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Tales to Astonish # 55 (Marvel, 1964) Dick Ayers

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Tales to Astonish # 55 (Marvel, 1964) Dick Ayers

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Tales to Astonish # 55 (Marvel, 1964) Dick Ayers

3,500.00

Outstanding silver age artwork by legendary artist, Dick Ayers, featuring Giant Man, The Wasp and The Human Top !!!!
Pencilled and Inked on bristol board
Volume 1, Issue 55
Produced By: Marvel Comics
Size: 13.5" x 20.5" inches (unframed)
Release Date: March, 1964
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CB-00530

COMMENTS  
Dick Ayers - Original interior art for "Tales to Astonish" # 55, page 11 (Marvel, 1964).

Giant-Man and the Wasp are "On the Trail of the Human Top!" in this tale written by Stan Lee and drawn by Dick Ayers. This is one of the BEST pages featuring Giant Man in every panel, as well as Janet Van Dyne (The Wasp) in four panels, plus the issue's villain, the Human Top. A little slice of Silver Age superherodom, courtesy of Lee and Ayers. The overall page size is 13.5" x 20.5" with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". The art is remarkably well-kept, with very little aging apparent.

DICK AYERS:
Dick Ayers (American, 1924-2014): is lauded as a mainstay of the Marvel Age of Heroes that began at the dawn of the Silver Age. Fast, reliable, and gifted, Ayers' inking touch can be found on virtually every key Marvel superhero character, including the Fantastic Four, the Hulk, the Human Torch, Giant-Man, the Avengers, the X-Men, and others. At the insistence of Marvel editor Stan Lee, inker Dick Ayers was often teamed with penciler Jack Kirby, and their work together served as the template for the Marvel house style. Ayers is also celebrated for his own dynamic brand of penciling, especially in the mystery, war, and Western genres. Among his most fondly remembered stories are those showcasing the Ghost Rider, Rawhide Kid, the Two-Gun Kid, El Diablo, Jonah Hex, Sgt. Fury, the Unknown Soldier, and the Haunted Tank.

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