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Adventure Comics 398 Cover
Dick Giordano
Dick Giordano Rules and Kara Zor-El is hot!!
Title: Adventure Comics
Issue: 398
Art Type: Cover
Year: 1970
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Dick Giordano
Inker: Dick Giordano
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Amazing Spider-Man Annual, Issue 2, Page 50 Pin-Up
Steve Ditko
As Ditko pin-ups go, this hits a bulls-eye on a number of levels. You have a wonderful villain in the Crime-Master with a very eerie look to him, which is captured nicely by Ditko's style. Also this splash has a real pre-hero feel to it. Recently it was revealed that a collector turned down $500,000 for an early Spider-man splash.
Title: Spider-Man Annual
Issue: 2
Page: 50
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1965
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5x12.5
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
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Unexpected, Issue 210, Cover, Signed
Rich Buckler
I have finally found the Vampire Ape cover you've always been dreaming of. Operators are standing by to part you of your money for this exquisite piece of art.
Title: Unexpected
Issue: 210
Art Type: Cover
Year: 1980
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Rich Buckler
Inker: Dick Giordano
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What If?, Issue 8, Page 31
Alan Kupperberg
What if was such a great series. I'm happy to be offering a page from early in the run. The Owl and Daredevil together - now that's classic.
Title: What If?
Issue: 8
Page: 31
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1978
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 002-307
Penciler: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Jim Mooney
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Tales to Astonish, Issue 75, Page 8
Gene Colan
Sub-mariner Colan pages don't get better than this. You have Subby flying with his beloved Lady Dorma in every panel. 'Nuff said.
Title: Tales to Astonish
Issue: 75
Page: 8
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1966
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5x12.5
Penciler: Gene Colan
Inker: Vince Colletta
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Master Comics: Capt. Marvel Jr., Issue 123, Complete 10 Page Story
Kurt Schaffenberger
A ten page Golden Age hero story for $3500? Sounds like a baaargan (insert Boston accent). Just about every page is a quality page.
Title: Master Comics
Issue: 123
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1951
Publisher: Fawcett
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Kurt Schaffenberger
Inker: Kurt Schaffenberger
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Master Comics, Issue 4, Page 11
This comic book page from 1940 could very well be your earliest piece of art. Don't miss the shot of the harem girl in the first panel.
Title: Master Comics
Issue: 4
Page: 11
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1940
Publisher: Fawcett
Dimensions: 19"x14"
Penciler:
Inker:
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Marvel Two-In-One Annual, Issue 1, Page 37
Sal Buscema
I love any throw back pages to the days of World War II. Those eclectic heroes just do it for me.
Title: Marvel Two-In-One Annual
Issue: 1
Page: 37
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1976
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Sal Buscema
Inker: John Tartaglione
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Master of Kung Fu, Issue 78, Page 15
Mike Zeck
Zeck fans should come running to get their hands on this exquisite Master of Kung Fu page. This page has so many wonderful elements.
Title: Master of Kung Fu
Issue: 78
Page: 15
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1979
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Mike Zeck
Inker: Al Gordon
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Mystery In Space, Issue 75, Page 2
Carmine Infantino
It's not often you have the great DC art duo of Infantino/Anderson drawing the Justice League. Fortunately it happened on this special issue of Mystery In Space.
Title: Mystery in Space
Issue: 75
Page: 2
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1962
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Murphy Anderson
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New Teen Titans, Issue 10, Cover, Signed
Rich Buckler
Why pay 10k to 15k for a Perez Titans cover when you can own this Buckler cover for a fraction of the price?
Title: New Teen Titans
Issue: 10
Art Type: Cover
Year: 1985
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Rich Buckler
Inker: Romeo Tanghal
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Legion of Super-Heroes, Issue 283, Page 25
Howard Bender
Legion fans are a breed unto themselves but, overall, a good bunch. Here’s what I consider a good example of Legion art – I’ll leave it for their discerning tastes to let me know if I’m right.
Title: Legion of Super-Heroes
Issue: 283
Page: 25
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1982
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Howard Bender
Inker: Bruce Patterson
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Mystery In Space, Issue 72, Page 5
Carmine Infantino
This page represents the best art duo that DC has to offer, Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson. There aren’t many early Mystery In Space pages on the market – especially one as dynamic as this one.
