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    Neal Adams Justice League of America #66 Cover Original Art (DC, 1968). DC's greatest characters drawn by one of the all-time greatest artists... what more could you ask for? This was Adams' first JLA cover. It might be the first time he drew Green Lantern (definitely one of the first times) and it's a rare chance to see his take on the original Green Arrow costume, a year before Adams redesigned the character's look. Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and the Atom also appear, and in desirable "facing the camera" poses no less. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The board with the main image is attached to a larger board that has the DC logo and Comics Code seal. The price and issue number stats are missing. Typical glue stains and white-out. Some toning of the paper. Matted. Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2016
    13th-14th Friday-Saturday
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