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Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 16 -
Barry Windsor-Smith, Sal Buscema, Dan Adkins, and Chic Stone Conan the Barbarian #23 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). The story "The Shadow of the Vulture" was originally to appear in issue #22, but the pencil art was lost in transit. As a result, enterprising editor Roy Thomas got together a group of inkers and had them work on vellum on top of copies of the original pencil work, thus saving the issue. Conan is a bound captive on this page, but that off-panel voice at the bottom is none other than Red Sonya, so you know there will be swordplay to follow! 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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Joe Shuster - Superman War Bond Auction Illustration Original Art (1944). You may have seen Joe Shuster -
Joe Shuster - Superman War Bond Auction Illustration Original Art (1944). You may have seen Joe Shuster drawings of Superman before, but you likely have not seen one like this! It is an enormous full body drawing, with a personalized message and signature. The real kicker is that it was produced live on stage in 1944 at a well documented War Bond Auction. The winner, 6 year old Charles Pezzolla, was photographed for the Long Island Star-Journal as Joe Shuster presented him with the finished piece. The War Bond Rally was held in Flushing, NY, at the RKO Keith's Flushing Theatre on July 12th, 1944. Little Charles Pezzolla was the first to buy a bond for the Superman drawing, so even though there were subsequent bidders, it was awarded to the youngster. The piece is produced in blue pencil on 20" x 30" illustration board. Superman measures 20" from toe to spit-curled head. Shuster's signature is 6" wide alone. This is a big piece with a nice history to it. The board is toned with some foxing on the front and minor water damage on the backside. It is nicely Plexiglas front framed and ready to hang. Overall in Very Good condition. Includes lo-res prints of scans of vintage newspaper clippings to support the provenance.

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Al Capp and Frank Frazetta Li'l Abner Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-4-56 (United Feature -
Al Capp and Frank Frazetta Li'l Abner Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-4-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956). Al Capp took every opportunity to include a beautiful woman for Frank Frazetta to illustrate. Bagmar is in the first two panels, then there is a random female in the foreground of Panel 5, and another in the background of Panel 6. The Sunday, titled "You'll Cry Tomorrow", was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on four sections of Bristol board with a combined image area of 20.5" x 23.5". The sections are conjoined on the backside with tape. The boards have been folded vertically previously, and there is light toning and handling wear. Overall, they are in Very Good condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-48 (New York Star, 1948). The second-earliest -
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-48 (New York Star, 1948). The second-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 for just shy of four months. This is the first ever Pogo Christmas Eve strip. Kelly turns English into Jazz even in these early strips... "slum down the chimbley"... "Merriwerry Kringle Krangle"... brilliant. Created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5". Matted and glass front framed out to 24" x 10". In Excellent condition.

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Rob Liefeld New Mutants #98 Story Page 9 Cable Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Rob Liefeld New Mutants #98 Story Page 9 Cable Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Titled "The Beginning of the End, Part One", this was the issue that introduced Deadpool. This page features Cable and Cannonball working out in a practice session. The movie "Deadpool 2" opens just a week after this auction, and that film will have the screen debut of Cable. Liefeld had only been on the title for a year at this point, but the addition of new writer Fabian Nicieza would take this team into their own book (X-Force) after issue #100 of this title. This page was created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". Signed by Liefeld with a silver paint pen in the lower left margin. The page has very slight handling wear around the edges. It is production hole-punched in the side margins, and there is production tape holding on the bottom page number. In Excellent condition.

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Mort Drucker MAD Magazine #184 Complete 8-Page Story "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Parody -
Mort Drucker MAD Magazine #184 Complete 8-Page Story "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Parody Original Art Group of 9 Items (EC, 1976). From the Looney Binge Dept.: What could be more perfect than a MAD parody set in a sanitarium? And it is illustrated by one of the MAD-est of the MAD Men. The eight-pager is titled "One Cuckoo Flew Over the Rest" and features stupefying caricatures of Jack Nicholson, Christopher Lloyd, Danny DeVito, Scatman Crothers, and of course Louise Fletcher (Nurse Ratched). The pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 20". Text is stat paste-up, and many are coming loose. One panel has a Rubylith overlay for a color hold effect. The pages are matted and glass front framed at two-per-frame (one is Plexiglas). The frames measure 40" x 27" each. Includes a printed copy of the issue.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Lucy and Charlie Brown Original Art dated 9-20-59 (United Feature Syndic...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Lucy and Charlie Brown Original Art dated 9-20-59 (United Feature Syndicate, 1959). Violet Gray gets the spotlight as she appears in all but one panel of this Sunday. She was the first character added to the original cast of four in 1951, so this is still a fairly early appearance by her. She and her friend Patty were slightly older than Charlie Brown and Lucy (about a year older). Violet was a regular on Charlie Brown's All-Stars baseball team, and by the 1990s that was about the only time she shows up. Her last appearance was in 1997. A great piece that shows Lucy in action, as Charlie Brown and Linus watch from a safe distance. It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15.25". The board had previously been folded in half to allow mailing to the syndicate; however, it has been pressed flat and that is all-but invisible now. The board has been affixed to a sheet of illustration board. The logo is a stat paste-up. There is light overall toning, with some whiteout text correction. In Excellent condition.

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Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #85 Cover Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Sam Kieth's very first -
Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #85 Cover Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Sam Kieth's very first Wolverine cover is an iconic image of Logan. More savage, more primal, and definitely more massive than he had been seen before. This was the perfect follow-up to Barry Windsor-Smith's acclaimed "Weapon X" run in Marvel Comics Presents. Kieth is also well remembered by fans for his surreal series The Maxx, which would be published by Image Comics just two years after this piece. The cover was created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 15". All corner box art, logo, and header info is paste-up (some of which is coming loose). There is some glue residue on Wolverine's left thigh. There was also residue in the lower right above Kieth's signature from a missing paste-up. This has mostly been covered up with whiteout. There is also whiteout art correction in a few places. The reverse side of the board has some very light blue pencil sketches of a skull-faced character. In Very Good condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-2-43 (News Syndicate, 1943). A -
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-2-43 (News Syndicate, 1943). A mysterious catatonic young woman finally speaks, and it's to say "Rouge," which we readers know is the name of a villainess in this feature. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 26". Please note, the two halves of the board have been affixed to a piece of illustration board and might not be removable. Very Good condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-13-44 (News Syndicate Co., -
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-13-44 (News Syndicate Co., 1944). Burma, Terry, and Willow Belinda appear in the top half, and "Disinfectant" Dunkan, the war correspondent, figures prominently in the bottom half of this World War II Sunday. That Panel 4 is a killer! The image area of this superbly staged Sunday measures 19.25" x 24". The page was cut between panel tiers two and three to allow mailing to the syndicate, and rejoined with production tape on the reverse side. The title logo stat is discolored; otherwise, the art is in Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Shermy Original Art dated 5-3-54 (United Feature Syndic...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Shermy Original Art dated 5-3-54 (United Feature Syndicate, 1954). Having started in 1951, this beloved comic strip was only three years old at this point. Here, Charlie Brown finds out that War Comics are Heck. As poignant today as it was then, this was a Blockhead's early experience with existential dread... the kind that will likely drive him to Lucy's psychiatry booth in later years. We have noticed that Peanuts strips that include comic books or comic strips are often in demand by savvy collectors. This was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.25" x 5". The board is lightly toned, and has been folded between center panels to allow mailing to the syndicate and back. In Very Good condition.

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Mark Schultz Comics Journal #150 Cover Xenozoic Tales/Cadillacs and Dinosaurs Original Art (Fantagraph...
Mark Schultz Comics Journal #150 Cover Xenozoic Tales/Cadillacs and Dinosaurs Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1992). Hannah Dundee is enjoying a copy of Nancy Eats Food, as Jack Tenrec checks out Dragons, next to a pile of some top notch tales. Schultz' own Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (and sister book Xenozoic Tales) is also fine reading. This specialty piece was produced specifically for the respected and long-running industry publication The Comics Journal. Ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with a 9.5" x 9.5" image area. Signed and dated 1991 in the right side of the image. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 6 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966)...
Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 6 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Watcher (normally seen in the pages of the Fantastic Four) makes a rare appearance here, as he once again "bends" the rules of tampering in the affairs of Earthlings. But it was to save Rick Jones, and as Avengers #97 would show years later... it was worth it. This page features another rare image, that of a forlorn and sympathetic looking Hulk in that first panel. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There are some production oil stains in the top left marginal corner, but not into or near the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano Detective Comics #505 Cover Original Art (DC, 1981). The Dark Knight -
Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano Detective Comics #505 Cover Original Art (DC, 1981). The Dark Knight battles under the "Werewolf Moon" on this great cover created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, logo, and header text are all stat. The Batgirl in the lower right is original art with stat text. The UPC box has glue residue in and around it. There is a slight toning to the board. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Bill Everett Strange Tales #150 Story Page 5 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Master of the -
Bill Everett Strange Tales #150 Story Page 5 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Master of the Mystic Arts appears in almost every panel on this page (his teacher, The Ancient One, actually does). Having taken over the series after the departure of Steve Ditko, Bill Everett stepped in and worked to use Ditko's influence with his own art style. We think it's a marvelous success! Crafted twice-up scale in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is whiteout text corrections in several places, and a hand-lettered text correction paste-up in the last panel. The page is toned, with some minor stains in Panels 1, 5, and 6, and pinholes in the corners. In Good condition.

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Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1961). The Flash pulls a fast one on the bad -
Carmine Infantino Flash #124 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1961). The Flash pulls a fast one on the bad guy in this issue's back-up story, "Vengeance Via Television!" written by John Broome. On this page, the Flash's girlfriend (and future wife), Iris West muses about discovering the Flash's secret identity. She would eventually find out, but only because he 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. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #21 Splash Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). "The Trap is -
Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #21 Splash Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). "The Trap is Sprung" as Daredevil confronts the Owl... and his giant electronic owl! The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19.5" (including the ad paste-up at the bottom of the page). There is whiteout art correction and text correction on the page. The Marvel Super-Heroes cartoon ad at the bottom margin is a paste-up held in place by production tape. In Very Good condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Daredevil #14 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, -
John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Daredevil #14 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). This page gives us part of the origin of Parnival Plunder (aka The Plunderer, and brother of Ka-Zar)... and an appearance of the Plunder-Stone (which turns out to be a kind of Vibranium). Great looming figure of Daredevil, and an action panel end the page. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Panel three has a cut-out section, with a section taped-in from the back to replace it. There is also a text correction paste-up on the panel as well. There is a 1.5" rip in the right side, just to the Daredevil figure, and repaired with tape on the reverse side. The page is lightly toned and in overall Very Good condition.

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S. Clay Wilson The Checkered Demon Comic Strip Group (Last Gasp, 1977). The concluding 15 Checkered Demon -
S. Clay Wilson The Checkered Demon Comic Strip Group (Last Gasp, 1977). The concluding 15 Checkered Demon comic strips, originally published in the Berkeley Barb, and shortly after collected into this oblong-format comic book by Last Gasp. And gasp you will at the antics of C.D. as he rescues Arna from her Arab captors, in a fury of fists and blood. Whew! This was Wilson at the top of his form, pulling out all the stops (as always) in this decidedly Adults Only strip. The art is in ink over blue pencil on sketchbook paper measuring 11" x 14"; there are three daily-style two to four-panel strips per page. Each strip has an image size of approximately 10" x 4", including the hand-drawn Checkered Demon logos (each strip has a different version). Condition averages Very Good, with handling wear along the outer borders. Please remember to support the S. Clay Wilson Special Needs Trust, as our friend is in poor health following his debilitating accident in 2008. From the Eric Sack Collection.

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Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #3 Double Splash Pages 6-7 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). Geof Darrow and Frank -
Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #3 Double Splash Pages 6-7 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). Geof Darrow and Frank Miller turned the comic world on its collective ear with this combination of hyper-violence and hyper-detail. Here Carl (the insurance investigator who discovered he was a heavily armed cyborg) faces off against another cyborg on a brutal two-page spread created in ink on oversized vellum with an image area of 22.75" x 15". Personalized and signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition. Includes a copy of the book.

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Will Eisner The Spirit #79 Cover Original Art (Kitchen Sink Press, 1991). Great layout for an impressive -
Will Eisner The Spirit #79 Cover Original Art (Kitchen Sink Press, 1991). Great layout for an impressive and striking cover by one of the old masters of comic art, Will Eisner. Here, some bad guys think they have the jump on the Spirit, but don't realize they don't have a snowball's chance! Crafted in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13". Personalized and signed in the image area. It is matted out to 14.5" x 19". In Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes Lloyd Llewellyn #6 Story Page (Fantagraphics, 1987). Lloyd seems to be in a dream he can't -
Daniel Clowes Lloyd Llewellyn #6 Story Page (Fantagraphics, 1987). Lloyd seems to be in a dream he can't wake up from, in this next-to-last page from the story "The Nightmare." Dan Clowes rose to fame with this offbeat detective saga, which previewed in issue #13 of Los Hernandez Bros. Love and Rockets magazine-sized comic. This important story, which appeared in the final issue of a six-issue run, paved the way for his award-winning surreal series, Eightball. The art is in ink and Zipatone shading film over light graphite, on Bristol board. Image size is 11.5" x 14.5". Original "LLLL" pages are very hard to come by! Excellent condition.

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Otto Messmer Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-10-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935)....
Otto Messmer Felix the Cat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-10-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). Felix helps out a man sneak past his snoozing wife by way of a "Sound-Silencer" invention, in this wild Sunday strip. Artist Otto Messmer was a true original, and his distinctive art style is just as good as a signature; a good thing too, as Felix was the property of film producer Pat Sullivan. His animated shorts (on which Messmer worked) were the most popular cartoons of the 1920s silent era. This huge Sunday is drawn in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an approximate image size of 20.5" x 16.25". Very Good condition with minor toning and handling/edge wear.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-44 (News Syndicate Co., -
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-44 (News Syndicate Co., 1944). It's a reunion on the New Year's Eve Sunday for old teammates Terry Lee and Pat Ryan. The strip also features Hotshot. Great images of these long-standing strip regulars and every panel is a Caniff treasure. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.25" x 24". The board has been slit between the top and bottom sections, and rejoined with production tape on the reverse side to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. The boards are toned, with pinholes in the top corners, and slight soiling/handling wear. The logo is a discolored stat paste-up. Signed in the first panel and in Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 7 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966)...
Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 7 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966). A classic image of the Hulk bounding across the landscape, hounded by missiles. It is from the tale "Not All My Power Can Save Me!" Jack Kirby provided the layouts for Mike Esposito to pencil and ink. Also pictured in the last panel is General "Thunderbolt" Ross, who would one day become the Red Hulk. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There are some production oil stains in the lower right panel and margins. The "continued..." strip is a paste-up held in place by production tape. In Very Good condition.

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Lee Elias Black Cat #17 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Harvey, 1949). Lovely stunt-girl/actress Linda Turner, -
Lee Elias Black Cat #17 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Harvey, 1949). Lovely stunt-girl/actress Linda Turner, in costume as the Black Cat, faces a deadly setup in this wonderful Western-themed splash page. It's the first page from the back-up story "Trouble in Death Valley," with both pencils and inks by the great Lee Elias. With a renewed focus on female heroes, thanks largely to the blockbuster Wonder Woman movie, it's only a matter of time before this entertaining series gets the recognition it richly deserves. This page is drawn in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area measuring 12.5" x 18". The "Black Cat" logo is an original production stat. Condition is Good, with minor soiling and handling wear.

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Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #20 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Marvel's "Man -
Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #20 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Marvel's "Man without Fear" springs into action against the Owl's thugs on this near-splash-page of excitement. Note the Owl (Leland Owlsley) cowering in the lower right panel. Owlsley appeared in Season 1 of the Netflix Daredevil series, but alas, he could not fly. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Slightly toned, with a bit of a crease in the top margin; overall, in Excellent condition.

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Marie Severin and John Romita Sr. Marvel Super-Heroes #21 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969). As the cover -
Marie Severin and John Romita Sr. Marvel Super-Heroes #21 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969). As the cover states... 11 of Marvel's Mightiest are featured on this pulse-pounding cover! A vintage collection of Avengers, X-Men, and others: the Hulk, Namor, Iron Man, the Wasp, Thor, Giant-Man, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, the Beast, and the Angel! Created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". All sidebar, corner box, and logo stats are modern day replacements, as is the text in the center of the image. There is a bit of production whiteout art correction on Giant-Man's leg. The lightly toned board is signed in the lower margin by Marie Severin and Marvel's Editor-in-Chief at the time Stan Lee. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Ditko Showcase #75 Story Page 15 Hawk and Dove Original Art (DC, 1968). From their very first -
Steve Ditko Showcase #75 Story Page 15 Hawk and Dove Original Art (DC, 1968). From their very first appearance! Change was coming for DC Comics, and new characters like Hawk and Dove were a clear indicator that it was time to get "Relevant". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned board is production hole punched in the top and bottom margin. There is a stripped-in text correction in the first panel that is taped-in from the back. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Gomez and Morticia from The Addams Family Painting Original Art (2017)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Gomez and Morticia from The Addams Family Painting Original Art (2017). One of the greatest romances ever on a TV sitcom, as perfectly captured by the incredible talent of Olivia. Olivia's photorealistic image almost makes you think Morticia is about to say something in French. Carolyn Jones' vamp sexuality has made her not only an icon but the Queen of the Goths. John Astin was beloved as both the dotting (and slightly mad) Gomez Addams, but also as the Riddler on TV's Batman from this same era. This breathtaking piece was created in graphite, ink, watercolor, and just a touch of metallic grey (to give her skin its lovely pallor) on Bristol board with a matted image area of 18" x 17.5". Signed in the lower left (on Gomez' pocket). It is matted out to 24" x 23.25". In Excellent condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Hela (Cate Blanchett) from Thor: Ragnarok Painting Original Art (2017)....
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) - Hela (Cate Blanchett) from Thor: Ragnarok Painting Original Art (2017). A stunning work that would have done Hela's creator, Jack Kirby, quite proud! Not only is this an incredible work by famed painter Olivia, but it putting her new style of using metallic paints with a high-gloss overcoat to an exceptional use! This thing is shiny! The lovely and dangerous character was perfectly cast and acted by the talented Cate Blanchett. Created on a 16" x 20" wooden panel, it is signed in the lower left, and again on the reverse side. Ready to frame or hang as-is, this is the woman of your dreams... nightmares, that is. In Excellent condition.

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Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-21 (Chicago Tribune Syndicate, 1921)....
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-21 (Chicago Tribune Syndicate, 1921). Only the second Gasoline Alley Sunday strip from 1921 that we have ever offered! Why is 1921 so special? Because Skeezix arrived on Walt's doorstep on Valentine's Day of 1921. One of the earliest Skeezix strips we have ever had. Once he arrived in the strip, all of the characters began aging in real-time, a fact that continued for decades as Skeezix grew up, married, and had kids of his own. Created in ink (and watercolor) over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 25.75" and signed in the last panel. There is a subtle crease running horizontally about two-thirds the way down the board. Dated 1921 in the bottom left corner. This Sunday may be one of the ones selected by Frank King, and then hand-painted by him with watercolor for an exhibition in the 1960s. There is a repaired rip in Panel 7 (counting the logo panel) with slight re-lettering. It has been affixed to a backing Bristol board. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-3-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). A -
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-3-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). A classic bit of Coconino County kookiness, and a thrown brick in the last panel! Offisa Pupp finds his conscience, and we find out his first initial is "B". His full name is Offisa Bull Pupp, nat'churly. Those backgrounds are almost as much stars of this strip as Ignatz the Mouse or any of the other wacky denizens. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.5" x 22.25". The lightly toned board is in Excellent condition.

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Jim Lee Superman: The Man of Steel #119 Cover Original Art (DC, 2001)....
Jim Lee Superman: The Man of Steel #119 Cover Original Art (DC, 2001). Jim Lee had only been with DC for a few years when this issue was released. He's now a co-publisher of DC Comics. On this cover, the Eradicator has contracted the Joker Virus (which is why he looks a bit like a Blue Meanie) and that's bad news for Superman and everyone in Metropolis. Created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". Signed and dated by Lee in the image area, and then signed again in the top margin. It's a super piece and it's in Excellent condition.

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Jim Lee and Scott Williams Justice League #6 Story Page 9 Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Darkseid Original Art (DC, 20...
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Justice League #6 Story Page 9 Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Darkseid Original Art (DC, 2012). Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Green Lantern, and Cyborg all facing off against the ruler of Apokolips... Darkseid! Part Six of the "New 52" re-launch of this fan-favorite iconic team title. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". Signed by Lee and Williams in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #183 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Conan struggles with the undead -
John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #183 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Conan struggles with the undead and the undying on the cover for the story "Blood Dawn". Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box and logo are a single stat that has shifted slightly. The UPC box is a stat paste-up also. There is some kind of glue residue in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Newspaper Feature Service, c. 1904-15)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Newspaper Feature Service, c. 1904-15). A fine example of why this strip about the rogue child is so charming. "Fooling the Foolers" features a rare attempt by Buster Brown's beleaguered house servants to pull a prank on him instead. But seeing as he has a talking dog sidekick, Tige, Buster turns the table on the pranksters. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 20". Some panels are partially watercolored, as was the process of the time: items and characters would be colored the first time they showed up in the Sunday for the printer's reference. Signed in the last panel. It is dated for January 24th, and the only times that fell on a Sunday during this strip's run would have been in 1904, 1909, and 1915. The latter is the most likely candidate. The board is lightly toned and in Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Gene Colan and Syd Shores Daredevil #73 Story Page 15 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Daredevil is -
Gene Colan and Syd Shores Daredevil #73 Story Page 15 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Daredevil is caught in the middle of a three-part cross-over tale with the invincible Iron Man in this story, "Behold... the Brotherhood!" Gene Colan art on both Iron Man and Daredevil on the same page? O.K.! Iron Man brought along recurring villain Spymaster as a playmate as well. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is toned, and there are production oil stains in several panels. Minor amounts of whiteout art and text corrections. In Very Good condition.

