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Al Taliaferro Donald Duck Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-18-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). -
Al Taliaferro Donald Duck Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-18-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). Donald gets a half-dozen things accomplished while Daisy tries to make up her mind, in this attractive Sunday by the great Al Taliaferro. Mr. Taliaferro worked a number of Disney comic strips during his long career; he drew Donald's daily and Sunday newspaper strips from 1939 up to his passing in 1969. Art is in ink over light graphite on Bristol board, with an approximate image size of 20.25" x 14.5". Minor handling wear and toning; Very Good condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Bill Collins All-Star Squadron #39 Partial Story Original Art Group of 3 (DC, 1984). Three -
Rick Hoberg and Bill Collins All-Star Squadron #39 Partial Story Original Art Group of 3 (DC, 1984). Three pages of the highly-charged story "Nobody Gets Out of Paradise Valley Alive!", which revolved around race relations in Detroit and cumulated in a race riot incited by Real American, a racist alien android. The pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are paste-up text corrections and corner trims. The top half of the last paste is a large stat. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Frank Miller Barney Baxter in the Air Daily Original Art Comic Strip Art dated 11-16-42 (King Features -
Frank Miller Barney Baxter in the Air Daily Original Art Comic Strip Art dated 11-16-42 (King Features Syndicate, 1942). Barney keeps up a dialogue with himself as he steps lively and tries to stay out of sight, lest he be killed by Nazis. Ink on Bristol board, the image area measures 20" x 5" and the art is in Very Good condition.

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Jack Sparling Sick #44 (Vol. 6, #4) Complete 4-Page Story: "The Sneaker Set" Original Art (Prize -
Jack Sparling Sick #44 (Vol. 6, #4) Complete 4-Page Story: "The Sneaker Set" Original Art (Prize Publ., 1966) The surviving art from this four-page spread (two double-truck compositions) shows excellent, MAD-calibre art from Sparling, working in an unusual style that suggests the influence of Jack Davis and Mort Drucker. Missing are much of the text and the main-title card, as a consequence of adhesive deterioration. The story involves a satire of teen-agers' habits. Ink, ink-wash, and tempera over graphite on illustration board. Image area, 10.5" x 16". Fair condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Bill Everett Modeling With Millie #43 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Millie's -
Stan Goldberg and Bill Everett Modeling With Millie #43 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1965). Millie's photographer pal Clicker meets Millie's brother, Mike, in this slickly composed page by Goldberg (also known for his work at Archie Comics), with crisp brush-inks by Sub-Mariner creator Everett. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area of 12.5" x 18.75". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Bill Ward Cracked #135: "A Cracked Salute to the Olympics" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Major -
Bill Ward Cracked #135: "A Cracked Salute to the Olympics" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Major Publications, 1976). Ward casts a satirical eye at ancient sporting competitions in this gag-laden gem. Signed on first page, near title card. The story as a whole shows extensive deterioration and adhesive staining in the pasted-in panels and typeset captions, but the construction remains largely intact. Ink and ink-wash over graphite on varying grades of bond paper and Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 17". Fair condition.

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Dick Ayers G.I. Combat #232: "The Frozen Trigger" Complete 1-Page Story Original Art (DC Comics, -
Dick Ayers G.I. Combat #232: "The Frozen Trigger" Complete 1-Page Story Original Art (DC Comics, 1981).' A rookie soldier must open fire, but he cannot work the trigger -- is it fear, or has he merely forgotten to release the safety catch? Nifty twist-ending yarn, with typically robust art by a versatile and prolific veteran. An editorial note (upper margin) reads "second cover," designating placement on the inside-front cover. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Todd Borenstein Eye Candy and Other Titles Pin-Up Original Art Group of 11 (Fantagraphics/Eros Comix, c. 1995). -
Todd Borenstein Eye Candy and Other Titles Pin-Up Original Art Group of 11 (Fantagraphics/Eros Comix, c. 1995). Some of these titillating pin-ups are from Eye Candy issues #1-3, and Visions of Curves, while others are from unknown sources. They are all on Bristol board, with most on standard 11" x 17" format board. Some are pure graphite or graphite with blue pencil, others are inked. Some have original art cut and affixed to the board. All are in Excellent condition.

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Bob Brown and Frank Springer Marvel Preview #12 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1977). An unusual, soulful -
Bob Brown and Frank Springer Marvel Preview #12 Page 16 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1977). An unusual, soulful combination of action specialist Brown's pencils with Springer's moody inking and greyscale tones. The script (by Steve Gerber) confronts a criminal mob with an angry Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. Brown is better known for DC Comics' Challengers of the Unknown. Springer's signature title, Phoebe Zeit-Geist (with Saturday Night Live's Michael O'Donoghue), graced many issues of the Underground slick magazine, Evergreen Review), before Springer succeeded Jim Steranko on Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. The artists make a fine combo. Ink and Design Markers over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10.5" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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E.R. Cruz Our Fighting Forces #164 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1976). A DC-signature war hero, Capt. -
E.R. Cruz Our Fighting Forces #164 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1976). A DC-signature war hero, Capt. Storm, dominates this stirring attack sequence from a WWI-set story. Cruz' sturdy radial composition dramatizes the confrontation to near-cinematic effect, with an intense, circular close-up. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning, with small adhesive stains at lower edge. Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Neal McPheeters Science Fiction Graphic Novel #2 "Nightwings" Story Page 31 Original -
Gene Colan and Neal McPheeters Science Fiction Graphic Novel #2 "Nightwings" Story Page 31 Original Art (DC, 1985). Gene Colan penciled and Neal McPheeters painted this page from the tale by Robert Silverberg. The colors are rich and vibrant, and the page has an image area of 14.25" x 18.25". Graphite, ink and watercolor with a fixative coating. It was originally on illustration board, but has since been skimmed off. Signed by Gene Colan along the bottom edge and in Excellent condition.

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Alfredo Alcala Captain Marvel #35 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1974). Alcala, more generally -
Alfredo Alcala Captain Marvel #35 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1974). Alcala, more generally associated with horror yarns and Conan-style high adventure, adapts strikingly well to superheroics in this sequence featuring Marvel Comics' most cosmically attuned world-beater. Splendidly composed page showcases the artist's fine command of woodcut-like brush-inking. An inside-joke from scripter Mike Friedrich (lower tier) alludes to his pal Steve Gerber's signature character, Howard the Duck. Ink and white watercolor over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Moderate toning. Marginal adhesive staining. Very Good condition.

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Joe Kubert Tales of the Green Beret Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-10-67 (Chicago Tribune, 1967). -
Joe Kubert Tales of the Green Beret Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-10-67 (Chicago Tribune, 1967). This Cold War era tale features some of that fantastic Joe Kubert art that everyone loves! His pacing and layouts are top notch. This Sunday was produced in a tabloid vertical format, then the panels were cut and rearranged, and affixed to a larger illustration board backing to form this 19.5" x 13.25" horizontal format layout. The art was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The original art sections are lightly toned, with some panel paste-up and whiteout art corrections, and glue residue from a missing text correction in Panel 6. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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Harry Tuthill The Bungle Family Hand-Colored Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-27-27 (H. J. Tuthill, -
Harry Tuthill The Bungle Family Hand-Colored Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-27-27 (H. J. Tuthill, 1927). This Sunday, titled "They Welcome Themselves Anywhere," has an image area of 22" x 27.5". It was produced in ink over graphite on Strathmore Bristol board, and has been hand-colored by the artist. There is some slight aging apparent overall, some soiling, and heavy edge and corner wear; otherwise, the work is in Very Good condition. The topper strip is attached.

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Martin Branner Winnie Winkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-3-30 (Chicago Tribune, 1930). Winnie's -
Martin Branner Winnie Winkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-3-30 (Chicago Tribune, 1930). Winnie's little brother Perry is a sharp lad, with an idea on how to keep Mr. Ad Libb's car from being stolen in this clever daily by Martin Branner. Dated 10-3-30, the ink over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image area measuring 20" x 5.75", matted to 26.75" x 12.5". There is very light overall toning apparent; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Al Smith (Signing as Bud Fisher) Mutt and Jeff Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-15-48 (Bell Syndicate, -
Al Smith (Signing as Bud Fisher) Mutt and Jeff Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-15-48 (Bell Syndicate, 1948). This funny nautical Sunday strip was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 24" x 16". There are two paste-up text corrections, and some residual glue staining. With overall toning and handling wear, the strip is in Very Good condition.

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Manuel Gonzales (attributed) Mickey Mouse Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-5-51 (Walt Disney, 1951). -
Manuel Gonzales (attributed) Mickey Mouse Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-5-51 (Walt Disney, 1951). Goofy stars in every panel of this very nice example from the early 1950s, with Mickey appearing in the first panel. Produced in ink over graphite on two pieces of conjoined Bristol board, the image area measures 23" x 15.75". The page is slightly toned, with handling wear, a discolored title stat that has part of Mickey's face torn off. In Very Good condition.

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Gus Arriola Gordo Sunday Comic Strip dated 5-24-59 (United Feature Syndicate, 1959). Looks like Gordo's nephew -
Gus Arriola Gordo Sunday Comic Strip dated 5-24-59 (United Feature Syndicate, 1959). Looks like Gordo's nephew and his "Borsche Spider" race car are all washed up before they even start, and he really looks agitated! This funny Sunday strip is rendered in ink on Bristol with an image area measuring 22.5" x 15". In Excellent condition, with overall toning and edge wear.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-55 (King Features Syndicate, 1955). This -
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-55 (King Features Syndicate, 1955). This episode features the lovely Liana, a hot cars (in in six panels), and explosive action as Tony Calder fakes his own death. This huge ink over graphite on Bristol board Sunday has an image area of 24.5" x 17.5", and aside from some overall toning, edge wear, discoloration to the title stat, and a missing piece of stripped in text in the second panel, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Otto Soglow The Little King Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-28-65 (King Features Syndicate, 1965). The -
Otto Soglow The Little King Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-28-65 (King Features Syndicate, 1965). The writing is on the wall... "Alice Loves the King"! Unfortunately for the Little King, Alice is a bird of a different feather! This chick-filled Sunday has an image area of 19.25" x 13", and aside from a glue-stained title logo stat, the art is in Excellent condition. Signed by Otto Soglow in the final panel. Includes a COA from Museum Graphics.

