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    Joe Kubert - The Brave and the Bold #34, page 25, First Silver Age Hawkman Original Art (DC, 1961). The first Silver Age Hawkman story was featured in The Brave and the Bold #34. To launch the series, editor Julius Schwartz brought in two comics giants, writer Gardner Fox and artist Joe Kubert. Joe was in his mid-thirties at that time, and yet he had already been drawing comics, as a professional, for twenty years! This handsome "two-thirds" page is the final page of "Creature of a Thousand Shapes." All of the Hawkman characters are portrayed: Commissioner George Emmet, Hawkgirl, and Hawkman in costume, the duo in their secret identities of museum staffers Carter and Shiera Hall, as well as their flirtatious co-worker, Mavis Trent. Even one of the Hawks' bird friends makes a cameo in the final panel. The title lettering in the last panel is hand-drawn art, not a type stat or paste-up. The bottom of the page was left blank, as a house ad was to appear in that space on the printed page. A touch of Joe Kubert's blue under-penciling shows from beneath the inks. The paper measures 14.5" x 21", while the image area is 13" x 12". This is a terrific page, in Excellent condition, from that first Silver Age appearance, as drawn by a comics legend, so get your bid in today.

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