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Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #20 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia Daredevil #20 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Owl attacks Daredevil with... billiard balls? It is a cue to action, as Ol' Hornhead is racking up the Owl's minions on this page created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Signed by Colan in the lower margin of the lightly toned page. There is some whiteout text correction in the last panel. In Excellent condition. Don't get snookered... bid on this before someone pockets it!

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Gene Colan and Jack Abel (as Gary Michaels) Tales of Suspense #78 Story Page 10 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 196...
Gene Colan and Jack Abel (as Gary Michaels) Tales of Suspense #78 Story Page 10 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Iron Man lays into some Red Chinese soldiers to steal a Commie jet in the story "Crescendo!" The tale was co-plotted by Colan and Stan Lee. 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 is some whiteout art correction in that first panel, and whiteout text correction in Panel 2. The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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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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John Romita Sr. Amazing Spider-Man #55 Cover Doctor Octopus Original Art (Marvel, 1967)....
John Romita Sr. Amazing Spider-Man #55 Cover Doctor Octopus Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Doc Ock has his eyes on Spider-Man on this bold and iconic cover. Less than two years previously, John Romita Sr. had taken over the art chores on this title and really made it his own. Clever attention to detail caused Marvel to produce this cover with stats of Spider-Man in Ock's goggles. This assured the images would match exactly. The rest of the in-your-face image area is original art created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board, cut and affixed to the larger Bristol board for a total image area of 13.25" x 20.25". The corner box, issue/price, logo, and CCA stamp are all original paste-up stats. The "Doc Ock Wins!" banner at the bottom are original stat pieces as well. There is some glue residue near the paste-ups, and there are also some minor edge rips and dings on the backing bristol board. In Very Good condition.

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Gene Colan and Bill Everett Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Gene Colan and Bill Everett Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The cover proclaimed this a "Special Once-in-a-Lifetime Issue", and they weren't kidding! This issue was created to bridge the gap as these two characters each leapt from books they shared with other Marvel heroes into their own solo titles! Namor and the Hulk had been bunkmates in Tales to Astonish, and the Hulk kept the numbering from that title. Iron Man had been stationed with Captain America in Tales of Suspense, where the good Captain kept the numbering. This resulted in Namor and Iron Man getting two #1 issues out of the transition. With a combo of Colan and Everett on the artwork, it really was a special cover! Crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.25" x 20.25". The published image looks slightly different, as a stat was created from Namor and used to move him up into the frame and overlapping the logo much more. That stat has been removed from this image (leaving some glue residue/discoloration), and some cleaning has been done on the art. The logo is a replacement stat. The hand-lettered original art cover blurb at the bottom is the original. The cover has been trimmed to the margins and affixed to a larger sheet of illustration board. In Very Good condition.

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Frank Frazetta Escape on Venus Painting Original Art (1972)....
Frank Frazetta Escape on Venus Painting Original Art (1972). Created in 1972, this painting was used as the cover for the 1974 re-issue of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel of the same name. The book, the third in the "Carson Napier of Venus" series, was reprinted several times with this cover image, and the image was also released as a print in the late 1970s. It is a stunning work! From the piercing eyes of the tiger, to the delicate jewelry on the female, to the soft lush vegetation, it is an iconic piece from an artist who produces nothing less than exemplary pieces. "Frazetta was very proud of the work. Ever innovating, he worked to differentiate every piece in a unique way. While always conscious of his audience, he incessantly challenged himself. During this period, he expanded his palette with vivid hues, and boasted that he could make those colors work in a believable, sensuous way. No one can argue that he did not achieve his goal! Frazetta has a legion of fans, and a major reason is that he crossed over into several categories, each with its own exuberant fan base. They can be distinguished as the 4Bs -- Babes, Burroughs, Barbarians, and Beasts. When a Frazetta image contains more than one element, the demand rises exponentially. This painting certainly covers three of the four. Frank often liked to discuss (or hear) what made his images so popular, not just after the fact, but also at the time of publication. It is well known how his covers would immediately stimulate the sale of a publication. Many would buy his covers without any interest in the actual book. His effect was so massive, that he was asked to create images before a publisher even lined up a writer for a still-to-be-written story to accompany the art! This is important as it breaks the barrier of 'illustrator' versus 'artist' -- a critical distinction. Frazetta created several key works for himself, without guidance or assignment, including the Death Dealer, probably his best-known painting. Publishers such as Jim Warren, realizing his images invariably boosted sales, bought the rights to his works and had stories written for them. Obviously his vivacious women and his unbridled imagination were tantamount. His secret was to focus the viewer's attention on what he wanted them to see. He would accomplish this by keeping other areas of the painting vague, simply suggesting, not fully rendering. His focal point was supremely detailed. In this prime example, the woman and beast are totally rendered, tense yet natural. Some felt his paintings only showed strong men. He would vigorously argue otherwise; that his women were strong and in control. Always a favorite of both the artist and his fans, this painting, at the time it was first sold, was considered to be one of, if not the finest Frazetta oil in private hands. Signed and dated in the lower left of the 15.75" x 20" oil on presswood board image. There is the lightest and faintest of edge wear. In otherwise Excellent condition." Joe and Nadia Mannarino Joe and Nadia were personal friends of the Frazettas for over 30 years, representing the artist for decades in the sale of his original art.

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Jim Lee Alpha Flight #89 Cover Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Jim Lee Alpha Flight #89 Cover Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Wolverine cameos on this cover that also features Puck in the lower right corner. The story "Building Blocks Part Three: Faith" heralded the return of the original Guardian (James MacDonald Hudson), as his wife Vindicator (Heather Hudson) watches. Puck and Guardian first appeared in X-Men #109, and Heather first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #139. This cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". All text is stat paste-up, as is the corner box. The logo is a paste-up on an acetate overlay. Signed by Jim Lee in the image area by the UPC box. In Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson X-Men V3#1 Cover/Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustr...
John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson X-Men V3#1 Cover/Avengers V4#1 Variant Gatefold Cover Element Illustration Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Wolverine appears on a section of the six-part gatefold cover that was one of the variant covers for the 2010 landmark relaunch of The Avengers, with each section of the gatefold spotlighting a different Avenger. Wolverine shared a section with Spider-Man. The image was subsequently used itself 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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Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #258 Splash Page 1 Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1990)....
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #258 Splash Page 1 Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Wolverine is meditating on this intense, but quiet splash page for the story "Broken Chains". Don't worry, with the Mandarin, the Hand, and a mind-conditioned Psylocke in this story, there is plenty of action to come! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The story title, indicia, and all text are stat paste-ups. Some have discolored slightly. Overall in Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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Jim Lee Batman: Hush #1 Hardcover Collection Cover Element Illustration Original Art (DC, 2003)....
Jim Lee Batman: Hush #1 Hardcover Collection Cover Element Illustration Original Art (DC, 2003). Stoic and stern, just as Batman should be. This impressive image appeared slightly altered on the cover of the hardback. The image was made "skinnier" by Photoshop manipulation. It ran atop an image of Superman, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, and Catwoman. It was created in ink over graphite on bright white 11" x 17" DC Bristol board, and Batman stands 9.75" tall. Signed by Jim Lee in the lower left. It is in Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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Robert Crumb R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders Party Record Front Cover Original Art (Red Goose, 1978)....
Robert Crumb R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders Party Record Front Cover Original Art (Red Goose, 1978). It must have been a real thrill for dedicated 78 RPM record collector R. Crumb to finally start issuing his own 78s! Here's a cool cover illustration created for one of his 10" disks, The Cheap Suit Serenaders' Party Record, done in ink and gouache on bristol board. It has an image area of 10" x 10", and is matted to an overall 12.75" x 13". Other than some sticker residue on the mat, the piece is in Excellent condition. Hup!

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Michael Golden and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #55 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Michael Golden and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #55 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). A heart-breaking page from a peak period of this title. Roger Stern's run as writer paired him (and award-winning inker Terry Austin) with simply some of the best talent Marvel had to offer. This issue's guest penciler (and fan-favorite artist) Michael Golden set a high bar of excellence. This page was created in ink and Zipatone over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The figure of Clea in Panel 3 was a color hold effect. The original art for the figure is included, and it was created in exactly the same way on a separate sheet of Bristol board. It was then shot and turned into an acetate overlay, which is also included. The top margin of the main page is irregularly trimmed, and there is registration tape in the margins. The page is signed by Golden in the last panel. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Smith Conan the Barbarian #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Barry Smith Conan the Barbarian #5 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Robert E. Howard's most famous barbarian faces "The Claws of the Tigress!" on this well-remembered cover. The Roy Thomas story was inspired by the Howard poem "Zukala's Hour". Barry Smith would be the defining artist on Conan for many years, regardless of whomever followed him. He helped set the look of Conan in the minds of fans for generations. This piece of original art has been in the same collection since 1972, when it was given as a gift by Marvel Comics to Glenn Lord, a prominent member of fandom and literary agent to the Robert E. Howard Estate. Signed by Smith at lower left. This cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, logo, and lower text are all stat paste-ups. The figure of the leaping tiger/woman is a production copy used to move her closer towards Conan. Even so, there is original art touch-up and white paint highlights on this copy piece. Held to a bright light or lightbox, the figure of the original art can still be seen below the copy and whiteout in that area. There is slight toning in places, more so in the photocopy and stat. The cover has been professionally cleaned. In Very Good condition. From the Estate of Glenn Lord.

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Alex Raymond Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-26-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938)....
Alex Raymond Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-26-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938). Flash Gordon and a rocket submarine full of Freemen are led into a trap set by Ming the Merciless in the Sunday titled "Mutineers". But never mind all that... check out that panel of Dale Arden tap dancing! Wowza! A stunning Sunday by a master artist, as created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 23.5" x 19". The lightly toned board is in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Jack Kirby and Chic Stone Tales of Suspense #60 Splash Page 1 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Jack Kirby and Chic Stone Tales of Suspense #60 Splash Page 1 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1964). This is just the second solo Captain America story since the 1950s (or the 1940s, depending on which Captain America history your follow). As bold and as fine of a Silver Age image as you could ever hope to find! "The Army of Assassins Strikes!" on this this first page of Cap's section of the book he shared with Iron Man. The battle-ready wide-stance was created in ink over graphite on twice-up scale Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19". Of note, the Captain America logo is hand-drawn on the page. There is some whiteout text correction on Chic Stone's name. Very minor handling wear on the edges. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Day Master of Kung Fu #110 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Gene Day Master of Kung Fu #110 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Shang-Chi and the Ghost Maker take a tumble out of a burning building on the cover for this Doug Moench/Gene Day story "Perilous Reign". The work was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15.5". In Excellent condition.

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Dick Ayers and Paul Reinman Tales to Astonish #57 Splash Page 1 Giant-Man and the Wasp Original Art (Marvel, 1964)...
Dick Ayers and Paul Reinman Tales to Astonish #57 Splash Page 1 Giant-Man and the Wasp Original Art (Marvel, 1964). It's insects versus arachnids as Giant-Man (previously Ant-Man) and the Wasp are "On the Trail of the Amazing Spider-Man!" This wonderful splash page shows Hank Pym shrinking, as Janet Van Dyne grows, so they are both human-sized. With the new Ant-Man and the Wasp feature film in theaters, this page should attract a swarm of attention! The page was fittingly created twice-up scale (just like ol' High-Pockets himself) in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". The logos and title are all hand-lettered. There is a bit of whiteout art correction on the page. Otherwise this lightly toned page is in overall Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams and Tom Palmer X-Men #61 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
Neal Adams and Tom Palmer X-Men #61 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). The Roy Thomas story was titled "Monsters Also Weep!", however the cover blurb of "On the Wings of Death!" might be more accurate for this page featuring the Beast, the Angel, and Iceman all fighting against Sauron. That first panel is essentially a "10 seconds later" view of the cover image. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Austin Briggs Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-30-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940)....
Austin Briggs Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-30-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940). Flash is in disguise during this Sunday episode of the story arc "Power Men of Mongo". It features Dale Arden in several panels, as well. The previous Sunday listed the title of this episode as "Trapped by Mistake". It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.5" x 17.5". Matted to 30.25" x 27". The lightly toned board is in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Robert Crumb Coney Island Baby Cover Original Art (East River Records, 2017)....
Robert Crumb Coney Island Baby Cover Original Art (East River Records, 2017). Those who know famed Underground Comix artist R. Crumb also know of his tremendous love of old-time music. Crumb himself is a musician, as well as one of the world's foremost collectors of old Blues and Jazz 78 RPM records. Here is an original painting Robert created for Eden and John's East River String Band, fronted by the husband and wife team of John Heneghan and Eden Brower. This is for their newest album/CD. We reached out to Robert for information on this incredible piece, and he replied, "Heneghan is selling the original artwork for this cover at my instigation. He is in need of money and I urged him to sell it through Heritage. It took some persuading as he was very reluctant to let it go. I'd given him the original, in exchange for many rare old 78s. It is all watercolor. There are no ink lines. It was a week's work in the making. It kinda goes without saying that I also had a personal inspiration in this since I am also deeply involved in the music, and the musicians are friends of mine. One of the clowns behind the lovely Eden is yours truly, playing the mandolin!" Robert Crumb's worldwide fame really began with the "Cheap Thrills" cover art he created for Janis Joplin's band, Big Brother and the Holding Company, back in 1968, and he has gone on to create many other covers over the years, mostly compilations of obscure 1920s-'30s Blues tunes. We believe "Coney Island Baby" is one of his very best cover pieces. It's without a doubt one of the most impressive recent originals by Robert Crumb we've seen, created in the look and feel of an old circus poster. The artwork measures 12.5" x 12.5", and is matted and framed with glass for an overall size of 17.5" x 17.5". The condition is Excellent.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1492 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-12-65 (King Features Syndicate, 1965)....
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1492 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-12-65 (King Features Syndicate, 1965). Prince Valiant's son, young Prince Arn, gets a valuable lesson in conservation on this stunning Sunday titled "Arn's First Lesson". Foster worked at such a large scale that every single panel was jam-packed with his meticulous detail and fine linework. This Sunday was created in ink over graphite on three 24.25" x 11.5" strips of Bristol board joined by tape on the reverse side. They have a combined image area of 22.75" x 34". The logo is a discolored stat. All text is stat paste-up, some of which are coming loose. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #1 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman X-Men #1 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, clowns around a bit on this page from the first X-Men workout ever shown, and one of the first pages to show Iceman's powers. Cyclops, Professor X, and the Beast are also on the scene. The chance to own a page from one of the unquestioned Silver Age key issues does not come up often even at Heritage, so give this one your best shot! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". The page is in Excellent condition.

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Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider-Man #312 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1989)....
Todd McFarlane Amazing Spider-Man #312 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). Green Goblin and Hobgoblin have it out in the David Michelinie story "The Goblin War!" Three great vertical panels by Todd McFarlane, created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". The top edge is irregularly trimmed. Signed in the lower margin. The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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Brian Bolland Tank Girl: The Odyssey #4 Cover Painting Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1995)....
Brian Bolland Tank Girl: The Odyssey #4 Cover Painting Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1995). Tank Girl may not seem excited to sign that contract, but she obviously did as 1995 was also the year that saw the release of the Tank Girl feature film starring Lori Petty. Yes, Peter Milligan and Jamie Hewlett's post-apocalypse punk-rock romp was finally a commercially viable sell-out hit! Great images of Tank Girl, Booga, and that crazed stuffed animal Camp Koala, and Telemakeus. Painted in gouache and ink on illustration board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed in the image area on the lower left. There is a minor crease across the lower section of the art. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Tales of Suspense #78 Story Page 9 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia Tales of Suspense #78 Story Page 9 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Captain America and Nick Fury! Together again for the first time! They had previously met in a World War II-era Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos story (Issue #13, 1964), but this was the first time Cap met Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Stan Lee/Jack Kirby co-plotted story "Them!" allowed Fury to give Cap a S.H.I.E.L.D. "Priority A-1" badge to keep in contact, and it started Cap's long association with the spy organization. This powerhouse page of petrifying Kirby pencils was inked by Giacoia on twice-up scale Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". In Excellent condition.

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George Pérez and Jerry Ordway Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1986)....
George Pérez and Jerry Ordway Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1986). Barry Allen makes one of his last appearances as the Flash on this page, before he disappeared out of existence as a result of events from this Universe-shaking story from the DC Universe. This last story of the series was titled "Final Crisis". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". All text is paste-up. Signed by Pérez in the lower margin. The corners and top margin are trimmed. In Excellent condition.