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Dame Darcy Meat Cake Complete 7-Page Story "Cozy Corner" Color Production Art (Fantagraphics, 1996/c. -
Dame Darcy Meat Cake Complete 7-Page Story "Cozy Corner" Color Production Art (Fantagraphics, 1996/c. 2000s). The story "Cozy Corner" was originally published in Meat Cake #7 by Fantagraphics. It features Richard Dirt, Friend the Girl, Effluvia the Mermaid, Strega Pez, and the conjoined twins Hindrance and Perfidia. When Dame Darcy was asked to run this neo-Gothic Horror tale on the VICE website, she was asked to color it. Darcy then beautifully hand-colored the prints. The hand-colored pages are lovely, produced in watercolor, with some very sparkly highlight paints, over printed copies of the line art. The image area on the bright white Bristol board measures 6" x 9.25". In Excellent condition. Note: Only the color work is original art.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1941). Lord and Lady -
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1941). Lord and Lady Plushbottom, Moon, Mushmouth, Uncle Willie, and Aunt Mamie all star in these five dailies dated 3-31, 4-1, 4-2, 4-3 and 4-7-41. Produced in ink over graphite Bristol board, with an average image area of 19.75" x 6". All strips have edge wear and toning, slight soiling, and pinholes in the upper margins; otherwise in Very Good condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-20-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-20-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris Badenov has been awarded the "Triple Cross", Pottsylvania's highest honor. ...Or would that be their lowest honor? It's a daily that could have been titled "No Time For Natasha -or- I have to Triple-Cross you off my list". Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". In Excellent condition.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1941). A keen batch of -
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1941). A keen batch of early gag-a-day entries. Includes the strips dated 1-29, 2-19, 3-6, 3-11, and 3-28-41. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol Board, with an average image area of 19.75" x 6". All strips have edge wear and toning, and pinholes in the upper margins; otherwise in Excellent condition.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-28-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). An -
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-28-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). An elegant setting and haute couture abound in this ink over graphite on Bristol board daily with an image area of 19.5" x 5.25". The piece is in overall Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Terry Moore Strangers In Paradise V3#84 Katchoo Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2006). David's illness is -
Terry Moore Strangers In Paradise V3#84 Katchoo Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2006). David's illness is getting worse. Tambi (Mary Beth) calls with information that may help. The soap opera beloved by so many fans continues towards the series finale in issue #90. A great page in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.5". Signed by Terry Moore in the lower margin and in Excellent condition. From the Terry and Robyn Moore Collection.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-29 and 6-30-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979). -
Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-29 and 6-30-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979). Freshly weaponized R2-D2 and C-3PO are targeted by scoundrels. These two dailies are done in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of 14" x 4.5". In Excellent condition with a few small pieces of production tape at the left and right edges. From the Manning Family Collection.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-13-59 (King Features Syndicate, 1959). Years -
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-13-59 (King Features Syndicate, 1959). Years of tracking has led to Jesse Spratt's aircraft carrier, and soon the stolen bank money will be back where it belongs! Ink on Bristol board, the image area measures 14.5" x 4.25" and the art is in Very Good condition, with slight edge toning and a few small stains.

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John Celardo Tarzan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-3-64 (United Feature Syndicate, 1964). Abool -
John Celardo Tarzan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-3-64 (United Feature Syndicate, 1964). Abool continues his trek through the desert. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5.5". Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Comic Strip Original Art Ice Skating and Hockey-Themed Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate -
Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Comic Strip Original Art Ice Skating and Hockey-Themed Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate Inc., c. late 1960s). Fred Thomas' lampoon strip turns a cold shoulder to ice skating and hockey in these 20 daily strips from the late 1960s. Produced in ink and white-out over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of approximately 18" x 5", the logo for each strip is a printed paste-up, and they have begun to discolor, with a few possibly becoming detached. There is minor toning and edge wear; otherwise, they average Excellent condition.

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Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-79 (Field Enterprises Inc., 1979). Poteet -
Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-79 (Field Enterprises Inc., 1979). Poteet gets caught snooping around Copper Calhoun's town house, with the power out, in this tense episode from the seventies. This strip has an image area of 19" x 5.75", and the art is in Very Good condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-6-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris Badenov -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-6-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale have been caught sneaking into Pottsylvania. Yes, they are just that bad at being spies. It's comic strip that could have been titled "The Spies the Limit -or- Pottsies Don't Count For Beans Anymore". Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in center panel. In Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Others Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! #18 Partial Story Original Art Group of 6 (DC, -
Rick Hoberg and Others Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! #18 Partial Story Original Art Group of 6 (DC, 1983). Ala the New Teen Titans "A Day In the Life" type stories, this issue was a series of vignettes, each featuring a different character from the team. Included are Pages 1 and 2 of the prologue that sets up the issue (inked by Sal Trapani), then page pages 17-20 of the 6-page Rubberduck story "You Scream, Ice Scream!". It features a disgruntled gorilla who managed an ice cream parlor. He becomes the villain... King Kone! These four pages were inked by Larry Houston. All the pages are in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are corner trims, whiteout art corrections, along with paste-up stats on Page 1 (some of which are coming loose). Overall in Very Good condition.

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Roger Armstrong Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-13-52 (Lafave Newspaper Features, 1952). Uncle -
Roger Armstrong Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-13-52 (Lafave Newspaper Features, 1952). Uncle Elby is a sucker for extras in this "neat" episode! Ink on Bristol with an image area of 16.5" x 4.75". In Excellent condition, with edge toning. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-21-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris takes -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-21-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Boris takes all the credit for the award-winning film "The Winter Tramp", which has Natasha pretty steamed up. You could title this episode "No Credit Where Credit Is Due -or- Natasha and the terrible, horrible, no-good, very Badenov". Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". In Excellent condition.

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Gray Morrow Buck Rogers Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group dated 1-23-80 and 1-24-80 (NY Times Special -
Gray Morrow Buck Rogers Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group dated 1-23-80 and 1-24-80 (NY Times Special Features, 1980). Buck and Colonel Deering are being sent to Vostria on a diplomatic mission, to diffuse tensions from a hijacking, in these two ink over graphite on Bristol board dailies, with image areas of 16.5" x 5". From Gray Morrow's second year on the strip. Minor handling wear and edge toning, otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Dan Spiegle Hopalong Cassidy Sunday Comic Strip (King Features Syndicate, 1951). The "Ghost Raiders" -
Dan Spiegle Hopalong Cassidy Sunday Comic Strip (King Features Syndicate, 1951). The "Ghost Raiders" storyline was running in June of 1951, and this is clearly part of that tale. Created in ink and red ink key lines over graphite on Bristol board. Each tier was then cut out and arranged on a larger sheet of Bristol board for an image area of 12" x 14.75". The first panel was a paste-up logo that is missing, leaving glue residue behind. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mark Bagley and Scott Hanna Ultimate End #1 Story Page 7 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 2015). Set on the -
Mark Bagley and Scott Hanna Ultimate End #1 Story Page 7 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 2015). Set on the Marvel Ultimate Universe's Earth, this mini-series brought characters from both worlds together. On this page we have Peter Parker/Spider-Man from the regular Marvel-U, with the "Young Ultimates" of the Ultimate-U... Cloak, Dagger, Black Widow (Jessica Drew), and Bombshell. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15.75". Signed by both artists in the top margin. In Excellent condition.

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Roger Armstrong The Lucy Show #5 Partial Story Preliminary Artwork Original Art Group of 19 (Western, 1964). -
Roger Armstrong The Lucy Show #5 Partial Story Preliminary Artwork Original Art Group of 19 (Western, 1964). This group contains 19 pages from the 27-page story "Diamonds Are A Girl's Worst Enemy". As the cover states: "Lucy and Viv bungle in the jungle as they look for a fabulous diamond mine". The pages are created in graphite and red pencil on onionskin paper with an image area of 12.25" x 17.5". The pages are ripped and worn. Overall in Good condition.

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Alex Toth Eerie #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2 (Warren Publ., 1966). Toth's masterful sense of design -
Alex Toth Eerie #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2 (Warren Publ., 1966). Toth's masterful sense of design and almost three-dimensional human figures distinguish this sampling from "Vision of Evil," a story about a haunted artist. The crowning touch is Toth's unique style of lettering, which also appears in a marginal note. Toth believed he was preparing this yarn for Eerie #1, which turned out to be a privately issued demo edition, using reprint stories from a companion title, Creepy. The first Eerie to hit the market was No. 2 -- hence the "Eerie 1" reference in the artist's side-note. Toth's cameo drawing of the book's host (upper left, first page) is based upon a character design by fellow artist Jack Davis. Included are panel pages 1 and 3. Ink, watercolors, and ink-wash over graphite on Bristol board, with drybrush effects. Image area, 9.5" x 13". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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William E. Hill The Hill Page/Essays in Pictures Sunday Comic Strip Original Art 7-3-32 (Chicago Tribune -
William E. Hill The Hill Page/Essays in Pictures Sunday Comic Strip Original Art 7-3-32 (Chicago Tribune Syndicate, 1932). Hill takes a cynical look at the newsstand and souvenir-shop trade in this installment of a strip so popular that it was known by the artist's name. Deft combination of crosshatching and stipple lends a photorealistic quality. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 18" x 25". Most of the sarcastic captions are missing, owing to adhesive deterioration. Pronounced age-toning and adhesive staining. Good condition.

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Walter Joseph Enright Wings over Rumania Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip Original Art (Miami Herald, 1940). -
Walter Joseph Enright Wings over Rumania Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip Original Art (Miami Herald, 1940). Enright brings a violent anger to Nazi Germany's transformation of neutral Romania to a fascist dictatorship. The depiction of the Third Reich as Mars, the ancient God of War, was a familiar image among political cartoonists of the day, but Enright distilled the metaphor to an essence, as a bloodied combat-boot. Inscribed "to Dave," and signed twice -- once as Enright, and once as Pat, the artist's nickname. Ink, crayon, and graphite on textured Bainbridge board. Image area, 12" x 14". Pronounced toning, marginal staining, and marginal push-pin punctures. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Frank Willard and Ferd Johnson Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., -
Frank Willard and Ferd Johnson Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1941). A wealth of rollicking, character-driven slapstick from a long-running masterpiece of exaggerated humor. Creator Willard's expressive designs and radial compositions combine ideally with longtime assistant Johnson's emphatic brush-inking and pen-point crosshatching. Dates represented in this batch (all from 1941) are 4-8, 4-10, 4-30, 5-9, and 6-3. The horizontal scoring marks (upper and lower) were designed for newspapers that ran the strip at a shallower depth. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 20" x 6". Moderate toning and marginal editorial notes. Very Good condition.

