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    Gene Colan and Jack Abel Tomb of Dracula #10 Story Page 11 Blade Original Art (Marvel, 1973). First appearance of Blade! The vampire hunter made the scene in this issue appropriately titled "His Name Is... Blade!" The stealthy page also features a nice shot of Dracula himself in the last panel. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". It is personalized and signed by Gene Colan in the top margin. The page has some toning and production oil stains on the right side (and top right corner). There is also a stripped in text correction in the last panel. In Very Good condition.

    More information about Gene Colan, also known as Colan, Gene, .

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    February, 2018
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