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There are three pieces that were done when this page was originally printed.
There was the original piece with Dale Keowns' pencils and Bob McLeods' inks and two Tonal Pieces. This is one of the TONAL PIECES that was purchased from Bob McLeod around 1993/4. Bob had Xeroxed the original and did some tonal work to get it to his final liking.
So all the Tonal work on this is Bob McLeods over a Xeroxed copy of the original pencils and inks. There were some questions about the process and this is what Bob had written back last year. "Dale Keown pencilled it on a regular sheet of Marvel paper, and I inked it directly over his pencils. Then I made a xerox copy of it onto a sheet of duo-tone paper, which I brushed a chemical onto to make the tones appear (it's a special paper that has lines lightly printed on it. When you brush on a chemical, the lines become dark enough to print. When you use a second chemical, darker lines appear)."