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Preacher #51 Page 23 Original Artwork By Steve Dillon Garth Ennis For Sale
Steve Dillon original artwork from Preacher #51 page 23 from 1999 featuring Tulip as a child with her father putting her to bed. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s groundbreaking series was cutting edge for the attitude it brought back to storytelling in the medium and setting up all possibilities for the 21st century. They pushed all hot buttons to bring complex and honest mature themes that signaled the long overdue end of the Comics Code, but still remained faithful to telling a story that was driven by unforgettable characters. With a winding down of storylines and an end of the saga in sight after issue 50, Ennis and Dillon takes a walk down Tulip’s memory lane to reveal her origins and bring focus back to what made the title resonate with fans. Every carefully chosen line and word on the page would have meaning in the bigger picture as Tulip hits the reset button to bring her back to who she is. An instant classic back then and still today, Preacher redefined and influenced how comics were going to look in the 21st century. Good Luck!!!
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