Member Since 2006
|Artist(s):||George Tuska, Penciller|
|Vinnie Colletta, Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Comic Strip|
|Added to Site:||12/27/2016|
Dated March 3 & 4, 1983. Two SUPERMAN Newspaper Daily Strips drawn onto one board by George Tuska (pencils) and Vinnie Colletta (inks).
Superman/Clark Kent believes he has infiltrated the Mercenary Army under the name, Jake Wallace. He is unaware the leaders of the army know who he actually is and have secret plans for the Man of Steel! In these two dailies, they tell Wallace/Superman that they believe they can use him and offer him a mission which he accepts with gusto!
The signature boxes are all pasted on stats but Tuska has signed the page on the bottom right margin. Page measures 17 x 11-1/2 with each daily image area measuring 15 x 4-1/2. Art is in excellent shape. There is a large blue highlighter squiggle on the back which does not affect the art in any way.
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