|Artist(s):||Neal Adams, Penciller|
|Neal Adams, Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Splash Page|
|Added to Site:||2/7/2018|
Wonderful 2/3rds splash page 9 original artwork for The Spectre Vol. 1 #5 (DC, 1968) by the legendary Neal Adams (pencils and inks). This cool splash is the climatic scene from Chapter One entitled, "The Spectre means Death?" in which the Astral Avenger battles a giant drifter under the control of the Psycho-Pirate. This mysterious drifter would later be revealed to be none other than the infamous Gat Benson - the gangster who originally murdered Jim Corrigan all the back in the Spectre's very first appearance in More Fun Comics #52 (DC, 1940). It's the Spectre to-the-rescue with the incomparable Neal Adams writing and illustrating this nostalgic tale, while incorporating many of the hero's important historical elements within the story arc. Vintage Spectre artwork by Neal Adams is rather rare indeed, and the fact that Adams inked his own remarkable pencils on this early issue is always an added bonus for any astute collector. Art is in excellent condition with the comic book advertisement added by James Pascoe. http://www.archangels.com/catalog-detail.php?id=4082
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