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    Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson Superman #251 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1972). Superman penetrates a force-field to investigate a mysterious island in the story "The Island That Invaded the Earth!" Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image size of 10" x 15". The slightly toned board has adhesive residue staining in the top and bottom margins and is in Excellent condition.
    From the Murphy Anderson Collection.


    More information about Curt Swan, also known as Swan, Curt, Curt Swan.

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