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Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Daredevil #80 Story Page 17 The Owl Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Daredevil is -
Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Daredevil #80 Story Page 17 The Owl Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Daredevil is caught "In the Eyes... of the Owl!" A worried Karen Page can only watch as Matt Murdock and Leland Owlsley do the dangerous aerial dance that inspired this issue's cover. Created in ink Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is some production tape holding on some text corrections in Panel 1 (and into Panel 2), and there is production tape holding on the page number. Story Page 17 is marked as Page 26 because of ads (they ran a lot of ads in those days). There is also a bit of production oil stain on the top right margin and the reverse side, however not into the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Marvel Premiere #29 Cover Bucky and the Liberty Legion Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Marvel Premiere #29 Cover Bucky and the Liberty Legion Original Art (Marvel, 1976). The very first appearance of the Liberty Legion is on this very cover! Captain America and the rest of the Invaders were in trouble, so Bucky Barnes formed an all-new team of heroes called the Liberty Legion to come to their aid. Of note: A version of the Patriot (Jeff Mace) was a recurring character on TV's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The original art was created in ink over graphite on World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15.5". There is some whiteout art correction on the image area and to extend the area lower to include Bucky's foot. Jack Kirby signed partly across this whiteout lower section. The acetate overlay contains modern-day replacement corner box, header, logo, and cover text paste-up stats. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Dan Adkins Silver Surfer #11 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). The Silver Surfer -
John Buscema and Dan Adkins Silver Surfer #11 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). The Silver Surfer is about to discover the meaning of Stan Lee's title "O, Bitter Victory!" This great page was crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is some whiteout text correction. There is a small bit of soiling in the top margin, and somewhere in each panel. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Sandman #4 Cover Original Art (DC, 1975)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Sandman #4 Cover Original Art (DC, 1975). In the early to mid-1970s, Jack Kirby was at DC Comics cranking out fantastic and crazy ideas one after the other! He had already created the Fourth World series featuring the New Gods, afterwards he had created the Demon, Omac, and Kamandi. Now it was time for his new take on Sandman. He and partner Joe Simon had worked on the Golden Age Sandman in the 1940s, but this was an all-new, all-different version and allowed Kirby absolute full-reign to create weird characters. The cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed in the upper section above the image. There is a modern day acetate overlay with a recreation DC bullet and logo. In Excellent condition.

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José Luis García-López and Dick Giordano Famous First Edition #C-61 Superman Back -
José Luis García-López and Dick Giordano Famous First Edition #C-61 Superman Back Cover Original Art (DC, 1979). It's easy to see why José Luis García-López is such a fan-favorite artist, but couple him with Dick Giordano inks and it's a fanboy's dream-team. The Man of Steel flies by Future Metropolis on this bold and beautiful back cover image for the well-remembered tabloid-sized comic book. The art was created in crisp clean lines of ink over graphite with red ink key lines on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 13.75". The logo was created from a stat of the famous Superman logo, with additional ink and red ink key lines to give it a futuristic look. Both artists signed in the image area, and that signature was repeated under the city with a paste-up. There is a bit of whiteout art correction in places, and some glue residue near the paste-up signatures. There is also a small abrasion and stain on Superman's left hand. In Very Good condition.

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Joe Kubert G.I. Combat #285 Cover Original Art (DC, 1985)....
Joe Kubert G.I. Combat #285 Cover Original Art (DC, 1985). Tank Commander Lt. Jeb Stuart has been brainwashed in the story "The Innocent Traitor!" Created in ink over graphite on DC/Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The margins are taped-off with production tape (covering a staple). In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #169 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #169 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). From the height of Miller's legendary run on Daredevil. By the last page of the story "Devils" (written by Frank Miller), Daredevil had defeated Bullseye, and even saved him from a train. But was saving him the right thing to do? Daredevil hopes so. This page showcases Miller's chiaroscuro style art that made the book so moody and noir. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a bit of whiteout art correction, some Zipatone, and light toning. In overall Excellent condition.

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Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #55 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The cover for this issue was -
Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #55 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The cover for this issue was also Page 1 of the the story "The Ghost of Braddock Manor" as twins Betsy and Brian Braddock spar. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The Marvel "M", issue/price box, and logo are stat paste-ups. There is a sticker in the UPC box covering some coloring instructions. In Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond - Pagan Lee from Rip Kirby - Washington and Lee University 200th Anniversary Publication Illustration...
Alex Raymond - Pagan Lee from Rip Kirby - Washington and Lee University 200th Anniversary Publication Illustration Original Art (Washington and Lee, 1949). Pagan Lee was a gun moll who reformed due to her love for Rip Kirby. Alex Raymond created a new kind of Private Investigator strip with Kirby... equal parts Noir and Hep, Rip was one cool cat. Of course this just gave Raymond all the more excuses to draw lovely women, which we greatly appreciate. This piece was created specifically for a publication celebrating the 200th anniversary of Washington and Lee University in Virginia. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 9.5", with a personal note from "Pagan Lee" addressed "...from one Lee to another". A notation on the back of the board indicates it was likely for Page 32 of the publication. Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-17 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1917).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-17 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1917). You could hardly ask for a better example of Buster Brown being a brat than this Sunday titled "The Chicken Escaped". In addition, not only does Tige talk in this episode, he talks to someone other than Buster. Tige is the first "talking dog" in comics. Created in ink over graphite on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 18.75" x 24". The sections are toned, with some edge/corner wear and chipping. The larger section has a horizontal crease through the second tier. There are pinholes in the margins from a previous framing. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Gene Colan and Jack Abel Tomb of Dracula #10 Story Page 20 Blade Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Blade the -
Gene Colan and Jack Abel Tomb of Dracula #10 Story Page 20 Blade Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Blade the Vampire Hunter made his first appearance in this Marv Wolfman story titled "His Name Is... Blade!" An explosive last page that features Dracula himself, and a watery end for Clifton Graves. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top margin is personalized and signed by Gene Colan. There is a bit of whiteout text correction in places, and a missing paste-up in the last panel that has left glue residue behind. The page was labeled as Page 28 due to ads. Overall the page is in Very Good condition.

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Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story Original Art -
Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Archie Comics, 1961). That sweater vest Romeo, Archie Andrews, is stuck in the thick of his own comedy of errors in the Frank Doyle penned tale "The Reader Knows Best". If you are a fan of Dan DeCarlo's Betty and Veronica (and who isn't?), then this story is for you, as it is full of great drawings of that dramatic duo. The pages were created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 17.5". With only a missing logo paste-up (leaving glue residue behind) as an imperfection, these pages are in almost as good of a shape as DeCarlo's women are! In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916). A recent addition to the cast, Smithy was the scamp who out-scamped Buster Brown! In this Sunday, titled "Smithy -- He Sticketh like a Brother", Smithy schools Buster in the art of annoyance. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 20". Some panels are partially watercolored, as was the process of the time. Items and characters would be colored the first time they showed up in the Sunday for the Printer's reference. Signed in the last panel. The board is lightly toned and in Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Rob Liefeld, Art Thibert, and Joe Rubinstein New Mutants #96 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Rob Liefeld, Art Thibert, and Joe Rubinstein New Mutants #96 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Rob Liefeld from his peak period on this title. Part 5 of the X-Tinction Agenda crossover story arc, this page from "United We Stand" features team members Rictor and Boom Boom with X-Men member Jubilee... and in the last panel, a nice full figure image of team leader Cable, with X-Factor members Cyclops and the Beast behind him. The page was created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 16". All text are paste-up stats, with one missing in Panel 1 (leaving slight glue residue behind). Signed by Liefeld in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan (as Adam Austin) and Jack Abel (as Gary Michaels) Tales of Suspense #75 Story Page 12 Iron Man -
Gene Colan (as Adam Austin) and Jack Abel (as Gary Michaels) Tales of Suspense #75 Story Page 12 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The invincible Iron Man faces "The Fury of... the Freak!" on the last page of the story for this issue. From issue #73-77, this team of artists used these pseudonyms. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Personalized and signed by Colan in the lower margin. The lightly toned page has a bit of whiteout text correction. In Excellent condition.

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Don Heck and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales of Suspense #65 Story Page 11 Iron Man Original Art -
Don Heck and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales of Suspense #65 Story Page 11 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Small-time burglar Weasel Wills has stolen Tony Stark's Iron Man armor, so Tony has to suit up in one of his original style suits to try to stop Wills. This page of Iron Men was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is whiteout art correction in a few panels on the lightly toned page. In Very Good condition.

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Carmine Infantino and Bob Wiacek Spider-Woman #9 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Ex-Editor in Chief of -
Carmine Infantino and Bob Wiacek Spider-Woman #9 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Ex-Editor in Chief of DC, and long-time DC artist Carmine Infantino was producing work for Marvel at this time. Here, Jessica Drew, the first Spider-Woman, attempts to sew up the case of The Needle in the story "Eye of the Needle". Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, header info, logo, and cover text are all paste-up. The issue number paste-up is discolored. There is whiteout art corrections. Overall the cover is in Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the printed comic.

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Jack Kirby and Chic Stone X-Men #8 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Professor X's band of merry -
Jack Kirby and Chic Stone X-Men #8 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Professor X's band of merry mutants faces "The Uncanny Threat of Unus the Untouchable!" Yes... Unus was "Uncanny" before the X-Men were the Uncanny X-Men. All five of the original X-Men appear on this page... Cyclops, the Angel, Marvel Girl, Iceman, and the Beast. Also of note, this was the issue where Iceman changed from his fluffy snowman look to the more familiar chiseled ice look. The page was created at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There are some staple holes in the top most margin edge. Overall the page is in Excellent condition.

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Ed Hannigan and John Byrne Tales of the Teen Titans #81 Cover Original Art (DC, 1987). Ed Hannigan -
Ed Hannigan and John Byrne Tales of the Teen Titans #81 Cover Original Art (DC, 1987). Ed Hannigan provided the rough layout for this cover, which John Byrne created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Regular New Teen Titans characters Starfire, Cyborg, Nightwing, and Wonder Girl are joined by Doctor Light II (Kimiyo Hosi). The art is in Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the printed comic book.

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Mike Grell Warlord #54 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). Jennifer Morgan takes on Ashiya in mystical combat -
Mike Grell Warlord #54 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). Jennifer Morgan takes on Ashiya in mystical combat as her trapped father, Travis Morgan (aka the Warlord) can only watch. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, all header info, and the logo are stat paste-up. Signed by Grell in the lower right. There is glue residue on the lower left and on the top right. There is a stain by Jennifer's foot, and a bit of discoloration on the lower right edge, inside the image area. In Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the comic.

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Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano Action Comics #537 Superman Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). It looks like -
Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano Action Comics #537 Superman Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). It looks like double trouble for a time-traveling Superman, on this original cover artwork. That's Syrene attacking our weakened hero in "the past," while Jackhammer pounds him in "the present," on this cover's split image. It's tough being a superhero sometimes -- in this case, twice as tough! The art is in ink over graphite on DC Comics Sparta Bristol board, with an image size of 9.75" x 15". The logos at the top are all original production stats, and two alternate price box logos are attached at the top right by tape. In Good condition with handling and edge wear, plus a staple and staple holes in the outer margins.

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Ross Andru and Dick Giordano Superman #343 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ross Andru and Dick Giordano Superman #343 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980). A magnificent image of Superman in flight is featured on this dynamic cover by penciler Ross Andru and inker Dick Giordano. The Superman figure alone is more than 11" tall! The art is in ink over graphite on DC Comics Sparta Bristol board, with an image area of 10" x 15". To the right of Superman's cape, an area of board about 2.25" x 3.5" has had the top layer of paper skimmed off; apparently there was too much background detail to suit editor Julius "Julie" Schwartz. There's also a bit of toning around this area. Overall condition is Very Good. Signed along the bottom border by Dick Giordano. A nice copy of the printed comic is included.

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Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #142 Splash Page 1 Aquaman Original Art (DC, 1978)....
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #142 Splash Page 1 Aquaman Original Art (DC, 1978). Fans of Jim Aparo's work on Batman and on Aquaman would be double-pleased with this dynamic page featuring both heroes and Mera as well! All three characters were in the 2017 blockbuster hit movie Justice League. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (counting the paste-up stat header caption and indicia. There is some paste-up glue residue near the stats. The bottom right of the art area is signed "For Neal" by Jim Aparo. The lightly toned page has a stripped-in text correction that is taped from the back side. In Very Good condition.

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John Severin Sgt. Fury #78 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1970). John Severin has plenty of experience -
John Severin Sgt. Fury #78 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1970). John Severin has plenty of experience drawing War stories from his years working for EC Comics in the 1950s, so it's no surprise he was a great choice for Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos' own title. This cover was created in ink over graphite on World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, price/issue box, and logo are all stat paste-ups (with a bit of production tape). The lightly toned board has glue residue stains in many places (including from the missing caption box at the bottom). Baron Von Braun's word balloon is a hand-lettered paste-up. There are whiteout art corrections. The cover has previously been folded across the middle, however that is barely noticeable from the front. In Very Good condition.

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George Tuska and Vince Colletta Iron Man #78 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Tony Stark strikes -
George Tuska and Vince Colletta Iron Man #78 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Tony Stark strikes a reflective pose on this intro page to the story "Long Time Gone". It's a flashback tale set in Vietnam. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14". The space below is blank as the paste-up indicia is missing. The Iron Man header is a discolored printed paste-up. Below that is a reverse-type stat paste-up (the text for this was handwritten on the back of the board). There is light handling around the edges, with a tiny rip in the bottom right margin. There is also production tape residue in the margins. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Marie Severin and Bill Everett Chamber of Darkness #4 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1970). The lead story -
Marie Severin and Bill Everett Chamber of Darkness #4 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1970). The lead story "The Monster", written by Jack Kirby, got the cover feature. The original cover text read "And The Monster Man Came Walking -- Walking --", although some of the text paste-up is missing. It now reads "The Monster Came Walking". Stunning art by Ms. Severin and Mr. Everett, highly detailed and expressive. There is a note on the left side margin that reads "Bill -- Make her a beautiful -- frightened gal". The art is playfully signed "7-EV" in the image area on the right side middle. Created in ink over graphite on World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, logo, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. There is glue residue from missing paste-ups, and discoloring in the logo. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Frank Brunner and Neal Adams Studios Marvel Premiere #10 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). A -
Frank Brunner and Neal Adams Studios Marvel Premiere #10 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). A powerful page with a lot going on! First off, fantastic Frank Brunner art and Doctor Strange at a peak point for the character. He was just about to get his second title series. Brunner was obviously having a ball with this page, as you can tell from the impressive and detailed art, but also by his playful text at the top of the page marking where the "Doctor Strange... Master of the Mystic Arts" paste-up banner was to go (now missing). The story "Finally, Shuma-Gorath!" was penned by Steve Englehart and co-plotted with Brunner. The inks were handled by the Neal Adams' Continuity Studios (credited as "The Singing Sons of the Crusty Bunker"). As a result, there are some interesting handwritten notes, presumably by Frank Brunner, on the reverse. The idea was even floated of doing the face of Shuma-Gorath as a color-hold effect. Effects such as this played a big part in the next Doctor Strange series (by Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin). Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The splash page has some light stains, whiteout text corrections, and the indicia is a slightly discolored paste-up held on with production tape. The page has previously been folded across the middle, but really only noticeable from the back. In Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Frank Giacoia Sub-Mariner #5 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). Just recovering -
John Buscema and Frank Giacoia Sub-Mariner #5 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). Just recovering from his battle with Captain Mar-Vell, Namor now needs to "Watch Out For... Tiger Shark!" This issue marked the first appearance for the gene-spliced recurring villain. A very splashy splash page, it was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top banner and the bottom indicia are paste-ups with a bit of production tape on them. There are some minor whiteout art corrections. The page also has some minor stains in the margins, and smudging in the text caption and one balloon. The page has previously been folded horizontally through the image area; however, has been pressed flat since then, with only a small visible crease. A nice bonus are the loosely penciled figures on the reverse side by Buscema. Overall, the toned page is in Very Good condition.

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Gil Kane and Joe Sinnott Mighty Marvel Western #19 Cover Kid Colt Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Marvel's -
Gil Kane and Joe Sinnott Mighty Marvel Western #19 Cover Kid Colt Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Marvel's triple-threat Western title sported a wonderful Kid Colt cover with a snakey problem! It was created in ink over graphite on World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo and cover text are all paste-up. There is glue residue near the word balloons, and in the lower section where the "Revenge on the Range" cover blurb is missing. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Jim Aparo Wrath of the Spectre #4 Wraparound Cover Original Art (DC, 1988). A stunning wraparound cover as -
Jim Aparo Wrath of the Spectre #4 Wraparound Cover Original Art (DC, 1988). A stunning wraparound cover as horrific as any good Spectre story should be! The cover blurb touted this issue as "3 All-New Classics", which might sound like sales hype, but it is actually accurate as the stories in the issue was created from unproduced scripts for the Spectre series from Adventure Comics in the mid-1970s. The series ended quickly in 1975, with three finished-but-not-illustrated scripts. Jim Aparo produced this art in 1988 for the last issue of this four-issue mini-series. The cover art, also all-new, was produced in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined bright white Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.5" x 15". The pages are joined with production tape on the reverse side. Signed on the front cover side (right side) and in Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the printed comic.

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Arthur Adams, Whilce Portacio, and Scott Williams Longshot #3 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1985)....
Arthur Adams, Whilce Portacio, and Scott Williams Longshot #3 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1985). Longshot is about to have a flashback in the story "Just Let Me Die". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page has trimmed corners and an irregularly trimmed top margin. In Very Good condition.

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Jim Aparo Adventure Comics #433 Story Page 1 Spectre Original Art (DC, 1974)....
Jim Aparo Adventure Comics #433 Story Page 1 Spectre Original Art (DC, 1974). The story was titled "The Swami and... the Spectre", and they both appear on this great opening title page. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (counting the indicia stat paste-up). The credits paste-up has some glue residue and production tape on it. Overall the page is in Very Good condition.

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Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #199 Cover Spectre Original Art (DC, 1983). The Spectre, with death in his -
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #199 Cover Spectre Original Art (DC, 1983). The Spectre, with death in his eyes, looms over Batman and a fleeing couple for this, the penultimate cover for this beloved and long-running series. Usually a team-up book, the cover bills this one as "Batman versus the Spectre". The ghostly image was created in ink over graphite on DC/Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, price/issue box, and all logos are paste-up stats. The "versus" and "And the Winner is..." paste-ups appear to be modern-day replacements, as they are much whiter than the vintage 1983 stats. Signed "JA" in the art and signed by Aparo in the UPC box. There is a bit of production tape by the CCA stamp paste-up. In Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the printed comic.

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Dick Ayers and John Severin Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #61 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968). -
Dick Ayers and John Severin Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #61 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968). Nick Fury and his Howling Commandos charge a gunner in the story "The Big Breakout!" Pretty much the entire squad is on hand for this cover... Dum Dum Dugan, Izzy Cohen, Gabe Jones, Dino Manelli, Rebel Ralston, and Pinky Pinkerton. Created in ink over graphite on Curtiss Way Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, issue/price box, logo, and story title are all paste-ups. The board is toned, and the CCA stamp is missing, leaving glue residue (also on the top left corner). There are staples in the top margin, and a creases from previous folding on the cover. In Very Good condition.

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José Luis García-López Spectre V2#5 Cover Original Art (DC, 1987). Alas, poor Jim -
José Luis García-López Spectre V2#5 Cover Original Art (DC, 1987). Alas, poor Jim Corrigan, I knew him well. A contemplative spirit of vengeance for the cover of the story "The Mystery of My Murder", as written by Doug Moench. García-López work is always highly-sought and highly-prized by collectors, and this is a great piece that is cleverly constructed. The main image art of the Spectre and the nighttime frame was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Then there are two different inked overlays (one on acetate, one on vellum) to create the color-hold effect of the battle behind him. A well-crafted and eye-catching cover that plays as well without the overlays as with them. The corner box and logo are stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition.

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Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #88 "Wolverine" Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991). That's the -
Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #88 "Wolverine" Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991). That's the bad guy, Cyber, on the cover with Tyger Tyger. The ex-New Mutants member Volcana is in the corner box. Sam Kieth is well-known for his work with Wolverine in this title, and his Image Comics' book The Maxx. This cover was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.75". The corner box and book title are stat paste-ups. Interestingly, the Wolverine logo is hand-drawn, complete with hand-drawn shadowing (i.e. that's not Zipatone) on a separate piece of Bristol board, cut and affixed to the cover board. In Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of published book.

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11/05/2018
Bill Sienkiewicz - Ghost Rider Study Painting Original Art (c. 1990s). Created as a study for a full -
Bill Sienkiewicz - Ghost Rider Study Painting Original Art (c. 1990s). Created as a study for a full painting that was eventually used as a retail poster. A wonderfully nightmare-fueled piece with bright vibrant color work in mixed media foam core board with a matted image area of 17" x 10.5". It is signed in the image area and matted out to approximately 22" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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Larry Stroman and Al Milgrom X-Factor #84 Cover X-Force Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Strong Guy is comin' -
Larry Stroman and Al Milgrom X-Factor #84 Cover X-Force Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Strong Guy is comin' through! Part 2 of the "X-Cutioner's Song" crossover story arc brought Cable's team of X-Force over to play with the kooky team of X-Factor. Artist Larry Stroman is also remembered by fans of his work on the Marvel/Epic Alien Legion series. In addition to Guido, this cover features X-Factor members Quicksilver, Havok, Wolfsbane, and Polaris, as well as X-Forcers Shatterstar, Feral, and Warpath. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with a matted image area of 10" x 15", matted to 16" x 20". Most of Warpath is original art paste-up. The corner box and logo are stat paste-ups. There is some slight discoloring on Fetal, Shatterstar, and Strong Guy. There are also two small stains next to the UPC box. Signed by Stroman and Milgrom in the image area, and by Stroman again on the UPC box. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. Chamber of Darkness #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
John Romita Sr. Chamber of Darkness #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969). One of the most influential artists for Marvel's late-1960s period, John Romita Sr. turns in a wonderfully creepy cover titled "Enter... the Red Death!". Every character on the page is interesting. Crafted in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, logo, and title are all stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the book.

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Jim Aparo Adventure Comics #448 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1976)....
Jim Aparo Adventure Comics #448 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1976). The first page of the story "Crown, Crisis and Cataclysm" features ghostly images of Mera and Arthur Curry, Jr. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Aquaman logo is a stat paste-up, as is the indicia. There is a stripped-in text correction in one of the caption boxes. The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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Rob Liefeld and Hilary Barta New Mutants #94 Story Page 20 Cable Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Rob Liefeld and Hilary Barta New Mutants #94 Story Page 20 Cable Original Art (Marvel, 1990). It's Nathan Summers verses Nathan Summers as Cable and his clone Stryfe lay into each other. The battle royale is befitting of Louise Simonson's story title, "Lethal Weapons". This page was created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 16". All text is stat paste-up, with one missing in the first panel. There is a bit of glue residue from the missing word balloon, and a bit more on the bottom left paste-up, otherwise in Excellent condition.

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Rich Buckler and Romeo Tanghal World's Finest #287 Cover Superman and Batman Original Art (DC, 1983). A -
Rich Buckler and Romeo Tanghal World's Finest #287 Cover Superman and Batman Original Art (DC, 1983). A vampiric Batman dives upon the Man of Steel, as a concerned Robin attempts to intervene. This was the cover for "Within My Heart... The Enemy!" It's a true stunner of a cover design with the radial line elements emanating from the looming figure of Andrea Dune in the sky. Interestingly, she was printed using a color hold effect to create her face as a negative image in the sky in fuchsia ink on a periwinkle background. This original art is all the more striking with her in ink, as she is. Ink over graphite with some whiteout art corrections on the 11" x 17" DC Sparta stock Bristol board. Toned and in overall Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
John Romita Sr. Beware! #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
John Romita Sr. Beware! #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1973). The cover featured story was "Blind Date". Although the cover logo warns that "The Monsters are Coming!", for poor Mac Farrand in the car... it is too late. Created in ink over blue pencil and graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It was trimmed to the image area, then affixed to a larger sheet of World Color stock Bristol board. There are whiteout art corrections in several places, as well as production oil stains in the bottom margin (front and back), and a few spots of oil stain in the image area (near Mac Farrand's hand, and the rear tire of the car). The corner box, price/issue box, header, and logo are all stat paste-ups (with some production tape on them in places). The bottom caption box is original hand-lettering on Bristol that has been trimmed and affixed to the cover. There is glue residue near that paste-up. In Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the book.

