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Manuel Gonzales Mickey Mouse Partial Sunday Comic Strip Single Panel Original Art dated 2-3-63 (King Features Synd...
Floyd Gottfredson Mickey Mouse Comic Strip Panel Original Art (King Features Syndicate, c. 1960s). Minnie flips her wig (literally), in this cut newspaper strip panel original. The art is in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 5" x 5". The art is matted and framed with glass for an overall size of 11.25" x 11.5". Very Good condition.

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Dan Barry Action Comics #150 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC Comics, 1950)....
Dan Barry Action Comics #150 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC Comics, 1950). DC established an ideal blending of costumed heroism, Western adventure, and crime melodrama in the Vigilante stories -- long a favorite backup feature in Action Comics. Barry delivers a beautiful combination of scenic variety (including a rafting scene along treacherous rapids), highlighted by medium close-ups of the masked protagonist. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Moderate toning and marginal punctures. Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Don Heck and Bob Smith Justice League of America #201 Story Page 20 Superman and Flash Original Art (DC, 1982)....
Don Heck and Bob Smith Justice League of America #201 Story Page 20 Superman and Flash Original Art (DC, 1982). Superman, Flash, and Hawkman are all on hand to deal with Ultraa. All three of these JLA'ers have appeared in the various "Berlanti-verse" TV shows on the CW network. This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are corner trims and it is lightly toned. In Excellent condition.

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George Wildman Atomic Mouse #36 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1960)....
George Wildman Atomic Mouse #36 Cover Original Art (Charlton, 1960). First-rate Funny Animal genre piece, from a master of the idiom. Wildman captures ideally the character-defining style of Al Fago, who as an editor-artist had moved away from the pre-Code horror-comics boom in 1953 by developing Atomic Mouse -- a smart takeoff on the likes of Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse and Fawcett Comics' Hoppy the Marvel Bunny. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white retouching. Image area, 12" x 19". The upper portion of the bird (top-right quadrant) is missing. Logotype photostat has been removed, leaving glue stains. Overall scuffing and soiling. Fair condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Gray Morrow Tarzan #3565 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art and Color Guide dated 12-12-99 (United Feature Syndicate,... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Gray Morrow Tarzan #3565 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art and Color Guide dated 12-12-99 (United Feature Syndicate, 1999). Edgar Rice Burroughs' Lord of the Apes finds himself in the jaws of a prehistoric Ichthyosaur, and headed to a watery doom. Wonderful art, as you would expect, from the talented master Gray Morrow. Created in ink, Conte crayon, and graphite over blue pencil. The image area on the Bristol board measures 15" x 10.25". Comes with the color guide overlay created on onionskin paper. Both are in Excellent condition.

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Al Dellinges All-Star Comics #34 Cover Recreation Original Art (1977)....
Al Dellinges All-Star Comics #34 Cover Recreation Original Art (1977). A recreation of Irwin Hasen's cover image for the story "The Wiles of the Wizard", as created by Al Dellinges in ink on illustration board with an image area of 13" x 18". All of the header info (logo, DC bullet, issue/date, etc) are hand-drawn and hand-lettered. Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Bob Dunn and Al Scaduto They'll Do It Every Time Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Feat... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Bob Dunn and Al Scaduto They'll Do It Every Time Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1968-70). A jarring portrait of a homewrecking mother-in-law distinguishes this selection (dated 1-11-68) from the famous survey of human foibles and eccentricities. Jimmy Hatlo has created the strip during the 1920s, and his successors, Dunn and Scaduto, appreciated the legacy so thoroughly well that they amended the title to Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time. Seldom has such humor been at once so biting and so genial. As Hatlo had done, the authors tip a figurative hat to readers who send in workable ideas. Other topics include law enforcement (1-24-68) and office telephone etiquette (3-11-70). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 12" x 9.5". Light toning and logotype-staining. Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: Madeleine Smith Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios...
Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: Madeleine Smith Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios, 1994). Price's bestselling series of true-crime trading cards peaked with an all-women set, including this big-eyed portrait of Scotland's most scandalous socialite: Smith was the accused poisoner in a sensational murder trial in 1857 -- though acquitted, she nonetheless felt compelled to leave Scotland. A consensus of history considers her guilty. Utilizing an intricate crosshatching technique learned from Underground Comix pioneer Frank Stack (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon), this portrait is significantly larger than the miniature published version. Ink and white watercolor on two-ply blue-line layout stock. Image area, 9" x 13.5". Excellent condition.

