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    Bill Sienkiewicz and Frank Giacoia Moon Knight #8 Story Page 9 Original Art Marvel, 1981). Moon Knight emerges from the sewers into the turbulent streets of a Chicago driven mad by a poisoned water supply on this Page from "Night of the Wolves". This Page features fan-favorite Sienkiewicz adhering to the more traditional comic art style, only hinting at the more Avant-Garde approach that would go on to define his career. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Page is lightly toned. Panel 1 is a stripped-in original art paste-up taped from the back. The top left corner is trimmed, production tape on the page number (12, due to ads, but story Page 9), and there are a few whiteout marks. In Very Good condition.


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