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Warren Kremer (attributed) Spooky #21: "A Reel Ghost" Complete 5-page Story Original Art (Harvey -
Warren Kremer (attributed) Spooky #21: "A Reel Ghost" Complete 5-page Story Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1958). Spooky, the Tuff Little Ghost, is fed up with playing second fiddle to Casper, the Friendly Ghost. Beautiful art on this romp. A production note traces this yarn to the series' flagship title, Casper, the Friendly Ghost #24, but more authoritative documentation finds the story originating in the spinoff title, Spooky. A stamp on the reverse declares Comics Code approval on 2-21-1957, nearly a year and a half before publication. Image area, 12" x 18". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Alban B. "Bud" Butler Jesters Original Art (c. 1920s). Were Batman's creators attuned to the 'toons -
Alban B. "Bud" Butler Jesters Original Art (c. 1920s). Were Batman's creators attuned to the 'toons of Alban Butler? No telling, but one of the wicked jesters in this panoramic spread certainly does anticipate the looks of a recurring Batman villain known as the Joker. (Of course, the Joker derives from many inspirations, including Victor Hugo and an ordinary deck of playing cards.) Butler is at a peak of inventive sarcasm, here, transforming the jester's traditional image of helpless absurdity into a figure of antisocial aggression -- brilliant. Ink over graphite on Strathmore Bristol board. Image area, 16.5" x 9". Light age-toning, more pronounced at edges. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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William E. Hill The Hill Page/Essays in Pictures Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-27-32 (Chicago Tribune -
William E. Hill The Hill Page/Essays in Pictures Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-27-32 (Chicago Tribune Syndicate, 1932). Hill casts a cynical eye at the hobby of gardening in this installment of a strip so popular that it was known by the artist's name. Deft combination of crosshatching and stipple lends a photorealistic quality. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 18" x 25". Most of the sarcastic captions are missing, owing to adhesive deterioration. Pronounced age-toning and adhesive staining. Marginal editorial notes. Good condition.

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Martha Orr Apple Mary Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (Publishers Syndicate, 1938). The direct -
Martha Orr Apple Mary Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (Publishers Syndicate, 1938). The direct ancestor of Mary Worth, the classic soap-opera strip, is Apple Mary -- a sentimentalized response to the harsh economic realities of the Great Depression. These splendidly preserved examples capture the feature in only its fourth year, confronting Mary with an occasion for suspenseful anticipation. They are all from 1938, and dated: 11-21, 11-22, and 11-25. Beautifully drawn, with elaborate crosshatching and a propulsive use of solid-black patches to drive the reader's eye from left to right. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 20.25" x 5.25". Light toning. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Sad Sack and the Sarge #12: "Deflated" Complete 3-Page Story Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1959). -
Sad Sack and the Sarge #12: "Deflated" Complete 3-Page Story Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1959). Inept soldier Sad Sack yields center-stage to his frequent antagonist, Gen. Rockjaw. The general must play host to a fellow officer, Gen. Bore, who lives up to his name and then some. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 13.5". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Boyer This Week Weekly Comic Strip (Reading, PA, Times, c. 1910s). The singularly named Boyer made a routine of -
Boyer This Week Weekly Comic Strip (Reading, PA, Times, c. 1910s). The singularly named Boyer made a routine of gracing his hometown paper with a weekly chronicle of local happenings. This large-scale WWI-era spread boasts snappy dialogue and images in the classic big-foot style of the day. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 15". Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Don Heck Tales to Astonish #40 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1963). A pivotal moment in Heck's -
Don Heck Tales to Astonish #40 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1963). A pivotal moment in Heck's transition from weird-mystery artist to superhero specialist. This page comes from "The Voice of Doom!" -- an Ant-Man story -- but Ant-Man is not depicted in these seven panels. The central figure is a radio announcer who is transformed by atomic radiation into a villain known as the Voice. Heck shows a strong command of radial composition and vivid characterization. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.75" x 18.75". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Gaar Williams How To Keep from Growing Old Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art (Chicago Tribune, c. -
Gaar Williams How To Keep from Growing Old Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art (Chicago Tribune, c. 1920s). Anybody who has ever had a homebuilding experience can relate to this delightful large-scale image, which captures Williams' signature Everyman character in the act of intruding upon a construction crew. The masterstroke is to depict the central character in heavy brush-lines, while rendering the workmen in lighter pen-and-brush -- almost a three-dimensional visual effect. So attuned is Williams' vision to the awkward realities of everyday life, that his cartoons remained in print almost a generation after his death. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 13". Moderate age-toning, with barked edges and corners and marginal push-pin punctures. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Jose Delbo Turok, Son of Stone #96 Story Page 8 Original Art (Gold Key/Western, 1975). This stirring page from -
Jose Delbo Turok, Son of Stone #96 Story Page 8 Original Art (Gold Key/Western, 1975). This stirring page from a coming-of-age story finds prehistoric supporting character Andar attempting to escape a crocodilian dinosaur and resorting to a defensive strategy learned from his mentor, Turok. The long-nosed monster appears in each panel -- a spectacularly scary creature. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Alberto Giolitti Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #10 Partial Story Original Art Group of 6 (Gold Key/Western, -
Alberto Giolitti Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #10 Partial Story Original Art Group of 6 (Gold Key/Western, 1967). The Star Trek before Star Trek was Irwin Allen's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, a 1961 expeditionary movie that generated spinoffs into television and comics. This splendid grouping -- the opening pages of a 21-page story -- confronts the crew of an atomic submarine with such alien (undersea) menaces as the ghosts of Blackbeard the Pirate, haunted mariner Davy Jones, and a seductive mythical Siren. Among the teleseries stars pictured here are Richard Basehart and David Hedison. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 14.5". Light toning and marginal editorial notes. Excellent condition.

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Fontaine Fox Toonerville Folks Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-8 (Bell Syndicate, c. -
Fontaine Fox Toonerville Folks Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-8 (Bell Syndicate, c. 1930s). Fox based his lively, down-home trolley 'toons on two rickety real-world lines in his native Louisville, KY, and in New York State. The ramshackle rail service is depicted to generous effect in this delightful panel, in which an impatient passenger waits in vain for a ride. Ink over graphite on lightweight Bristol board. Image area, 8.5" x 9.5". Light smudging and age-toning. The syndicate's engraving order appears in lower margin. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Tony Weare Matt Mariott Daily Comic Strip Original Art (The London Evening News, c. 1970s). Matt Mariott and -
Tony Weare Matt Mariott Daily Comic Strip Original Art (The London Evening News, c. 1970s). Matt Mariott and his sidekick Powder Horn confront a a piece of prairie trash on this daily created for the UK market. The strip is possibly from the story arc "When the Bear Runs", from 1972. The series ran until 1977. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16.5" x 4.75". The board is lightly toned, and there is some whiteout art correction. Overall in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Jim Holdaway Modesty Blaise Daily Comic Strip #431 Original Art (London Times Mirror, 1964). This daily is from -
Jim Holdaway Modesty Blaise Daily Comic Strip #431 Original Art (London Times Mirror, 1964). This daily is from the fourth Modesty Blaise story, "Mister Sun," which ran from 6-19-64 to 12-4-64 (strips #355-500). This episode has an image area of 19.5" x 5.5". Ink on Bristol board. As is common with Modesty Blaise strips drawn by Holdaway, the art paper surface has been "skimmed" from its board backing. slight water stain on the right edge, light soiling, and toning. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-19-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Al Kilgore -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-19-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Al Kilgore combines his love of working on Jay Ward's Bullwinkle comic strip with his love of film and Hollywood stars in this episode. There is even a shout-out to Screen Facts, a fanzine published by Alan Barbour, for which Kilgore was the Art Director. Also name-checked was William K. Everson, a noted film critic of the time. This daily was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". In Excellent condition.

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Terry Moore Strangers In Paradise V3#44 Story Page 18 Francine Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2001). Terry -
Terry Moore Strangers In Paradise V3#44 Story Page 18 Francine Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2001). Terry Moore's complex and long-running series was a fan-favorite due in equal parts for the fantastic writing and also wonderful artwork. This page features Francine working some stuff out in the mirror. A great character study, in in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Much of the lettering is done on stick-on labels as text corrections. The page is signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition. From the Terry and Robyn Moore Collection.

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Oscar Cesare Woodrow Wilson Editorial Cartoons Original Art (The Saturday Evening Post, c. 1910s). Cesare's -
Oscar Cesare Woodrow Wilson Editorial Cartoons Original Art (The Saturday Evening Post, c. 1910s). Cesare's incisive political commentaries catch the 28th President at a variety of disadvantages, most of them involving the Mexican Revolution. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 12" x 14" and 12.5" x 18". Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Bill Marimon and John Dell Untold Origin of Ms. Victory #1 Unused Cover Original Art (AC Comics, 1989). Panzer -
Bill Marimon and John Dell Untold Origin of Ms. Victory #1 Unused Cover Original Art (AC Comics, 1989). Panzer has Ms. Victory in a choke hold on this finished-but-unused cover for the stand-alone issue. It was reportedly not used as it was considered too risque. Well, the original pencil layout on the backside of the 11" x 17" Bristol board sure is! Ink over graphite and signed and dated by the artist in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Guillaume Sorel - Runequest Related Role Playing Game Illustration Original Art Group of 2 (1989). One of these -
Guillaume Sorel - Runequest Related Role Playing Game Illustration Original Art Group of 2 (1989). One of these two pieces features a very adult image of the Broo from Runequest having a celebration (most likely honoring Thed). The other features two knights fleeing a giant moth creature. It is unclear if these were for one of the official French edition versions of a Runequest supplement by Oriflam, or it they were for role-playing magazines such as Casus Belli or LaToile d' Arachné Solara. The artwork was created in ink (one has ink wash also) over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 14" x 16.5". Both are signed and in Excellent condition.

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Steve Rude and Gary Martin Nexus: The Origin #1 Story Page 32 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). A capsulated -
Steve Rude and Gary Martin Nexus: The Origin #1 Story Page 32 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). A capsulated retelling of events from the first two pages of Chapter Two from the original magazine format black and white Nexus #1. The scene features our very first glimpse of Sundra Peale. Although Horatio thinks she is a "moron" on this page (originally it was "blundering fool"), she will become one of the most important women in his life and the mother of his son. This stand-alone issue counts as "Nexus #81" in the 'whole-numbering system'. The art was created in ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". In Excellent condition.