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Will Elder Help! #12 Double Splash Pages 2-3 Goodman Beaver Original Art (Warren, 1961). This two-page -
Will Elder Help! #12 Double Splash Pages 2-3 Goodman Beaver Original Art (Warren, 1961). This two-page spread splash is from one of the most famous of Harvey Kurtzman's stories about this character. It was titled "Goodman Meets T*rz*n". Kurtzman's collaboration on these stories with Will Elder (who signed some of his other works as Bill Elder), would directly lead to a job creating and producing the "Little Annie Fanny" series for Playboy magazine. Kurtzman and Elder drew upon their many years of parody experience working for MAD to create this combination of wordplay and slapstick. Notice the long connected word balloons? That is a MAD hallmark. The art was created in ink over graphite on Duotone board. There are actually two sections of joined board that comprise the 14.5" x 9.5" image area (the smaller section is on the far right), and this was then affixed to two larger illustration board to form the spread. The text is all stat paste-up. The word "it" is missing from the first word balloon; however, "it" is actually still in the frame and visible in the bottom right corner of the matted 16.75" x 11" image area. The pages appeared as Issue Pages 42-43. The art is signed by Elder at the bottom of the left hand page. They are in Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and George Tuska Avengers #53 Story Page 14 Black Panther and X-Men Original Art (Marvel, -
John Buscema and George Tuska Avengers #53 Story Page 14 Black Panther and X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 1968). X-Men vs. Avengers! It's always a crowd-pleaser. And as Black Panther just joined the Avengers in the last panel of the previous issue, this is sort of an initiation battle for him. That first panel lives up to the story title of "In Battle Joined!" as it features Marvel Girl, the Beast, Cyclops, and Iceman squaring off against the Panther backed up by Hawkeye, Goliath, and the Wasp. Black Panther and the Beast even get a couple of panels alone. Silver Age goodness created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page has been production hole-punched in the top and bottom margins. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #142 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #142 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 1971). Both of the titular characters are on this page of Kirby magic! The last page of the story "The Man from Transilvane!" shows us the actual planet of Transilvane itself. This series was a bit notorious for the Editorial edict that Murphy Anderson re-drew the faces of Superman and Jimmy Olsen to keep them "on model" with DC's style guide. On this very page, in Panel 3, you can see that Olsen's face has been redrawn over whiteout. This side-book to the bigger story served as an access point to pull readers into Kirby's grand Fourth World Saga. This page was created in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is toned, with production tape in the top and bottom margins. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta New Gods #5 Story Page 3 Fastbak Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta New Gods #5 Story Page 3 Fastbak Original Art (DC, 1971). Introducing Fastbak! One of the "Young Gods of Supertown", this back-up tale was his introduction into the Kirby-verse of the Fourth World Saga. Fastbak, Lonar, and Forager were some of the second-tier background characters in the epic that gave it the rich feel of a "full world" of heroes. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is some whiteout art correction on the page, and a bit of stain in the top of Panel 3. In Very Good condition.

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Frank Miller and Joe Rubinstein Wolverine (Limited Series) #2 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Joe Rubinstein Wolverine (Limited Series) #2 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). This hand-colored first page of the story "Debts and Obligations" bears a 2/3 page splash panel featuring that plucky Canuck and his new friend Yukio. The page has been hand-colored post-publication by Steve Oliff (although Glynis Wein handled the color on the published book). It's a gorgeous piece produced in ink on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is handsomely matted to 14.25" x 20". The color work appears to be watercolor. It is signed by Frank Miller, Joe Rubinstein, and Steve Oliff in the bottom image area. Text is paste-up that has discolored, with one caption box missing and a bit of glue residue near another. The page is lightly toned; otherwise, in Excellent condition

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Mark Bagley and Al Milgrom Spider-Man #25 Cover Excalibur Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The Excalibur team -
Mark Bagley and Al Milgrom Spider-Man #25 Cover Excalibur Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The Excalibur team show up for this issue titled "Why Me?". This "Spider-Phoenix" cover was a tribute to the Dave Cockrum/Terry Austin cover of 1979's X-Men #125. "Floating Heads" covers are a favorite of fans, and here a powered-up Peter Parker is flanked by Captain Britain, Meggan, Kitty Pryde, Nightcrawler, and Rachel Summers (Phoenix III). Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, header text, and cover blurb are all stat paste-ups (with a touch of glue residue in the top right). There are staples in the extreme top margin. Signed by Bagley in the UPC box. In Excellent condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz Moon Knight #24 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Bill Sienkiewicz was really coming -
Bill Sienkiewicz Moon Knight #24 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Bill Sienkiewicz was really coming into his own on this series, and his run was known for its striking covers. Here is one of the most striking! The use of negative space, filled with a solid red field made this cover jump off the shelf at you. A note at the bottom indicates that the stained glass window effect was achieved with magic marker (likely on a production acetate overlay that is not included). The art was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". There is some minor whiteout art correction on the page, and the signature is on a paste-up strip. The lightly toned board is in overall Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the printed book.

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George Pérez Avengers/Marvel Double-Feature #379-382 4-Part Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1994)....
George Pérez Avengers/Marvel Double-Feature #379-382 4-Part Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1994). It's a GIANT-sized cover for Giant-Man and the Wasp! This image was produced to be used in quarters on the cover of four different issues of a flip-book format comic titled Marvel Double-Feature. One side featured the Giant-Man story, while the other featured that month's issue of The Avengers. This goliath of a cover was created by the enormous talent of fan-favorite artist George Pérez in ink over graphite on oversized 22.75" x 33" Bristol board. There is an acetate overlay with the logos, issue numbers, and other header and trade dressing stats. Signed in the lower right cover (near the winsome Wasp), and signed again in the lower margin. There is a very small crease on the art board near the issue number on the lower right. Overall, the lightly toned board is in Excellent condition.

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Ogden Whitney and Wally Wood T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #9 "Black Box of Doom!" Splash Page 1 Dynamo, -
Ogden Whitney and Wally Wood T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #9 "Black Box of Doom!" Splash Page 1 Dynamo, NoMan, and Lightning Original Art (Tower, 1966). The splash page for the story "Black Box of Doom!" looks like a cover design for a book all on its own! It features three of the most popular T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents charging into gunfire... and it was inked by Wally Wood. Do you own a Wally Wood splash page already? Then maybe you need this one. Created ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". Text on the left side and logo are stat paste-ups. The hand-applied black on the logo is coming off. Staple holes in the corner margins, and overall tanning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Al Williamson - Flash Gordon Union Carbide Magazine Ad Original Art (King Features, 1970). Union Carbide -
Al Williamson - Flash Gordon Union Carbide Magazine Ad Original Art (King Features, 1970). Union Carbide Plastics presents Flash Gordon in "Treachery in the Land of the Hawkmen". An innovative and exciting way to promote their products, which included the now highly-collectible Bakelite plastic. As Flash says... "Their Bakelite products are tops!" So is that Al Williamson artwork... Wow! Detailed backgrounds, lovely women, a spaceship, and winged warriors... all in one page! Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 19". Signed in Panel 5. The logo has been cut and moved to the right, with the displaced art moved to the left. All is held in place with production tape on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Chris Ware Acme Novelty Library #10 Partial Page 8 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998). Jimmy Corrigan's -
Chris Ware Acme Novelty Library #10 Partial Page 8 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998). Jimmy Corrigan's mom and her boyfriend are lost at sea, presumed dead, and Jimmy is stranded on a small island. His hallucinations of a Superhero come to save him don't quite go the way you would expect... These panels appeared on Page 8 of the story, albeit in a horizontal row. Created in ink and Zipatone over red pencil on 8" x 10" illustration board. The taped-on photocopy logo at the top has creases in it. The original art is in Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb HUP #2 Story Page 1 Flakey Foont and Devil Girl Original Art (Last Gasp, 1987). Fun at the -
Robert Crumb HUP #2 Story Page 1 Flakey Foont and Devil Girl Original Art (Last Gasp, 1987). Fun at the Foont house, as Flakey is trying to maintain his suburban middle-class life in spite of being haunted by memories of his previous encounter with... Devil Girl! So naturally that's exactly when Mr. Natural calls to invite him over to "The Meeting". Peak period Crumb from the 1980s. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". Signed in the lower margin. The page has been matted and UV Acrylic front framed to 16" x 21". In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #108 Cover Sgt. Rock Original Art (DC, 1973)....
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #108 Cover Sgt. Rock Original Art (DC, 1973). The cover for the story "The Night Batman Sold His Soul!" has a lot of intense symbolism and imagery going on... a casual Nazi flag on an old artillery cannon, Batman running with a glowing cross, and the shadow of the Devil himself on the wall! It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It was then trimmed to the image area and affixed to a larger Sparta stock Bristol board. The DC bullet, title banner, and logos are all stat paste-ups. Batman's word balloon paste-up is missing, as is the issue number paste-up. There is glue residue left in those areas and around the other paste-ups. There are also some stains running across the Sgt. Rock figure up into the logo, and a small one on Batman's cape. The title box below is a linotype paste-up. Overall the boards are lightly toned. Personalized and signed inside the image area. In Good condition.

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John Romita Sr. - Spider-Man Illustration Original Art (Marvel, c. 1990s)....
John Romita Sr. - Spider-Man Illustration Original Art (Marvel, c. 1990s). The shadow of the Kingpin looms on this snowy piece by friendly neighborhood Spider-artist John Romita Sr. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.5". Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Rob Liefeld and Hilary Barta New Mutants #91 Story Page 8 Sabretooth Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Rob Liefeld and Hilary Barta New Mutants #91 Story Page 8 Sabretooth Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Wolfsbane and Cannonball attempt to match the feral ferocity of Sabretooth on this page. Sabretooth usually fights Wolverine, remember, so our money is on him... The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". All sound effects and text are stat paste-ups, with some missing (leaving glue residue in the place). There are also a couple of very small stains in Panels 3 and 4. The page is in Very Good condition.

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Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin New Warriors Annual #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The Sphinx -
Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin New Warriors Annual #2 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). The Sphinx (originally a Nova villain, who previously fought Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four) has returned in the Fabian Nicieza story "Questions of Power: The Hero Killers Part 4". The cover features Spidey with Speedball, Firestar, Nova, Namorita, Silhouette, and Night Thrasher. It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The header banner, logo, and all cover text are stat paste-ups affixed to the board. There is just a touch of red ink on the cover blurb by Speedball. Signed by Bagley in the UPC box. In Excellent condition.

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Whilce Portacio X-Factor #69 Colossus Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Whilce Portacio X-Factor #69 Colossus Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991). The cover for the story "Clash Reunion" features the X-Men's Colossus lending a hand as Professor X battles the Shadow King entity that has dogged him for decades. Created in ink over blue pencil and graphite with red ink key lines on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". There is a vellum overlay with hand-inked effects for a color hold, and there is an acetate overlay with the bottom cover text stat affixed. The corner box, logo, and top right "Muir Island Saga" corner banner are all stat paste-ups. Signed by Portacio in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Byrne What The--?! #10 X-Mas Special Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991). A riff on Cloak and Dagger at -
John Byrne What The--?! #10 X-Mas Special Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1991). A riff on Cloak and Dagger at Christmas time gets you "Milk and Cookies". A parody comic in the spirit of... ugh... Not Brand Echh! Marvel has a long tradition of taking pokes and shots at itself. It's all part of the fun. This cover by famed X-Men artist John Byrne was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, and cover text are stat paste-ups. The "The What The ?!" banner is a stat paste-up on an acetate overlay for a color hold effect. There are some discolorations on Santa, the fireplace, and Cookie. Signed by John Byrne next to the UPC box. In Very Good condition.

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Dave Gibbons - Rorschach of the Watchmen Cover Recreation Illustration Original Art (2013). This wonderful -
Dave Gibbons - Rorschach of the Watchmen Cover Recreation Illustration Original Art (2013). This wonderful image by Dave Gibbons recreates the central element of his original cover art for the French edition release of Watchmen -- Les Gardiens #3. This work is created in pure black and white, just as Rorschach would have wanted. Ink and marker over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 16". Signed and dated in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Our Love Story #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Buscema could draw -
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Our Love Story #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Buscema could draw longing gazes with the best of them! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 14". One-inch tear in the left margin. There are multiple cuts through the board in the logo area as we often see in early-70s Marvel covers, done so the logo elements could be tucked in. The portion of the main figure's head that covers the bottom of the logo is original art, and there is no additional art underneath the logo. Pinholes, corner creasing, and typical production staining. Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Story Page 7 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Story Page 7 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). This is the page where Bromhead, Bellona, and Count Guarino open the titular Box Full of Evil... and pay the price for it. A wonderfully creepy page created in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.25". Signed by Mignola in the lower right margin. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 32 Thanos and Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1991...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 32 Thanos and Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Jim Starlin's cosmic epic has taken a turn as the mad god Thanos has been deprived of the omnipotent Infinity Gauntlet. The mystic might of Doctor Strange retrieves Marvel's Earth's Mightiest Heroes to help convince Thanos to side with them against the Gauntlet's new owner... Nebula! On page are: Drax the Destroyer, Firelord, Doctor Doom, the Hulk, Thor, Adam Warlock, and Nebula herself. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". In Excellent condition.

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George Perez The Infinity Gauntlet #2 Story Page 40 Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
George Perez The Infinity Gauntlet #2 Story Page 40 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Much of Greenwich Village -- including Doctor Strange's sanctum -- has been leveled by Thanos wielding the cosmic power of the Gauntlet on this closing page from the appropriately titled chapter "From Bad To Worse". Adam Warlock, Doctor Doom, the Silver Surfer, Pip the Troll, and Rintrah are also featured. This miniseries was the main influence on the new Avengers: Infinity War movie, and demand for artwork such as this is at an all-time high. Ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-6-43 (Chicago Tribune, 1943). Tracy is -
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-6-43 (Chicago Tribune, 1943). Tracy is caught in a fiendish (and overly complicated) death trap by Mrs. Pruneface on this daily. It is a well-remembered death trap, but don't worry... Tracy survives. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.75" x 6". Lightly toned and with pinholes. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 5 Thanos and Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1991)...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 5 Thanos and Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Thanos, Doctor Strange, the Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, Thor, Doctor Doom, Drax the Destroyer, the Hulk, and Firelord all prepare for "The Final Confrontation". This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There is also a separate vellum overlay with a Zipatone section for a color hold effect in Panel 6. In Excellent condition.

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Joe Maneely Wild Western #46 Cover Kid Colt Original Art (Marvel, 1955)....
Joe Maneely Wild Western #46 Cover Kid Colt Original Art (Marvel, 1955). Kid Colt was one of Marvel's most popular Western stars during the 1950-60s. This stage coach-dive cover was created by Joe Maneely, and his signature is partially visible in the image area due to a missing paste-up that had obscured it. The art was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.5" x 20". Most of the header and logo stats are missing, leaving glue residue behind. There is whiteout art correction in a few places. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Tim Bradstreet Marvel Knights: Millennial Visions #1 Deathlok Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (Marvel, -
Tim Bradstreet Marvel Knights: Millennial Visions #1 Deathlok Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 2002). Deathlok the Demolisher in a stunning and soulful full-page profile image designed to accompany a 1-page profile piece on the character. Created in ink and opaque watercolor on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition.

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Boris Vallejo Penthouse Comix #25 Painting Original Art (Penthouse, 1997). This issue featured a gallery -
Boris Vallejo Penthouse Comix #25 Painting Original Art (Penthouse, 1997). This issue featured a gallery of portrait paintings of the Penthouse regular comic strip Sweet Chastity, which included this sexy work by Boris Vallejo. He titled this piece "Flaming Hair". We think she looks a bit like a certain actress who starred in Barbarella. Whether it is on purpose or not, we sure are Fonda her! Oil on 15" x 20" illustration board. Signed and dated by her left foot. In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood MAD Magazine #34 Complete 4-Page Story "Two Chinese Fellas who go to an American -
Wally Wood MAD Magazine #34 Complete 4-Page Story "Two Chinese Fellas who go to an American Restaurant" Original Art (EC, 1957). From the Orson Bean Dept.: Wally Wood delivers for the story "Orson Bean's 'The Two Chinese Fellas who go to an American Restaurant' Routine". And with four pages, you get a belly roll! Bean turns the tables on old Chinese Restaurant clichés in a story that is just Won Ton of fun! The pages were prepared in ink over graphite on Duotone board with an image area of 16.5" x 22.5". Text is paste-up. The boards are lightly toned and seasoned to perfection. In Excellent condition. You will want a To-Go box for this lot!

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Mike Sekowsky Justice League of America #42 Splash Page 1 Metamorpho Original Art (DC, 1966). When offered -
Mike Sekowsky Justice League of America #42 Splash Page 1 Metamorpho Original Art (DC, 1966). When offered membership in the Justice League of America... "Metamorpho says -- NO!" This Gardner Fox tale made history with Metamorpho being the first character to actually turn down the JLA (Black Lightning would famously do so in the Bronze Age as well). The Fab Freak of 1000-and-1 Changes already had his own title anyway. The splash page featured JLA members Batman, Superman, Flash, the Atom, and Green Lantern. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 19". The JLA logo and the indicia are modern-day printed replacements. The top caption box is the original hand-lettered paste-up text. The Metamorpho logo stat is also original. The lightly toned board has just a couple of glue residue stains. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta Durango Kid #4 Story Page 7 Dan Brand/White Indian Original Art (Magazine Enterprises, -
Frank Frazetta Durango Kid #4 Story Page 7 Dan Brand/White Indian Original Art (Magazine Enterprises, 1950). This series allowed master illustrator Frank Frazetta to cut loose. His ability to draw muscular men and lovely ladies is almost unparalleled in the comic industry. Every panel on this page is a masterpiece. These stories were so popular that Magazine Enterprises re-released them as their own comic series titled White Indian in 1953. The page was rendered twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". There is light toning and handling wear on the edges. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. Spidey Super Stories #10 Cover Spider-Man and The Electric Company Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
John Romita Sr. Spidey Super Stories #10 Cover Spider-Man and The Electric Company Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Spidey and the kids from The Electric Company visit King Arthur's Court on this cover. It also sports a floating head of the Green Goblin! The cover art was created in a combination of ink over blue pencil and ink on vellum paste-ups. The overall image area measures 9.75" x 10". Part of Merlin seems to be a stat, however part is original art also. The entire header/logo area is a stat (with an additional one included on a sheet of paper). The lower text by Goblin's head is hand-lettered paste-up. Signed by Romita just under Goblin's head. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Steve Leialoha Howard the Duck #5 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). From the Steve -
Gene Colan and Steve Leialoha Howard the Duck #5 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). From the Steve Gerber/Marty Pasko story "I want Mo-o-oney!", Howard takes a job as a collection agent. Rich artwork by Colan and Leialoha makes this page a great treat! Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a bit of production tape residue in the top and bottom margin. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Brunner and Steve Leialoha Howard the Duck #1 Story Page 19 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1976). -
Frank Brunner and Steve Leialoha Howard the Duck #1 Story Page 19 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1976). "Web-Foot Meets Web-Head!" Trapped in a comic that he didn't make, this issue finds "Howard the Barbarian" meeting Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man for the first time. It was inspired Marvel madness that would pay-off in big dividends for the "House of Ideas" as Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck was about to skyrocket in popularity. This last page of the story was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". If you didn't quite get that this book didn't take itself too seriously, check out the paste-up blurb for next issue when Howard faces... "The star-spawned threat of The Deadly Space Turnip!" Signed by Brunner in the bottom margin. There has a bit of production tape residue in the top and bottom margins. There is some glue residue in Panel 5. Bonus: On the reverse side of the board is a huge duckhead drawing presumably penciled by Brunner and inked by Leialoha! In Very Good condition.

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Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider-Man #310 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1988)....
Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider-Man #310 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1988). Mary Jane Watson-Parker and her spectacular husband, Peter Parker, stroll home after a movie on this page that features a full body shot of them in a half-splash page panel. Todd McFarlane penciled this page in blue pencil and then inked it. Terry Fitzgerald helped on this issue by inking backgrounds. The toned Bristol board has an image area of 10" x 15.5". Personalized and signed by Todd McFarlane in the lower margin. Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown Original Art dated 11-21-85 (United Feature -
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown Original Art dated 11-21-85 (United Feature Syndicate, 1985). The over-commercialization of Christmas is commented on in a very humorous manner. Schulz was a master of making a thoughtful point without hitting you over the head with it. Franklin gets a nice bit of panel-time in this strip as well, as he is in every single panel. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.25" x 5". The toned board has pinholes in the top corners, and was folded between the center panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate (as is standard with Peanuts strips). It is personalized and signed in the top margin. In Very Good condition.

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Gene Colan and Dave Simons Howard the Duck Magazine #1 Story Page 59 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). The last -
Gene Colan and Dave Simons Howard the Duck Magazine #1 Story Page 59 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). The last page of the story for this issue shows that the creators were taking full advantage of not being in a "comic book format" anymore. This is a page that would not have been approved by the Comics Code Authority. There was definitely some "fowl play" going on. So much so, in fact, that Panel 5 is an original art paste-up covering up the original pencils. This panel can be flipped down to view it. An image is posted online at www.HA.com. Text on the page was hand-lettered on vellum and pasted into place. The crystal ball image in the last panel is a stat of Panel 5. The page appeared as Page 63 in the issue due to ads and other features. Signed by Gene Colan in the top margin. In Very Good condition.

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Brian Bolland 2000 AD #68 Complete 1-Page Story "Grin and Bear It!" Walter the Wobot Original -
Brian Bolland 2000 AD #68 Complete 1-Page Story "Grin and Bear It!" Walter the Wobot Original Art (IPC, 1978). Walter the Wobot (Fwiend of Dwedd) starred in his own 1-page wacky adventures by fan-favorite Judge Dredd artist Brian Bolland. From the story arc "The Fwankenheim Monster", this strip shows a very Don Martin inspired look for Doctor Fwankenheim. Not surprising, since he was a MAD scientist. The art was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.5" x 17.5". The logo is a stat paste-up. All text is produced in stat as well. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Captain America #204 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Captain America #204 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Argon breaks free on this page from the Jack Kirby scripted tale "The Unburied One!" The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape in the top and bottom margins. In Excellent condition.

