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    John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson Daredevil: the Man without Fear #4 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1994). A rainswept cityscape, a sneak-theft from a darkened locker room, and a desperate phone call to Daredevil's longtime enemy, the Kingpin. All classic elements of Frank Miller's approach to Daredevil, and of course Romita and Williamson are working here very much under the stellar influence of scriptwriter Miller. Signed (lower right) by Romita. Splendidly atmospheric piece. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. The image area is 13" x 16" on the 15" x 20" board. Faint marginal toning. Excellent condition.

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