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    Dan Burton, Sean Forney, Edwin David, and Others Original Art Sketches Group of 5 (2000-2014). A group of character sketches by various artists which includes: a graphite sketch of Belit from Queen of the Black Coast by Dan Burton (measuring 9" x 12"), an inked drawing of Harleen Quinzel by Aldrin "Buzz" Aw (image area of 10" x 15.25"), an ink and graphite illustration of Witchblade by Edwin David (measuring 11" x 16.75"), an inked illustration of Harley Quinn by Sean Forney (image area of 14" x 8.75"), and a graphite sketch of members of the JLA by Arvell Jones (image area of 10" x 15"). All of the pieces are signed and in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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    September, 2018
    9th Sunday
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