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Pg. 9; Derec Aucoin pencils, Jose Marzan, Jr. inks; 11" x 17"
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Alex Miranda pencils, watercolors, and signed; 2012; image area 7" x 10.5"
Red Monika
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Pg 9 Chapter 2; Nick Cardy pencils, inks and signed; 14.5 x 19.25"
1st Mera app.
Feast your eyes on a watery magic carpet ride. This splash page from the incendiary talents of Nick Cardy is a preview of things to come as two advertising pages prior, our heroes were left trapped in the clutches of the powerful Leron, the nefarious usurper to the throne of queen Mera. This cliffhanger intro assured readers in 1963 that the foes from Dimension Aqua would not get the best of our titular character who would soon find a way to rescue Mera, in her comic book debut, from her would be saboteurs.

Nick Cardy penned and inked this entire issue. His never-ending talents dazzled readers with new and ingenious ways for these super-abled opponents to manipulate the oceans in epic battles. Consider each watery ripple drawn and expertly present. Attention to details such as these allows the audience to be transported to a porthole view of all the action.
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Pg. 2; Patrick Gleason pencils, Christian Alamy inks; 11" x 17"
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Pg. 2; Dick Dillin pencils, Sid Greene inks; image size 10" x 15"
There's eye candy galore, every square inch of the page is filled with little details, this Dick Dillon and Sid Greene collaboration kickstarts the story "Return of the Seven Year Dead Man," the tale of a gangster with amnesia who suddenly regains his memory after reading his own death announcement in a newspaper. He recalls a pact with his former partners in crime and decides to return to Ivy City to attend his own funeral, surprising his old pals.

Which brings us to this full-page splash that comes to us, not from page one, but from page two, and it's a genuine cornucopia of action. The reader is brought in mid-skirmish as the Atom biffs, bangs, and pows a bank robber for a loop with a tiny, but atom-packed right cross. In addition, we see a side panel of a reformed gangster, preparing his money as a handsome endowment to Ivy University. Interiors like this one we proudly bring to auction set the audience up for page turning thrills. How do all these characters intersect? Read on, read on.
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Marvel
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Pg. 10; Don Heck pencils, Dick Ayers inks; 12.5" x 20.5"
From the story, The Coming of...the Swordsman
Hydra's Displacer Ray snatches a seemingly innocuous document from Captain America, relaying nothing more than Cap's interest in working with Sgt. Fury. While of no value to the disgruntled Hydra henchman, below, a passerby will find this discarded memo and attempt to sell the tidbit of information to the Swordsman, who has placed a handsome bounty on anything leading to the capture of one of the Avengers. This attractively illustrated page hails from a classic story that features the first appearance of the Swordsman. Each panel blends into the next creating a seamless flow to the scene. It takes great skill to illustrate a scenario with more imagery than words, Heck and Ayers masterfully accomplish this with great aplomb.
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Marvel
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Pg. 19; Don Heck pencils, Dick Ayers inks; image size 13.5" x 20"
Battling the Mole Man was a rite of passage for the heroes of Marvel's Silver Age and this time it's the Avengers' turn to fight the foe from down below. A particular panel of note on this page gives us a silhouette of the bite-size hero, Ant-Man, inside the mechanics of Mole Man's evil machine. Fans of Paul Rudd's silver screen performances note the method is exactly how the mini-Avenger foiled both the Falcon and Iron Man. Recently, original art collectors got hip to the creative duo of Don Heck and Dick Ayers, as auction prices for their work have risen steadily. With values for Kirby art in the reaches of the beyond for some collectors, Heck and Ayers do a damn fine job of it for the price.
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DC
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Pgs. 18; Don Kramer pencils, Wayne Faucher inks; 11" x 17"
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Andy Clarke pencils and inks; 11.5" x 17"
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DC
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Dick Sprang signed and remarqued collector's edition 4/100; 27" x 35"
Remarked by Dick Sprang
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Marvel
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complete 17 pg color guide to classic Copper Age Cap #246; colors by Bob Sharen, with signature and remark on first page
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Marvel
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Color Guide Pgs 18-19; John Kalisz watercolor; mounted on backing board with notes on tracing paper 11" x 14.25"
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Marvel
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Charles Vess signed #31/150; image size 13" x 20.75"


