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Pg. 2; Robert Pope pencils and signed, Jorge Pacheco inks; 2001; image size 9" x 14"
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Unknown Artist pencils and signed; 1997; image size 9" x 12"
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Pg. 5; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"The Sword and the Silent Scream!"
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DC
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Pg. 6; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"The Doom That Came to K'Dasha-Dheen"
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Pg. 17; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"The Doom That Came to K'Dasha-Dheen"
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Pg. 18; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
"The Doom That Came to K'Dasha-Dheen"
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Pg. 3; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils, Pat Boyette inks; 10" x 15"
"The Bloodspear"
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Pg. 4; Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua) pencils, Pat Boyette inks; 10" x 15"
"The Bloodspear"
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Marvel
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Pg. 5; Grant Meihm pencils, Mike Esposito inks; 10" x 15"
"No Win"
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Marvel
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Pg. 11; Lee Weeks pencils, Fred Fredricks inks; 10" x 15"
"All the News that Fits"
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DC
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Adam Hughes pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 22"
Holy Original Bat Art! When DC editor Julius "Julie" Schwartz passed away in 2004, the renowned publishing house decided to put out a collection of eight one-shot comics to memorialize the beloved progenitor of the Silver Age. This is the beautifully illustrated cover of one of these popular issues, rendered with great skill by artist Adam Hughes, on a scale much larger than typical cover art, the book features satires of two Schwartz-commissioned Batman stories from the 50s and 60s, which pay tribute to Julie and his particular sense of humor. Legend has it, Schwartz was known for ordering stories based on cover art, and directing writers to craft tales to fit the proposed concepts, flipping the usual industry conventions on their head.

This is a special piece that honors a legendary figure in the comic world, while simultaneously paying homage to the classic Batman #183 cover by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella.
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Pg. 4; Carmine Infantino pencils, Joe Giella inks; image size 10" x 15.25"
Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella collaborated on "Batman of Two Worlds" from DC Comics Presents: Batman #1, the comic was one of eight one-offs published in tribute to beloved DC Editor Julius "Julie" Schwartz after his passing in 2004. The plot involves the Dynamic Duo investigating a murder involving two actors that portray Batman and Robin on television, which turns out to be a hoax perpetrated by the dastardly Clayface to lure the superheroes into his clutches. The throwback style employed is a sly inside joke by Infantino and Giella who originally illustrated the cover to Batman #183, which was the inspiration for this book's cover. The two industry veterans do a bang up job showcasing the tried-and-true skills that they honed over the decades to pay homage to their friend in this interesting page from a special comic in the DC catalog.
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Pg. 4; Bob Kane pencils, Charles Paris inks; image size 12.75" x 18"
"The Black Cat Crimes!" Much like Batman had his Batmobile, Catwoman had her Kitty Car, and this page, drawn by Bob Kane, puts that villainous vehicle on full display. The story "The Black Cat Crimes" involves Catwoman's scheme to invoke the old superstition about black cats crossing one's path to extort money from a group of wealthy Gothamites. The plot ends up with the Dynamic Duo chasing her through the city, allowing these sleek super speedsters to dominate the action in these panels.

Golden Age pages are scarce in general and early Detective pages are particularly difficult to come by, as anything related to the Caped Crusader is regularly snapped up by his rabid fan base and kept in personal collections for years. Finding such a dynamic page, with classic illustrations by Batman's co-creator, featuring one of the most popular villains of the DC stable is no small feat, and we expect our customers will respond with feverish bidding at auction.
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Pg. 2; Shawn McManus pencils, inks and signed; 9" x 14"
"Eyeless, I See"
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Jason Fabok pencils, Nick Nix inks, signed Fabok & Nix 2011; image size 10.5" x 15.5"
Aping Wrightson's classic Swamp Thing #1 cover, this dynamic duo featuring Fabok's astute penciling with heavy, sharp inks by Nix is a reimagining worth owning.
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Marvel
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Pg. 3; Jack Kirby pencils, Sol Brodsky inks; image size 12.5" x 18"
By the time Stan Lee and Jack Kirby had launched the Fantastic Four, both were already industry veterans. Lee started at a young age banging out text pieces for Golden Age Timelys in between running errands for the understaffed publishing house, while Kirby had almost single-handedly invented the crime and romance genres while crafting a mountain of classic characters for National, Timely, and others. Both creators were hungry to leave their mark on a moribund industry, making these early FFs a perfect combination of storytelling chops and bold ambition.

This page is a nearly flawless example of comic book craftsmanship, taking what could have been a drab, straightforward sequence and giving it speed, excitement, and focus. Kirby makes his unlikely hero, the Thing, both grotesque and relatable, his everyman posture and endearingly shabby topcoat giving heft and scale to his outsized presence, a perfect contrast to the smug, sleek grace of the Miracle Man. Sol Brodsky provides a clean, stylized line to tidy up Kirby's famously blunt pencils, making both Ben Grimm and his magician antagonist distinct characters. Silver Age Marvel pages are very hard to obtain and this page, featuring one of Kirby's most famous creations front and center, is a guaranteed draw for serious comic art enthusiasts.

