DescriptionFrank Frazetta - Tim Holt #21 Cover Original Art (Magazine Enterprises, 1951). By issue #21, Tim Holt was less of a vehicle for its title cowboy star, and instead began featuring new, costumed gunslingers on the covers. Chief among them was Ghost Rider, who began in issue #6 as the tamely-named Calico Kid. Well, Tim wasn't going to stand still for this -- he, in turn, became Red Mask, Western vigilante! This iconic cover by Frank Frazetta combines both wild West heroes in a split-cover design, with Ghost Rider and his horse standing out against a jet black background, and Red Mask on a white field, with his smoking pistol. The cover has an image area of 13" x 18". One of the paste-up type stats placed on the bar between the two figures has slipped off the page; otherwise the art is in Excellent condition.
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