stat). There is a text correction in the introduction caption box, applied with production tape. There is a very light discoloration in the image area, just below the witch's left knee. In Very Good/Excellent condition, with fantastic eye-appeal.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Cate Blanchett as Hela from Thor: Ragnarok Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Cate Blanchett as Hela from Thor: Ragnarok Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2017). The Goddess of Death in action, on this stunning piece by fan-favorite painter Olivia! Rich in color and detail, it captures the essence of the character in a single image. Acrylic (with metallic paints) on 12" x 9" hardwood panel with a varnish coating. Signed on the bottom right and again on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman Painting Original Art (2017)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman Painting Original Art (2017). A fanboy dream come true, Lynda Carter in the Wonder Woman costume from Season One, as rendered by pin-up painting queen Olivia! A gorgeous work and an incredible likeness, created in watercolor and gouache on 14" x 21.5" rag watercolor paper. Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-29-06 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1906)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-29-06 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1906). The title "That Youngster is a Holy Terror" is eloquently expressed in this Sunday. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 23". It is partially hand-colored in watercolor as indicators for the printer. As was the method of the time, only the first appearance of any character or scenery was colored, then expected to be repeated in the other panels when published. Signed in the last panel, this Sunday is lightly toned, with pinholes in the margins. In Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia Painting Original Art (2017)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia Painting Original Art (2017). An enchanting portrait of Carrie Fisher in her most famous role. The image of Princess Leia seems to be set circa Star Wars: A New Hope, with those hair buns and that blaster. Mixed media on 9" x 12" hardwood with a varnish coating. Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-10-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952)....
Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-10-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952). Frank Frazetta struts his stuff on this daily - a slinky, sexy female in the last panel and a great self-likeness in the first panel. The center panel is very reminiscent of his adventure hero comic book work. An incredible array of work on a single daily, produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.5". The board is lightly toned. There is a fantastic Frazetta signature in the first panel. In overall Excellent condition.

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Lou Fine The Spirit Weekly Newspaper Section Sunday Page 3 "Youth Day" Original Art dated 12-6-42 (Register and Tr...
Lou Fine The Spirit Weekly Newspaper Section Sunday Page 3 "Youth Day" Original Art dated 12-6-42 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1942). The Mayor and Dolan give up their jobs to children on "Youth Day". The Spirit and Ebony make an appearance in the last panel of this page. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 15.75". There are whiteout art corrections in every panel, a paste-up text correction in Panel 7, and some glue residue on Panels 5 and 7. There is also a small abrasion in the text of Panel 7. The gold "13" sticker in the bottom right corner and a stamp on the backside indicate that this page once belonged to comic book historian Jerry Bails. Overall in Good/Very Good condition.

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Bill Watterson Calvin and Hobbes Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-20-86 (Universal Press Syndicate, 1986)....
Bill Watterson Calvin and Hobbes Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-20-86 (Universal Press Syndicate, 1986). Original Calvin and Hobbes strips more rare than a talking tiger, and we have only offered two older than this one before. The gag on this one could make Buster Brown proud. We can easily see Buster pulling this prank on Tige. Best of all, this strip is signed and very sweetly personalized "To Alf Thorsjö, my first fan in Sweden, with best wishes, Bill Watterson" in the lower margin. Created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 3.75". In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and George Tuska Challengers of the Unknown #74 Story Page 1 Deadman Original Art (DC, 1970)....
Neal Adams and George Tuska Challengers of the Unknown #74 Story Page 1 Deadman Original Art (DC, 1970). Neal Adams drew the Deadman figure on this page and the rest was illustrated by George Tuska. The issue was split, with Tuska doing Pages 2-16, and Adams doing 17-23 of the story "To Call A Deadman". This page was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Deadman logo is a stat paste-up, with whiteout around the title and in the credits box in the bottom left. The page is signed by Tuska in the top title panel. There is glue residue near the paste-up title, with a few stains on the Deadman figure. There is also a notch out of the top right marginal corner. Overall in Very Good condition.

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George Papp Adventure Comics #174 Story Page 5 Green Arrow Original Art (DC, 1952)....
George Papp Adventure Comics #174 Story Page 5 Green Arrow Original Art (DC, 1952). Green Arrow was often described as "Batman with arrows." This page showcases his Arrowcar, youthful sidekick (Speedy), and crime-fighting technological gimmicks. He was so popular that he was one of the few DC characters to continue to be published from the Golden Age to the Silver Age despite not having his own book. Now he has his own TV series. Great George Papp art on this page from the story "1001 Ways to Defeat Green Arrow", created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). Signed by Papp in Panel 2. Light toning and in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and Dick Giordano Batman #232 Story Page 5 Ra's al Ghul Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Neal Adams and Dick Giordano Batman #232 Story Page 5 Ra's al Ghul Original Art (DC, 1971). From his first appearance and one of the most famous Ra's al Ghul stories ever, "Daughter of the Demon", in which he discovers Batman's secret identity. That is clearly evidenced on this page with an unmasked Bruce Wayne in full Bat-togs. A Neal Adams "Batman" page is on almost any comic art collector's list; however, a page from this story is a double-coup! This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed just below Panel 1. The page is toned and in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko Tales of Suspense #7 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1960)....
Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko Tales of Suspense #7 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1960). Created by the three biggest titans of Marvel's Silver Age: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Steve Ditko! The penultimate page in this little five-page epic features both of the titular characters from "I Fought the Molten Man-Thing!" Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Bernie Wrightson - Untitled Fantasy Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s)....
Bernie Wrightson - Untitled Fantasy Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). A stunning example of dense cross-hatching in pen, this early piece shows the meticulous detail that Wrightson would pour into his illustrations for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Illustrated edge-to-edge on 11" x 14" paper, and signed on the right side. It is toned; however, in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jim Starlin FOOM #9 Cover Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, and Captain Mar-Vell Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Jim Starlin FOOM #9 Cover Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, and Captain Mar-Vell Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Who better to do the cover for the "Cosmic" issue than Jim Starlin? And who better to star on the cover than the Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, and Captain Mar-Vell? FOOM was the pro-zine published by Marvel (a fanzine published by professionals is a pro-zine). The name was taken from "F.O.O.M.", which stood for "Friends Of Ol' Marvel", and it was initially created and designed by Jim Steranko. This stellar piece was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is some whiteout art correction in places. Signed by Starlin in the lower margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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E. C. Segar Popeye Daily Comic Strip Featuring Bluto Original Art dated 9-24-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932)....
E. C. Segar Popeye Daily Comic Strip Featuring Bluto Original Art dated 9-24-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932). This daily features a raucous round from the historic first slugfest between Popeye and his arch-nemesis, Bluto. Few, if any, comic strip characters enjoyed a knock-down, drag-out fight as much as E. C. Segar's pugnacious powerhouse, Popeye. This episode hails from the milestone story, "The Eighth Sea," which kicked-off on September 12, 1932 when Bluto promised to kill Popeye at daybreak. The titanic fist-fight started on 9-20-32 and ran until 9-30-32! However, as the title suggests, the squinky-eyed sailor is "Not at the end of his rope" in this episode. This slam-bang daily was created in ink over graphite with blue pencil shading, and an image area of 20.5" x 4.5". Signed in the last panel and in Eggs-ka-lunt... er, Excellent condition. Arf arf arf!

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George Pérez and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #195 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
George Pérez and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #195 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978). The Sub-Mariner guest-stars here, as do some Antlantean bad guys known as the Retrievers. Powerhouses George Pérez and Joe Sinnott have long been associated with some of the high points for Marvel's flagship title. This cover for the story "Beware the Ravaging Retrievers" is no exception. Created in ink over graphite on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo and all header text are stat paste-ups, as are the bottom caption pieces. The board is toned and in Very Good condition.

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Rick Leonardi and P. Craig Russell Uncanny X-Men #235 Story Page 13 Rogue and Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1988...
Rick Leonardi and P. Craig Russell Uncanny X-Men #235 Story Page 13 Rogue and Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1988). From the issue that introduced the island country that would become a major locale for the X-Men... the story was titled "Welcome to Genosha... a Green and Pleasant Land". The only problem was that it wasn't, as the action on this page shows. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by Rick Leonardi in silver paint pen in the last panel. The board is toned, and the paste-up lettering is discolored. The page appeared as Page 17 in the issue due to ads. In Good condition.

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Arthur Adams and Art Thibert Fantastic Four #349 Splash Page 1 Wolverine, Hulk, Spider-Man, and Ghost Rider Origin...
Arthur Adams and Art Thibert Fantastic Four #349 Splash Page 1 Wolverine, Hulk, Spider-Man, and Ghost Rider Original Art (Marvel, 1991). The second part of the "All-New, All-Different" Fantastic Four... Wolverine, Mr. Fix-It (the Grey Hulk), Spider-Man, and Ghost Rider! These four characters were the un-official "guest-star squad" at Marvel during this time period, and Walter Simonson thought it would be funny to make a team out of them. This part of the wacky story was titled "Eggs Got Legs! ... or Love Conquest All!" The page allowed Art Adams to go nuts drawing Mole Man's multitude of minions, along with a few Skrulls thrown in for good measure. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25" (counting the paste-up indicia). All text on the left side is stat paste-up. There is some discoloration in the paste-ups, and one corner of the title has a fold-up. Signed by Art Adams in the lower margin. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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George Tuska and Vince Colletta Power Man #19 Splash Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
George Tuska and Vince Colletta Power Man #19 Splash Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). If you watched the Luke Cage series on Netflix, then you saw how they handled Cornell Stokes. This page is a fantastic look at the source material for the character from his introduction in the story "Call Him Cottonmouth!" It is a stunning, scary page created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape residue on the side margins, production tape on the bottom edge, and some production oil stains in the upper right side and lower left corner. The page is toned overall, with a very slight bend in the upper left side. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Dale Keown and Sam de la Rosa Incredible Hulk #373 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Dale Keown and Sam de la Rosa Incredible Hulk #373 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). From the "Grey Hulk" period, this page from "Mending Fences" written by fan-fave writer Peter David, shows some prime "Hulk Smash" action! The near-splash page Panel 1 features a tremendous Hulk-with-an-attitude. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Zipatone is beginning to come loose on the 27-year-old page, however it is currently intact. The page is lightly toned. Signed by both Peter Davie and Dale Keown in the lower margin. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. Young Men #26 Story Page 5 Captain America Original Art (Marvel/Atlas, 1954)....
John Romita Sr. Young Men #26 Story Page 5 Captain America Original Art (Marvel/Atlas, 1954). This page from the story title "Captain America Turns Traitor!" shows Cap tearing up an Alaskan Army installation. As this was a seven-page story, of course Cap didn't die here. He turns the tables on the Russian spy controlling him in this Cold War story. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". Panels 2 and 3 are on a section of Bristol board taped in place, with Panel 3 being a paste-up stat. The page is lightly toned, with a bit of glue residue near the stat. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 3-31-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 3-31-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). Strips featuring Snoopy on top of his dog house are highly prized by collectors, and this is a great one as Snoopy is on it in all four panels! It's a scene that almost anyone with a sleeping partner can identify with. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.25" x 5.5". The board has been folded between the middle panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Light edge toning. In Overall Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. and John Verpoorten Fantastic Four #105 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
John Romita Sr. and John Verpoorten Fantastic Four #105 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). All four of the fantastic team are present on this page (even the Invisible Girl, if you look hard enough), but it's that hot-headed Human Torch who hogs the spotlight. Jack Kirby had only left this title three issues previously, but new-guy artist John Romita Sr. included some Kirby Krackle in Panel 3. Created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The "continued..." strip is held on with production tape. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Dillon Preacher #3 Story Page 23 Jesse Custer and Tulip Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1995)....
Steve Dillon Preacher #3 Story Page 23 Jesse Custer and Tulip Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1995). Jesse goes looking for the Saint of Killers, but is found by Sheriff Root instead. A great page in ink over blue pencil on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Bill Everett Thor #175 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
Jack Kirby and Bill Everett Thor #175 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). Kirby inked by Everett, two titans of comic book art on a single story! Also, Loki the King of Asgard? It could only spell "The Fall of Asgard". Thor is flanked by two of the Warriors Three (Fandral the Fair and Hogan the Grim) in Panel 2. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a touch of whiteout text correction and slight toning. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Amazing Adventures V2#18 "War of the Worlds" Unused Splash Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Neal Adams Amazing Adventures V2#18 "War of the Worlds" Unused Splash Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Neal Adams penciled the first 11 pages of the story that introduced Killraven. The page is very similar to the actual splash/title page used on Page 7, and this page is numbered "7 + 8" in the lower margin, which indicates its intended use as a horizontal two-page spread. Bottom line: pure Neal Adams pencils from one of his strongest periods! Graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight toning, tiny rip on the left margin, and some corner creases. In Very Good condition.

