I'm not sure I'm even allowed to do this. It's very weird to be Comics' Greatest Outlaw because the entire field -- very pointedly -- pretends that you don't exist.
Which means that the odds are whoever owns this character for whom I did this piece way back in the 1980s will never find out that I'm selling copies of it.
Which I'm not. I mean, right NOW, I'm just showing you what it looks like, very publicly. Publicly enough that if the publisher of this character was to find out that I was THINKING of selling copies of this piece, they could certainly let me know in no uncertain terms that they didn't want me to do this. And if they let me know that, I would certainly take down this image Pronto.
[Not "Tonto" -- "Pronto".]
[I wrote that line in a movie script on worked on with Lenny Henry a number of years ago and am pleased to steal it back from myself]
So, let's leave it at that. Doesn't this frontispiece from a certain 1980s magazine version of a nameless comic-book character look cool with the original green painted halftones? Just thought you'd like to see it. Unless of course I don't hear from anyone in the next couple of weeks, in which case you'll be able to buy it.