DescriptionBill Everett, Win Mortimer, and Jim Mooney Sub-Mariner #61 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). From Everett's last work on his original creation, Prince Namor... the Sub-Mariner. The writer-artist's death in 1973 left the present story unfinished but partially inked, and it fell to Win Mortimer to complete the penciling, and Jim Mooney the inking. The dynamic tension seen throughout this page composition is pure Everett, from the seething restraint (upper left), to the violent outburst (lower right), to the attempted escape to safety. Subjective viewpoint at lower right leaves no question but what some unseen menacing figure is stalking Namor. Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Faint toning, with tape residue at margins and left-center image.
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