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Jill Thompson and Vince Locke Sandman V2#45 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1993)....
Jill Thompson and Vince Locke Sandman V2#45 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1993). From the story "Brief Lives: Part 5", this page features the Goddess Ishtar (currently a topless dancer), running for the dressing room to avoid Dream of the Endless. Jill Thompson's art is always a treat on anything, especially a Sandman related story; but as a bonus, the inks by Vince Locke are spectacular as well! Locke is well-remembered for his Dead World zombie-related series. This page is crafted in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 14.5". Dream's word balloons are reverse-type stat paste-ups. The page is signed by both Thompson and Locke in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito (art team attributed) Spider-Man Comics Weekly #88 Cover Original Art dated 10-19-74...
Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito (art team attributed) Spider-Man Comics Weekly #88 Cover Original Art dated 10-19-74 (Marvel UK, 1974). A great original cover for the UK reprint of Amazing Spider-Man #70. This cover is the one-second-later look at the original cover from that 1969 issue. Created in ink over graphite on Marvel Cover Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is toned, with foxing and slight water stains on the lower right of the image area. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Murphy Anderson Hawkman #10 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1965)....
Murphy Anderson Hawkman #10 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1965). The winged wonder has his hands full when "Hawkman Clips the Claws of CAW!" It was the mid-sixties and it seemed every bad guy group had an acronym. C.A.W. stood for the "Criminal Alliance of the World". Solid Murphy Anderson action produced twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the stat paste-up header). Light toning, with minor whiteout to remove a panel border, and in Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #24 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1963)....
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #24 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1963). Green Lantern, as written by sci-fi author John Broome, and drawn by Gil Kane, from the story "The Shark That Hunted Human Prey!" This was the story that introduced The Shark, a character who would become a recurring GL villain. The page was produced at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including stat paste-up header). Light toning, with a couple of whiteout text corrections, and in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Don Heck Avengers #33 Page 10 Hawkeye Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Don Heck Avengers #33 Page 10 Hawkeye Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Hawkeye the archer is going solo "To Smash A Serpent" and rescue the rest of the Avengers. Clint gets the entire page to himself, with some great action shot images courtesy of "Dazzling" Don Heck. Really nice close-up in Panel 1. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Ironjaw #2 Cover Original Art (Atlas/Seaboard, 1975)....
Neal Adams Ironjaw #2 Cover Original Art (Atlas/Seaboard, 1975). Neal Adams only provided four covers for Atlas/Seaboard. For this cover, it was decided to reduce the size of the bear slightly from the original drawing, and reposition its feet. So the original cover art was copied, and an original art paste-up of the "new" bear was affixed to this copied cover art to complete the finished published cover image. The cover bears a recreation stat logo and header info. The original art sections were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with some whiteout art correction. They were affixed to the copied art on 11.5" x 17.25" Bristol board. The bottom caption box is a printed paste-up. In Excellent condition. Note: Only the bear is original art.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 33 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 33 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991). A room full of titans! Drax the Destroyer, the Silver Surfer, Firelord, Adam Warlock, Doctor Doom, Doctor Strange, Thor, the Hulk, and Thanos. Nine of the most powerful beings on Earth. Nine against... the power of the Infinity Gauntlet. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.75". In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 36 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 36 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991). First team charges into battle... Drax the Destroyer, Doctor Doom, Thor, Firelord, and the Hulk! ...they don't stand a chance. They are just a distraction for the second team... the cosmic and mystic might of the Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, Thanos, and Doctor Strange! This page is just bursting with powerful characters, many of which will be starring in the Avengers: Infinity War movie. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.75". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod Spectacular Spider-Man #132 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1987)....
Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod Spectacular Spider-Man #132 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1987). Peter Parker, the spectacular Spider-Man, battles the villain Vermin in a sewer in the last part of "Kraven's Last Hunt, Part 6: Ascending". This was one of the highest-rated Spider-Man story arcs of the 1980s. Peter had been through a lot in this story, including being buried alive, so he is still a bit freaked out on this page created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and Tom Palmer Avengers #93 Story Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Neal Adams and Tom Palmer Avengers #93 Story Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). One of the most significant Avengers stories of all time was the epic Kree-Skrull War story arc. This issue was Part Five of that classic tale. This page from "This Beachhead Earth" was the second page of "Part Three: War of the Weirds!". It features Clint Barton (née Hawkeye) as Goliath with Rick Jones as they stumble into... the Thing and the Human Torch? Nope... just Skrull agents posing as them. This fantastic story arc was the setup for Marvel's Secret Invasion event. A wonderful page, created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by writer Roy Thomas in the lower margin. The page is lightly toned, with production tape residue, and is in Very Good condition.

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Will Eisner and Ken Kelly Spirit #6 Cover Original Art and Color Guide (Warren, 1975).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Will Eisner and Ken Kelly Spirit #6 Cover Original Art and Color Guide (Warren, 1975). Denny Colt is looking kind of rough, but he will be looking kind of dead if doesn't watch out! A fantastic cover image penciled by his creator, Will Eisner. Rendered in ink over graphite and blue pencil on 11" x 14.5" Bristol board. Signed and dated in the image area. Lightly toned. In Very Good/Excellent condition. Also comes with a hand-colored color guide version with an acetate line art print overlay. In Excellent condition, also.

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John Byrne and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #215 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1980)....
John Byrne and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #215 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Blastaar, Mr. Fantastic, and Johnny Storm are featured on this page featuring Sinnott's finished art and inks over Byrne's layouts. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Champions V2#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2016)....
Neal Adams Champions V2#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2016). This special "Local Comic Shop Day" variant cover was only available through participating retailers. It features the all-new Champions... Amadeus Cho-Hulk, Ms. Marvel IV (Kamala Khan), Viv Vision (daughter of the android Vision), Cyclops, Nova (Sam Alexander), and Spider-Man (Miles Morales). Each member was carrying on the legacy of another hero who held their name previously. The image was created in ink over graphite on bright white Joe Kubert Art Store Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and Nelson Daniel Defenders V4#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2012)....
Neal Adams and Nelson Daniel Defenders V4#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2012). The 1-in-25 retailer variant cover produced by Neal Adams was based on his Defenders cover from Marvel Feature #1 (1971). This image features the original four Defenders of Namor, Doctor Strange, the Silver Surfer, and the Hulk, but also adds Iron Fist and Red She-Hulk. Created in ink over graphite on bright white Joe Kubert Art Store Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Cho Harley Quinn V3#15 Variant Cover Original Art (DC, 2017)....
Frank Cho Harley Quinn V3#15 Variant Cover Original Art (DC, 2017). Super-Harley is on the scene on the variant cover for this story "Beware, the Tyrant is Sore: Nether Regions: Part 2". The cover guest-stars Power Girl, and almost guest-starred Atlee (Terra III, who is getting a door in the face). This is an over-sized beauty created in ink over graphite on 17" x 22" bright white Bristol board. Signed by Cho in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Defenders V5#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Neal Adams Defenders V5#1 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2017). Based on the characters from the Netflix TV series, this is the 1-in-25 retailer variant cover produced by Neal Adams. The image features Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Daredevil. Created in ink over graphite on bright white Joe Kubert Art Store Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". In Excellent condition.

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Lee Elias Black Cat Mystery #38 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1952)....
Lee Elias Black Cat Mystery #38 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1952). A wonderful pre-Code horror cover from Harvey! Presented beautifully in this matting, the original art bears a modern day recreation header and logo that has been affixed on top of the artwork and slipped behind the original slits in the artwork where the original logo stat was placed. The paste-up text at the bottom is missing the word "Read". The Lee Elias signature is a recreation paste-up as well. The original art portion was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with a matted image area of 9.5" x 14". Matted out to 12.5" x 17.25". In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 35 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 35 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Adam Warlock has a little chat with Thanos, the mad god of Titan. Warlock shows that not all power comes from a ray-blast. Expect to see lots more of these two during the Avengers: Infinity War movies. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.75". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #100 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #100 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). Nearly every villain that the Fantastic Four ever faced appeared in this sensational centennial issue! This page alone has the Red Ghost's Super Apes, the wingless Wizard, Sandman, and the Trapster! Granted, they were all creations of the Puppet Master, but no less dangerous for it. It was near the end of Jack Kirby's monumental run on the title he helped create and shape, and he was going out with a bang. This page was crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are some minor stains and light toning. In Very Good condition.

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Bill Mauldin - Soldiers Cartoon Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s)....
Bill Mauldin - Soldiers Cartoon Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s). A great example of Mauldin's deadpan humor, the caption reads "I don't remember no delays when they sent us overseas..." Possibly produced during the Korean War conflict, this piece was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 10.5". Signed in the image area. Matted out to 12" x 13.5". Toned, with some stains. In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Barry Windsor-Smith Deadpool #59 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2001)....
Barry Windsor-Smith Deadpool #59 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2001). Titled "Deadpool: Agent of Weapon X: Part 3: Intensive Care". The cover features a Weapon X'd up version of the 'Pool, about to whack the smack out of Garrison Kane. For fans who like their burritos extra spicy, this version of Deadpool looks deadly serious! It was created by master artist Barry Windsor-Smith in ink over blue pencil on bright white Marvel cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". Signed by BWS in the image area, and in Excellent condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#7 Cover Red Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 2011)....
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#7 Cover Red Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 2011). That's not Bruce Banner/Hulk charging in... that's the new Red Hulk! He's flanked by Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and Hawkeye. The cover image was created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". Signed by both artists in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Zeck Deathstroke, the Terminator #18 Cover Original Art (DC, 1993)....
Mike Zeck Deathstroke, the Terminator #18 Cover Original Art (DC, 1993). This page of original art was featured in the February 2018 issue of Back Issue Magazine (#102) in the article about Deathstroke the Terminator. This cover shows that Mike Zeck illustrated Slade Wilson for DC as skillfully as he did Frank Castle (the Punisher) for Marvel Comics. It was an intense cover for the story "Nuclear Winter, Part Two: A Question of Brotherhood". The cover was originally slated for issue #17, hence the notation in the top margin, but the story arc was bumped back by one month. This piece was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on bright white DC cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and Sergio Aragones Witching Hour #8 Complete 6-Page Story "Above and Beyond the Call of Duty!" Origina... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Neal Adams and Sergio Aragones Witching Hour #8 Complete 6-Page Story "Above and Beyond the Call of Duty!" Original Art (DC, 1970). The story definitely has the Neal Adams stamp, but according to Adams himself, Sergio Aragones wrote and penciled the story. Adams relates that he asked if he could draw the story, but so loved Aragones' original pencils he decided to essentially ink them. Page 6 is a two-thirds page, as a house ad filled out the black spot in the book... fittingly, it was the Neal Adams cover for Detective Comics #398. These six pages were masterfully illustrated in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light toning, with some production tape residue on the side margins and marginal corners. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and Alex Bialy Wildstorm Rising #1 Double-Page Splash 2-3 Original Art (Image, 1995)....
Barry Windsor-Smith and Alex Bialy Wildstorm Rising #1 Double-Page Splash 2-3 Original Art (Image, 1995). A stunning two-page spread that is jam-packed with action and characters! It's two full-teams of excitement as the WildC.A.T.s take on Stormwatch! In the thick of it are Spartan, Voodoo, Zealot, Maul, Warblade, Grifter, Fuji, Diva, Fahrenheit, and others. Crafted in ink over blue pencil on two conjoined sheets bright white Image Comics Bristol board. The edge-to-edge measurements are 21.25" x 17". Conjoined on the reverse with production tape. In Excellent condition. Signed by BWS in the image area.

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S. Clay Wilson The Checkered Demon Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (The Berkeley Barb, 1976).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
S. Clay Wilson The Checkered Demon Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (The Berkeley Barb, 1976). Wilson's signature Underground Comix character, the Checkered Demon, had become so popular by 1976 that the artist developed a run of horizontal comic strips for the Barb, then compiled them into a set of comic books. This fine array of comedy and antisocial violence continues a story of slave-traffic shenanigans in the Sahara Desert. There are 15 strips, arranged three-to-a-page on five pages. Ink over blue pencil, the image area measures 10" x 3.5". Each strip-header logotype is hand-drawn. Overall condition ranges from Very Good to Excellent. From the Eric Sack Collection.

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John Buscema and Dan Adkins Silver Surfer #11 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
John Buscema and Dan Adkins Silver Surfer #11 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). An injured Shalla Bal is cradled in the Surfer's arms on this page. Panel 2 is almost a reverse perspective of the cover image for the story "O, Bitter Victory!" The tragic tale of the cosmic-powered Silver Surfer is truly Shakespearean in its nature. The villain of the story, Yarro Gort, dies in Panel 5. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is toned, with some production oil stains on the side panels. In Very Good condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-20-41 (News Syndicate Co., 1941).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-20-41 (News Syndicate Co., 1941). Terry finds himself in the thick of it as he is on a raider ship that is about to be sunk by British flyboys! A great wartime strip created in ink over graphite on two separate sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 10" x 23". The boards are lightly toned, with pinholes in the corners and some production tape in the margins. The logo is a discolored paper paste-up. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd The Strangers #5 Story Page 2 Rune Enhanced Original Art (Malibu, 1993/c. 2012)...
Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd The Strangers #5 Story Page 2 Rune Enhanced Original Art (Malibu, 1993/c. 2012). Having gorged on the blood of his victim, the dark-god Rune launches himself into the sky on his large bat-wings. A dramatic page in just four powerful panels, it was part of the serialized introduction story for Rune that ran as a back-up throughout most of the Malibu line in 1993. This chapter, titled "The Hunger", was reprinted in 1994 in Rune #0. At a later date, Windsor-Smith returned to this page and enhanced the inks to dramatic effect. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white 11.5" x 17.5" Bristol board. It is signed BWS in the last panel, and signed again on the reverse. In Excellent condition.

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Simon Bisley Hellblazer #295 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2012)....
Simon Bisley Hellblazer #295 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2012). John Constantine is the surly sorcerer of DC's Vertigo line, and he rarely looks better than when illustrated by "The Biz" - Simon Bisley! This was the cover for the story "The Curse of the Constantines -- Part Three: The Hungry Grass". Constantine has been turning up on TV, with his own short-lived series, an appearance in Arrow, and a two-parter in Legends of Tomorrow. This piece was created in graphite and marker on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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J. G. Jones 52 #25 Cover Children as Steel, Booster Gold, and the Question Original Art (DC, 2006)....
J. G. Jones 52 #25 Cover Children as Steel, Booster Gold, and the Question Original Art (DC, 2006). Just when you think this cover can't get any more cute, what with the kids dressed as superheroes and the cat, you notice 'Booster Gold' is using the Helm of Fate (Doctor Fate's helmet) to collect his candy! DC's 52-week weekly comic was a tour de force stuffed full of DC Universe characters. This wonderful cover was created in ink and ink wash over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 16.5". Signed and dated in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Al Williamson Tales From The Crypt #31 Story Page 3 Original Art (EC, 1952)....
Al Williamson Tales From The Crypt #31 Story Page 3 Original Art (EC, 1952). This page from "The Thing In The 'Glades" perfectly captures what EC horror comics were all about! Great artwork and expressive characters, along with a suspenseful story, and a horrific pile of body parts! This was the only story that Williamson did for this particular EC title. This page is a real stunner, produced twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Lightly toned with just a few pinholes in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #79 Story Page 3 Wolverine/Weapon X Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #79 Story Page 3 Wolverine/Weapon X Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Wolverine takes on a wolf on this page... and it doesn't go well for the wolf. Barry Windsor-Smith's ground-breaking "Weapon X" series gave readers info on Wolverine's mysterious past and fueled a resurgence of popularity into an already major character from Marvel's X-Men franchise. This stunning bit of violence was created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is signed "BWS" in the last panel, and then personalized and signed in the bottom margin as well. The page is lightly toned, with some light corner creases. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz Chronicles of Judge Dredd #12 Cover Painting Original Art (Titan Books, 1986)....
Bill Sienkiewicz Chronicles of Judge Dredd #12 Cover Painting Original Art (Titan Books, 1986). An unlikely team-up between Judge Dredd and Mean Machine Angel of the Angel Gang is the cover image for this collection that reprinted some of their greatest clashes from 2000 AD. The art is in acrylic paint on unstretched canvas, with an approximate image area of 11.5" x 14.75", and is matted to an overall size of 17.5" x 21.75". In Excellent condition.