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Ken Barr Star Quest: The Regency Wars Collectible Card Game Card #43 "Regulus Predators" Painting Original Art and... (Total: 2 Items)
Ken Barr Star Quest: The Regency Wars Collectible Card Game Card #43 "Regulus Predators" Painting Original Art and Signed Card (Comic Images, 1995). The Vor' Pa Stalkers from the Blue Regency are feared for their ruthlessness on the battle field, and their horrific habit of taking "trophies" of defeated foes. Oil on illustration board, with an image area of 7" x 5.25". Signed in the lower right corner. In Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the published card signed by Ken Barr, and another unknown signature.

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Al Bigley - Orion of the New Gods Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Al Bigley - Orion of the New Gods Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s). Orion, son of Darkseid, and defender of New Genesis, as illustrated in ink by "Big" Al Bigley from an original Jack Kirby source. The bright white Bristol board measures 10" x 14". The Kirby signature is lightboxed onto the piece; however, the Bigley signature is authentic. In Excellent condition. Note: No Jack Kirby pencils on this work.

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Gaar Williams Among the Folks in History Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-15-30 (Chicago Tribune Synd...
Gaar Williams Among the Folks in History Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-15-30 (Chicago Tribune Syndicate, 1935). Williams assumes a fly-on-the-wall angle to observe the festive absurdity of a for-men-only clubroom. Any cartoon that can muster nostalgia and ridicule simultaneously and in equal measure is okay in our book. The facial expressions are varied and memorable, especially the guy (upper right) who obviously is in attendance without his wife's permission. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 13". Moderate toning. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Harvey Artist Blondie #45 Complete 5-Page Story "Sunburn Beach" Original Art (Harvey, 1952).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Blondie #45 Complete 5-Page Story "Sunburn Beach" Original Art (Harvey, 1952). Dagwood is a Beach Bumstead, along with the rest of the family... Blondie, Alexander, and Cookie! But a day at the beach turns into a whale of a tale, as rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.5". The logo is a modern-day printed replacement affixed to the page. The story title is the original paste-up, now toned. There is a missing stripped-in text correction on Page 1. In Very Good condition.

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Michael H. Price Adolph Hofner Original Art (the Institute of Texan Cultures, 1993)....
Michael H. Price Adolph Hofner Original Art (the Institute of Texan Cultures, 1993). Price's portrait of Hofner stems from an extensive research project involving the Texas-bred musicians who invented Western Swing, a fusion of jazz with traditional country music, during the Depression and World War II years. Hofner (1916-2000) was a bandleader of Czech ancestry, based at San Antonio and sponsored by Pearl Beer -- responsible for such hit recordings as "Cotton-Eyed Joe" and "Alamo Rag." The portrait juxtaposes pointillism (stipple) with an intricate crosshatching technique learned from Underground Comix pioneer Frank Stack (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon). Ink and white watercolor over blue pencil on two-ply blue-line layout stock. Image area, 9" x 13". Excellent condition.

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Jim Aparo Batman Unpublished Inventory Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, c. 1990s)....
Jim Aparo Batman Unpublished Inventory Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, c. 1990s). Batman is as adept as disabling sailors as he is at disabling alarms and ships, on this action-oriented page crafted in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". An unpublished inventory story from the 1990s, penciled by Jim Aparo, inker unknown. In Excellent condition.

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Wallace Goldsmith For Centuries To Come Editorial Comic Strip Original Art (Boston Post, 1945)....
Wallace Goldsmith For Centuries To Come Editorial Comic Strip Original Art (Boston Post, 1945). A late-in-life effort from a veteran humorist and editorial-opinion agitator, this inflammatory World War II piece crystallized a prevalent attitude that would lead by August 1945 to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. One of the most grim of wartime opinion-pieces, complicated further by the spectacle of Uncle Sam's appearance in drag. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Trevor von Eeden Contest of Champions #4 Variant Cover Preliminary Original Art (Marvel Comics, 2016)....
Trevor von Eeden Contest of Champions #4 Variant Cover Preliminary Original Art (Marvel Comics, 2016). An ultimate Marvel Monster, the dragon-creature known as Fin Fan Foom, fends off an attack from such superheroes as Black Panther, Union Jack, the Falcon, and Torpedo. Amazing consistency between this conceptual piece and von Eeden's finished art as published. The dragon's face shows considerably more detail in the pencilled image. Signed at top-center. Graphite on rag-bond. Image area, 8.5" x 11". Excellent condition.