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Kevin Maguire Justice League #3 Test Market Cover Batman and Captain Marvel Original Art (DC, 1987)....
Kevin Maguire Justice League #3 Test Market Cover Batman and Captain Marvel Original Art (DC, 1987). The test market cover for this issue featured a completely different Kevin Maguire image, and also the DC Bullet was replaced with a "Superman Comics" bullet in the upper left. Ironically, Superman does not appear in this issue. The comic was distributed only in certain areas of the country. The cover art was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The bullet, logo, and issue/price box are all stat paste-ups, as are the word balloons. There is a missing word balloon for Batman. On the final printed cover, the image of Batman and the Rocket Red were lowed in the frame slightly. The lightly toned cover is in Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-23-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935)....
Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-23-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). Raymond did 17 full page Flash Gordon and 17 full page Jungle Jim Sundays in 1935, all done in his brief and extremely sought-after dry brush period. Here, Jim leads a forward assault on Cho Fang's forces to allow Mike and Joan to place a dynamite charge. An exciting Sunday, with a great cliffhanger! It was created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 15.5" x 24", matted to 21.5" x 30". Signed in the last panel. The logo panel is a stat. The board is lightly toned; otherwise, in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Alex Ross Earth X-related Splash Page 5 Reed Richards Original Art (Marvel, c. 1997-2000s)....
Alex Ross Earth X-related Splash Page 5 Reed Richards Original Art (Marvel, c. 1997-2000s). A glimpse at the tortured man who was once the leader of the Fantastic Four, now haunted by the loss of his wife Sue Richards. The art was created in ink and grey tone gouache over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". Signed by Ross in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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Todd McFarlane Detective Comics #578 Splash Page 1 Batman Original Art (DC, 1987)....
Todd McFarlane Detective Comics #578 Splash Page 1 Batman Original Art (DC, 1987). The splash page for the Mike Barr story "Batman Year Two, Chapter Four: ...So Shall Ye Reap" features wonderful composition and layout by Todd McFarlane. Created in ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo, credits, and indicia strip are stat paste-ups. Signed by McFarlane in the image area. The top edge is irregularly trimmed. In Excellent condition. The reverse side of the board is also signed by McFarlane and has some very loose rough sketches.

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Glenn Fabry Preacher: Until The End of the World Trade Paperback Cover Recreation Original Art (2013)....
Glenn Fabry Preacher: Until The End of the World Trade Paperback Cover Recreation Original Art (2013). Glenn Fabry re-creates the intense cover he did for a 1997 paperback collection. The AMC Preacher series has brought in new fans for this hard-hitting and gritty series. Fabry's recreation was produced in oil on illustration board with an image area of 9" x 15". Signed and dated in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Michael Kaluta Lucifer #64 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2005)....
Michael Kaluta Lucifer #64 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2005). A striking and highly detailed image for the cover of the story "Morningstar, Part 2". It was created in ink and watercolor over graphite on 11" x 17" DC Bristol board. The reverse side of the board has the original pencil layout that Kaluta lightboxed to the front side. DC decided to flip the painted image left-to-right before printing. In Excellent condition.

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Herb Trimpe and John Severin Incredible Hulk #154 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1972)....
Herb Trimpe and John Severin Incredible Hulk #154 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Hulk takes a trip to Long Island, and guest-star Ant-Man finds that "Hell is a very small Hulk!" in this Archie Goodwin story. The splash page was created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The header strip and the indicia are stat paste-ups. There are production oil stains and handling wear. In Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, The Last Boy on Earth #19 Cover Original Art (DC, 1974)....
Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, The Last Boy on Earth #19 Cover Original Art (DC, 1974). The last boy on Earth comes face to face with the last gang in Chicago! This is some great Kirby art from his heydays at DC Comics. Oh, and there are gorillas too. Everyone loves a gorilla cover! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board, then cut and pasted to a larger Sparta World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". All text is paste-up, some of which are stiff and coming loose on the edges. There is a bit of glue residue in the lower center of the image area, and overall slight toning. The page is otherwise in Very Good condition.

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Austin Briggs Flash Gordon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-17-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940)....
Austin Briggs Flash Gordon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-17-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940). Flash fights a Mugga on this daily strip from the story arc "Princess Lita". It's a fist fight that would make Captain Kirk proud, created in ink and blue pencil over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.5" x 5.75". The board is toned, with overall handling wear. In Very Good condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1337 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-23-62 (King Features Syndicate, 1962)....
Hal Foster Prince Valiant #1337 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-23-62 (King Features Syndicate, 1962). Foster's enormous scale makes his already impressive work really jump off the page at you! This Sunday, titled "Tribute", features Prince Val and an Abbot as they follow a path of destruction. A note on the inscription to Kay and Harry Mace: Mr. Mace was a gag cartoonist, and the couple -- like Foster, residents of Redding, CT -- collaborated on some well-remembered children's books. This piece was created in ink and red ink key lines on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 23" x 33.5". The logo is a discolored paste-up, and all text is hand-lettered paste-up. Signed in the last panel, and personalized and signed in Panel 5. The two board sections are joined by tape on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales of Suspense #75 Splash Page 1 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Tales of Suspense #75 Splash Page 1 Captain America Original Art (Marvel, 1966). That's a mighty large head-to-toe drawing of that Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America. A fantastic image of a falling Captain America -- how could any kid fail to read onward from this splash page? Finished art by Ayers over Kirby layouts. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". The logo/header is a stat paste-up. A hidden bonus... on the reverse side, someone has spelled out what S.H.I.E.L.D. stood for. Marvel's top spy organization had first appeared only a year previous in Strange Tales #135. Signed by Jack Kirby in the lower image area. The page is in Excellent condition.

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Michael Kaluta and Dave Stevens Rocketeer Adventure Magazine #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (Comico, 1989)....
Michael Kaluta and Dave Stevens Rocketeer Adventure Magazine #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (Comico, 1989). Who knows what secrets lurk on this page? Dave Stevens does... A very thinly disguised Lamont Cranston (aka The Shadow) appears on this page as "Jonas". It's from the story "Nightmare at Large!" Created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-20-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938)....
Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-20-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938). Jim and Kolu find the dastardly handwork of Karnak on this Sunday's episode. Alex Raymond signed in the last panel. The strip was created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 24.25" x 10.75". The toned board has worn and discolored margins; however, the image area is in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-30-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935)....
Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-30-35 (King Features Syndicate, 1935). While Jim leads a charge against Cho-Fang's forces to hold their attention, Mike and Joan slip in through a rear cave to set a dynamite charge! An exciting rescue is in the making for this Sunday created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 25.5" x 12". The toned board has worn and chipped marginal corners; however, the image area is in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938)....
Alex Raymond Jungle Jim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-38 (King Features Syndicate, 1938). This companion strip to Alex Raymond's other masterpiece... Flash Gordon, features Koa killing Major Breese, while Jim and Kolu are on the trail of headhunters. The Sunday also features clip-and-save stamps for an Armadillo and a turkey Buzzard. Created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 24.25" x 10.75". Signed in the last panel. The toned board has worn and chipped marginal corners; however, the image area is in Excellent condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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03/08/2018
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Superman Unchained #9 Wraparound Cover Original Art (DC, 2015)....
Jim Lee and Scott Williams Superman Unchained #9 Wraparound Cover Original Art (DC, 2015). This huge wraparound cover features a flaming Superman on the front cover (right hand side), along with Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, General Sam Lane, and an armada of alien ships on the back cover (left hand side). This was the last issue of the mini-series and things went out with a Bang! The cover was created in ink over graphite with white paint highlights on two sheets of conjoined bright white DC Bristol board with a combined image area of 20.75" x 16". Signed by both artists in the lower right of the image area, and signed by Jim Lee in the lower margin of the left page, and by Scott Williams in the lower margin of the right page. The pages are joined by tape on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Barry Smith and Tom Sutton Avengers #99 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1972)....
Barry Smith and Tom Sutton Avengers #99 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). From the classic story "...They First Make Mad!", this page features the Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye attempting to rescue a befuddled Hercules. It was some early art by Barry Smith (before he became known as Barry Windsor-Smith), and just a couple of years after the release of Conan the Barbarian #1. Hawkeye disappeared from the Marvel movies recently. He did that in the comics too, and then came back sporting his hippy/American Indian attire seen on this page. Maybe fans will get to see Jeremy Renner in a skirt when Hawkeye returns? The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by Windsor-Smith in the lower margin. There are production oil stains in Panel 4 and 6. The top margin has a piece missing, but not into the image area. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Daniel Clowes Eightball #12 Story Page 7 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1993)....
Daniel Clowes Eightball #12 Story Page 7 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1993). A dramatic page from the story "Glue Destiny". Clyde has it for Liz. He has it bad. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white oversized Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19.5". There is a bit of glue residue from some missing production tape in the lower margin. Comes with the shading overlay created with red marker on onionskin paper. The image area is in Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes Eightball #19 Story Page 20 David Boring Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998)....
Daniel Clowes Eightball #19 Story Page 20 David Boring Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998). A key page from the story, it establishes David's infatuation with Wanda Kraml. The page also features one of the "comic book" style panels interspersed throughout the story. Panel 6 would have a Benday dot pattern over it for publication, making it clear it was a call-back to the comic book The Yellow Streak Annual seen previously in the tale. This story "Act One" was collected with the rest of the arc and republished at the David Boring graphic novel published by Pantheon/Random House in 2000. Seminal Daniel Clowes work in ink over graphite on bright white thick Bristol board with an image area of 13.75" x 18.75". Also included in a vellum overlay with key lines in ink for shading placement. The page is in Excellent condition.

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Daniel Clowes Lloyd Llewellyn Special #1 Story Page 2 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1988)....
Daniel Clowes Lloyd Llewellyn Special #1 Story Page 2 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1988). Having met Iris King in a bar, she has taken Lloyd back to her place on this page from the story "Dementia Praecox". In stunning black and white, created in groovy ink over graphite with some swingin' Zipatone for shading. This is one cool page of Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 17". The lightly toned page is signed and personalized by Clowes in the lower image area. In otherwise Excellent condition. Owning this page may not make you as cool as Lloyd Llewellyn, but then again... it might.

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Basil Wolverton Comedy #63 Powerhouse Pepper Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Humorama/Visual Varieties, 1962).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Basil Wolverton Comedy #63 Powerhouse Pepper Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Humorama/Visual Varieties, 1962). Powerhouse Pepper was a wonderful Wolverton creation with a long history. He debuted in Joker Comics #1 in 1942. The earliest publication we could find for this story, originally titled "A Spin To Win", and later re-titled "Ski-So Frantic", was in Comedy #63 (1962), but it was later reprinted in: Stare V12 #85 (1969); Popular Cartoons #11 (year unknown); Popular Jokes V15#75 (1980), Intense! #1 (Pure Imagination, 1993); and Basil Wolverton's Powerhouse Pepper (Fantagraphics, 1994). It a wacky little bit of six-page ski slope silliness, as created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 18.5". The boards are lightly toned and in overall Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez Love and Rockets V3#1 Ghost Variant Cover Maggie and Hopey Original Art (Fantagraphics...
Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez Love and Rockets V3#1 Ghost Variant Cover Maggie and Hopey Original Art (Fantagraphics, 2016). Ghost Variants are produced by a collection of comic shop retailers who pool their purchasing power to get artists to produce covers sold exclusively through their shops. The "Ghost" part of the title comes from the fact that they do not promote those variants ahead of time and just quietly put them on the rack with the regular issues. This makes Ghost Variant covers very limited and hard to find. A gorgeous piece featuring many characters, new and old. Long-time series fans will recognize Maggie, Hopey, Pipo, and Fritz for sure. Created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13.5". The logo is hand-penciled, but not inked. Signed by Los Bros. Hernandez (Jaime in Panel 2, 'Beto in Panel 5). In Excellent condition.

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Wally Wood and Bob Powell Daredevil #9 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Wally Wood and Bob Powell Daredevil #9 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Marvel's "Man without Fear" faces Klaus Kruger on this page from the story "That He May See!" Art legend Wally Wood provided the layouts for Bob Powell's powerful pencils, which Wood then inked himself. This twice-up scale page has an image area of 12.5" x 18.5", is lightly toned, and is in Excellent condition.

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Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom Captain Marvel #30 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom Captain Marvel #30 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). A fearsome shot of Thanos, who kills his minion the Controller for being on the verge of losing a fight with Captain Marvel. The page was created in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is quite a bit of white paint highlights used in Panels 1 and 2 to great effect! Between that, and the Mar-Vellous linework in Panel 3, this is a truly stunning page. It is signed by Starlin in the lower left margin, and also by letterer Tom Orzechowski in the lower margin. The Conan plug is held on with production tape. The toned page has a bit of production oil on the lower left, and a bit of production tape residue in the side margins. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Snoopy Original Art dated 12-28-94 (United Feature Synd...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Charlie Brown and Snoopy Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1994). All's fair in Love and Ice Hockey, right Snoopy? This daily was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5.25". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Gene Colan and John Tartaglione Daredevil #100 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Gene Colan and John Tartaglione Daredevil #100 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Daredevil gives new meaning to the phrase "Flying blind" on the first page of the story "Mind Storm!" Instead of flying that Avengers Quinjet "by the seat of his pants", he is flying it by his fingertips! The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the paste-up header and indicia). There is production tape residue in the margins. The hand-lettered title was created in blue pencil and ink. The board is lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, the Last Boy On Earth #19 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1974)....
Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry Kamandi, the Last Boy On Earth #19 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1974). The first page of the story "The Last Gang in Chicago!" features gangsters, as you would expect... but it's a surprise to Kamandi... the supposed Last Boy on Earth! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including the indicia paste-up). The toned page has paste-up residue in the margins, with a bit of production tape on the indicia. It is in Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Black Panther #6 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Black Panther #6 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Black Panther and Abner Little travel to Samurai City in their search for the water of eternal youth in the story "A Cup of Youth". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is toned, with trimmed corners, and production tape residue in the margins. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, and John Verpoorten Captain America Annual #3 Story Page 33 Original Art (Marvel, 1976)...
Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, and John Verpoorten Captain America Annual #3 Story Page 33 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Captain America met "The Thing From the Black Hole Star" in this story. Page 33 of the 35-page story ran as Page 45 in the issue due to ads. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is production tape residue in the margins. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Mike Zeck and John Beatty Captain America #269 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Mike Zeck and John Beatty Captain America #269 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Captain America and Team America seems like a natural team-up. This issue introduced the characters to the Marvel Universe. They were licensed from the Ideal Toys line, where they were created to replace the very successful Evel Knievel toys using the same format and technology. The characters in the Marvel Universe eventually changed their name to the "Thunderiders". This great Zeck cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by Al Milgrom in the Approval box in the bottom margin. The corner box, issue #, header bar, and all logos are stat paste-ups. The image area is toned from a previous mat and framed. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-28-20 (King Features Syndicate, 1920)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-28-20 (King Features Syndicate, 1920). The Professa out-foxes Ignatz the Mouse, and saves Krazy Kat from a brick to the head. It's a great Sunday strip created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 18.75". Signed by Herriman in the lower margin. The lightly toned board is in Excellent condition.

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Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #15 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1962)....
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #15 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1962). Almost the entire JLA appears on this page from the Gardner Fox story "The Challenge of the Untouchable Aliens!" The JLA Roll Call for the page includes: Green Arrow, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the Atom. All of these characters have appeared in either a recent DC movie, or on one of the regular CW Network TV shows. The page was created twice-up scale in ink (with a bit of red ink key lines) over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up header banner). The toned page is in Very Good condition.

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Barry Smith, Tom Sutton, and Tom Palmer Conan the Barbarian #8 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Barry Smith, Tom Sutton, and Tom Palmer Conan the Barbarian #8 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Conan is about to find out that "The Keepers of the Crypt" have a very dangerous "guard dog." The page was created in in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-29-20 (King Features Syndicate, 1920)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-29-20 (King Features Syndicate, 1920). Krazy Kat, Ignatz the Mouse, and Offisa Pupp all spend a night together... without knowing it! This "Leap Day" Sunday strip is a wacky comedy of errors created in ink over graphite with blue pencil shading on Bristol board with an image area of 17.75" x 19.5". Signed by Herriman in the lower image area. Light toning. In Excellent condition.

