The Spirit

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The Spirit is a fictional masked crimefighter appearing in American comic books. Created by cartoonist Will Eisner, he first appeared as the main feature of a tabloid-sized comic book insert distributed in the Sunday edition of Register and Tribune Syndicate newspapers. Popularly referred to as "The Spirit Section", the insert ran from June 2, 1940 to October 5, 1952. The Spirit is the alias of Denny Colt, a private investigator and criminologist based in the fictional Central City, who falls into suspended animation while trying to apprehend the mad scientist Dr. Cobra…Wikipedia
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  1. 85United States
  2. 6France
  3. 3Europe
  4. 2Italy
Type of sale
  1. 66Auctions
  2. 34Non-auction sources
Auctions
  1. 81Heritage
  2. 6Artcurial
  3. 5Profiles in History
  4. 4Sotheby's
Non-auction sources
  1. 31ComicArtFans Classifieds
  2. 15Graphic Collectibles
  3. 12Romitaman
  4. 92DGalleries
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