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Benjamin "Stookie" Allen Mad Genius Comics Page Original Art (New York Daily Mirror, c. 1940s)....
Benjamin "Stookie" Allen Mad Genius Comics Page Original Art (New York Daily Mirror, c. 1940s). A beautifully drawn, sensationally exaggerated capsule biography of Vincent Van Gogh. Allen, versatile and prolific, designed this one in the manner of Robert Ripley's Believe It or Not! -- consistent with other such Allen series as Men of Daring and Illustrated Crimes. The husband of trailblazing cartoonist Gladys Parker (Mopsy), Allen also worked extensively in the pulp-fiction market and appeared in many comic-book titles from DC and Dell. This piece is personally inscribed. Ink over graphite on pebble-grain coquille board. Image area, 7.5" x 13.5". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Dino Kotopoulis Herself the Elf and Her Friends [Book and Record Set] Cover Preliminary Painting Original Art (Pet...
Dino Kotopoulis Herself the Elf and Her Friends [Book and Record Set] Cover Preliminary Painting Original Art (Peter Pan/American Greetings, c. 1980s). This unused first-attempt at the cover painting is almost identical to the final image, and it has a great castle in the background. It was designed for a "Book and Record" LP from Peter Pan Records that featured the stories "The Surprise Party" and "The Sing Out of Spring". Beautifully created in color pencil and watercolor on 15" x 20" illustration board. In Excellent condition.

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Peter Pan Records Artist Popeye LP #1113 Back Cover Original Art and Popeye BR-523 Front Cover Stat Gr... (Total: 2 Items)
Peter Pan Records Artist Popeye LP #1113 Back Cover Original Art and Popeye BR-523 Front Cover Stat Group of 2 (Peter Pan Records, c. 1978). The back cover artist seems to be Klenkel (who signed the art on the stat of the front cover for the other album). This back cover original art (featuring Popeye lifting a very surprised horse) and the side-bar art was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 12.75". All text is stat paste-ups, with some missing (leaving glue residue in those spots). The stat of the front cover for the other album features Olive Oyl for the story "In the Movies" and refers to her as the "Dream Queen of the Silver Screen". Popeye might be putting too much spinach in that pipe of his. The entire front cover is a composition of various stats on paper with an image area of 12.5" x 12.5". The page has an irregularly torn top edge. Overall these are in Very Good condition.

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Harvey Artist Sad Sack #185 Complete 5-Page Story "The Patient Patient" Original Art (Harvey, 1967).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Sad Sack #185 Complete 5-Page Story "The Patient Patient" Original Art (Harvey, 1967). The Sack and the Slob take a day off... in the Hospital! Hi-jinx ensue. The pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 16". The paper logo is discolored from the paste-up glue. Otherwise in Excellent health... er, we mean in Excellent condition.

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Neal Adams Studios and John Buscema (attributed) Star Trek: The Time Stealer [Book and Record Set] #BR513 Story Pa...
Neal Adams Studios and John Buscema (attributed) Star Trek: The Time Stealer [Book and Record Set] #BR513 Story Page 9 Original Art (Power Records, 1976). The very last page of this "space oddity" that put a very Conan the Barbarian looking "Konrac" on the Bridge of the USS Enterprise. This very page also tied him into the mystery of lost Atlantis on Earth. The Neal Adams Studio invited John Buscema (long-time Conan artist) to specifically draw the barbarian in this story. Buscema provided him with a beard, which the Neal Adams team seems to have removed with whiteout and art correction inks. The page is in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 13". Panel 1 and Panels 8-10 are stripped-in original art corrections on Bristol board taped into place from the reverse side. There is a bit of white paint used in the star field of Panel 7. Light toning, more so along the taped seams. In Very Good condition.

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Franklin Collier Races Is like Aces... Comic Strip Original Art (The Boston Herald, c. 1920s)....
Franklin Collier Races Is like Aces... Comic Strip Original Art (The Boston Herald, c. 1920s). Collier takes a Boston tradition, the Taxi Drivers' Race, and goes off on some peculiar tangents in this delightful installment of his chronic-to-acute series of bizarre social commentaries. How about a race between fishmongers' trucks? A trolley race on a single track? A fruit-cart race? You get the idea. As Collier's signature character, the diminutive Otto Grow, says: "Races is like aces! Y' never can seem to git enuff uv 'em." Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 14". Light toning and one inch-long tear at lower right quadrant. Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Everett Raymond Kinstler Exciting Love Magazine Vol. 1 Illustration Original Art (Thrilling Publications, 1958). ...
Everett Raymond Kinstler Exciting Love Magazine Vol. 1 Illustration Original Art (Thrilling Publications, 1958). Kinstler's fine-artist credentials cross over gracefully with his equally solid career in pulp magazines and the comic-book trade. The master of emotive realism gave full measure of artistry to either field. Notes (on reverse) in Kinstler's hand indicate that this lovely pen-and-ink piece graced a story called "Our Second Romance." Signed twice -- on the art itself, and on reverse. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white retouching. Image area, 11" x 14". Light toning and marginal adhesive staining. Excellent condition.

