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    Geof Darrow Hard Boiled #1 Splash Page 12 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1990). The brilliance of Geof Darrow's hyper-detailed line work is all of the extra visual storytelling that is revealed upon closer inspection. Amongst the fast food and baby fueled machinery, pint-sized floating mermaid women scrub down the morbidly obese antagonist Mr. Willeford, a nod to seminal crime fiction writer Charles Willeford. This is the pencil art used to create the final inks for this image from the debut issue of Frank Miller's cyberpunk epic. Crafted in graphite with an image area of 14" x 20", glass-front framed to 18.5" x 24.50". Signed by Darrow in image area. In Excellent condition.

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