Sabre v1
Eclipse
1982-85

1
2-9
10 - Marshall Rogers cover
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Cadet Gray of West Point v1 #1 / Dell Giant, 1958 - This perfect-bound, one-shot issue chronicles the life of a young cadet. His experiences at the military academy are interspersed with tales of America's historic battles. A different artist contributes to each segment. Al Williamson's depiction of Captain John Paul Jones O' Brien at Buena Vista is the most noteworthy. Despite being less dynamic than his western and science fiction works, his art has the appropriate feel of a documentary. Other artists in this issue include John Buscema and Joe Sinnott. This is number 1 of 1 Cadet Gray of West Point issues with Williamson art and/or covers.
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Untitled segment Williamson story pencils (Angelo Torres inks, partial pencils?) 10 pages (starting pg 24) = ***

Cadet Gray of West Point v1 #1 dell comic book page art by Al Williamson
Al Williamson
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Fighting Yank v1 #28, 1949 - One of Al Williamson's earliest works, he contributes only a single page in this golden age issue. The Fighting Yank, a super-hero costumed as a colonial patriot, is featured in several stories throughout the book. Among the less prominent pages is the "Fighting Yank's Notebook", which make futuristic predictions on fashion and communications. Al Williamson draws four separate panels, none of which particularly distinctive or engaging. In fact, this early effort may have been overlooked if not for his signature in upper right hand panel. This is number 1 of 1 Fighting Yank issues with Williamson art and/or covers.
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"The Fighting Yank's Notebook" Williamson story pencils and inks 1 page = *

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Sabu Elephant Boy v1
Fox
1950-50

30 (#1)
2


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Saga of Ra's Al Ghul v1
DC
1988-88

1-4


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