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Darryl Banks - ROMEO TANGHAL ORIGINAL ART #0 Pin Up
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SOLD ON:  Monday, 08/24/2020 7:43 PM
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COMMENTS: Darryl Banks pencils/Romeo Tanghal inks; Hal Jordan as Parallax Recreation; image size 10" x 15"
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Darryl Banks pencils/Romeo Tanghal inks; Hal Jordan as Parallax Recreation; image size 10" x 15"

Super cool Hal Jordan as Parallax recreation by Banks and Tanghal, who teamed for much of the 90's Green Lantern comics. Dynamic, cover worthy image. Pen and ink. Art is in excelent condition. Signed by Banks and Tanghal.

Artists Information

Filipino artist Romeo Tanghal started working in comics after graduating high school. He emigrated to the United States in 1976 where he drew short stories for DC's House of Mystery, House of Secrets, and Weird War Tales. He later became the inker on such features as Super Friends, Scalphunter, and Gravedigger. In 1980, Tanghal became the inker of George Pérez's pencils for The New Teen Titans. Tanghal began working for Marvel Comics in 1986, working on their series of 80s movie adaptations.

Darryl Banks is an American comic book artist. He worked on one of the first painted comic books, Cyberpunk, and teamed with the writer Mark Ellis to revamp the long-running The Justice Machine series for two publishers, Innovation and Millennium. Banks created the bulk of his work for DC Comics, illustrating Legion of Super-Heroes. He became the penciler on Green Lantern vol. 3, starting with the "Emerald Twilight" storyline. Banks drew most of the issues from #50 through #142. Along with co-creating Kyle Rayner, he was responsible for designing costumes for Parallax, Grayven, Fatality, Dr. Polaris, and Dr. Light.