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George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-18-41 (King Features Syndicate, 1941)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-18-41 (King Features Syndicate, 1941). Offisa Pupp, Mrs. Kwakk Wakk, and Krazy Kat are the true stars in this daily. It was titled "Not a Star", and was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.25" x 4.5". Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Chic Young Blondie Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932)....
Chic Young Blondie Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932). Blondie's friend Hiho guest-stars on this episode from the pre-marriage Blondie era. At this point, Blondie Boopadoop was still a bit of a flapper party-girl. The Sunday was created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 17" x 13.5". The boards are toned, with handling wear on the edges and the joint. Joined by tape from the reverse side. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Bill Sienkiewicz Moon Knight #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
Bill Sienkiewicz Moon Knight #7 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1981). A fantastic cover, made all the more-so by the absence of the lettering from the published version that covered up the titular "Moon Kings". From a peak-period of Sienkiewicz art on this title, this cover was created in ink Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by Sienkiewicz in the image area, and also signed by Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter in the sign-off box in the bottom margin. There is some whiteout art correction and highlights on the page, and some production tape in the margins. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Jack Kirby Captain America #210 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
Jack Kirby Captain America #210 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1977). The Red Skull is doing his best Medusa impersonation on this cover as he ensnares Captain America, the Falcon, Sharon Carter (aka Agent 13), and Donna Maria. The inker has not been definitively identified, though Mike Royer or John Verpoorten seem to be the most likely attributions. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, corner box, all header elements, and the lower cover caption are all stat paste-ups. There is glue residue near some of these, and some are starting to come loose. There are production oil stains in the lower right corner, and some other minor soiling and handling wear in places. Signed by Kirby in the UPC box. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Jim Starlin, Frank Giacoia, and David Hunt Marvel Premiere #8 Splash Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Jim Starlin, Frank Giacoia, and David Hunt Marvel Premiere #8 Splash Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Doctor Strange gets a whiff of "The Doom That Bloomed on Kathulos!" Gardner Fox, most associated with the stories he penned for DC Comics, crafted this tale, with blue pencil illustrations by the cosmically aware Jim Starlin! It's a powerful page in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The board is lightly toned, with some minor handling wear on the edges and bottom right corner. In Very Good condition.

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Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-9-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952)....
Frank Frazetta Johnny Comet Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-9-52 (McNaught Syndicate, 1952). Johnny introduces Mr. Bismuth, producer of Titanic Pictures. It's the beginning of a new story arc... an arc that would draw Johnny into the motion picture business, and ultimately introduce us to stuntman Ace McCoy... who would take over this strip entirely by year's end! This daily is yet another fine example of how well Frazetta could handle illustrating beefy handsome men, comic caricature types, and of course smoking hot women. Look at the detail in her hair, and in the cross-hatch background. Wow! Rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.5". The lightly toned board is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Frank Thorne Ghita: The Sword of Eros Portfolio Cover Original Art Cover (Blackthorne Publishing, 1985)....
Frank Thorne Ghita: The Sword of Eros Portfolio Cover Original Art Cover (Blackthorne Publishing, 1985). A stunning and wonderfully detailed cover image for this portfolio. It's a cutting-edge romance, as Ghita loves only battle and revenge. This portfolio was published in the same year that Catalan Communications collected the serialized Ghita of Alizarr tales previously published in Warren's 1994 magazine. This image is ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13". The Ghita logo is a printed paste-up. There is an acetate overlay with Zipatone for the word "Sword" in the title, and the text at the bottom is presstype adhesive paste-up. Signed by Thorne under the image area. In overall Excellent condition.

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Joe Kubert Our Army At War #109 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Joe Kubert Our Army At War #109 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1961). Sgt. Rock helps Slim in a jam from the Bob Kanigher story "Roll Call of Heroes!" The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up header). There are two stripped-in original art corrections... one in Panel 1, and the other in Panel 2. They are taped-in from the reverse side. The toned page is in Very Good condition.

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Rube Goldberg Life's Little Jokes and Mike & Ike - They Look Alike Daily Comic Strip Original Art date...
Rube Goldberg Life's Little Jokes and Mike & Ike - They Look Alike Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-4-22 (R. L. Goldberg, 1922). The two-part daily includes Life's Little Jokes #391,888, and a Mike & Ike panel. Both are signed by Goldberg, as is the lower margin of the ink over graphite on Bristol board 17" x 5" image. Lightly toned, with some minor edge wear, and minor handling wear. In Very Good condition.

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Bernie Wrightson Witzend #7 Complete 1-Page Story "Limpstrel" Original Art (Wonderful Publishing Co., 1970)....
Bernie Wrightson Witzend #7 Complete 1-Page Story "Limpstrel" Original Art (Wonderful Publishing Co., 1970). Sometimes it's hard to just get a quiet drink. A wonderful humorous bar-brawl in a single page by Bernie Wrightson, who is usually known for his horror work. This is from a peak period for the artist, and pre-dates his Swamp Thing work in House of Secrets #92 by only a year. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The piece is signed and dated in the top by the hand-lettered title. The page is toned and in Very Good condition.

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Al Williamson and Tom Palmer Star Wars #50 Story Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
Al Williamson and Tom Palmer Star Wars #50 Story Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Williamson only drew a few issues of this series, making originals hard to come by. And while the artist worked in comics for another two decades, he was almost exclusively an inker from this point forward. Han Solo is abandoned on a planet in the Red Nebula on this page from the story "The Crimson Forever!" Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite (and a bit of blue pencil) on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". All text is original stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition.

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Michael Zulli and Al Williamson Longshot #nn Wraparound Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1998)....
Michael Zulli and Al Williamson Longshot #nn Wraparound Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1998). This one-shot special sported a fantastic cover by Zulli and Williamson. Michael Zulli is known for his Puma Blues series, and his work on DC's Sandman series. Al Williamson is known for everything from Flash Gordon to Star Wars. This wraparound cover was created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.5" x 15". The boards are joined with tape on the reverse side. After the fact, someone has created low-res reproductions of the logo, credits, Marvel "M", CCA stamp, and the back cover text. These have been affixed directly to the artboard, and there is some sticky glue residue near some of it. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Sparling Challengers of the Unknown #65 Cover Original Art with Color Guide and Proof Group of 3 (DC Comics, ... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Jack Sparling Challengers of the Unknown #65 Cover Original Art with Color Guide and Proof Group of 3 (DC Comics, 1968). One of the most important covers of a watershed experimental period for DC, Sparling's bold composition places the world-beating Challengers in a Ulysses-like situation, struggling to avoid a gigantic menace. This issue helped to pump new vigor into the Challengers series -- a Jack Kirby creation, which dated from the late 1950s and foreshadowed Marvel's Fantastic Four. This period of innovative design caused a sensation among established readers, attracted new fans, and helped to assure the book's run for another 10 years. Also included are the cover's color-key sheet, and a copy of the final proof. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with and image area of 10" x 15". Moderate toning and marginal moisture-staining. Very Good condition.

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Robert Crumb - Unpublished "Eggs Ackley Among the Vulture Demonesses" Story Page 1 Original Art (1976)....
Robert Crumb - Unpublished "Eggs Ackley Among the Vulture Demonesses" Story Page 1 Original Art (1976). A third installment of the saga of Eggs Ackley was planned, and one page was completed. Unfortunately, it was the only page ever completed! This first page of the proposed story sets up the tale as Eggs Ackley has defeated the Queen of the Vulture Demonesses -- only to find himself accepted as the creatures' new ruler. But "uneasy lies the head that wears the crown," like that Shakespeare guy once said. Underground Comix master Crumb really outdoes himself here -- from the opening title card, through the stirrings of palace intrigues. This page is definitive of the Underground attitude. Ink on Bristol board, with an image area of 8" x 12.25". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Mike Grell Batman #289 Cover Original Art (DC, 1977)....
Mike Grell Batman #289 Cover Original Art (DC, 1977). A great layout for the cover of the story "Sign of the Skull". And what a skull it is too! The entire upper portion of Skull Dugger's face (from the cheek bones up) are an original art paste-up. The rest of the cover is original art on the board itself. Created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The cover caption box in the lower right is the original stat paste-up. There are slits into (but not completely through) the board in the top section where the Batman logo (missing) was trimmed in place. There is paste-up residue and discoloration in the top section, and the board shows some signs of frame burn from a previous matting job. In Very Good condition.

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Nick Cardy Teen Titans #33 Cover Original Art (DC, 1971). ...
Nick Cardy Teen Titans #33 Cover Original Art (DC, 1971). This cover for the Bob Haney story "Less than Human?" features Lilith about to encounter an illusionary danger. This was the issue that introduced the caveman named Gnarrk. He becomes a part-time Titan, and he and Lilith become "an item" (as those groovy kids say). Lilith was the second person to join the Teen Titans (after Speedy), and did so in issue #25. This Cardy cover was created in ink over blue pencil on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The logo, DC bullet, and all of the sidebar art are stat paste-ups, as are the two pieces of cover text. Toned and in Excellent condition.

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Glenn Fabry John Constantine, Hellblazer: Tainted Love Trade Paperback Cover Painting and Finished Collage Origina...
Glenn Fabry John Constantine, Hellblazer: Tainted Love Trade Paperback Cover Painting and Finished Collage Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1998). Fabry's soulful interpretation of Constantine hews to the original concept by Swamp Thing artists Stephen R. Bissette and John Totleben, who had based the character upon rock singer Gordon "Sting" Sumner. This powerful signature piece captures the story's central theme of pitting antihero Constantine against a vampire cult. It collects Hellblazer #62-71 which include the story arcs "Fear and Loathing" and "Tainted Love". Acrylics on illustration board, with an image area of 10.5" x 14.75". Marginal area at right includes paintbrush test-strokes and editorial notes. Excellent condition.

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Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #87 Story Page 7 Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #87 Story Page 7 Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1991). During a hallucination, Wolverine seems to drive a sweet car! A great page from the story "Blood Hungry Part 3: Three Scents Worth", it was created twice-up scale in ink with white paint highlights over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 16". The hand-lettered text is paste-up, one of which is missing. The page is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art Dated 7-16-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934)....
Alex Raymond Secret Agent X-9 Daily Comic Strip Original Art Dated 7-16-34 (King Features Syndicate, 1934). From the storyline "You're the Top." One of the most influential and imitated comic strip artists of all time, Alex Raymond was still honing his skills in the early 1930s. His work on this series beginning in 1933 made him a star. Done in graphite, ink, and blue pencil on Bristol board, this piece has an image size of approximately 25" x 5.5", and is in Excellent condition.

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Al Feldstein Crime Patrol #10 Splash Page 1 Original Art (EC, 1949)....
Al Feldstein Crime Patrol #10 Splash Page 1 Original Art (EC, 1949). The story "Dance-Hall Racket" was an ALL-Feldstein production, as Al wrote, penciled, and inked the tale. This was the case of the "Dime-a-Dance Badger Game!" ...what? At any rate, it's a great crime page with a guy getting drilled in the back by a copper. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The page is toned and stained. There is a personal note from Al Feldstein in the top margin, signed with his distinctive professional signature. The round caption and the two caption boxes at the bottom are stat paste-ups. In Good condition.

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Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #87 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Sam Kieth Marvel Comics Presents #87 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). From the Wolverine story titled "Blood Hungry Part 3: Three Scents Worth", this page features Cyber having a chat with Tyger Tiger. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 16". All text is stat paste-up. Some are missing, leaving glue residue in the image area. In Very Good condition.

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Adam Hughes 46-Page Sketchbook Original Art (c. 1999)....
Adam Hughes 46-Page Sketchbook Original Art (c. 1999). One of Adam Hughes' personal sketchbooks. It is just chockfull of sketches and rough drawings. He is, of course, best known for his amazing drawings of women. However, it is a fact made clear by this book that Adam Hughes could draw a rock and make it look great! Included in these pages are loose graphite roughs, more tightly penciled designs and layouts, and even a few with some ink work. The pages measure 10.5" x 14". Much of this book seems to have been created during his time working on DC's Wonder Woman. Included characters are Wonder Woman, Clark Kent, Superman, Batman, the Kents, Supergirl, Aurora (of Marvel's Alpha Flight), Scarlet Witch, and Lara Croft. There are cover layouts for Wonder Woman #139-141, and then #143 and 144. A mind-boggling collection of great stuff. Pages have edge/corner wear and are in Very Good to Excellent condition, with most being in Excellent condition.

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Burne Hogarth Tarzan #721 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-44 (King Features Syndicate, 1944)....
Burne Hogarth Tarzan #721 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-44 (King Features Syndicate, 1944). The last day of the year in 1944 gave us this action-filled Sunday from the masterful hands of Burne Hogarth. It was titled "Tarzan's Courage" from the previous week, but the star of this Sunday is brave Bulak who comes to the Ape-Man's aid. A wonderful example of Hogarth's ability to flow action from panel-to-panel, and still have time for a couple of great portrait pieces. The Sunday was created in ink over graphite on three joined sections of Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.5" x 26.5". The boards were joined with tape from the reverse side. The toned boards have edge/corner wear, some minor stains in the lower section, and a crack/rip in the right side margin of the middle section. The logo is a printed paste-up that is stained and discolored. In Good condition.

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Burne Hogarth Tarzan #981 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-25-49 (King Features Syndicate, 1949)....
Burne Hogarth Tarzan #981 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-25-49 (King Features Syndicate, 1949). One heck of a Christmas Day present! A stunning piece, as you would well expect, from Burne Hogarth. Check out the shadows and details on the Chief's face in that first panel. Then note the depth of field and perspective in Panel 3, framed by that lush jungle and bird. Lastly, notice the dynamic body positions in Panel 5. In this episode, Mabuli, the chief of the Dagombas, has decreed that the white Doctors may stay... but only if Tarzan is there to keep an eye on them. And Cleveland seems the type to keep an eye on! Truly a fantastic Sunday, as created in ink and red ink key lines over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.5" x 18.5". The toned board has some soiling and marks on it. The paper paste-up logo has glue residue stains near it. In Good condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #6 Original Art (August 1978)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #6 Original Art (August 1978). The last in the group of tryout strips done for Lucasfilm's approval, this is the only one signed by Manning, who penciled, and inked, and wrote all of the tryouts. It's reproduced in IDW's Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1. We'll never find out what a Tusken Raider looks like under his mask, but we love the stunning rendering of the mask in panel three! The image area is a bit larger than that of the later strips done for publication, measuring 19.25" x 5.25". Ink and marker over graphite on Bristol. The only marker elements are a few details of the droids in Panel 1, and these have faded somewhat. Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Wolverine Corner Box Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1988)....
John Buscema Wolverine Corner Box Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1988). A surprisingly large original with Wolverine standing 11.5" tall! If this image looks familiar to you, then you were likely reading the 1988 Wolverine series. This was the feisty little image in the top corner box next to the logo. It ran from issue #1 through 13. Created in ink over graphite on 11" x 17" Marvel Bristol board. The board has been affixed to a 13" x 18.75" illustration board. Lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz Batman #400 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1986)....
Bill Sienkiewicz Batman #400 Story Page 18 Original Art (DC, 1986). This page from "Chapter IV: The Tempting" of the Doug Moench story "Resurrection Night!" features Ra's al Ghul and Batman in the Batcave. Panel 4 is a call-back to the Bill Sienkiewicz cover for the issue. A wonderfully moody and stylized page created twice-up scale in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". The last panel is a stripped-in art correction taped in from the reverse side. Matted to 16.5" x 22.5", the page is toned and in Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #77 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #77 Story Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). This page from the Roy Thomas-penned tale "Heroes for Hire" features the un-masking of the bad guy... only it's not who you expected! The page features the Vision, Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, and even Goliath (Clint Barton)... well, at least his hand. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are production oil stains and very light toning. In Very Good condition. As a "hidden bonus" the flip-side of the board features a very nice penciled portrait of a female with a Mod bob haircut. Janet Van Dyne, perhaps?

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Frank Miller The Complete Frank Miller Batman #1 Hardback Cover Element and Interior Illustrations Original Art an... (Total: 2 Items)
Frank Miller The Complete Frank Miller Batman #1 Hardback Cover Illustration Original Art and Book (DC, 1989). The figure on the right was used as a cover element on the hardback collection of Frank Miller stories and art and appeared in the book's interior illustrating Miller's notes, while the illustration on the left appears in the book illustrating Alan Moore's appreciation of Miller. These three images of the Dark Knight were created in ink over graphite (with some whiteout art correction) on 20" x 15" Bristol board. The board is toned. The piece was signed by Frank Miller below the far right Batman, however that signature has all-but-faded out of sight. In Very Good condition. Includes a copy of the hardcover book.

