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    Neal Adams and George Tuska Challengers of the Unknown #74 Story Page 1 Deadman Original Art (DC, 1970). Neal Adams drew the Deadman figure on this page and the rest was illustrated by George Tuska. The issue was split, with Tuska doing Pages 2-16, and Adams doing 17-23 of the story "To Call A Deadman". This page was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Deadman logo is a stat paste-up, with whiteout around the title and in the credits box in the bottom left. The page is signed by Tuska in the top title panel. There is glue residue near the paste-up title, with a few stains on the Deadman figure. There is also a notch out of the top right marginal corner. Overall in Very Good condition.

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