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George Tuska and Vince Colletta World's Greatest Superheroes Comic Strip Promotional Illustration Original Art (C....
George Tuska and Vince Colletta World's Greatest Superheroes Comic Strip Promotional Illustration Original Art (C.T.N.Y.N.S., c. 1978). This promotional image features Supergirl in her blouse and hot-pants (a fan-favorite outfit), and many other members of the Justice League of America. Also included is Black Lightning. Of note, every single character on this image is appearing in either a CW TV series or was in the recent Justice League movie. What a line-up! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.5" x 9.75". There is whiteout art correction in places, with some production tape on the far right. The board is toned and in Very Good condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz - Elektra Painting Original Art (2013)....
Bill Sienkiewicz - Elektra Painting Original Art (2013). This image of a well-armed Elektra conjures up both beauty and danger, as is befitting the feared assassin and ex-lover of Daredevil. A stunning work by one of the men most closely associated with her, Bill Sienkiewicz. Produced in ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board with a 10" x 15.75" image area. It is unclear if this has ever been published, but the format and layout do not rule that out. Signed and dated in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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Dick Sprang Batman #38 Cover Recreation Original Art (1985)....
Dick Sprang Batman #38 Cover Recreation Original Art (1985). Dick Sprang recreates his own cover from December 1946, featuring Batman, Robin, and the Penguin. This spiffy piece was produced in mixed media on bright white illustration board with an image area of 13" x 18". Signed and dated in the image area. There is a personal note on the back in Sprang's handwriting giving a bit of history on this piece, and it is signed and dated by him there as well. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Jim Mooney Amazing Spider-Man #231 Splash Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
John Romita Jr. and Jim Mooney Amazing Spider-Man #231 Splash Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Peak period output for JRJR! On the last page of this story, the Cobra is "Caught in the Act...", but it perfectly sets up next issue's tale "Hyde in Plain Sight!" A powerful page produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by inker Jim Mooney in the lower margin. The corners and right side are trimmed. In Very Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy Trade Paperback #2 "Wake the Devil" Epilogue Page 2 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy Trade Paperback #2 "Wake the Devil" Epilogue Page 2 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997). In defeat, Grigori Rasputin appears at Yggdrasil to sit with Baba Yaga for a bit. It is an uncomfortable discussion for him. This was a new epilogue created for this collection of the previous 5-part story published originally in 1996. The page was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Bernie Wrightson Series Two: More Macabre Trading Card #89 "Highway to Hell" Painting Original Art (FPG, 1994)....
Bernie Wrightson Series Two: More Macabre Trading Card #89 "Highway to Hell" Painting Original Art (FPG, 1994). A fleet of apparitions as depicted by a master of horror, Bernie Wrightson. "Well, not Hell really, not right away, anyhow... first you get a connecting flight to Limbo, then on to Purgatory..." This piece, signed "BW" in the image area is mixed media on 15" x 11" illustration board, and is in Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Brave and the Bold #30 Story Page 17 Justice League of America Original Art (DC, 1...
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Brave and the Bold #30 Story Page 17 Justice League of America Original Art (DC, 1960). The Flash and the Martian Manhunter open Chapter Four of the story "Case of the Stolen Super-Powers!", which set the newly formed Justice League of America into battle with the android Amazo (in his first appearance). Everyone is using their powers on this amazing page created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the paste-up header). There is glue residue on the top half of the header strip, and along the bottom margin. There are a couple of small touches of whiteout art correction. In Very Good condition.

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Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Dan Adkins All-New Collectors' Edition #C-54 "Superman vs. Wonder Woman" Double-Page Sp...
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Dan Adkins All-New Collectors' Edition #C-54 "Superman vs. Wonder Woman" Double-Page Spread 38-39 Original Art (DC, 1978). This two-page spread from chapter five, titled "Report Five: Showdown!", justifies the name of this special tabloid-sized story, as Wonder Woman and Superman get into a free-for-all! The story was set during World War II and Wonder Woman had just found out about the US's nuclear secret... The Manhattan Project! This titanic tussle was illustrated in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 24" x 15". They are joined with production tape on the back and there is production tape showing on the front as well. The pages are notched and trimmed, and exhibit some toning. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby, Vince Colletta, and Murphy Anderson Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #144 Story Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1...
Jack Kirby, Vince Colletta, and Murphy Anderson Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #144 Story Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1971). The entire modern Newsboy Legion and Jimmy Olsen, all soaring along in the Whiz Wagon! Pretty much a perfect page for any fan of Kirby's intersection of his Fourth World saga and the Superman mythos. Be sure to check out that great scenery in Panel 4. Murphy Anderson is reported to have inked Jimmy's face in Panel 2. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by Kirby in the last panel. There is a stripped-in text correction in Panel 1. The page is very toned, with stains and foxing. In Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy Trade Paperback #2 "Wake the Devil" Epilogue Page 5 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy Trade Paperback #2 "Wake the Devil" Epilogue Page 5 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997). To celebrate the collection of his 1996 5-part story into a trade paperback, Mike Mignola added an all-new five-page epilogue which gave deeper insight into the character of villain Grigori Rasputin. A somber page to wrap up an exciting tale of danger and daring-do, it was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Dark Horse Extra #17 Hellboy Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999)....
Mike Mignola Dark Horse Extra #17 Hellboy Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). "The Vârcolac -- Part 4" features Hellboy in a church... just as it gets blown up real good. Dark Horse Extra was a tabloid house organ created to promote their comics with news, interviews, and comics in the style of the old "Sunday funnies". This comic strip-style original art was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 17.75" x 10". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #30 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1964)....
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #30 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1964). The second team-up between the Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America also involved the Crime Syndicate of America! It was the introduction of Earth-3 to the DC Universe. This page features a battle between Superwoman (Earth-3's version of Wonder Woman) and the Black Canary of Earth-2. It's some amazing Glamazon action that would make G.L.O.W. jealous! Rendered twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the stat paste-up header). There is a stripped-in text correction in Panel 5 that is taped-in from the back. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Conqueror Worm #3 Story Page 23 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2001)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Conqueror Worm #3 Story Page 23 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2001). An image of the Conqueror Worm itself appears in Panel 1 on this page. In Panel 2 we see a silhouette of Inger von Klempt and her grandfather (the Nazi-head-in-a-jar) Herman von Klempt. The stark and somber chiaroscuro art really pops off of the bright white Dark Horse Comics Bristol board. Created in ink over graphite with an image area of 9" x 13.25". In Excellent condition.

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Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #15 Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1968)....
Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #15 Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1968). This proposed set of "ugly art" cards by Wolverton was killed by a focus group of Brooklyn school kids whose recurring comments were that their parents would never let them have them. The text on this card read "I Love You Because You're Different... ...echh So Very Different". Created in ink over graphite on 14.5" x 21" Bristol board. There is a slight crease running across the middle of the piece, and a stain in the lower left. In Very Good/Excellent condition. In this same sale, we are offering an uncut sheet of cards from this set that includes this card.

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Michael Kaluta Doorway to Nightmare #4 Cover Madame Xanadu Original Art (DC, 1978)....
Michael Kaluta Doorway to Nightmare #4 Cover Madame Xanadu Original Art (DC, 1978). Madame Xanadu is both lovely and spooky on Mike Kaluta's cover for this issue, which also shows the titular "Six Claws of the Dragon!" A wonderful piece in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.78" x 15". The DC bullet, logo, all header info, and story title are all stat paste-ups. Signed by Kaluta in the UPC box. The lightly toned cover is in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Thor #141 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1967)....
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Thor #141 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Thor feels "The Wrath of Replicus" in this Silver Age tale penned by Stan Lee, with Jack Kirby's pulse-pounding pencils, and Vince Colletta's incredible inks. Interestingly, this page was not included in the story in the Marvel Spectacular #12 reprint. The twice-up battle page was produced on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Signed by Jack Kirby in the lower margin. Light toning, with a touch of whiteout art correction, and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes CAD: A Handbook For Heels Unpublished Design Illustration Original Art (Feral House, c. 1992)....
Daniel Clowes CAD: A Handbook For Heels Unpublished Design Illustration Original Art (Feral House, c. 1992). Three different designs on one page. The top one is almost identical to the mascot for the book, as seen on the back cover. These were pre-published concepts to create the mascot for CAD: A Handbook for Heels. Produced in ink over graphite on 11" x 14" spiral top paper. The paper is toned, with some slight soiling and creases. Signed and dated 1958 (as a joke... as Clowes wasn't even born until 1961). It is glass front framed to 15" x 18". In Very Good condition.

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Patrick McDonnell Mutts Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-2-2003 (King Features Syndicate, 2003)....
Patrick McDonnell Mutts Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-2-2003 (King Features Syndicate, 2003). Mutts strips are as rare as they are charming! That makes them highly-sought by fans and much-prized by their owners. This very cute piece was created in ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 3.25". It is matted out to 18.25" x 13". Signed just below the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Al Milgrom Spectacular Spider-Man #33 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
Al Milgrom Spectacular Spider-Man #33 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Peter Parker, the spectacular Spider-Man, is all wrapped up in his work on this cover as he hangs above a horde of herpetological horrors! It was the cover for the story "Night of the Iguana!", and it was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". There is whiteout art correction on the page in several places, and the board is toned. The corner box, header, and logo are the original stats. Glass front framed to 14.25" x 20.25". In Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the book.

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Mike Sekowsky and Joe Giella Brave and the Bold #29 Story Page 10 Flash Original Art (DC, 1960)....
Mike Sekowsky and Joe Giella Brave and the Bold #29 Story Page 10 Flash Original Art (DC, 1960). In their second appearance, the newly-formed Justice League of America faced the "Challenge of the Weapons Master!" On the page, the Flash shows why he is one of the most quick-thinking heroes in the JLA. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). There is a bit of whiteout art correction, and light toning. In Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #18 Story Page 10 Sinestro Original Art (January, 1963)....
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #18 Story Page 10 Sinestro Original Art (January, 1963). Panel 4 is almost exactly the issue's cover image! The page explains how Hal Jordan pulled a fast-one on his arch nemesis Sinestro. The twice-up scale artwork was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Sergio Aragonés Groo #8 Cover Original Art (Image, 1995)....
Sergio Aragonés Groo #8 Cover Original Art (Image, 1995). Groo the Wanderer, and his faithful (and slightly smarter) dog Rufferto, face down the charging Mongol horde of Pipal Khan on this exciting cover from the early days of Image Comics. This story introduced Pipal Khan, so this cover is his very first appearance. Created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo is a stat paste-up. Of course, it just almost wouldn't be a Sergio Aragonés piece without a marginal doodle - thankfully, there is one in the bottom margin featuring soccer fan Sergio! Signed by the doodle and in Excellent condition. As a bonus, there is a loose pencil sketch of Groo trying to run down some lunch on the back of the board.

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Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Justice League of America #148 Justice Society of America and Legion of Super-Heroes Co...
Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Justice League of America #148 Justice Society of America and Legion of Super-Heroes Cover Original Art (DC, 1977). From the second half of the annual JLA/JSA team-up for this year, this cover also features members of the Legion of Super-Heroes who guest-starred in the story "Crisis in Triplicate!" Roll Call: JLA -- Superman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), and Batman! JSA -- Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Flash (Jay Garrick), and Power Girl! Legion -- Wildfire, Shadow Lass, and Lighting Lad! A giant-sized issue that had four major villains and 19 heroes over two issues. This cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, price/issue info, and logo are stat paste-ups. The cover text pieces are hand-lettered paste-ups. The board is lightly toned, with a bit of ink discoloring in the lettering. There is a touch of glue residue on Superman's chest. Overall the piece is in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Murphy Anderson Showcase #55 Story Page 14 Green Lantern and Doctor Fate Original Art (DC, 1965)....
Murphy Anderson Showcase #55 Story Page 14 Green Lantern and Doctor Fate Original Art (DC, 1965). The Golden Age characters of Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Doctor Fate (Nelson Kent), and Solomon Grundy (born on Monday), all appear on this page from the mid-Silver Age. The story was titled "Solomon Grundy goes on a Rampage!" However the humorous pencil sketch in the bottom margin makes it look like 'Solomon Grundy goes on American Bandstand'! This twice-up scale was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). The page is only lightly toned, and there is a small rip in the top paste-up header, putting it in overall Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-30-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952)....
Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-30-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952). This strip is all about those two panels of Jean! Frank Frazetta could draw the loveliest women in comics. He was also quite talented at comical caricature, which makes the juxtaposition of Jean next to Mrs. Bottle in Panel 2 so humorous. Both of the ladies - and Mr. Bottle - are worried about Johnny, but Comet seems unaware of any danger. A masterful piece of story-telling in only three panels, created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.5". The board is lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Graham Ingels Crime SuspenStories #3 Story Page 4 Original Art (EC, 1951)....
Graham Ingels Crime SuspenStories #3 Story Page 4 Original Art (EC, 1951). This page from the story "Blood Red Wine!" was co-plotted by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein and adapted from the short story "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe. With names like that, this page has some serious horror story credibility. Crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". With only the smallest of defects (a slight bend in the top margin that is pressable, and a pinhole in the top right marginal corner), this is in amazingly Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson Showcase #35 Story Page 21 the Atom Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson Showcase #35 Story Page 21 the Atom Original Art (DC, 1961). In only his second appearance, the all-new Silver Age version of the Atom was already showing how different he was from the Golden Age Al Pratt version. With art by comic legends Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson, for the Gardner Fox story, the "The Dooms From Beyond" was sure to please! The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the stat paste-up header). Light toning. In Excellent condition.