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Marvel
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Steve Rude pencils,inks and signed "S. Rude '2000"; Recreation Cover; image size 10.25" x 16.5"
Steve Rude is best known as the co-creator of Nexus, a sci-fi/superhero crossover title that has a loyal cult following, so it is fitting that this talented artist should use the skills he learned straddling the two genres in his loving tribute to Jack Kirby and the Fantastic Four. Rude has recreated this cover several times, in different mediums, but in this version he took some artistic liberties, slightly altering the design and, in doing so, creating a unique piece that pays respect to the king of all comic artists and showcases his own considerable skills. A perfect piece for fans of the Fantastic Four, Kirby or Rude, or all three, and at a price much more affordable than an original Kirby cover would be.
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Marvel
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Pg. 9; Jack Kirby pencils, Chic Stone inks; 12.5" x 18.5"
Marvel gained its reputation by creating recognizable, human heroes with quirks and neuroses, and the impressive feat achieved by Lee and Kirby in FF was the creation of a real family, four deeply bonded individuals who love and annoy one another in equal measure. The Fantastic Four stood out from the pack immediately upon its debut because of the strong characterization. Some of Kirby's best and most-heartfelt work was done on this book, as is evidenced by this remarkable page, which leans heavily on body language and facial expression to give our heroes depth and distinctiveness. Where other artists may have relied on flashy angles, exaggerated action, and false drama to develop this story, Kirby gives his cast a chance to breathe and even manages to get some expressiveness into a giant dude made of rock. It's these quieter moments that are toughest to achieve, and Kirby absolutely nails it.

Early Silver Age Marvel art is far and away the most requested by collectors, and this stunning masterpiece of comic storytelling boasts all four members of the classic FF lineup. There is always a huge amount of interest whenever a classic Kirby page goes up for auction, and we expect this piece to generate a decent amount of heat come hammer time.

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Fiction House
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Pg. 23 from Kayo Kirby story; Matt Baker/John Forte pencils and inks; image size 12.25" x 18.75"
This beautifully rendered page from Fight Comics #54 was drawn by Matt Baker, recognized for his deft, smooth linework and impeccable skill, Baker is also attributed as the first African-American to find success in the comic book industry. The page is from a Kayo Kirby story, Kirby, a boxer and lawyer, was one of the hundreds of Golden Age anthology characters that would eventually give way to the costumed superheroes that ruled the roost throughout the wartime era. Owning a page of Matt Baker art is a dream come true to knowledgable collectors, as Baker was one of the finest purveyors of what has come to be known as Good Girl Art, his groundbreaking work on Phantom Lady is generally accepted as some of the finest GGA work of the Golden Age. His work for the Eisner/Iger studios is renowned throughout the industry to this day, and his tragically short life made his work rare and fervently sought after by savvy art fans.
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Marvel
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Pg. 12; Joe Brozowski pencils, Tony DeZuniga inks; image size 10" x 15.5"
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Dark Horse
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Pg. 8; Dave Bullock pencils, Randy Emberlin inks and signed; 11" X 17"
"Requiem"
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Harvey
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Pg. 19; Unknown Artist; 12.5" x 9"
"Ricky Roony"
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Pg. 19; Howard Simpson pencils, Gary Martin inks; 10" x 15"
"Off on a Tanjent!"
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Greg Hildebrandt pencils and signed; 24" x 18" Bristol paper; March 2016
Greg has never painted or drawn a character from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles before! He has always been a fan of Heavy Metal magazine, and has long appreciated the work of Kevin Eastman. In 2016, Greg was excited to take on the TMNT universe! Many great artists and fans have drawn Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael, so Greg wanted to take a different approach. He loved the look of Bebop and Rocksteady, and could not resist the urge to draw them!

This piece is inspired by the first appearance of Bebop and Rocksteady in the 1980s television series. Shredder has tasked the two gangsters to kidnap April ONeil, and while they will ultimately fail to do so, Greg loved the idea of these two gruesome goons and a gorgeous girl!

Created by Greg in March 2016.

Signed by Greg Hildebrandt.
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Final Sketch; Greg Hildebrandt pencils on Bristol paper and signed; 18" x 24"; June 2016
2016 was the 75th wonderful year of Wonder Woman! Since her first appearance in All Star Comics #8 (Dec. 1941), she has been lassoing the hearts of men and women everywhere! This fierce Amazonian princess is a favorite of Greg's and he was thrilled to paint her during the summer of 2016! In all of his excitement Greg had drawn his preliminary sketches, picked one as a final, and chose a model in record time. This is the final sketch Greg used to begin his painting. Each sketch is unique and powerful. Make her a part of your collection today!

Created June 2016

Signed by Greg Hildebrandt
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