Title: Mystery in Space
Issue: 72
Page: 5
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1961
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Murphy Anderson
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Justice League of America Variant
Mike Allred
All the Justice League beautifully rendered by Mike Allred. That Mike, quite the talent. Catwoman alone is worth the price of admission.
Title: Justice League America
Issue:
Art Type: Cover
Year: 2014
Publisher:
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Mike Allred
Inker: Mike Allred
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Joe Shuster Studio Unpublished Superman Story
Joe Shuster Studio
You can count on two hands the amount of Superman published pages that exist from the 1940's. This is an unpublished work from the 40's. The reason this page, and a few others like it, exist today is because it was intended to be used at a later time but wasn't. It likely remained in the hands of the artist and was saved from destruction. VERY rare to find an example from this period depicting both Superman and his arch-nemesis, Luthor.
Title:
Issue:
Page: 9
Art Type:
Year: 1944
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18x13
Penciler: Joe Shuster Studio
Inker: Joe Shuster Studio
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Iron Man, Issue 200, Cover Recreation, Signed
Bob Layton
There's a strong argument that this cover is better than the published cover. I love having the old armor strewn about by his feet.
Title: Iron Man
Issue: 200
Art Type: Recreation
Year: 1985
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Bob Layton
Inker: Bob Layton
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Jumbo, Issue 161, Page 4
Jack Kamen
When was the last time you saw a Jack Kamen page, especially one with such a beautiful girl? Certainly my first published Kamen piece.
Title: Jumbo
Issue: 161
Page: 4
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1952
Publisher: Fiction House
Dimensions: 18"x12.25"
Penciler: Jack Kamen
Inker: Jack Kamen
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Just Imagine Stan Lee, Creating Sandman, Back Cover
Adam Hughes
Adam Hughes is really becoming one of the most sought after artists of this generation. This piece demonstrates how far he's come in his craft. Just look how the material falls and comes to life.
Title: Just Imagine Stan Lee
Issue:
Art Type: Sketch
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Adam Hughes
Inker: Adam Hughes
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Justice League of America, Issue 24, Page 9
Mike Sekowsky
I put this up because it has nice sci-fi elements to it and is a very affordable page. You could spend a lot more on a more dynamic page but this may fit the bill for the collector seeking a nicely rendered page which also has heroes on it.
Title: Justice League of America
Issue: 24
Page: 9
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1963
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Mike Sekowsky
Inker: Bernard Sachs
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Phantom Zone, Issue 1, Page 23
Gene Colan
WHAT?! A Superman page with Superman being heroic?? And not getting his ass kicked??
Title: Phantom Zone
Issue: 1
Page: 23
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1981
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Gene Colan
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
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Justice League of America, Issue 7, Page 11
Mike Sekowsky
Here we have a page with Green Lantern and his alter ego Hal Jordan. It's also nice to see him using his power ring on a page.
Title: Justice League of America
Issue: 7
Page: 11
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1961
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Mike Sekowsky
Inker: Bernard Sachs
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Showcase '94, Issue 2, Page 20
Christian Alamy
I almost feel I have to sensor this page it's so gruesome. The Joker at his most macabre.
Title: Showcase '94
Issue: 2
Page: 20
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1994
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Christian Alamy
Inker: Rudy Nebres
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Tales of Suspense, Issue 42, Page 1
Steve Ditko
If you're looking for a pre-hero Ditko splash this should certainly appeal to you. The haunted house canvas is such a wonderful platform for Ditko to weave his magic. There's no doubt about the eerie nature emitting from this page.
Title:
Issue: 42
Page: 1
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1963
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5x12.5
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
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Superman, Issue 220, Page 10, Splash
Curt Swan
Finding art from the few issues that featured both Flash and Superman in their famous races is a rare thing indeed. I gave up $5000 in art about seven years ago for this piece, and was happy to do so.
Title: Superman
Issue: 220
Page: 10
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1969
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Curt Swan
Inker: George Roussos
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Superman, Issue 214, Page 1, Splash, Signed
Curt Swan
Superman in action as opposed to being subdued. These 70's Curt Swan splashes have been gaining a lot of momentum recently.
