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Civil War: Frontline, issue 4, page 8. Original art by Steve Lieber

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Original art from Civil War: Frontline, issue 4, page 8, drawn by Steve Lieber. Penance (Robby Baldwin) in a prison boxing match. India ink and white gouache on bristol. Tons of interesting textures and spatter. Approximately 11 by 17"

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Civil War: Frontline, issue 4, page 8. Original art by Steve Lieber

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