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Dan Adkins Doctor Strange #170 Story Page 14 Nightmare Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Dan Adkins Doctor Strange #170 Story Page 14 Nightmare Original Art (Marvel, 1968). A classic confrontation... "To Dream-- Perchance to Die!" features the Master of the Mystic Arts in battle with Nightmare within the mind of the Ancient One. Two huge panels, crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is lightly toned, with some production oil stains, and production tape affixing some stripped-in text corrections. The page is production hole-punched in the top and bottom margins. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Gil Kane and Pablo Marcos John Carter, Warlord of Mars #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Gil Kane and Pablo Marcos John Carter, Warlord of Mars #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Barbarians, swords, a beautiful woman, all with a science-fiction setting... this is exactly Gil Kane's wheelhouse! Don't neglect Tars Tarkas in the background. This is a winner, created in ink over graphite on 11" x 17" Bristol board. The header/logo/corner box are a stat paste-up. Signed by the artists on the upper left of the image area. There were minor modifications made (most likely on a stat) before publication. Specifically the UPC box was moved to the left, with new art added to fill the gap, and Carter's sword was angled down more, so it did not run off the edge of the cover. This is the original art used, however. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #182 Story Page 18 Punisher Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #182 Story Page 18 Punisher Original Art (Marvel, 1982). The Punisher is working in Daredevil's city, and that is going to bring them into conflict at some point. Fans of the vigilante's appearances in the Netflix Daredevil series should take note of this great page created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Frank Castle's face in Panel 2 is an original art paste-up that is coming loose. The page is toned, with corner trims. In Very Good condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith Conan the Barbarian #7 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Barry Windsor-Smith Conan the Barbarian #7 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). From early in the run, this page typifies the stunning work by Windsor-Smith, and even features a great image of Conan lurking in the trees in the last panel! Incredible line art rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is toned, with production oil stains on the left (into the image area) and on the right margin. There is production tape on the bottom "continued..." strip, and the last panel is stat paste-up, with the original image beneath it. The page is in Very Good condition.

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Carl Barks "Square Eggs" (aka "Lost In The Andes") Painting CB -OIL 52 Original Art and Correspondence Group of 3 (1973).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Carl Barks "Square Eggs" (aka "Lost In The Andes") Painting CB -OIL 52 Original Art and Correspondence Group of 3 (1973). Referred to by Barks collectors as both #13-73 and "CB-OIL 52", this was the second of two oil paintings Barks produced that were inspired by his 1949 cover for Four Color #223. The surreal beauty was produced in oil on 16" x 20" pressboard and is signed in the lower right. The reverse side identifies it by the number #13-73 and the title "Square Eggs". There is a slight discoloration/stain of some type in the top center edge; however, it is hardly noticeable. There are minor frame marks on the outer most eighth-of-an-inch. You will be as excited as Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, if you win this fantastic painting! It is in overall Very Good/Excellent condition. Also included is a personal letter from Barks to the person who originally purchased this painting. The letter includes a color slide Barks produced to show the progress on this piece.

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Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and Carl Hubbell Avengers #16 Story Page 5 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and Carl Hubbell Avengers #16 Story Page 5 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1965). A page from the historic "The Old Order Changeth!" This story set the bar for status quo-shaking team line-up changes, as by story's end, not a single original Avenger was still on the team! The art for the page was created from a layout by Jack Kirby, then penciled and inked by Dick Ayers, with some art alterations by Carl Hubbell in Panel 2 (Captain America's body was re-drawn, and a paste-up over Rick Jones head is missing). Also of note, this page shows Cap burying Baron Heinrich Zemo. This twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Light toning, some art correction. Signed by Dick Ayers in the lower left panel. In Very Good condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Jim Mooney Amazing Spider-Man #68 Story Page 18 Kingpin Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
John Romita Sr. and Jim Mooney Amazing Spider-Man #68 Story Page 18 Kingpin Original Art (Marvel, 1969). That friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is getting not-so-friendly, as the Kingpin of Crime takes a powerhouse pounding on this page from the story "Crisis on Campus!" A story set on a college campus was a calculated move by John Romita Sr. and Stan Lee (who plotted and scripted the tale), as Spider-Man was immensely popular with college kids at the time. Romita also provided the storyboards for Mooney's illustration work on the Bristol board page. The 10" x 15" image area is matted and glass front framed to 14.75" x 21". It is production hole-punched in the top and bottom margins, and there is some production tape holding on the "continued..." strip at the bottom of the page. In Excellent condition.

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Chris Ware Acme Novelty Library #20 Story Page Jordan Lint Original Art (Acme Novelty Library, 2010)....
Chris Ware Acme Novelty Library #20 Story Page Jordan Lint Original Art (Acme Novelty Library, 2010). From innovative story-teller, and master draftsman Chris Ware, this story "Lint" follows a relatively minor character from the "Rusty Brown" series and gives him a full life. Each page features a snapshot view of a moment from his life in that one year. On this single sheet of bright white Bristol board, we get to see Jordan Lint at ages 42 and 43. The lower portion of the page is him at 43, and it is set on 9-11-01, with the attack on the World Trade Center as the backdrop to events. The finely crafted page was created in ink over blue pencil and has an enormous image area of 19.5" x 25.5". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer 2001: A Space Odyssey #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer 2001: A Space Odyssey #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977). "Based on concepts from the MGM Stanley Kubrick production", as the cover says. Jack Kirby took those concepts far beyond Kubrick's masterpiece. Here, "Norton of New York 2040 A.D." is on the run from aliens! This Kirby cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo, corner box, header info, and lower caption box are all stat paste-ups. There are two paste-ups missing from the art area: one was a cover blurb, the other was a relatively minor adjustment in the "Comicsville" marquee. They both leave glue residue behind. There is a staple in the top left marginal corner. The cover is signed by Jack Kirby in the UPC box. In Very Good condition.

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John Byrne, Dan Green, and Frank Springer Avengers #188 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
John Byrne, Dan Green, and Frank Springer Avengers #188 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Richly detailed page featuring most of the team's roster at the time: Captain America, Wonder Man, Scarlet Witch, Wasp, Ms. Marvel, Beast, and Falcon. Springer inks over Byrne's breakdowns and Green's finishes. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Byrne and Dan Green along the bottom margin

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John Byrne Alpha Flight #3 Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1983)....
John Byrne Alpha Flight #3 Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1983). Snowbird is featured prominently on this page from early in the series. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Byrne in the top panel and by letterer Tom Orzechowski at the bottom.

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Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and Carl Hubbell Avengers #16 Story Page 6 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and Carl Hubbell Avengers #16 Story Page 6 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Captain America! Iron Man! The Wasp! Giant-Man! and Rick Jones! The Mighty Avengers from one of the most key issues for the series, the story "The Old Order Changeth!" Great images of main core-members of the team, while they were still on the team. The last panel is where discussions begin of them taking a leave of absence. Jack Kirby provided the layout, which Dick Ayers penciled and inked. Then Carl Hubbell supplied some art corrections in Panels 1, 4, 5, and 6. Most corrections are whiteout with sections redrawn. Panels 1 and 4 feature cut-outs and a section added from the reverse side. There is glue residue in places. Created twice-up scale on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams Ben Casey Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-21-65 (NEA, 1965)....
Neal Adams Ben Casey Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-21-65 (NEA, 1965). It seems Ben Casey is going to have a patient hypnotized to operate on him. Is that procedure cleared by the AMA? An exciting Sunday episode created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.5" x 13.25". Light toning, with a couple of staples in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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George Pérez and Joe Sinnott Marvel Two-In-One #52 Cover Thing and Moon Knight Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
George Pérez and Joe Sinnott Marvel Two-In-One #52 Cover Thing and Moon Knight Original Art (Marvel, 1979). More than a year before Moon Knight got his own series, he co-starred with the Thing on this battle-riffic cover. Crossfire is the villain raging in the background. The work is jam-packed with detail, as you would expect from a Pérez cover, and is created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, header info, and logos are stat paste-ups. Moon Knight's right arm is a stat paste-up, to allow it to come up over the logo. The board is toned, with a small slit in the bottom margin (but not into the image area). Overall in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) "Amazon Warrior" Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman Painting Original Art (DC/Warner Brothers Studio, 201...
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) "Amazon Warrior" Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman Painting Original Art (DC/Warner Brothers Studio, 2017). There may not be enough superlatives to properly describe this very large and stunning work by fan-favorite painter Olivia! It features Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman from her recent silver screen appearances in smash-hit DC movies: Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, and Justice League. This painting is now available as a limited edition Gicleé print from Sideshow Collectibles. A slightly smaller original work by Olivia of the same subject matter recently sold for over $40,000.00. This bold and shiny piece is produced in oil on a 24" x 30" wooden board. It features some lovely metallic paints, that make this striking work pop off the board. It has been signed on the reverse side, then framed out to 28.5" x 34.5". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby - DeSaad 'Super Powers' Toy Design Illustration Original Art (DC/Kenner, 1983)....
Jack Kirby - DeSaad 'Super Powers' Toy Design Illustration Original Art (DC/Kenner, 1983). Jack Kirby was asked to redesign his Fourth World characters to be used as toy designs for the Kenner Super Powers toy and comic book line. A fantastic redesign of the character made him even more creepy and spooky. Sadly, only the comment about the back and chest siphon-machines seems to have been used on the final toy. But what a great design... full of Kirby magic! Pure Kirby graphite on 11" x 17" DC Bristol board. Signed and dated in the lower right. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Bob Kane - Batman and Robin Illustration Original Art (1973)....
Bob Kane - Batman and Robin Illustration Original Art (1973). The dynamic duo from the hands of Golden Age comic art legend Bob Kane! Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 19". Signed and dated by Kane, with a personal greeting to a friend's sister. Slight bends, overall in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb Motor City Comics #2 Complete 1-Page Story: "...Stop Watching TV" Original Art (Rip Off Press, 1970)....
Robert Crumb Motor City Comics #2 Complete 1-Page Story: "...Stop Watching TV" Original Art (Rip Off Press, 1970). The Underground Comix scene was in its creative prime when Crumb delivered Motor City Comics as a combination of social criticism and erotic ribaldry. This stellar page takes the social-critic stance, condemning television in the same terms ("a vast wasteland") that the pioneering broadcast executive Pat Weaver had used when delivering a cautionary statement during the 1950s. The page also serves to promote Motor City Comics as an alternative to television: "...break through the TV-induced stupor, for this is anti-media!" Ink over graphite on Bristol board. The image area is 8" x 10", with moderate toning, marginal staining, and two nicked edges at the left and right. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller New Adventures of Superboy #51 Cover Original Art (DC, 1984)....
Frank Miller New Adventures of Superboy #51 Cover Original Art (DC, 1984). An incredible take on Superboy. The sad and melancholy image at the bottom is simply stuffed with that marvelous Frank Miller detail! This was for a re-telling of "Superboy's Last Day In Smallville" from Superman #97, in 1955. This was not the very last issue of the New Adventures of Superboy, but very close to it. It would have been a great last cover, as Crisis on Infinite Earths was looming up in DC's future just one year away. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". There is a paper frame pasted on the left side to correct the cover ratio. The DC bullet, issue/price box, the billboard signage, and the UPC box are all printed paste-up. The board is toned, with very slight discoloration in places. It is signed "To Bob -- Frank Miller" on the lower left of the image area. In Very Good condition.

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Alex Toth All-American Western #109 Unused Cover Original Art (DC, 1949)....
Alex Toth All-American Western #109 Unused Cover Original Art (DC, 1949). An exciting and tense Alex Toth design that is very close to the Toth cover for this issue. We get to see a bit more of Johnny Thunder's face on this design, so we like it even better! Pure graphite action at twice-up scale on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 12.5". It has modern-day recreations of the logo/header, and bottom caption, which bring the overall image area to 13" x 19.5". There is foxing (mainly in the lower image area), and overall toning. In Very Good condition.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #170 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #170 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). This page wonderfully spotlights exactly why Daredevil is Marvel's "Man without Fear". It's a fluid action sequence that starts the story "The Kingpin Must Die" off on a frantic pace. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is toned and in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Steve Dillon Preacher #46 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1999)....
Steve Dillon Preacher #46 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1999). We get prime exhibition of Preacher using the power of Genesis on this page. The fan-favorite Vertigo series has been turned into an sensational AMC series starring Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, and Joe Gilgun. This fantastic page of Steve Dillon's art was created in ink over blue pencil on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Dale Keown A+X #1 Splash Page 8 Hulk and Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 2012)....
Dale Keown A+X #1 Splash Page 8 Hulk and Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 2012). As antagonistic of a "buddy story" as you could hope for, the Hulk and Wolverine team-up for the tale "Cake". The gimmick for this series was to take one Avenger character and add them to one X-Men character. "A" plus "X" = fun and excitement, as exemplified by this adrenaline-pumping image in graphite with white paint highlights by Dale Keown! Signed in the 10.25" x 15.5" image area. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Stevens Vampirella: A Scarlet Thirst Cover Painting Original Art (Harris, 1993)....
Dave Stevens Vampirella: A Scarlet Thirst Cover Painting Original Art (Harris, 1993). An all-new cover painting was commissioned for this collection of some of the daughter of Drakulon's greatest stories. A truly impressive piece that is as tempting as it is terrifying. Rich blues and warm reds in mixed media make for a stunning piece with a matted image area of 11" x 17.5". The work is Plexiglas front framed out to 22.75" x 29.25". It appears that Stevens added a piece of Bristol board to extend the image area down another inch. The piece is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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John Byrne X-Men Portfolio Plate 6 "Death of Phoenix" Illustration Original Art (WECBA Portfolios, 1993)....
John Byrne X-Men Portfolio Plate 6 "Death of Phoenix" Illustration Original Art (WECBA Portfolios, 1993). Cyclops looks on in horror as Jean Grey uses her powers to end her own life and save the Universe from the threat of Dark Phoenix. This original art inspired by Uncanny X-Men #137 (from 1980) was created in 1992 specifically for this portfolio set. Crafted in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". Signed and dated in the image area. The board is lightly toned, with a tiny discoloration dot in the lower left of the image area and in the top margin. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Mark Brooks Avengers (2017 Series) #683 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2018)....
Mark Brooks Avengers (2017 Series) #683 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2018). Although this cover features almost everybody who's ever been an Avenger (and some key moments in Avengers history), the most exciting part is that Marvel is teasing the revival of the Incredible Hulk! The Banner-Hulk was killed off in the recent Civil War II series, and fans are happy to see his return. Also pictured are: "Cap's Kooky Quartet" of Captain America, the Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, and Hawkeye; Cap and Iron Man fighting from Civil War (the first one); and other images showing Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Ms. Marvel, War Machine, Tigra, Black Widow, the Vision, Thor, Giant Man, the Wasp, Wolverine, Ronin, Doctor Strange, and Luke Cage... all being watched on screens by Hank McCoy, aka the Beast! Rendered in ink over graphite for the top, with grey tone gouache on the bottom, this stunning work is signed in the lower right of the 15" x 22" art paper. In Excellent condition.

