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    Jack Kirby The Demon Sketch Original Art (c. 1970s). Kirby preferred to let additional artists apply inks to his work, but his occasional finished-ink originals show a unique mastery consistent with his finely detailed pencils-only art. This bold presentation of Etrigan, the Demon, features an unusual application of fine-point felt-tip marker: Even the more solidly blackened areas (densely crosshatched) contain the same small-nib inking that figures in the feather-stroke outlines. The architectural details (lower right) have been applied with straight-edge ruling. Signed and inscribed at right. Marker on sketch-pad stock. The image area is 8" x 11". The page shows age-toning and sunlight-fading. Very Good condition.

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    February, 2019
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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