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    Barry Windsor-Smith Marvel Comics Presents #79 Story Page 8 Wolverine/Weapon X Original Art (Marvel, 1991). The last page from "Weapon X: Chapter Seven" features Logan cutting loose -- literally and figuratively. Even when he was just making a name for himself as Barry Smith on Marvel's 1970s Conan the Barbarian series, Barry Windsor-Smith's style was a stand-out. Shortly after this visionary take on Wolverine's untold past, BWS would begin working on some of the finest comics that the new Valiant Comics company would release. His is a name associated with beautiful art and innovative story-telling. This page was crafted in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Panels 3 and 4 are stripped in original art, taped from the backside. There is a touch of production tape on the front at the marginal seams. Overall, the lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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