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    Gil Kane Conan the Barbarian Preliminary Page Original Art Group of 24 (Marvel, c. 1970s). A group of preliminary drawings on 7.5" x 11" sheets of paper, done in black marker over graphite. One page appears to be a rough for the cover to Conan the Barbarian #62 (1976); the remaining 23 pages appear to be a complete Conan story, one we unfortunately have not been able to track down a title or issue number for. All pages are filled with the kind of art only Gil Kane could produce. Very slight handling wear; overall Excellent condition.

    More information about Gil Kane, also known as Kane, Gil, Eli Katz, Scott Edwards, Gil Kane.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2016
    17th Sunday
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