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VF: 8.0
2 Charles Vess signed lithos, one signed by Stan Lee, both numbered #1303/2500; comes with COA and the sealed envelope; litho image size 13" x 18.25"
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Marvel
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Pg. 5; Barry Windsor-Smith pencils; Dan Adkins inks; 10" x 15"
When Barry Windsor-Smith and Roy Thomas teamed to create Conan the Barbarian for Marvel Comics, the undertaking was seen as a risky proposition, as the muscular barbarian had no connection to the Marvel Universe of superheroes, existed in a different time period, and took part in adventures that had adult themes. The gamble paid off. Not only did Conan the Barbarian become an instant cult success, but the character was then spun off into two black-and-white magazines, Savage Tales and The Savage Sword of Conan.

This page, from the series' first issue, depicts Conan selling his services to Olav, the leader of the Aesir, a band of warriors. The pair discusses their business arrangements and battle strategy as readers are provided an introduction to the Cimmerian warrior and his straightforward personality. Smith's take on Conan was that of a youthful adventurer, who was still developing into manhood, with human weaknesses, very much the opposite of John Buscema's indestructible musclebound death machine. The early issues of Conan are considered to be some of Smith's best, and his fluid line work and strong sense of composition were the perfect fit for Marvel's foray into the world of Sword & Sorcery. When it comes to Conan fans you can't ask for more than a page from the first issue of the revered, long-running series.

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Marvel
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Pg. 27; Barry Windsor-Smith pencils and inks; image size 10" x 15"
Page 6 from the story, The Sword and the Sorcerers!
This Barry Windsor-Smith piece features Starr the Slayer, a Conan-inspired figure designed before Marvel acquired the rights to Robert E. Howard's creation, making this quite the interesting collectible. Appearing in both Chamber of Darkness #4 and Conan the Barbarian #16, this tale, featuring the barbarian prototype, bears an almost indistinguishable resemblance to Smith's rendition of Conan. The story on the page involves the Slayer's mind-bending trip to the future, or a parallel universe, in which he finds the author of a story featuring himself, and, in true barbarian fashion, attempts to kill his creator. Employing creative panel design and the strong-yet-delicate line work Smith is known for, this is a special piece for those Sword and Sorcery fans out there.
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Marvel
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Pg. 11; John Buscema pencils, Steve Gan inks, signed by Buscema ; 10" x 15"
From the story, Lord of the Lions
Amra is a name fans of Conan the Barbarian know quite well, as once the owner of the name is defeated, his opponent assumes the name and carries on the tradition of being Amra, the Lion. It stands to reason that the blonde macho man that is courting Belit on this pages is just one in a line of Amras, who will eventually relinquish his title to another (hint: Conan), but Crom help the next guy who want to take the name after that. Illustrated by the instantly recognizable hand of John Buscema this piece practically oozes testosterone, and some estrogen to boot, as the loinskin clad Amra wrestles with his pet Shulo, the equally minimally clothed and buxom Belit seems a bit confused about whether or not she really wants to escape the clutches of her captor. There is some steamy savage sensuality at play here to be sure.
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Marvel
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Pg. 14; John Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
from the story, Destroyer in the Flame
Feast your eyes upon some classic barbarian action as John Buscema illustrates and inks this fantastic page featuring the ghoulish Jergl Zadh and the dreaded Brotherhood of the Falcon pitted against Conan and Fafnir. As the two adventurers hide in the tall grass from their pursuers, they run afoul of a pit of angry snakes which quickly engulf everyone's favorite Cimmerian. Rendered with stark simplicity that highlights the muscular characters, this page showcases Buscema's ease and familiarity with his subject matter, as the renowned artist had been creating Conan tales for literally hundreds and hundreds of pages up to this point. Fans of Conan can never get enough his exploits, and we here at ComicConnect are pleased to be able to offer three different pages featuring Sword & Sorcery action in this auction.
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VF: 8.0
Dani Serra acrylics; 15" x 21" framed
The Joker has always been insane existing in a reality inside a mind that few can understand. When he is illustrated by the haunting hand of Daniele Serra, viewers are able to see a whole new representation of the infamous villain. With colors the bleed in and out of focus, the Joker has a ghostlike quality. The viewer's eye is led to the mysterious item in his hand &a mirror or a highly reflective bomb? Either way it will blow your mind!

