@SilentBobadded April 14, 2015

Back in 1978 George Lucas was a silent partner in the most legendary comic book store of all time, Supersnipe in New York. A side venture to the comic books was a gallery selling original comic artworks. As Star Wars exploded as a pop culture phenomenon Supersnipe sold 4 very limited prints, some signed by the artists and some not. Not all sold, some were badly damaged in a flood and they are so rare today that confusion reigns as to exactly how many prints were made and how many were signed. It is thought that there were never more than 500 produced all told and only the first few in each run bore a signature. This is a Supersnipe print number 63, signed by Star Wars concept designer Joe Johnston. As rare as hens teeth.



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