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    John Buscema and Stephanie Buscema Unpublished JLA Barbarians #1 Story Page 3 Original Art (c. 2002). John Buscema took over art duties for Gil Kane (after his passing), on Superman: Blood of My Ancestors, in which the story centered around the released hereditary memories in Superman and him discovering the first of House of El on Krypton 500,000 years ago. After finishing that story, Buscema signed on for a five-issue miniseries with Roy Thomas titled JLA: Barbarians. Sadly, while working on the first issue, Buscema, was diagnosed with stomach cancer and the story went unpublished. Ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Preliminary sketch on reverse side. Art is in Excellent condition.

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