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    Brian Bolland and Bruce Patterson - Camelot 3000 #4, page 9 Original Art (DC, 1983). Although meticulous by nature, Brian Bolland considers himself as much a cartoonist as an illustrator. His knack for making the unbelievable look uncannily real, and the fun that he has doing it, are two of the reasons that his peers count themselves among his biggest fans. DC's Camelot 3000 was Bolland's first major work for an American publisher, and he came out of the castle running with his sensational work for this series. The Knights of the Round Table unite to salute King Arthur Pendragon on this page from "Assault on New Camelot!" The image area of the page measures 10" x 15" and the art is in Excellent condition.

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    August, 2005
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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