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    Bernie Wrightson DC Special Series #14 Swamp Thing Wrap-Around Cover Original Art (DC, 1978). Cover billed as "The Original Swamp Thing Saga", this cover features our man of muck battling the Patchworkman on the front side, and a great looking werewolf on the backside! The issue reprinted the stories from Swamp Thing #3-4. Produced in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 20" x 15". It is signed in the image area on the lower left. There is glue residue on the margins and a few touches of it in the art area (lower right, lower left, and upper left). There is light toning to the board, and a slightly irregular cut to the bottom edge. Overall, in Very Good condition.

    More information about Bernie Wrightson, also known as Wrightson, Bernie, Berni Wrightson, .

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