START TIME: Monday, 08/29/2022 12:00 PM
COMMENTS: Bob Brown pencils/Vince Colletta inks; page 10; 1975; image size 10" x 15"
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Bob Brown pencils/Vince Colletta inks; page 10; 1975; image size 10" x 15"Pen and ink. Art is in very good condition, the top of the page is trimmed to the artwork and there is a horizontal crease about an inch up from the bottom of the page.
Vince Colletta is an American comic book artist/ art director who's best known for inking Jack Kirby's work during the Silver Age of comic books. Colletta began his career working on a host of 1950's romance and western comics before making the move to Marvel where he would ink some their earliest stories, including The Fantastic Four, Journey Into Mystery/Thor and Daredevil. He would go on to DC where he inked Kirby again on a host of Kirby's Fourth World titles in addition to work on Batman, Superman, Green Lantern and an almost 70 issue run on Wonder Woman.
Brown bounced back and forth from Marvel to DC throughout his career which began in the Golden Age, primarily known for illustrating Challengers of the Unknown for over a decade, Brown worked on a wide swath of genres and titles, from Western to Horror to Superhero books. His last great contribution to comics was the character Bullseye, who first appeared in Daredevil #131.