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    Gil Kane and Joe Giella Green Lantern #24 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1963). From the introduction of the Shark, a carnivorous villain who would become a recurring threat in Green Lantern's rogues' gallery. The iconic creative team of the 50s to 60s super-hero revival, Kane and Giella, reveal the Shark's sinister plot "to turn [Coast City] into my private hunting preserve!" A clear nod to Richard Connell's classic story of 1924, "The Most Dangerous Game." Twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 13" x 19" (including photostatic paste-up header). Light toning, with a marginal issue-number notation in red ink, and a small spot-stain at lower right. Very Good condition.

    More information about Gil Kane, also known as Kane, Gil, Eli Katz, Scott Edwards, .

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    21st-24th Thursday-Sunday
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