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    Dick Giordano Sarge Steel #10 Story Page 2 Original Art (Charlton Comics, 1964). As an editor/artist at Charlton, Giordano was ready for big-time DC Comics before DC realized it was ready for Giordano. This splendid murder-scene page dates from shortly before Giordano became executive editor at Charlton. (He would make the industry-changing move to DC in 1968, bringing along a wealth of Charlton talent.) Classic hard-boiled crime melodrama, here, with a tough protagonist, a slain beauty, and plenty of ballistical gunplay. Though better known as an inker of others' work, Giordano as a turn-key artist ranks in a class with Neal Adams and Alex Raymond. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 18". Excellent condition.

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