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    Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson DC Comics Presents #67 Story Page 4 Original art (DC, 1984) Superman deprograms hypnotic suggestions planted in the mind of Timmy Dickens at the Fortress of Solitude on this page from "Twas the Fright before Christmas!" Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The text are all hand-lettered paste-ups, the top edge and bottom corners trimmed, a strip-in text paste-up in Panel 2, toning area under Panel 5, and smudges. In Very Good condition. From the Murphy Anderson Collection.

    More information about Curt Swan, also known as Swan, Curt, Curt Swan.

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