DescriptionCarmine Infantino and George Roussos - Strange Adventures #205, Deadman page 12 Original Art (DC, 1967). Dead men do tell tales! Deadman, the super-hero whose career began several minutes after his death, takes his first steps into the unknown in this issue of Strange Adventures. In this famous page, Boston Brand gets the word from Rama Kushna, the spirit of the universe, that he will have the power to walk among men until he finds his murderer. Deadman begins to fathom the weird new frontier he is about to enter, when he touches circus strongman Tiny's shoulder and his body goes stiff to his touch! From "Who Has Been Lying In My Grave?," written by Arnold Drake, and penciled by Carmine Infantino, with inks by George Roussos, it's from the very first Deadman story. The image area of the art measures 10" x 15", and the page is in Excellent condition.
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