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    Gil Kane Tomb of Dracula #27 Preliminary Cover Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1974). This preliminary work shows that innovative cover concepts were nothing new for Mr. Kane! As to whether Dracula was really dead, there were 43 more issues of this title, nuff said? The printed comic cover is mirrored and shows Dracula coming from the left side. Created in graphite only on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light handling and edge wear, and faint smudging. In Excellent condition.

    More information about Gil Kane, also known as Kane, Gil, Eli Katz, Scott Edwards, Gil Kane.

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    November, 2019
    17th Sunday
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