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    Fred Ray and Jack Burnley Tomahawk #32 Splash Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1955). Tomahawk and Dan Hunter, DC's Batman-and-Robin-in-Buckskin characters, strike an aggressive pose in a dynamic introductory scene. Ray deepens the connection with Batman by placing the heroes atop an array of gigantic properties (clocks), such as the definitive Batman writer Bill Finger often employed. Hard-charging action in every panel -- a classic, from a period when such heroic titles as Tomahawk heralded a Silver Age rebirth for the superhero genre. Ink over graphite on blue-line Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Moderate toning. Replacement logotype, carefully retouched to match the layout. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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    April, 2018
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