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    Kelley Jones Swamp Thing #100 Story Page 36 Original Art (DC, 1990). Swamp Thing takes refuge inside the body of Eyam for protection from the guardian angels of the garden of Eden. Kelley Jones fuses his distinct gothic art style with a surrealistic twist for this clash of nature versus the angelic. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". There is a text paste-up in Panel 2, some wear to the corners, and a light stain to the top edge. In Excellent condition.

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