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    Paul Renaud Vampirella #19 Couverture Originale (Dynamite, 2012). Vampirella accompagnée d'un team d'assaut de monstres mène un raid sur une crypte pour au final y découvrir Vlad Dracula les attendant. Encre de Chine sur crayon avec une superficie d'image de 30 x 42 cm. Signée et datée par l'artiste. En Très Bonne Condition.
    Paul Renaud Vampirella #19 Cover Original Art (Dynamite, 2012). Vampirella and an urban monster assault team lead a raid on a crypt, and find Vlad Dracula waiting for them. Ink over graphite with an image area of 11.5" x 16.5". Signed and dated by the artist. In Very Good condition.


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    October, 2020
    3rd-4th Saturday-Sunday
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