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    Alex Ross JSA #76 Cover Painting Mr. Terrific (II) Original Art (DC, 2005). Fans of the TV series Arrow will surely recognize this character as he was the basis for the Curtis Holt version of Mr. Terrific on the show. Michael Holt was the first person to honor Terry Sloane's Mister Terrific identity, down to wearing the motto "Fair Play" on his sleeve. Part of a string of eight covers Alex Ross painted, each depicting a single team-member against a black background. Striking and elegant, they were a wonderful way to showcase some of the characters. This terrific painting was created in gouache on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 17". Signed in the lower margin and in Excellent condition.

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    February, 2018
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