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    Michael Kaluta - The Shadow #4 page 16 Original Art (DC, 1973). A harsh, whispered laugh echoes through the night... as an ominous black shape hurtles the gap between a speeding taxi and a driverless station wagon. Margo Lane and Harry Vincent face impending death, but get a little help from the Shadow, in this page from the first issue of DC's The Shadow comic book series. Arguably best known for his artistic revival of Conde-Nast's iconic hero, Michael W. Kaluta, is the visual force responsible for this superb interpretation of one of the world's most dearly loved pulp heroes. The art measures 10" x 15" and there are two small stains, at the top left edge and in the right side of the last panel; otherwise this pure Kaluta extravaganza is in Very Good condition.

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    February, 2005
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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