George Perez WONDER WOMAN 4 Page #15 Pencil & Ink 1987 Intense DC Comics SIGNED

George Perez WONDER WOMAN 4 Page #15 Pencil & Ink 1987 Intense DC Comics SIGNED

George Perez WONDER WOMAN 4 Page #15 Pencil & Ink 1987 Intense DC Comics SIGNED

George Perez WONDER WOMAN 4 Page #15 Pencil & Ink 1987 Intense DC Comics SIGNED

Original George Perez Art To An Early Wonder Woman Page From 1987. WONDER WOMAN (1980′s) Issue #4, Page #21 With Impressive Depictions And Battle Action! Written And Drawn By The Legendary George Perez For A Tale Titled A Long Day’s Journey Into Fright! Perez Autographed it, in the left margin! Wonder Woman is the very first succesful female hero in comics, dating back to the start of the golden-age with such famous books as All Star #8 and Sensation Comics #1, followed by Wonder Woman #1 (1st Series) which was the first title helmed by a female lead. Over the past eight decades she has emerged as the most iconic of all the heroines, and recently became a huge hit on the big screen. Attentive depictions in these well-rendered panels, this showpiece. Original Pencils and Inks To A Eye-Popping WW Page! This series has always appealed to fans of the DC comics, as well as those who like to see top icons by the artist that is the most well-remembered for the character. Keep in mind, all things about the superheroes such as Dark Knight and Supes and WW, including the early comic appearances and this one-of-a-kind cult-classic item, are likely to continue to gain popularity, thanks in part to hit modern appearances in comics and graphic novels, and also planned film and TV projects. Beautiful Clean Line Art To An Exciting Diana Prince Tale From The Scriptor And Cover Artist Himself, GEORGE PEREZ, With Finishes/Inks By Bruce Patterson. George Perez AT HIS BEST, Each Panel Is A Masterpiece. This is one of those pieces you can enjoy immensely without having to read any of the surrounding pages, making it a superb stand-alone piece to frame and display. This page features tremendous dynamic imagery. PLUS, ORIGINAL COMIC ART IS HUGE, AT CLOSE TO TWO FEET TALL! Great detail work, with quality renditions of the characters and the settings, and the tightness of the inks is impressive! EACH PANEL IS LUSH, WITH THE ACTION AND EXPRESSIONS ENHANCING THE TALE WITH MINIMAL NEED FOR NARRATION. This page is from DC COMICS, and in this case, the long-running Wonder Woman series. The originals to popular issues of this series are notoriously tough to get, and once one sells, it can be out of the market for decades. Any comic-art fan will want to see our store, featuring dozens of pieces, including vintage cover production art. THIS ARTWORK IS SUPPLE AND CLEAN AND WELL PRESERVED, ALTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN TRIMMED IRREGULARLY AT THE TOP EDGE, THERE IS STILL MORE THAN ENOUGH BLANK MARGIN FOR A MATTE/FRAME. This original piece of comic illustration art would be a great addition to the collection of any fan of the unique original artwork to vintage comics. This is the ORIGINAL COMIC ART, which is far bigger in size than a comic book or a magazine. A whopping 11″ by 16.5″, and almost all of it’s image-area, so you can imagine that every individual image is substantial. A conversation piece of the highest order, you’ll want to have this one framed and displayed prominently. Much too large for our scanner, this jaw-dropper is almost a foot wide and well over a foot tall, so I took some mediocre low-res pictures with the digital camera. One photograph shows the art alongside a random comic for scale. The digital pictures make the piece appear dull and drab, when in reality it is clean and white, and especially striking in person. This actual one-off item was created by GEORGE PEREZ and Bruce Patterson in 1987 for DC Comics to produce the entertaining story. This gorgeous showpiece is the original, none of it is mere “stats” or photocopies except for the text elements, and some word balloons are not present, so there is visible glue staining. It is especially striking since the inking was done to high standards, so it really emphasizes the high-impact images. This is one-of-a-kind material which would be a great acquisition for any fan of the old superhero comics or books, graphic novels and magazines! Extra fresh, bright, and clean; It has obviously been well-preserved so far. Boasting lots of great details, this would be particularly impressive if it were framed and displayed, but it could also be stored for investment. Many of you have dealt with us through our ads in CBM, CBG, O. We are secure packagers and prompt shippers so expect to be pleased. This irreplaceable item is the only one of its kind… Great item for the serious female superhero ephemera buff, or just the art investor or Wonder Woman goddess memorabilia fan who enjoys owning true rarities to keep himself or herself satisfied visually, while keeping his/her portfolio diversified in a most impressive fashion! As Usual: LOW ASKING PRICE AND NO RESERVE! KEY COMICS IS ALWAYS DEALING IN COMICS & ART! For more samples from our diverse inventory, including CGC-Graded Comics, plus more Comic Line Art, and DC COVER ART from the historic Jack Adler Collection that we listed in assorted categories, please see our store. Good Luck and Happy Collecting! The item “George Perez WONDER WOMAN 4 Page #15 Pencil & Ink 1987 Intense DC Comics SIGNED” is in sale since Tuesday, January 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Original Comic Art\Other Original Comic Art”. The seller is “keycomics” and is located in Mesa, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Original Comic Art
  • Publisher: DC COMICS
  • Genre: Superhero
  • Major Superhero Crossover Issue: ACTUAL PENCILS AND INKS
  • Year: 1987

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