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    Tom Grummett and Karl Kesel Adventures of Superman #501 Cover Original Art (DC, 1993). Superboy tries to fill the void left by the Man of Steel after his death at the hands of Doomsday in this "Reign of the Supermen" crossover, continuing the epic storyline of a world without the Last Son of Krypton. The hero with attitude makes his mark as one of Superman's replacements on this cover by Grummett and Kesel. Rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on DC cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The board has a taped logo and credits acetate overlay, header and wall image paste-ups, staples at the top, with light staining and handling wear. In Very Good condition.

    More Information: EDIT: Cover inked by Karl Kesel.

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