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    Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert Green Lantern #21 Double Splash Pages 2 and 3 Original Art (DC, 2007). Hal Jordan's turbulent past unfolds across this double splash page, starting from when he joined the Corps to his unfortunate time as Parallax to his more recent tragedy in "Sinestro Corps War (Part I) -- Fear & Loathing". Crafted in ink over graphite on two conjoined sheets of DC Bristol board with an image area of 20.25" x 15.75". There are a few ink smudges and handling wear to the edges and corners. In Excellent condition.

    More Information: Edit 6/26: Changed wording slightly to further emphasize that the pencils are original art.

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