DescriptionJohn Buscema and Tom Palmer The Avengers #74 Black Panther Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1970). Marvel had taken a stand against racism ever since the "Hate-Monger" story arc had marked The Fantastic Four as an issues-driven title during the 1960s. Here is a tense page from Roy Thomas' story, "Pursue the Panther," in which a Ku Klux Klan surrogate taunts an associate of the Black Panther on network television. Meanwhile, the Panther himself is held captive by that very organization. Buscema delivers some fine deep-perspective views of the situation, and Palmer's inking includes the finer touch of white-on-black shading film, for dramatic effect. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with Zipatone effects. Image area, 10.5" x 15". Light toning. Very Good condition.
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