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    Will Eisner - The Spirit: New Adventures Limited Edition Print Set, Group of 4 (Kitchen Sink Press, 1997). Will Eisner's renowned Spirit character is explored in these collaborative limited edition prints. Taken from the covers of The Spirit: New Adventures, these four prints are printed on heavy quality paper and measure 13.75" x 22," with a 10.75" x 18" image area. Each print edition is limited to only 250 copies. The prints include: The Spirit: New Adventures #1, with art by Dave Gibbons (190/250), #2, penciled by Will Eisner and inked by award winning Xenozoic Tales creator, Mark Schultz (133/250); #3, with the Spirit fit to be tied in this portrait by award-winning British cartoonist Brian Bolland (168/250), and #4, penciled by Will Eisner and inked by William Stout (57/250). All prints are signed and numbered by Will Eisner and the collaborative artist. In Excellent condition.

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