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    Frank Thorne 1994 "Ghita of Alizarr" Story Page 63 Original Art (Warren, 1980). Thenef and Dahib find the lovely Ghita subject to a dark ceremony in this page from Thorne's risque sword-and-sorcery comic that ran in the Warren adult magazine. This tale was later reprinted in the 1985 Catalan Communications publication Ghita of Alizarr #1, where it was page Page 63. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 17.75". The slightly toned board has black text box paste-ups, pinholes around the borders, with light handling wear. In Very Good condition.

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