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Greg Land and Matt Ryan X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong #4 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 2005)....
Greg Land and Matt Ryan X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong #4 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 2005). Emma Frost, the White Queen, takes on the power of the Phoenix on this stunning page that is essentially a splash page. No worries, Cyclops traps her in a containment egg to sort it out. This is one hot page, produced in ink, airbrush, and white paint over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Michael Kaluta Books of Magic #71 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2000)....
Michael Kaluta Books of Magic #71 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2000). Yet another stunning cover from Mike Kaluta, who has never turned in anything less in his whole career! A gorgeous piece featuring Tim Hunter for the story "The Hunter". Created in gouache and ink on Bristol board with an image area of 11.25" x 16". Signed and dated in the image area, and in Excellent condition.

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Michael Kaluta Red Sonja #3 Alternate Cover Original Art (Dynamite Entertainment, 2005)....
Michael Kaluta Red Sonja #3 Alternate Cover Original Art (Dynamite Entertainment, 2005). One of four different covers for this issue, and in our opinion... the best. A staggeringly fierce and beautiful work that befits the subject matter completely! Soft and sharp at the same time, it was created in ink and water color over graphite on 12" x 17" Bristol board. Signed and dated in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy as World War I Flying Ace Original Art dated 1-1-68 (United Featur...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy as World War I Flying Ace Original Art dated 1-1-68 (United Feature Syndicate, 1968). What a way to start off a New Year! This strip from the first day of 1968 is a vintage daily of Snoopy as the WWI Flying Ace, atop his trusty Sopwith Camel (his doghouse). No doubt he is searching for the Red Baron while nursing his root beer hangover. Scenes with the WWI Flying Ace are top-of-the-list for most Peanuts collectors' want lists. They are in extremely high demand. This one was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". The board has been folded between the middle panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. It is lightly toned, with a light creases in Panels 3 and 4, and some minor soiling. In Very Good condition.

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George Tuska and Vince Colletta World's Greatest Superheroes Comic Strip Promotional Illustration Superman and Won...
George Tuska and Vince Colletta World's Greatest Superheroes Comic Strip Promotional Illustration Superman and Wonder Woman Original Art (C.T.N.Y.N.S., c. 1978). Promotional images such as this were provided to many newspapers to run stories promoting the April 1978 start of DC's World's Greatest Superheroes comic strip. This image features the Man of Steel and the Amazing Amazon in dynamic poses, using their prodigious powers. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". There is whiteout art correction in places, with some tape residue on the far right where the syndicate strip and copyright notices were affixed. The board is toned and in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia Marvel Super-Heroes #69 Cover Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia Marvel Super-Heroes #69 Cover Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1978). The Lethal Leader faces the savage Hulk on this all-new cover for a reprint of the story "Lo, The Leader Lives" (originally presented in Incredible Hulk #115). The image was crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, header info, logo, and all cover blurbs are original statss. There is discoloration from glue residue, some production oil stains in the margins, and toning. In Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the book.

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Joe Simon Science Comics #4 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Joe Simon Science Comics #4 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s). Recreating his own cover from the 1940 issue of Fox Comics' Science Comics, this oversized jumbo piece is stunning in its bright and vibrant colors. Rendered in ink and watercolor over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 15.5" x 22.5". Signed in the lower margin. There are a few splatters of red paint on the bottom section. Overall in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Murphy Anderson Archie Comics #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Murphy Anderson Archie Comics #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s). A fantastic recreation of Bob Montana's 1942 cover for the first issue of Archie's solo comic. Don't think "solo" means he is alone... he is accompanied by Betty, Veronica, and Jughead. There are even several funny animal characters to cheer him along. The cover was produced in ink and watercolor over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 20.5". In Excellent condition.

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Carl Barks A 1934 Belchfire Runabout Preliminary Study Painting Original Art (c. 1984)....
Carl Barks A 1934 Belchfire Runabout Preliminary Study Painting Original Art (c. 1984). A charming and well-remembered piece, the finished painting (CB OIL 127) was created to celebrate Donald Duck's 50th birthday. It is reported (by our consignor) that on the back of this board is a note from Carl Barks explaining that this was an early concept and "at this point only the ducks and Daisy and Pluto were believed permissible to use. Other Disney characters were added later". True enough, the finished painting guest-starred many other Disney characters including Horace Horsecollar, Gus Goose, Mickey Mouse, and a parrot named "Joe" (José Carioca in disguise?). The final painting was used to produce the fourth of the Another Rainbow limited edition prints in 1984, and this preliminary work was included in A Lithographic Suite of Preliminary Paintings in 1989. This wonderful study is painted in oil on illustration board with an image area of 12.5" x 10". Signed just below the image area. Matted and handsomely Plexiglas front- framed to 20.5" x 18.5". A gorgeous work by any standard, and in Excellent condition.

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Joe Simon Marvel Mystery Comics #12 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Joe Simon Marvel Mystery Comics #12 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 2000s). Joe Simon recreates a cover originally produced by Jack Kirby and himself in 1940. An exciting and dynamic cover with vibrant colors created in ink and watercolor over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 16" x 20.75". Signed below the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Carmine Infantino Joker Poster Recreation Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Carmine Infantino Joker Poster Recreation Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s). This will tickle your funnybone! Carmine Infantino reproduced this well-remembered poster from the 1966 poster set that became the beginning of the DC Style Guide. Here it is in full-color, created in ink and watercolor over graphite on oversized bright white Bristol board, with an image area of 16" x 20.25". A striking image that is not to be laughed at... or is it? In Excellent condition.

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Burne Hogarth Tarzan Sunday Comic Strip #978 Original Art dated 12-4-49 (United Feature Syndicate, 1949)....
Burne Hogarth Tarzan Sunday Comic Strip #978 Original Art dated 12-4-49 (United Feature Syndicate, 1949). This stunning Sunday episode hails from the storyline "Tarzan and the Adventurers" (which ran from October 30, 1949 through July 16, 1950). Burne Hogarth's fantastic art makes the scene feel truly adventurous, and that last panel is simply ominous. A monumental talent, it's no surprise that Hogarth's series of art books are must-have material for many artists. His perspectives, dynamic anatomy, flow of energy, and use of light and shadow are beyond compare. This stunning piece is crafted in ink and red ink key lines over graphite on two pieces of conjoined Bristol board with an image area of approximately 27.5" x 18.5". The logo is a paste-up stat that is discolored, and the board is overall lightly toned. Soiling and edge and corner handling wear have this Sunday in Very Good condition.

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Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 45 Original Art (DC, 2006)....
Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 45 Original Art (DC, 2006). Batman uses a wire and harness rig to escape a group of armed militia on this page from Paul Pope's fuel-injected Funny Car of a comic book! It was pedal-to-the-metal action all the way! This page was created in ink over graphite on bright white oversized 19" x 24" Bristol board. Signed on the left side and in Excellent condition.

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Kelly Freas The Coming of Conan Hardback Novel Cover Original Art (Gnome Press, 1953)....
Kelly Freas The Coming of Conan Hardback Novel Cover Original Art (Gnome Press, 1953). The first time the Conan stories ever appeared in hardcover form was in these Gnome Press editions, so this was likely the first visualization of Robert E. Howard's character that many readers had ever seen. A fine work of art, it was crafted in ink and grey tone wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 12.75". It is worth noting that both the smaller Conan head on the left, the title, and the REH credit are all hand-drawn, not stats. Superb craftsmanship by a master illustrator. The board is lightly toned, with a bit of production masking tape to mark the bottom margin. Overall in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 44 Original Art (DC, 2006)....
Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 44 Original Art (DC, 2006). A tense stand-off between Batman and some armed forces. Paul Pope's high-octane rip-roaring take on the Dark Knight puts an edge on him like no one else has. This big, bold, beautiful page was created in ink over graphite on oversized 19" x 24" bright white Bristol board. It is signed on the left side margin. In Excellent condition.

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Dan Brereton Deadpool V4#15 "Death of X" Variant Cover Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2016)....
Dan Brereton Deadpool V4#15 "Death of X" Variant Cover Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2016). The Merc with a Mouth is on his death bed on this cover by renowned cover painter Dan Brereton. There is more detail on this cover than you can shake a rubber chicken at! A fantastic work in gouache over graphite on bright white illustration board with an image area of 12" x 18.5". Signed in the image area and in the margin below. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Lightle Excalibur #33 Cover Nightcrawler Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Steve Lightle Excalibur #33 Cover Nightcrawler Original Art (Marvel, 1991). It's part two of the story arc "Girls' School from HECK", and Captain Britain is showing Nightcrawler what's-what, as Meggan and Phoenix cheer and ogle his biceps. High School gone wrong for super-heroes, as rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, and header are all stat paste-up. There is some production tape residue on the margins. In Excellent condition.

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George Pérez and Al Vey Avengers V3#10 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1998)....
George Pérez and Al Vey Avengers V3#10 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1998). For a series that has had many high-points, this is from yet another of them! The team of Kurt Busiek (writer), George Pérez (penciler), and Al Vey (inker) turned out some of the best Avengers stories of the decade. This cover features Avengers new and old with Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Justice, and Firestar surrounded by a multitude of balloons with the faces of Avengers past and present. Too many to list! One thing to note, Agent Coulson of TV's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been seen to use an energy shield based on the one Cap has on this cover. The cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo, and "M box" are stat paste-ups. Signed by Pérez in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Byrne and Mike Machlan Avengers West Coast #51 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1989)....
John Byrne and Mike Machlan Avengers West Coast #51 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). The title page of the story "I Sing of Arms and Heroes..." features a large portrait of Iron Man's helmet with reflections of Wonder Man, the Wasp, Hank Pym, and US Agent. They don't look happy to see him. The page was created in ink with Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25" (including the paste-up indicia). Light toning and in Excellent condition.

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Richard Williams MAD Magazine #549 Uncle Trump Painting Original Art (EC, 2018)....
Richard Williams MAD Magazine #549 Uncle Trump Painting Original Art (EC, 2018). Part of MAD's annual "20 Dumbest People, Events, and Things" feature, this painting is based on James Montgomery Flagg's "Uncle Sam", with President Trump's face. It is titled "I Don't Want You", and was the 10th feature in the list, under the header "Trump Bans Transgender Soldiers -- F. U. For Your Service". Created in oil on 18" x 24" canvas-wrapped board, it is signed and dated 2017 in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) Conan the Barbarian #29 Complete 20-Page Story "Two Against Turan!" Or... (Total: 20 Original Art)
John Buscema and Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) Conan the Barbarian #29 Complete 20-Page Story "Two Against Turan!" Original Art (Marvel, 1973). There is much blood and thunder in this story that was freely adapted from the Robert E. Howard tale "Two Against Tyre". Competing religious ideologies and magic make for a Conan story with plenty of chances for fist and sword fights. Buscema and Chan were on their game as these are some impressive action pages. The story was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board pages with an image area of 10" x 15" each. Some panels are original art paste-up (with a bit of glue residue near them), and the last panel of the story is a stat paste-up. Overall they are in Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jim Starlin and Alan Weiss Gambit #18 Cover Deadpool, Bullseye, and Others Original Art (Marvel, 2000)....
Jim Starlin and Alan Weiss Gambit #18 Cover Deadpool, Bullseye, and Others Original Art (Marvel, 2000). Gambit is surrounded by some of Marvel's best villains: the Constrictor, Bullseye, Sabretooth, and Deadpool (O.K., not really a villain, but roll with it...). Chessboard covers are always popular with fans, and this is a great one penciled by Jim Starlin, Marvel's Space-Born Artist (O.K., he wasn't really born in space, but roll with it...). Rendered in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-7-64 (United Feature Syndicat...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-7-64 (United Feature Syndicate, 1964). A funny strip with a bit of a story behind it! A 1963 news article alerted Schulz to the discovery of "Eraserophagia" by Doctors J. L. Curry and W. J. Howland. This equates to "nibbling on pencil erasers", which then show up as mysterious spots on X-rays. Schulz worked the disease into a weeklong bit in Peanuts from 5-4-64 to 5-9-64. One of the funniest was this strip from 5-7-64, with Lucy's characteristic brand of compassion for her fellow man. As the personalized message in the top margin indicates, this was gifted to Dr. W. J. Howland himself. The piece was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". The strip is signed in the last panel in the top margin. There are several spots of whiteout across the strip that seem to cover up pencil scribbling in the margins and the image area. It has been folded between panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate, as was common on Peanuts strips. Overall in Good/Very Good condition. Comes with a photocopy of some of the other strips and the newspaper article that inspired them.

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John Byrne and Jerry Ordway Fantastic Four #283 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1985)....
John Byrne and Jerry Ordway Fantastic Four #283 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1985). A perfect complement to Jack Kirby's cover for Fantastic Four Annual #5, which also features the Psycho-Man, this striking cover is powerful in its dynamic layout and perspective. John Byrne's run on this title is considered by many fans to be second only to the Jack Kirby years. This striking image was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by both artists next to the UPC box, it is also signed again by Byrne inside the UPC box. As a bonus, the cover is additionally signed by Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter in the lower right margin. Light toning. The original logo is a stat affixed to an acetate overlay. In Excellent condition.

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Jim Lee and Scott Williams Superman V2#210 Story Page 8 Wonder Woman Original Art (DC, 2004)....
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Superman V2#210 Story Page 8 Wonder Woman Original Art (DC, 2004). The Amazing Amazon herself stars on this page. With her recent box office domination in three different DC movies, Wonder Woman's public profile is at an all-time high. The art team on DC's hugely popular "Hush" story arc from Batman produced this page in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by inker Scott Williams in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art 10-22-48 (New York Star, 1948)....
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art 10-22-48 (New York Star, 1948). This is the earliest Pogo strip we have ever offered! Before Pogo became a nationally syndicated strip in May of 1949, it had a wonderful but short run in the New York Star newspaper that started on 10-4-48. This strip from just the third week introduced readers to skunk marksman "Secret Weapon Jones". Created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5". Lightly toned, with handling wear on the edges. In Very Good condition.

