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    Carmine Infantino and Frank McLaughlin Danger Trail #1 Splash Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1993). Secret Agent King Faraday originated in 1950 -- three years before Ian Fleming would introduce James Bond -- and remained a low-profile recurring presence at DC Comics until a showy resurgence in the present selection, the curtain-raiser for a four-issue series. Infantino's high-angle introductory page captures the essence of constant danger that defines the career of King Faraday. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.


    More information about Carmine Infantino, also known as Infantino, Carmine, Carmine Infantino.

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