DescriptionJohn Buscema and Alfredo Alcala Savage Sword of Conan #24 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). From the adaptation of "The Tower of the Elephant," one of the best-remembered Robert E. Howard Conan tales. "The Barbarian has never seen an elephant... but he vaguely understands that it is a monstrous animal, with a tail in front as well as behind." The combination of Buscema's line and Alcala's inks is just incredible. Truly the best of both worlds. This gorgeous page is crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". Text is stat paste-ups, and many of them are professional level modern-day replacements. On the backside is a nice inked practice image. There are stains and residue on the backside, however the front side is only tanned. Overall in Very Good condition.
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