DescriptionDick Sprang and Charles Paris World's Finest Comics #50 Batman Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1951). Private detective Joe Flint angles his way into Gotham's fabled Bullet Hole Club (exclusively for policemen shot in the line of duty) so he can murder G-Man Collins -- with a giant Smith and Wesson revolver! Oversized, fully functional props were a frequent story device used in Batman, and here's a great page from the 1950s "Good Batman Artist," Dick Sprang, that utilizes not only the gun but a huge bullet as well. Fun stuff, from the Dark Knight Detective's "lighter" period; ink and graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 13" x 18". Other than some minor edge wear, the page is in Excellent condition. The reverse side was used as a lettering exercise, filling the page with hand-lettered captions.
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