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Dan Jurgens and Kevin Nowlan Action Comics #830 Cover Original Art (DC, 2005)....
Dan Jurgens and Kevin Nowlan Action Comics #830 Cover Original Art (DC, 2005). Superman is mobbed by his adoring fans on this cover rendered in ink over graphite on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #121 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1972)....
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #121 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). The FF face "The Mysterious Mind Blowing Secret of Gabriel!" in this story. On this page, Johnny gets taken down by a brick chimney. Chim-chim-cheree, pal. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is slightly toned, with a bit of production tape residue in the bottom margin. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Klaus Janson Daredevil #194 Double Page Splash 2-3 Original Art (Marvel, 1983)....
Klaus Janson Daredevil #194 Double Page Splash 2-3 Original Art (Marvel, 1983). The title page for the story "Judgement" by Denny O'Neil is a full splash page that is part of this two-page spread. The vertigo-inducing bird's eye view was produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 20.5" x 15". Several of the caption boxes are stat paste-ups. There is some whiteout art correction in places, and the boards are lightly toned. Conjoined on the back with tape. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Bernie Wrightson Creepshow Partial Story "The Crate" Original Art Group of 2 (New American Library, 1982).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Bernie Wrightson Creepshow Partial Story "The Crate" Original Art Group of 2 (New American Library, 1982). Getting Bernie Wrightson to illustrate the adaptation of Stephen King's Creepshow was a stroke of genius. It is the finest homage to EC Comics that one can imagine. This story segment, titled "The Crate", starred fan-favorite actress Adrienne Barbeau as Wilma Northrup, and Hal Holbrook as her long-suffering husband Henry. As much as fans love her, the scene included here where Henry daydreams of shooting her was one of the most startling (and satisfying) in the movie. The pages were brilliantly created in ink and gouache on illustration board with image areas of 12.5" x 16".

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Graham Ingels Vault of Horror #25 Story Page 4 Original Art (EC, 1952)....
Graham Ingels Vault of Horror #25 Story Page 4 Original Art (EC, 1952). The Old Witch puts a preface on this page of the story "Collection Completed!" The taxidermy tale was co-plotted by Al Feldstein and Bill Gaines, then executed by "Ghastly" Graham Ingels at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.5" x 18". The board is lightly toned, with minor pinholes in the top margin, and an original art correction paste-up in Panel 5 (next to a text correction paste-up). There is a missing text correction in Panel 6. Overall in Very Good condition. This is one page you will want to mount on your wall!

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Bernie Wrightson Giant-Size Chillers #3 Unused Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Bernie Wrightson Giant-Size Chillers #3 Unused Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1975). This unfinished cover design is almost a dead-ringer for the published cover by Ed Hannigan and Bernie Wrightson. This piece is partially penciled and partially inked, but it showcases why Wrightson is called "The Master of the Macabre". The piece has standard cover image area dimensions of 9.75" x 15" on Bristol board. The board is lightly toned; however, in Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb - Hand-Drawn "Map to Eric's Place" Original Art (c. early 1970s)....
Robert Crumb - Hand-Drawn "Map to Eric's Place" Original Art (c. early 1970s). An original hand-drawn map to a friend's place, probably from the early 1970s period when Robert was living in San Francisco with Kathy Goodell, while wife Dana remained in Potter Valley. Robert had a habit of staying with one while running from the other, back and forth, for about five years. The detailed map takes one from Geary Boulevard up north through Mill Valley to Muir Beach. Crumb has added a nice drawing of Eric's pad overlooking the Pacific, in the upper right. Art is in black marker on cardboard, matted with an opening size of 10.25" x 13.5" and framed using Plexiglas for an overall size of 15.75" x 19" Unsigned. Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb - Hand-Drawn "Potter Valley" Map Original Art (c. early 1970s)....
Robert Crumb - Hand-Drawn "Potter Valley" Map Original Art (c. early 1970s). In 1970, using a $5,000 advance from Ballantine for his Head Comix book, Robert and Dana Crumb bought a former commune in Potter Valley, CA, practically sight-unseen, to escape the madness of the city's hippie scene. There, they lived with young son Jesse, while Robert tended goats and chickens as he continued to pump out Underground comic books. Here's an incredibly rare hand-drawn map done for a friend, showing the route from San Francisco to their shack of a home, some 150 miles north. In the upper left, Crumb added a "Come to Beautiful Potter Valley" illustration of Flakey Foont driving an old car (Dana in fact drove a 1947 Pontiac during that time). The art is in black marker, atypical of Crumb but logical for something like this, which was never meant to be published or seen outside of Crumb's close circle of friends. It's on paper that has been matted and framed with Plexiglas, for an overall size of 15.75" x 19". Unsigned. Very Good condition.

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John Byrne What The--?! #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
John Byrne What The--?! #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1990). This cover features parodies of the Avengers and the Justice League of America. Most fans remember John Byrne for his long runs on Fantastic Four, Uncanny X-Men, Avengers, or even Alpha Flight, but many forget that he cut his comic book artist's teeth on humor comics... Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch, and Rog-2000 stories. Here, he gets to show his silly side yet again with this title that was a loving tribute to Marvel's Not Brand Echh! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, and header info are stat paste-ups. There is an acetate overlay with a text box on it for a color hold effect. The board is lightly toned, with a bit of glue residue stain on the paste-up elements, and glue residue in the lower margin. Signed in the image area. In Very Good condition.

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Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten Captain America #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2012)....
Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten Captain America #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2012). The Sentinel of Liberty battles Codename Bravo on the cover of the story "American Dreamers: Part 5". Created in ink over graphite on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. Signed by both artists in the lower left "MNV Leisten", and signed again by them in the top right corner. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Rude A Wonder Woman Country Christmas Painting Original Art (2016)....
Steve Rude A Wonder Woman Country Christmas Painting Original Art (2016). Influenced by the old masters, Steve Rude's paintings are always a treat for the eyes. This one even more so, as it is jam-packed with characters and festooned with detail and holiday cheer! Every character is unique and seems to have his or her own story, and the central character, Wonder Woman, is simply beaming with love. This large piece was created in opaque watercolor on illustration board with an image area of 34" x 22". Signed and dated in the lower right corner. It is also signed and titled on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Hunt Super Spider-Man #177 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976)....
Dave Hunt Super Spider-Man #177 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976). An all-new splash page was created to introduce the reprint story "The Vulture Hangs High", which first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #128 in 1974. One of the original inkers on the story, Dave Hunt, handled this recreation of the splash page to reformat it to the horizontal UK weekly publication. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15.25" x 10". Signed by David Hunt in the far right of the image area. All text, logo, and title are stat paste-ups. The board is lightly toned, with some glue residue near the various paste-ups. In Very Good condition.

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Steve Rude Legends of The DC Universe #22 Painted Cover Superman Original Art (DC, 1999)....
Steve Rude Legends of The DC Universe #22 Painted Cover Superman Original Art (DC, 1999). This awesome Steve Rude scene captures explosive action of the Kirby-inspired story "Transilvane" perfectly. This watercolor and cel vinyl paint on board painting has an overall size of 13.5" x 22", and it has been matted out to 19.75" x 27.5". Signed and dated in the lower right image area. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Hunt Super Spider-Man #188 Splash Page 1 Thor and Hela Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976)....
Dave Hunt Super Spider-Man #188 Splash Page 1 Thor and Hela Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976). A stunning full body image of Hela! Fans of her encounter with Thor Odinson in the Marvel movie Thor: Ragnarok should be interested in this splash page for sure, as it has three of the major players from the movie in one scene. Titled "If Death Should Die!", this all-new splash page opened the second part of the story "...And So, To Die!" which originally was published in Thor #190, originally illustrated by John Buscema. Dave Hunt does a great job with the Kirby Krackle around Hela. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 10". The printed logo bar and all hand-lettered text are paste-ups. Some are missing, leaving glue residue behind. The toned page is in Good/Very Good condition, with great eye-appeal.

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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Sgt. Fury #13 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Sgt. Fury #13 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Although Izzy Cohen and Gabriel Jones get name-checked in the first panel, it's Corporal Dum-Dum Dugan and Dino Manelli who hog all the action on the page. From the classic story "Fighting Side-By-Side With... Captain America and Bucky!" which features their first meeting with the Howling Commandos. This twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Light toning with just a bit of whiteout art correction on the Howitzer barrel. In Excellent condition. As Dugan says in the last panel: "Now let's go shoot us a cannon!"

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Dave Hunt and Mike Esposito Super Spider-Man #179 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976)....
Dave Hunt and Mike Esposito Super Spider-Man #179 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976). This weekly UK reprint mag needed a new splash page to open the story "Betrayed!" from Amazing Spider-Man #130. It's a great recreation of the original Ross Andru/Frank Giacoia/Dave Hunt piece in a horizontal format instead. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 10". All text is stat paste-up, with some missing, leaving glue residue behind. Overall the page is in Very Good condition.

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John Buscema, John Romita, and Frank Giacoia Fantastic Four #114 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Buscema, John Romita, and Frank Giacoia Fantastic Four #114 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Pure Marvel Age action from a trio of virtuoso artists! This issue had the first full appearance of the Overmind (he only had a couple of panels at the end of the previous issue). The cover for "But Who Shall Stop the Over-Mind" features the Fantastic Four in full battle mode, with Mr. Fantastic and the Human Torch showing off their powers. The art is crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, logo, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. Slight paste-up glue residue is in the top margin. There has been some slight stain-removal restoration done in the past, and several elements were moved around in post-production, so the published image is slightly different. The biggest changes were that the Thing's body and the Overmind's hands were completely re-drawn. Other changes include: the buildings were moved up in the image area and/or changed; Sue was moved away from Reed's leg; more of the Human Torch can be seen; and the smoke around the Pogo Jet changed. Some of these alterations were done on this page with paste-up stats (since removed), and others seem to have been done after-the-fact on production stats. This page has had some restoration work done, including overall lightening, minor stain removal of glue residue, some touch-ups on abrasions, and some production tape removal. There is a repaired rip on the right side margin. Signed by John Buscema in the lower margin. Overall, in restored Excellent condition, with great eye-appeal.

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Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta Billy the Kid Adventure Magazine #1 Panel Page Original Art (Toby, 1950)....
Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta Billy the Kid Adventure Magazine #1 Panel Page Original Art (Toby, 1950). Page 1 of the feature "Draw! Facts About Gun-Fighting" features some great Western images by two of the finest artists in comics. It originally saw print titled "Guns -- Facts About Firearms" in this issue of Billy the Kid Aventure Magazine. It was later reprinted twice: in John Wayne Adventure Comics #2 and John Wayne Adventures #14. Both of those reprints used the title seen on this art today. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18.25". The board is toned, with some glue residue near the paste-up new title. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Thor #154 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Thor #154 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968). A striking and highly-memorable cover by the royal team of Jack "The King" Kirby and Vince "The Prince" Colletta! The colors on the printed cover did the background in a solid green to make Thor almost jump right off the page at you. Here, you don't have that to distract your eye from the highly-detailed and character-stuffed background. It features Loki, Ulik, Mangog, Hela (star of Thor: Ragnarok), Doctor Don Blake, Lady Sif, Karnilla the Queen of the Norns, and Balder the Brave. This was Kirby at a peak period, turning out fantastic art like nobody's business. Created in ink over graphite on Curtiss Way Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The main image is on one sheet of Bristol, the bottom 1.5" is original art on another affixed to the back, and the paste-up corner box and logo are affixed to another section (with some original art) affixed to the top of the main board. There is a bit of a production oil stain in the middle left side, into Loki's figure. There's also light toning and some whiteout art correction in places. The boards are production two-hole-punched in the top and bottom margins. In Very Good condition.

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Dave Hunt and Frank Giacoia Super Spider-Man #165 Cover Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976)....
Dave Hunt and Frank Giacoia Super Spider-Man #165 Cover Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976). A very spot-on redux of John Romita Sr.'s cover for Amazing Spider-Man #116, which this issue reprints in part. The story of the Smasher (the big guy on the cover) actually started as the story of the Man-Monster in Spectacular Spider-Man magazine #1. That story was reformatted, and his name was changed, to reprint in ASM issues #116-118. Hunt's cover here was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 10". The board is lightly toned, with a minor amount of handling wear on the edges, and some very minor stains in the margins. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond - Christmas Card Illustration Original Art (1934)....
Alex Raymond - Christmas Card Illustration Original Art (1934). Alex Raymond and his family wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This work was acquired from a Raymond family member and has never before been on the market. A charming and dashing image of Flash Gordon and Dale Arden, with a small child. Image created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 11" x 13". The bottom right corner was missing and has been restored. A bit of paste-up over the word "From" is missing, leaving some slight abrasions and glue residue. In Very Good condition. Acid-free archival matting, framed with plexiglas. A Christmas card from the Raymonds would be quite rare, but the original art used to create their Christmas card is definitely a true "one-of-a-kind" item.

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Dave Hunt and Duffy Vohland Super Spider-Man #186 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976)....
Dave Hunt and Duffy Vohland Super Spider-Man #186 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel UK, 1976). This all-new splash page by the art team of Hunt and Vohland was based on the original splash page from Amazing Spider-Man #137 (art by Ross Andru/Frank Giacoia/Dave Hunt). As this British weekly reprint mag had a horizontal format to allow printing two US pages on each UK page, vertical splash pages needed to be redrawn. The Prologue on this issue was titled "The Green Goblin Strikes!", and the main story was titled "Death Trap Times Three". The art is in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 10". All text is printed paste-up, with some missing, leaving glue residue behind. The board is toned, with a slightly rusty staple in the top left corner. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Burne Hogarth Tarzan #946 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art Dated 4-24-49 (United Feature Syndicate, 1949)....
Burne Hogarth Tarzan #946 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art Dated 4-24-49 (United Feature Syndicate, 1949). Tarzan has helped overthrow a dictator, and in this strip wisely suggests that his own citizens decide the despot's fate. An exciting Sunday with fabulous Hogarth art, created in ink and red ink key lines over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.5" x 26.5" (including the paste-up header/logo). There is discoloration, and some glue residue, along with stains in the lower section. The boards are joined on the back with tape. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman Painting Original Art (2016)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman Painting Original Art (2016). As dangerous as she is sensuous, this Catwoman (based on Michelle Pfeiffer's appearance in Batman Returns) it taking a bit of a break to wash up. Master painter Olivia has used cats in her works before ("Cat & Mouse", and "Purrs, not Furs") to great effect. This sleek and shiny work was created in acrylic paint (with some metallics) on a 12" x 24" hardwood panel with a varnish overcoat. Signed in the lower left corner and open-front framed out to 13.75" x 25.75". Wonderfully signed and dated on the back with a big, bold signature. In Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane DC Sampler #1 Double-Page Splash Pages 4-5 Superman Family Original Art (DC, 1983).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Gil Kane DC Sampler #1 Double-Page Splash Pages 4-5 Superman Family Original Art (DC, 1983). A two-page spread that is covered with guest-stars and supporting characters! Superman looms large, surrounded by figures of Superboy, Batman and the Outsiders (including Black Lighting, now on Netflix), Amethyst Princess of Gemworld, the Demon, Blackhawk, Swamp Thing, Santa Claus (?), Supergirl, Lois Lane, Lana Lang, Perry White, Jimmy Olsen, Steve Lombard, Lex Luthor, and Braniac. Whew! That's a lot. Created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 21.5" x 15". The pages are taped together from the back. There is foxing and water damage in the upper left and right corners. Comes with the onionskin overlays of text. In Good condition.

