|Title: Rima the Jungle Girl #6 page 8 art by Nestor Redondo||Number:|
|Type: Original Art||Page Color:||Publisher Date: DC, 1975||Price: $3,500.00|
Original artwork for Rima the Jungle Girl #6 (DC, 1975), page 8 by the late great Nestor Redondo (pencils and inks). From the story entitled "Safari of Death," written by seasoned scribe Robert Kanigher. Great action page is highlighted by a large two-thirds splash panel as Rima runs across a jungle river by using a living bridge of floating alligators (just the way Roger Moore portraying secret agent James Bond 007 did in the movie, "Live and Let Die" in 1973), in order to rescue Abel from Trask and his greedy band of hunters.
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