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    Gene Day and Tom Palmer Star Wars #69 Splash Pages 16 and 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Princess Leia and Fenn Shysa lead a raid on an Imperial base in order to free Mandalorian slaves and capture the bounty hunter Dengar. This story dates from the post-Empire Strikes Back, pre-Return of the Jedi cycle of issues that focused on attempts to locate and rescue Han Solo from Boba Fett, and was published six months after Day's untimely death from a coronary at age 31. Ink over graphite on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 10.5" x 20.5", the center of which forms a great splash panel. In Excellent condition with some areas of light toning and soiling.

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