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Neal Adams Brave and the Bold #93 Story Page 15 Batman Original Art (DC, 1970-71)....
Neal Adams Brave and the Bold #93 Story Page 15 Batman Original Art (DC, 1970-71). The Darknight Detective teams up with the House of Mystery this issue. In fact, Cain, the caretaker for the House, is featured in Panel 3 of this very page from the Denny O'Neil story "Red Water Crimson Death". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Lightly toned, with the top left marginal corner chipped off. The "continued..." strip at page bottom is held on with production tape. In Very Good condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #2 Original Art (August 1978)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #2 Original Art (August 1978). When producing this tryout for Lucasfilm's approval, Manning came up with a storyline set after the original Star Wars movie, but featuring a familiar setting and beloved characters! This strip, like the other lots offered here, is reproduced in IDW's Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1. The image area is a bit larger than that of the later strips done for publication, measuring 19.25" x 5.25". Ink and marker over graphite on Bristol. The marker, used only for details of the droids in panel one, has faded somewhat. Excellent condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #4 Original Art (August 1978)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #4 Original Art (August 1978). C-3PO using a blaster is a wonderful moment, but we're even more impressed by Manning's dramatic rendering of the Sandpeople of Tatooine. This was part of a tryout sequence done for Lucasfilm's approval. It's reproduced in IDW's Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1. The image area is a bit larger than that of the later strips done for publication, measuring 19.25" x 5.25". Ink and marker over graphite on Bristol. The few marker elements in Panels 2 and 3 have faded somewhat. Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 The Right Hand of Doom Trade Paperback Second Printing Cover Original Art (Dar...
Mike Mignola Hellboy #4 The Right Hand of Doom Trade Paperback Second Printing Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2003). This back-to-press re-release cover is similar to the original, but with very different background detail work. Of note is the subtle placement of a crown above Hellboy's head in this version. With that great drawing of the The Right Hand of Doom in the background, and Hellboy front-and-center in the piece, you would be hard pressed to find a better, more evocative image for this series. It was created in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 9.75". Signed with an "M", and dated "3" in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Double Splash Pages 13-14 Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein Infinity Gauntlet #6 Double Splash Pages 13-14 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This Cosmic two-page spread features a who's who of the Marvel Universe's cosmic level entities. The Lords of Order and Chaos, Galactus, Ego the Living Planet, Eternity, the Stranger, Mephisto, some Celestials, the embodiments of both Love and Hate, and others all attempt to stop Nebula and the stolen Infinity Gauntlet. The spread was created in ink over graphite on two conjoined sheets of bright white Marvel Bristol board with a combined image area of 23" x 18". The boards are joined with tape on the reverse side. In Excellent condition.

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Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 42 Original Art (DC, 2006)....
Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 42 Original Art (DC, 2006). A tense stand-off between Batman and some armed forces. Paul Pope's high-octane rip-roaring take on the Dark Knight puts an edge on him like no one else has. This big, bold, beautiful page was created in ink over graphite on oversized 19" x 24" bright white Bristol board. It is signed on the left side margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #75 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #75 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). This page features literally the very first appearance of Arkon the Magnificent. In addition to the titular Warlord, it also features ex-members of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants... the Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, and the Toad. The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top left marginal corner is chipped off, and there are production oil stains on the left and right sides of the image area. In Very Good condition. As a nice bonus, the reverse side of the board has several loose sketches of Arkon in all his magnificence.

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Mark Bagley Venom #157 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Mark Bagley Venom #157 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2017). Kraven collects his otherworldly prize after a long hunt in the city! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Signed in the lower left by Bagley and another artist, whose signature is illegible. In Excellent condition.

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Dave Gibbons Watchmen #7 Nite Owl's Hovercraft Cover Original Art (DC, 1987)....
Dave Gibbons Watchmen #7 Nite Owl's Hovercraft Cover Original Art (DC, 1987). Though the Watchmen covers were anything but bargains when we auctioned them in 2013, we have since heard from many a collector who is kicking himself for not bidding more back then. Since only 12 issues were made and just 11 covers survive, this is a rare chance to secure one. Donning their superhero costumes for the first time, after years in hiding, Nite Owl II and Silk Spectre II set out in "Archie" to break Rorschach out of prison. This compelling image for the seventh Watchmen chapter, "A Brother to Dragons," was created in ink over graphite on DC Bristol board, with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo and DC bullet on the left bar are all a large single stat paste-up. There are two original art correction paste-ups on the original art. In Excellent condition.

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Werner Roth (as Jay Gavin) and Dick Ayers X-Men #21 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Werner Roth (as Jay Gavin) and Dick Ayers X-Men #21 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Four of the six panels feature the entire team on this twice-up scale page. In addition to the adventure elements, there's plenty of interplay between the characters. Also, we're reminded that the early X-Men stories had some elements that disappeared over time -- take the X-Men's hovercraft and Professor X's "beam distorter helmet." This piece has an image area of 12.25" x 18.5". There are some pieces of tape on the back of the piece, a couple of pinholes at the top, and minor creases at the corners. The bottom caption in the last panel is a paste-up. Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #74 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #74 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). Clint Barton (ex-Hawkeye, now Goliath), the Vision, Janet Van Dyne (the Wasp), and Henry Pym (ex-Goliath, now Yellowjacket) try to figure out how to help the Black Panther, when Jarvis makes the scene. All of these characters have been appearing in Marvel movies of recent years (although Clint Barton is not posing at Goliath as yet, and Hank Pym is retired in the movies). It's a great page from a wonderful era for the Marvel Universe's "Earth's Mightiest Heroes". Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Lightly toned and with a bit of handling soiling in the lower margin and image area. In Very Good condition.

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Jim Starlin Marvel Graphic Novel #1 "The Death of Captain Marvel" Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Jim Starlin Marvel Graphic Novel #1 "The Death of Captain Marvel" Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Captain Mar-Vell, Mentor, and Starfox appear on this page with a stone-encrusted Thanos. This was an event unlike any that Marvel (or any other publisher) had ever tried before. A significant character is slated to die... it's in the title of the story, after all. But not in battle. Mar-Vell succumbed to Cancer. And all of the best minds on Marvel's Earth could not save him. To their credit, Marvel kept him dead, which made this issue even more important to the history of the Marvel Universe. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.5". The ink has discolored, as has every other page from this story that we have ever offered. In Very Good condition.

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Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 43 Original Art (DC, 2006)....
Paul Pope Batman: Year 100 #2 Story Page 43 Original Art (DC, 2006). Batman readies a wire and harness rig to escape a group of armed militia on this page from Paul Pope's fuel-injected Funny Car of a comic book! It was pedal-to-the-metal action all the way! This page was created in ink over graphite on bright white oversized 19" x 24" Bristol board. Signed on the left side and in Excellent condition.

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Mike Mignola Gary Gianni's The MonsterMen #nn Story Page 7 Hellboy Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999)....
Mike Mignola Gary Gianni's The MonsterMen #nn Story Page 7 Hellboy Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). The Hellboy story "Goodbye, Mr. Tod" did not first appear in a Hellboy book, but rather as a backup story in this special one-shot featuring Gianni's own creation The MonsterMen in the lead story slot. The Hellboy story was reprinted in 2000 in the trade paperback Hellboy #4 The Right Hand of Doom. Created in ink over graphite on Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.25". Signed below the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #3 Original Art (August 1978)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #3 Original Art (August 1978). If this tryout for Lucasfilm's approval looks a bit different than the published dailies, the reasons are twofold: this was both penciled and inked by Manning where the published daily had assistants (though top-flight ones), and the image area here is a bit larger than that of the later strips done for publication, measuring 19.25" x 5.25". This strip, like the other lots offered here, is reproduced in IDW's Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1. Ink and marker over graphite on Bristol. The marker elements have faded somewhat. Very Good condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #1 Original Art (August 1978)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Lucasfilm Presentation Strip #1 Original Art (August 1978). The strip offered here and in the four lots that follow were rendered by Manning as a tryout for Lucasfilm's approval. The artist was indeed chosen as the initial artist for the strip, which debuted in newspapers in March 1979. While not precisely a scene from the first movie, this features a similar setup with C-3PO, R2-D2, and Luke Skywalker in the domain of the Sandpeople on Tatooine. The image area is a bit larger than that of the later strips done for publication, measuring 19.25" x 5.25". Ink and marker over graphite on Bristol. The marker used for the outlines of the droids has faded somewhat. The last word balloon, while original lettering, is a pasted-on correction covering up different dialogue underneath. Very Good condition.

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Brian Bolland Batman: The Killing Joke Story Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1988)....
Brian Bolland Batman: The Killing Joke Story Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1988). The very first page from this groundbreaking series that is one of the bestselling DC graphic novels of all time. We have only offered a handful of pages from this book before, so don't miss your chance at Page 1. The Alan Moore story had lasting long-term consequences on Batgirl and the DC Universe in general. The story starts with several panels of rain falling, and the story ended with several panels of rain falling. A somber and foreboding page created in stark ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 15.75". The page is toned and in Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and George Klein Journey Into Mystery #77 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1962)....
Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, and George Klein Journey Into Mystery #77 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1962). The title page for the story "Beware! He Isn't Human!" features some fantastic Kirby monster work! Five kooky monsters all in that first panel alone! Although Dick Ayers inked this story, it is reported that George Klein helped on the first page. This page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Part of the title is stripped in text correction with a bit of whiteout. The toned page has staple holes along the right side margin. It is in Very Good condition.

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Daniel Clowes Eightball #13 Story Page 3 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1994)....
Daniel Clowes Eightball #13 Story Page 3 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1994). Lew and Stew discuss women... pro and con, from the story "Cool Your Jets". The social commentary on this page is vicious and the page features all the hallmarks of Clowes' peak period work. Classic Eightball pages like this rarely come to market. The oversized page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #2 Story Page 13 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1991)....
Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #2 Story Page 13 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1991). Geof Darrow showcases the hyper-detail he likes to bring to a story in these three panels. Many artists would have created a stat of the car to make sure the intricate detail remains the same. Darrow simply re-drew the entire image. Crazy! Created in ink on vellum with an image area of 12.5" x 17.25". Signed by Darrow in the lower margin. The vellum is toned; however, in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Sheldon Moldoff (as Bob Kane) Batman Annual #2 "1962 Batman and Robin Calendar" 2-Page Illustrations Original Art ...
Sheldon Moldoff (as Bob Kane) Batman Annual #2 "1962 Batman and Robin Calendar" 2-Page Illustrations Original Art (DC, 1961). Holy Days-of-the-Year, Batman! It's the art for the two-page calendar that was published in this winter edition Annual in late 1961. Keen-eyed detectives will note that this is a redrawn and updated version of the Win Mortimer calendar that was published in Batman #57 in 1950. Some panels were completely replaced (Batwoman, the Batcave, and the Whirly-Bats panels were all-new), while most were simply redrawn with more detail. Whereas Batman, Robin, the Joker, and the Batmobile are also all featured, the villain Calendar Man (first introduced in 1958 and co-created by Moldoff) is conspicuous by his absence. The work was created in ink over graphite on two pieces of conjoined Bristol board with a combined matted image area of 18" x 14". Signed as "Bob Kane" in the last panel, the piece is matted to 23" x 18.5". Lightly toned, with some minor editorial blue pencil notations, it is in overall Excellent condition.

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Carlos Pacheco and Bob Wiacek Fantastic Four #416 Wraparound Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1996)....
Carlos Pacheco and Bob Wiacek Fantastic Four #416 Wraparound Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1996). This cover for the story "Onslaught: Phase 2" would be on the last issue of the initial run of this series. After this issue, the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, Captain America, Iron Man, and several other Marvel characters were pulled out of the Marvel Universe into a pocket dimension where they were drawn by Image Comics creators for a year. This wraparound image includes the FF (Reed Richards, Sue Richards, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm), along with many of their chief enemies... Doctor Doom, Dragon Man, Annihilus, Psycho Man, the Mad Thinker, the Super-Skrull, Puppet Master, the Wingless Wizard, and the Red Ghost with his Super-Apes. Created in ink over graphite on two conjoined sheets of bright white Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.75" x 15.25". The boards are joined with production tape on the reverse side. It is signed and personalized in the lower right of the cover. In Excellent condition.

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Hal Foster Tarzan Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-6-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932)....
Hal Foster Tarzan Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-6-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932). This Sunday titled "The Ape-Man and the Dinosaur" gives the reader plenty of both! Dynamic Hal Foster art showcases a great battle between Lord Greystoke and a Gigantosaurus from the story arc "Into the Primeval Swamp". Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.5" x 26.5". The logo is a modern day replacement that is taped lightly to the board. The board is toned, with edge and handling wear. It is affixed to a larger backing board measuring 27" x 34". In Very Good condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

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Keith Giffen and Wally Wood All-Star Comics #62 Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1976)....
Keith Giffen and Wally Wood All-Star Comics #62 Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1976). The remarkable diagram of the Justice Society's headquarters on the left is all original art, and includes such tiny details as the classic Batmobile with its bat-head front. This dates from the first year of Giffen's comics career and is an early appearance for Power Girl. Rounding out the Earth-Two lineup are Wildcat, Hourman, Hawkman, and Superman. In fact, that last panel is the very first full figure image of Superman in costume in this modern-day run (he had previously only been seen as a silhouette two pages earlier). Ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story "Something to Remember" Or... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story "Something to Remember" Original Art (Archie, 1961). A delightful story by the definitive Archie artist. "Men have no memory for women's clothes" as Archie is quick to point out, but Veronica thinks she can change that. Ink over graphite on board. Each page has an image area of 12" x 17.5". Staple holes. Excellent condition.

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Dick Sprang Batman #73 Cover Recreation Original Art (1990)....
Dick Sprang Batman #73 Cover Recreation Original Art (1990). A wonderful recreation of the cover for the Batman story that introduced the Joker's own utility belt. Both the original issue's cover and story were illustrated by Dick Sprang and Charles Paris, although the story was credited to Bob Kane. Dick Sprang was often referred to as the "Good Bob Kane" back in the days when few comics artists received credit on the printed page, and all Batman art was credited to Bob Kane. Even without the byline, Sprang's work was easy to spot, and has been popular with collectors for years. Unfortunately, much of his original art from the 1940s to his retirement in 1963 has been lost, making any original art by him highly desirable among collectors. The Joker's utility belt was a novel idea, but by story's end, the Clown Prince of Crime was done with it. Page six of the story gave a diagram of the Joker's Utility Belt, and comic fans love their diagrams of props. The belt would live on as this story was the inspiration for the Joker's first appearance on the TV Batman show in the episodes "The Joker is Wild"/"Batman Is Riled" that first aired on January 26th and 27th in 1966. It was the first time Cesar Romero played the Joker, which became the most enduring and iconic role of his long career. This re-creation was rendered in ink and opaque watercolor on bright white illustration board with an image area of 13" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #8 Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #8 Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1961). A fun page from the classic Silver Age story "The Challenge from 5700 A.D.", which saw Green Lantern defending Earth from invading lizard men in the far future. The nice large panels feature Hal Jordan and one of the menacing, Gila monster-like Zegors. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". In Excellent condition with mild toning.

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Mike Mignola Dark Horse Presents #151 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2000)....
Mike Mignola Dark Horse Presents #151 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 2000). Hellboy gets the squeeze put on him in this fantastic cover image for the story "The Nature of the Beast". The cover art was later reprinted in the trade paperback collection Hellboy #4 The Right Hand of Doom. It is one of only five Hellboy covers that Mignola ever drew for DHP. Created in blue pencil and ink on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 8.5" x 13.5". Signed and dated by Mignola in the image area, then signed and personalized again below that. In Excellent condition.

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Paul Smith and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #56 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Paul Smith and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #56 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Just the second Doctor Strange page by Smith we've ever offered, and one of Smith's earliest comic credits. Demonicus, Adria, and Kaecilius have tried to attack Strange in his Sanctum Sanctorum, and their poor judgment is about to catch up with them. It's beautifully inked by Austin. Also, the artists paid homage to Gil Kane's signature "nostrils up" pose in the last panel. Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Austin in the lower right.

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Gary Larson The Far Side Recreation Original Art (undated)....
Gary Larson The Far Side Recreation Original Art (undated). "The rare and timid prairie people" are featured in this wacky illustration that re-creates the daily from 11-25-82. There are differences from the published strip though the humor remains fully intact! Produced in ink, it has a matted image area of 7" x 5", and is mounted on an illustration board with a photocopy of the published comic strip. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and Dan Adkins Captain America #105 Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Dan Adkins Captain America #105 Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). Action in every panel as Cap takes on the Swordsman, who at the moment was part of the trio Batroc's Brigade. Signed by Kirby in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". Production staining affects the image in the first couple of panels. Hole-punched in the margins. Very Good condition.

