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Will Eisner Art: INVISIBLE PEOPLE "The Power" (1992) pg. 35 * NOT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE *
WILL EISNER original
art from INVISIBLE
PEOPLE “The Power” (1992) pg. 35
Morris has proven unable to cure his mute and
disabled son, so he tries emotion, but, to add to
the story's tragedy, the boy wants to be returned to
his mother. A dramatic page from “The Power,”
the 2nd chapter of INVISIBLE PEOPLE,
created by Eisner in 1992. The
seemingly infinite steps to conclude the page and
scene seem to magnify and foretell Morris’s
looming descent into despair.
Page 35 (of Chapter 2) on the art page itself and
page 78 in the Kitchen Sink and DC Comics editions.
Invisible People was the only Eisner graphic novel
that was first serialized in comic books (three,
titled SANCTUM, THE POWER, and MORTAL COMBAT) and
then collected into a single book in 1993.
Size/medium/condition: Blue pencil,
pen, brush, and ink on heavy Bristol board measuring
11 x 14 inches. Eisner’s official studio rubber
stamps on reverse. Minor white-out, otherwise
Provenance: Warranted to be from the
Will Eisner estate, which this agency exclusively
represents. There can be no safer or more
certain purchase of Eisner art.
Note: Image is © Will Eisner Studios,
Inc. Reproduction for commercial purposes requires
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