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Brian Bolland Wonder Woman #82 Cover Original Art (DC, 1994). Brian Bolland produced some of the most bold -
Brian Bolland Wonder Woman #82 Cover Original Art (DC, 1994). Brian Bolland produced some of the most bold and dynamic covers for Wonder Woman ever published. On this one, Ares, God of War, has a bound and helpless Wonder Woman before him, much like in the new Wonder Woman feature film! Striking and beautifully detailed, this piece was created in ink over graphite on DC cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed on the left side of the image area. The DC bullet, issue/price, and UPC box are all stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 10-8-69 (United Feature Syndicate, -
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 10-8-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Frieda (with her naturally curly hair) tries to get Snoopy to go chase rabbits. Instead, we are treated to a college football gag. A great daily created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". The board has been folded between the center panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. It was previously mounted to a matting board and has glue residue and abrasions on the reverse side. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Jaime Hernandez The Latino Comics Expo Promotional Poster Illustration Original Art and Prints Group of 3 -
Jaime Hernandez The Latino Comics Expo Promotional Poster Illustration Original Art and Prints Group of 3 (Museum of Latin American Art, 2017). Fans of the Hernandez Bros' seminal Love and Rockets, and of Jaime Hernandez work in general would be quite happy to have this wonderful image created specifically for the Expo in Long Beach, CA. The original art is ink over graphite on 14" x 11" bright white Bristol board. Not just any Bristol board either... this is on the reverse side of an unused page of dialog from Love and Rockets (Hopey gets name-checked). There is a minor crease in the lower right, with a touch of whiteout art correction. Also included are a small 4" x 6" printed handbill (in Very Good condition), and an 11" x 17" printed window card poster. All are in Excellent condition unless noted.

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Ross Andru and Dick Giordano Wonder Woman #293 Cover Wonder Girl, Supergirl, Black Canary Original Art (DC, 1982)....
Ross Andru and Dick Giordano Wonder Woman #293 Cover Wonder Girl, Supergirl, Black Canary Original Art (DC, 1982). Some of the most powerful and popular superheroines of the DCU are featured on this cover alongside the amazing Amazon... Wonder Girl, Black Canary, Supergirl Starfire, Raven, the Huntress, and Power Girl! The very clever faux-book cover design really set this three-issue tale apart in the series. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board that was cut to 7.5" x 8" and then affixed to the DC/Sparta cover stock Bristol board and trade dressed with paste-up DC bullet, logo, and story title. The full image area measures 9.75" x 15". The faux-book cover elements (binding, pages, etc) are photocopied onto this board so all three covers match. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Eternals #8 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Eternals #8 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). This page from "City of Toads" served to introduce Ransak, the Reject, who would become a recurring character. He and his friend Karkas were both of the Deviants, although Reject doesn't physically appear to be a Deviant. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Panel 3 is a stripped-in art correction panel taped-in from the reverse. There are also stripped-in text corrections, and a bit of production tape residue in the top and bottom margins. The page is in Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Specialty Illustration Original Art (c. 1930s). A personal illustration for a -
George Herriman Krazy Kat Specialty Illustration Original Art (c. 1930s). A personal illustration for a friend of Herriman's, "Kid Bentley... the Demon Enlarger". This was likely a gift for someone he worked with professionally. Created in ink on very toned 12" x 9" paper. The paper has a very slick reverse side, so it is not a regular Bristol board, but it is thicker than normal art paper. Signed and personalized in the lower right. Matted out to 20" x 16". In Very Good condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Bob Layton Iron Man #116 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
John Romita Jr. and Bob Layton Iron Man #116 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1978). The first page of Layton's first issue as co-plotter of this series! Layton would begin penciling the title with issue #118, starting his long and influential run on Iron Man. This splash page features the Ani-Men and Madame Masque. It was rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The header text and indicia are stat paste-ups. the page is signed by Layton in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition.

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Eddy Newell Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #108 Cover Original Art (DC, 1998)....
Eddy Newell Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #108 Cover Original Art (DC, 1998). Dynamic cover for the issue titled "Stalking". Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". In Excellent, condition, signed by the artist at the bottom right edge.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 4-27-92 (United Feature -
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Lucy Original Art dated 4-27-92 (United Feature Syndicate, 1992). Charlie Brown on the pitcher's mound is a favored setting for a fine Peanuts strip. They usually involve Lucy, his most vocal outfielder, but this one takes it to a whole new level. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel. It has been matted and UV glass front framed out to 30.5" x 17.5". In Excellent condition.

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Ross Andru, Dick Giordano, and Terry Austin Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man Story Page 45 Original...
Ross Andru, Dick Giordano, and Terry Austin Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man Story Page 45 Original Art (Marvel and DC, 1976). Peter Parker asks Clark Kent where the phone booths are -- that first panel alone makes this a fantastic page! This historic collaboration between the two largest and most popular comic book publishers in the USA was a fan's dream. The most popular character from each company, and produced by some of the top talent from both companies! Penciler Ross Andru had drawn almost every character from Marvel and DC up to that point. Dick Giordano is a fan-favorite inker, and Terry Austin helped out on backgrounds. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.25" x 12.25". Here the page is presented matted together with a trimmed version of the printed page, and the cover for the tabloid sized publication. The art is in Excellent condition. Matted and Plexiglas front framed out to 35.5" x 17.25". In Excellent condition.

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Greg Hildebrandt and Tim Hildebrandt Smith of Wootton Major and Farmer Giles of Ham Paperback Cover -
Greg Hildebrandt and Tim Hildebrandt Smith of Wootton Major and Farmer Giles of Ham Paperback Cover Original Art (Ballantine Books, circa 1974-75). For fantasy fans, the names of Greg and Tim Hildebrandt will forever be linked to the works of fantasy author J. R. R. Tolkien, thanks to the brothers' world-famous visual interpretations of the Tolkien characters. Here, the Brothers Hildebrandt present a wonderfully whimsical scene based on J. R. R. Tolkien's story, "Farmer Giles of Ham" for what was their first published, Tolkien-inspired work. This delightful cover illustration, with its superb artistic nod to the style of classic illustrator Maxfield Parrish, captures the mood of Tolkien's ribald mock-heroic tale perfectly. "When a 'cunning, inquisitive, greedy, well-armored but not overly bold' dragon invades the kingdom, a most unwilling Farmer Giles is chosen to slay the dragon... a dragon who refuses to fight!" This fabulous piece has an image area of 12.5" x 21.5", and the art is in Excellent condition. The illustration was signed at the lower right.

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Neal Adams and Frank Giacoia Green Lantern/Green Arrow #78 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1970). A -
Neal Adams and Frank Giacoia Green Lantern/Green Arrow #78 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1970). A stunning image of Green Lantern recharging his ring (complete with the full oath) as Green Arrow readies his bow. You would be hard pressed to find a more iconic image of these characters from their "Hard Traveling Heroes" era. Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams were turning out one of the best "Buddy books" in comic's history as these two became a steadfast and unlikely pair dealing with issues such as racism, drugs, pollution, politics and the corporate take-over of America. This series ushered in the Bronze Age for DC as they attempted to "get relevant". From the story "A Kind of Loving, a Way of Death!", the page was created in ink over graphite on the reverse side of DC cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The toned page is signed in the lower margin and in Very Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: In The Chapel of Moloch (#nn) Story Page 18 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2008)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: In The Chapel of Moloch (#nn) Story Page 18 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2008). Hellboy, armed only with his (big) pistol ("The Good Samaritan") and the red Right Hand of Doom, faces a giant ancient mystical creature. Just another day for Hellboy. A fantastic page that well captures the feel of the beloved series, it was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.25". Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: The Third Wish #1 Story Page 25 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2002)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: The Third Wish #1 Story Page 25 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2002). This tale finds Hellboy unexpectedly swept underwater, where he was met by three mermaid sisters and taken to meet The Bog Roosh. As you can see... it didn't go well. The page was rendered in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.25". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Conqueror Worm #1 Story Page 29 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2001)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Conqueror Worm #1 Story Page 29 Original Art (Dark Horse, 2001). The last page of issue #1 finds Hellboy unconscious, with Herman Von Klempt, his granddaughter Inger, and one of the super-ape Kriegaffen standing over him. Roger, having fallen off a mountain, is also out cold. A great page in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.25". In Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat "A Perilous Voyage to the Monrovia Jungles" Specialty Illustration -
George Herriman Krazy Kat "A Perilous Voyage to the Monrovia Jungles" Specialty Illustration Original Art (c. 1920-30s). A custom piece, most likely given as a gift, that features several of the recurring cast from this surreal strip. Krazy Kat at the helm, Offisa Pupp manning the oars, Walter Cephus Austrige and Gooseberry Sprig amidships, and Ignatz Mouse at the rudder. The inscription reads "A Perilous Voyage to the Monrovia Jungles - Making a social call on Mr. F. Bentley - with mild expectations of 'refreshments'." It is signed under that. The piece was created in ink over graphite and watercolored by Herriman's own hand. The matted image area measures 13.75" x 10.75". It is glass front framed out to 22" x 19". The board is toned and sunstruck. In Very Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 Trade Paperback "The Right Hand of Doom" Story Page 9 "The Vârcolac" Original Art (Dark Ho...
Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 Trade Paperback "The Right Hand of Doom" Story Page 9 "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". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #2 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2011)....
Mike Mignola Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #2 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2011). Witchfinder was the story of Sir Edward Grey, and it was a spin-off from Mignola's wildly popular Hellboy series. This dark, foreboding cover image was created in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14". Signed by Mignola in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Lucy Original Art dated 8-17-84 (United Feature -
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Lucy Original Art dated 8-17-84 (United Feature Syndicate, 1984). The "World Famous Diver" is about to make Lucy go off the deep end in this funny Summertime daily. Snoopy had a long running joke about him envisioning himself as the "World's Greatest" or the "World Famous" at something. That dog sure had an imagination! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21" x 5". Matted and Plexiglas front framed out to 32.5" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #2 Story Page 37 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1990). The first collaboration between -
Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #2 Story Page 37 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1990). The first collaboration between writer Frank Miller and artist Geof Darrow was Hard Boiled, an over-the-top hyper-violent science fiction story about a man who comes to realize he is a homicidal cyborg tax-collector, not an insurance investigator. The retro 1950s-automobile styling used in this world creation was an element that would show up in the creators' next collaborations as well... The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot. This page is meticulously inked on vellum (i.e. no pencils) with an image area of 12.25" x 16". Signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15 Page 1 (and 30) Spot Illustration Original Art (Marvel...
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15 Page 1 (and 30) Spot Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1981). "Spider-Man: Threat or Menace?" Denny O'Neil was having fun using J. Jonah Jameson's favorite headline as the story title for this issue. Frank Miller and Klaus Janson also had a great time using Duotone board to create the newspaper photos shown throughout the issue on various pages. This image was used to open and close the story, appearing on both Page 1 and Page 30. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Duotone board with an image area of 8" x 5". It looks like Janson wrote both his and Miller's name on the right side of the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams - Batman Painting Original Art (undated)....
Neal Adams - Batman Painting Original Art (undated). A great deal of Bat-fans wish they had a brooding Batman from the hands of classic Batman artist, Neal Adams. This fully painted piece is UV glass front framed to 12" x 15", and signed in the 9.5" x 12.5". Image area. It comes with a Neal Adams-issued COA on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-14-36 (King Features Syndicate, 1936)....
Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-14-36 (King Features Syndicate, 1936). Jungle Jim is a bit out of his normal stomping grounds of the jungles of India, as he is within spitting distance of the Great Wall of China, searching for the Purple Triangle gang. Action and intrigue abound, along with some wonderful Alex Raymond art. Check out the dame in Panel 4, as she gets "Shanghaied". Created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 24" x 11". Signed "AR" in the edge of Panel 4. The logo is a printed paste-up. There is slight edge and corner wear, with the top right corner slit just across the image area corner. In Very Good condition.

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Jeff Jones Bill Thailing's Catalog #212 Back Cover Original Art (Bill Thailing, 1970). A lovely pen and -
Jeff Jones Bill Thailing's Catalog #212 Back Cover Original Art (Bill Thailing, 1970). A lovely pen and ink piece used for the back cover of this classic catalog. The image was created over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 12" x 16". Signed in the image area. There is minor soiling around the image area from a previous frame/matting job. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta Ace McCoy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-23-53 (McNaught Syndicate, 1953). One of -
Frank Frazetta Ace McCoy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-23-53 (McNaught Syndicate, 1953). One of the first strips to bear the name Ace McCoy after its change from Johnny Comet. This later period was typified by an increased emphasis on humor, moving away from the action and adventure that marked the strip's early days. With an image area measuring approximately 17" x 4.5", the strip is in Excellent condition.

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Ken Kelly Egyptian Queen Recreation Painting Original Art (2012). Frank Frazetta's Egyptian Queen was such -
Ken Kelly Egyptian Queen Recreation Painting Original Art (2012). Frank Frazetta's Egyptian Queen was such a masterpiece that it is a favorite for other painters to replicate. Here, the very talented Ken Kelly tries his hand at the alluring image. Oil on canvas-wrapped illustration board open front framed to 24" x 30", with an image area of 18.5" x 23.8". In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood Heroes, Inc. #2 Story Page 3 Misfits Original Art (CPL Gang, 1976). Wally Wood's wacky team -
Wally Wood Heroes, Inc. #2 Story Page 3 Misfits Original Art (CPL Gang, 1976). Wally Wood's wacky team "The Misfits"... Glomb, Mystra, and Shag, are featured on this page. It was 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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Don Heck and Frank Giacoia (as Frank Ray) Avengers #26 Story Page 18 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, -
Don Heck and Frank Giacoia (as Frank Ray) Avengers #26 Story Page 18 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966). It's a sad day for "Cap's Kooky Quartet" as they are about to receive a sound beating at the hands of Attuma! Granted, they were short a member as Hawkeye was not on the scene, but this page features the hexes of the Scarlet Witch, the fleet feet of Quicksilver, and the battle tactics of Captain America. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Eternals #14 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Eternals #14 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Jack Kirby draws the Hulk again... well, a robot at least. This page is the set-up for the story titled "Ikaris and the Cosmic Powered Hulk". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page has slight production tape residue in the top and bottom margin. Otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Al Milgrom Spidey Super Stories #56 Cover Captain Britain Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Al Milgrom Spidey Super Stories #56 Cover Captain Britain Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Spider-Man and Captain Britain battle Jack O'Lantern The cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, and all header info are stat paste-ups. The cover is signed by artist Al Milgrom in the lower margin, where it is also signed in the check-off box by Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter. In Excellent condition.

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Shawn McManus Sandman Presents: The Thessaliad #1 Complete 22-Page Story "Part 1: The Daughters of Garm or Far Too... (Total: 22 Original Art)
Shawn McManus Sandman Presents: The Thessaliad #1 Complete 22-Page Story "Part 1: The Daughters of Garm or Far Too Much About Pie" Original Art (DC, 2002). Introduced in Neil Gaiman's Sandman series, Thessaly the Witch got her own spin-off mini-series. This issue sets things off to a rather bloody and gory start, created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". A few pages have original art paste-up art corrections. In Excellent 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 Conquers 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 (with some slightly chipped at the corners). 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 condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna Amazing Spider-Man #505 Complete 22-Page Story "Vibes" Original Art (Marvel, 2004)... (Total: 22 Original Art)
John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna Amazing Spider-Man #505 Complete 22-Page Story "Vibes" Original Art (Marvel, 2004). Mary Jane Watson-Parker and her husband, the spectacular Spider-Man, star in this lovely little story titled "Vibes". She goes on a business trip to Santa Monica, CA, while he stays in the Big Apple. The story was written by J. Michael Straczynski and Fiona Avery. The pages were created in crisp, clean inks over wonderful pencils on bright white Marvel Bristol board. They have an image area of approximately 9.25" x 14.25". Every page is signed by Scott Hanna on the reverse side. Page 1 has a diagonal tear in the lower right corner, repaired with tape from the back. All other pages in Excellent condition.

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Keith Pollard Green Lantern #158 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982)....
Keith Pollard Green Lantern #158 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). Hal Jordan finds himself "Trapped" on this cover for the story "A Loop In Time!" The outer-space action cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, "Green Lantern Corp" header, and the price/issue box, and logo are all stat paste-ups, as is the "Trapped" cover caption in the lower section. The UPC box paste-up is missing, leaving glue residue behind. The lightly toned cover has pinholes in the margins and a bit of whiteout art correction in the image area. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby Super Powers Apokolips Orbiting Intimidator Design Illustration Original Art (DC, 1983)....
Jack Kirby Super Powers Apokolips Orbiting Intimidator Design Illustration Original Art (DC, 1983). A gigantic spacefaring warship from Apokolips (from Kirby's Fourth World Saga), this piece was designed by Kirby as part of the 1983-84 Super Powers line of comics, toys, and cartoons. As Kirby provided design art for all three, it is unknown for which this piece was originally intended. Crafted in pure graphite on illustration board with an image area of 19" x 13.75". Signed and dated 1-83 in the lower right. The lightly toned board has some minor amount of graphite smudging. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales of Suspense #75 Story Page 9 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales of Suspense #75 Story Page 9 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Cap takes on Batroc the Leaper in Batroc's very first appearance! Remember in Captain America: Winter Soldier when Cap fought an Algerian mercenary named Batroc? Yeah, same guy. The lovely lady in Panels 1 and 2 is none other than Sharon Carter, aka Agent 13. She has appeared in Marvel movies also. This power-punched-page was produced twice-up scale in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The toned page is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith - Wolverine Specialty Illustration Original Art (1990). Windsor-Smith's Weapon-X story -
Barry Windsor-Smith - Wolverine Specialty Illustration Original Art (1990). Windsor-Smith's Weapon-X story arc in Marvel Comics Presents is still fondly remembered as a high-water mark for the character's development, and the story influenced the Wolverine movies as well. A fierce and feisty piece, created in ink and white paint over blue pencil, on the reverse side of 17" x 11" Marvel Bristol board. Signed and dated in the image area. The flipside features two loose Wolverine sketches, one of which is ink and was signed by BWS in 1990 as well. It is labeled "new pen nib test 1990". In Excellent condition.

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Frank Springer Charlie Chan #2 Cover Original Art (Dell, 1966). The Cat-Burglar strikes on the cover for -
Frank Springer Charlie Chan #2 Cover Original Art (Dell, 1966). The Cat-Burglar strikes on the cover for this tale "Claws of the Cat". Wonderfully crafted in ink with red ink key lines over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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Val Mayerik and Vince Colletta Creatures on the Loose #22 Complete 15-Page Thongor Story Original Art (Marvel, 197... (Total: 15 Original Art)
Val Mayerik and Vince Colletta Creatures on the Loose #22 Complete 15-Page Thongor Story Original Art (Marvel, 1973). The first comic book appearance of Thongor, and just the third Marvel story ever drawn by Mayerik. Thongor of Lemuria, created by Lin Carter, debuted on paperback racks in the mid-60s and combined elements of Robert E. Howard's Conan and Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter. This particular story has action, sorcery, and a sexy female to boot! Each page has an image area of 10" x 15". Typical production staining and handling wear on all pages, and a few pages have stripped-in corrections sealed with tape on the backs. The ninth page is missing a corrected text box in the first panel as well as one word balloon. One figure on the tenth page is a stat, but the original art is beneath it. Note that the pages have three different sets of numbers with gaps in the sequence, however we checked the published comic to confirm that this is the complete story. Very Good condition.

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Ross Andru and Bill Everett Marvel Feature #1 Story Page 19 The Defenders Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Ross Andru and Bill Everett Marvel Feature #1 Story Page 19 The Defenders Original Art (Marvel, 1971). The Defenders got their group's name for the very first time on this very page! This original incarnation of the grouping did not yet include the Silver Surfer, but the page features Doctor Strange, Namor the Sub-Mariner, and the Hulk. The page was crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape in the margins, and a bit on a text correction on the lower right. There are whiteout text/art corrections, a small smudge of production oil stain on the upper right side and the lower left. There is also a stain the bottom of Panel 7, and production tape residue in the margins. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Tony DeZuniga Savage Sword of Conan #56 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Conan -
John Buscema and Tony DeZuniga Savage Sword of Conan #56 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Conan faces "The Sword of Skelos" in this story that was adapted by Andrew J. Offutt from an original novel by Conan-creator Robert E. Howard. The splash was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". The Zipatone has toned to a golden hue. In Very Good condition.

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Burne Hogarth Drago Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-7-46 (New York Post, 1946). We have never -
Burne Hogarth Drago Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-7-46 (New York Post, 1946). We have never offered a Burne Hogarth Drago strip before! All of Hogarth's considerable artistic talents are well displayed on this great Sunday that features Drago's horse Diablo, the lovely Senorita Darby, and some fantastic examples of both his light and shadow work, and this ability to draw realistic clothing. Not surprising that many years later, he actually wrote art books on many of those very subjects! Considered an "artist's artist", Hogarth's original art is highly-prized. This piece was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.75" x 26". The logo and credit are modern-day photocopy replacements. There is a bit of paste-up glue residue near it, and also a stain in the lower center. The board is very toned, folded horizontally between the middle tiers, with pinholes in the margin. Overall in Good condition.

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Bill Ward - Torchy #5 Cover Recreation Original Art (1978). "Why, how did you ever recognize -
Bill Ward - Torchy #5 Cover Recreation Original Art (1978). "Why, how did you ever recognize me?" A lovely fully painted piece in ink and gouache paint over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 17.5" x 22.75". Signed in the image area, and then signed and dated in the lower margin as well. In Excellent condition.