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Bill Sienkiewicz JLA #59 Cover Original Art (DC, 2001)....
Bill Sienkiewicz JLA #59 Cover Original Art (DC, 2001). Cover for the story "Bipolar Disorder" was part of the "Joker: The Last Laugh" event. Featured on the cover are Superman, Batman, Flash, and Wonder Woman. Created on oversized Bristol board in ink and white paint over graphite with an image area of 14.5" x 22". Reproductions of the header, logo, and cover text were created and affixed to an acetate overlay that is lightly hinged to the top edge. The artwork is signed by Bill Sienkiewicz in the lower left. In Excellent condition.

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Norm Breyfogle Detective Comics #586 Cover Original Art (DC, 1988)....
Norm Breyfogle Detective Comics #586 Cover Original Art (DC, 1988). The Ratcatcher and his vermin horde converge on a battered Batman on this chilling cover, one of the most memorable from Breyfogle's run. Ink, white paint effects, and Zipatone over graphite on DC Sparta board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #8 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1961)....
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #8 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1961). Similar to the issue's cover, this stunning opening splash page for "The Challenge from 5700 A.D." is a must-have for any Green Lantern fan. The classic tale saw the inhabitants of a future-Earth bring Hal Jordan through time in a bid to defeat the Zegors, an invading race evolved from Gila monsters! This was the first of several stories set in the 58th century. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". In Excellent condition with some toning and minor soiling.

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Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story "The Bluest Angel" Origina... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #63 Complete 6-Page Story "The Bluest Angel" Original Art (Archie, 1961). A love-triangle story that was chosen for the Best of Dan DeCarlo collection by IDW a few years back. "The Blue Angel" is a swanky place where a tuxedo-clad Archie takes a dolled-up Betty, but our favorite blonde is feeling a bit guilty about outmaneuvering Veronica. Ink over graphite on board. Each page has an image area of 12" x 17.5". Pinholes. Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Carlos Pacheco and Art Thibert X-Men #62 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1997)....
Carlos Pacheco and Art Thibert X-Men #62 Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1997). Storm and Wolverine (during his feral, bone claws period) are the highlight of this variant cover for the "Games of Death Part 1" -- the first of Pacheco's run as series artist. Ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Don Heck and Wally Wood Avengers #20 Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Don Heck and Wally Wood Avengers #20 Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Nobody handled light and shadow quite like the masterful Wood! The Swordsman is trying to explain his actions, but Hawkeye and Captain America attack, and they find a way to squabble with each other while doing so. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.75". Some of the lettering in panel four is a hand-lettered paste-up. Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Bernie Wrightson London Super Comic Convention Program Guide Illustration Painting Original Art (2012)....
Bernie Wrightson London Super Comic Convention Program Guide Illustration Painting Original Art (c. 2000s). A tortured soul... with some mighty sharp fangs! The work was created in gouache on illustration board with an image area of 11" x 15". Signed in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Wally Wood Daredevil #5 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Wally Wood Daredevil #5 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). A Wood penciled and inked story is a pretty rare find! This was his first Marvel issue he had worked on since the 1950s. In this story he introduced the interlocking "Double D" chest emblem in this issue, and it and the horns were almost the only parts of the costume kept when Matt Murdock went to the all red togs in issue #7. The page is numbered as for Daredevil #6, however it was indeed published in issue #5 instead. Crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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Bob Powell and Wally Wood Daredevil #11 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Bob Powell and Wally Wood Daredevil #11 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Wood's ability to render sexy women is well-documented, as evidenced by his portrayal of Deborah Harris here! Daredevil sees through Deborah's wiles, but prize chump Foggy Nelson doesn't, in fact (ouch) he later married her. Daredevil is in five panels here, and we also get a shot of the Ani-Men. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Panels 1 and 4 have stripped-in lettering corrections sealed with tape on the back. There's a production stain on Ape-Man in Panel 1, and there's creasing in the margins outside of the image area. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Mick Austin Warrior #7 Cover Painting Marvelman/Miracleman Original Art (Quality Communications, 1982)....
Mick Austin Warrior #7 Cover Painting Marvelman Original Art (Quality Communications, 1982). Kimota! A stunning image of Britain's "World's Mightiest Mortal". In the 1950s, the original Fawcett Captain Marvel was published in the UK. When Fawcett ceased publication, the British publisher created their own thinly disguised version named Marvelman. In the early 1980s, Alan Moore revived the character here in Warrior. When the character was later re-imported to the US, he was required to change his name and became Miracleman at Eclipse Comics. This wonderful gouache painting is signed and dated in the lower left of the 13" x 18" matted image area. Matted to 20" x 25". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Murphy Anderson Hawkman #10 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1965)....
Murphy Anderson Hawkman #10 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1965). Anderson Hawkman pages have been one of the bigger bargains in Silver Age comic art lately, so "swoop in" to grab one before that changes! Great images of DC's winged warrior in action on this twice-up scale page, created in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the stat paste-up header). The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Frank Frazetta - Jongor Paperback Novel Preliminary Artwork Illustration Original Art (c. 1970)....
Frank Frazetta - Jongor Paperback Novel Preliminary Artwork Illustration Original Art (c. 1970). A fantastic design piece for one of the Jongor novel covers, most likely Return of Jongor. This piece is graphite and Grumbacher paint transparentizer. The irregularly cut piece of watercolor paper features the rough prelim and also a color pallet test. This paper measures 8" x 10". In Very Good condition. Comes with a COA signed by William Frazetta.

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03/08/2018
Paul Reinman Tales of Suspense #35 Complete 5-Page Story "Revolt of the Robots" Original Art (Marvel, 1962)....
Paul Reinman Tales of Suspense #35 Complete 5-Page Story "Revolt of the Robots" Original Art (Marvel, 1962). Talk about a story with relevance to the present day! "The robots are too strong ... too smart! How do we know we can trust them?" Hmm, did your Alexa device just bid for you without your even asking? Striking storytelling by Reinman throughout. The artist signed his name in panel two of the first page. Ink over graphite on board. Each page has an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Wally Wood pencils and inks with some great images of Matt Murdock (in costume and out), along with Karen Page and Foggy Nelson. The bottom tier features the head villain of the story... Zoltan Drago, Mr. Fear! His fear-gas may have Daredevil changing his nickname of "The Man Without Fear". Also of note, those wax statues in the last panel feature some great Wally Wood drawings of Spider-Man, Captain America, Electro, the Owl, Mysterio, Rama-Tut, and the Chameleon. The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Marc Silvestri and Dan Green X-Men #239 Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1988)....
Marc Silvestri and Dan Green X-Men #239 Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1988). The Marauder known as Malice, permanently bonded with the body of the X-Man known as Polaris after the events of the notorious "Mutant Massacre," has a bone to pick with Mister Sinister, who could not care less. A great page from Silvestri's memorable run, rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with some toning.

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03/08/2018
Al Feldstein A Moon, A Girl ... Romance #12 Page 1 Original Art (EC, 1950)....
Al Feldstein A Moon, A Girl ... Romance #12 Page 1 Original Art (EC, 1950). The striking logo for "Prison Widow" seen here is all original art, and the rest of the page is no less dramatic! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 17.75". Slight toning. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Joe Kubert Unpublished Hawkman Story Panel Page Original Art (DC, 1948)....
Joe Kubert Unpublished Hawkman Story Panel Page Original Art (DC, 1948). From early in the artist's long and incredible career, this is from a story that was slated for Flash Comics #97 but did not see print. Signed "Joe Kubert '97" in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on board with an image area of 13" x 18". Smudging and ink blotches outside the image area. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Basil Wolverton - Backward Illustration Original Art (1973)....
Basil Wolverton - Backward Illustration Original Art (1973). This poor guy doesn't know if he's coming or going. The caption on the back side reads "My mother was frightened by a backward husband and a rear exit sign." The piece was rendered in ink on 9" x 14.5" Bristol board. It is signed in the image area and personalized and dated 5-18-73. In Excellent condition. If you win this piece, we know you will look back on it and smile!

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03/08/2018
Jim Starlin and Dave Cockrum Captain Marvel #26 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Jim Starlin and Dave Cockrum Captain Marvel #26 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Shapely Lou-Ann helped frame Rick Jones for her father's murder, and Captain Marvel understandably wants to know why! Signed by Starlin at lower left. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14.25". The whole image is on a single piece of board attached to a larger board. The indicia are held together with tape, and attached to the board with tape. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Lou Fine Wonderworld Comics #10 Page 9 Original Art (Fox, 1940)....
Lou Fine Wonderworld Comics #10 Page 9 Original Art (Fox, 1940). The Flame stars on this early page penciled and inked by one of the all-time greats... Lou Fine. The February 1940 cover date means this was on the newsstands at the same time as Whiz #1 and More Fun #52, and we probably don't have to tell you that precious little superhero comic art survives from that era. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18" (the board is a huge 18" x 24"). The board is toned with tears at the edges and stains, creases, and smudging outside the image area. Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Syd Shores Captain America #108 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Syd Shores Captain America #108 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The Trapster is knocked down for the count, so now our hero can find the kidnapped Sharon Carter, right? Not so fast, as the baddie has more than just a paste pot in his arsenal now. Signed by Kirby in the last panel. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is toned and has typical production staining. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
John Byrne and Terry Austin X-Men #139 Page 27 Original Art (Marvel, 1980)....
John Byrne and Terry Austin X-Men #139 Page 27 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). One of the first pages to feature Wolverine in his brown costume, and the third appearance of Snowbird and Shaman of Alpha Flight. The genius of Austin's inking is even more striking on the original art than on the printed page, and Byrne as always was able to take a simple conversation and make it dramatic and interesting. Contrast Vindicator's look in the second-to-last panel with the next moment where he gets a reminder of his ol' pal's animalistic side. Not to forget some hints at Logan's murky past and a reference to the events of Hulk #181. Signed by both artists in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Three clipped corners. Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Luis Royo Hallowed Isle Hardback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (SFBC Fantasy, 2000)....
Luis Royo Hallowed Isle Hardback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (SFBC Fantasy, 2000). Created as the cover for Diana Paxson's fantasy novel, the piece was rendered in watercolor, airbrush acrylic, and oil on 19.5" x 25" paper with an image area of 12" x 17.5". It is signed in the image area, and again in the margin below. The painting was later also used as the cover for the European video game Tzar-Excalibur and King Arthur. In Excellent condition. Comes with a COA signed by Royo.

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03/08/2018
Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Wally Wood Daredevil #6 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Wally Wood only penciled and inked issues #5-8, and #10 of Daredevil (although he did provide layouts for issue #9), making any page of original art by him from those issue very rare and a real treat! On this page, DD faces the (unlikely) combined might of the Ox and the Eel! They are the muscle-men for Mr. Fear, as the Man without Fear finds himself "Trapped by the Fellowship of Fear". The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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John Totleben Miracleman #14 Story Page 4 Original Art (Eclipse, 1988)....
John Totleben Miracleman #14 Story Page 4 Original Art (Eclipse, 1988). Miracleman prepares to meet with the Warpsmiths on this page, but was he prepared to see Miraclewoman Avril again? What started as reprints of Fawcett Comics' Captain Marvel, then was turned into Britain's own Marvelman when Fawcett ceased publication, was revived by Alan Moore in the early 1980s in the UK published Warrior Magazine. When Eclipse Comics attempted to bring the character to the US, it wasn't DC Comics (current holders of the rights to Captain Marvel) who objected. It was actually Marvel Comics who complained. So the character and series name was changed to Miracleman instead. This stunning Totleben page was created edge-to-edge in ink, marker, and white paint on 12" x 18" Bristol board. Signed by Totleben in the lower left. Some of the text is paste-up and/or text correction paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Paul Reinman The Shadow #1 Cover Original Art (Archie, 1964)....
Paul Reinman The Shadow #1 Cover Original Art (Archie, 1964). Walter B. Gibson's best-known pulp hero lurks in shadows on this cover created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 21". The logo, cover blurb, and lower cover text are all paste-up. The art is creased across the center from side-to-side. Matted out to 20" x 27". In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Thor #152 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Thor #152 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The last installment of the "Origin of the Inhumans" backup feature begins with Triton seeking to learn more about the human race. Kirby chooses an unusual "camera angle" (compare and contrast with Neal Adams' splash page for Avengers #95) but as usual, it works. The cigar-chomping fellow in the foreground made us think of Kirby himself. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". A tape pull at lower right affects a tiny corner of the image. Hole-punched in the margins. Production staining. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Steve Ditko Haunted #7 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1972)....
Steve Ditko Haunted #7 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1972). Large art, with the image area an impressive 12.5" x 19". Ditko has some history with spiders as you well know, but any Marvel art by him with a spider on it fetches a king's ransom, and forget about ever having a shot at a Marvel cover. So here's an alternative that's very appealing indeed. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. The piece was folded in half at some point and retains the horizontal crease, and there's a tear at right that reaches the panel border. Creasing outside the image area and handling wear. Good condition.

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Sheldon Moldoff and Joe Giella Detective Comics #328 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1964)....
Sheldon Moldoff and Joe Giella Detective Comics #328 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1964). "Gotham Gang Line-Up!" was one of the first adventures for the "new-look" Batman. This page kicked off Part 2 of the story. Not only are Batman and Robin in a line-up here, but they end up in a jail cell in the last panel. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up header). The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #11 Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1974)....
Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing #11 Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1974). The "man" once known as Alec Holland laments his fateful transformation into the Swamp Thing. A dramatic page from the Swamp Thing's first series, boasting large, richly detailed panels. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with mild toning and tape at the top and bottom edges.

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03/08/2018
John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna Deathstroke #17 Variant Cover Original Art (DC, 2016)....
John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna Deathstroke #17 Variant Cover Original Art (DC, 2016). The Terminator rises from a Lazarus Pit on this dramatic variant cover from the 2014-16 ongoing series. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Steve Rude "Superman in World War II" Painting and Preliminary Original Art, Signed Limited Edition #1/100 Print Group of 3 (2...
Steve Rude "Superman in World War II" Painting and Preliminary Original Art, Signed Limited Edition #1/100 Print Group of 3 (2016). No one in the industry can imbue a figure with such grace and power at the same time! There is always a romantic softness to Rude's work, even if the character is catching bombshells with his bare hands! A truly stunning piece in opaque watercolor on 22" x 15" Bristol board. Signed and dated in the image area, and again on the reverse side. Comes with a signed Limited Edition #1/100 print of the image, and the preliminary layout piece on illustration board with an image area of 10" x 7". In Excellent condition. Comes with a COA from Rude Dude Productions.

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Steve Rude "Batman in World War II" Painting Original Art (2016-17)....
Steve Rude "Batman in World War II" Painting Original Art (2016-17). The Dark Knight versus the Third Reich! Batman is thick into a fist fight with fascists on the docks of Gotham Harbor on this amazing opaque watercolor painting by the astounding talent of Steve Rude! The painting was started in 2016, and finished on the Fourth of July in 2017. Holy Independence Day, Batman! The work measures 23" x 17" on the bright white illustration board. In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-18-17 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1917)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-18-17 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1917). Oh the irony! Buster Brown torments a shoemaker on this Sunday! Buster Brown was one of the earliest and best-marketed comic strip product endorsement mascots. In 1904, R. F. Outcault appeared at the St. Louis World's Fair where he sold up to 200 licenses for companies to use Buster Brown characters to advertise their products. Buster Brown Shoes were introduced at this 1904 World's Fair. This Sunday full of revenge-gone-wrong was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The main image area measures 18.75" x 20". The topper tier is a separate section of Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 3.75". Both of these are partially hand-colored in watercolor as per the process of the time. The main section is very toned, has been folded in half, and has edge wear, with pinholes in the image area. The topper section is lightly toned, with pinholes in the margins. The main section is in Good condition, and the topper is in Very Good condition. Comes with a tearsheet of the printed comic. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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John Totleben Miracleman #13 Story Page 16 Original Art (Eclipse, 1987)....
John Totleben Miracleman #13 Story Page 16 Original Art (Eclipse, 1987). Miracleman is wandering around Olympus on this lovely page by part of the famed Swamp Thing team of writer Alan Moore and artist John Totleben. With only two panels, this is almost a splash page. The first panel inspired the cover image. This page was created edge-to-edge in ink over graphite on 12" x 17" Bristol board. There are some printed paste-up text corrections. In Excellent condition.

