DescriptionJohn Higgins Batman: The Killing Joke (nn) Story Page 25 Color Production Art Original Art (DC, 1988). A brutal, and critical page from the groundbreaking story that redefined the Joker and had long-lasting repercussions on the life of Barbara Gordon. This is the page where the Joker forced her father, Commissioner Gordon, to look at photos that the Joker had taken of Barbara just after he had shot her.. a shot that paralyzed her legs and led to the end of her career as Batgirl. This color production page was created in by printing Brian Bolland's original line art in blue on 11" x 17" paper. John Higgins then airbrushed the vibrant color work on the paper and an acetate overlay of the printed black line art was added to finish it out. In Excellent condition. Note: Only the color work is original art.
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