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Tim Sale Wolverine / Gambit: Victims #3 Double-Page Spread Pages 17-18 Original Art (Marvel, 1995)....
Tim Sale Wolverine / Gambit: Victims #3 Double-Page Spread Pages 17-18 Original Art (Marvel, 1995). Logan gets ambushed by the ragin' Cajun on this two-page spread. Tim Sale is most-known for his 12-part DC series The Long Halloween. The tumbling panel layout was created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 20.25" x 15.75". All text is printed paste-ups. The boards are joined on the back with tape. Signed by Sale on the lower right. On the lower left it is signed by writer Jeph Loeb, with a little note about playing poker. In Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-18 (King Features Syndicate, 1918)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-18 (King Features Syndicate, 1918). You get a lot of Coconino wackiness in this Sunday! An introduction of a new character... Joe Bush, the bushiest bush dog who ever bushed... and a great boomerang gag! Wundafil! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 20". The board is toned and slightly curved from being rolled. There is a minor rip in the top right marginal corner, some edge wear, and a bit of staining (some in the image area). Overall in Very Good condition.

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Winsor McCay - "Five Billion Dollar Prosperity Loan" Editorial Cartoon Illustration Original Art (New York Herald, c. 1931)....
Winsor McCay - "Five Billion Dollar Prosperity Loan" Editorial Cartoon Illustration Original Art (New York Herald, c. 1931). This political cartoon (by the creator of Gertie the Dinosaur, and Little Nemo in Slumberland) is in favor of William Randolph Hearst's 1931 proposal that Congress create a $5,000,000,000.00 loan package to subsidize public works. It's not surprising that this editorial comic supports the idea, as Hearst owned the newspaper. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with a matted image area of 16.5" x 11.25". Signed in the bottom right corner. Matted out to 21.5" x 16.5". The board is toned. In Very Good condition.

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Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #150 Splash Page 1 The Avengers Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #150 Splash Page 1 The Avengers Original Art (Marvel, 1974). The Avengers and the Inhumans guest-starred in this tale titled "Ultron-7: He'll Rule the World!" On this very page we can see the mutant Scarlet Witch, the android Vision, the Inhumans Triton and Black Bolt, the Asgardian God of Thunder Thor, and FF members Invisible Girl, Mr. Fantastic, and the ever lovin' blue-eyed Thing! As the blurb on the page shouted at you - "Possibly the Greatest One-Hundred-Fiftieth Anniversary Issue EVER!" Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the stat paste-up indicia and header). There are whiteout art corrections on the page in places, and the page is toned. There is some production tape residue in the margins, a stripped-in text correction, and some handling stains on the sides of the image area. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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John Severin Ringo Kid #12 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Severin Ringo Kid #12 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). The cover promised "7 six-shootin' sagas of the Golden West, all spelling Action!" The rip-snortin', rootin'-tootin', six-shootin' cover was created by John Severin, himself no stranger to Westerns, after his many years with EC Comics in the 1950s. The piece was created in ink over graphite on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo, corner box, header text, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. There is glue residue, production tape, and discoloration on the cover art. In Good/Very Good condition.

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Dick Sprang Superman Faux Cover Original Art (1998)....
Dick Sprang Superman Faux Cover Original Art (1998). Most-known as a Batman artist, Dick Sprang could nevertheless turn out a dandy Superman! That steely-eye piercing stare is quite gripping. It was on a 1948 DC Model Sheet, per Sprang's signed note on the reverse. Created in ink over graphite on oversized bright white Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The logo and all header text are stat paste-ups. Signed and dated in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #5 "You're Perfect" Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1...
Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #5 "You're Perfect" Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1968). No one does "ugly" like Basil Wolverton! He has been known for his over-the-top illustrations for decades. They have appeared in newspapers, comic strips, comic books, trading cards, and MAD Magazine. The text on this card read "You're Perfect... ...A Perfect Idiot!". Created in ink over graphite on 14.5" x 21" Bristol board. There is a very slight crease running across the middle of the piece visible only from the back. In Excellent condition. In this same sale, we are offering an uncut sheet of cards from this set that includes this card.

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Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #1 "You Have Everything A Man Wants" Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Origi...
Basil Wolverton Ugly Hang-Ups Card #1 "You Have Everything A Man Wants" Unproduced Trading Card Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1968). Basil Wolverton's "Uglies" are gorgeously grotesque. This card set was sidelined because it was felt they were so ugly that parents wouldn't let their children buy them! The text on this card read "You Have Everything A Man Wants... ...A Mustache, A Beard, and Sideburns". Created in ink over graphite on 14.5" x 21" Bristol board. There are a couple of bits of production tape, and a ding in the lower right corner. In Excellent condition. In this same sale, we are offering an uncut sheet of cards from this set that includes this card.

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Nick Cardy Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #163 Cover Original Art (DC, 1974)....
Nick Cardy Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #163 Cover Original Art (DC, 1974). The original art for the cover of the final issue of Jimmy Olsen, before the title changed over to Superman Family with #164. This gem of a cover was created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The image of Jimmy in the gem is an original art paste-up to make him larger than he was on the board below. All text, logo, corner box art, DC bullet, and price/issue info are paste-ups. The board is toned. In Very Good condition.

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Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) Kamandi #43 Cover Original Art (DC, 1976)....
Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) Kamandi #43 Cover Original Art (DC, 1976). It's a dog-eat-dog world for Kamandi in the story "A Connecticut Mutant in Great Caesar's Court". This cover was produced in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The header, logo, and all cover text are paste-ups. There is glue residue just under the logo, and on some word balloons. The UPC box is missing, leaving glue residue. In Very Good condition.

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Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #18 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1975)....
Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #18 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1975). This page from the story "Village of the Doomed" really allowed Nestor Redondo to shine! He was already a major talent in his native Philippines and US readers were happy to be introduced to his work. This moody and expressive half-splash page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape residue in the margins, and a bit of whiteout text correction, on the toned page. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Gatefold Cover Element Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 2010)....
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Gatefold Cover Element Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Part of a gatefold variant cover, only the Spider-Man figure was used (no background) and he was paired with Wolverine for their section. It's a fantastic image of Marvel's mascot character. The Romita name is forever stamped upon this character as both father and son have worked on and influenced Spider-related titles for many years. This work was created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Signed and dated by JRJR in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Alex Ross Justice #10 Cover Painting Black Canary and Green Arrow Original Art (DC, 2007)....
Alex Ross Justice #10 Cover Painting Black Canary and Green Arrow Original Art (DC, 2007). Dinah and Ollie are about to be up to their armpits in... Clayface! A panic-inducing cover for "Justice: Chapter Ten", as produced by master painter Alex Ross in cool blue-green gouache hues over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Dick Ayers Tales to Astonish #27 Cover Recreation Hank Pym Original Art (1994)....
Dick Ayers Tales to Astonish #27 Cover Recreation Hank Pym Original Art (1994). Produced during the winter of 1993-94, this cover was recreated from the original art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. A remarkable cover for the story "The Man in the Ant Hill", which was the origin story for a founding member of the Avengers, Hank Pym - aka: Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, Yellowjacket, Dr. Pym, (and briefly) the Wasp. Ant-Man is starring in Avengers movies now, and has had his own movie as well, introducing the character to a whole new audience. This recreation cover was created in ink over graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19". It is accompanied by a COA Signed by Rosalind Kirby, Dick Ayers, and representatives of Marvel and Sotheby's. There is a slight crease in the lower left corner, a water stain on the lower right, and a small bit of foxing in the top right. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller Lone Wolf and Cub #9 Cover Original Art (First Comics, 1988)....
Frank Miller Lone Wolf and Cub #9 Cover Original Art (First Comics, 1988). Ogami Itto and his son Daigoro are no strangers to danger and assassins, as they travel the roads of life. This image is by fan-favorite comic artist Frank Miller, who himself is no stranger to drawing a katana or two. His run on Daredevil in the early 1980s pitted the blind hero against the ninja clan known as "The Hand". Miller's love for Kazou Koike and Goseki Kojima's Lone Wolf and Cub should come as no surprise to anyone. This image was created in ink on vellum with an image area of 7" x 16". Signed with an initialed "FM" in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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Alex Ross Justice Society of America #23 Cover Painting Black Adam Original Art (DC, 2009)....
Alex Ross Justice Society of America #23 Cover Painting Black Adam Original Art (DC, 2009). Teth-Adam (aka Adam Teth and more commonly "Black Adam") was the Wizard Shazam's previous pick to wield the powers of six different Gods. He fell far short of expectations. A long-time foe of the original Captain Marvel, they were evenly matched in power. This powerful cover features the lightning strike of Alex Ross's work, crafted in gouache on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18.5". Signed in the lower image area and in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #99 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #99 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). Although the story was titled "The Torch Goes Wild!", we think ol' Benjamin Grimm is pretty wild on this page, as the Thing prepares to go snow skiing! It was these wacky, comical moments that helped keep this series light-hearted in spite of the heavy personal drama and cosmic consequences of many of their stories. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were at their top form, even if it was near the end of Kirby's run on the title. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the paste-up indicia). There is paste-up glue residue on the bottom section of the page, and some production oil stains on the upper left side. In Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Sal Buscema Captain America #115 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
John Buscema and Sal Buscema Captain America #115 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). "Now Begins The Nightmare!" for Steve Rogers, as he is awakened by the Red Skull. The Skull's possession of the Cosmic Cube bodes very badly for Rogers, who is (or was) Captain America. There's a Freaky Friday thing about to happen in this issue written by Stan "the Man" Lee, and illustrated by the brothers Buscema - "Big John" and "Our Pal Sal". A great page in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the paste-up indicia and header). Sal's name is part of the stripped-in lettering correction that is held in place with tape. The page is lightly toned, more so at the top. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Alex Ross JSA #79 Cover Painting Hourman (II) Original Art (DC, 2006)....
Alex Ross JSA #79 Cover Painting Hourman (II) Original Art (DC, 2006). A rather grim looking Rick Tyler (son of Rex 'Tick-Tock' Tyler, the original Hourman) gets the cover all to himself this issue! Considering that his father was in a few episodes of the TV series Legends of Tomorrow, it is possible that we may someday see Rick on the show also. Time travel and Hourman? We see a connection. This intense painting was produced in stark black and vibrant color gouache on bright white Bristol board. The image area measures 11" x 16.5". Signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Enric (Enrique Torres-Prat) Nightmare Magazine #25 Unused Cover Painting Original Art (Skywald, 1975)....
Enric (Enrique Torres-Prat) Nightmare Magazine #25 Unused Cover Painting Original Art (Skywald, 1975). Skywald's horror anthology magazine ended with issue #23; however, they were already working on issue #25. According to the book Skywald! The Complete Illustrated History of the Horror-Mood (Page 241), this painting was intended for the cover of the unpublished issue #25. Enric is no stranger to vampires, having produced many classic Vampirella pieces. This painting features a lovely little Vampiress, created in oil on loose canvas that has been matted to 12.5" x 12.5". Signed in the 8" x 8" image area. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola B.P.R.D., The Black Flame #1 (#18) Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2005)....
Mike Mignola B.P.R.D., The Black Flame #1 (#18) Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2005). The horror continues as the story of the frog-monsters unfolds in this Hellboy spin-off series. This was the first issue of this mini-series, but it is issue #18 in the "whole numbering" system. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board. Signed "M" in the artwork and signed just below the image in the 9" x 13" image area. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Thor #222 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Thor #222 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). The Mighty Thor and the Lion of Olympus, Hercules, as they prepare to stand "Before the Gates of Hell!" But first... arm wrestling! A bit of levity after last issue's knock-down drag-out fight, and the upcoming battle with Lord Pluto in the Underworld. This wonderful Bronze Age page was created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a bit of production oil stain in the lower right, and some production tape residue in the margins. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Alex Ross Miss Fury #1 Variant Cover Original Art (Dynamite Entertainment, 2013)....
Alex Ross Miss Fury #1 Variant Cover Original Art (Dynamite Entertainment, 2013). Released as the "Subscription Variant" cover, Alex Ross breathes new life into Tarpé Mills' 1941 comic strip character (originally known as "Black Fury"). A gorgeous piece in sensuous red and purple, it was created in gouache over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18.5". Signed in the lower right image area and in Excellent condition.

