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    Gene Colan and Dave Simons Howard the Duck Magazine #1 Splash Page 44 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). A gorgeous (and slightly surreal) splash page that kicked off "Chapter Three: From Hell It Cometh... Chair-Thing!" Howard doesn't know he's about to be rear-ended by a giant flying cash register. This story was intended for issue #35 of the regular comic book format series; however, the decision was made to end the original run with issue #31 and relaunch a few months later in a magazine format. The page was created in ink, white paint, and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". All text (including the Higbee's logo) are paste-ups. Light toning and in Excellent condition.

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