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    Jim Lee and Scott Williams Batman #615 "Hush: Chapter 8: The Dead" Double-Page Splash Pages 10-11 Original Art (DC, 2003). From the famed "Hush" story arc, this breathtaking scene of the Batcave features a total of 16 different Batmobiles! You can see Batman and Nightwing on the left side page, but if you look closely, other hidden gems include the dinosaur, the giant penny, and a Bat-plane. Also of note, several of the Batmobiles are easily recognizable... the 1940's style, the TV Batmobile (1966), Super Friends (1978), Batman Forever (1995), and many more. Crafted in ink over graphite on two sections of bright white DC Bristol board with a combined image area of 22" x 15.75". Signed by Jim Lee on the lower margin of the left hand page. In Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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