Title: Superman
Issue: 214
Page: 1
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1974
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Curt Swan
Inker: Vince Colletta
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Tales of Suspense, Issue 42, Page 2
Steve Ditko
If you like Ditko's pre-hero work, this page should appeal to you. Nothing like an eerie haunted mansion as a canvas for Ditko's creative mind.
Title: Tales of Suspense
Issue: 42
Page: 2
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1963
Publisher:
Dimensions: 18.5x12.5
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
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Tales of Suspense, Issue 56, Page 9
Gene Colan
My daughter always thought that anytime you include a unicorn in the story it can only make it better . . .
Title: Tales of Suspense
Issue: 56
Page: 9
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1967
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5"x12.5"
Penciler: Gene Colan
Inker: Frank Giacoia
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Tales to Astonish, Issue 75, Page 4, Splash
Gene Colan
This piece of art is for those people not looking to spend 10K or more for a Gene Colan Sub-Mariner splash. I’ve often thought this has a nice moody feel with Subby carrying Lady Dorma into the light.
Title: Tales to Astonish
Issue: 75
Page: 4
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1966
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5"x12.5"
Penciler: Gene Colan
Inker: Vince Colletta
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Tales to Astonish, Issue 74, Page 10, Signed
Gene Colan
What a powerfully rendered half-splash, of the Sub-Mariner in battle, Gene Colan has created on this page. An equivalent Iron Man page would run you thousands more.
Title: Tales to Astonish
Issue: 74
Page: 10
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1965
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5"x12.5"
Penciler: Gene Colan
Inker: Vince Colletta
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Supergirls, Pin-up Calender
Jim Steranko
We would all like to have a Steranko piece in our collection. Unfortunately there is a very limited amount of his art to be had. I'm very excited that I can offer Miss March from the Supergirls Pin-Up Calender. The art speaks for itself. I certainly don't need to embellish it.
Title: The Supergirls
Issue:
Art Type: Poster
Year: 1972
Publisher: Supergraphics
Dimensions: 18.5"x14.5"
Penciler: Jim Steranko
Inker:
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Superboy, Issue 127, Page 1, Splash
George Papp
There's such a corny innocence to DC art. Luckily, Superboy didn't have any repellent on him or it would have been bye-bye to Lana. DC Superboy splashes are a rare find from the 60's.
Title: Superboy
Issue: 127
Page: 1
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1966
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 16"x12"
Penciler: George Papp
Inker: George Papp
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Showcase '94, Issue 2, Pages 16 & 17
Christian Alamy
If you ever wanted to see what goes on in the Joker's mind, well here you go. A freakishly haunting page for all you freaks out there.
Title: Showcase '94
Issue: 2
Page: 16
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1994
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Christian Alamy
Inker: Rudy Nebres
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Iron Man, Issue 10, Page 8
George Tuska
Iron Man, the Mandarin, and Fury all on one page? Nice. We know how hot Iron Man pages are ever since Robert Downey Jr revived the franchise.
Title: Iron Man
Issue: 10
Page: 8
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1969
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: Johnny Craig
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Rangers Comics, Issue 43, Page 4
Bob Lubbers
All I can say is I've never gone fishing and caught anything like that before. Nothing like a little bondage to keep the collectors happy.
Title: Rangers Comics
Issue: 43
Page: 4
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1948
Publisher: Fiction House
Dimensions: 18.5"x12"
Penciler: Bob Lubbers
Inker: Bob Lubbers
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Smash Comics, Issue 45, Page 2
Ed Cronin
A Nazi officer brutalizing a prisoner? How shocking! Where else can you buy comic art from the war years for a few hundred bucks?
Title: Smash Comics
Issue: 45
Page: 2
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1943
Publisher: Quality Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Ed Cronin
Inker: Ed Cronin
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine N-Vector, Issue 3, Cover, Signed
Toby Cypress
This is for the Trekkie fans out there. I never get any covers from this series.
Title: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine N-Vector
Issue: 3
Art Type: Cover
Year: 2000
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Toby Cypress
Inker: Mike Martin
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Super-Villain Team-Up, Issue 7, Page 22
Herb Trimpe
Growing up this used to be one of my favorite titles. How often do you get a chance to buy a battle page featuring Doctor Doom?
