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    Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #4 Story Page 24 Original Art (DC, 1986). This four-part mini-series set the comic book world on its ear and made Batman a top-star again. Chapter Four was titled "The Dark Knight Falls". On this page Batman convinces the Mutants to help save the city and we get to see James Gordon in action as well. A solid page from a true bit of comic book history, as rendered in ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 17". Signed by Miller in the lower margin. Glass front framed to 19.25" x 26". In Excellent condition.

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