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The Joker
The Joker
by Jack Fellows
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Edition: One Hundred and ninety-nine reproductions
Artist's proofs: Ten
Overall size: 24" x 28.5"
Image size: 18" x 24"
Support: Epson Enhanced Matte
Signed, numbered, profiled and printed by the artist
Copyright 2007 Jack Fellows, ASAA
Color printing: Giclee, Epson K-3 8 Color pigment-based ink array
* Prints come with a certificate of authenticity

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THE JOKER

Elements of the 312th Bombardment Group, or the "ROARIN' 20'S" sweep across Japanese-occupied Clark Fiels near Manila, on the island of Luzon, PT., 14 January, 1945. Lt. R.W. Cleveland, 387 Bomb Squadron, flying an A-20G sporting a winning poker hand with the face of Batman's nemesis, "the Joker", narrowly avoids colliding with the squadron commanding officer, "Jake" Alsup's mortally wounded A-20, which was hit by accurate anti-aircraft fire put up by the many AA emplacements that dotted the former US Army airfield.

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