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John Severin and Wally Wood Creepy #78 Complete 8-Page Story "Creeps" Original Art (Warren, 1976)....
John Severin and Wally Wood Creepy #78 Complete 8-Page Story "Creeps" Original Art (Warren, 1976). Lester Finch sees creeps everywhere... and this story may give you "the creeps" as well! Especially when you see the mention of the name "Berkowitz" on Page 2. This story was in the March 1976 issue, which would have hit the stands in January/February of 1976. David Berkowitz would begin a horrific killing spree in July of 1976 that would earn him the nickname of the "Son of Sam". Wonderful art by two of the top artists in the business, John Severin and Wally Wood. The pages were produced in ink and Zipatone over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is most likely that the story title was produced on an acetate overlay that is not included, as there is no indication of a missing stat. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Alex Ross JSA #76 Cover Painting Mr. Terrific (II) Original Art (DC, 2005)....
Alex Ross JSA #76 Cover Painting Mr. Terrific (II) Original Art (DC, 2005). Fans of the TV series Arrow will surely recognize this character as he was the basis for the Curtis Holt version of Mr. Terrific on the show. Michael Holt was the first person to honor Terry Sloane's Mister Terrific identity, down to wearing the motto "Fair Play" on his sleeve. Part of a string of eight covers Alex Ross painted, each depicting a single team-member against a black background. Striking and elegant, they were a wonderful way to showcase some of the characters. This terrific painting was created in gouache on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 17". Signed in the lower margin and in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, The Last Boy on Earth #25 Splash Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1975)....
Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, The Last Boy on Earth #25 Splash Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1975). Splash title page for Chapter Two of the story "Freak Show!!!" was titled "The Ultimate Fear!" The page guest-stars Ben Boxer and Steve (of the Nuclear People). Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The "Fear!" in the title is a paste-up. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, and John Verpoorten Captain America Annual #3 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, and John Verpoorten Captain America Annual #3 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Captain America and Jim Hendricks meet "The Thing From the Black Hole Star!" on this very page. It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is lightly toned, with production tape residue in the top and bottom margin. Signed by Kirby in the last panel. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Wally Wood Sandman #6 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1975)....
Jack Kirby and Wally Wood Sandman #6 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1975). The very last time Kirby and Wood ever teamed up. Nearly seventeen years after the two comic art titans worked on Challengers of the Unknown and Sky Masters of the Space Force, the magic was still there! As always, Wood's deep shadows and polished inked linework add a wonderful depth and texture to Kirby's power-packed pencils. The Bristol board has an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape residue in the top and bottom margins, and light toning. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-26-70 (United Feature Syndic...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 5-26-70 (United Feature Syndicate, 1970). The Doctor is in... and way out also! This is one of the funniest Psychiatry Booth comics we have ever seen. It is biting and brilliant, and was produced at a peak period for Schulz. Lucy in the Psychiatry Booth is one of the many well-remembered recurring skits in this long-running series, and that makes strips with this theme highly-sought by collectors. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Signed by Schulz in the last panel. It has previously been folded between panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate, which is common for these strips. Handsomely matted and UV glass front framed to 36" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). This page from the story "Trapped by the Fellowship of Fear" features Mr. Fear, the Ox, and the Eel. The slippery Eel would go on to become one of Marvel's beloved recurring third-tier villains, battling almost every major hero in Marvel's stable at some point. The page also features both Matt Murdock, and his original yellow and black costume. The twice-up page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The "continued..." strip is held on with production tape. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Johnson 100 Bullets #11 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2000)....
Dave Johnson 100 Bullets #11 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2000). Agent Graves gives Lily Roach 100 untraceable bullets and information about who harmed her daughter four years ago in the story "Heartbreak, Sunny Side Up". 100 Bullets ran for 100 issues, during which time it won Eisner and Harvey Awards. This magnificent cover image was created in graphite and gouache on textured art paper with an image area of 15.5" x 24.5". Glass front framed out to 26" x 35". Signed and dated in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood and Bob Powell Daredevil #9 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Wally Wood and Bob Powell Daredevil #9 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Marvel's Man Without Fear saves a dungeon full of people on this page from the story "That He May See!" Art legend Wally Wood provided the layouts for Bob Powell's powerful pencils, which Wood then inked himself. This twice-up scale page has an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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Keith Giffen and Wally Wood All-Star Comics #62 Justice Society of America/Power Girl Original Art (DC, 1976)....
Keith Giffen and Wally Wood All-Star Comics #62 Justice Society of America/Power Girl Original Art (DC, 1976). Set on Earth-2, this page features the Golden Age versions of Superman, Wildcat, Hawkman, and Hourman, along with new creation Power Girl (Kara Zor-L). This was one of Keith Giffen's earliest assignments at DC Comics. He and scripter Paul Levitz would later produce some of the most memorable issues of Legion of Super-Heroes. On this page, Giffen provided the layout for comic art legend Wally Wood to handle the finished pencils and inks (with some background inks by Al Sirois). Crafted in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page has some tape residue in the top and bottom. In Excellent condition.

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Bob Powell and Wally Wood Strange Tales #134 Story Page 10 Human Torch and Thing Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Bob Powell and Wally Wood Strange Tales #134 Story Page 10 Human Torch and Thing Original Art (Marvel, 1965). It was the last issue to run the Human Torch/Thing team-up tales, and Marvel pulled out all the stops... Kang the Conqueror, Uatu the Watcher, King Arthur... and art by Bob Powell and Wally Wood! This page features a fantastic image of the Thing tossing a horse, and Johnny Storm all flamed-up. Kang even shows up in Panels 4 and 5. His appearance here was nestled between his previous appearance in Avengers #11 and his later dust-up with them in Avengers #23. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Quasar #15 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Mike Mignola Quasar #15 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Just a scant four years before the release of his iconic series Hellboy, Mike Mignola produced this cosmic cover for Quasar that featured the Stranger (first seen in 1965's X-Men #11), and a pile of dying Watchers. The cover was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed and dated in the lower right image area, and in Excellent condition.

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Don Heck and Wally Wood Avengers #20 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Don Heck and Wally Wood Avengers #20 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Is "Cap's Kooky Quartet" about to become a Quintet? They will if the Mandarin's plan works out and Swordsman joins the team under false pretenses in the story "Vengeance Is Ours!" Great image of the then-current team along with retired Avenger, Iron Man. The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #138 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #138 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982). The cover for "Isle of the Dead" features Conan at his sword-swinging, serpent-slashing, damsel-saving best! Action and blood, as befitting a creation from the mind of Robert E. Howard. The cover was produced in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo and all header dressing are original stats. There are pinholes in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-29-38 (Chicago Tribune, 1938)....
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-29-38 (Chicago Tribune, 1938). A tear-jerker melodramatic scene, as a jailed Burma plants a passionate "goodbye" kiss on Pat Ryan in the last panel of this daily titled "Lip Service". Boy, and how! This very rare kiss between the two was discovered in the Harvey Comics warehouse art find and has never been offered on the market before! The daily was created in ink and blue wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.5". Glue residue in the margins, and a paste-up text correction. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Marvel Premiere #25 Cover Iron Fist Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Marvel Premiere #25 Cover Iron Fist Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Iron Fist is hot right now with his recent appearances on the Netflix series Iron Fist, and Defenders. Super-star artist Gil Kane had an almost 60 year career in comics and is much admired as one of the most dynamic masters of comic art. Embellishing Gil's pencils is Dan Adkins, a fine artist in his own right and more than able to bring out the power of Kane's pencils. Produced in ink over graphite on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo is a modern stat affixed to the page. There are a few touches of production whiteout art correction. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 Trade Paperback "The Right Hand of Doom" Story Page 3 "The Vârcolac" Original Art (Dark Ho...
Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 Trade Paperback "The Right Hand of Doom" Story Page 3 "The Vârcolac" Original Art (Dark Horse, 2000). The story "The Vârcolac" first appeared as a serialized adventure in a "Sunday comic strip" format in Dark Horse Extra #14-19. However for this collection of Hellboy stories, Mike Mignola redrew the entire story into comic book format. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.25". It is signed and remarqued in the lower left margin with a small drawing of Abe Sapien. In Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes "Clowes in Lambiek" Exhibition Illustration Original Art (c. 1998)....
Daniel Clowes "Clowes in Lambiek" Exhibition Illustration Original Art (c. 1998). In 1998 there was a Daniel Clowes Exposition in the famous Comic Shop Lambiek in Amsterdam. This piece was created for a promotional print to celebrate the appearance. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 11". The hand-lettering is paste-up. Signed below the image area, it is glass front framed to 17" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Jose "Pepe" Gonzalez "Daydreaming" Illustration Original Art (2001)....
Jose "Pepe" Gonzalez "Daydreaming" Illustration Original Art (2001). This wonderful and wistful piece is as large as it is lovely. A stunning work in delicate pure graphite, it is on bright white 27.5" x 37". Signed and dated in the lower section. Rolled, and in Excellent condition.

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Geof Darrow Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot #2 Story Page 21 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1995)....
Geof Darrow Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot #2 Story Page 21 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1995). Big Guy may be a big guy... but this Kaiju is even bigger! It is giant monster action as "The Big Guy Kicks Butt!" on a radioactive-spawned nightmare in the heart of the city. The amazing page is comprised of two large half-splash page panels, and covered with Darrow's signature hyper-detailed art in pure ink on vellum with an image area of 11.75" x 18.25". Signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes CAD: A Handbook For Heels "Dear John..." Illustration Original Art (Feral House, 1992)....
Daniel Clowes CAD: A Handbook For Heels "Dear John..." Illustration Original Art (Feral House, 1992). This image of a way out house may make you skip-to-my-loo! The image of "Dear John" is signed "Smokey", but is unmistakably by Dan Clowes. Created in ink and Zipatone on 10.5" x 13" Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 12". The board is lightly toned. The bottom left of the image area has the word "Or" marked out in black marker, which looks to have been done at the time of production. In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Dave Gibbons Watchmen #3 Page 24 Rorschach and Nite Owl Original Art (DC, 1986)....
Dave Gibbons Watchmen #3 Page 24 Rorschach and Nite Owl Original Art (DC, 1986). "Dr. Manhattan Leaves Earth" is the headline. A sleeping Dan (aka Nite Owl) gets a rude awakening with some disturbing news from Rorschach, in this tense page from "The Judge of All Earth," the third installment in writer Alan Moore's classic superhero tale, Watchmen. Rorschach's cautionary synopsis in this page references many of the most important themes from the entire story, making this a perfect stand-alone example. The impact of this landmark series is profound, and original art is highly sought-after. Great image of Rorschach in Panels 7 and 8. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.75". Light toning and in Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #76 Story Page 3 Wolverine/Weapon X Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #76 Story Page 3 Wolverine/Weapon X Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Professor Thornton and Carol Hines are about to get a shocking visit from Wolverine's subconscious, and it's more than their monitors can seem to take! An exciting page from the series that revolutionized the concept of how Wolverine came to be. Barry Windsor-Smith's art is among the very top-tier of artists in the industry. This page is no exception. Created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by "BWS" in the first panel. Lightly toned with some minor handling wear in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #3 Story Page 55 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1991)....
Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #3 Story Page 55 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1991). Frank Miller and Geof Darrow's Hard Boiled was well-named, as stories just don't get much more gritty and hyper-violent than this one! Couple that with Darrow's penchant for insanely meticulous detail and you end up with pages that you could pore over for hours and still not notice every single little hidden treat. The retro art deco styling was an element that would show up in the creators' next collaboration as well... The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot. This page is inked on vellum with an image area of 10.75" x 15". It is signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller Ronin #1 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1983)....
Frank Miller Ronin #1 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1983). Visitors get a rare glimpse of the security system at the Aquarius compound on this page from the ground-breaking 12-issue series. Frank Miller's Ronin changed the direction of comics with its prestige mini-series format, combined with the fact that it was the first modern feature where DC allowed the creator to retain the rights to the character. Ronin has since been celebrated as among the most important and influential stories ever published. Miller is arguably the greatest superhero writer/artist to work during this period, and Ronin helped launch a much-needed comics revolution -- many feel that there would be no Sandman, Watchmen, or Dark Knight, without this visionary work leading the way. Ronin has inspired countless creators, among them Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fame. This is only one of a handful of pages from this series we have ever offered, owing to the comic industry lore that only pages from this first issue have ever left Miller's possession. That means there are potentially only 48 pages of the 296 pages from this six-issue series "out in the wild". And unlike many pages from Miller's other 80s works, the original art and writing here are pure Frank Miller, making this a rare treat indeed. Crafted in ink over graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 11.25" x 17.75". There is production tape in the margins, and some slight handling wear. Overall the page is in Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Wake the Devil #5 Splash Page 12 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1996)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Wake the Devil #5 Splash Page 12 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1996). The vampire Giurescu attacks Hellboy, who meets the attack "head on", you might say. POW! Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". Signed by Mignola below the image area. A fantastic page that will look great in a frame on someone's wall. Make sure it is your wall. In Excellent condition.

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Jim Steranko and John Tartaglione X-Men #51 Story Page 5 Iceman, Beast, and Polaris Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jim Steranko and John Tartaglione X-Men #51 Story Page 5 Iceman, Beast, and Polaris Original Art (Marvel, 1968). In what was only her third appearance, Lorna Dane, aka Polaris, is rescued by a smitten Iceman on this page. The story was titled "The Devil Had a Daughter!", and with good reason, as Lorna Dane turns out to be the daughter of Magneto himself! Fans of the green haired mutant should be watching Fox's TV series The Gifted, where she is a major character in the series. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, with a couple of minor production oil stains on the sides (in Panels 3 and 5). In Very Good/Excellent condition.

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Moebius (Jean Giraud) Métal Hurlant #66 Story Page 1 Incal Original Art (Les Humanoides Associes, 1975)....
Moebius (Jean Giraud) Métal Hurlant #66 Story Page 1 Incal Original Art (Les Humanoides Associes, 1975). From the story "Neuraztenik Class Struggle", it features a nucleo-tactical warhead being used against a vast city/ship. When the story was reprinted in L'Incal #2 "L'Incal Lumiere" [The Incal Light] in 1982, this chapter was titled "Deprezzive Class Struggle" instead. It later saw print in the US Heavy Metal magazine V6#2 (May, 1982). Moebius art has long been associated with Heavy Metal, as he was a founding member of the French parent publication Métal Hurlant, and his art was illustrated for the Taarna section of the 1981 Heavy Metal movie. This page was created in ink over graphite on bright white 11.75" x 15" Bristol board. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Almost Colossus #1 Story Page 19 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Almost Colossus #1 Story Page 19 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1997). Hellboy is seemingly overcome by small ghouls on this fantastic page from the 2-part mini-series that counts as Hellboy issues #12 and 13 in the "whole numbering" system. That's Kate Corrigan dangling from the rope in Panel 3. The page was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". Signed by Mignola in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz Halloween Nightdance #1 Alternate Cover Painting Original Art (Devil's Due Publishing, 2008)....
Bill Sienkiewicz Halloween Nightdance #1 Alternate Cover Painting Original Art (Devil's Due Publishing, 2008). The variant cover for this issue features a chilling close-up of Michael Myers' mask and knife. It is signed by Sienkiewicz in the lower left of the 7.25" x 10" image area. Produced in oil on foam core board and open-front framed to 10.75" x 13.25". In Excellent condition.

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