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Boris Vallejo "Sun Goddess" Painting Original Art (1999). Boris Vallejo's art has been featured -
Boris Vallejo "Sun Goddess" Painting Original Art (1999). Boris Vallejo's art has been featured on paperback novel covers, fantasy calendars, posters, and art books for decades. This particular image was even featured on a collectible knife produced by the Franklin Mint! The Sun Goddess was created in oil on 20" x 26.5" illustration board with an image area of 12" x 22.75". Signed and dated in the image area. A stunning piece that seems to glow with its own internal light, it is in Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #5 Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1961). When -
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #5 Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1961). When confronted with a raging maelstrom of crashing aquatic fury, it's nothing short of good luck to have Aquaman nearby. Superman, Batman, Green Arrow, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, and Snapper Carr all make an appearance in this panel page from the story "When Gravity Went Wild." Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Excellent condition.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1075 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-15-57 (King Features Syndicate, -
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1075 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-15-57 (King Features Syndicate, 1957). A very light-hearted Sunday feature about Mayblossom, "...a handsome but stupid horse" that "...can be taught anything, provided it is of no practical value". Foster proves he is as adept at slapstick and tomfoolery as he is at sword and sorcery. Created at Foster's huge scale in ink over graphite on two separate sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 22.75" x 33.75". The lightly toned boards have been folded vertically through the middle. The logo is a discolored printed paste-up. All text are printed paste-ups, most are loose, some creased, and some missing completely which leaves glue residue behind. There is a 1" rip and crease in the top middle of the bottom section. In Good condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Captain America Origina...
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Bucky Barnes appears as the new Captain America on this section of the six-part gatefold cover that was one of the (many) variant covers for this landmark relaunch of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Each section of the gatefold spotlighted a different Avenger. This image was also used by itself as another variant cover for issue #1! Produced in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by JRJR in 2017 in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Frank McLaughlin DC Comics Presents #41 Superman and the Joker Page 1 Original -
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Frank McLaughlin DC Comics Presents #41 Superman and the Joker Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1982). Superman and the Joker both have their hands full thanks to the Prankster, who, to top it off, is holding Perry White at gunpoint! What more do you want ... a helicopter hovering over the famous "Hollywood" sign? (OK, you get that too.) Note that the Superman and Joker figures on either side of the intro text are original art. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 12.5". Clipped corners. Very Good condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #25 Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1964). Superman, -
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #25 Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1964). Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash, and the Atom attend the Peace Festival on the Crystal World of Aralax, but it's not all jam bands and patchouli for these Leaguers, who only have twenty hours to save Earth from destruction! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Excellent condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Burma Original Art dated 12-8-46 (News Syndicate -
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Burma Original Art dated 12-8-46 (News Syndicate Co., 1946). Burma and Jane Allen are chewing up the panels... and each other, in this Sunday that is so thick with noir jargon and slang that Mack the Knife couldn't cut into this conversation! The hissing party is cut short by the arrival of... Hotshot? Created on Bristol board, each of the ink over graphite panels was cut and repositioned for horizontal format Sunday comics presentation. They are affixed to another Bristol board with a combined image area of 25.25" x 17". The logo is a printed paste-up and there is a missing paste-up just below it. The board is very toned, with handling wear on the side margins and the top corners. In Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Doomwar #2 Cover Black Panther and X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 2010)....
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Doomwar #2 Cover Black Panther and X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Released while T'Challa's sister Shuri held the mantle of the Black Panther, this cover also depicts Doctor Doom and Nightcrawler, Colossus, and Wolverine of the X-Men. Produced in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". In Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #30 Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1964). It's a -
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #30 Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1964). It's a Crisis on Earth-3, as Doctor Fate of Earth-2 battles the evil Power Ring from Earth-3 from the story "The Most Dangerous Earth of All!" Absolutely classic DC Silver Age action, done in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #16 Page 21 Original Art (DC, 1962)....
Mike Sekowsky Justice League of America #16 Page 21 Original Art (DC, 1962). JLA fans Jerry Bails and Roy Thomas must have been head over heels when Julius Schwartz combined their names to create "Jerry Thomas," -- one of the Justice League's greatest fans -- and made it a part of this story. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Excellent condition.

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Larry Elmore Mystic Planes Painting Original Art (1999). In 2001, this painting was used as the cover for -
Larry Elmore Mystic Planes Painting Original Art (1999). In 2001, this painting was used as the cover for the Doranna Durgin paperback novel Wolverine's Daughter. This gorgeous painting by fantasy art master Elmore was used as the inspiration for one of Dark Sword Miniatures "Elmore Masterworks" 28mm metal figures. The oil painting is on 20" x 27" masonite board. There are some edge chips and abrasions from a previous frame job. Signed in the lower left. In overall Excellent condition.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Wolverine Original Art ...
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Wolverine appears on this section of the six-part gatefold cover that was one of the (many) variant covers for this landmark relaunch of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Each section of the gatefold spotlighted a different Avenger, although Wolverine shared a section with Spider-Man. This image was used solo as a variant cover for X-Men V3#1 a few months later in 2010. Produced 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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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Hawkeye Original Art (M...
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Hawkeye Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Hawkeye appears on this section of the six-part gatefold cover that was one of the (many) variant covers for this landmark relaunch of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Each section of the gatefold spotlighted a different Avenger. This image was also re-used by itself as a variant cover for issue #4! Produced 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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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Thor Original Art (Marv...
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Thor Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Thor appears on this section of the six-part gatefold cover that was one of the (many) variant covers for this landmark relaunch of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Each section of the gatefold spotlighted a different Avenger. This image was also re-used by itself as a variant cover for issue #5! Produced 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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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #21 Page 17 Original Art (DC, 1963). From the -
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #21 Page 17 Original Art (DC, 1963). From the first ever "Crisis" story, titled "Crisis on Earth-One", the super-villains of Earth-Two have trapped the two Flashes and are ready to embark on dimension-spanning crime sprees. Featuring Chronos, The Wizard, The Fiddler, The Icicle, Dr. Alchemy, and Felix Faust, as well as the two trapped Flashes, it is a page no JLA fan can pass this up. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Journey Into Mystery Annual #1 Story Page 13 Thor and Hercules Original Art (Marvel,...
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Journey Into Mystery Annual #1 Story Page 13 Thor and Hercules Original Art (Marvel, 1965). This issue introduced Hercules to the Marvel Universe. In fact, this very page was also the very first appearance of Zeus! He appears so he can break up a fight. The God of Thunder had been tangling with the Lion of Olympus in this tale titled fittingly enough "When Titans Clash!" This early story was only the second time that Marvel had used that story title (they would use it a total of three times by 1967). Hercules would go on to become an Avenger and appear several times as a guest-star in Thor. The page was created twice-up scale in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is a very slight crease through the top tier panels, and a bit of whiteout art correction in places. In Excellent condition.

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George McManus Bringing Up Father and Rosie's Beau Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-4-40 (King ...
George McManus Bringing Up Father and Rosie's Beau Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-4-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940). A complete Sunday page with both the regular Maggie and Jiggs feature, and also the topper companion strip starring Rosie. The look for both Rosie and Nora (Maggie and Jiggs' daughter) were based on George McManus' own wife, Florence Bergere. This original art was created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 16" x 21.25". They are joined by tape on the reverse, and in the side margins. The boards are slightly toned, with pinholes in the top corners. They are signed by McManus in the bottom right last panel. In Very Good condition.

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Marshall Rogers Batman: Strange Apparitions Trade Paperback Unpublished Cover Hugo Strange Original Art (2005)....
Marshall Rogers Batman: Strange Apparitions Trade Paperback Unpublished Cover Hugo Strange Original Art (2005). The finished piece was unused, however it is reported that Terry Austin redrew and inked the final published cover, obviously using this as a layout/model. The published cover is essentially the same, barring only minor alterations. The trade paperback collected the classic Hugo Strange story arc from Detective Comics in 1977, produced by writer Steve Englehart with art by Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin. This somber unpublished cover was created in ink and watercolor over graphite on 12" x 18" illustration board. Signed and dated in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Dale Keown and Bob McLeod Hulk #377 Splash Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This very page gave -
Dale Keown and Bob McLeod Hulk #377 Splash Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This very page gave readers their first full view of the "New and Improved" Hulk. This classic Peter David story arc merged all aspects of the Hulk (Bruce Banner, Grey Hulk, and Green Hulk) into a single fully functioning being. Banner's brain, Hulk's body, together again for the first time. On the racks as early as December of 1990, it was a fitting Christmas present for Hulk fans, created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". The page is signed by artist Dale Keown in the lower left. The "Next issue" text is stat paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 35 Adam Warlock, Doctor Strange, Thor, and Silver Surfe...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 35 Adam Warlock, Doctor Strange, Thor, and Silver Surfer Original Art (Marvel, 1991). The latest bearer of the cosmic-powered Infinity Gauntlet, Adam Warlock, dismisses Doctor Strange, Thor, and the Silver Surfer. The last panel shows Adam Warlock summoning Gamora (the most dangerous woman in the galaxy, and recent star in both Guardians of the Galaxy movies), and Pip the Troll. This would lead into an on-going series titled Warlock and the Infinity Watch. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 32 Thor and the Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 32 Thor and the Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Thor finds an innovative, and personally satisfying, way to save everyone from a nuclear-detonating Thanos. There is a reason he is called "the mad god" Thanos. Watching the well-earned "hammer toss", are the Silver Surfer, Hulk, Drax the Destroyer, Starfox, Doctor Strange, and Adam Warlock. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There are minor handling stains in the top and bottom margin; however, the image area is in Excellent condition.

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Dave Sim Cerebus #33 Cover Moon Roach Original Art (Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1981). Having abandoned his -
Dave Sim Cerebus #33 Cover Moon Roach Original Art (Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1981). Having abandoned his previous identities of "The Cockroach" and "Captain Cockroach", Artemis was now using the guise of "Moon Roach". Dave Sim used the character to satirize the comic industry and specifically Batman, Captain America, Moon Knight, Wolverine, the Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars series, Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns, Jim Valentino's Normalman, the Punisher, Neil Gaiman's Sandman, and even Sgt. Preston of the Royal Mounted Police. The Roach often upstaged Cerebus when he appeared in a story. Astoria appears on this cover in one of her earliest appearances in this story arc collected as "High Society". Cerebus the Aardvark also appears on the cover (it's his book, after all). A gorgeous cover painted in gouache on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14". The board is lightly toned and has been slightly sunstruck on the edges from a previous framing. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 16 Thanos and Wolveri...
Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 16 Thanos and Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Thor is not faring well against Thanos (cosmically powered by the Infinity Gauntlet), so what chance does Wolverine have? The punishing battle scene in this issue shows just how close the entire Marvel Universe came to the edge of non-existence. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". All text is paste-up. There is paper discoloration in each panel of the page. In Very Good condition.

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Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Marvel Premiere #1 Story Page 27 Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1972). -
Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Marvel Premiere #1 Story Page 27 Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1972). "And Men Shall Call Him... Warlock!" Which is good, because his previous name was "Him". This last page of the story is the very page where he receives his name and also the Soul Gem, one of the Infinity Stones, courtesy of the High Evolutionary. In fact, this very page was the first appearance of any Infinity Stone in the Marvel Universe. Adam Warlock's presence in the Marvel movie universe was hinted at in the post-credits scene of Guardians of the Galaxy II. So we expect to see him on the silver screen soon. His history is inextricably wound up with the Infinity Gauntlet and the Infinity Stones. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a stripped-in text correction in Panel 6, and some whiteout art corrections in places. The top and bottom margin have production tape residue. In Very Good condition.

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Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 28 Thanos and Thor Or...
Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 28 Thanos and Thor Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Thanos takes his lumps from Spider-Man and Thor on a page that also features Quasar and Thanos' henchwoman Terraxia. The Infinity Gauntlet was cosmically powered by the Infinity Stones. These have been a running theme in the Avengers movies, and the story arc cumulates in Avengers: Infinity War, which was inspired by this mini-series. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There are some paste-up text corrections. Signed by Ron Lim in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Dillon Preacher #3 Story Page 24 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1993). Jesse Custer and Tulip are -
Steve Dillon Preacher #3 Story Page 24 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1993). Jesse Custer and Tulip are featured in the first few panels as Sheriff Root gets the drop on them. The bottom tier of panels features the Angels Deblanc and Fiore who were attempting to retrieve the escaped creature Genesis. From very early in the series, this was the last page of the story "And the Horse You Rode In On", written by co-creator Garth Ennis. The raw and irreverent series has been wonderfully adapted to TV in AMC's Preacher, with almost every character on this page playing a large part in Season One. This page was created in ink over blue pencil on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". Text is stat paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 39 Drax the Destroyer and Thor Original Art (Marvel, 19...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 39 Drax the Destroyer and Thor Original Art (Marvel, 1991). The cosmic power levels at play in this epic series created a "things go from bad to worse" chain of events. Here, things go from worse to even more worse, as the space pirate Nebula has stolen the Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos. This page features an imprisoned Drax the Destroyer, Thor, Doctor Doom, Firelord, and Hulk. Thanos' brother Starfox is also on the page. Jim Starlin's star-spanning mini-series serves as the template for Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War two-part movie arc. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There is a moderate bend/crease that runs across the middle of the page, and a minor rip in the top right margin. In Very Good condition.

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Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 14 Thanos and Thor Or...
Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 14 Thanos and Thor Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Doctor Doom finds out that an unconscious Thanos is still very dangerous. The page also features Thor. This epic series chronicled Thanos' efforts to win the heart of Death herself by wielding all of the Infinity Stones (via the Infinity Gauntlet) to destroy the Universe. The most powerful of Marvel's large stable of heroes band together to challenge him. This story arc serves as the template for Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War two-part movie arc. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". All text is paste-up, with several missing. This leaves glue residue in those places. There is also a minor crease running horizontally across the bottom third of the page. In Very Good condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 9 Silver Surfer and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, ...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 9 Silver Surfer and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Two of the Marvel Universe's most cosmic heroes in a single dynamic panel! The Silver Surfer saves Adam Warlock, as Annihilus uses Earth's temporary peril as an opportunity to invade. All of these characters first appeared in various issues of Marvel's flagship titled The Fantastic Four. This page was created in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There is an acetate overlay with some inks for a color hold effect. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 19 Thanos and Adam Wa...
Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 19 Thanos and Adam Warlock Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Infinity Gauntlet is well-known for the huge number of Marvel characters involved. This page features Adam Warlock, Nova, Cyclops, Spider-Man, and the Scarlet Witch, all battling against the mad god Thanos, who was cosmically powered up by the Infinity Stones. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There is one text correction paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 20 Thanos and Iron Ma...
Ron Lim, George Pérez, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 20 Thanos and Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This page features the death of the Scarlet Witch, as Cyclops of the X-Men, and Iron Man of the Avengers, battle against Thanos, who controls the Infinity Stones. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". There is one text correction paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 23 Thanos and Silver Surfer Original Art (Marvel, 1991)...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 23 Thanos and Silver Surfer Original Art (Marvel, 1991). As Nebula prepares to begin her reign as a cosmic level entity, Adam Warlock usurps control of the Soul Gem from within! The page also features Thanos, Doctor Strange, and the Silver Surfer. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 16 Thanos and Mephisto Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #5 Story Page 16 Thanos and Mephisto Original Art (Marvel, 1991). One of the incarnations of true evil in the Marvel Universe, Mephisto, makes a grab for the Infinity Gauntlet in the last panel. The Gauntlet houses the six Infinity Stones. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 34 Adam Warlock, Doctor Strange, and Silver Surfer Orig...
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Story Page 34 Adam Warlock, Doctor Strange, and Silver Surfer Original Art (Marvel, 1991). From the wrap-up at the end of the story "The Final Confrontation", an assembly of some of Marvel's most powerful characters (Thor, Doctor Strange, and Silver Surfer) discusses the now omnipotent Adam Warlock and the disposition of the Infinity Stones. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". In Excellent condition.

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Steve Dillon Preacher #14 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1996). It was only the second issue to -
Steve Dillon Preacher #14 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1996). It was only the second issue to feature Herr Starr, seen in the bottom tier of this page. He plays a large role in Season Two of the AMC TV series Preacher. The series has been picked up for a third season that will release later in 2018. This page is from the story "Boys Will Be Boys (Hunters, Part 2)". It was created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14.5". In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 32 Thanos Original Art (Marvel, 199...
Ron Lim, Joe Rubinstein, and Bruce N. Solotoff Infinity Gauntlet #4 Story Page 32 Thanos Original Art (Marvel, 1991). A devastating page as Thanos literally blows the hands off of Quasar, the cosmic protector who was heir to Captain Mar-Vell's position. The surrounding carnage shows a decapitated Iron Man, suffocated Cyclops, and a deceased Spider-Man, Vision, and Wolverine. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". All text is paste-up, with glue residue and/or discoloration in all panels. The page is in Very Good condition.

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Fred Kida Rawhide Kid #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1957). The Rawhide Kid... he shares his saddle with -
Fred Kida Rawhide Kid #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1957). The Rawhide Kid... he shares his saddle with Danger! The vintage 1950s Western cover was created in ink over graphite on 13.25" x 20" Bristol board that has been irregularly cut and mounted on a board measuring 15.5" x 22". The logo, issue number, and word balloon are all paste-up. There is glue residue near the paste-ups. The toned original art section has some whiteout art correction. In Good condition.

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Jack Davis TV Guide Cover Painting "Welcome Back, Kotter" Original Art dated 10-22-77 (Triangle -
Jack Davis TV Guide Cover Painting "Welcome Back, Kotter" Original Art dated 10-22-77 (Triangle Publications, 1977). The fantastic caricature talents of Jack Davis were a perfect fit for the cast of ABC's smash-hit Welcome Back, Kotter. Pictured here are Gabe Kaplan's Kotter, surrounded by the Sweathogs played by John Travolta, Ron Palillo, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, and Robert Hegyes. The piece was crafted in ink and watercolor on 15" x 18.5" illustration board and signed in the image area. There is slight discoloration in the margin from a previous framing. In Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb Mr. Natural #3 Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-9-76 (Village Voice, 1976). Billy Bob, the -
Robert Crumb Mr. Natural #3 Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-9-76 (Village Voice, 1976). Billy Bob, the most devoted of all of Mr. Natural's fans, suffers the stings of rejection by his idol. Was this a commentary by Crumb on his own fame? Mmmmm.... could be. The strip was rearranged and reprinted in Kitchen Sink Press' Mr. Natural #3 in 1977, and again in The Complete Crumb Comics Vol. 11 in 1995. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 9". It is marked as "#3" in the upper right corner. The board is lightly toned, with some minor stains in the margins and last panel. In Very Good condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Dragon Lady Original Art dated 10-15-39 (News -
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Sunday Comic Strip Dragon Lady Original Art dated 10-15-39 (News Syndicate Co., 1939). Terry, Pat, and the Dragon Lady are strung-up for the slaughter, along with a long row of civilians. It's Connie and Deeth Crispin to the rescue! Created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined matted image area of 19" x 26". This Sunday was personalized and signed as a gift to fellow cartoonist Edmond Good in the lower left of the last panel. The personalization/signature has faded over time. The boards are joined on the reverse side with production tape. There are stains and soiling on the toned boards. The paste-up printed logo is stained, chipped, and discolored. Matted out to 22" x 29". In Good condition.

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Alex Ross "Superman: Immortal" and "Captain America: Triumphant" Painting Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Alex Ross "Superman: Immortal" and "Captain America: Triumphant" Painting Original Art (c. 2000s). Used as the basis for a set of matching limited edition prints, these two wonderful images were created side-by-side on the same sheet of high-quality Bristol board. Fully rendered in gouache over graphite, they have an image area of 6" x 20.5" each, or 13.75" x 20.5" total. Each is signed in the lower portion. In Excellent condition.

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Norman Saunders Civil War News Trading Card #60 "Suicide Charge" Painting Original Art (Topps, 1962)....
Norman Saunders Civil War News Trading Card #60 "Suicide Charge" Painting Original Art (Topps, 1962). Dateline Fort Pillow, TN -- April 12 1864: "Rebels Beat North at Fort Pillow". This set of historical trading cards featured an interesting and educational gimmick. The card backs featured a newspaper headline and small article, while the card front featured a stunning painting by Norm Saunders. Fans of his Mars Attacks and Batman trading cards, as well as his many pulp magazine covers, should take note of this rare and beautiful miniature painting. It was created in gouache with an image area of 5" x 3.5". Glass front framed to 6.5" x 5". In Excellent condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Woodstock Original Art dated 2-20-74 (United Feature -
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy and Woodstock Original Art dated 2-20-74 (United Feature Syndicate, 1974). By 1974, Woodstock was already well ensconced as Snoopy's sidekick. So strips featuring the two of them have been fan-favorites for a long time. This one, set atop Snoopy's doghouse, showcases the often droll humor that drives home the point that Woodstock is no bird-brain. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Personalized as a gift to none other than MAD Magazine's Don Martin, and signed across Panels 1 and 3. The well-toned daily has pinholes in the corners, and has been folded between the middle panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate (as is normal for Peanuts dailies). There are water stains and some warping to the board. The 30" x 7" Bristol board has been affixed to a same-sized piece of illustration board. In Good condition.

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Carmine Infantino and Bernard Sachs Green Lantern Comics #39 Unpublished Splash Page Original Art (DC, -
Carmine Infantino and Bernard Sachs Green Lantern Comics #39 Unpublished Splash Page Original Art (DC, 1949). Created for an issue #39 that never came to be, as this Golden Age title was sadly canceled with issue #38. The story "The Menace of the Marching Toys!" languished on a shelf at DC until it was written off in September of 1949. However, in 1972, DC was looking for stories to fill their increased page counts, and so this story did see print at that time, in Green Lantern #88. A fantastic find from the Golden Age, created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The very toned page bears the "Written Off" stamp in the lower margin and is in Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Tales of Suspense #92 Story Page 7 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1967)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Tales of Suspense #92 Story Page 7 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1967). A complex Kirby masterpiece... pure action! That Red, White, and Blue Sentinel of Liberty known as Captain America attempts to stop the Mecho-Assassin before the story's titled "Before My Eyes, Nick Fury Died!" becomes a reality. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Signed by Kirby in Panel 4. There is some production tape on the "continued..." strip at the bottom of the lightly toned page. In Excellent condition.

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John Byrne and Terry Austin X-Men #142 Page 7 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1981). "Days of Future -
John Byrne and Terry Austin X-Men #142 Page 7 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1981). "Days of Future Past" is one of the all-time classic stories, and of course was also adapted to become a movie a few years back. Here, the entire premise is neatly recapped by the adult version of Kitty Pryde who's occupying the body of her teenage self. Mystique and Destiny also appear, and they have Professor X in their power. Signed by Byrne, Chris Claremont, and Stan Lee in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Clipped corners. Excellent condition.

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Reed Crandall Squa Tront #2 EC Comics Promotional Ad Illustration Original Art (Jerry Weist, 1968). A -
Reed Crandall Squa Tront #2 EC Comics Promotional Ad Illustration Original Art (Jerry Weist, 1968). A snapshot view of the kind of tales published by EC comics in the mid-1950s. Reed Crandall worked for the legendary company from 1953 through 1955. This highly-detailed work has some hidden gems in it... The Vault Keeper and the Old Witch in the upper corners are fantastic. EC's line of science fiction comics, historical war comics, weird fantasy, piracy, and even super-hero parody from MAD are represented. The "Hey Look" cartoon character was a tribute to Harvey Kurtzman's Hey Look! strips of the 1940s. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 7.5". Crandall printed his name across the blank area in the lower middle of the image area. There is a small smudge just below that. There is glue residue in the surrounding margins from a previous frame job. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #81 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #81 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). How can the Thing stop the Wizard? "With... punch, he whangs top of pier post toward Wizard," according to Jack Kirby's penciled margin notes. If you didn't know the verb "to whang," you do now! And you probably already know that Sinnott was a wonderful finisher of Kirby's art. Mr. Fantastic and the Human Torch also appear. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Multiple staple holes in the margin. Minor production staining. Excellent condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Story Page 9 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Story Page 9 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Bromhead shows he is well protected against the Ualac (who has possessed Countess Bellona). A clever foe, he is about to cross the path of Hellboy. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.25". Signed by Mignola in the lower left margin. In Excellent condition.

