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    Dave Gibbons Green Lantern #176 Cover Original Art (DC, 1984). The fifth U.S. comic book cover ever done by Gibbons, two years before he became a household name among Stateside comic readers with his knockout work on Watchmen. This cover illustration is in ink over graphite on a sheet of Bristol board that has been trimmed to the art edges; it measures approximately 9.75" x 15". There is a barely noticeable crease that runs horizontally through the lower half, right above GL's legs that could be pressed out, or hidden by framing under glass; otherwise, the piece is in Excellent condition.

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    November, 2014
    20th-22nd Thursday-Saturday
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