Vic Carrabotta Original DC Comic Art ~ Batman The Dark Knight


Vic Carrabotta Original DC Comic Art ~ Batman The Dark Knight- graphite

size approx 9×12 inches

Out of stock


Signed Vic Carrabotta Original DC Comic Art ~ Batman The Dark Knight.

*****NOTE Any discolouration that appears in the pix are my lack of taking a picture. The piece is in excellent condition & has no “yellowing “ at all. The page is very white******* Size is approximately 9×12 inches.

This was purchased in 2018 from my friend Jeff of Empire Auctions (on EBay)

Shipping is available for Canada & continental USA This will by with Canada Post & include tracking & insurance. (Expedited shipping )

Please consider that I am not a store. I am just a long time avid collector who is selling off my prized possessions. . I have decided that all these sales will be going to my kids future. (Priority!)

Stored in a smoke & pet free home.

About Vic: (credit to Jeff for this description) Legendary artist and Marine Corps veteran Victor ‘Quick Vic’ Carrabotta began his artistic career during the Golden Age of comics. An accomplished illustrator and artistic director, Carrabotta is a graduate of what would become the School of Visual Arts in New York. When he applied for a job in comics, Jack Kirby politely sent him on his way but, showing him to the door, found Vic’s expectant wife awaiting her husband’s return. Unable to turn the father-to-be and unemployed newcomer away, Kirby sent the young artist with a note to Stan Lee, who gave Carrabotta the five-page story “The House on the Hill” for Atlas’ Astonishing #13 from 1952. From this humble beginning, he began a long and illustrious career in the creative arts that spans seven decades. His comics work spans everything from horror and science fiction to Westerns and mystery. Later career highlights include original design concepts for Disney movie posters (on 101 Dalmatians and Pirates of the Caribbean), development and direction of marketing campaigns for such diverse customers as Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, AT&T, Readers Digest, and Mother Earth News. His storyboarding and conceptual artwork include such recognizable accounts as Advil, Jell-O, and Kenner Toys. His most enduring legacy, however, remains his comic book work as one of Stan Lees go-to artists at Atlas Comics (later Marvel) for such classic series’ as Journey into Mystery, Kid Colt Outlaw, Marvel Tales, and The Rawhide Kid, among many others. So swift and sure was Mr. Carrabottas hand at sketch and rendering, he quickly earned the nickname he bears to this day: Quick Vic.

I have an extensive collection & need to sell some off. If there is anything that you are looking for that you don’t see here. Please inquire. Besides original art … I also have Prints (both signed & unsigned ) Star Wars & Star Trek figures & props Many statues Signed sports memorabilia (basketball, football & some hockey left ) Also visit my website & Instagram.

***And finally I have MANY OTHER items listed on eBay******(including this piece of art)