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Don Marquez - Fay Wray from King Kong Painting Original Art (2008)....
Don Marquez - Fay Wray from King Kong Painting Original Art (2008). A lovely depiction of the fair damsel in distress, from this heartbreaking tale of unrequited love. Created in oil on 16" x 20" canvas covered board. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. In Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Jon D'Agostino Archie's TV Laugh-Out #12 Complete Story "Quit Stalling" Archie and Sabrina Origi... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Stan Goldberg and Jon D'Agostino Archie's TV Laugh-Out #12 Complete Story "Quit Stalling" Archie and Sabrina Original Art (Archie Comics, 1972). Sabrina the Teenage Witch turns teenage motor mechanic to help her friend Archie Andrews. It's a case of mechanical magic mishaps in 10 pages created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is a small bit of production tape residue on the margins of some pages. In Excellent condition.

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Irv Novick and Dick Giordano Batman #217 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1969)....
Irv Novick and Dick Giordano Batman #217 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1969). Great shot of the TV Batmobile! A key issue in the development of the Batman mythos and history, as this was the issue where Dick Grayson left to go to college. It was not only the break-up of the Dynamic Duo, but this page also shows that Bruce Wayne left Wayne Manor (and the Batcave) to move to Wayne Tower to run the Wayne Foundation. Later, a Batcave would be added to the basement of Wayne Tower, but this issue (and this page) marked big changes for Bats. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Light toning, in Excellent condition.

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Walt Scott - Gnome Painting Original Art (1925)....
Walt Scott - Gnome Painting Original Art (1925). This fairy tale inspired piece was created in 1925, it seems to be the spiritual ancestor to Scott's later newspaper strip The Doonks (1933-36), and his later The Little People (1952-70). The creatures' hands were made more human, and their feet more cartoon-like, but the big ears remained an element in all three incarnations. This work is gouache on 13.75" x 19.5" illustration board. In Very Good condition.

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Heinrich Kley - German Workman Illustration Original Art (c. 1930-40s)....
Heinrich Kley - German Workman Illustration Original Art (c. 1930-40s). So much character and personality in this simple little drawing of an ordinary German workman dressed in trousers, shirt, and vest. Created in ink with two distinctly different line weights to give the small drawing depth and richness. Labeled "Germania werk" in graphite at the bottom of the 3.25" x 5" Bristol board. The reverse side has a rough layout of a house in graphite, and is ink stamped as from the Estate of Keinrich Kley. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Ernie Bushmiller Nancy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-27-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969)....
Ernie Bushmiller Nancy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-27-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Nancy should "leaf" well enough alone, in this wacky daily from a far more innocent time. The daily measures 19" x 5.25". Other than a fold between panels two and three, the ink and Zipatone on Bristol board art is in Excellent condition.

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Michael Johnson Party Scene Original Art (1969)....
Michael Johnson Party Scene Original Art (1969). The acclaimed UK illustrator delivers a suspenseful, large-scale scene depicting a mysterious romantic interlude at a party. The publishing pedigree is undocumented; the period represented here marks a time when Johnson was working with such periodicals as England's version of The Reader's Digest -- prefacing his entry during the 1970s into the US market via Redbook, Sports Illustrated, and Cosmopolitan. Layered acrylics on illustration board. Image area, 17" x 17". Excellent condition.

