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    Sheldon Moldoff and Joe Giella - Detective Comics #352, page 1 Original Art (DC, 1966). A roundhouse right from the Masked Manhunter of Gotham City sends another baddy into a well-deserved dreamland! From the height of Batmania, this was a hipper, swingier Batman than either the grim vigilante of the 1940s or the SF crimefighter of the 1950s. Gone were the dinosaurs, aliens and giant props that had been a mainstay of the character for the last decade. The "new-look" Batman was designed for a far more sophisticated audience. Although this page is signed by Bat-creator Bob Kane, the art is actually by Shelly Moldoff, one of the mainstays of the Golden and Silver Ages, and inker Joe Giella. In Excellent condition, this page measures approximately 13.25" x 20.75", with an image area of approximately 12" x 16". The logo is a stat, but all else is original art, with only minor evidence of whiteout. A thrilling piece of art, from the swingin' Silver Age, this is a splash page no true Batfan will want to miss out on!

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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