DescriptionDick Dillin and Jack Adler House of Mystery #92 Grey Tone Cover Original Art (DC, 1959). DC's grey tone covers of the late 1950s-early 60s have become some of the most popular and sought-after comics among collectors today. What an incredible thrill it is to finally see the original base art for one of these beauties! The process was invented by Jack Adler, DC's long-time colorist. The process was called Washtone by Adler, who created a separate wash for each color to be printed. Here's the base black art, featuring Adler's wash over Dick Dillin's pencils. The art, on a standard DC board, has an image area measuring approximately 12.5" x 19". All the type and logo elements are carefully made modern replacements. Other than that, the art is in Excellent condition. Includes a copy of House of Mystery #92.
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