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    Dave Gibbons 2000 AD #267 Complete 2-Page Story "Skirmish!" Original Art (IPC, 1982). This episode of "Tharg's Future-Shocks" has a bit of a "Last Starfighter" feel to it. We think Tharg himself would be "Future-shocked" to find out the creative team of writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons would just a few years later turn out one of the most influential comic book series of all time with Watchmen in 1986. These pages were created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.25" x 16". The logo is a printed paste-up. The pages have gotten wet at some point, with warping, stains, and discolorations. There is also sticky residue on the reverse of the pages from a previous frame job. In Good condition.

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