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Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney Captain America #155 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Captain America (Steve -
Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney Captain America #155 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Captain America (Steve Rogers), Captain America ("Steve Rogers"), Bucky (Jack Monroe), and the Red Skull appear together on this cover with several other lesser characters from the tale "The Incredible Origin of the Other Captain America". It told the story of the 1950s replacements for the original Captain American and Bucky. Jack Monroe would turn up in this series again years later and take on the mantle of Nomad. Sadly, he was the first on-panel victim of the Winter Soldier when the original Bucky Barnes was revived as a Soviet assassin. This cover was created with many cut-and-paste pieces added. While this is the final version of the art, from which the cover for Cap #155 was produced, it differs from the original art in several respects. Cap and the figures below him are original art and in their original location. The Red Skull and Bucky are also original art, but had been cut out and moved from their original location to create the published version of the cover. All of the other small figures are printed paste-up stats, created from the original art that may lay underneath, given the whiteout and layers present, necessitated by the altering of the background from the original drawing. Marvel Masterworks: Captain America Vol. 7 provides an image of the original art prior to the edits used to create this final published cover version. The primary visual differences are the Red Skull and Bucky heads switching sides and the background changed from a sunburst to the shield used in the published version. There is whiteout throughout and production tape on all of the figures and floating heads other than Cap and the figures immediately below him. The entire masthead is a stat, and the issue number incorrectly shown as #115, which was corrected to #155 before printing. The original art was produced in ink over graphite (with whiteout art corrections) on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Overall, this is in Fair condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #89 Page 27 Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #89 Page 27 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). A touching moment between Reed and Sue Richards as the Thing has revived Reed after the Mole Man's attack. And here comes the next issue's threat as a Skrull slave ship lands on Earth. Crystal and the Human Torch also appear. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Staple holes in the margins. Typical production staining. Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15 Pages 19 and 29 Spot Illustrations Doctor Octopus Orig...
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Amazing Spider-Man Annual #15 Pages 19 and 29 Spot Illustrations Doctor Octopus Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Two great spot images of Doc Ock on a single page by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. The first appeared on Page 19, the second (with J. Jonah Jameson mugging for the camera) appeared on Page 29. The running theme in this issue was the image of newspapers with photographs. To create that look, Miller and Janson turned to Duotone board to create a sepia tone image in ink and graphite. The Page 19 image measures 3.5" x 4.25", while the Page 29 image is 8" x 3.75". They are on a single 10" x 10" piece of Duotone board. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Justice League of America #152 Cover Original Art (DC, 1978). The little girl -
Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Justice League of America #152 Cover Original Art (DC, 1978). The little girl that Batman is speaking about on this cover is the very first appearance of Traya, a young girl of Middle East descent who will eventually be adopted by Kathy Sutton and the Red Tornado. The Tornado is pictured on this cover along with Superman and Wonder Woman. The art was created in ink over graphite on DC/Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The DC bullet, logo, issue/price box, and all cover text are paste-ups. There is a bit of glue residue stain just in front of Traya's face. There are also some other stains on the page, including near Wonder Woman's hand. In Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams Batman #251 Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1973). ...
Neal Adams Batman #251 Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1973). "The Joker's Five-Way Revenge" is one of the most famous (and best) Batman stories. Here you see Bigger Melvin, a former member of the Joker's gang, go to great lengths to escape the Batman. We readers know that the Caped Crusader is just trying to warn the young punk that the Joker has been murdering all of his former associates! Adams was a master at switching up the angles to liven up most any scene. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight toning of the board, otherwise Excellent condition.

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Marshall Rogers and Bob McLeod G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #81 Original Cover Art (Marvel, 1988)....
Marshall Rogers and Bob McLeod G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #81 Original Cover Art (Marvel, 1988). Dodger of Battleforce 2000 engages in a little road rage with the Dreadnok known as Thrasher on this very cool, very '80s cover by Rogers and McLeod. Ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 15". The logo, corner box, and title element are stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition, signed by Rogers and McLeod.

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Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth #51 Cover Original Art (DC, 1977). Ok, so maybe -
Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth #51 Cover Original Art (DC, 1977). Ok, so maybe he's not the last boy on Earth... no, wait, that's a robot named Kamarni. An exciting cover from the later days of this Jack Kirby-created post-apocalypse title. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by Rich Buckler in the lower margin. The DC bullet, logo, and all header info are all stat paste-ups. The word balloon is a hand-lettered paste-up. The art is signed by the artists in the middle right of the image area. The toned cover is in Very Good condition.

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Dick Dillin Amazing World of DC Comics #11 Cover Justice League/Villains Original Art (DC, 1976). The -
Dick Dillin Amazing World of DC Comics #11 Cover Justice League/Villains Original Art (DC, 1976). The Secret Society of Super Villains bad guys are breakin' out on a Fan-tastic cover for this beloved Bronze Age DC Comics prozine. A prozine is like a fanzine, but produced by professionals in the industry and usually published by an established publisher. The pure graphite piece was published uninked, which is very unusual for the time period. The heroes being handed their walking papers are: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, and Green Lantern. The villains in this bar-fight of a cover are: The Joker, Lex Luthor, Ocean Master, Captain Cold, Doctor Light, and Sinestro. Created on 11" x 17" DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 10". Signed in the lower image area. In Excellent condition. A photo of Amazing World of DC Comics #11 is included with our online description, but the book is not included in this lot.

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John Romita Sr. Mighty Marvel Calendar for 1975 July Illustration Captain America and the Falcon Original Art (Mar...
John Romita Sr. Mighty Marvel Calendar for 1975 July Illustration Captain America and the Falcon Original Art (Marvel, 1974). One of the most definitive and iconic images ever drawn of Captain America! After it appeared in this calendar, it was used for many years (both with and without the Falcon figure) on merchandise and licensed items such as toys, posters, T-shirts, stickers, and trading cards. The Cap figure was used for a Pocket Books paperback cover and the pose (possibly redrawn) was also shown on the 7-11 Slurpee cup that came out around that time. A more recognizable image of Captain America is simply not to be had. The art was created in ink on vellum with an image area of 12" x 11". The vellum has been affixed to a same-sized sheet of illustration board. It is toned, with some edge/corner chips and tears; however, the image area is in Very Good condition.

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George McManus Bringing Up Father and Rosie's Beau Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-33 (King...
George McManus Bringing Up Father and Rosie's Beau Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-33 (King Features Syndicate, 1933). Heritage has only offered a few Bringing Up Father Sundays that were older than this one from 1933! It and the topper strip were created with McManus' usual attention to fine-lined detail. From the delicate and lovely features of Rosie in the companion strip, to the background in the antique shop, to that fantastic outfit on Maggie in the bottom two tiers... McManus had an eye for style. Created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a total image area of 16.25" x 21.25". The Rosie logo is a stat paste-up. The bottom right corner has broken off, and is re-attached with tape from the reverse side. Above that, there is also a rip on the edge that has been repaired as well. Overall toning, with a bit of edge/corner wear. In Very Good condition.

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Lee Elias Witches Tales #18 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1953). This cover for weird yarns of unseen -
Lee Elias Witches Tales #18 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1953). This cover for weird yarns of unseen terrors was for the story "Birds of Prey" from this issue. The original art was created in ink over graphite on three interlocking pieces of Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The header and logo stat is on one layer of Bristol, with the main image on another, and a third section added to the bottom edge to extend the image area. The cover is numbered as #10, but it was published as issue #18. All contain original art and some whiteout art corrections, and some glue residue in places. All text on the cover are paste-up stats. Matted out to 16" x 20". Overall in Very Good condition.

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Ed Hannigan and Joe Sinnott Defenders #47 Cover Moon Knight and Wonder Man Original Art (Marvel, 1977). -
Ed Hannigan and Joe Sinnott Defenders #47 Cover Moon Knight and Wonder Man Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Four of Marvel's most interesting B-tier heroes on one cover! Wonder Man, Moon Knight, Hellcat, and Valkyrie! The Defenders was long-touted as Marvel's "non-team", as characters would come and go frequently, but there usually was a core membership, and Hellcat and Valkyrie were part of the team for a very long time. Hellcat (Patsy Walker) has actually appeared on Marvel's Netflix shows Jessica Jones' friend Trish Walker (sans Hellcat attire... but we're hoping). This cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, and all header info are stat paste-ups. There are two missing paste-ups in the lower section (the UPC box and a caption box) leaving glue residue behind. There are minor production oil stains, and also some whiteout art corrections. In Very Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Tim Sale Batman: Dark Victory #2 Original Cover Art (DC, 2000)....
Tim Sale Batman: Dark Victory #2 Original Cover Art (DC, 2000). Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler, lurks in the shadows on this noirish cover from the miniseries by Jeph Loeb and Sale, the acclaimed sequel to their wildly popular Batman: The Long Halloween. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". In Excellent condition.

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Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #67 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993). Kitty Pryde stands in front of -
Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #67 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993). Kitty Pryde stands in front of a downed Sentinel with a smoking hole in its head. It's a tribute to Arnold Schwarzenegger's line in Terminator 2, and it perfectly captures the spirit of the early 90s at Marvel. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight handling wear in the margins. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #54 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). While this may not be the most -
Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #54 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). While this may not be the most dignified image of Captain Britain ever drawn, it's nevertheless impressive for its grandeur and technical proficiency, as only Alan Davis and Mark Farmer can deliver. A popular comic, a fan-favorite character, and a unique portrait make this piece a real conversation starter. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light handling wear, including minor staining in the art area. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben Swamp Thing #50 Page 24 Original Art (DC, 1986). Here is a -
Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben Swamp Thing #50 Page 24 Original Art (DC, 1986). Here is a fantastic page featuring Doctor Fate and Deadman from the celebrated Alan Moore run on Swamp Thing. Issue #50 featured a giant gathering of all of the magical characters in the DC universe, just a couple of years before the Vertigo would be formed. This 50th issue of Swamp Thing was a wrap-up of a storyline that had been building since the beginning of Moore's run on the title. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Top edge irregularly trimmed. Pinholes in right margin. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Cole (as Jake) Stare Gag Illustration Original Art (Humorama, 1969). A pure Cole original gag, signed -
Jack Cole (as Jake) Stare Gag Illustration Original Art (Humorama, 1969). A pure Cole original gag, signed "Jake" as he did for his Men's magazine work, it first appeared in Stare Magazine, and later as the cover to Joker Digest before eventually ending up in Playboy. The original art was created in ink and ink wash over graphite on heavy Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 13". Slight toning on board. Glue residue across top margin. Minor handling wear. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby - "The Red Skull" Pencil Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s)....
Jack Kirby - "The Red Skull" Pencil Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). You might never find a better Red Skull image than this one! It's from the "Roz Kirby's Black Book" sketchbook of the 1970s: when Kirby was in between moments at the drawing table, his wife Roz would hand him a sketchbook and tell him, "Kirby, draw something." The sketchbook was published as Jack Kirby's Heroes & Villains (Pure Imagination, 1987) though in an edition of only 1,000 copies, making it hard to find these days. With all due respect to the men who inked Kirby, there's no substitute for the power of his original pencils. Produced in graphite on paper with an image area of 8" x 10". Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Ron Lim Infinity War Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1992)....
Ron Lim Infinity War Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Created to promote the (then) upcoming comic book Infinity War, which was a sequel to the popular Infinity Gauntlet, this most likely ran as either a house ad or in one of the solicitation catalogs of the era. Marvel's newest movie is titled Avengers: The Infinity War, but will be drawing on the "Gauntlet" story arc for inspiration. This image features the Magus, the evil Doppelganger of Adam Warlock, who was the main protagonist of this follow-up series. This is one of Ron Lim's earliest Infinity War-related pieces of artwork. Created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed and dated in the lower left of the image area. The Marvel logo, "Preview", and Infinity War logo are all modern-day printed paste-ups affixed directly to the art page. Otherwise in Excellent condition.

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Bill Everett Sub-Mariner #55 Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Bill Everett not only wrote but also -
Bill Everett Sub-Mariner #55 Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Bill Everett not only wrote but also penciled and inked this issue of Sub-Mariner as he battles Torg, the Arctic Abomination. Having created the Sub-Mariner in the Golden Age, Everett was still a capable draftsman in the Bronze Age, as this page clearly shows. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Tape residue and light wear in margins. Top edge irregularly trimmed. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Sal Buscema and Klaus Janson The Defenders #39 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Doctor Strange is -
Sal Buscema and Klaus Janson The Defenders #39 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Doctor Strange is in the middle of a bizarre ritual while his many foes (including Dormammu and Nightmare) look on through the veil of mystic sorcery. A splendid page with all of the captions, trade dress, and indicia intact. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Top edge irregularly trimmed. Signed by Buscema in upper and lower margins. Light handling wear. In Excellent condition.

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Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #17 Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1976)....
Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #17 Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1976). This is a fantastic page featuring Swamp Thing in his first series, defeating a many-armed robot. Outstanding action and great images of Swampy. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Brunner and Dick Giordano Dr. Strange #1 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1974). Brunner's -
Frank Brunner and Dick Giordano Dr. Strange #1 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1974). Brunner's autograph surmounts this striking introductory page, which depicts a brooding Dr. Strange, as seen through the ominous window of his private sanctum. The Dr. Strange movie bewitched audiences in 2016, and with good reason: Fantastic source material, typified by this example. Great detailed images of Strange's Cloak of Levitation and the Eye of Agamotto amulet can be seen on this page, crafted in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board, with an image area of 10" x 15". The reverse contains a handwritten note from Brunner to inker Giordano. There are patches of production tape in the margins, some adhesive staining, and a faint toning. The title card is a paste-in stat. Excellent condition. Bid fast, before this page disappears!

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Arthur Adams Aquaman Annual #5 Cover Original Art (DC, 1999)....
Arthur Adams Aquaman Annual #5 Cover Original Art (DC, 1999). From the Annual Crossover Event "JLApe" comes this intricate cover illustration of Aqua-Ape swimming for reinforcements against Admiral Trafalgo and his army of sea-apes. This is material that plays to Adams' strengths as an artist and the results are incredible. (Don't forget that he created Monkeyman and O'Brien in 1993.) Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Production tape in margins. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #189 Page 1 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #189 Page 1 Splash Page Original Art (Marvel, 1982). The Hand, arch-enemies of Daredevil, gather outside of Matt Murdock's brownstone, ready to rain down death and destruction on Daredevil, Black Widow, and Stick and Stone. This is the issue where Stick gives his life to save Daredevil (spoiler alert!), making this moody splash page a grim harbinger of the tragedy to follow. We understand that Miller did layouts for this issue on a separate sheet, and Janson both penciled and inked the page at hand. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Corners trimmed. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
John Byrne Iron Fist #11 Unused Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977). If this had seen print it would have -
John Byrne Iron Fist #11 Unused Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977). If this had seen print it would have been just the third Marvel cover for Byrne. Instead, this powerful image was passed over in favor of a slightly more action-oriented version by Gil Kane. The dialogue as written by Byrne has the Wrecker saying "Give it up, punk. Your kung-fu tricks are all used up," while our hero bemoans, "He's right! Even my Iron Fist is useless against: The Wrecking Crew!" This cover has all the signature touches of Byrne's style during his early Marvel days. An outstanding cover from a legendary comic artist. Produced in graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight moisture rippling across upper third of page. Minor creasing and handling wear in upper third of page and margins. Slight toning. Image area is unaffected. In Excellent Condition.

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11/05/2018
Carmine Infantino and Irv Novick Wonder Woman #176 Unused Cover Original Art (DC, 1968). Two of the -
Carmine Infantino and Irv Novick Wonder Woman #176 Unused Cover Original Art (DC, 1968). Two of the "Threat of the Triple Stars" are playing tug-of-war with Wonder Woman on this fantastic (but unused) fully finished piece. The art is signed by Carmine Infantino in the lower margin. There is an onionskin overlay with intended story title banner, and text for Wonder Woman's word balloon ("Great Hera! --I -I can't break loose!"). All text, logo, and book dressing on this cover are modern day recreation paste-ups. Wonder Woman's word balloon was changed to match her dialog on the printed cover ("Next to these Wonder Men-- I'm not a Wonder Woman!") The story title on the right of the cover is a paste-up on a hinged flap. The art was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is lightly toned. There is a tacky glue residue on top of some of the paste-up. In Very Good condition.

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Jim Starlin, Frank Giacoia, and David Hunt Marvel Premiere #8 Splash Page 1 Doctor Strange Original Art -
Jim Starlin, Frank Giacoia, and David Hunt Marvel Premiere #8 Splash Page 1 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1973). Dr. Strange and his consort, Clea, are under siege in a demonically possessed house. Starlin captures well the spirit of sword-and-sorcery author Robert E. Howard, whose work inspired this story by Golden Age veteran Gardner Fox. Starlin even channels the influence of Dr. Strange's co-creator, Steve Ditko, in such fine touches as the webbings on Clea's hosiery. The Dr. Strange movie was a hit in 2016, mainly for the reason that it derived from such powerful source-material as this grand page. Ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #188 Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #188 Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Klaus Janson worked so closely with Frank Miller on Daredevil and other projects that he was able to draw and ink convincingly in Miller's style, as seen in this page from their storied collaboration on Daredevil. Miller did layouts for this story, with Janson providing the finished art from there. This particular page features Stick and Daredevil communicating telepathically. Miller's turn on the character continues to be influential, as Stick has appeared in the Netflix series Daredevil and The Defenders, played to perfection by Scott Glenn. A great page with tight close ups of both characters. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Corner edge trimmed. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Cockrum Blackhawk #251 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). Cockrum drew only a few covers for the last -
Dave Cockrum Blackhawk #251 Cover Original Art (DC, 1982). Cockrum drew only a few covers for the last four issues of Blackhawk, but they were exceptionally designed to evoke Golden Age artwork and aesthetics, as this phenomenal cover ably demonstrates. Everything from the return to the World War II-era uniforms to the charging pose while bombers fly overhead evokes the classic covers from the Golden Age Quality title, Military Comics, by Al Bryant. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light wear and handling. After the fact, someone has added low-res printed stats of a logo and cover text in an effort to evoke that "Quality Comics" feel. These modern-day additions were affixed directly to the artboard. In Very Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Arthur Adams Monsters Unleashed V2#1 Midtown Comics Exclusive Variant Cover X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Arthur Adams Monsters Unleashed V2#1 Midtown Comics Exclusive Variant Cover X-Men Original Art (Marvel, 2017). The original X-Men size up Gigantus on this monster-riffic variant cover by monster maven Art Adams! Fans of Marvel's 1950s and 1960s monster books will eat this one up! Created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". There is an acetate overlay with reproduction stats for the logo and publishing dressing for the cover. The cover has a rip through the right side margin that starts at the top of the page and runs 9" down the margin. It has been repaired with tape from the reverse side and whiteout from the front. There is also a 2" abrasion on the left side margin. These are easily covered with a mat, if framed. In overall Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Bernie Wrightson Heavy Metal "Freak Show" Page 27 Original Art (Heavy Metal, c. 1982-83). The -
Bernie Wrightson Heavy Metal "Freak Show" Page 27 Original Art (Heavy Metal, c. 1982-83). The serialized and horrific story "Freak Show" was printed in Heavy Metal in 1982-82, and collected into one volume by Image Comics in 2006. The somber and macabre page was crafted in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 13" x 17.5". The toned board has hand-written notations of what text will go in the captions. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #13 Story Page 26 Original Art (DC, 1962). The -
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #13 Story Page 26 Original Art (DC, 1962). The two-thirds page packs a lot of characters into just the last four panels of the story "The Riddle of the Robot Justice League!" Featured are: Speedy, Green Arrow, Jimmy Olsen, Superman, Aquaman, and Snapper Carr. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 12". The empty bottom third of the page was filled in the printed comic with a house ad for Superman, Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane, and Batman. The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Chris Ware - Acme Novelty Library and CUD ad Illustration Original Art (NewCity Newspaper, c. 1995). There -
Chris Ware - Acme Novelty Library and CUD ad Illustration Original Art (NewCity Newspaper, c. 1995). There is a lot going on in this ad, much like any issue of Chris Ware's wildly popular Acme Novelty Library. The main image features little Jimmy Corrigan playing with his superhero friend, whereas the Lawyer-sized print sings the praises (and rightly so) of both the Acme Novelty Library, and Terry Laban's CUD. The bottom section mentions signings at Quimby's and Halley's, two book retailers in Chicago. The art was created in ink over blue pencil on illustration board with an image area of 12" x 16.5". Some of the design text is hand-lettered, whereas the bulk of the text (and the comic covers) are stat paste-ups. This is a great looking ad and a nice piece of art at the same time. Personalized and signed by Ware in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Dan O'Neill - Air Pirates Funnies Commission Sketch Original Art (1982). Mickey's plane is laden with -
Dan O'Neill - Air Pirates Funnies Commission Sketch Original Art (1982). Mickey's plane is laden with illegal contraband as he fires his machine guns at oncoming enemies. O'Neill, one of the youngest of syndicated cartoonists, penned this imaginative dye-marker sketch as a nod to his early involvement with the Air Pirates coalition of the Underground Comix movement. The Air Pirates stirred controversy during the 1960s-70s with their appropriation of Disney characters for un-Disneylike purposes. Produced in felt marker and design markers on lightweight watercolor paper with an image area of 10" x 12". Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Joe Kubert Brave and the Bold #35 Story Page 6 Hawkman and Hawkwoman Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Joe Kubert Brave and the Bold #35 Story Page 6 Hawkman and Hawkwoman Original Art (DC, 1961). The Hawks are winging their way towards the "Menace of the Matter Master!" We even get one of those fun Silver Age science lessons that writer Gardner Fox and editor Julie Schwartz liked to toss into their stories "Editor's Note: Siderites are Iron Meteors!" A great Kubert page with wonderfully moody shadows created twice-up scale in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up page header). There is a missing stripped-in art correction in Panel 1 leaving a small hole in the page where an office window would have been. The lightly toned page is in Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta John Wayne Adventure Comics #7 Story Page 1 Original Art (Toby, 1951). -
Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta John Wayne Adventure Comics #7 Story Page 1 Original Art (Toby, 1951). The Duke's sidekick, Bonanza Bill, has a bounty on his head in the story "An Invitation to Murder!" This first page of the story features a great panel of John Wayne and Bill. Created twice-up scale (much like John Wayne himself) in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". The logo is a stat paste-up. The page is signed and dated by Williamson in the first panel, and then signed in the lower margin as well. There is a paste-up text correction in Panel 2, and some whiteout art/text corrections in a few spots. Overall in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Dick Sprang Batman #66 Cover Recreation Original Art (1985). Dick Sprang re-creates one of his covers from -
Dick Sprang Batman #66 Cover Recreation Original Art (1985). Dick Sprang re-creates one of his covers from the opening of the Silver Age with this totem-topping piece featuring the Dynamic Duo and a giant prop (as was almost required in the late 1940-early 50s). This piece was produced in ink and opaque watercolor on bright white illustration board with an image area of 13" x 18". Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Flattop Jr. Original Art dated 7-15-56 (The Chicago Tribune, -
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Flattop Jr. Original Art dated 7-15-56 (The Chicago Tribune, 1956). The son of Flattop, one of Dick Tracy's most popular and well-known villains is featured in eight panels of this large and handsome Sunday from the mid-1950s. It is a key episode in Flattop Jr.'s story, that leads to him murdering and being haunted by Skinny Skinner. Plus there are several great shots of Tracy. The image area measures 27.5" x 18". The art is in Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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11/05/2018
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales to Astonish #51 Story Page 6 Giant-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales to Astonish #51 Story Page 6 Giant-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Giant-Man has a "Showdown With The Human Top!" on this page. In fact, ol' High-Pockets is in every single panel of this Silver Age classic. The Top may seem to be winning on this page, but Hank Pym will be making him look like a yo-yo by story end. The page was created appropriately enough at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood Weird Science-Fantasy #26 Story Page 1 Atomic Bomb Original Art (EC, 1954). An actual -
Wally Wood Weird Science-Fantasy #26 Story Page 1 Atomic Bomb Original Art (EC, 1954). An actual "Atomic Bomb" page from the mid-50s! Page 1 of the story "Recent Developments" was by legendary comic artist Wally Wood. In fact, it was the only page he worked on in this story, but man did he pack it into that last panel! All that machinery is pure Wood magic. Created twice-up scale in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Some of the text on the page is hand-lettered paste-up with production tape holding them in place. The toned page is in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd Grifter #1 Cover Original Art (Image/Wildstorm, 1995). The cover for -
Barry Windsor-Smith and John Floyd Grifter #1 Cover Original Art (Image/Wildstorm, 1995). The cover for the story "Wildstorm Rising: Chapter 5" featured a fantastic image of the Grifter, who was a member of the Wildstorm Universe's Team 7, and WildC.A.T.s. And with corporate mergers, he is now a part of the DC Universe. The intense art was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil (with just a bit of white paint highlighting) on bright white 11" x 17" Image Bristol board. Signed "BWS Floyd" in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Al Plastino Superman #83 Story Page 9 Lois Lane Original Art (DC, 1953)....
Al Plastino Superman #83 Story Page 9 Lois Lane Original Art (DC, 1953). Lois Lane in a super-costume? She's undercover as actress/stunt woman Greta Gage, and Lois and Clark Kent are on "The Search for the Bravest Woman!" Superman makes the scene for half of this twice-up scale page created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (counting the paste-up stat page header). There was a piece of production tape on Panel 1, leaving a bit of tape residue in its place. The page has pinholes in the corners, and is in Very Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Jim Lee and Art Thibert X-Men #6 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1992)....
Jim Lee and Art Thibert X-Men #6 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Jim Lee and Art Thibert at the height of their popularity on one of the most high profile Marvel comics of the 1990s. An incredible page with great images of Psylocke, Sabertooth, and Wolverine. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Staple holes in upper left corner. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Amazing Spider-Man #39 Splash Page 1 Recreation Green Goblin Original Art -
Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Amazing Spider-Man #39 Splash Page 1 Recreation Green Goblin Original Art (undated). Issue #39 was the issue that John Romita Sr. and Mike Esposito took over Spider-Man's flagship book. They would soon help propel Spider-Man to become Marvel's official mascot character... and make the Green Goblin one of his most feared and hated enemies! This re-creation of the splash page for the story "How Green Was My Goblin!" was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 20.75". Signed as "Mickey Demeo" and "ESPO" in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #276 Page 9 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1991)....
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #276 Page 9 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1991). From the earliest days of Jim Lee's storied career comes this delightful page from the Uncanny X-Men featuring Gambit, Jubilee, and Gladiator. An exciting page with all of the lettering intact on the page. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Production holes in margins. Signed by Jim Lee. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art Flattop and Pruneface dated 12-13-69 (Chicago -
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art Flattop and Pruneface dated 12-13-69 (Chicago Tribune, 1969). From the story line "Apparatus and 2-Finger", this strip features not only 2-Finger, but profiles of several other villains including Flattop, Pruneface, B-B Eyes, Spots, and Posey. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16.5" x 5". The lightly toned board is in Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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S. Clay Wilson - "Captain Bobblesnout" Illustration Original Art and Exhibition Book (2006). -
S. Clay Wilson - "Captain Bobblesnout" Illustration Original Art and Exhibition Book (2006). This piece was submitted by S Clay Wilson for display at the Luz De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, California for a special two-part exhibit held in celebration of the gallery's 25th Anniversary in 2011. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board. Matted and framed to 15" x 12" with an inner mat opening of 10.5" x 8.5". Signed and dated by Wilson. In Excellent condition. Also included is a hardback copy of the La Luz de Jesus exhibition book, where this piece appears on page 269.

