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Sheldon Moldoff (Am. 1920-2012) Moon Girl #7 Cover Original Art, EC 1948, pen, brush and ink on board with notations at lower margin. Signed Shelly lower left for Sheldon (Shelly) Moldoff. Entertainment Comics’ “Moon Girl” represents an early attempt at a superhero comic book title. Sight: 19″H x 13 1/2″W. Frame: 22 3/4″H x 15 3/4″W. Original ink on paper comic art, “Moon Girl Introducing Star No. 7 May-June,” EC Comics, 1948. Despite a lack of formal art training, Sheldon Moldoff became a prolific cover artist for the future DC comics. He co-created characters such as Batman’s Poison Ivy, Bat-Girl, and Mr. Freeze, and was sole creator of the Black Pirate. He began drawing for Moon Girl upon his return from World War II in the mid 1940s. After being let go by DC in 1967, he turned to animation and promotional comics. He received an Inkpot award in 1991. Condition: Very good condition with slight overall toning. CONDITION: Very good condition with slight overall toning.