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DescriptionNick Cardy Batman #260 Cover Joker, Riddler, and Robin Original Art (DC, 1975). One of the "100 Pages" issues so beloved by DC fans, this cover features Cardy's original art for the new story "This One'll Kill You, Batman!", flanked by two smaller images. One of those is a wonderful recreation of Irv Novick's cover for Detective Comics #337 (1968), and the other is an original creation for the story "The Grade A Crimes" reprinted from Batman #16 (1943). Created in ink over graphite on Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15". There is very slight glue residue in the top margin from the original overlay for logo. The logo on this page is a modern day recreation affixed to the board. Overall the cover is in Excellent condition.
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