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    Nestor Redondo - Original Splash Page Art for Swamp Thing #14, page 2 and 3 (DC, 1975). This just about as nice an image of Swamp Thing as you could hope for. Nestor Redondo had some huge shoes to fill in following Bernie Wrightson on the Swamp Thing series. He successfully accomplished that feat, as aptly demonstrated by this piece which was beautifully watercolored at a later date. The Swamp Thing character has had a long, successful history at DC comics, but this early image has all of the power and angst that few to follow can match. This piece is in excellent condition and has been matted to an overall size of 23" x 16.75" and has an image area of 21" x 14.75".

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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