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    Dan Brereton Teen Titans Annual #1 (Pulp Heroes) Cover Original Art (DC, 1997). On their way back from Skartaris, the team's T-Jet lands outside the spooky town of Lost Junction, where the lifestyle has remained mysteriously unchanged since the 1800s. No videos, no rap, no nothing -- except for -- the cannibals. It seems the town was settled by folks who had to survive a terrible winter, and some of them became flesh eaters. Dan Brereton's incendiary cover scene, spotlighting Argent, Atom, Joto, Prysm, and Risk, has an image area of 12.25" x 19.5", and it's in Excellent condition. Inscribed and signed in the lower margin.

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    November, 2013
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