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  • Reggie Mantle Original Comic Art

    Reggie Mantle Original Comic Art Reginald "Reggie" Mantle III is a fictional character in the book. His full name is given as Reginald Mantle, but he is usually called by his nickname Reggie, and sometimes refers to himself as "Mantle, The Magnificent." The character was introduced in . In the Spanish versions of the comic book, Reggie's name is Carlos. Family Reggie, at one point, says he was born in Texas, claims to have some American ancestry, and comes from a fairly well-to-do family, although certainly

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  • RogerCruz Original Comic Art

    Youngblood #14 P9 Youngblood #14 P10 Youngblood #14 P7 Youngblood #14 P8 Youngblood #14 P11 Youngblood #14 P20

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  • Hero Original Comic Art

    Hero Original Comic Art The Forgotten One (also known as Comics universe. He is a member of the near-immortal hidden race known as the . The Forgotten One was created by , and first appeared in The (vol. 1) #13. During his millennia of activity, the adventurer and warrior Forgotten One has used the names of or been mistaken for numerous heroes of myth and legend, including and Gilgamesh. He became an outcast from his fellow when their ruler, , decreed that he had been too proud a meddler in the mortal world

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  • Tom Grummett Original Comic Art

    Robin #2 P5 Robin #2 P6 Superboy #5 P2 New Titans, The #100 P28 Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #5 P21

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  • Marvel Comics Presents

    Marvel Comics Presents Original Comic Art Marvel Comics Presents was a comic book anthology series published by Comics originally from ; it returned for a second volume in . The first volume was released on a biweekly basis and lasted for 175 issues. Each issue had four eight-page stories, of which generally two were episodes in ongoing serials and two were one-episode stories. The one-episode stories generally featured obscure or little-seen characters from the universe, and often featured work by creators

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  • Joe Casey Original Comic Art

    G.I. Joe #17 P11 G.I. Joe #17 P12 G.I. Joe #18 P3 G.I. Joe #15 P11 G.I. Joe #16 P22 Superman / Batman #70 P21 Superman / Batman #70 P22 Authority Annual 2000 #1 P21 Authority Annual 2000 #1 P22 Displaying results 1 - 9 of 9

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  • Ant-Man

    Ant-Man Original Comic Art Ant-Man is the name of several fictional characters in the Comics Universe. The first Ant-Man , was created by and first appears in Tales to Astonish #35. ce Pym, both Scott Lang and Eric O'Grady have used the name . Over the years a variety of characters have assumed the title of , most of whom have been connected with the : Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym invented the various methods for someone to reduce their size and assume the identity of Ant-Man , armed with a helmet that can control

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  • Scott McDaniel Original Comic Art

    Scott McDaniel Original Comic Art Scott McDaniel is a comics artist who has drawn numerous books, including Comics 'Fall from Grace storyline for the series. Notable artwork for Comics include a long run on as regular penciller, , Richard Dragon, and most recently . McDaniel was born in in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was an avid fan ofsuperheroes, and his mother would buy him stacks of comics from flea markets. He learned to draw from all those old comics. McDaniel graduated from the Penn

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  • Chuck Dixon Original Comic Art

    Chuck Dixon Original Comic Art Charles "Chuck" Dixon (born ) is an American comic book writer, perhaps best-known for long runs on titles in the s. Chuck Dixon was born on April 14, and grew up in the Philadelphia area, reading comics of all genres. He has stated that was perhaps his favorite comic book creator growing up, and that he looked up to the artwork of artists such as . His earliest comics work was writing Evangeline first for Comico Comics in (then later for First Comics, who published the

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  • Marv Wolfman Original Comic Art

    Marv Wolfman Original Comic Art Marvin A. "Marv" man (born May 13, ) is an award-winning American comic book writer. He is best known for lengthy runs on The Tomb of , creating for Comics , and The New for Comics. man attended New York's High School of Art and Design, hoping to become a cartoonist. He was active in fandom before he broke into professional comics at man was one of the first to publish Stephen King, with "In A Half-World of " (in man's horror fanzine Stories of Suspense #2 , Wolf Dracula

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