DescriptionCarmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson - The Flash #149, page 8 Original Art (DC, 1964). Two of DC Comics' top Silver Age artists teamed to create this hard-hitting scene from "Robberies By Magic." Abracadabra, the malevolent magician, toys with the Flash and explains why the Scarlet Speedster is powerless to lay a finger on him. Carmine Infantino's Sixties approach to comic art was revolutionary. He explained it in a Comics Journal interview with Gary Groth: "I threw all the artwork out the window and went to pure design. Everything I did was just design, nothing else. That's a very tough thing to achieve, by the way. To make something unreal look real." Murphy Anderson's inks add the perfect finish to Infantino's designs. The image area of the page measures 13" x 18", and aside from some mild paper aging, the art is in Excellent condition.
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