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11/05/2018
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott The Silver Surfer #1 Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The Silver Surfer -
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott The Silver Surfer #1 Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The Silver Surfer is attacked by a pair of Yetis in this dynamic page that could only come from John Buscema. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Production holes in margins. Handling wear in the margins and slight toning. Signed by Buscema. In Excellent condition.

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Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella Mystery in Space 84 Story Page 13 Adam Strange Original Art (DC, 1963). -
Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella Mystery in Space 84 Story Page 13 Adam Strange Original Art (DC, 1963). Adam Strange and Alanna face the Dust Devil known as Jakarta (and his "other self") on this page from "the Powerless Weapons of Adam Strange" written by Gardner Fox. It's obvious that editor Julie Schwartz, Fox, and Infantino were having a ball with all the science-fiction they were infusing into the re-birth of the DC Universe in the Silver Age. This wonderful twice-up page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up stat page header). The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Howard the Duck #6 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1976). A fantastic cover from -
Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Howard the Duck #6 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1976). A fantastic cover from artist Gene Colan and his longtime collaborator inker Tom Palmer. Rumors continue to swirl around a Howard the Duck movie with Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, but nothing is confirmed at this time. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Minor handling wear and creasing in margins. Pinholes in one corner. Some paste-up discolored but otherwise intact. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Klaus Janson World's Finest #297 Cover Original Art (DC, 1983). What a treat to see Colan -
Gene Colan and Klaus Janson World's Finest #297 Cover Original Art (DC, 1983). What a treat to see Colan drawing Superman! And we always liked his rendition of Batman as well. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light wear. A 1.25" abrasion visible on the right margin that encroaches on printed cover guideline. Slight toning. Production tape in margins. Signed by Colan. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
George Pérez The Perez Archives Wraparound Cover Original Art (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001)....
George Pérez The Perez Archives Wraparound Cover Original Art (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001). Created as a fund-raiser for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, this volume sports a cover that features many of the characters Pérez has drawn in his long and storied career in comics. We count 133 character heads on this piece of art... and we may have missed one or two! A staggering example of this artist's attention to detail. The original art was created in eight columns of art rendered in ink on 17" x 11" standard Bristol board. It is signed and dated in the lower right of that board. After the fact, someone has affixed this board to a slightly larger board, and added paste-up black and white low-res photocopies of the art sections that appear on the final cover design (i.e. all of the space and planets). In addition, there are printed and paste-up letters for the book title on top of those. There is tacky glue residue on the artwork from these paste-ups. In Very Good condition.

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Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton Unity #1 Story Page 1 Enhanced Original Art (Valiant, 1992/2000s). From -
Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton Unity #1 Story Page 1 Enhanced Original Art (Valiant, 1992/2000s). From Chapter 18 (the last Chapter) of Valiant's famed Unity cross-over story arc, this issue starts with Erica Pierce getting tossed around by Solar (off panel). Early Valiant comics are still beloved and highly-sought by collectors, especially the Pre-Unity and Unity stories. As stunning as the original Windsor-Smith/Layton page was to begin with, sometime in the 2000s Barry Windsor-Smith returned to this page to add some more inking embellishments. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white 10.75" x 17" Bristol board. Signed "BWS" in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Al Milgrom and Klaus Janson Marvel Preview #51 Cover Black Panther Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
Al Milgrom and Klaus Janson Marvel Preview #51 Cover Black Panther Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Black Panther's movie is still smashing it in the theaters at the time of this writing, so interest in Marvel's first black superhero is quite high. This is a great cover featuring T'Challa stalking the concrete jungle. The image was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The art is signed by Milgrom and Janson in the image area, and then by Milgrom again in the lower margin. Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter signed in the sign-off box in the top margin. All corner box, price/issue box, logos and book title, header strip, circle caption, and "Deathquest!" are reproduction stat paste-ups. The "Deathquest!" stat is affixed to an acetate overlay. All other reproduction stats are affixed directly to the artwork. In Very Good condition.

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Ernie Chan The Savage Sword of Conan #21 Inside Front Cover Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Here -
Ernie Chan The Savage Sword of Conan #21 Inside Front Cover Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Here is an incredible, eye-popping illustration from one of Marvel's great stable of Conan artists! Ernie Chan started his career by closely following Buscema's work in the early issues of Savage Sword of Conan, and this incredible image is full of Buscema-esque touches, from the anatomy and posing of Conan to the women's faces and hair. Produced in ink and Conte crayon over graphite on Illustration board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight wear. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito Star Spangled War Stories #103 Story Page 9 G.I. Robot Original Art (DC, 1962)....
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito Star Spangled War Stories #103 Story Page 9 G.I. Robot Original Art (DC, 1962). A great shot of Joe the G.I. Robot fills Panel 1 in only his third appearance. This page has the scene that inspired the cover image. Of note: 1) This is the second-earliest known "War That Time Forgot" page, 2) This and the previously sold Page 8 are the only twice-up scale pages from this series we have ever seen, and 3) this issue was also the very first use of the phrase "Dinosaur Island". The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.25" x 19" (including the paste-up stat header). There is a small rip in the paste-up page header; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #44 Story Page 6 Medusa Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #44 Story Page 6 Medusa Original Art (Marvel, 1965). The Fantastic Four was more than just Marvel's flagship title, it was also where much of the Marvel Universe was introduced and the foundation for that universe was built. It was a peak-period with incredible collaboration between Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. This issue began to untangle the mystery of Queen Medusa of the Inhumans. The Kree equivalent to Mutants have played a big part in TV's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and even had one season of their own show, which featured Medusa. This page features the entire FF team and "Madam Medusa" (who was then a member of the Frightful Four). The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is a crease across the top most margin. In Excellent condition.

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Alan Lee Castles Illustration Original Art (1984)....
Alan Lee Castles Illustration Original Art (1984). This gorgeous painting by Lord of the Rings artist Alan Lee features a hooded rider that looks suspiciously like Strider. Painted many years before his reputation was cemented as the pre-eminent Tolkien artist. Produced in watercolor on heavy paper. Matted and framed out to 23" x 16" with an inner mat opening of 16" x 11". Signed and dated by Lee in pencil. In Excellent condition.

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Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #277 Story Page 23 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1991)....
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #277 Story Page 23 Original Art Panel Page (Marvel, 1991). The last page of Jim Lee's last issue on his straight run on this title. Stevie Hunter (Kitty Pryde's dance teacher) walks home in the rain when she is surprised by Colossus, himself possessed by the Shadow King. A suitable cliffhanger for any X-Men comic, made all the more dramatic by Jim Lee and Scott Williams. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Production holes in margins. Slight toning. Signed by Lee and Williams. In Excellent condition.

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S. Clay Wilson "Ruby the Dyke" Illustration Original Art (1992) This is a small commission piece -
S. Clay Wilson "Ruby the Dyke" Illustration Original Art (1992) This is a small commission piece by Wilson drawn for a fan in the early 1990s. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 5" x 7". Includes the mailing envelope and letter from Wilson and a COA. Personalized and signed by Wilson. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and John Romita Sr. (attributed) Giant-Size Doctor Strange #1 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1975). -
Gil Kane and John Romita Sr. (attributed) Giant-Size Doctor Strange #1 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1975). The beloved Giant-Size comics were a treasure trove to anyone growing up in the 1970s that collected comics. Here, an unflappable Sorcerer Supreme calmly regards a horde of hoary horrors. It's signed by Kane, though it certainly appears that Romita had a hand in the cover as well. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Some discoloration around trade dress paste-up. Title paste-up in lower right corner is missing. Signed by Gil Kane. In Excellent condition.

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Mark Beachum and Bob Wiacek Amazing Spider-Man Annual #20 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Arno -
Mark Beachum and Bob Wiacek Amazing Spider-Man Annual #20 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Arno Stark, the Iron Man of 2020, does a little time traveling in this Amazing Spider-Man Annual from 1986. Incredible eye appeal. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Page is moderately toned. Top edge irregularly trimmed and missing half of upper right margin. Paste-up is warped and buckled. In Very Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Frank Miller and Klaus Jansen Daredevil #181 Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Jansen Daredevil #181 Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Here is a fantastic page from one of the most famous comic books of the Bronze Age; Daredevil #181, the issue of Daredevil wherein Bullseye kills Elektra. Beautifully illustrated by Frank Miller and his longtime collaborator Klaus Janson at the height of their run on the series. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Corners trimmed. Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Fantastic Four #42 Story Page 3 Human Torch and Invisible Girl Original Art (Marvel,...
Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta Fantastic Four #42 Story Page 3 Human Torch and Invisible Girl Original Art (Marvel, 1965). The Storm siblings, Johnny and Sue, are featured on this page, and we get an actual "Flame On!" in Panel 3. It's a Stan Lee penned adventure thriller that asks the question "To Save You, Why Must I Kill You?" Melodrama with super-powers. The page was masterfully created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is a bit of whiteout text correction, and a small ding in the marginal bottom left corner; however, the page is in Excellent condition.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-1-53 (Chicago Tribune, 1953). Odds Zonn -
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-1-53 (Chicago Tribune, 1953). Odds Zonn should know that the chance of any criminal successfully "getting rid" of Dick Tracy is nothing but a long shot. If an inventive Dick Tracy episode from the fifties is what you crave, then this lot is a sure winner. The image area of this Sunday is approximately 27" x 17.5". Each ink over graphite on Bristol board panel has been affixed to a support board, as was typical of the time; otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition, with overall toning and some glue residue. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Barry Windsor-Smith, Bob Layton, and Paul Autio Unity #0 Story Page 16 Original Art (Valiant, 1992). Early -
Barry Windsor-Smith, Bob Layton, and Paul Autio Unity #0 Story Page 16 Original Art (Valiant, 1992). Early Valiant comics are still beloved and highly-sought by collectors, especially the Pre-Unity and Unity stories. So we expect interest in this, the last page from Chapter One, to really excite some fans! This was the issue that kicked off the cross-title story arc that tied all of Valiant's various books together. In just that first panel, you can see Solar, Eternal Warrior, Geoff the Geomancer, Archer & Armstrong, Magnus, Rai, Faith of the Harbingers, X-O Manowar, and even future Eternal Warrior of 4001. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There are some slight discolorations where word balloons paste-ups were previously affixed, all are missing now. Signed "BWS" in the image area. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Ron Wilson and Frank Giacoia Man-Thing #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1974). Whatever knows fear, burns at -
Ron Wilson and Frank Giacoia Man-Thing #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1974). Whatever knows fear, burns at the touch of... this wonderful piece of Bronze Age Marvel artwork featuring Marvel's answer to Swamp Thing. A great image with the usual bombastic Marvel verbiage in the trade dress. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light handling wear. Missing one paste-up word balloon. Otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod Spider-Man: Redemption #3 Cover Ben Reilly Original Art (Marvel, 1996). The cover -
Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod Spider-Man: Redemption #3 Cover Ben Reilly Original Art (Marvel, 1996). The cover for "Chapter Three: Chains" features Ben Reilly in the Spider-costume. Ben is (depending on which way you believe) either the clone of Peter Parker, or the actual Peter Parker from the original Clone story from Amazing Spider-Man #149. This cover was created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 15.25". A separate secondary board features the looming figure of Spider-Man. An acetate overlay was added to the main cover with reproductions of the Spider-Man figure and the logo/Marvel header info. The main board is signed by Zeck and McLeod in the lower margin. In addition, there is a third component, an unused acetate overlay photocopied from the "Board B" image. The two original art pieces are in Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 2 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). Projunior and -
Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 2 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). Projunior and Honeybunch Kaminski go for a walk and bump into Mr. Man. A classic story of "the man" trying to take advantage of the youth of America, as viewed by the eye of R. Crumb. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 11". This is Crumb at a peak period for both himself and Underground Comix in general. In Excellent condition.

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Ross Andru and Mike Esposito Arrgh! #6 Unpublished Cover Original Art and Color Guide (Marvel, 1975).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito Arrgh! #6 Unpublished Cover Original Art and Color Guide (Marvel, 1975). This would have been the only cover for this title by the amazing team of Andru and Esposito. The series ended with issue #5, so that is sure to make you go Arrgh! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by both artists in the lower left of the image area. There is a stat with the issue number, Marvel banner, and logo affixed to the art board that seems to be the original stat. After the fact, someone has added low-res printed paste-ups of the sound effects and word balloon affixed directly to the artboard. There is a stain in the lower left of the original art, rips (mended with tape on the back) on the right and bottom, a small marginal rip on the left side, creases and soiling in the lower right. The cover is in Good condition. Comes with the original hand-painted color guide (in Excellent condition).

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Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 5 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). It's an -
Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 5 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). It's an exciting (and adult) ending to this tale of Projunior and his efforts to help the working class (although most of the story was about Honeybunch Kaminski). Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 11". This is Crumb at a peak period for both himself and Underground Comix in general. In Excellent condition.

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Will Eisner The Spirit #29 Cover Original Art (Kitchen Sink Press, 1987). Ellen Dolan is giving the -
Will Eisner The Spirit #29 Cover Original Art (Kitchen Sink Press, 1987). Ellen Dolan is giving the squink-eye to the Spirit on this original cover created for a reprint issue containing the story from the 4-11-48 newspaper Spirit section. The master draftsman signed his work in the lower right of the image area. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". The main image area is lightly sunstruck from a previous framing. After the fact, someone has added a printed replacement logo and header affixed directly to the art page. In Very Good condition.

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Lee Bermejo Resident Evil: Fire and Ice #1-4 Cover Original Art (DC/Wildstorm, 2000-01). All four covers -
Lee Bermejo Resident Evil: Fire and Ice #1-4 Cover Original Art (DC/Wildstorm, 2000-01). All four covers for this mini-series join together to form a single quadtych image! Lee Bermejo's brilliantly detailed art makes for fascinating images for this video-game inspired series. The covers were created in ink over graphite on four separate DC Bristol boards with an image area of approximately 10" x 15.75" each. The boards have been slightly trimmed, and were all conjoined with production tape at one point. Now issues #1 and 2 are joined, and #3 and 4 are joined. All of the covers are signed by Bermejo in the top margin. After the fact, someone created low-res reproductions of the Wildstorm corner box, logo, and credits box, and affixed these directly to the art board. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta - Sketchbook Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s). Three sides of Frank Frazetta all on one -
Frank Frazetta - Sketchbook Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s). Three sides of Frank Frazetta all on one page! The Roman Centurion has a bit of Frazetta's goofy, comical art style that served him well when he assisted Al Capp on Li'l Abner. The top right headshot shows his slick 1940-50s era glam artwork. It maybe just a head shot, but it's got that va-va-voom to it! Lastly, the bottom right is more in line with his classical beauty work... elegant, delicate, and simply lovely. This page is a Frazetta treasure-trove sure to be the prize of someone's collection soon! Created in ink on 8" x 10" paper. The page is toned with slightly chipped edges. Signed in the lower right. In Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 4 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). We get to see -
Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 4 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). We get to see Honeybunch Kaminski's powerful thighs in action on this page, as she easily puts Mr. Man in his place! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 11". This is Crumb at a peak period for both himself and Underground Comix in general. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Avengers Annual #23 Hercules Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1994). Typhon lays into Hercules on -
John Buscema Avengers Annual #23 Hercules Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1994). Typhon lays into Hercules on this cover that also features Captain America, Crystal, Giant-Man, and Thunderstrike in the background. As bold and dynamic a cover as you would expect from long-time comic veteran John Buscema! Dramatically drawn in powerful pencils with incredible inks, this piece has an image area of 9.75" x 10" on the bright white Marvel Bristol board. The corner box and logo are the original stat paste-ups. The additional lower caption box is a recreation replacement on an acetate overlay. There has been some restoration work done, which includes some stain removal on the lower left (although some is still there), and the addition of whiteout on the middle right to cover a stain on that side. In Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 3 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). Honeybunch has -
Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #4 Story Page 3 Projunior Original Art (Print Mint, Inc., 1970). Honeybunch has been taken back to the "studio" of Mr. Man, leaving Projunior to fend for himself on the streets. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 11". This is Crumb at a peak period for both himself and Underground Comix in general. In Excellent condition.

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Colin MacNeil Conan the Barbarian #275 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993)....
Colin MacNeil Conan the Barbarian #275 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993). The cover for the very last issue of Conan's long-running series was titled "The End!" The usually fierce barbarian-turned-King looks rather sad about this. A wonderful piece of art created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by MacNeil in the lower right of the image area. The final cover was actually painted from this piece. This is the black and white line art. After the fact, someone has added low-res printed paste-ups of the corner box, logo, and title, affixed directly to the art page. In Very Good condition.

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John Byrne Wonder Woman V2#116 Cover Original Art (DC, 1996). Champion is on ice for this cool cover by -
John Byrne Wonder Woman V2#116 Cover Original Art (DC, 1996). Champion is on ice for this cool cover by John Byrne created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The art is signed "Byrrrrne 96" because that John Byrne is a funny guy. An acetate overlay has been added that has modern day recreations of the DC bullet, issue number, logo, etc. The cover is in Excellent condition.

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Ernie Colón Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld #1 Cover Original Art (DC, 1983). A bold and striking -
Ernie Colón Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld #1 Cover Original Art (DC, 1983). A bold and striking image of Amethyst in the foreground with a huge face of the evil Dark Opal in the background. When printed, DC used a color-hold on the background to make it all light blue. The result was that the full-color image of Amethyst really popped off the page at the reader! Opal's left eye (on the right side of the page) is a stat of his right eye, and Amethyst's flowing hair is an original art paste-up. The original art was created in ink over graphite on 11" x 16.75" Bristol board, and is signed on the lower left of the image area above the UPC box. After the fact, someone has added a section of board to the top and affixed a low-res reproduction of the DC bullet, logo, and all header dressing, directly affixed to the toned artboard. In Very Good condition.

