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    Bob Brown and Murphy Anderson Superboy #192 "Superbaby" Story Page 4 Original Art (DC Comics, 1972). An overhaul of the Superman series had sought to drop the complicated mythology of the 1960s -- but some elements remained too appealing to let go. Such as the infancy of Superman, complete with baby-talk. The theme reasserts itself with a bold pairing of dependable old-timer Brown with DC's most versatile and style-unifying inker, Anderson. The super-kid's depiction is a marvel of kinetic energy: Check out the windswept hairline in Panel 5. Brilliant. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Lightly toned, with marginal tape residue and editorial markings. Excellent condition.
    From the Murphy Anderson Collection.

    More information about Bob Brown, also known as Brown, Bob, Bob Brown.

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