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Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Artists: Wally  Wood pencils and inks
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Check out this very nice BRONZE AGE 1976 Science Fiction House of Mystery #251 page, which was penciled and inked by the great Wally Wood, from the story titled: "The Collector!" Wally Wood's sense of humor prevailed, even as failing health during the 1970s left comics master Wood frail and often embittered against the commercial publishing industry. If he enjoyed a new assignment, Wood would summon his reserves of artistic energy against formidable odds. The classic Wood wit shines throughout this late-in-life, MAD-style job for big-gun DC Comics: Not only did Wood flesh out the original loose-pencil breakdowns by Sirois from other separate drawings (Sirois was an assistant in Wood's studio), but Wood also delivered a brushed-ink job as polished as anything he had done during his heyday of the 1950s-1960s. Ink and shading film over blue pencil and graphite on Bristol board. Abel head is a stat. Coram Nobis for the story teller, belongs to scriptwriter David Vern; the Latin coram nobis is an archaic judicial term. Compare this great page to the published comic book page in the red link above. BRONZE AGE WALLY WOOD art pages are VERY hard to find in the hobby these days, so don't miss out on a great opportunity here to own this nice BRONZE AGE WALLY WOOD DRAWN page right here! 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.