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Kurt Schaffenberger - NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY, THE (1980-84) #10 Cover
FN: 6.0
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PUBLISHER: DC
COMMENTS: Kurt Schaffenberger pencils/Dave Hunt inks; cover; 1980; image size 10" x 15"
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Kurt Schaffenberger pencils/Dave Hunt inks; cover; 1980; image size 10" x 15"

Superboy meets Superboy in this great cover by long time Superman Family artist Schaffenberger with slick inks by Hunt. A beautiful, classic Superboy scenario made even better by the Krypto cameo along the bottom! Pen and ink. Art is in very good condition, the page has yellowed some with age. Signed by Schaffenberger and Hunt.

Artists Information

Kurt Schaffenberger's first job in comics came in June of 1941, when he was assigned to inking backgrounds for a 'Captain Marvel' story for Fawcett. After the war, Schaffenberger joined the studio of C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza, and his work expanded by becoming a featured artist on 'Ibis the Invincible', also by Fawcett. Schaffenberger was hired by DC Comics in 1957 to become the artist on 'Lois Lane'. From there, Schaffenberger became a regular contributor to the entire Superman comics line. He later became a frequent artist on the anthology series 'The Superman Family'. Schaffenberger also created artwork for DC's Shazam! series after C.C. Beck's departure. In 1968, Kurt Schaffenberger succeeded Jim Mooney as the artist on the 'Supergirl' feature.

Dave Hunt was an American comic book artist and fine art painter. Most active during the "Bronze Age" of American comics, he did inking for both DC and Marvel comics and Disney's comics. He was also an accomplished hyperrealist painter. Some of the titles he worked on were, Spider-Man, Captain America and the Fantastic Four.


 

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