SOLD ON: Monday, 12/14/2020 9:09 PM
COMMENTS: Bob Oksner pencils and inks; cover; 1972; image size 10" x 15"
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Bob Oksner pencils and inks; cover; 1972; image size 10" x 15"Although Bob Oksner was primarily known for his work on humor comics in the 60s, he demonstrates on the cover of Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #122, that he could handle the superhero genre as deftly as any other. The racy bondage cover really appealed to pubescent boys of the time period, and pushed the envelope of the Comics Code during the sexual revolution of that tumultuous era. Pen and ink. Art is in very good condition, there is some light waving due to the art being pasted down to the larger cover board. Signed by Oksner.
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Illustrator primarily known for his humor comics at DC, Adventures of Jerry Lewis, Adventures of Bob Hope, Sgt. BIlko, Welcome Back Kotter, etc...Oksner made the transition to hero books when the humor market dried up, he worked on Superman, Shazam! and even Ambush Bug.