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    Wayne Boring Superman #65 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1950). Panel 3 on this twice-up scale page is an iconic image of the Man of Steel that harkens back to the cover image for issue #32 in 1945! "Well, it does tickle!" Superman had been around for 12 years at this point, but it was time for "The Testing of Superman" as this story introduced Dr. Ephraim Potts, who is attempting to measure his powers. A super page rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". It is matted to 17" x 22". In Excellent condition.
    From the Jim Steranko Collection.

    More information about Wayne Boring, also known as Boring, Wayne, .

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