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Will Eisner The Spirit #3 Complete 1-Page Story "The Spirit's Dictionary for Adult Comic Book Readers" Original Ar...
Will Eisner The Spirit #3 Complete 1-Page Story "The Spirit's Dictionary for Adult Comic Book Readers" Original Art (Harvey, 1967). Created for issue #3 of this series, however that issue was never released. The page did eventually see print in Denis Kitchen's Kitchen Sink Press Will Eisner's The Spirit Magazine #33 in 1982. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 12.5". The "©1966 Will Eisner" strip along the lower image area is held in place with production tape. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Neal Adams Conan the Barbarian #37 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
Neal Adams Conan the Barbarian #37 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). Adams penciled just two issues of this title, so there's not much art to go around! Conan gets a bit of help from the Kushite named Juma on this page created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a taped-on text correction in Panel 4, a production oil stain in Panel 5, and some minor staining in Panels 7-8. The entire bottom edges of all bottom panels have some production tape on them, holding on the plug for Amazing Spider-Man #131, and the page number. The margins have production tape residue, and a bit of production oil staining. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Page 15 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999)....
Mike Mignola Hellboy: Box Full of Evil #1 Page 15 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Hellboy and Abe Sapien are brought down by occultist Igor Bromhead and his gun-toting chimpanzee henchman. Great artwork by Mignola, who has stated that his design for Bromhead is based on actor Peter Lorre. The work is rendered in ink over blue pencil on Dark Horse Comics art board with an image area of 8.75" x 13". In Excellent condition, signed by Mignola in the lower left.

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03/08/2018
Michael Kaluta Batman Annual #12 Cover Original Art (DC, 1988)....
Michael Kaluta Batman Annual #12 Cover Original Art (DC, 1988). This stunner is only the second Batman-related cover by Kaluta that we've had the opportunity to offer. It harkens back to the Dark Knight Detective's "gothic" heyday of the 1970s, during which Kaluta contributed several Batman and Detective Comics covers. The story is a throwback as well, involving a haunted mansion, a family with dark secrets spanning generations, supernatural forces, and -- of course -- murder. Ink over graphite on DC Sparta board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". In Very Good condition, with some toning, and areas of adhesive residue. Inscribed and signed by Kaluta in the UPC box.

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Dale Keown Weapon X V3#1 Variant Cover Wolverine, Sabretooth, and Lady Deathstrike Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Dale Keown Weapon X V3#1 Variant Cover Wolverine, Sabretooth, and Lady Deathstrike Original Art (Marvel, 2017). Marvel's unofficial claw-squad charges into action on this amazing cover that was a retailer incentive variant cover inserted at 1-in-25 copies ordered. Created in ink over graphite edge-to-edge on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Mark Bagley and John Dell Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3 Splash Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Mark Bagley and John Dell Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3 Splash Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 2017). The Web-Spinners (a group of novice vigilantes inspired by Spider-Man who wear replicas of Spider-Family costumes) race into action on this page from the recent ongoing series. Spider-Gwen is featured in the inset; look closely, and you'll see her in the background of the splash panel as well. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". In Excellent condition, signed by Bagley at the top.

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John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #171 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1985)....
John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #171 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1985). Conan is stackin' 'em up and layin' 'em out on this cover. In fact, the cover is so violent that Marvel censored the image by removing the blood from the blade on the printed version. The scene is somewhat reminiscent of the classic Frazetta "Conan the Destroyer" cover painting. Created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". There is a modern-day reproduction stat of the logo on a flip-over acetate layer. The art board is toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Tim Sale Batman: The Long Halloween #4 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1997)....
Tim Sale Batman: The Long Halloween #4 Splash Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1997). The Joker is ready to ring in the New Year, and he thinks this year is gonna be a killer! Thankfully Batman is resolved to stop him, as Batman attempts to find the Holiday Killer. The splash page was created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed and dated by Sale in the image area, and then signed and dated again just below that. The text on the page is stat paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #144 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1983)....
John Buscema Conan the Barbarian #144 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1983). Conan faces the right arm of the Dragon of Solvantha on this cover. Okay, he faces the rest of the dragon also, but that's all off-cover. You have your standard woman-in-distress who needs saving, so that makes this a complete Conan image. Created in ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Signed by Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter in the sign-off box in the lower margin. The logo, corner box, and price/issue box are all stat paste-up. The reverse side of the board has a great image of an older warrior. In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-31-15 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1915)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-31-15 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1915). What could be more "Halloween" than a talking dog trying to buy cigars? Tige was the first talking dog in comic strips, and this is an unusual one in that he talks to someone other than Buster Brown and that person answers him as if that is normal! Wacky fun created in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The main strip has an image area of 18.75" x 20". It has pinholes in the side margins and some in the image area. The topper portion is on a separate piece of Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 4". The right edge is worn and ripped, and there is a 5.25" rip running from the bottom edge up into the image area. The topper section is in Good condition, and the main section is in Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Robert Crumb Mr. Natural Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-9-76 (Village Voice, 1976)....
Robert Crumb Mr. Natural Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-9-76 (Village Voice, 1976). From the running "Mr. Natural" feature in this beloved alternative weekly newspaper. The story arc concerned Mr. Natural being put into a mental Institution, and this is the very page where his friends have him committed! "So long, Finks!" The strip was reprinted in The Complete Crumb Comics Volume 11. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 9". Toned and in Very Good condition.

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Joe Kubert and Dick Giordano Batman #319 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980)....
Joe Kubert and Dick Giordano Batman #319 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980). Jim Craddock, the Gentleman Ghost, is featured on this cover for the Len Wein story "Never Give Up The Ghost!" Originally a Hawkman villain co-created by Joe Kubert himself, over the years the Ghost has crossed paths with the Atom, Flash, Superman, and even the New Teen Titans. A great cover produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The DC bullet, logo, price box, CCA stamp, cover blurbs, UPC box, and even the artist signatures are all stat paste-ups. The toned page is in Very Good condition.

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Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom Marvel Universe: The End #4 Splash Page 8 Thanos Original Art (Marvel, 2003)....
Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom Marvel Universe: The End #4 Splash Page 8 Thanos Original Art (Marvel, 2003). Thanos narrates this tale titled "Contamination", and this page features Thanos as he attempts to seize infinite power. Sure, he's tried this before, and it has never worked out for him. But this is Thanos, and that is what he does. Created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". Signed by Starlin in the lower margin.

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Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #50 Splash Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #50 Splash Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Dormammu is manipulating minds on this page that features his image looming in the background, along with Adolf Hitler, Sir Anthony Baskerville, and Viscount Heinrich Krowler. And yes, that is Clea floating helplessly on the right side. The page was created in ink over Zipatone over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page was signed by Terry Austin in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Jr. Wolverine V3#20 Wizard World Texas/"Brown Costume" Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2004)....
John Romita Jr. Wolverine V3#20 Wizard World Texas/"Brown Costume" Variant Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2004). From the first part of the "Enemy of the State" story arc by Marc Millar. The color version of this cover image was distributed at a ratio of only 1 in 65, making it very rare. The pure pencil version was used as the Wizard World Texas exclusive edition, making it even more rare. Created in pure graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Jim Starlin Warlock V2#6 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992)....
Jim Starlin Warlock V2#6 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1992). It's all-out battle, as you like it! Featured on this cover are: Adam Warlock, Captain Mar-Vell, Captain America, Spider-Man, the Vision, Thor, Thanos, Moondragon, the Thing, and the Beast! The crowded cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, Marvel "M", issue/price book, UPC box, and lower title caption are all stat paste-ups. There is a Marvel Bristol board frame affixed to the top of the margins of the art. Signed by Starlin in the lower frame margin. In Excellent condition.

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Mark Bagley Spider-Man #234 (Marvel Legacy Numbering) Legacy Lenticular Variant Cover The Sinister Six...
Mark Bagley Spider-Man #234 (Marvel Legacy Numbering) Legacy Lenticular Variant Cover The Sinister Six Original Art (Marvel, 2018). Miles Morales (the new Spider-Man) faces the (new) Sinister Six! The new version of the classic Spidey Rogue's Gallery was formed by Iron Spider (who possessed a repainted version of the golden spider-armor Peter Parker briefly wore), Hobgoblin, Sandman, the new Electro, Bombshell, and Spot. It is a tribute to the "Jazzy" John Romita Sr. variant cover for Amazing Spider-Man Annual #6 from 1969. Created in ink over graphite on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. Signed by Bagley in the lower left. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Dillon Preacher #44 Page 1 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1998)....
Steve Dillon Preacher #44 Page 1 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 1998). The story "Custer's Law" kicks off with a bang on this page created in ink over blue pencil on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 14.5" (including the stat paste-up indicia). In Excellent condition.

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Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-23-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916)....
Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-23-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916). Titled "Oh, Yes. This is on Smithy", it's a good example of a bad boy. Smithy was the only child in the series that was even more of a holy terror than Buster Brown. Here, Buster turns the tables on Smithy. Great images of Tige the talking dog as well. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 20". The strip is partially colored as per standard processes at the time. Each character, item, and background was watercolored the first time it shows up as an example for the printer to use as a guide for the rest of the strip. Also note the lettering in Panel 9 indicating to follow color guide for Panel 4. Panel 11 has two spots of ink stains in the art/lettering. Also of note, on the reverse side is Outcault's hand-written note giving the text in the "Resolved" caption of the last panel. There is a small bit of the bottom left corner missing. Overall the strip is in Very Good condition. Comes with a tearsheet of the printed comic strip. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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Humberto Ramos Deadpool Team-Up #889 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2010)....
Humberto Ramos Deadpool Team-Up #889 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 2010). The 'Pool, and Gorilla-Man (from Marvel's Agents of ATLAS series) are goofing around on this cover with a "Hear No Evil/See No Evil/Speak No Evil" theme. The story "Conquest of the Island of the Apes" is full of monkeys, mayhem, and the Merc' with a Mouth! This image was created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is an acetate overlay that has paste-up reproductions of the logo and corner box. In Excellent condition.

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Steve Ditko Ghostly Tales #90 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1971)....
Steve Ditko Ghostly Tales #90 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1971). This piece has many of the features you would expect in a Ditko cover... off-kilter panel construction, spooky magic, lots of trippy special effects, and his stylized people. The cover was created in ink over graphite on Charlton cover-stock Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19". The Charlton logo was printed on the board. The price/issue box, the CCA stamp, and the logo are all stat paste-ups. The cover text is printed paste-up that has discolored over time. After the fact, someone has created a low-res reproduction of the "All New Stories and Art" banner and affixed that directly to the art board at the top of the page. There are minor stains in the image area (above the painting, and above the central magician). In Very Good condition.

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John Buscema Silver Surfer #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 1990s)....
John Buscema Silver Surfer #1 Cover Recreation Original Art (c. 1990s). One of the most easily recognizable images of the estranged herald of Galactus, here it is reproduced in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with a matted image area of 9.5" x 14.5". First time to market from the original owner. Signed by Buscema in the image area. Matted to 15" x 19.5". In Excellent condition.

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Carmine Infantino Showcase #13 Flash Cover Recreation Original Art (1994)....
Carmine Infantino Showcase #13 Flash Cover Recreation Original Art (1994). Carmine Infantino re-creates his own cover for this classic tale. It was only the Silver Age Flash's third appearance, and he wouldn't get his own title for almost a year after this. Created in mixed media on oversized 17" x 23" Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". It is signed and dated 9-19-94 in the lower right. There is a minor crease in the top left marginal area. In overall Excellent condition.

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Humberto Ramos Deadpool Team-Up #893 Cover Captain Britain Original Art (Marvel, 2010)....
Humberto Ramos Deadpool Team-Up #893 Cover Captain Britain Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Deadpool is enjoying a proper cuppa on this cover with a bit of nationalism-swapped humor. Captain Britain makes quite the Yank on this cover created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is an acetate overlay that has low-res reproductions of the corner box and logo. Signed by Ramos in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Joe Simon Adventure Comics #90 Cover Recreation Original Art (undated)....
Joe Simon Adventure Comics #90 Cover Recreation Original Art (undated). Joe Simon re-creates this classic Golden Age cover featuring Sandman (Wesley Dodds) and Sandy the Golden Boy. Sandman was a founding member of the Justice Society of America (before he adopted this yellow and purple costume). Simon and Kirby were regular artists on Sandman's features during the period he wore this costume. The art was created in ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board with a matted image area of 18" x 24". Signed in the lower section of the mat opening. Matted out to 24" x 30" and in Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Avengers #145 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Gil Kane and Dan Adkins Avengers #145 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1976). The Assassin tosses some pics of his next targets... Captain America, the Vision, Iron Man, Thor, and Hawkeye! On the printed cover the image was tilted slightly and the Iron Man "Polaroid" was repositioned to better accommodate the logo. The cover for the story "The Taking of the Avengers!" was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo and header info was all a stat reproduction that has been affixed directly to the board. In Very Good condition.

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Mike Mignola Batman #426 Cover "A Death In the Family" Original Art (DC, 1988)....
Mike Mignola Batman #426 Cover "A Death In the Family" Original Art (DC, 1988). Part 1 of the infamous "A Death in the Family" story arc that ultimately resulted in the death of Robin II (Jason Todd). A great cover with a grim looking Batman, it pre-dated Mignola's Hellboy work by a full five years. Created in ink on DC cover stock with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, DC bullet, price/issue box, CCA stamp, and cover text are all stat paste-ups. The cover text is on an onionskin overlay that has been trimmed and placed on the right side. There is an art correction paste-up on Batman's head. The cover board is toned, with frame burn. Signed in the image area and again in the lower margin. Matted and glass front framed to 16.75" x 22.5". In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #57 Sandman Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #57 Sandman Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Sandman is a formidable foe as demonstrated here, and Sinnott's inking conveys the impact of the villain's sandblasting attack. Also, check out that great image of the Thing in Panel 2. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 19.5" (including the stat paste-up banner at the bottom). The bottom page banner is plugging the animated cartoon of the time period, and the banner is held on with production tape. The toned page is in overall Excellent condition.

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Howard Chaykin American Flagg! #27 Cover Original Art (First, 1985)....
Howard Chaykin American Flagg! #27 Cover Original Art (First, 1985). The adventures of porn-star-turned-cop Reuben Flagg were unlike anything else the comic shop had to offer, as was Chaykin's distinctive art. Chaykin is a fan of classic illustrators, and it shows in his striking cover design. The "Lustbusters" story arc, by the way, including this entire issue, was written by the great Alan Moore. Signed in the image area. Ink over graphite on Duoshade board with an image area of 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Amazing Spider-Man #109 Story Page 10 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 197...
John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Amazing Spider-Man #109 Story Page 10 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Doctor Strange is helping Spider-Man save the life of Flash Thompson on this page created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Bob Brown and Don Heck Avengers #120 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1974)....
Bob Brown and Don Heck Avengers #120 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). This title/splash page for the Steve Englehart story "Death-Stars of the Zodiac" features the Vision, the Swordsman, Iron Man, Thor, and the Scarlet Witch as they face off against Taurus (Cornelius Van Lunt) and his Zodiac of crime. The page was produced in ink over blue pencils on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13.5". The header paste-up strip is missing, leaving glue residue behind. The toned page has production oil stains. The page is signed by Frank Giacoia in the top margin (Giacoia inked the cover for this issue). In Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Lucy and Snoopy Original Art dated 1-19-74 (United Feature Syndicate, 197...
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Lucy and Snoopy Original Art dated 1-19-74 (United Feature Syndicate, 1974). Strips with Lucy's Psychiatric Help booth are on the list of "Most Sought-After" for Peanuts collectors. And Doctor Lucy is "IN" with a surprisingly sound assessment that is likely even more true some 40 years later than it was at the time! Created in ink on Bristol board with an image area of 27" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel, and open front framed to 33.75" x 12.25". The strip has previously been folded between panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. There is a minor stain on Snoopy in Panel 2, and some very minor soiling in the other panels. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. Amazing Spider-Man #119 Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
John Romita Sr. Amazing Spider-Man #119 Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). It's a treat to see Romita's rendition of the Hulk! And of course the artist's familiar rendition of Spidey never gets old. Greenskin is busting up a dam near Montreal in this memorable crossover issue. The page was both penciled and inked by Romita (with an assist from Tony Mortellaro on background inks). Signed by Romita in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". A piece of tape extends into panel one and is discolored. Typical production staining, though barely noticeable. Very Good condition.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 8-14-78 (United Feature Syndicate, 1978)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Snoopy Original Art dated 8-14-78 (United Feature Syndicate, 1978). Scout Master Snoopy is leading Woodstock and some of his feathered friends on a hike. A fine strip created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21" x 5". Personalized and signed as "Charles Schulz (Sparky)" in the lower margin. There are some minor stains in the last two panels. The strip has been previously folded down the middle between the panels to allow it to be sent to and from the syndicate. In Excellent condition.

