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COLOSSUS vs GLADIATOR. by Claudio Castellini - Illustration
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COLOSSUS vs GLADIATOR.

Illustration
circa 2008
Ink
51 x 36 cm (20,08 x 14,17 in.)
Detail 1.
Detail 2.

Description

Commission.

Inscriptions

Commission signed by CLAUDIO CASTELLINI

Comment

Huge commission by the master Cludio Castellini that represents Colossus (X-Men) face to face with Gladiator (Shi'ar Imperial Guard leader). The wealth of details is incredible, a friend of Claudio said that he usually used four or more weeks for realizing a finished page for his works ( es: "Silver Surfer: Dangerous Artifacts"). Thank you at: Kirk Dilbeck and Francesco Bazzana that made done possible this transaction.

About Claudio Castellini

Claudio Castellini entered the world of comics in 1986 by winning the first prize at the ninth International Convention of Prato. Quickly after that he joined the staff of 'Dylan Dog'. Castellini was influenced by Marvel illustrators like John Buscema and Neal Adams. After a series of covers, Castellini realized the graphic novel of 'Silver Surfer'. Claudio Castellini also illustrated a number of copies of 'Amazing Spider-Man' and 'Conan the Barbarian'.

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