|Artist(s):||Jerry Bingham, Penciller|
|Mike Gustovich, Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||11/16/2017|
Original artwork of three consecutive pages 14, 15 and 16 for Warp #14 (First Comics, 1984) by the supremely talented Jerry Bingham (pencils) and Mike Gustovich (inks). From the storyline, "Wizard's Gambit" this scene features Chaos, Prince of Madness as he displays his remarkable powers by reducing one of his deadly Samuroids to nothing, but a small playful toy as he schemes his invasion and plunder of Fen-Ra. The next two pages feature a full out battle action melee between the wizard's Hapax, Enchiridion and their leader, Lugulbanda as they combat the marauding hordes of the Demons of Dis to a standstill. Art is beautifully rendered in Bingham's classic style from his prime period, action-packed to the fullest and wonderfully designed with his ever present cinematic eye with powerful images. From the personal archives of the artist himself. In excellent condition with image size measuring 10" x 15."
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