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    Paul Gulacy and Jimmy Palmiotti Sci-Spy #4 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 2002). 'Way back in the 1950s, Famous Monsters editor Forrest J Ackerman coined the term sci-fi -- a takeoff on hi-fi, or high-fidelity audio recording. Generations later, the pun still resonates, with such aftershocks as Sci-Spy, a fusion of science fiction and espionage. Writer-artist Gulacy and scenarist Doug Moench tell of a futuristic mystery-man named Sebastian Starchild -- seen here in a desperate retreat from an outer-space phenomenon. Inker Palmiotti is well attuned to Gulacy's intensely kinetic composition. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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