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    Berni Wrightson: A Look Back Signed, Limited, Numbered, Slipcase Edition #238/250 (Land of Enchantment, 1979). A very limited first edition, signed and numbered by Berni Wrightson. This beautifully illustrated tome features hundreds of sketches and drawings from the career of one of the most beloved and prolific artists of the comics medium. It is a hardcover (with Slipcase) containing 360 pages (more than 100 are in color). Every aspect of the artists career is explored and analyzed, utilizing the widest possible selection of the artists existing work. It is easily the most comprehensive volume ever assembled on an illustrator of the Fantastic. In Very Fine condition, with the slip case covering beginning to loosen along one back edge. From the Glynn and Suzanne Crain Collection.

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