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    Carmine Infantino and Bob Oksner Supergirl #16 Story Page 15 Ambush Bug Original Art (DC, 1984). Fans of Deadpool should know that Ambush Bug was Deadpool before Deadpool was ever Deadpool. He was breaking the fourth wall, and making jokes when New Wave was still "New". He is also Superman's best friend (just ask him, he'll tell you), however this issue he confused Supergirl with the Man of Steel. Penciled by one of the architects of the DC Universe, Carmine Infantino, with inks by able Bob Oksner on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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