More Fun Spectre Comics panel recreation by Sheldon Moldoff

Title: More Fun Spectre Comics panel recreation by Sheldon Moldoff Number:
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Type: Original Art Page Color: Publisher Date: DC, 1995
Grim and gripping ode recreation to Bernard Baily's classic Spectre splash panel, by Golden-Age legend Sheldon "Shelly" Moldoff (DC, circa 1995). This classic splash represents one of the most famous images of the entire Golden-Age and was first used in More Fun Comics #57 (DC, 1940). Most unforgettable in every aspect, this remarkable piece showcases the Astral Avenger in his full divine dominating Golden-Age glory.

Created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Bernard Baily in More Fun Comics #52 (DC, 1940), the Spectre was the first, most powerful and the greatest of all supernatural superheroes, being granted his God-like powers by none other than the Almighty Himself. He was the lead feature in More Fun Comics, gracing some of the most classic and famous covers of the entire Golden-Age of Comic Books, bar none, and was a founding member of the Justice Society of America - introduced by Gardner Fox in All-Star Comics #3 (DC, 1940).

Rendered and hand lettered in pen/ ink with color markers on heavy illustration board with an 13" x 16" image size. Notice how Shelly ingeniously lettered "The Spectre" logo above the hero's form in a rather rough, even wild style that perfectly symbolizes the character's dark and deadly nature.


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