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Timothy Truman Guns of the Dragon #4 Story Page 19 Original Art (DC Comics, 1999). Intense dinosaur-attack -
Timothy Truman Guns of the Dragon #4 Story Page 19 Original Art (DC Comics, 1999). Intense dinosaur-attack page, here, from writer-artist Truman. Heroic Biff Bradley steers a charging Triceratops smack into famously bad guy Vandal Savage. This near-climactic page comes from a four-issue series combining various pivotal characters from the DC Universe -- a reflection of the influence of Crisis on Infinite Earths (1985) and a foreshadowing of Darwin Cooke's DC: The New Frontier (2004). Signed by Truman at lower right. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Mike Luckovich Luckovich Daily Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip Group of 2 (Atlanta Constitution, 1993-2009). -
Mike Luckovich Luckovich Daily Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip Group of 2 (Atlanta Constitution, 1993-2009). Smart, acerbic satires, spanning some wildly varying political climates, from a dependably edgy editorialist. Ross Perot takes a razzing in the earlier piece, geared to controversies over the North American Free Trade Agreement. Then comes President Barack Obama's turn in the barrel, with a backhanded commentary on his well-publicized efforts to ditch a smoking habit. Ink over graphite on Duotone board (1993) and Bristol board (2009). Image area, 12" x 9". Light toning and scattered corner-crimping. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Mister Miracle #6 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC Comics, 1996). Mr. Miracle, -
Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Mister Miracle #6 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC Comics, 1996). Mr. Miracle, Jack Kirby's infallible escape artist, finds a duty he cannot escape in protecting a wife from her violent husband. This page -- from a revival of the Kirby series -- finds Rogers and Austin well suited to the responsibility. Their delicately outlined combo style is a far cry from Kirby's bombastic artistry, but ideal for the contemplative subject matter. Package includes a copy of the original printed comic, in Very Good Condition. Ink over graphite on bright white DC-brand Bristol board. Image area 10" x 15". The art is in Excellent condition, with light toning.

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George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 4 (New York News Inc., 1971). The -
George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 4 (New York News Inc., 1971). The venerable adventure strip remains suspenseful and laden with intrigues in this splendid sequence. The consecutive strips are dated 2-23, 2-24, 2-25, and 2-26-71. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of 22" x 6.5". There is slight toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Sydney Jordan Jeff Hawke #H1729 Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Daily Express, 1959). From early in the -
Sydney Jordan Jeff Hawke #H1729 Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Daily Express, 1959). From early in the "Time out of Mind" story arc, that ran from 4-28-59 until 2-9-60 (H1713 to H1824), this tale of interplanetary justice was crafted in ink and Zipatone over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 15" x 4.25". Signed by Jordan below the image area, and again on the backside. The board is lightly toned, with some handling and corner wear. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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George McManus Bringing Up Father Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-27-52 (King Features Syndicate, 1952). -
George McManus Bringing Up Father Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-27-52 (King Features Syndicate, 1952). An unusual entry in the long-running funnypapers classic: McManus devotes each panel to a reminiscent flashback about various eccentric personalities in the neighborhood while the leading character Jiggs (off-camera) narrates in a sarcastic "voice". Beautifully illustrated in a fine, old-fashioned pen line and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol. A late-in-life effort from McManus (1884-1954), who had drawn the strip since 1913, and seldom entrusted the main art to any assistant. The image area measures 18" x 5". Adhesive staining in the shaded areas, with light toning and marginal editorial marks. A stripped in text correction is missing from Panel 3. In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Star Trek: Dinosaur Planet [Book and Record Set] #PR45 Pages 17-20 Original Art (Peter Pan, 1981). The last -
Star Trek: Dinosaur Planet [Book and Record Set] #PR45 Pages 17-20 Original Art (Peter Pan, 1981). The last four pages of this story feature telepathic alien dinosaurs, and some great pages featuring Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Bones McCoy, and other members of the away-team for this story. From late in the series for this book and record franchise, the cover did not bear the "Power Records" logo, and the back side of the art pages are stamped "Kirby Martin Associates", indicating these were not produced by Neal Adams Studios/Continuity Associates. Great looking pages at any rate, created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 19". Each page has an onionskin color guide overlay. Kirk's face on Page 17 is a blue and black ink art correction paste-up. Some of the paste-up caption boxes is missing from some pages. Overall the pages are in Very Good condition.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-23-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979). Luke -
Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-23-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979). Luke Skywalker gains the upper hand on a squad of Imperial stormtroopers. Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 4.5". In Excellent condition with mild overall toning. From the Manning Family Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-22-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Rocky the -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-22-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Rocky the Flying Squirrel, remember him? Boris and Natasha have been hogging up all the spotlight lately, but Rocky is still part of the cast! Here he gets the entire daily to himself. Tons of cards and letters were asking where he has been. This daily gives a shout-out to some of his fans. It was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". In Excellent condition.

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George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-12-49 (News Syndicate Co., Inc., -
George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-12-49 (News Syndicate Co., Inc., 1949). This daily by George Wunder, titled "You Were Saying?", was rendered in ink on Bristol, with an image area of 21.75" x 6.5" and is in Excellent condition.

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Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian Daily Comic Strip dated 1-29-79 (The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1979). -
Ernie Chan Conan the Barbarian Daily Comic Strip dated 1-29-79 (The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1979). Conan and Red Sonja appear in all three panels of this great example of the Cimmerian's newspaper strip! This original ink and transfer-tone over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image area of 14.5" x 4.5" and is in Excellent condition.

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Bob Weber Moose Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-12-67 (King Features Syndicate, 1967). Moose is getting -
Bob Weber Moose Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-12-67 (King Features Syndicate, 1967). Moose is getting a job at the plant (as soon as they become desperate), so it's time for a celebration! And Molly can order the most expensive thing on the menu (at Dave's Diner)! Created in ink over graphite on three strips of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.25" x 13". They are joined with cello tape on the back and side margins. The logo is a discolored print paste-up. There is discoloring where the cello has bleed through as well. Overall in Good condition.

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Wilson McCoy The Phantom Daily Comic Strip Original Art Consecutive Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1957). -
Wilson McCoy The Phantom Daily Comic Strip Original Art Consecutive Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1957). This group includes three consecutive Phantom dailies dated 9-23 through 9-25-57, done in ink, blue pencil, and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of approximately 20.75" x 6". The Zipatone has begun to discolor and there is slight edge toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Leonard Starr On Stage Original Art dated 5-11-75 (Chicago Tribune, 1975). From the period that the strip was -
Leonard Starr On Stage Original Art dated 5-11-75 (Chicago Tribune, 1975). From the period that the strip was known as Mary Perkins On Stage, this daily was touching on the growing drug problem in the counter-culture. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22" x 14.5". The logo is a discolored paper paste-up. The strip has been folded vertically through the center. In Very Good condition.

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Dan Barry Tarzan Daily Comic Strip Original Art #2733 (United Feature Syndicate, 1948). Tarzan takes on a -
Dan Barry Tarzan Daily Comic Strip Original Art #2733 (United Feature Syndicate, 1948). Tarzan takes on a horny, armor-plated beast, in this thrilling daily episode titled "The Vital Spot." The art is in ink over graphite on Strathmore Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 20.5" x 5.25". Handling wear and toning, with old glue stains over the text areas; Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). The -
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). The daily version of this strip started in 1952. When the Sunday strips started up in 1953, they came up with an innovative solution to the problem of not every paper carrying both dailies and Sundays. The Sunday strip would have all-new characters in it, and would run a completely separate story track, starring a young Texas boy named Punch, and Prince Torro, of the planet Terra. Al McWilliams' incredible artwork was a huge draw for this series. Produced in ink and red ink key lines over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15". The page is slightly toned and has been scored and folded between panel tiers for mailing to the Syndicate. The logo is paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-88 (King Features Syndicate, 1988). From -
Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-4-88 (King Features Syndicate, 1988). From week 9 of the story arc "Psaurians", comes this ink over graphite on Bristol board Sunday. Empress Matara is headed back to her throne, and the Psaurians attack fleet is on the way! Can Flash save the day? Of course he can... he's Flash Gordon! The image area measures 15.25" x 6.75", and the art is in Excellent condition, with a rusty staple in the top left corner.

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Dick Moores Gasoline Alley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-78 (Chicago Tribune, 1978). A grown up -
Dick Moores Gasoline Alley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-78 (Chicago Tribune, 1978). A grown up Skeezix is in charge of Poo Ping, in this dog-gone funny Gasoline Alley daily done in ink, blue wash and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board. It has an image area of 16.5" x 5" and is in Excellent condition.

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Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-28-50 (United Features Syndicate, 1950). -
Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-28-50 (United Features Syndicate, 1950). Casey escapes from Don Carlos's strongroom, and takes out two sentries guarding Pancho and Pecos, in this exciting ink over graphite on Bristol board daily with an image area of 18.5" x 5". Edge toning, otherwise in Excellent condition.

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Frank Godwin Rusty Riley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). Rusty -
Frank Godwin Rusty Riley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-22-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). Rusty and his buddy seem to be at the mercy of a tall tale teller. This daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5.25". The board is toned. There is a paste-up text correction in the first panel, and a missing text correction that was stripped-in on Panel 2, leaving a hole in the board with its absence. Signed in the last panel. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Roy Crane Buz Sawyer Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-12-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960). Roy Crane -
Roy Crane Buz Sawyer Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-12-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960). Roy Crane was a master cartoonist, and his masterful use of the DuoTone board here in Panel 1 is simply astonishing! By the time Crane had jumped from his Wash Tubbs strip to the Buz Sawyer feature, he had streamlined and perfected his storytelling, characterization, and staging to an all-time zenith, and his use of Craft Tint DuoTone art paper added a dramatic depth to his strips that remains unmatched to this day. The image area of this daily is 16.25" x 4.75". The duo tone pattern remains vivid, and the art is in Excellent condition.

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John Rose Barney Google and Snuffy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 8 (King Features Syndicate, -
John Rose Barney Google and Snuffy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 8 (King Features Syndicate, 2001-06). John Rose took over this long-running strip in May of 2001. These eight strips were created in ink over graphite on paper or Bristol board with approximate image areas of 13" x 3.5". All text on the 2006 strips is paste-up. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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John Thornton Flamingo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-25-52 (Phoenix Features, 1952). Flamingo tries to -
John Thornton Flamingo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-25-52 (Phoenix Features, 1952). Flamingo tries to get her grandfather out of trouble in this daily filled with great facial studies. Produced in ink and white paint over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5". Slight toning. In Excellent condition.

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Al Vermeer Priscilla's Pop Daily Comic Strip Original Art (NEA, c, 1950s). Fantastic art, in a Jimmy Hatlo -
Al Vermeer Priscilla's Pop Daily Comic Strip Original Art (NEA, c, 1950s). Fantastic art, in a Jimmy Hatlo vein, from Al Vermeer. This early single panel daily was rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol with an image area measuring 18.75" x 4.75". In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Fred Kida The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, -
Fred Kida The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1981). The Spider-Brigade is in danger and Spidey must come to the rescue! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.25" x 4.25", there is slight edge toning and a few pinholes; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Terry Moore Echo #4 Story Page 17 Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2008). Julie is confronted by the military on -
Terry Moore Echo #4 Story Page 17 Original Art (Abstract Studio, 2008). Julie is confronted by the military on this page. They seem a bit freaked out about the metal covering on part of her body. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 8.5" x 13.5". Signed in the lower margin. From the Terry and Robyn Moore Collection.