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Marie Severin Midnight Sons Unlimited #6 Story Pages 13-15 Original Art Group of 3 (Marvel Comics, 1994)....
Marie Severin Midnight Sons Unlimited #6 Story Pages 13-15 Original Art Group of 3 (Marvel Comics, 1994). Severin, a mainstay at EC Comics during the 1950s, became comparably important to the Marvel shop during the 1960s-70s. Still a driving force in the 1990s, here she turns in a fine sequence pitting Dr. Strange against a toothy menace wearing a fright-wig. Her marginal note lends a touch of spontaneous humor: "I still think it's comical that [the villain's] wig blows off..." Ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.5". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Hiroshi Kaizuka Weekly Shonen Jump Complete 2-Page Story Original Art (Shueisha, c. 1980-90s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Hiroshi Kaizuka Weekly Shonen Jump Complete 2-Page Story Original Art (Shueisha, c. 1980-90s). Animé and Manga go hand-in-hand the same way animation and comic books do. Shonen Jump has introduced many series that spun out into their own animé. Unfortunately, we are unable to read Kanji to tell exactly which feature this two-pager is from. Created in ink and Zipatone on Bristol board with an image area of 6" x 7.75". The word balloon text is stat paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Kelly Freas Self-Portrait Preliminary Original Art Artwork (c. 1960s)....
Kelly Freas Self-Portrait Preliminary Original Art Artwork (c. 1960s). Freas, a leading light in science-fiction and comedy illustration, captures in himself a bemused sense of humor consistent with his many efforts for MAD Magazine and the SF pulps. The large-scale conceptual piece shows a combination of finished-art elements (the face) and rough-sketch figure placement (the folded hands). Acrylics with drybrush effects and vertical pastel strokes on textured earth-tone matte board. Image area, 15" x 20". Barked and crinkled corners. Excellent condition.

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Gaar Williams Wotta Life! Wotta Life! Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Undated (Chicago Tribune-NY News...
Gaar Williams Wotta Life! Wotta Life! Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Undated (Chicago Tribune-NY News Syndicate, c. 1920s). Williams was doing generation-gap cartoons long before any such term had been coined. In this splendidly nerve-wracking gag, a father finds that the marbles-playing skills of his boyhood do not impress a new generation of smart-alecks. Caption: "An exhibition shot by a former champion..." The reflective effect on the father's glasses is a small masterpiece of delicate brushwork. The autograph on this one is special: "To my friend Carl Ed." Ed was the creator of Harold Teen, the comic strip that anticipated Archie by many years. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 15". Pronounced age-toning and attendant brittleness, with barked corners and one three-inch tear/crack at upper left. Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Colin Andrew (attributed) Rocky Mountain King Western Comic (nn): "Five Guns North" Complete 7-Page Story Original... (Total: 7 Original Art)
Colin Andrew (attributed) Rocky Mountain King Western Comic (nn): "Five Guns North" Complete 7-Page Story Original Art (L. Miller & Son, c. 1950s-60s). The British fascination with America's Western frontier has yielded some fine comics. One such is Rocky Mountain King, which ran during 1955-59. Andrew (also known for his work on the Dr. Who magazine), imagined a credible Old West, with a knack for horsemanship and virile struggles. The present story (issue undocumented) pits the title hero against a mob of convicts bent on mayhem, against a Civil War backdrop. Interesting to note how comic-book visual grammar in the U.K. differs from the American style -- smaller page dimensions, proportionately larger lettering, broader gutters between panels. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 13.25". Light toning and adhesive staining on logo. Excellent condition.

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Hector Alfonso - Men's Magazine Single Panel Gag Illustration Original Art (Servi Press, undated)....
Hector Alfonso - Men's Magazine Single Panel Gag Illustration Original Art (Servi Press, undated). Published in an Argentina-based magazine, this panel gag has a punchline of: "Didn't I tell you, Dear, that with your high blood pressure you oughtn't to come to the seaside?" She's right, because the curves on this beach are killer. Created in ink over graphite on 7.5" x 10" art paper. Signed in the image area. The text is typed paste-up. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Noah Salonga Grimm Fairy Tales Halloween Special #8 Cover Original Art (Zenescope Entertainment, 2016)....
Noah Salonga Grimm Fairy Tales Halloween Special #8 Cover Original Art (Zenescope Entertainment, 2016). This winsome one-eyed witch is just carving up her pumpkin... with an arrow head. The bewitching beauty was crafted in graphite over blue pencil on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. Signed in the image area. There is an acetate overlay that has paste-up copies of the cover text and logo. The art is in Excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the comic book.

