Original art for the one-page Death’s Head story “High Noon Tex”, which was run prior to the character’s Transformers UK appearance in order to secure the rights with Marvel rather than Hasbro. Though artist Geoff Senior created Death’s Head along with writer Simon Furman, art for this page was by Bryan Hitch. The note penciled along the top says “Death’s Head Thingie”.
I purchased this from Simon at BotCon ‘97 (hence the signature), and it’s remained framed in a place of honor ever since.
(Not like “creepy shrine” place of honor, more like “near my desk” place of honor.)

Original art for the one-page Death’s Head story “High Noon Tex”, which was run prior to the character’s Transformers UK appearance in order to secure the rights with Marvel rather than Hasbro. Though artist Geoff Senior created Death’s Head along with writer Simon Furman, art for this page was by Bryan Hitch. The note penciled along the top says “Death’s Head Thingie”.

I purchased this from Simon at BotCon ‘97 (hence the signature), and it’s remained framed in a place of honor ever since.

(Not like “creepy shrine” place of honor, more like “near my desk” place of honor.)

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