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Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-55 (Field Enterprises, 1955). Colonel -
Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-55 (Field Enterprises, 1955). Colonel Index's is in the hospital and his wife has been picked up by the Treasury Dept. in this daily from the mid-fifties. This ink and whiteout over graphite on Bristol board strip has an image area of 21.75" x 6.75", and the art is in Very Good condition, with toning and handling wear. Signed and inscribed in the first panel, in 1960.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-29-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). Al -
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-29-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). Al McWilliams artwork on this space-themed Sunday is exceptional, as always! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15". The page is slightly toned and has been scored and folded between panel tiers for mailing. The logo is paste-up, and there are some production stains in the borders; otherwise, this is in Very Good condition.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1940). Five quick-witted -
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate, 1940). Five quick-witted early dailies from Frank Willard. They include the strips dated 4-10, 4-11, 4-13, 4-18, and 7-19-40. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with average image areas of approximately 19" x 6". All strips have edge wear and toning, and pinholes in the top margins; otherwise, in Very Good condition.

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Al Williamson Flash Gordon Sketch Original Art (c. 1960s). Williamson had spent his childhood poring over Alex -
Al Williamson Flash Gordon Sketch Original Art (c. 1960s). Williamson had spent his childhood poring over Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon, among other such fine 1930s influences, and so it follows that Williamson became one of the preeminent SF artists of the midcentury. He came full-circle during the 1960s as an inheritor of the artistic duties on Flash Gordon, to which this dynamic miniature is a fascinating side-light. Only the sketch-pad stock marks the piece literally as a sketch, per se; the brushwork is as polished as anything Williamson ever produced for publication. Ink over graphite on sketch-pad page. Image area, 6.5" x 9". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Berke Breathed - Opus from Bloom County Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s). Opus is enjoying a pipe and a -
Berke Breathed - Opus from Bloom County Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s). Opus is enjoying a pipe and a book on this charming illustration. There are several good gags hidden in the book titles. The illustration was created in ink, marker, and red pencil over graphite on paper, with a matted image area of 11" x 11". Signed (backwards) in the lower left margin. There is a very slight amount of bleed and discoloration near the marker work on Opus; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Bill Ziegler Space Family Robinson Lost in Space on Space Station #62 Unpublished Partial Story Original Art -
Bill Ziegler Space Family Robinson Lost in Space on Space Station #62 Unpublished Partial Story Original Art Group of 11 (Western, 1982). Space Family Robinson, precursor of Irwin Allen's long-running teleseries Lost in Space (1965-68), had started as an SF elaboration upon Johann Wyss' famous shipwreck novel of 1812, Swiss Family Robinson. The connections had become blurred by the time of this late-in-the-game piece, which was orphaned upon the discontinuation of the comic-book series after issue #59. Ziegler's character-rich, dynamic artwork is lovely to behold. Only the splash page is absent. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.75" x 17.75". Excellent condition.

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Frank Brunner - Doctor Strange Commission Illustration Original Art (2016). The Master of the Mystic Arts has a -
Frank Brunner - Doctor Strange Commission Illustration Original Art (2016). The Master of the Mystic Arts has a very steely-eyed stare on this piece... all three of the them! Nice image of the Eye of Agamotto in use. It is a very intense close-up piece crafted in ink, ink wash, and white paint over graphite on 9" x 12" white paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. In Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Al Vey The Strangers #16 Cover Original Art (Malibu, 1994). The Strangers battle Pilgrim, -
Rick Hoberg and Al Vey The Strangers #16 Cover Original Art (Malibu, 1994). The Strangers battle Pilgrim, Rodent, Lightshow, and Generator X. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 17". In Excellent condition.

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Mark Bagley and Andrew Hennessy Hulk #15 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 2015). The "Doc Green" -
Mark Bagley and Andrew Hennessy Hulk #15 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 2015). The "Doc Green" incarnation of the Hulk turns a few heads in Brooklyn on this great semi-splash page. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Rudy Lapick Pep #407: "Work Quirk" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Archie -
Stan Goldberg and Rudy Lapick Pep #407: "Work Quirk" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Archie Comics, 1986). Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, stars in a school-days slapstick romp that finds her mystical Cousin Ambrose tagging along to help her fulfill her classroom duties -- anonymously, of course. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning, with docked corners and irregular marginal trims. Excellent condition.

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Ross Andru and Mike Esposito The Flash #185 Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1969). Barry Allen, vacationing in France, -
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito The Flash #185 Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1969). Barry Allen, vacationing in France, finds himself in the middle of a potential disaster. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Very Good condition with heavy chipping along the left edge, which does not affect the art.

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Adam Hughes and Rick Magyar The Maze Agency #2 Page 12 Original Art (Comico, 1989). Jennifer Mays and Gabriel -
Adam Hughes and Rick Magyar The Maze Agency #2 Page 12 Original Art (Comico, 1989). Jennifer Mays and Gabriel Webb uncover a strange clue on this page from the cult fave whodunit detective series. Ink over graphite on Comico Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 15". In Excellent condition, Signed and dated by writer Mike W. Barr near the lower left. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Chris Warner and E. R. Cruz Moon Knight #3 Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1985). Moon Knight is trapped in a -
Chris Warner and E. R. Cruz Moon Knight #3 Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1985). Moon Knight is trapped in a bizarre dreamscape on this surreal page. Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Warner and writer Alan Zalentz in the bottom margin.

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Paul Norris "The Case of the Purple Hair" CP-1 Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features -
Paul Norris "The Case of the Purple Hair" CP-1 Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1948). Used in Chapter 1, this image has a subtitle "Sarnak turned aside afraid that he was going to be sick. Mrs. Abbington had not died in her sleep". It was for the story "The Case of the Purple Hair", written by Polly Simpson McManus. Rendered in ink over graphite with blue pencil shading, this work is on Bristol board with a matted image area of 9.5" x 9.5". Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Bob Smith Archie #541: "Fall Colors" Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Archie -
Stan Goldberg and Bob Smith Archie #541: "Fall Colors" Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Archie Comics, 2003). By modifying his style from Baby Boomer and GenX slapstick in the 20th century to a more relaxed New Millennium manner, Goldberg proved a definitive Archie artist for the long stretch. This example of the latter approach finds Archie Andrews confronted with a fashion crisis. Ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning and scattered adhesive staining. Excellent condition.

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Yanick Paquette Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #3 Splash Page 8 Original Art (DC, 2010). The story -
Yanick Paquette Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #3 Splash Page 8 Original Art (DC, 2010). The story "Part Three: The Bones of Bristol Bay" finds a disoriented and time-displaced Bruce Wayne working his way back to the current day (2010) after having been killed in Final Crisis #6. No, really really killed. But, as they say... "He got better." This page was created in ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". Signed by Paquette in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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John Calnan and Dave Hunt The New Adventures of Superboy #20 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1981). A very young -
John Calnan and Dave Hunt The New Adventures of Superboy #20 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1981). A very young Superboy makes a hard landing on a red sun world on this page from "Captive of the Red Sun". Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with very light toning.

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Heinrich Kley Figure Sketches Original Art (c. 1920s). Kley's fluid line and masterful sense of form and figure -
Heinrich Kley Figure Sketches Original Art (c. 1920s). Kley's fluid line and masterful sense of form and figure show to strong advantage in this spontaneous montage of miniatures. Graphite on sketch-pad stock. Image area, 8.5" x 11". Moderate age-toning and marginal staining. Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Trevor Von Eeden and Dave Simons Secrets of Haunted House #25 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC Comics, 1980). Is -
Trevor Von Eeden and Dave Simons Secrets of Haunted House #25 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC Comics, 1980). Is that ghostly hero, the Spectre, moonlighting as Mr. Destiny in another DC title? The hooded figure (lower tier) certainly looks like the Spectre -- and claims similar powers. Be that as it may, this smartly composed page radiates a haunting quality as a troubled human character considers the consequences of cheating the Fates. Simons' inks recall the Silver Age style of an acknowledged master, Murphy Anderson. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Howard Sherman Western Comics #30 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1951). Western Comics, a transitional -
Howard Sherman Western Comics #30 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1951). Western Comics, a transitional title between the Golden Age and the Silver Age, began early in the 1950s to feature the more polished and realistic approach to panel design and sophisticated illustration that would define DC's look for the long term. Sherman is in top form on this large-scale excerpt from a Wyoming Kid adventure involving a desperate manhunt. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 19". Moderate toning. First panel contains an art corrected, pasted in place. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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William Stout Passion Play Jethro Tull Bootleg Album Cover Original Art (Trademark of Quality, 1973). In 1973, -
William Stout Passion Play Jethro Tull Bootleg Album Cover Original Art (Trademark of Quality, 1973). In 1973, William Stout began creating art for album covers and sleeve art for Trademark of Quality (a bootleg album company). He produced over 30 works of art for the company. This work shows the incredible high-detail Stout is known for, in both the characters and in the background as well. Charming and disarming, it was rendered in ink on high-gloss paper, it is signed and dated in the lower right of the 12" x 10.5" image area. There is a slight water stain in the top right edge, and some minor wrinkles/slight creases in some places. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Joe Messerli (Attributed) Andy Panda: "Ghost Galleons" Complete Unpublished 10-Page Story Original -
Joe Messerli (Attributed) Andy Panda: "Ghost Galleons" Complete Unpublished 10-Page Story Original Art (Western Publ., c. 1970s). Andy Panda and Charlie Chicken debunk a bogus haunting in this first-rate example of the postmodern Funny Animal style -- a solid story, orphaned upon the discontinuation of the third and final Andy Panda comic-book series. (Creator Walter Lantz, better known for Woody Woodpecker, out-lived his signature characters by a generation.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 17.5". Excellent condition.

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Jack Sparling The Witching Hour #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1969). A killer struggles with his -
Jack Sparling The Witching Hour #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1969). A killer struggles with his conscience in this striking showcase for Sparling's spontaneous and economical brushwork. Striking light-and-shadow effects in first panel, and a dynamic foreshortening of the prone figure in the third tier. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Marginal punctures at top and bottom. Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Jon D'Agostino Josie and the Pussycats #70: "That Special Curse" Complete 5-Page -
Stan Goldberg and Jon D'Agostino Josie and the Pussycats #70: "That Special Curse" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Archie Comics, 1973). Snooty Alexandra Cabot must hide her obnoxious personality for one day in order to fulfill a Cabot family tradition. Josie is flabbergasted. Brisk comedy of manners from a master of the Archie-group style. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Greg LaRocque and Chic Stone The Avengers #225 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Great page featuring -
Greg LaRocque and Chic Stone The Avengers #225 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Great page featuring Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Wasp, Hawkeye, She-Hulk, and Doctor Druid. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Very Good condition with moderate overall toning. Signed by LaRocque along the bottom edge.