Title: Super-Villain Team-Up
Issue: 7
Page: 22
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1976
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Herb Trimpe
Inker: Pablo Marcos
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Super Friends, Issue 37, Page 10
Ramona Fradon
The Super Friends at a comic book show where they are selling comic books and comic book art. COOL! I think that says it all.
Title: Super Friends
Issue: 37
Page: 10
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1980
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
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Plop, Cover, Unpublished, Signed
Basil Wolverton
What's great about this unpublished Plop cover is that it has all the original stats that would have been used for the original cover. It's unfortunate that Wolverton was very limited in the work he did in comics. He's undeniably a master in his craft.
Title: Plop
Issue:
Art Type: Cover
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Basil Wolverton
Inker: Basil Wolverton
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Hawk and Dove, Issue 4, Page 23
Gil Kane
What a really fun page this is. Yes, we have a terrific fight scene but my favorite panel is the last one, zero in on the floor and you'll know what I mean.
Title: Hawk and Dove
Issue: 4
Page: 23
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1968
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Gil Kane
Inker: Sal Trapani
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Beware the Creeper, Issue 2, Page 3
Steve Ditko
If you take a close look at this page you would swear Peter Parker and Harry Osborne were the main characters. It's a good thing that this page is not from the year prior or it would be thousands more considering it would probably be a Spiderman page. Creeper pages have been inching up considering the price of other Ditko pages.
Title: Beware the Creeper
Issue: 2
Page: 3
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1968
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
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Aventures of Jerry Lewis, Issue 104, Page 1
Neal Adams
C'mon…where else can you buy a kick-ass splash of Jerry Lewis illustrated by Neil Adams? You've got to admit, it's pretty adorable.
Title: Adventures of Jerry Lewis, The
Issue: 104
Page: 1
Art Type: Splash
Year: 1968
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 13x10
Penciler: Neal Adams
Inker: Neal Adams
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Avengers, Issue 33, Page 3
Don Heck
It’s clearly evident that Hawkeye is going to be playing a prominent role in any future Avengers movies and comic books. Here we have a wonderful example of him using his unique talents. These pages have been undervalued for a long while.
Title: Avengers
Issue: 33
Page: 3
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1966
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 18.5"x12.5"
Penciler: Don Heck
Inker: Don Heck
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Black Widow Pen and Ink Sketch, Signed
Bob Layton
Ya know, I look at this Black Widow commission and say to myself "Hey Self, that Layton guy doesn't suck".
Title:
Issue:
Art Type: Sketch
Year: 1981
Publisher:
Dimensions:
Penciler: Bob Layton
Inker: Bob Layton
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Blue Beetle, Issue 21, Cover, Signed
Chris Wozniak
If you've been looking for a Blue Beetle bondage cover I'll gladly hook you up.
Title: Blue Beetle
Issue: 21
Art Type: Cover
Year: 1987
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Chris Wozniak
Inker: Chris Wozniak
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Captain America, Issue 148, Page 7
Sal Buscema
What a nice combination of characters and artists we have in this page. You have the Sleeper, Red Skull, and Captain America drawn by one of the masters, John Romita Sr.
Title: Captain America
Issue: 148
Page: 7
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1972
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Sal Buscema
Inker: John Romita
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Brave and the Bold, Issue 34, Page 16
Joe Kubert
Here is a historic page from Hawkman's first appearance in the Silver Age. Kubert really brought this character to life. First appearances and origins are the most highly sought after art pages in this collectible.
Title: Brave and the Bold
Issue: 34
Page: 16
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1961
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18x13
Penciler: Joe Kubert
Inker: Joe Kubert
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Avengers Annual, Page 26
Jackson "butch" Guice
Two of the greatest Marvel hero teams of all time doing battle. 'Nuff said.
Title: Avengers Annual
Issue: 12
Page: 26
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1983
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Jackson "Butch" Guice
Inker: Rick Magyar
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Atom, Issue 19, Page 20
Gil Kane
Collectors have been asking me for a Zatanna page for years. Here we have her vulnerable and sexy in her trademark fishnet stockings. The rest of the panels are also pretty dynamic.
