DescriptionRick Veitch and John Totleben Swamp Thing #37 John Constantine Page Original Art (DC, 1985). John Constantine, a sorcerer of questionable morality, and the "supernatural advisor" to Swamp Thing debuted in this landmark story, penciled by Rick Veitch. It's been said that Alan Moore created Constantine when Steve Bissette and John Totleben, fans of the rock band the Police, expressed a desire to draw a continuing character who looked like Sting. Moore has described the creation of Constantine as being a combination of some "really good ideas about serial killers, the Winchester House, and wanting to draw Sting in a story." This beautifully drawn page from "Growth Patterns" has an image area of 10" x 15", and aside from clipped corners (outside the image area), the art is in Excellent condition.
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