Original Art To A Golden-Age Western Title Page From 1951. YOUNG EAGLE #4 (Fawcett Publications, 1951) ORIGINAL PAGE #1 ARTWORK.
Pencil And Ink Work To The Title Page Of The Lead Story, Titled "The Man Who Came Back". Solid Page, Which Is Not Autographed, So I Don't Know Who Drew It. It is a massive 15" x 22" , this showpiece.
Original Work For A Native American Western Adventure Comic From Two-Thirds-Of-A-Century Ago! This series has always appealed to fans of the old "cowboys & Indians" books, movies, and comics.. And It's One Of The Few Native-American Helmed Titles In Comics History. Beautiful Published Art To An Uncommon Pre-Code Western, One Which Would Be Of Interest To A Growing Number Of People, Including Based On Heritage/Historical Implications, As Well As Comic Collectors.THE INDIAN-HERO TRIES TO RESCUE THE TRAPPED HORSES BEFORE THEY BURN UP IN THE FIRE! This showpiece features tremendous dynamic imagery! Great detail work, with quality renditions of the characters, and the tightness of the ink work is impressive! THIS ART IS LUSH, WITH TEXTURE AND DETAIL WORK. The originals to published golden-age comics are notoriously tough to get, and once one sells, it can be out of the market for decades. Any comic-art fan will want to see our other current offerings, featuring dozens of pieces, including vintage cover production art. THIS ARTWORK IS SUPPLE AND CLEAN AND WELL PRESERVED, PLEASE SEE THE INCLUDED PICTURES. This original piece of comic illustration art would be a great addition to the collection of any fan of the unique original artwork to vintage comics. This is the ORIGINAL COMIC ART, which is far bigger in size than a comic book or a magazine. Dimensions are 15" by 22", so you can imagine that every individual figure is substantial; A conversation piece of the highest order.
I took a picture of it next to a random comic of the same era for scale, NO COMICS ARE INCLUDED, This Is For The Art Page Only! The digital pictures make the piece appear dull and drab, when in reality it is especially striking in person. This actual one-off item was created for Fawcett Comics to produce the gripping title-page. This gorgeous showpiece is the original, not mere "stats" or photocopies (besides the publisher's masthead at top and "Young Eagle" logo which were reused each month), -- it is especially striking since the inking was done to high standards, so it really emphasizes the high-impact images. Note the "The Man Who Came Back" title banner is hand drawn, as are all the words of text.
This is one-of-a-kind material which would be a great acquisition for any fan of old comics or Native American ephemera! Extra fresh, bright, and clean; It has obviously been well-preserved so far. Has some various notes in blueline, in the margins outside the panels.Boasting lots of great details, this would be particularly impressive if it were framed and displayed, but it could also be stored for investment. Many of you have dealt with us through our ads in CBM, CBG, O. We are secure packagers and prompt shippers so expect to be pleased. This irreplaceable item is the only one of its kind...
Great item for the serious Western fan or American Indian ephemera buff, or just the art investor or pre-code fan who enjoys owning true rarities to keep himself or herself satisfied visually, while keeping his/her portfolio diversified in a most impressive fashion! As Usual: LOW ASKING PRICE AND NO RESERVE! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED International Customers Welcome. KEY COMICS IS ALWAYS DEALING IN COMICS & ART! Good Luck and Happy Collecting!
The item "Young Eagle 4 PAGE #1 ART Original TITLE SPLASH Native American 1951 Horses Burn" is in sale since Saturday, February 4, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Original Comic Art\Other Original Comic Art".The seller is "keycomics" and is located in Mesa, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.