Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Savage Dragon #10 Original Cover Art Tmnt Larsen For Sale
Up for sale today is once in a lifetime find...
You are offerding on an original hand drawn piece of cover art...
The artyou are offerding on is thepreliminary cover art to the 1996 Image Comics
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #10 Cover!!!
this cover prelim isby two artists!!!
These authentic pencils are by Image Comics artist Frank Fosco & inked byErik Larsen!!!
BEST COVER IN THE ENTIRE SERIES
RARE TMNT AND SAVAGE DRAGON CROSSOVER COVER ART!!!
Frank Fosco and Erik Larson did the entire TMNT Image comics 1996 run consisting of 23 issues!!!
FINALLY PARTING WITH THE BEST TMNT COVER I HAVE...This cover art features all four turtles co-staring with non other then fan favorite Savage Dragon. Cover depicts a fully armed crew ready to kick some A@#!!! This preliminary cover measures 9"x11" and would look great framed. Original art is fully inked by Erik Larsen over Frank Fosco's light pencils and features "white-out" touches to make Larsen's ink POP!!! As you can see in the pics above, this preliminary cover art is pretty muchspot onto how the final version turned out. As most of you know the Image Comics TMNT issues are very rare (super low print run) and even "fill-in" issues go for $20-$30 a piece and the TPBgoes for $100+.Now you can own a much more valuable and authentic piece of the Image Comics production process. *Read the bottom for some cool info on the Image TMNT run*
**comic is not included in this sale and is only shown as reference to which issue the art is from.**
DUE TO THE HIGH VALUE OF THIS PIECE I WILL SHIP AND PACKAGE WITH THE UTMOST CARE. I ONLY SHIP WITHIN THE CONTINENTAL U.S. UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE PRIOR TO sales END. PAYMENT IS DUE WITHIN 3 DAYS OF sales END. THANKS AND HAPPY offerDING!Raphael has had half of his face blown off by a mercenary cyborg’s cannon in #1. The left side of his face looks a little like Two-Face’s scarred side, though it doesn’t appear to be discolored. He now wears an eyepatch and occasionally dons Casey Jones’ old hockey mask (while Casey himself seems to have adopted the American Flag-esque mask he acquired from the 4-issue Body Count miniseries). In #1, Donatello was repeatedly shot when a band of cyborgs invaded their home in the sewers. Awakening on a helicopter leaving New York, he escaped his captors only to plummet thousands of feet to land in an alley. His shell broken and his life ebbing away, the corpse of the cyborg whose head he had blown off with his own cannon on his way down moved from its deceased host body to take over Donatello’s dying body in #4. Healing and restoring him (save for his shell—Don had to leave it) Donatello is resurrected as a cyborg. His metallic arm now possessing morphing abilities, (ala the T-1000 of Terminator 2), he can change it into a massive cannon or pretty much anything he wants. After issue #5, in which Warlord Komodo had his servants inject him with a synthetic mutagen distilled from his own blood and becoming infected with the rabies virus from coming into contact with bats he encountered in a cave, Splinter has become a humanoid bat with limited sentience (he doesn’t recognize the Turtles; can’t speak straight; and has violent tendencies). After #9, however, it seems that at least Splinter’s sanity may return, as Leonardo injected him with a rabies antidote that was theoretically supposed to revert him to his previous state before he flew off. The Turtles tracked him to Chicago in #10 when they heard reports of a "vampire killer," though it appears Splinter’s escape did not take him there (a Vanguard supervillain named DeathWatch was responsible). In #11, Donatello’s memory is apparently completely overrun by his on-line computer after an encounter with DeathWatch. A soulless droid, it remains to be seen if or how Donatello will resurface. In #12, the Turtles begin a search for DeathWatch, possibly in the hopes that they could restore Donatello by reintegrating the brain patterns still stored in DeathWatch into Donatello’s now-inactive brain. In #13, Donatello and company confront DeathWatch again, but once more the villain escaped, leaving Don in even worse shape. In #14, the soulless Don’s symbiote’s conscious merged with Lurch, an automaton shapeshifter assistant of Vanguard, sprouted wings and a jetpack, then flew off. Don himself, however, remained braindead, and Vanguard took him to keep on life-support. In #15, Donatello, sans the CPU that deserted him, returns to normal with a slightly altered cyborg suit. Raphael has become the Shredder, effective beyond #13 as part of his vow to consolidate the Foot Clan (fitting, since a time traveling story in Volume 1 revealed that Raphael was partially responsible for their formation). Currently he has been forced to face his bat-mutated master, Splinter, in #14. His injuries from the battle required members of the Foot to pool their efforts to heal him in #15. The other Turtles, though aware of a return of Shredder, are unaware that Raphael has assumed the mantle of Shredder. Raphael almost killed Splinter. In a scene on the last page of #16, Raphael, while in the Astral Plane with his brothers to try and save Splinter, stops the raoffer/bat-mutated Splinter from attacking Donatello by stabbing him in the back with his sai. Splinter drops, Raphael looks down on him, and Splinter returns to his rat form and sanity before apparently dying in a sobbing Raphael’s arms. "If you die here, you’re really dead, so be careful!" - Leonardo to his brothers while in the Astral Plane in #16. Nevertheless, Splinter lives, and is back in his old rat form. Leonardo gas apparently had his hand bitten off by King Komodo, the half-brother of Warlord Komodo last seen getting blasted by Don in #5, in #18. There is enough of a stump under the cast that his hand could still be there (he only claimed that he couldn't feel his hand), but #19 doesn't shed any light on the situation.
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