Mike Ratera - Mint - 1 Original artwork
|Object:||Original artwork (More lots)|
|No. of items:||1|
|Series:||Catwoman - DC Comics|
|Title:||Original Drawing - DIN A3 - Mike Ratera|
This is an amazing original drawing of Catwoman, a fictional character created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics.
This original pencil art has been created by the Spanish comic artist Mike Ratera showing the characteristic detailed and hard pencil pressure that distinguish the artist.
- Graphite on cardboard 42x30cm -
MIKE RATERA has contributed stories to a wide variety of international comic-books. Ratera most famous works include CONAN THE CONQUEROR (1996) WITCHFINDER (1998-2001) and more recently SPIKE vs DRACULA (2006), LE CHANT DES ELFES (2007-2010), KABUR THE RED STAR (2014) and STALAG-X (2014), among many others.
This original creation comes from Ratera's private collection and has been specially selected by himself to be distributed.
This unique piece is hand signed by the artist and includes Certificate of Authenticity.
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