Title: Atom
Issue: 19
Page: 20
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1965
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
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Adventure Comics, Issue 208, Page 8
Curt Swan
I never get to see Superboy pages from the 1950's. The comics are hard enough to find. A very stylish page with Superboy using his powers.
Title: Adventure Comics
Issue: 208
Page: 8
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1955
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Curt Swan
Inker: Bruno Premiani
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Action Comics, Variant Cover
Mike Allred
If you love the 60's Batman series then you should really appreciate what a masterful job Allred did on this cover. All of your beloved villains are there, being dastardly as usual. I hope you recognize Burgess Meredith, Ceasar Romero, Frank Gorshin, and Julie Newmar.
Title: Action Comics
Issue:
Art Type: Cover
Year: 2014
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Mike Allred
Inker: Mike Allred
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Adventures of Bob Hope, Issue 69, Page 15
I've only seen two pages of Bob Hope art out there, not that I've been looking. If you are looking for one this is a wonderful example.
Title:
Issue: 69
Page: 15
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1960
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler:
Inker:
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Archie's Pals 'N' Gals, Issue 19, Page 40
What is great about this piece is that on one page there is a beginning and an end! Doesn't hurt to have both Betty and Veronica on the page, with a befuddled Archie.
Title: Archie's Pals 'N' Gals
Issue: 19
Page: 40
Art Type: Strip
Year: 1962
Publisher: Archie
Dimensions: 17.5"x12"
Penciler:
Inker:
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Archie, Issue 153, Complete 6 Page Story
Harry Lucey
Who didn't grow up reading Archie and the Gang? They're iconic in our culture. This story has all the Archie characters that you grew up with.
Title: Archie
Issue: 153
Art Type:
Year: 1965
Publisher: Archie
Dimensions: 17.5"x12"
Penciler: Harry Lucey
Inker: Mario Acqaviva
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Archie's Pals 'N' Gals, Issue 19, Page 5
Come on, an Archie and Jughead appearance, with Mr. Weatherbee accompanied by a female robot. What more could you want?
Title: Archie's Pals 'N' Gals
Issue: 19
Page: 5
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1962
Publisher: Archie
Dimensions: 17.5"x12"
Penciler:
Inker:
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Conan the Barbarian, Issue 21, Page 21
Barry Windsor-Smith
When you think of Conan you think of Barry's art. I don't need to tell you how sought after these pages are. There is white out on Conan's face in the first and last panel.
Title: Conan the Barbarian
Issue: 21
Page: 21
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1972
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Barry Windsor-Smith
Inker: Dan Adkins
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Conan, Issue 3, Page 9
Barry Windsor-Smith
No need to explain how hot Conan art is these days, let alone a page as early as this by the vaunted Barry Windsor Smith. These early pages have been gaining in momentum due to their scarcity.
Title: Conan the Barbarian
Issue: 3
Page: 9
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1971
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Barry Windsor-Smith
Inker: Sal Buscema
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G.I. Joe, Issue 20, Page 21
Geof Isherwood
What an awesome battle sequence, and the half splash is pretty cool too. GI Joe pages from this period are HIGHLY sought after.
Title: GI Joe
Issue: 20
Page: 21
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1984
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Geof Isherwood
Inker: Jon D'Agostino
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Freedom Fighters, Issue 3, Page 1
Ramona Fradon
One of the goofiest, but endearing, superhero groups of the 70's. This first page splash features the whole group in their glory.
Title: Freedom Fighters
Issue: 3
Page: 1
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1976
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Juan Canale
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Flash Gordon Strip
Mac Raboy
At some point you will rue the day you passed up on a Flash Gordon page by Mac Raboy considering the price you're getting charged. The price is staggeringly reasonable for the masterful art that you are attaining.
Title: Flash Gordon
Issue:
Art Type: Strip
Publisher:
Dimensions: 18x13
Penciler: Mac Raboy
Inker: Mac Raboy
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Giant-Size Man-Thing, Issue 3, Page 15
Alfredo Alcala
No wonder Alcala Conan pages have been going for thousands of dollars. He’s truly talented as you can attest to by viewing this page.
