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    Adam Hughes - Original Illustration of Green Lantern (1989). Adam Hughes' naturalistic style, his ability to depict beautiful heroines, and his humorous writing have garnered him much praise from fans all over the world. Here is a private commission drawn by Hughes featuring the Emerald Gladiator, Green Lantern, in the midst of yet another cosmic journey to the end of the galaxy. This illustration is done in marker and ink on an 11" x 14" sheet of bristol board. A very nice rendering of Hal Jordan by one of the hottest comic artists around!

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2003
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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