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WONDER COMICS 1944-48 #15
CGC FN+: 6.5
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classic Schomburg airbrush bondage cvr; origin & 1st app. of Tara
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classic Schomburg airbrush bondage cvr; origin & 1st app. of Tara
One of Vincent's all-time favorite Schomburg airbrush covers! Right out of a sci-fi nightmare, our hero is to the rescue as the damsel in distress is about to be dissected with a scalpel by the evil scientist.
This copy has amazingly rich colors. The inks look like they have barely dried. Great eye appeal and a real showcase copy to share with all your comic collecting friends.

Artist Information

Known for his dizzying, bustling war covers, bondage covers and airbrush Sci-Fi covers! Truly one of the most highly collected artists of the Golden Age. Alex Schomburg was born on May 10, 1905, in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Schomburg freelanced primarily for Timely Comics, the 1940s forerunner of Marvel, displaying his talent for action tableaux in covers featuring Captain America, the Sub-Mariner, the Human Torch, and other superheroes. He also provided covers for Pines Publications, for titles including Exciting Comics and America's Best Comics, featuring such superheroes as the Black Terror and the Fighting Yank, as well as for Harvey Comics. Stan Lee said the following about Schomburg "I've always felt that Alex Schomburg was to comic books what Norman Rockwell was to The Saturday Evening Post. He was totally unique, with an amazing distinctive style. You could never mistake a Schomburg cover for any other artist's. ... I remember hearing Timely Comics publisher Martin Goodman tell me time and again how great a cover illustrator Alex was, and how he wished we had more like him. Despite the quantity of work we gave him, despite the care and effort that went into every Schomburg cover, I cannot remember Alex ever being late with any illustration."