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Jim Lee Batman: Hush #1 Hardcover Collection Cover Element Illustration Superman, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, and Cat...
Jim Lee Batman: Hush #1 Hardcover Collection Cover Element Illustration Superman, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, and Catwoman Original Art (DC, 2003). Delicate and deadly, this collection of characters shows some of the challenges Batman faced in this series that revitalized the Caped Crusader's fan-base. Included are a mind-controlled Superman, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, and Catwoman. The piece ran in the background behind a figure of Batman. It was created in ink, grey tone watercolor, and white paint over graphite on 11" x 17" Bristol board with an image area of 3.75" x 17". In Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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Basil Wolverton Foop Goop Frolics "Keller Smeller" Fanzine Illustration Original Art (Glen Bray, -
Basil Wolverton Foop Goop Frolics "Keller Smeller" Fanzine Illustration Original Art (Glen Bray, 1971). Few comic artists' work is as instantly recognizable as Basil Wolverton's. His comical, and grotesque caricatures were a refreshing change from the formulas that others have adhered to. Robert Crumb was almost certainly influenced by Wolverton. BW's outrageous and monstrous portraits, often called his "Uglies", are regarded by most to be his definitive work. In print, this piece was captioned "Keller Smeller, owner of the world's largest nose, claims that his family will always have a home -- unless he sneezes." A perfect pairing of both his twisted wit, and his hyper-detailed hatching and cross-hatching technique that gives depth to the image. "Keller Smeller" also appeared in the hardcover collection The Original Art of Basil Wolverton. The ink over graphite art is on Bristol board, and glass front framed to 19.25" x 17", with a mat opening of 14" x 11.5". Signed in the image area, and in Excellent condition.

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Moebius (Jean Giraud) Moebius #5 "The Gardens of Aedena" Unused Page 42 Original Art (Marvel/Epic, 1988)....
Moebius (Jean Giraud) Moebius #5 "The Gardens of Aedena" Unused Page 42 Original Art (Marvel/Epic, 1988). This story was the first time that a Moebius story was published in the US before it was published in France. Ironic, since the genesis for this story was a commission from French automobile manufacturer Citroën who asked Moebius to create a four-page promotional story aimed at their sales force. From that grew the epic "Les Jardins d'Edena [The Gardens of Edena]". This unused page was numbered as Page 42 in the lower right. It seems to cover a slightly different sequence of events chronicled on Pages 42-44 in the published work and gives us a glimpse of what happened to Atana (in the published piece, Stel is knocked through a wall and we never see the monster get Atana). One of Moebius' more trippy stories... and that's saying a lot considering his prolific and surreal output. This lovely page is mostly-finished. Crafted in ink over graphite and blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 14". The last panel is an unfinished/uninked pencil rough. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby History of the DC Universe Hardcover Edition Darkseid and New Gods Illustration Original Art and Color ... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Jack Kirby History of the DC Universe Hardcover Edition Darkseid and New Gods Illustration Original Art and Color Production Art Group of 2 (DC, 1988). One of the last published original art pieces by Jack Kirby to feature characters from his epic Fourth World Saga, which pitted the forces of Darkseid's Apokolips against the teeming life of the New Gods of New Genesis. Arrayed around the dark god are Lightray, Beautiful Dreamer (of the Forever People), Darkseid's son Orion, Mister Miracle, and even Darkseid's other son Kalibak. Kirby's pencils are on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In the bottom margin there is a hand-written note from Steve Rude (who would ink the final work) to Kirby that reads "You're the greatest, Jack -- Steve Rude". There is a very minor crease in the top section. Also included is the color production art created by Steve Oliff. This was produced by printing the Kirby/Rude line art in blue line on illustration board where Oliff hand-painted the piece in opaque watercolor. Then an acetate overlay of the printed black line art was placed over the original art colors. Both of these are in Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta - Nude Sketch Illustrations Original Art (c. 1960s). A naked female, some jungle cats, nude -
Frank Frazetta - Nude Sketch Illustrations Original Art (c. 1960s). A naked female, some jungle cats, nude men, and maybe even an elf or two... this sketch/practice page has a lot of great stuff on it! A total of 19 different figures. All in ink (the female is ink over graphite) on the 14" x 14" Bristol board. Beautiful and sometimes whimsical, this piece is lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Joe Shuster - Superman Sketch Original Art (undated). A profile of the Man of Steel, drawn by one of his -
Joe Shuster - Superman Sketch Original Art (undated). A profile of the Man of Steel, drawn by one of his co-creators, Joseph Shuster. The work seems to have been created with a rust colored crayon on 9" x 12" paper. The paper has toned to a manilla color. Personalized and signed in the lower image area. There are minor wrinkles and edge wear. In Very Good condition.

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Trevor Goring Watchmen Movie Storyboards Original Art Group of 5 (Warner Brothers, 2009). Much larger than -
Trevor Goring Watchmen Movie Storyboards Original Art Group of 5 (Warner Brothers, 2009). Much larger than typical storyboard images, each of these is a striking scene in its own right. A bold start with three images inspired by Issue #1... the Comedian about to be defenestrated, inspired by a panel from Page 3. Following that we see Rorschach entering the Comedian's apartment via the window inspired by Page 6, and then searching the closet from Page 7. The other two also feature Rorschach, one perched on a building corner, the other sneaking up behind a cop. Trevor Goring is a prolific storyboard artist who has since provided the comic book art for the first episode of the TV series Numb3rs, and produced storyboard art for the movies X-Men 2, Thor: Dark World, Fantastic Four, The Green Hornet, Cabin in the Woods, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. He is credited as an illustrator for the Art Department on Watchmen, when he produced these pieces. These are powerful pieces in pure graphite on onionskin paper with an image area of 16.5" x 7" each. Each one is signed by Goring in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Joe Shuster - Superman Illustration Original Art (c. 1940-50s). Extra! Extra! Read all about one of the -
Joe Shuster - Superman Illustration Original Art (c. 1940-50s). Extra! Extra! Read all about one of the best Joe Shuster Superman illustrations we have ever come across! A dynamic image, featuring the Man of Tomorrow in that familiar "leaping tall building in a single bound" pose, while delivering newspapers. It is unknown if this was produced for a promotional purpose or just for the sheer joy of it. Pure graphite on an oversized sheet of thick stock Bristol board, it measures 15" x 22". Signed in the image area. The board has discoloration and light stains at the edges, with an indentation on the reverse side that is visible from the front (in the lower right corner). In Very Good condition.

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Herb Trimpe Big Little Book #5782-2 "The Incredible Hulk: Lost In Time" Cover Painting and -
Herb Trimpe Big Little Book #5782-2 "The Incredible Hulk: Lost In Time" Cover Painting and Complete 119 Interior Illustrations Original Art, with Production Stat Cover Layout, and Original Script Group (Whitman, 1980). The pocket-sized Big Little Books delivered great stories and images for young readers in a compact package! The ink and watercolor cover alone gives you the Hulk, a T-Rex, and a damsel-in-distress! The 6.75" x 8" image area of the illustration board also includes the original art for the Hulk's portrait which appears on the book's spine. The 248 page text story included 119 spot illustrations also by Hulk-master Herb Trimpe. The ink over graphite images each have an image area of 5.25" x 6.5" on Bristol board measuring 6.25" x 7.5". The group includes three bonus items: The original typed script by writer Don Glut (with editorial mark-ups), the production stat layout of the front and back cover, and a copy of the printed book itself. After the fact, someone attempted to recreate the production layout that might have been used to produce this book. That includes pasting low-res copies of all interior text and pasting the original artwork directly to a larger Bristol board (13" x 17.5") in a 4-up layout. (i.e. four book pages per Bristol board) It is not known if these can be safely removed from these boards. Overall everything is in Very Good condition.

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Frank Frazetta - Nude Female with Three Imps Illustration Original Art (undated). A whimsical piece with a -
Frank Frazetta - Nude Female with Three Imps Illustration Original Art (undated). A whimsical piece with a startled young woman and three stooge-like imps. The piece was created in ink and is signed with Frazetta's characteristic mark in the top right of the 6.25" x 7.5" matted image area. It has been UV glass front framed out to 14.75" x 15.75". In Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-11-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934)....
Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-11-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934). An exciting aerial "dogfight" results in Secret Agent X-9 gunning down his opponent "The Mask," who jumps from his doomed aircraft, in this superb daily from 1934. It's another winner from the hand of "artist's artist" Alex Raymond, drawn in ink over graphite with blue pencil highlights on Bristol board. The image area measures approximately 24.75" x 5.5". The board has some handling wear, toning, and the bottom border is closely trimmed. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Art Spiegelman The New Yorker 5-11-98 Cover Preliminary Original Art Group of 2 (Condé Nast, 1998). -
Art Spiegelman The New Yorker 5-11-98 Cover Preliminary Original Art Group of 2 (Condé Nast, 1998). A tender and touching commentary on how the roles of women have changed, and yet stay the same. It's a powerful piece in is sublime simplicity. Included in the group are two of his prelims, the first on the far right is the rough concept piece in bold black ink on top of the multicolor pencil build-up he uses to construct his images. The one of the far left is a more detailed piece created just before a fully painted version would be attempted. This piece is crafted in blue, black, and red pencils. Both pieces are signed and dated in the 11" x 15" image areas. They are handsomely matted with a tearsheet of the printed cover between them, then Plexiglas front framed out to 37" x 21". In Excellent condition.

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Robert Crumb Big Ass Comics #2 Story Page 3 Eggs Ackley Original Art (Rip Off Press, 1971). Our poor hero -
Robert Crumb Big Ass Comics #2 Story Page 3 Eggs Ackley Original Art (Rip Off Press, 1971). Our poor hero Eggs gets bounced around mercilessly by the Demon Vulturesses, in this lively third story page from "Eggs Escapes." Crumb loves to draw women with "big fine legs" and ample posteriors, and he sure had a field day here! The art is in ink over graphite on sketchbook paper, with an approximate image size of 8" x 12". It has been UV glass front framed out to 14" x 18". Excellent condition with very minor handling wear.

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Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-11 (McNaught Syndicate, c. -
Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-11 (McNaught Syndicate, c. early-1950s). Frank Frazetta was a living legend among comic book, comic strip, and illustration fans, and his celebrated mastery of pen and ink is showcased in this thrilling Johnny Comet daily. Note the fine detail and graphic excellence of these portraits of the young Johnny, who bears more than a passing resemblance to Frazetta himself. This ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board daily, which is signed in the first panel, has an image area that measures approximately 16.75" x 4.5", and the art is in Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #76 Cover Production Stat (DC, 1970). This production stat was -
Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow #76 Cover Production Stat (DC, 1970). This production stat was created so that the entire image could be reduced in size a bit, to allow the figure of Green Arrow to be repositioned slightly. This is the actual mechanical cover stat used in the production of this historic key issue. The cover that many collectors feel kicked off DC's Bronze Age for sure! It was the beginning of the "Hard Traveling Heroes" story arc that paired an out-of-touch Green Lantern with a socially conscious Green Arrow. Neal Adams' artwork was perfect for conveying the action and realism required to draw in the reader, and this instantly became an iconic cover image for the entire era. The perfect visual component to writer Denny O'Neil's unflinching look beyond the norms of conventional superhero comics, into the subjects of racism, inequality, pollution, and corporate greed. On this stat, once Green Arrow was repositioned, someone (likely a production staffer) continued the lines from the lantern out with a straight-edge. Also a very small portion of the exploding lantern was created at that point (on the right side) to complete the image. Likewise, the flames of the logo stat were extended a bit in ink. There is a stain in the upper right of the 10" x 15" image area, and some production tape and glue residue used to affix the various stat elements (art, logo, text), with a couple of elements missing. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb R. Crumb and His Cheap Suit Serenaders Party Record Back Cover Original Art (Red Goose -
Robert Crumb R. Crumb and His Cheap Suit Serenaders Party Record Back Cover Original Art (Red Goose Records, 1978). R. Crumb's hysterical and irreverent "Party Record" was a 12" vinyl 78 rpm that featured two songs. This back cover art lists the A-side's "My Girl's Pussy", complete with singing cat artwork, and the B-side "Christopher Columbus" with sailing ship art. The hand-drawn lettering and logos are surrounded by a ring of Jazz Age dancers and musicians. The art was created in ink with white paint highlights, and with Pantone color film sections for the background colors. Some of these color films have shrunken just a tad over the years, creating small gaps at the edges. The piece is handsomely glass front framed to 15.5" x 15.5", with a matted image area of 10.5" x 10.5". Signed and dated by Crumb in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Carl Barks Dude Ranch Do-Si-Do Illustration Donald Duck and Daisy Duck Original Art (1997). It's a hoedown -
Carl Barks Dude Ranch Do-Si-Do Illustration Donald Duck and Daisy Duck Original Art (1997). It's a hoedown at the WD Dude Ranch, in this delightful illustration. The piece is noted by Barks scholars as CB PEN 33, and is rendered in graphite and color pencils on paper or board. The art has an approximate matted image area of 12.75" x 9.75", and Plexiglas front framed to 21.5" x 18.5". Signed in the image area. Excellent condition.

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Phil Hale - Lucca Comics & Games Festival Painting Original Art (2009). A captivating and surreal -
Phil Hale - Lucca Comics & Games Festival Painting Original Art (2009). A captivating and surreal piece that was used as the main image on all posters and adds for the 4th Annual Lucca Comics and Games Festival in 2009. Open to much interpretation and many conversations, this thought-provoking piece was created in oil on a huge 24" x 48" pressboard panel. It is open-front framed out to 26" x 50". In Excellent condition.

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Jeffrey Jones Taboo #5 Cover "Bogman" Painting Original Art (SpiderBaby Grafix/Tundra, 1991). -
Jeffrey Jones Taboo #5 Cover "Bogman" Painting Original Art (SpiderBaby Grafix/Tundra, 1991). Every issue of Taboo was simply stuffed with amazing post-modern art by artists set to take the comic industry by the lapels and slap it around a bit. Some of those were actually established old-hands in the industry by that time already. Notably, Jeffrey Catherine Jones, who had been a member of "The Studio" in the 1970s. This work is both haunting and has a creeping sadness to it. Produced in oil on 18" x 24" stretched canvas that is open-front framed out to 20" x 26.25". Signed in the lower left of the image area with his mark. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Frazetta - Two Nude Women Illustration Original Art (undated). A master of the art form shows his -
Frank Frazetta - Two Nude Women Illustration Original Art (undated). A master of the art form shows his mastery of the female form in these two images, a front and a back. And what fine examples they are of each! Aside from just the prurient interests, be sure to check out the sheen of the blonde's hair and the subtleties of shadow in the brunette's face. There is a reason Frazetta was known for his drawings of beautiful women. Amazing stuff, in pure graphite on paper with a matted image area of 10" x 7.5". Signed in the image area. The paper has been creased and wrinkled. Handsomely UV glass front framed out to 21" x 18". In Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders "Blue Goose" Record Label Illustration -
Robert Crumb R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders "Blue Goose" Record Label Illustration Original Art (Blue Goose Records, 1974). This very limited test/promo version of the group's first LP has the master's personal handiwork adorning the otherwise plain white labels, a hand-drawn image of the label's namesake in its very own "cheap suit". Fourteen great tracks include "Laughing Rag", "Little Rascals Medley", "Cuckoo Waltz", and "Cheap Suit Special". The record is a nice EX 7 in record grading terms, but the value here is the vintage Crumb image that combines two of his passions... cartooning and 1920s era music. The art was created in blue ink on the 4" diameter blank white label of the "B" side. It's in Excellent condition. So you won't be tempted to play the valuable version, we're including a very nice promo/dj copy of the commercial version of the album as well, in EX 7 (cover)/NM 8 (disc).

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Yoshitaka Amano Elektra and Wolverine: The Redeemer Promotional Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2002)....
Yoshitaka Amano Elektra and Wolverine: The Redeemer Promotional Painting Original Art (Marvel, 2002). This is the very first Elektra painting by famed Japanese illustrator and painter Yoshitaka Amano. It has only appeared in print as a promotional image in solicitation catalogs for Marvel's three-part Elektra and Wolverine: The Redeemer mini-series. The series was a prose story with spot illustrations by Amano, who is well-known to fans of his Sandman: The Dream Hunters graphic novel with Neil Gaiman, and also to fans of his anime Vampire Hunter D work, and his video game art for Final Fantasy by Square Enix. Amano rarely lets his original art out of his hands, so this is a big deal. This piece was previously sold at a benefit auction held by ACTOR (A Commitment To Our Roots, now known as The Hero Initiative). The graphite and watercolor piece has been glass front framed to 20.5" x 28.75", and is signed and dated 2001 in the 15.25" x 23.5" image area. In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Frank Frazetta Women of the Ages Portfolio Plate 4 Illustration Original Art (Middle Earth Inc., 1977). A -
Frank Frazetta Women of the Ages Portfolio Plate 4 Illustration Original Art (Middle Earth Inc., 1977). A school of aquatic beauties clings to a swimming man on this piece that showcases Frazetta's majestic mastery of the human form. Rendered in ink over graphite with a matted image area of 12.5" x 18". Signed and dated in the image area, and glass front framed to 19.5" x 25". In Excellent condition.

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Rudolph Dirks The Captain and the Kids Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-11-15 (Pulitzer, 1915). By -
Rudolph Dirks The Captain and the Kids Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-11-15 (Pulitzer, 1915). By a wide margin, the oldest The Captain and the Kids Sunday strip that we have ever seen! In 1912, a legal battle over the strip caused Katzenjammer Kids creator Rudolph Dirks to leave the Hearst Newspaper Syndicate, and he was allowed to create an almost identical strip featuring those chronic troublemakers, Hans & Fritz. Broad slapstick in the classic tradition, from one of the original inventors of the comics' visual and verbal grammar. This strip, done in ink over graphite on Bristol board, has been partially tinted in watercolor (post-publication). The image area is 21.5" x 22". Overall toning, major corner and edge wear, with a 3.5" tear in the top margin and into Panel 2. A 2.5" piece of the top left corner is missing, there is marginal staining, and a few pinholes. Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Frank Frazetta Devil Rider Preliminary Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). This color prelim features -
Frank Frazetta Devil Rider Preliminary Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). This color prelim features much of the final art image almost unchanged. Only the female on the bike is different, and we like this one just fine! Crafted in graphite and watercolor, the piece shows how Frazetta worked out layout and color placement before turning to a larger painted version of this image. The final painted version served as the cover for the 1970 paperback novel High Side by Max Erlich. (Heritage sold that painting in 2008 for $41,825.00.) This work is signed by Frazetta in the upper left corner of the 7.25" x 8" matted image area. It is then UV glass front framed out to 18" x 18.75". In Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-23-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935)....
Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-23-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). Agent X-9 is closing in on the Fixer and his gang in this exquisitely drawn daily, by the great Alex Raymond (1909-1956). Written by Dashiell Hammett, Secret Agent X-9 was one of three strips being produced by Mr. Raymond in the 1930s (the other two being Jungle Jim and Flash Gordon, appearing in Sunday papers), plus earlier stints assisting on Tim Tyler's Luck and Blondie. That all adds up to one busy artist, but he never gave less than his very best on everything he did. This example is in ink over light graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 24.75" x 5.5", matted to an overall size of 31.5" x 12.5". Old Zipatone shading film has fallen off, leaving glue stains behind, and the board has handling wear and overall toning. Good condition.

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Robert Crumb Zamora Music Festival Decorations Guitar Painting Original Art (1981). The wall of the 1981 -
Robert Crumb Zamora Music Festival Decorations Guitar Painting Original Art (1981). The wall of the 1981 Zamora, California Music Festival was graced with this original painting by Robert Crumb. Created in mixed media on heavy illustration board and trimmed to edge of the art, it has been beautifully framed and matted. The art has an image area of approximately 29" x 39", and has been Plexiglas front framed to 38" x 52". There is some light edge wear on the cutout; otherwise the art is in Very Good condition. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity, and a photocopy of Crumb hanging some art pieces at the festival.

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Carl Barks Long Ben, Arch Pirate Illustration Original Art, Personal Correspondence, and Ephemera Group -
Carl Barks Long Ben, Arch Pirate Illustration Original Art, Personal Correspondence, and Ephemera Group Lot (1978). From his post-Disney period when Barks was painting "Famous figures from history as they might have looked had their genes gotten mixed with waterfowl". In fact, "Long Ben" is from a sub-set of that series, which consisted of four paintings of pirates. This particular piece is known to Barks fans by its title and also cataloged as "78-36". Created with his usual charm and comedic cartooning skills, but also check out the incredible detail on this piece. From the over-stuff pirate's chest to the shades of green in his plumes. The watercolor work is signed and dated in the lower right of the 8" x 10" matted image area in the 14.5" x 17.5" Plexiglas-front wooden frame. The painting comes with correspondence between Barks and the purchaser of the painting, and the bill of sale. The painting appeared on the cover of Panels #2 in 1981 (included). Also included are several other personal correspondence letters from Barks, a few endorsed/canceled checks, and some other ephemera. The original art is in Excellent condition, and the rest in is Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Howard Swift Fantastic Four Complete Animation Storyboards for Origin Episode Group of 43 (Hanna-Barbera, -
Howard Swift Fantastic Four Complete Animation Storyboards for Origin Episode Group of 43 (Hanna-Barbera, 1967). Surely many kids learned the origin of the Fantastic Four for the first time via this animated version. This was the third FF episode to air, with an air date of September 23, 1967. The story parallels the first part of Fantastic Four #1 but also includes Doctor Doom's origin with some familiar scenes from Fantastic Four Annual #2. The storyboards are by animator Howard Swift, whose career included working on such Disney features as Dumbo in the 1930s and 1940s. Graphite on 43 sheets of 12.5" x 10" paper. Smudging, and some of the pages have edge wear. Good condition.

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11/05/2018
Jack Kirby and Chic Stone X-Men #8 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Jack Kirby and Chic Stone X-Men #8 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Professor X's band of merry mutants faces "The Uncanny Threat of Unus the Untouchable!" Yes... Unus was "Uncanny" before the X-Men were the Uncanny X-Men. All five of the original X-Men appear on this page... Cyclops, the Angel, Marvel Girl, Iceman, and the Beast. Also of note, this was the issue where Iceman changed from his fluffy snowman look to the more familiar chiseled ice look. The page was created at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There are some staple holes in the top most margin edge. Overall the page is in Excellent condition.

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11/05/2018
Don Heck and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales of Suspense #65 Story Page 11 Iron Man Original Art -
Don Heck and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales of Suspense #65 Story Page 11 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Small-time burglar Weasel Wills has stolen Tony Stark's Iron Man armor, so Tony has to suit up in one of his original style suits to try to stop Wills. This page of Iron Men was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is whiteout art correction in a few panels on the lightly toned page. In Very Good condition.

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11/05/2018
John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Daredevil #14 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
John Romita Sr. and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Daredevil #14 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). This page gives us part of the origin of Parnival Plunder (aka The Plunderer, and brother of Ka-Zar)... and an appearance of the Plunder-Stone (which turns out to be a kind of Vibranium). Great looming figure of Daredevil, and an action panel end the page. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Panel three has a cut-out section, with a section taped-in from the back to replace it. There is also a text correction paste-up on the panel as well. There is a 1.5" rip in the right side, just to the Daredevil figure, and repaired with tape on the reverse side. The page is lightly toned and in overall Very Good condition.

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