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Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Full Story
Artists: Ernie  Chan penciller
Mike Royer inker
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Check out this STUNNING "COMPLETE" 20 page 1974 BRONZE AGE DC SUPERHERO STORY, which was penciled by the great Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua], and inked by the great Mike Royer, from the story titled: "The Night of the Spider" This AMAZING 1974 story has a DEFINITE Jack Kirby feel to it as Mike Royer inked it as if Jack Kirby were penciling it! This story features tons of action and lots of great monsters and battle throughout the ENTIRE 20 page story! The art and title area at the top of the page 1 splash is all DRAWN ARTWORK! Just a masterpiece here folks! BRONZE AGE 1970s DC Super hero COMPLETE STORIES are nearly nonexistent to find intact, so don't miss out on a great opportunity here to own a nice Bronze Age 1974 DC complete 20 page SANDMAN STORY! This Sandman of the 1974 was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Issue #1 was intended as a one-shot, but five more issues and an additional story followed. After the first issue, the stories were written by Michael Fleisher. This second (and third issues) were illustrated by Ernie Chua. and Mike Royer. This Sandman was originally intended to be the actual Sandman of popular myth, "eternal and immortal", despite his superhero-like appearance and adventures. The Sandman is assisted by two living nightmares named Brute and Glob, (both pictued brilliantly on this splash and as well as multiple times in thism ngreat story, whom Sandman releases from domed cells with the help of a magic whistle. They are nuisances who beg for release, who are intent on hand-to-hand combat, but are implied to be relatively harmless and well-intentioned once freed. Using security monitoring devices, the Sandman can enter the "Dream Stream" or the "Reality Stream" (in which he acts like the superhero he looks like), and he carries a pouch of dream dust with which he can cause anyone to sleep and dream. The Sandman's main task is protecting children from nightmare monsters within their dreams, especially one young boy named Jed, who lives with his grandfather, Ezra Paulsen, as well as to ensure that children have an appropriate level of nightmares rather than dealing with such anxieties in real life. Implied to be a major foe of his is the Nightmare Wizard, who creates nightmares that are too extreme and sometimes kill children who dream them. In none of his three appearances does the Nightmare Wizard serve as an antagonist, but the two are clearly opposed to each other. ALL art on our website (including this one) are able to be purchased with VERY fair time payments, and trades are always considered towards "ANY" art on our website! Just send us an email to and we can try to work something out.