DescriptionJack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry - Kamandi #28 Cover Original Art (DC, 1975). Into the Valley of Death rode the six hundred - bulldogs, dying like men! Only Jack "King" Kirby could draw the stirring drama and the emotional reaction of Kamandi as he attempts to stop the massacre. Jack Kirby and D. Bruce Berry were an accomplished team in the latter part of the Bronze Age, and this war-torn masterwork is one of their finest works. The piece has an image area that measures 9.75" x 15". The central image was cut and glued to the larger cover stock, as were the type elements. There is some minor discoloration in the masthead blurb; otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition overall.
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