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    Bernie Wrightson Swamp Thing #2 "The Man Who Wanted Forever" Page #22 Original Art (DC, 1972-73). Anton Arcane's "Un-Men" try to stop the Swamp Thing from settling a score with the ghoulish Arcane on this fantastic half-splash page by master of the macabre, Bernie Wrightson. This dynamic page layout is gorgeous while maintaining the tense speed of the story. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight tanning with production tape on the margins. In Very Good condition. From the Tom Tataranowicz Collection.

    More information about Bernie Wrightson, also known as Wrightson, Bernie, Berni Wrightson, Bernie Wrightson.

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    August, 2015
    27th-29th Thursday-Saturday
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