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    Simon Bisley Lobo's Back #2 Cover Original Art (DC, 1992). Simon Bisley has created some iconic covers throughout his career, recognized most for his character defining renditions of the interstellar mercenary Lobo. For the second issue of the miniseries, Lobo's Back, Bisley provided a frightening gender-swap after Lobo is reincarnated as a woman. Bisley's covers have been red-hot as of late, and this one hits the mark! Mixed media with a matted image area of 10.25" x 16.25", glass-front framed to 15.75" x 21.5". Faded Bisley signature in the lower right image area. Light frame wear and in Excellent condition.


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