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    Greg Capullo and Danny Miki Spawn #148 Cover Original Art (Image Comics, 2005). Long before Greg Capullo made comic book history with his best-selling run on the New 52 Batman with writing partner Scott Snyder, he had a long association with Todd McFarlane's Spawn, dating back to 1993 when Capullo took over the art. Nearly two decades later, Capullo created this merciless cover featuring a large image of a maskless Spawn. Created in ink over graphite on Image Comics Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Some whiteout marks, faint toning spot under the first chain on the left margin, and has a "Crime Lab Studios" sticker on the upper right. In Excellent condition.

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