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    Herb Trimpe and Dan Green Shogun Warriors #3 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). In the late 1970s, Mattel Inc. licensed a group of previously unrelated anime giant robots. Marvel Comics was commissioned to produced a comic book series starring Raydeen, Combatra, and Dangard Ace (all seen on this page). This is a great page because it also features their respective human pilots and gives some info on each one. The artist, Herb Trimpe, was also illustrating the licensed Godzilla comic book at the same time. It was a great time to be a Kaiju/Giant Robot fan! The page is produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is light tanning, and the corners are trimmed. The bottom edge is irregularly trimmed as well. Otherwise this page is in Excellent condition.

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    May, 2016
    1st Sunday
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