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    Sal Buscema and P. Craig Russell - Tarzan #29, pages 2 and 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Lost at sea, his beloved Jane dying, Tarzan casts his mind back to the events of the last few issues, including his escape from the top of the Empire State building, which is depicted in a spectacular two-page spread. Sal Buscema provides the sturdy storytelling, while P. Craig Russell adds considerable panache with his inks. The overall effect is stunning. The piece consists of two 10.5" x 16" sheets that have been taped together, and are in Excellent condition overall, with some glue stains in the center margin. The third panel across the top has been tipped-in, but is all original art. The art has been signed by Russell at the bottom.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2004
    8th Monday
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