Paintings by Daniele Serra are always immediately recognizable because of their dreamlike qualities and the way elements will often bleed in and out of focus. Many of his pieces are dark, mesmerizing, and exquisitely painted.
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DC
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Pg. 29; Christian Alamy inks; 11" x 17"
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DC
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Pg. 2; Carmine Infantino pencils, and Joe Giella inks; image size 13"x18"
From the story, Menace of the Reverse-Flash, in his first comic appearance
Page two from Flash #139 presents a snapshot of the Cold War epoch when families across the globe waited with bated breath to witness astonishing new developments in the space race with the USSR. This page offers not only a window into the perspective of a historic era, but is also a crucial part of the introduction of a now-iconic villain of the DC universe, Professor Zoom aka Reverse Flash. The futuristic ne'er-do-well retrieves Barry Allen's costume from the time capsule featured on this page and recreates the Flash's powers to become a 25th-century supervillain. The Crimson Comet travels into the year 2463 to thwart his evil twin, and lo, a classic nemesis is born!

This page is an absolute treasure for Flash fans as Infantino's penchant for capturing motion is on full display, and weaving a historical theme into these panels helps the artist inject a sense of grandeur into this wonderful and important piece.
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Russ Cochran
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8 Color plates of Frank Frazetta's Buck Rogers Famous Funnies Covers #209-216; plate sizes vary, largest is 12.5" x 17.75"; comes with original envelope
Tape on top and bottoms of some plates, does not affect images.
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DC
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Pgs. 2-3; Ivan Reis pencils, Marc Campos inks; 22" x 17"
Heavily influenced by the mighty Neal Adams, but also absorbing the sensibilities of 21st Century masters such as Ed Benes and Jim Lee, the titanically talented Ivan Reis was the perfect collaborator for Geoff John's post-2001 rethink of the Green Lantern Corps as an epic space opera, with all the rough camaraderie, sharp characterizations, and explosive action one would find in a top-tier military thriller or TV police procedural. Where other artists might flinch at a massive scene such as this or overload it with too much frivolous detail, Reis expertly guides the eye across this double page splash and provides a sense of motion, heightened drama, and danger.
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DC
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by Mike Grell; image size 10" x 15". Considered by many to be the ultimate Grell Green Lantern cover.
"Beware my power Green Lantern's Light." Never have those words carried more weight than when you look at this cover from 1978. Hal Jordan is literally ripping his costume apart to show that the symbol of will is burning into his chest and Ollie the Arrow can do nothing but watch in horror in the background. Mike Grell's pencil work, along with the beautiful inks of Tatjana Wood, bring you the pain that Hal can barely stomach. This piece also teases a secondary story which stars Alan Scott, the Golden Age Green Lantern. The bonus imagery of Scott surrounded by flames with the words "The Doom of Dragon Fire" underneath is enough to coax even the casual reader into buying this action-packed issue.

Mike Grell and Tatjana Wood's teamed talents bring true emotion to the page, and to your mind. The duo of gifted artists makes you feel Hal's pain just as clearly as if your own brand of power was burning you alive. Look at Alan Scott down there, that's sheer determination on his face letting you know that the secondary story is an obvious barn burner. Grell has gone on to make a lasting impression on the comic book world with his masterwork on Green Arrow's Longbow Hunters series, and Wood earned accolades for her amazing runs with Grant Morrison on Animal Man and Alan Moore's Swamp Thing.

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Greg Hildebrandt pencils and signed; 2018; 12" x 18"
Greg Hildebrandt is making magic with this playful sketch of DC's Zatanna! A talented illusionist, a powerful magician, and a skilled combatant, Zatanna has got the full package! Having an actual background as a stage magician, Zatanna is often seen wearing a magician's outfit that includes fishnet stockings and sexy heels. In Greg's drawing she is certainly putting on a show!

Pencil on artist paper. Unpublished.

Created October 2018. Signed by Greg Hildebrandt.
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