Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins
Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins
Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins
Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins

Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins

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Description of Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins

Original Cover Artwork for Dark Horse Comics #15 John Higgins

Original cover art for Dark Horse Comics #15.
Painted in 1991 using predominantly gouache by comic book artist and writer John Higgins.

This is a unique piece of comic book history.

Painted on thick art paper, there are some small marks form storage, tape from production and a small piece missing from the bottom right corner that does not affect the artwork.

Size: Approx. 365 x 565mm

Higgins made himself a household name in the comic biz in the 80s for his colour work on Watchmen (for which he won a Mekon Award for best colourist in 1988) and Batman: The Killing Joke.

The book description as follows:

"The Mark: What Goes Around" concludes in this issue of Dark Horse Comics when the Archon, Lutzany's despotic leader, finds himself in America at a time when his country is ripped apart by revolution and riot. But the Archon has his own plan and no revolution in the world can stop it now. Gerald Coile was a smuggler of Alien products -- Royal Jelly, Xeno-Zip, and... other "things." It was a lucrative occupation, but without retirement benefits, so he arranged his own retirement benefits via the Drug Enforcement Agency. In part 1 of "Aliens: Cargo," he discovers that such a plan definitely has a down side. Also, in part 3 of "The Thing from Another World: Questionable Research," the scientific team aboard the Donachek discovers that their research really can get the best of them. What can you do when your experiment has its own hidden and horrifying agenda?"

We have other pieces by John Higgins and other comic artists such as Dave Gibbons, Lee Sullivan and Dave Taylor so please check out our other items.

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