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    Bob Brown and Klaus Janson Daredevil #131 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Before his first conflict with his archnemesis Bullseye later in this issue, Daredevil swings in to disrupt a robbery in progress by D-list villains The Rocketeers on this opening page to "Watch out for Bullseye He Never Misses!" Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 12". The top intro, bottom indicia, and word balloon "At the Attica Hilton" are paste-ups. The arrow-shaped text balloon, the title, and the first text balloon from Daredevil have stripped-in text corrections. There are spot stains on Daredevil's foot and by the Rocketeer running away, a few smudges, blue pencil markings, and discolored production tape in the top, bottom, and right margins. In Very Good condition.

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