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    John Buscema and Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian #27 Splash Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). The first Conan page Buscema ever drew! It wasn't the first to see print, as two stories drawn later were put out first in #25-26. Roy Thomas wrote in 2004 that the stories were printed in that order "for reasons long forgotten" but he noted, "I do recall being bowled over by that gorgeous splash, with Conan's rearing horse." Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13". Accompanied by a copy of the issue. Tape residue to the edges, staining near the top, adhesive residue around the indicia and title logo paste-up elements, tape on the edges and on the indicia, faint spot stains around the horse, light smudging on the sides, and a few whiteout corrections. In Very Good condition.

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