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Aloysius Derso Vater und Sohn (Father and Son) (1926). The master caricaturist depicts a U.K. statesman, Sir -
Aloysius Derso Vater und Sohn (Father and Son) (1926). The master caricaturist depicts a U.K. statesman, Sir Jos. Austen Chamberlain, and his son in expressive profile. Only the use of sketchpad stock marks this miniature gem as a sketch: The piece is as sophisticated and cleanly finished as anything Derso ever delivered for publication. Ink on sketchpad stock. Image area, 6" x 8". Moderate age-toning and lightly barked edges/corners. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Don Oriolo Felix the Cat Inscribed Sketch Original Art (2005). Oriolo, cartoonist and music-biz publisher, -
Don Oriolo Felix the Cat Inscribed Sketch Original Art (2005). Oriolo, cartoonist and music-biz publisher, represents the third generation of artists responsible for Felix -- the first cartoon superstar, dating from the early 20th century. This spontaneous sketch is unusual in that it is produced on canvas stock of a sort customarily used in painting. Graphite on textured canvas. Image area, 10" x 13", framed to 19.75" x 22.5". Minimal stain-spotting. Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane - Colossus Commission Illustration Original Art (1982). Pyotr Nikolayevich is busting through the page -
Gil Kane - Colossus Commission Illustration Original Art (1982). Pyotr Nikolayevich is busting through the page to greet you on this uncanny commission piece that has the X-tra appeal of being produced master artist Gil Kane. Crafted in ink marker over graphite on the back of a NEA produced print featuring a photo image of Gil Kane. This was in celebration of the National Cartoonists Society awarding Kane an award for Story Strip for his work on Star Hawks. The 10" x 15" paper ad page is lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Jack Davis Superfan #T5136 Partial Story Original Art Group of 3 (New American Library, 1972). The term graphic -
Jack Davis Superfan #T5136 Partial Story Original Art Group of 3 (New American Library, 1972). The term graphic novel had yet to be invented when Davis and writer Nick Meglin concocted Superfan as a book-length satire of the football scene. Each page is a panel, and this fine batch includes two that were designed to face one another in print (Pages 70-71), along with Page 52. The style and attitude of MAD Magazine prevail. Ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 5.5" x 9". Light toning and marginal adhesive staining. Excellent condition.

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Pia Guerra and Jose Marzan Jr. Y: The Last Man #18 Page 14 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2004). Featuring Yorick, -
Pia Guerra and Jose Marzan Jr. Y: The Last Man #18 Page 14 Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2004). Featuring Yorick, Agent 355, Dr. Allison Mann, and a bundled-up Ampersand. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". In Excellent condition, signed by Guerra in the lower right..

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Irv Novick and Howard Purcell Sea Devils #14 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1963). The first superheroes -
Irv Novick and Howard Purcell Sea Devils #14 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1963). The first superheroes were the titans of ancient Greek-Roman mythology -- but here, Hercules and King Neptune are behaving more like menaces. Leave it to the assembled Sea Devils to halt the godly battle before it can destroy the oceans. First-rate, large-scale action sequence from Novick and inker Purcell, whose teamwork is consistent with that of Sea Devils co-creator Russ Heath. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13.25" x 19". Moderate toning. One small horizontal divot is missing from the caption area of the first panel. Very Good condition.

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William Stout Bright Lights, Big City Rolling Stones Bootleg Album Cover Original Art (Trademark of Quality, -
William Stout Bright Lights, Big City Rolling Stones Bootleg Album Cover Original Art (Trademark of Quality, 1973). In 1973, William Stout began producing album covers and sleeve art for Trademark of Quality, a bootleg album company. He created over 30 works of art for them. This was used on a bootleg release of the Rolling Stones album Bright Lights, Big City. The work is ink on paper with a diameter of 10.75". It is signed and dated in the lower right. Matted out to 15" x 16". The art has a slight wrinkle in the lower right corner. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Jim Starlin - Silver Surfer Commission Illustration Original Art (c. 1990-2000s). The cosmic powered sentinel -
Jim Starlin - Silver Surfer Commission Illustration Original Art (c. 1990-2000s). The cosmic powered sentinel of the spaceways is surfin' your way on this great looking piece by one of the masters of the epic space opera story format, Mr. Jim Starlin. Created in ink on bright white 9" x 12" Bristol board. Signed in the lower right and in Excellent condition.

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Jess Jodloman House of Mystery #257 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC Comics, 1978). An axe-murderer strikes -- -
Jess Jodloman House of Mystery #257 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC Comics, 1978). An axe-murderer strikes -- only to find that his intended victim is a ghost. A beautifully illustrated, radially designed composition from a master of woodcut-like crosshatching. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning and marginal staining. Excellent condition.

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Ron Wilson and Joe Sinnott The Thing #22 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1985). An emotional scene between Ben -
Ron Wilson and Joe Sinnott The Thing #22 Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1985). An emotional scene between Ben Grimm and his love Alicia Masters. Sinnott embellishments on Wilson breakdowns, in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Wilson and Sinnott in the bottom margin.

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Joe Quesada Wizard the Comics Magazine #152 Cover Preliminary Artwork Original Art (Wizard Entertainment, -
Joe Quesada Wizard the Comics Magazine #152 Cover Preliminary Artwork Original Art (Wizard Entertainment, 2004). This prelim layout design shows Wolverine brooding on a building corner, as Spider-Man and Daredevil patiently wait their turn. (We assume that Batman has already had his turn.) The image is very similar to the published cover. Crafted in pure graphite on 8.5" x 11" white paper. In Excellent condition.

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Herb Trimpe Savage Tales #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel Comics, 1985). Trimpe, long typecast -
Herb Trimpe Savage Tales #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel Comics, 1985). Trimpe, long typecast as a defining artist on The Incredible Hulk, stretches his creative muscles as author-illustrator on these splendid sequences from a Skywarriors tale. His unfettered style belongs more to the realm of classic pulp-fiction art, with finely detailed pen-and-brush technique and an astonishing command of strong, cinematic radial perspective. Lovely stuff, here. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white highlights. Image area, 10.5" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Tom Raney "Bloodstorm" (Storm as a Vampire) Illustration Original Art (2007). The X-man known as -
Tom Raney "Bloodstorm" (Storm as a Vampire) Illustration Original Art (2007). The X-man known as Storm, rendered as a vampire by Tom Raney. The piece was created in ink over graphite on a section of bright white 8.5" x 11" Bristol board. Signed and dated in the image area.

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Irv Novick and Howard Purcell Sea Devils #14 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC Comics, 1963). An epic battle -
Irv Novick and Howard Purcell Sea Devils #14 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC Comics, 1963). An epic battle between Hercules and King Neptune threatens to destroy the oceans. The heroic Sea Devils team finds itself torn between allowing Neptune to lose, and seeing Hercules lose face: "After all, he is a great hero!" as Sea Devil Judy Walton says. Conventional wisdom pegs Novick as the lone artist, but Purcell's inking style is self-evident -- a job worthy of Sea Devils co-creator Russ Heath. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13.25" x 12". (The shallower page dimension, here, was designed to accommodate an advertisement beneath the art.) Moderate toning. Excellent condition.

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Ric Estrada Flash Gordon #3 Page 27 Original Art (King Features, 1967). Flash and his centaur compatriot -
Ric Estrada Flash Gordon #3 Page 27 Original Art (King Features, 1967). Flash and his centaur compatriot Cazedessus walk into a trap in a deserted Mingo City on this page from "Flash Gordon Meets Monolith, Champion of Mongo". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.75" x 17". In Excellent condition.

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Jeff Jones Age of Innocence: The Romantic Art of Jeffrey Jones Signed Limited Edition Slipcase Hardback Book -
Jeff Jones Age of Innocence: The Romantic Art of Jeffrey Jones Signed Limited Edition Slipcase Hardback Book with Interior Painting Original Art and Print #9/52 (Underwood Books, 1994). Not only is this 40-page book stunning in both its content, physical design, and production quality, but it includes two other incredible features... there is a limited edition print affixed to a fly page (instead of being numbered, they are lettered from A-ZZ and this is "I"), but the big jaw-dropping feature is the bound in original watercolor work over printed line art on textured art paper. The color fibers embedded in the art paper cover and the lovely endpapers really set off this high-quality hardback collection of Jeffrey Catherine Jones' expressive and soul-stirring work. Signed by Jones and Roger Dean on the limited print page. Book and slipcase are in Excellent condition.

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Mike Docherty and Alfredo Alcala Savage Sword of Conan #184 Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Conan faces -
Mike Docherty and Alfredo Alcala Savage Sword of Conan #184 Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Conan faces down a demon lord and battles his undead minions on this stunning page. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 16.25" -- most of the board! In Excellent condition.

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Alex Niño - Man and Cobra Illustration Original Art (c. 1980s). Staked out, and staring down a cobra, -
Alex Niño - Man and Cobra Illustration Original Art (c. 1980s). Staked out, and staring down a cobra, this mustachioed man is in a hard situation. The spot illustration was created in ink on paper with a matted image area of 9.5" x 13.5". There is slight discoloration and a couple of minor stains. In Overall Very Good condition.

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Joe Kubert Speed Comics #31 Story Page 8 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1944). Eighteen years old -- and already -
Joe Kubert Speed Comics #31 Story Page 8 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1944). Eighteen years old -- and already a comic-book genius. That's Kubert, as represented here by this splendid Golden Age page featuring the costumed Black Cat in violent action. Powerful radial design, with dizzying angles, extravagant perspectives, and propulsive spotting of black-ink gravity. The ink-feathering on the hair (lower left) foreshadows Kubert's costume designs on the 1960s' revival of Hawkman. Signed (in 2008) by the Great Man his ownself. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.5" x 18". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al Plastino Action Comics #293 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1962). The Man of Steel, his alter ego, and -
Al Plastino Action Comics #293 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1962). The Man of Steel, his alter ego, and Supergirl (sort of) are all featured on this page from "The Feud Between Superman and Clark Kent!". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". In Excellent condition with mild overall toning and light soiling at the edges.

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Paul Neary and Vince Colletta Captain America #324 Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Great images of Cap on -
Paul Neary and Vince Colletta Captain America #324 Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1986). Great images of Cap on his motorcycle as he pursues Whirlwind into an ambush set by the Trapster. Colletta finishes on Neary breakdowns, in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Very Good condition with mild overall toning and water damage to the left edge.

