Size: 51 x 18 cm. - Mint - 1 Original artwork - The Sun - Signed, with certificate
|Nr. of Items:||1|
|Series:||Romero, Enric Badia|
|Issue number:||- Original published strip (#10.092)|
|Title:||Modesty Blaise & Willie Garvin - The Zombie|
|Year oldest item:||2001|
|Extras:||Signed, with certificate|
|Artist:||Size: 51 x 18 cm.|
• Hand signed by Romero
• Includes CoA
Original published comic strip number 10.092 of the multitalented spy Modesty Blaise, included in "The Zombie" story number 95.
This original daily strip was written by Peter O'Donnell and hand drawn by Enric Badia Romero in November 2000.
This original version is inked and hand signed by Romero.
After several years creating two specific series for Fleetway and different stories for the American Warren Publishing, in 1970 the London newspaper Evening Standard proposed to Romero to replace Jim Holdaway, unexpected death, as illustrator of the famous Modesty Blaise series in association with writer Peter O'Donnell. Thanks to the popularity of the character, issued in principle until 1978, Romero gained an international reputation as a cartoonist.
This unique original comic strip comes from Romero private collection.
This original piece is hand signed by the artist and includes Certificate of Authenticity.
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Many thanks for this Artwork which arrived with me today. The packaging was excellent and it is as described on Catawiki.
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