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Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) "Meanwhile at the Sweetshop II" Batman and Catwoman Painting Original -
Olivia (Olivia De Berardinis) "Meanwhile at the Sweetshop II" Batman and Catwoman Painting Original Art (2016). The deliciously evil Catwoman (as played by the incomparable Julie Newmar), and the pure-hearted Batman (as portrayed by Adam West) share an ice cream soda in this charming piece by fan-favorite painter Olivia. The artist finalized just two paintings featuring this pair - a study of this work was auctioned previously by Heritage and realized $10,157. High on camp and over-the-top performances by Hollywood legendary actors, the 1960s Batman TV show still resonates strongly with the fans of today. The scene being portrayed is from the "Catwoman Goes to College" episode of the TV show. This piece was crafted in oil (with some metallic paint) on a 12" x 16" wooden panel. The "slightly distressed" look of the background is actually the varnished wood panel showing through the periwinkle paint strokes. It has been open front framed to 13.75" x 17.75". Signed in the lower right of the image area, and again on the back of the wooden panel. The stunning work is in purrrr-fectly Excellent condition.

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Barry Smith and Frank Brunner Marvel Premiere #4 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1972)....
Barry Smith and Frank Brunner Marvel Premiere #4 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Doctor Strange faces off against "The Spawn of Sligguth" in this Lovecraftian story created by four amazing creators from Marvel's Bronze Age... writer and co-plotters Archie Goodwin and Roy Thomas teamed with Penciler Barry Windsor-Smith and inker Frank Brunner! Some powerhouse talent on one titanic tale! It's just the second Marvel credit of Brunner's career. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is toned, with some production oil stains. There are production tape residue marks in the margins, and production tape holding on the "continued..." strip at the bottom right. Signed by Windsor-Smith in the lower left. In Very Good condition.

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Bernie Wrightson Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein Unused Illustration Original Art (c. 1975)....
Bernie Wrightson Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein Unused Illustration Original Art (c. 1975). As noted on page 284 (with this art appearing on page 285) in the book Berni Wrightson: A Look Back, this was the very first illustration produced by Wrightson for his seminal Frankenstein adaptation. Wrightson was not completely satisfied with how the Monster's face turned out, and as a result never finished inking the piece. The Marvel illustrated novel was one of the two most defining works by the celebrated Master of the Macabre (the other being his work on DC's Swamp Thing). Whereas Heritage has offered a few pieces of art from this classic horror tale before, as this was where he began his journey working on this six-year project, it makes this one of the most significant pieces from the book we have ever seen. Created in ink and graphite, the work is signed in the matted 14" x 20" image area. It is Plexiglas front framed to 20.25" x 26.25". In Excellent condition.

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George Tuska and Johnny Craig Iron Man #9 Splash Page 1 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
George Tuska and Johnny Craig Iron Man #9 Splash Page 1 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1969). You would be forgiven if you thought this was a page from the Hulk's own book, but it is actually the first page of the Archie Goodwin story "...There Lives a Green Goliath" that pitted ol' Jade Jaws against the mechanized might of the Mighty Iron Man! Ok, it's actually a Hulk robot... but still that's a wonderful page created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page has production tape holding on the "continued..." strip in the lower right, and the page number. In Excellent condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Captain America #138 Page 18 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Captain America #138 Page 18 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1971). It's John Romita Sr. art on ol' web-head again as Spider-Man guest-stars on this page with Captain America! John Romita, Sr. inked his own pencils on this page, with assists from Tony Mortellaro. The page is produced in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by Romita Sr. in the bottom margin. Slight toning, with some production oil stains in places, the page is in Very Good condition otherwise.

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Dan Adkins Strange Tales #168 Cover Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1968)....
Dan Adkins Strange Tales #168 Cover Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1968). The final issue of the original series. This over-sized cover was created in many parts, affixed to a 13.25" x 20.5" Bristol board for support. The top portion (including the corner box, logo, and figures are Yandroth and Victoria Bentley) are a single stat paste-up. The bottom section containing Doctor Strange is an original art paste-up affixed to the board. It seems to cover up original art as well. There are at least six sections on this board. The CCA stamp in the top right corner is missing. The toned page is in Good condition.

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Steve Bissette and John Totleben Saga of the Swamp Thing #38 Cover Original Art (DC, 1985)....
Steve Bissette and John Totleben Saga of the Swamp Thing #38 Cover Original Art (DC, 1985). Looking at this art up close will give you new appreciation for the artistry of Bissette and Totleben. The intricate crosshatching translated only partially to the printed page, and this and other effects ensure that each of the creatures is creepy in its own individual way! Of course this is from the classic run of Alan Moore as writer of the title. Signed by both artists in the bottom margin. Ink and white paint over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Slightly toned. DC logo stat is attached with tape. There's a half-inch tear at right that does not reach the image area. Very Good condition.

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Don Heck and Chic Stone Tales of Suspense #64 Splash Page 1 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1965)....
Don Heck and Chic Stone Tales of Suspense #64 Splash Page 1 Iron Man Original Art (Marvel, 1965). As we see Tony Stark working on Iron Man improvements, we are reminded that the suit is what keeps him alive. The page was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The Iron Man logo is a stat paste-up. The toned page has stains in the lower right and right side. In Very Good condition.

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Herb Trimpe The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1984)....
Herb Trimpe The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones #16 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1984). The sight of Indy, a steamer vessel, and a submarine reminds us of a classic scene in "Raiders of the Lost Ark," and note that the ship's name written on the life preserver is Bantu Wind, the ship from the movie. Trimpe took the time to draw roughly 30 characters into the scene, and our count might be low! Signed in the image area and in the bottom margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". Staple holes in the margin. There's a glue stain where the UPC box was located. Very Good condition.

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John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Amazing Spider-Man #109 Story Page 5 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1972...
John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro Amazing Spider-Man #109 Story Page 5 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1972). With the Sorcerer Supreme playing such a large part in the story "Enter: Dr. Strange!" you might think this was Marvel Team-Up instead. The astral Doctor was trying to help Spidey find his friend Flash Thompson. The page was created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The "continued..." strip is held on with production tape. In Very Good condition.

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Don Heck and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Avengers #27 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1966)....
Don Heck and Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray) Avengers #27 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1966). Cap's Kooky Quartet were "Four Against the Floodtide" in this story that pits them against the Atlantean army of Attuma. On this page you can see Hawkeye, and even Quicksilver (if you look quickly). The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There is a bit of whiteout art correction on the page, and a minor bit of staining in Panels 2 and 4. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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Peter Poplaski Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays Volume 1 Cover Original Art and Color Guide (IDW, 2015)....
Peter Poplaski Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays Volume 1 Cover Original Art and Color Guide (IDW, 2015). A large and impressive piece for this book that covered the Superman Sunday comic strips from 1949-53. Created in ink over graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 21". The color guide was created by printing the line art on two pieces of paper which were then hand-colored with crayon. They are matted next to each other and glass front framed to 38.5" x 29.5". In Excellent condition.

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Gene Day Master of Kung Fu #112 Cover Shang-Chi Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Gene Day Master of Kung Fu #112 Cover Shang-Chi Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Shang-Chi is about to "Commit and Destroy" his opponents on this cover produced by the late, great Gene Day. Shang's left arm was altered in the printed image, however this is the original un-altered art. There are some very minor slight slits around this chest area that indicate at one point there may have been a layer of Zipatone that was pulled off before the image was published. The cover is ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The board is toned; otherwise, in Excellent condition, with great eye-appeal.

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Charles Schulz Peanuts Original Art dated 11-12-69 (United Features Syndicate, 1969)....
Charles Schulz Peanuts Original Art dated 11-12-69 (United Features Syndicate, 1969). Peppermint Patty and Franklin get the entire strip to themselves this time! Two of the fan-favorite supporting characters. The daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.25" x 5.5". It has been folded between panels to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Kirby and George Roussos (as Geo. Bell) Fantastic Four #24 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Jack Kirby and George Roussos (as Geo. Bell) Fantastic Four #24 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1964). This page features Mr. Fantastic, the Thing, and the Human Torch from the story "The Infant Terrible!" by Lee and Kirby. It was a tale that would have been at home on TV's The Outer Limits, as an alien is wreaking havoc on Earth... until its parents show up to take it home! This page is jam-packed with Kirby perspective and detail as a horde of robot soldiers march through New York City streets. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Signed by Kirby in the lower margin. The "continued...." strip is held on with production tape. In overall Excellent condition.

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Go Nagai Psycho Armor Govarian Anime Painting Original Art (Knack Productions, c. 1980s)....
Go Nagai Psycho Armor Govarian Anime Painting Original Art (Knack Productions, c. 1980s). The Japanese anime series Psycho Armor Govarian premiered on TV Tokyo in 1983. In the vein of Mazinger Z, and Mobile Suit Gundam, it found an audience easily. Series creator Go Nagai is well-known to fans for his 1970s creations of Cutie Honey, Devilman, and Mazinger Z. The similarity between this new series and Go Nagai's previous Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger was not coincidental, and was in fact at the express demand of Knack Productions. Original artwork from the hand of the creator of the "piloted-mech anime" genre is rare, so fans should buckle in and take note of this piece. A stunning work in gouache that is framed to approximately 21" x 29.5". There is a very minor scuff line approximately an inch inside the frame on the lower right. In otherwise Excellent condition. Signed "Go. Ko." in the lower right, the "Ko" referring to the artist's wife Sumiko. The painting had been a "thank you" gift from the newlywed couple to a friend; hence the two sets of initials.

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Winsor McCay (as Silas) Dream of the Rarebit Fiend Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (New York Herald Tribune, c. 19...
Winsor McCay (as Silas) Dream of the Rarebit Fiend Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (New York Herald Tribune, c. 1905). Winsor McCay is well-known for his Little Nemo in Slumberland comic strip that featured a fanciful dream usually ending with Nemo falling out of bed and waking up. This strip did not feature recurring characters at all. Instead it featured a recurring situation... someone has Welsh Rarebit for dinner, then has a bizarre dream and the strip ends with them waking up. The comic strip was created in ink over graphite on 11 sections of Bristol board. They are arranged and affixed to a matting board backing with an image area of 13.5" x 19.25". The boards have waterstains, pinholes, and overall toning. Matted to 18.25" x 24.25". In Good condition.

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Winsor McCay New York American "Born In The Brain" Editorial Cartoon Original Art dated 7-2-22 (New York American,...
Winsor McCay New York American "Born In The Brain" Editorial Cartoon Original Art dated 7-2-22 (New York American, 1922). Winsor McCay was the creator of the first animated feature Gertie the Dinosaur, and also the long-running and beloved cartoon strips Little Nemo in Slumberland, and Dream of a Rarebit Fiend. Here, his fine detail is simply staggering... from the cross hatching on the pachyderm to the shadowing on the USS Leviathan itself. An enormous amount of work, especially considering the significant scale at which it was produced. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.5" 10.5", matted to 32" x 16". Signed in the image area. Toned, with a minor bit of soiling from a previous (slightly smaller) mat. In Very Good condition.

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Luis Royo Heavy Metal V24#6 (January-2001) Cover Painting Original Art (Heavy Metal, 2001)....
Luis Royo Heavy Metal V24#6 (January-2001) Cover Painting Original Art (Heavy Metal, 2001). The title for this 2000 painting is "La Tentacion de Julie Smith [The Temptation of Julie Smith]" It could well have been titled "Julie Smith's Tentaculation". Luis Royo is a prolific painter, and in fact, reportedly has had more published covers on Heavy Metal than any other single artist. A wonderful piece in oil on 24" x 19.5" Bristol board. It is signed and titled just under the 19" x 14.5" image area. In Excellent condition. Comes with a COA signed by Royo.

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Dan Adkins Strange Tales #162 Story Page 3 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1967)....
Dan Adkins Strange Tales #162 Story Page 3 Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Fantastic images of Baron Mordo and Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme from the story "From the Never-World Comes... Nebulos!" A magical page with stunning portrait close-ups of Mordo in Panel 2 and Doctor Strange in Panel 6. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". Panel 4 has an area of whiteout covering hand-lettering so the bottom caption box could be moved to the lower right. The page is remarkably white, given that it is over 50 years old! Wow! Matted to 16" x 23.75". In Excellent condition.

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Will Eisner and Wally Wood The Spirit Weekly Newspaper Section Story Page 6 Original Art dated 7-27-52 (Register a...
Will Eisner and Wally Wood The Spirit Weekly Newspaper Section Story Page 6 Original Art dated 7-27-52 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1952). Will Eisner invited writer Jules Feiffer and artist Wally Wood to produce the weekly Spirit Section for a few weeks. This was concurrent with some of Wood's EC Comics work. Eisner wanted to send the Spirit to the Moon, as the Space Race was really heating up in the world and in public interest at the time. This board is noted as for the 8-3-62 issue of the series; however, it was actually in the 7-27-52 issue instead. The story was titled "Outer Space" and it was the first part of the "Spirit on the Moon" story arc. In fact, this very page is where Denny Colt, along with shipmates Spider and Dutch, launch. Rich with Wally Wood's lush inks and intricate backgrounds, this page is a blast! Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Signed by Eisner in the bottom margin. The strip name and page number are stats stapled to the top of the board. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-17-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940)....
George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-17-40 (King Features Syndicate, 1940). Ignatz the Mouse kicks the bucket in this wacky strip. Plus we get a rare visit to Kolin Kelly's brickworks. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.5" x 22.25". Signed in Panel 14. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Wally Wood Weird Science #22 Cover Original Art (EC, 1953). The cover blurb promised "Incredible -
Wally Wood Weird Science #22 Cover Original Art (EC, 1953). The cover blurb promised "Incredible Science-Fiction Stories" and that is exactly what EC delivered! Comic book scenes such as this cover would help inspire the 1958 classic cult-favorite horror movie The Blob! Also inspiring is that fantastic Wally Wood art. This is a particularly nice piece, and features his "Old English" font signature in the lower left of the ink over graphite 13.5" x 19.5" image area. Created on EC Bristol board. The logo and all header elements are stat paste-up, as is the blurb across the bottom of the image area. Toned, with a bit of whiteout art correction. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Rowena (Rowena Morrill) Rowena Fantasy Art Trading Cards Box Art Cover Painting Original Art, Binder, and 36-Pack ... (Total: 3 Items)
Rowena (Rowena Morrill) Rowena Fantasy Art Trading Cards Box Art Cover Painting Original Art, Binder, and 36-Pack Display Box of Cards Group of 3 (FPG, 1993-94). This painting titled "Fiery Vision" was commissioned as the display box cover art for Rowena's 90-card trading card series, and also used as the cover for the matching card binder. The original oil painting was created on 20" x 29" illustration board. It is signed in the 17" x 23" image area. There is sticky tape residue and minor staining in the margins of this piece; however, the image area is in Excellent condition. Also included are a full box of 36 unopened card packs in an unused display box, and one of the 9-pocket card binders complete with the limited edition "Transformation" card released in the inside front cover pocket. These are all in Excellent condition also.