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Phantom Lady Illustration Original Art (2000). The Golden Age Phantom Lady frees herself from some ropes on -
Phantom Lady Illustration Original Art (2000). The Golden Age Phantom Lady frees herself from some ropes on this large graphite work on 15" x 19.5" Bristol board is signed and dated in the lower right. The signature is illegible, however. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Dan Lawlis and Russ Heath Shadowmasters #1 Splash Page 39 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). Stunning full-page image -
Dan Lawlis and Russ Heath Shadowmasters #1 Splash Page 39 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). Stunning full-page image from the martial arts miniseries, which spun out of the Punisher's first ongoing title. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Sam Glanzman - Jonah Hex Wanted Poster Specialty Illustration Original Art (2002). This hand-drawn image -
Sam Glanzman - Jonah Hex Wanted Poster Specialty Illustration Original Art (2002). This hand-drawn image replicates a worn Wanted poster for Jonah Hex. He has a $5,000 bounty on his head, which given inflation since 1871, would be about $102,000.00 today. This piece was created in mixed media on 10" x 15" illustration board. It is signed and dated by Glanzman on the right side of the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Bob Brown Tales of the Unexpected #53 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC Comics, 1960). This splendid page finds -
Bob Brown Tales of the Unexpected #53 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC Comics, 1960). This splendid page finds Silver Age hero Rick Starr suiting up as the mighty Space Ranger to combat a monstrous invasion -- great-looking creatures, like gorilla-dinosaurs. Brown is working here in the old-school Golden Age page format (twice published size), much roomier than the compact dimensions that would come to dominate the Silver Age comics. The brisk dialogue bespeaks the presence of writer Arnold Drake, co-creator of such long-running DC titles as The Doom Patrol and Deadman, and screenwriter of the classic horror film The Flesh Eaters. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13.25" x 19". Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Will Blyberg New Gods #26 Cover Original Art (DC, 1991). Lightray lies seemingly dead at the -
Rick Hoberg and Will Blyberg New Gods #26 Cover Original Art (DC, 1991). Lightray lies seemingly dead at the hands of Tyrus. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Alberto Giolitti Gunsmoke #3 Page 25 Original Art (Gold Key, 1969). Marshall Dillon features throughout this -
Alberto Giolitti Gunsmoke #3 Page 25 Original Art (Gold Key, 1969). Marshall Dillon features throughout this page from "The Big Strike". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Will Blyberg Who's Who in the DC Universe #9 Yuga Khan Pin-Up Original Art (DC, 1991). A great -
Rick Hoberg and Will Blyberg Who's Who in the DC Universe #9 Yuga Khan Pin-Up Original Art (DC, 1991). A great splash page portrait of the terrifying Yuga Khan, with a menacing statue of his infamous son Darkseid in the background as a bonus. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13". In Excellence condition.

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Mark Bagley - Hawkeye Commission Illustration Original Art (2001). Marvel's eagle-eyed archer, Clint Barton, -
Mark Bagley - Hawkeye Commission Illustration Original Art (2001). Marvel's eagle-eyed archer, Clint Barton, stands watch on this rocky outcropping. It's wonderfully detailed commission piece in graphite and blue pencil on bright white 8.5" x 11" Bristol board. Signed and dated by Bagley in the lower image area, it is in Excellent condition.

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Joe Bennett and Art Thibert The Savage Hawkman #15 Page 4 Deathstroke Original Art (DC, 2013). An armored-up -
Joe Bennett and Art Thibert The Savage Hawkman #15 Page 4 Deathstroke Original Art (DC, 2013). An armored-up Hawkman goes toe-to-toe with Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". In Excellent condition, signed by Thibert in the lower left. A copy of the issue is included with the artwork.

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Ross Andru and George Roussos X-Men #36 Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Featuring Cyclops, Marvel Girl, -
Ross Andru and George Roussos X-Men #36 Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Featuring Cyclops, Marvel Girl, and Angel against Mekano. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". There are two layers of edits on separate pieces of board pasted onto the second panel. In Very Good condition with mild toning, discoloration to the alterations in panel two, and numerous tack holes to the top margin.

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Martín and Sanders (Signed) Gag Cartoon and Chicken of the Sea Logotype/Collage Original Art Group of 2 -
Martín and Sanders (Signed) Gag Cartoon and Chicken of the Sea Logotype/Collage Original Art Group of 2 (c. 1950s-1975). Strange bedfellows, these elusive and oddly matched pieces. The single-name Martín cartoon depicts two women, apparently gossiping about two men. Editorial notes in upper margin indicate a Spanish-language publishing pedigree. The piece signed "Sanders '75" is an original background ink-tint job, coupled with a paste-up collage image of the Chicken of the Sea canned-tuna logotype. A Vellum overlay contains a note reading "Surfer Pic," suggesting that an inlaid image might have been intended. Martín drawing, Ink and ink-wash over graphite on Bristol board. Sanders piece, colored inks and collage on illustration board. Image areas, 9" x 7" and 13" x 7". Light to moderate toning. Very Good condition.

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Billy Graham Eerie Preliminary Cover Original Art (Warren Publ., 1970). Graham, as art director for the Warren -
Billy Graham Eerie Preliminary Cover Original Art (Warren Publ., 1970). Graham, as art director for the Warren horror comics, also contributed a wealth of art to such titles as Eerie, Creepy, and Vampirella. This splendid small-scale conceptual piece -- a finished painting in its own right -- originated as a warm-up for a proposed cover that went unfinished. Graham later became known for his substantial contributions to Marvel Comics' Luke Cage, Hero for Hire and The Black Panther. Oils (including logotype) on unstretched canvas, mounted to a backing sheet. Image area, 8.25" x 11". Sporadic small blotches in paint. Very Good condition.

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Dale Eaglesham and Andrew Hennessy Sigil #37 Splash Page 1 Original Art (CrossGen, 2003). The upside-down -
Dale Eaglesham and Andrew Hennessy Sigil #37 Splash Page 1 Original Art (CrossGen, 2003). The upside-down action on this page is due to a space battle going on, and it is the Negation shooting at the crew of the Bitter Luck. The Negation appear another CrossGen title, Negation. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed by Eaglesham in the lower margin. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Steve Rude and Gary Martin Nexus: The Origin #1 Story Page 27 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). This issue -
Steve Rude and Gary Martin Nexus: The Origin #1 Story Page 27 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1992). This issue counts as Nexus #81 in the "whole-numbering system". It ran between the end of the First Comics series and before the first Dark Horse mini-series (Alien Justice). This page is a concise and compressed retelling of events from pages 7 and 8 of the black and white Nexus magazine from Capital Comics in 1981. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The inset image of Nexus in Panel 2 was created on Duotone board, then cut and pasted onto this page. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip dated 8-21-44 Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1944). Two -
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip dated 8-21-44 Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1944). Two months into a 33-year run, Johnny Hazard is already showing signs of greatness on a par with Robbins' cartooning heroes, Milton Caniff and Alex Raymond. (Robbins had been invited in 1943 to take over Secret Agent X-9, a Raymond creation, but chose instead to invent Johnny Hazard.) This splendid example hits the ground running -- literally: See the fourth panel for vivid evidence. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Peter Gross The Books of Magic #24 Story Page 1 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1996). Which came first -- The -
Peter Gross The Books of Magic #24 Story Page 1 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1996). Which came first -- The Books of Magic, or the Harry Potter franchise? Resemblances are strong. Of course, Neil Gaiman had originated The Books of Magic in 1993, well before J.K. Rowling's first Harry Potter novel. This finely designed page appeared, well into a long post-Gaiman run, a year before Potter's debut. Gross here a confrontation in tense terms. Ink and drybrush effects over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10.5" x 15.75". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Peter Gross The Books of Magic #27 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1996). An extraordinarily -
Peter Gross The Books of Magic #27 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1996). An extraordinarily clever vignette page from the boy-magician series, well into a successful run following the departure of originator Neil Gaiman. Gross' inventive split-level page design captures a chaotic sense of imbalance -- perfectly well suited to the situation depicted. The visual punchline (lower right) is priceless. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Howard Chaykin and Terry Austin Marvel Premiere #56 Story Page 14 Dominic Fortune Original Art (Marvel, 1980). -
Howard Chaykin and Terry Austin Marvel Premiere #56 Story Page 14 Dominic Fortune Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Howard Chaykin doing what he loves best... a swashbuckling period piece! From a seaplane to a burning twin-engine, to a fistfight in one smooth transition, this is an incredible page! Created in ink and marker over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, and some of the marker has discolored very slightly. The top marginal corners are trimmed. Overall in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Paul Fung Jr. Blondie Comics Monthly #18 Cover Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1950). The byline cites Chic Young -
Paul Fung Jr. Blondie Comics Monthly #18 Cover Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1950). The byline cites Chic Young (creator of the Blondie comic strip), but the style is unmistakably that of Fung, Young's assistant (since 1949) and the principal artist on the comic-book spinoff. The art is astonishingly well preserved, given the deterioration of the logotype area and the absence of paste-up text. In the missing balloons, Daisy (the dog) is saying, "G-r-r," and her pups are snoring: "Z-Z-Z." The faded text at lower right reads: "All-New Blondie Stories 'Specially Written and Drawn for This Issue!" Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 14". Moderate toning, with pronounced adhesive staining. One narrow horizontal black line at lower left quadrant. Very Good condition.