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Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Strips Original Art Group of 10 (undated).... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Strips Original Art Group of 10 (undated). These 10 gag panels by the prolific mind of Fred Thomas, creator of the sports-themed strip Long Shots, were are all produced in ink on 8.5" x 11" paper. There are some very funny ones here! Most are portrait format, a few are landscape, and they are all in Excellent condition.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Miniature Sketch and Inscription Original Art (1977)....
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Miniature Sketch and Inscription Original Art (1977). Two profiles of Gould's famous crimebuster grace this small note: The larger Tracy is pre-printed on the artist's personal notepad stationery, and the smaller Tracy is an authentic Gould sketch. The occasion is a wedding anniversary, for which Gould offers congratulations. Ink on rag-bond stock. Image area, 9" x 3". Excellent condition.

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Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Partial Hand-Colored Sunday Comic Strip Original Art 1-1-24? (NY Tribune, 1924)....
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Partial Hand-Colored Sunday Comic Strip Original Art 1-1-24? (NY Tribune, 1924). The top half of a hand-colored Sunday that features Jimmy Dugan being a big spender. watercolor and ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.5" x 10". We believe this to be from January 1, 1924, from the original art title logo (wishing a "Happy New Year"), and from a date written on the back in pencil. Light toning, some edge/corner wear. Overall in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Phil Jimenez Wonder Woman Secret Files #3 Double-Page Spread 24-25 Illustration Hippolyta Original Art (DC, 2002)...
Phil Jimenez Wonder Woman Secret Files #3 Double-Page Spread 24-25 Illustration Hippolyta Original Art (DC, 2002). Queen of the Amazons of Themyscira, and mother to Wonder Woman, Hippolyta is herself a character of Myth. This two-page spread updates her history in the DC Universe and includes scenes of her acting as Wonder Woman during World War II. Also on the page is Fury, a character originally created as the daughter of the Earth-2 Wonder Woman, her history was erased as a result of Crisis on Infinite Earths. The larger two figures of Hippolyta (as Queen and as Wonder Woman) are stat paste-ups. All of the rest of the art on the pages is original art created in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined bright white DC Bristol board with a combined image area of 20" x 15.25". The pages are joined by tape on the reverse. In Excellent condition.

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Sam Glanzman G.I. Combat #286 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1986)....
Sam Glanzman G.I. Combat #286 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1986). A venerable warfare title nears the end of its long run (since 1957) with this first-rate undersea sequence featuring a fighting team known as the Mercenaries. Glanzman once said he drew this yarn in emulation of his pal Russ Heath's Sea Devils stories of a generation before -- a fitting connection, in that both Sea Devils and G.I. Combat were projects of writer-editor Robert Kanigher. Signed by Glanzman at lower margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1986).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1986). "Interplanetary Gothic," is the term applied to Flash Gordon by comics historians George E. Turner and Michael H. Price -- describing Alex Raymond's original series of the Depression years, but just as relevant to Barry's modernized version of times more recent. Here are the three consecutive Flash Gordon Sunday strips, dated 6-1, 6-8, and 6-15-86, full of menacing suspense, done in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The image area measures 15.25" x 7". In Excellent condition, with staples in the top left corners.

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Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-5-64 (Field Syndicate, 1964)....
Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-5-64 (Field Syndicate, 1964). This ink over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image area of 21.75" x 6.75". There are some white-out touch-ups in each of the panels, and there is a pasted-on art correction in the last panel. Overall toning; otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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06/05/2018
H.T. Webster, Bill Dyer, Ferd Johnson, and Others Moon Mullins and Other Personalized Comic-Strip/Caricature Piece... (Total: 11 Original Art)
H.T. Webster, Bill Dyer, Ferd Johnson, and Others Moon Mullins and Other Personalized Comic-Strip/Caricature Pieces Group of 11 (c. 1920s-90s). Wow -- what a batch! And where to begin? Perhaps the most intriguing items of this varied lot are Webster's personalized homage to a fisherman friend (1920s); and Johnson's greeting (1959) from his signature feature, Moon Mullins, to comics historian Stephen Becker. Or maybe it's U.S. Navy cartoonist Bill Dyer's group caricature of his colleagues at the Naval Supply Depot at Norfolk, VA (1950s), with Cmdr. W.E. Kress appearing at upper left. Classic-comics fans also will dig Frank Fogarty's 1932 greeting to a friend, Joseph Shutter. Other cartoonists represented are David Seavey, J.S. Chapman, Hy Mayer, and Ray Billingsley. Deep connections throughout to cartoonist and archivist Art Wood. Ink over graphite and additional media on varied page-stock, with a range of image areas from 4" x 6" to 19.5" x 14.5. Conditions range from Very Good to Excellent. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Roy Doty, Ken Muse, and Dick Cavalli Laugh-In and Other Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 3 (1965-69).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Roy Doty, Ken Muse, and Dick Cavalli Laugh-In and Other Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 3 (1965-69). Doty's tie-in with Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, a popular TV revue, generated a funny series of puns and sight gags, even though he felt frustrated by the producers' insistence that he must not portray the comedians who starred on the show. The example in this batch (dated 3-6-68) contains three witty gags. Also included are an installment of Muse's Wayout (9-4-65; inscribed to fellow cartoonist Morris Weiss) and a kid-stuff gag from Cavalli's Winthrop (8-3-67). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas range from 14.5" x 4.5" to 17" x 6". The Laugh-In strip is missing a small photostatic paste-up. Very Good to Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Doug Braithwaite and Bill Reinhold Paradise-X #8 Pages 2 and 3 Original Art (Marvel, 2003).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Doug Braithwaite and Bill Reinhold Paradise-X #8 Pages 2 and 3 Original Art (Marvel, 2003). The turbulent career of Hank Pym is featured on this semi-splash two-page spread. His Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, and Yellowjacket personas are all featured. Ink over graphite on two separate sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 20.5" x 15.5". In Excellent condition, signed by Braithwaite in the lower right margin of page 3.