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03/08/2018
Al Feldstein Weird Fantasy #8 Story Page 7 Original Art (EC, 1951)....
Al Feldstein Weird Fantasy #8 Story Page 7 Original Art (EC, 1951). The action is coming to a head on this next-to-the-last-page of the the classic Bill Gaines/Al Feldstein story "The Origin of the Species!" Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The lightly toned page is signed and dated by Feldstein (7/2008) twice in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
José Luis García-López and Frank McLaughlin DC Comics Presents #41 Superman and the Joker Page 1 Original Art (DC,...
José Luis García-López and Frank McLaughlin DC Comics Presents #41 Superman and the Joker Page 1 Original Art (DC, 1982). This splash page is almost the same scene as the issue's cover, as 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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03/08/2018
Steve Ditko and Paul Reinman Tales of Suspense #49 Story Page 2 The Angel Original Art (Marvel, 1964)....
Steve Ditko and Paul Reinman Tales of Suspense #49 Story Page 2 The Angel Original Art (Marvel, 1964). Iron Man is in only his second issue wearing his new red and gold armor, and the Angel's appearance marks the first appearance of any of the X-Men outside of the team's regular series. It was released the same month as Avengers #3 and X-Men #3. Also of note, the page has an atomic test blast. All in all, a page with many great features. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Neal Adams Green Lantern #89 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1972)....
Neal Adams Green Lantern #89 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1972). A key page from the Denny O'Neil story "...And Through Him Save a World..." features a very frustrated Oliver Queen who just gassed his best friend and gets yelled at about it, but not for the reason you would expect. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Toned, with some production tape on the "continued..." strip in the bottom right. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
John Romita Sr. Captain America #139 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Romita Sr. Captain America #139 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Steve Rogers joins the Police Force in this issue (but he doesn't stop being Captain America on the side). It's a striking cover created in ink over blue pencil on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed at the bottom of the image area. The corner box, logo, star burst caption, and the policeman's cap are all stat paste-ups. The word balloons and bottom caption banner are all hand-lettered paste-ups. The stat paste-ups are starting to discolor, and all paste-ups are starting to come loose. There is a glue residue stain on the Police uniform next to the badge, and a production oil stain in the bottom margin. Overall the page is in Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Nick Cardy Teen Titans #36 Cover Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Nick Cardy Teen Titans #36 Cover Original Art (DC, 1971). Robin (Dick Grayson), Wonder Girl (Donna Troy), and Kid Flash (Wally West) race to action on the cover for the Bob Haney story "The Tomb Be Their Destiny". The cover was created in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board. That was trimmed and affixed to a larger DC Sparta cover stock Bristol board where stat elements for the side bar, header, and all cover text were added for an image area of 10" x 15". Some of these stats (and even the central original art section) are coming loose. Speedy's name is missing from side bar, and the spine paste-up is missing. Overall in Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Enric (Enrique Torres-Prat) Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen Painting Original Art (c. 2010s)....
Enric (Enrique Torres-Prat) Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen Painting Original Art (c. 2010s). Famed for his work on Vampirella covers, here the master painter Enric turns his attention to the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen. Here she sits on the Iron Throne (as she should) in regal beauty. Created in oil on loose canvas, and signed in the lower right of the 19.75" x 27" image area. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #22 Story Page 8 Black Canary and Hawkman Original Art (...
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #22 Story Page 8 Black Canary and Hawkman Original Art (DC, 1963). From the second part of the first ever JLA/JSA team-up, this Gardner Fox story was titled "Crisis on Earth-Two!" The page features the Golden Age (Earth-2) characters Hawkman and Black Canary. The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the stat paste-up header). Lightly toned, and the red ink on the header has diffused into the stat. Overall in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Gene Colan and Wally Wood Captain America #127 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1970)....
Gene Colan and Wally Wood Captain America #127 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). This story was the one and only time we could find Gene Colan inked by Wally Wood. And this is the first page from that story that Heritage has ever offered! When you combine Colan's moody pencils and smooth-flowing action with Wood's lush inks, the result is fantastic. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are production oil stains in most of the panels on the lightly toned page. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Dave Cockrum Red Sonja #15 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
Dave Cockrum Red Sonja #15 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Vampires are closing in! This is just the second cover from this series we've had the privilege to offer, and there's far too little supply to satisfy Red Sonja lovers. Alas, the cover blurb "Sonja's last stand" was true, as this was the final issue of the original series. The cover was created in ink over graphite on World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, header info, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. The puss-faced fellow on the right's head is a stat paste-up as well. There is some whiteout original art on the page, a bit of glue residue near some of the paste-up in the header, and a production oil stain in the lower right corner. Overall in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Neal Adams and Dick Giordano All-New Collectors' Edition #C-56 "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali" Page 44 Original Art (D...
Neal Adams and Dick Giordano All-New Collectors' Edition #C-56 "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali" Page 44 Original Art (DC, 1978). Pallas Athene, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom, appears to referee "the Greatest" and his space alien opponent in the heavyweight boxing match that rocked the comics reading world. Adams was the perfect choice (perhaps the only choice) to illustrate this saga, and Giordano was inspired and laid down some of his finest inks. The page is signed by both Giordano and Adams in the bottom margin. Giordano's signature is slightly faded. Produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 15". It is slightly toned with a bit of production tape residue in the margins, and the top right corner is trimmed. There is also tape residue on the back from a previous mounting; otherwise, the image area is in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Curt Swan and John Forte Superman #137 Story Page 26 Original Art (DC, 1960)....
Curt Swan and John Forte Superman #137 Story Page 26 Original Art (DC, 1960). Heritage has only ever offered about five pages by Curt Swan that were older than this one. The last page of "Chapter III: Superman vs. Super-Menace" features the end of the Super-Outlaw. The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 19" (including the stat header paste-up). The header has a small rip and wrinkle; otherwise, the page is in Excellent condition. But wait... there's more! Let's talk about that custom wood frame by Dan Makara. It houses the UV glass front mat and page in a stylish array of decoupage images of Superman and related characters. They are parts and pieces from actual comic book pages and covers, including a portion from the cover of this very issue dead center in the top and bottom edge. Also of note is the Curt Swan signature that is imbedded in the lower edge of the frame as well. Other characters surrounding this stunning page are Beppo the Super-Monkey, Supergirl, Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy, Krypto, Comet the Super-Horse, Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Batman, Aquaman, and Green Lantern. Even Bob Hope and Jerry Lewis make the scene! The bottom portion of the frame also sports the DC/National Comics bullet taken from a comic book spin rack of the 1960s. This is one classy presentation for a fantastic Curt Swan page. The detailed Dan Makara frame can be seen online at HA.com.

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03/08/2018
Robert Crumb - Placemat Sketch Original Art (1992)....
Robert Crumb - Placemat Sketch Original Art (1992). Underground cartoonist Robert Crumb is virtually a walking encyclopedia of 1920s-'30s musical knowledge, which is showcased in one of the sketches on this sheet of textured placemat paper. The first drawing here is noted as "Harry Charles, Atlanta Businessman who sent 'Buddy Boy' Hawkins to record for the Paramount Company in 1927" (Walter "Buddy Boy" Hawkins recorded only 12 songs between 1927 and '29, but is now considered a major figure in black country music). Next to Mr. Charles is a detailed drawing of a man wearing a tuxedo with the date October '92 written below. Finally, we have a scene with a man and woman having a conversation, with the woman standing in front of a framed image of a man in glasses (R. Crumb himself perhaps, wearing a tux). These drawings look remarkably similar to the work Crumb was doing at the time for David Zane Mairowitz's book on Franz Kafka, which was first released in 1993. The overall art image size measures 11" x 7.5" on paper with a folded size of 14" x 10.5". As is typical of the many placemats Crumb drew on while waiting for his meal, there are a few stains; fortunately none appear in the image area. The first drawing does have a bit of added whiteout correction fluid (Crumb never leaves home without a bottle). Very Good overall condition.

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03/08/2018
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Black Panther #7 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
Jack Kirby and Mike Royer Black Panther #7 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Black Panther is getting the job done on this page from the story "Drums!" Some great dynamic action and layout, created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, with a bit of production tape residue in the margins. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
John Buscema and Alfredo Alcala Tarzan #8 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
John Buscema and Alfredo Alcala Tarzan #8 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Part 7 of the Roy Thomas adaptation of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel "Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar". This issue was titled "The Man and the Mangani". A striking cover as Tarzan leads his band of Mangani apes against men with guns. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". Signed by both creators in the top margin, and again with monographs in the lower image area. A low-res reproduction print of the logo, corner box, and all header elements has been affixed directly to the artboard. The lightly toned page is in Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Robert Crumb "Dopey Dawg" Placemat Sketch Original Art (1997)....
Robert Crumb "Dopey Dawg" Placemat Sketch Original Art (1997). For many, many years, compulsive doodler Robert Crumb would travel with a sketchbook and his ever-ready mechanical pen. He's filled more sketchbooks than even he could keep track of. Crumb spends a lot of time eating out, and while waiting for his meal to arrive, he would take his paper placemat and fill one side with various doodles, cartoons, sketches of other patrons, or himself in comical situations. In fact, there have been three Waiting For Food volumes of these sketches published over the years. We suspect more than a few meals were paid off with these little masterpieces. This is one of them, with an unusual twist. The drawing, dated July '97, is in ink on the reverse side of a brown craft paper placemat, as a four-panel comic strip featuring a new character, Dopey Dawg. Dopey resorts to a primal scream to shake off an anxiety attack, with an overall image size of 6" x 4.5". The twist is on the front of the placemat -- it's from Le Micocoulier, a restaurant in Sauve, France, where Crumb has lived since 1991. Crumb himself did a drawing of the front of the building, which is printed twice, with a hand-lettered logo, all in green ink. Overall placemat size is 15.5" x 11.75, folded to showcase the hand-drawn art on the back. Sketch side is unsigned, but the printed art includes his "R. Crumb" signature. Very Good overall condition.

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Robert Crumb - Placemat Sketch Original Art (c. 1980s-90s)....
Robert Crumb - Placemat Sketch Original Art (c. 1980s-90s). A parade of odd and unusual characters inhabits this off-the-wall placemat drawing from the incomparable Robert Crumb. For many years, Crumb was known to pull out his ever-ready mechanical pen and doodle on his placemat when at a restaurant, waiting for his order to arrive. This particular piece is undated and unsigned, but clearly in his unmistakable style, on what appears to be a large, textured paper towel (but with no perforations), measuring approximately 15" x 8.25". The inked figures include a Rabbi-type with a word balloon saying "Oy Gevalt" (Yiddish for "Oh, God!" or "enough, already!") standing behind a 1940s Nazi officer; a man with a flat-top haircut who looks a bit like Charles Crumb Sr. (Robert's father); a slender mechanical man (with a penis) saying "Hup!" while gesturing with his hands; an annoyed-looking man wearing a derby (with a bit of whiteout correction fluid added -- Crumb always carries a bottle); a horned demon (with an even larger penis), and finally, a smaller, wild-eyed demon. We can only imagine what thoughts were filling Robert's head that night! Image sizes range from 1.5" to 3.5"; combined image size is 13.75" x 4". As is typical with Crumb placemat drawings, there are a few small food stains. Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Ramona Fradon and Bob Smith Super Friends #38 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980)....
Ramona Fradon and Bob Smith Super Friends #38 Cover Original Art (DC, 1980). "The Fate of the Phantom Super Friends" featured the four-armed alien Grax as a villain. A wonderful cover, it has most of the Super Friends on it... Wonder Woman, Batman and Robin, Superman, and Zan and Jayna (the Wonder Twins). The cover was created in ink over graphite on DC Sparta cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, CCA stamp, all word balloons, and the bottom banner text are stat paste-ups. The image of Seraph is original art. The top banner and DC bullet paste-ups are missing, leaving glue residue in their place. The lightly toned board is in Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
John Buscema and Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian #72 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
John Buscema and Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian #72 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Conan and the pirate queen Bêlit lead a boarding party on this ship-board battle scene from the story "Vengeance in Asgalun". The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by John Buscema in the top margin of the lightly toned page. There is some production tape residue in the margins. In Excellent condition. As a hidden bonus, there are a couple of nice portrait graphite loose sketches on the reverse side of the board.

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John Buscema and Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian #75 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
John Buscema and Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian #75 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). One of the best Conan panel pages we have ever offered, and arguably the single most action-packed. Before this titanic battle with a huge crocodile, Conan had previously finished off both a Hawk-Rider and his giant hawk mount. A wonderfully exciting battle scene created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page is signed by Buscema in the top margin. There is production tape residue in the margins. In Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Ernie Chan Ghost Rider #30 Cover Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
Ernie Chan Ghost Rider #30 Cover Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Doctor Strange guest-stars on this cover for the story "The Mage and the Monster." A fiery motorcycle is the last thing you want in your library, and Chan ably documents the carnage! The cover image was created in ink over graphite on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The corner box, logo, header, cover text, and Strange's word balloon are all stat paste-ups. There are production oil stains on the left and right, and bottom... some in the image area. In Very Good condition.

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03/08/2018
Whitman Artist Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Magic Dolls Box Art Illustration Painting Original Art and Toy Group of 2 (Wh... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Whitman Artist Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Magic Dolls Box Art Illustration Painting Original Art and Toy Group of 2 (Whitman/Hanna-Barbera, 1965). These stone-age cuties had just been introduced on the Flintstones cartoon in 1963, so they were still quite the media sensation at the time this toy was released. Charming paintings of the pair are the highlights of this lot. These images were used to create the chit-board paper doll bases used in this set (you can see the extended color borders to account for the die-cut process). The image measures 11" tall on the bristol board. There are original art sections of Bristol (or paper) added to their bases, and Pebbles' is coming loose. Matted between them is the gouache painted box cover art with an acetate overlay for all of the box text. Dino makes an appearance on one of the side panels. These are all in Excellent condition and glass front framed to 38.5" x 27.5". As a huge bonus... this lot also includes a copy of the boxed toy set itself! The printed fold-out has the clothes for the couple (to be cut out). There are eight panels on the fold-out, and it appears two panels were already cut out and included as well. The original art is in Excellent condition, and the boxed toy is in Good condition. The Magic Dolls toy is not listed in Hake's Guides.

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03/08/2018
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #14 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1962)....
Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #14 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1962). Hal Jordan faces the sonic menace of Sonar for the first time in the John Broome story "The Man Who Conquered Sound!" A clever use of his green power ring saves the Green Lantern on this page created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on very white Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (includes stat paste-up header). Matted and UV glass front framed to 21" x 27.5". The page is gorgeous, and in Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Bob Brown and Fred Ray Tomahawk #16 Cover Original Art (DC, 1953)....
Bob Brown and Fred Ray Tomahawk #16 Cover Original Art (DC, 1953). The cover pitches the anchor story for the issue, "The Riddle of the Fort Mystery!" An exciting cover image created by Bob Brown, with an original art paste-up by Fred Ray for Tomahawk's head and shoulder (Ray had drawn the character since his earlier appearances in Star Spangled Comics). The page was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17.75". The logo, DC bullets, and issue info are stat paste-ups. The price paste-up is missing. The header banner is a hand-lettered paste-up. The top part of the "T" and the tomahawk art on the logo stat are an origin art replacement. Overall, the cover is in Excellent condition. It is Plexiglas front framed with a stunning decoupage wooden frame created by Dan Makara. The frame features images from this, and other comic book appearances of Tomahawk. The detailed Dan Makara frame can be seen online at HA.com.

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03/08/2018
Mort Drucker MAD #191 Complete 7-Page Story "Marathon Man" Parody Original Art (EC, 1977).... (Total: 7 Original Art)
Mort Drucker MAD #191 Complete 7-Page Story "Marathon Man" Parody Original Art (EC, 1977). From the Thou Shalt Not Drill Dept.: Master caricature artist and one of the old-school Usual Gang of Idiots that abound at MAD magazine, Mort Drucker turns out seven pages of celebrity caricatures that will put a stitch in your side. Dustin Hoffman finds himself in a "Marathon Mess" with Laurence Olivier, Roy Scheider, and William Devane. So many bad jokes you will feel like you have run a marathon! The pages were created in ink and ink wash over graphite on oversized Bristol board with an average image area of 17" x 20". All text is stat paste-ups, some of which are missing, and some of which are starting to come loose. Overall the pages are in Very Good condition with very high eye-appeal.

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03/08/2018
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #182 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Daredevil #182 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Frank Castle (the Punisher) is relaxing in the big house while the wheels of this plot turn in the story "She's Alive". This was one issue after the death of Elektra in #181. Fans of the Daredevil and Punisher series on Netflix should take note, as this era of Daredevil was a huge influence on those story arcs. The 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 lightly toned page. The Punisher's hands are stats in Panels 3-6, and his head is a stat in Panels 4-6. The marginal corners are trimmed. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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03/08/2018
Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 9 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966)...
Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 9 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The Hulk has his own Planet of the Apes moment in the last panel as he discovers proof that the desolate world he is on is in fact the Earth of his future. Created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Aside from the text and the image of the Hulk, the rest of Panel 5 is an original art paste-up art correction. The page has a production oil stain in the upper left, just into the image area. There is also a stain in the lower left of Panel 1, and a very faint stain on Hulk's finger in Panel 4. In Very Good condition.

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Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 10 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966...
Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo) Tales to Astonish #75 Story Page 10 Hulk Original Art (Marvel, 1966). The incredible Hulk takes on a strange array of fighting men in the future and finds that "Not All My Power Can Save Me!" This last page of the tale was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The lightly toned page has production oil stains in the sides and bottom panel. There is a missing stripped-in text correction in the first panel. Overall, the page is in Very Good condition.

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