DescriptionJohn Buscema and "Crusty Bunkers" Conan the Barbarian #45 Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). A tavern full of rogues, including a glowering Cimmerian! "Crusty Bunkers" was the house name used when various people from the Neal Adams studio pitched in to ink a job. Conan's face is so nicely inked, it's not too far-fetched to think the Nefarious one himself did those particular strokes of the pen. Also, don't miss the sketches on the back of the piece. Signed "John Buscema '75" near the top. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board. There's a two-inch cut through the art at right, just above the story title. Typical glue stains. Very Good condition. Image area is 10" x 14".
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