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Herb Trimpe, Alex Trimpe, and Steve Montano Fantastic Four Unlimited #3 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel -
Herb Trimpe, Alex Trimpe, and Steve Montano Fantastic Four Unlimited #3 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1993). Trimpe's dynamic pencilling captures ideally a siege by an old-school Fantastic Four villain, Annihilus, in conflict with Mr. Fantastic and the Thing. The middle tier contains an extreme anatomical foreshortening that recalls Jack Kirby's earliest Fantastic Four pages of the 1960s. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Aaron Lopresti New Warriors Annual #2 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1992). Wisecracking hero -
Aaron Lopresti New Warriors Annual #2 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1992). Wisecracking hero Speedball welcomes the reader to a rundown of villains in this splendidly designed Who's Who composition. The page inventories such ne'er-do-wells as the Mad Thinker, Primus, the Force of Nature gang, Star Thief, the White Queen & Her Hellions, and Terrax the Terrible, former accomplice to the world-eating Galactus. Signed at upper margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Bruce Zick The Pirates of Dark Water #2 Cover Original Art (Hanna-Barbera/Marvel Comics, 1991). Marvel was -
Bruce Zick The Pirates of Dark Water #2 Cover Original Art (Hanna-Barbera/Marvel Comics, 1991). Marvel was quick to adapt this H-B teevee-toon as a finite series of six issues. Zick's splendidly designed image captures well the anime-inspired essence of David Kirschner's original conception, adding tense illustrative touches more detailed than the animated source-art. A strong radial composition, seeming to draw the reader into a vortex of action. The photostatic logotype appears on a separate transparent overlay. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Greg Land and Dick Giordano Legends of the DC Universe #9 Story Page 14 Original Art (DC Comics, 1998). A -
Greg Land and Dick Giordano Legends of the DC Universe #9 Story Page 14 Original Art (DC Comics, 1998). A generation after the classic 1970s renovation of Green Lantern & Green Arrow -- comes this fine reunion of writer Denny O'Neil and Giordano (one of the revival's original inkers), with Greg Land handling the composition and pencil-art in a style reminiscent of Neal Adams. Green Lantern and Green Arrow are in grand antagonistic form. Arrow has doubts about a military man whom the heroes are assigned to protect. Signed by Land at upper margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10.25" x 16". Marginal adhesive stains. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mike Hoffman John Carter of Mars Fight Scene Original Art (2012). Hoffman's mastery of a Frazetta-inspired -
Mike Hoffman John Carter of Mars Fight Scene Original Art (2012). Hoffman's mastery of a Frazetta-inspired illustrative style (with traces of Gray Morrow's influence) applies well to Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter series. In this dynamic composition, Princess Deja Thoris looks on from a safe vantage while John Carter slugs it out with an interloper. Ink and ink wash over graphite on bright white Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Christian Zanier and Steve Moncuse Ghost V2#5 Story Page 9 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Elisa was locked in -
Christian Zanier and Steve Moncuse Ghost V2#5 Story Page 9 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Elisa was locked in a cell, then released by a mysterious man in suit. He knows more about her past than she does... a wonderfully spooky element for this series. This page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Dark Horse Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Text is stat paste-up. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Michael William Kaluta The Unwritten #31.5 Internal Splash Original Art (DC Comics, 2012). Kaluta's splendid -
Michael William Kaluta The Unwritten #31.5 Internal Splash Original Art (DC Comics, 2012). Kaluta's splendid composition takes on an aspect of epic mythology with a ceremonial announcement before an assembled army of warriors. Awe-inspiring images of peacocks in flight complete the spectacle to near-perfection. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 11" x 17". Light marginal toning. Excellent condition.

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Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #42 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1991). An ominous shattered -
Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Excalibur #42 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1991). An ominous shattered lighthouse is the setting for a tense sequence from writer-penciller Davis' tongue-in-cheek story, "A Hatch Is Plotted." This fine excerpt from the long-running X-Men spinoff features such key characters as Brian "Excalibur" Braddock, Nightcrawler, and Kitty "Shadowcat" Pryde. Farmer's inks contain visual references to John Byrne's run on X-Men of a decade earlier. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Illustrations Original Art and Okefenokee Star Fanzine #6 Group of 7 (Hall Syndicate/Swamp -
Walt Kelly Pogo Illustrations Original Art and Okefenokee Star Fanzine #6 Group of 7 (Hall Syndicate/Swamp Yankee Studios, c. 1960s/1980). Kelly's masterpiece of satire and political spoofery, Pogo, sparkles in this bright selection of illustrations and vignettes -- four of them, designed to illuminate the sheet music for a theme-song, "Go Go Pogo," in connection with the periodic "Pogo for President" promotional campaigns of the 1950s-'60s. The other two come from a promotional certificate for the strip. The horizontal strip piece has a 6" rip in the bottom left corner into the image area, mended with linen tape on the backside, while the other piece from this page has discoloration. They are both in Good condition. The principal piece depicts a majority of the ensemble cast of the daily comic strip. An accompanying copy of the Pogo fanzine, The Okefenokee Star (1980), contains the music/lyrics. Ink and ink-wash over graphite on coated stock (4) and Bristol board (1). Image areas, 5" x 4" x to 10" x 11". Light toning and crimping. In Very Good condition, unless noted.

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Leonard Kirk, Joe Bennett, Andrea Di Vito and Others - CrossGen Titles Panel Pages Original Art Group of 4 -
Leonard Kirk, Joe Bennett, Andrea Di Vito and Others - CrossGen Titles Panel Pages Original Art Group of 4 (CrossGen, 2003). Four pages from three CrossGen titles. Included are: Solus #8, Page 2 by Leonard Kirk and Andrew Pepoy; Mark of Charon #3, Page 7 by Joe Bennett and Jonathan Glapion; Brath Prequel Page 19, and Brath #2 Page 14, both by Andrea Di Vito (Prequel inked by Brad Vacata, and issue #2 inked by John Dell). Note the Sigil on Brath's chest. This is one of the symbols that link almost all of the CrossGen books together. You also see it on Andra on the Solus page. The pages were created in ink over graphite on bright white CrossGen Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Many of the artists signed their pages in the top margin of that page. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1980-90s). Thomas' fertile imagination -
Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1980-90s). Thomas' fertile imagination shows in these single panel gag strips, each designed to elicit a guffaw or at least a wry chuckle. They are ink over graphite on 8.5" x 11" paper. Each is signed and in Excellent condition.

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Al Capp Li'l Abner Related Illustrations Shmoo and Fearless Fosdick Original Art Group of 3 (c. 1950-70s). -
Al Capp Li'l Abner Related Illustrations Shmoo and Fearless Fosdick Original Art Group of 3 (c. 1950-70s). Three pieces of original art by Al Capp that feature some of this greatest supporting characters from the famed Li'l Abner comic strip. One fine looking image features a Shmoo kicking a Kigmy, with inset panels showing Moonbeam McSwine, Sadie Hawkins, Lonesome Polecat, Hairless Joe, and Wolf Gal. It was created in graphite and red pencil on onionskin paper with an image area of 7" x 4". Next there is a graphite piece featuring "The Fearless Fosdick Brain Juice Machine" in action. It's a bit of a Rube Goldberg-looking contraption on 8.5" x 11" paper. Lastly, there is a sketch of a Shmoo in ink over graphite on 8.5" x 11" paper. It is personalized, signed, and dated 1971 in the lower margin. This one is sunstruck from a previous frame job. Overall these are in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Ron Lim Spider-Man: The Venom Factor Novel Illustration Original Art (Putnam, 1994). This original novel, -
Ron Lim Spider-Man: The Venom Factor Novel Illustration Original Art (Putnam, 1994). This original novel, written by Diane Duane, contained spider-riffic illustrations by fan-favorite artist Ron Lim. Here we have Chapter 4 illustration that shows Spider-Man helping some people to safety as the Hobgoblin flies off in the background. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 4" x 9". In Excellent condition.

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Peter Gross The Books of Magic #44 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1998). Gross depicts vividly -
Peter Gross The Books of Magic #44 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1998). Gross depicts vividly the cosmic confusion of Tim Hunter, who is "destined to become the world's greatest mage." (Hunter beat Harry Potter to the draw by several years.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with white-dotting and shading-film effects. Image area, 10.5" x 15.75". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Marshall Rogers and Randy Emberlin G.I. Joe #86 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). This issue of G. I. -
Marshall Rogers and Randy Emberlin G.I. Joe #86 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). This issue of G. I. Joe, A Real American Hero lived up to its name in more ways than one... it guest-starred the original G. I. Joe in a story called "...Not Fade Away!" This page features Muskrat, Shockwave, and Stalker. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top edge is irregularly trimmed. Signed by Rogers in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Alan Davis and Paul Neary Excalibur #2 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1988). Excalibur, an -
Alan Davis and Paul Neary Excalibur #2 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1988). Excalibur, an elaboration upon the X-Men mythology, opens its second issue with a suspenseful panel page in lieu of the customary full-page splash. The issue is especially noteworthy for its introduction of key character Colin (or Kylun) McCay and a second appearance of Widget. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Mike Hoffman John Carter of Mars Illustration Original Art (2012). Hoffman's Frazetta-inspired illustrative -
Mike Hoffman John Carter of Mars Illustration Original Art (2012). Hoffman's Frazetta-inspired illustrative style (with echoes of Gray Morrow) lends itself ideally to scenes from Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter series. Pictured in this large-scale gem are a Martian warrior; Princess Deja Thoris; and John Carter his ownself. Ink and ink wash over graphite on bright white Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Rags Morales and Michael Bair JSA #26 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 2001) A gathering of the -
Rags Morales and Michael Bair JSA #26 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 2001) A gathering of the neo-Justice Society, with an abundance of witty banter among such characters as Sanderson "Sand" Hawkins, Al "Atom-Smasher" Rothstein, Courtney "Star-Spangled Kid" Whitmore, and probationary member Black Adam. A splendidly arrayed composition, with emphatic body-language and expressive faces. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Frank Miller Barney Baxter in the Air #364 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-29-42 (King Features -
Frank Miller Barney Baxter in the Air #364 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-29-42 (King Features Syndicate, 1942). Barney and Gus orchestrate cover fire for some downed airmen in this Sunday. But who is going to go pick them up? This is one of the last few Sunday strips from this series that Frank Miller drew. (His last one was dated 12-13-42.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 23.5". The first panel is blank to leave room for the logo. The last two panels have been cut from the board. The board is toned, with a rough, water stained right side, and a chip out of the bottom panel. In Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Jack Sparling Sick #46 Pages 10-13 Original Art (Prize Publications, 1966). It's a Sick gag, but don't get MAD -
Jack Sparling Sick #46 Pages 10-13 Original Art (Prize Publications, 1966). It's a Sick gag, but don't get MAD about it. That joke is essentially "What if more stand-up comics got sitcoms". Four pages of wonderful Jack Sparling caricatures featuring Sam Levenson, Bob Newhart, Jack E. Leonard, and Jackie Mason. Two of these guys would indeed get their own shows. Hey, Newhart had four! (The Bob Newhart Show, Newhart, Bob, and George & Leo). These pages are produced in ink and gray tone gouache on illustration board. All text is original stat paste-ups, with glue residue near the paste-ups and where some have slipped loosed and disappeared. The image areas are 13" x 17". In Good condition.

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Paul Ryan and Mike Perkins Ruse #11 Double Page Spread 20-21 Original Art (Crossgen, 2002). This Victorian era -
Paul Ryan and Mike Perkins Ruse #11 Double Page Spread 20-21 Original Art (Crossgen, 2002). This Victorian era adventure/mystery title had a propensity for two-page spreads. This page features the villain Malcolm Lightbourne, and the series protagonists Simon Archard and Emma Bishop. The fiery battle scene was created in ink over graphite on two conjoined sheets of CrossGen Bristol board with a combined image area of 19.5" x 15". Joined on the backside with tape. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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