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DescriptionCarl Potts, Doug Beekman, and Neal Adams Space: 1999 Magazine #8 Story Page 20 Original Art (Charlton, 1976). Produced by Neal Adams' studio (and/or Continuity Associates), it is not hard to see the Neal Adams influence on this last page from the Nick Cuti story "Cosmic Headache". Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". There is missing Zipatone from Panel 4, leaving light glue residue in the background. Panel 6 features wonderful images of the TV series of Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, and Barry Morse, and Panel 5 features a shot of an Eagle ship landing. The Eagles were the iconic ship from the series. The last panel has a paste-up stat of one of the Eagles in the background. Signed by Neal Adams in the lower margin. With handling wear in the margins, this is in Very Good condition.
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