Title: Giant-Size Man-Thing
Issue: 3
Page: 15
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1976
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Alfredo Alcala
Inker: Alfredo Alcala
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Giant-Size Man-Thing, Issue 3, Page 32
Alfredo Alcala
Alcala Conan pages are very pricey, which make Man-Thing pages seem very undervalued. An equivalent Conan page may run you as much as $2,000.
Title: Giant-Size Man-Thing
Issue: 3
Page: 32
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1976
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Alfredo Alcala
Inker: Alfredo Alcala
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Incredible Hulk, Issue 253, Page 3
Sal Buscema
Sal really captured the ferocity and pain that The Hulk embodied. This page should satisfy those collectors looking for an affordable example for their collection.
Title: Incredible Hulk
Issue: 253
Page: 3
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1980
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15.75"x10"
Penciler: Sal Buscema
Inker: Sal Buscema
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Green Lantern Special, Issue 1, Page 31
Todd Smith
You should buy this if you are looking for a really good Green Lantern page that is affordable.
Title: Green Lantern Special
Issue: 1
Page: 31
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1988
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Todd Smith
Inker: Denis Rodier
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Flash Comics, Issue 71, Page 8
Joe Kubert
Wow! Talk about rare. A Kubert Hawkman page from 1946 and it's actually published. The book alone is hard enough to find. I'll probably never have another one again.
Title: Flash Comics
Issue: 71
Page: 8
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1946
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Joe Kubert
Inker: Joe Kubert
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Fantastic Four, Issue 164, Page 11
George Perez
Carpal tunnel is a bitch. Sorry, I can't help myself. Let's see…we have a dynamic Perez splash from the Fantastic Four series at a reasonable price … need I say more?
Title: Fantastic Four
Issue: 164
Page: 11
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1975
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: George Perez
Inker: Joe Sinnott
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Cowgirl Romances, Issue 11, Page 7
Studio Artist
There were just never enough girls in lingerie in comics when I was growing up.
Title: Cowgirl Romances
Issue: 11
Page: 7
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1952
Publisher: Fiction House
Dimensions: 18"x12"
Penciler: Studio Artist
Inker: Studio Artist
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Conan, Issue 56, Page 14
John Buscema
I think I've owned more BWS pages of Conan than I've owned of John Buscema Conan pages from this period. Highly scarce and extremely sought after.
Title: Conan the Barbarian
Issue: 56
Page: 14
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1975
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: John Buscema
Inker: Pablo Marcos
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DC Super-Stars, Issue 2, Cover
Ernie Chan
For those of you looking for a cover featuring Hawkman, Adam Strange, and the Knights of the Galaxy you've come to the right place.
Title: DC Super-Stars
Issue: 2
Art Type: Cover
Year: 1976
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15"x10"
Penciler: Ernie Chan
Inker: Ernie Chan
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Defenders, Issue 92, Page 19
Don Perlin
I love pages that have this much black in them - they just pop. The content can't be beat on this page. Just look at that last panel with a Hulk transformation - that alone is worth the price of admission.
Title: Defenders
Issue: 92
Page: 19
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1980
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Don Perlin
Inker: Pablo Marcos
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Detective Comics, Variant Cover
Mike Allred
Can't you just see the longing on Batman's face? Allred hits this one out of the park. It looks like a tailor made scene for romance with the moon and the Bat-Signal as his backdrop.
Title: Detective Comics
Issue:
Art Type: Cover
Year: 2014
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Mike Allred
Inker: Mike Allred
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Detective Comics, Issue 328, Page 5
Sheldon Moldoff
Good luck trying to find a true quality Batman page from this period. That great panel featuring Batman and Robin happens to be the cover scene to this very memorable issue which depicts the death of Alfred.
Title: Detective Comics
Issue: 328
Page: 5
Art Type: Panel
Year: 1964
Publisher: DC Comics
Dimensions: 18"x13"
Penciler: Sheldon Moldoff
Inker: Joe Giella
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Invaders, Issue 6, Page 4
Frank Robbins
Wow, an Invaders splash featuring all of the Libery Legion. That's pretty cool! And, being introduced to the world by Bucky himself. Historic!
Title: Invaders
Issue: 6
Page: 4
Art Type:
Year: 1975
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Dimensions: 15x10
Penciler: Frank Robbins
Inker: Vince Colletta
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