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Marty Links, Paul Loring, and others - Panel Gags and Editorial Cartoons Original Art and Signed Copy Group of 7 (various).... (Total: 7 Items)
Marty Links, Paul Loring, and others - Panel Gags and Editorial Cartoons Original Art and Signed Copy Group of 7 (various). An Emmy Lou by Marty Links dated 12-15-72 is included (image area 7" x 8.5", mounted on backing board). There is a personal sketch board by Paul Loring featuring three different images in ink over graphite on 14" x 10.5" Bristol board. Bill McClanahan turned in a lovely cartoon of the Leaning Tower of Pisa created in ink and Conte crayon over blue pencil on 14" x 11" coquille board. This was published in the Dallas Morning News in December of 1964. There is a large (12.5" x 8" image area) cartoon by Kirk Walters that has been laminated. It was created in ink over graphite on Duotone board, and has whiteout over a personalization name. In Very Good condition. Next is another large piece (13.5" x 9.5" image area), this time by Margulies. Ink on bright white Bristol board, dated 2011. Last of the original art is a Buckets comic strip signed by Scott Stantis that is dated 8-13-1991. In addition, Tim Menees signed a photocopy of one of his cartoons. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Rusty Haller and Marie Severin ALF #46 Story Pages 3 and 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1991).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Rusty Haller and Marie Severin ALF #46 Story Pages 3 and 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). ALF relates a tale of the Griddle League of Bouillabaseball of his homeworld of Melmac on these pages from "Feel Dove Dreams". Ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image areas of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Historical Souvenir Company Epic Battles of the Civil War #2 Color Production Art Original Art and Issue #4 Color Guid... (Total: 88 Items)
Historical Souvenir Company Epic Battles of the Civil War #2 Color Production Art Original Art and Issue #4 Color Guides Group Lot (Historical Souvenir Co, 1998). Marie Severin, celebrated color artist for EC Comics in the 1950s, provided the hand-painted watercolor work for these 48 pages from issue #2. The line art was produced by Gray Morrow and then printed in black on acetate overlay on top of Severin's watercolors. These are on Bristol board with an image area of 7"x 10.5". For issue #4, there are 40 pages of color guides by Marie Severin created on 8.5" x 11" photocopies of the line art by George Woodbridge. These color guides have color call-out notations penciled in, and were only used as a guide for the printer, not to be printed directly from. The original art color pages are in Excellent condition, the color guides are in Very Good condition.

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06/05/2018
James Montgomery Flagg - Self Caricature Painting Original Art (c. 1950s)....
James Montgomery Flagg - Self Caricature Painting Original Art (c. 1950s). The caption says it all... "I meet my reputation! Tsk! Tsk!" A very funny piece in watercolor and ink on paper with a matted image area of 8" x 10.5". Glass front framed and matted to 13" x 16". It has been previously folded and is in Very Good condition.

