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    Gene Colan and Dan Adkins Sub-Mariner #10 Karthon Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). Imperious Rex -- Prince Namor battles the man called Karthon the Quester for the nefarious, mystical Serpent Crown in this Silver Age slugfest. The bewitched crown is linked to the malevolent seven-headed exiled serpent demon-god Set, from whom it draws its eerie powers. Any wearer of the crown pays a steep price -- falling under the mental domination of Set, who then commands the wearer perform feats which would help bring about its unwelcome return to our Earthly realm. This Marvel masterwork from "Never Bother a Barracuda" has an image area of 10" x 15", and aside from a torn off upper left margin corner, and a few very light stains, the art is in Excellent condition. Gene Colan signed the page in its lower left corner.

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    February, 2013
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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