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    David Lloyd Warrior Magazine #4 Story Page 6 V for Vendetta Original Art (Quality Communications, 1982). This page from Chapter Four "Victims", features the character known only as "V" in Panels 5 and 6 (wearing his Guy Fawkes mask). The story was originally serialized in this black and white magazine in the UK, before being collected and colorized for a 1988 series by DC Comics in the US. Lloyd's bold use of black and white, with a strong chiaroscuro style, was a subtle way to reinforce Alan Moore's stark story wherein V sees the world in a very black-and-white morality. This page is crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 17.5". The text is paste-up and has discolored slightly. There is a strip or masking tape at the top to extend the image area, with original art on top of it. The margins and corners have production tape residue in them. The image area is in Excellent condition.

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