Now on display at the NEAL ADAMS GALLERY…

We’ve been spending a lot of time at the new Neal Adams Gallery in New York, and here’s one more for you: A SNEAK PEEK at the original art from Harley’s Little Black Book #5 — which satirizes Adams’ famed Superman vs. Muhammad Ali from 1978.

The issue, written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, is due 12/28 from DC. But over at the Neal Adams Gallery (click here for more info on how to visit), some of the original pages are on display for public consumption.

This was not an opportunity I was gonna pass up.

The unlettered cover, which is not on display but which I cannot leave out.

So check out some of the original art pages, plus some black-and-white scans and unlettered color pages provided by Adams.


— Check out Adams’ original art from Harley’s team-up with Batman, from the new Batman Annual #1, by clicking here!)

— Want to visit the gallery? Believe me, you do. Click here for everything you need to know. It’s located at 15 W. 39th St. Phone: 212-869-4170.

Now, to the art!


Now, for some comparisons. The top two images here are scans from Adams:


Unlettered color page

From Superman vs. Muhammad Ali

More scans:

Finally, a comparison of the original fight — and the (unlettered) re-do:

For information on the NEAL ADAMS GALLERY, click here.

For more on Batman Annual #1, click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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