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    Neal Adams and Bernie Wrightson Green Lantern #84 "Peril in Plastic" Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1971). Here's an outstanding action page from a ground-breaking Neal Adams issue of Green Lantern. Swamp Thing co-creator Bernie Wrightson showed that he was no slouch when it came to first-rate superhero style inking -- who knew? In his online interview with the "Silver Age Sage," Wrightson recalled, "I was familiar with Neal's work from the comic strip Ben Casey. He did that as a daily strip for a few years, so I had seen his work in the comic strips, and again, it was a big thrill to meet him, and there he was actually working (at DC), and we'd all crowd into his tiny little office. He had this room that was the size of a closet and it was practically filled with this big overhead projector and he'd sit in there with the lights off and just the light from the projector shining down and he would do little breakdowns, like maybe three inches high. Just very sketchy little things on typing paper. He would sketch out his pages and then he'd put them on the projector and use those as the guide for his finished pages. So we'd just go in there and crowd around and he was great. He could talk and joke and still work at the same time. It was great hanging out with Neal. He was always terrific. It was like some separate part of him was able to draw while the other part of him could socialize." This remarkable 10" x 15" page has some light overall aging; otherwise, it's in Excellent condition.

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