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    George Perez - Man-Wolf Sketch Original Art (1977). George Perez spotlights the Man-Wolf in this terrific sketch. John Jameson was an astronaut who had been on several missions before being selected for a secret mission to the moon. While there he discovered a ruby-like gemstone that he felt compelled to own. He stole it from quarantine and began wearing it as a pendant. The moonstone proved to be an alien artifact that attached itself to Jameson's throat and on nights of the full moon transformed him into the Man-Wolf. The sketch measures 8" x 12" and aside from a few small stains, it is in Very Good condition.

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    May, 2005
    1st Sunday
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