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06/05/2018
Leinil Francis Yu - Batman Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s)....
Leinil Francis Yu - Batman Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s). Yu is a Filipino artist who began working for DC through Wildstorm Productions. He describes his art style as "dynamic pseudo-realism", and we absolutely agree! An intense piece in grey tone gouache over graphite on 12" x 16" Bristol board. Signed on the left side in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Virgil Finlay Galaxy Magazine Vol 23 #3 Page 40 Spot Illustration Original Art (Galaxy Publishing, 1965)....
Virgil Finlay Galaxy Magazine Vol 23 #3 Page 40 Spot Illustration Original Art (Galaxy Publishing, 1965). Part of Cordwainer Smith's "Quest of the Three Worlds" stories, the short story "On The Storm Planet" appeared in this issue of the famed sci-fi magazine. A lovely image of a lonely girl... and her turtle. The art was created with Finlay's typical hyper-detail and intense hatching that gives his art such depth and warmth. Ink on Bristol board with an image area of 6.5" x 9.25". Signed in the lower right of the image area. The toned page is in Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Al McWilliams - Seaplane Torpedo Bomber Illustration Original Art (c. 1930-40s)....
Al McWilliams - Seaplane Torpedo Bomber Illustration Original Art (c. 1930-40s). Al McWilliams is well-known for his 1950-60s comic strip work on Twin Earths, Davy Jones, and Dateline: Danger! His early professional work was for Flying Aces pulp magazine, and for comic book features "Captain Frank Hawks - Air Ace", "Speed Bolton: Air Ace", "Stratosphere Jim and his Flying Fortress", "Spitfire", and "Pacific Patrol". So he had many opportunities to draw a twin-float prop plane such as this. Created in ink on illustration board with an image area of 9" x 9". Signed in the image area. Lightly toned and in Very Good condition.

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Lone Ranger Children's Costume Catalog Advertisement Illustration Original Art Group of 6 (c. 1939-1941).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Lone Ranger Children's Costume Catalog Advertisement Illustration Original Art Group of 6 (c. 1939-1941). Six illustrations of little boys sporting their finest Lone Ranger wear. These were created in ink and Zipatone for use in various catalogs and advertisements. In fact, included are a Sears-Roebuck's catalog, tearsheet from Chicago Mail Order Company, and a copy of Good Stories, all featuring ads with very similar artwork. These pieces (which do not appear in the tearsheets or printed ads included) range in sizes from 6" x 7.5" to 4.5" x 6". All are in Excellent condition.

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Dan Spiegle Unknown Soldier #263 "Balloon Buster" Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1982)....
Dan Spiegle Unknown Soldier #263 "Balloon Buster" Story Page 5 Original Art (DC Comics, 1982). Spiegle composes a dizzying aerial-warfare sequence, featuring Texas-bred cowboy Steve Savage, a.k.a. the Balloon Buster, as a World War I flying ace. All this, and an Existential quandary, too (lower left panel). Signed at lower right. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Bob Powell Green Hornet #15: "Spirit of '76" Story Page 8 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1943)....
Bob Powell Green Hornet #15: "Spirit of '76" Story Page 8 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1943). The Spirit of '76, a costumed hero of patriotic leanings, survives the explosion of a damsite in Nazi-occupied territory. Powell's style is maturing rapidly, here -- a decade before the great cartoonist would find his truer level as a leading horror/SF illustrator. Though unrelated to Will Eisner's Spirit franchise, this character is patently a takeoff on Eisner, with a similar mask but Revolutionary Era clothing in place of a suit-and-tie wardrobe. (Eisner also employed Powell.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white retouching. Image area, 13" x 18". Light pencil marks (lettering guidelines) remain visible -- a reminder of Powell's painstaking approach, inasmuch as he handled the lettering, too. Light-to-moderate toning. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Dick Ayers and Frank Giacoia Sgt. Fury #23 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1965)....
Dick Ayers and Frank Giacoia Sgt. Fury #23 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1965). Excellent war-action sequence, complete with emphatic sound-effect panel, from a prime period for Marvel's riposte to DC Comics' Sgt. Rock series. The page is redolent of Jack Kirby's lasting influence, owing to penciller and co-author Ayers' long preceding hitch as Kirby's principal inker. Giacoia lends emphatic, lithe inking. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.5" x 18.5". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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06/05/2018
Frederick Opper Happy Hooligan Partial Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-8-14 (Star Company, 1914)....
Frederick Opper Happy Hooligan Partial Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-8-14 (Star Company, 1914). The header panel from this Sunday strip shows that Happy is in the Soup! The strips title is "Gloom! Despair! Ah, Ha! The Sun Shines Again! Joy! Triumph! Eats!" Created in ink over graphite on thick Bristol board with an image area of 20.5" x 3.25". The header was hand-colored in watercolor after the fact. There are pinholes in the margins and the bottom edge of the image area. In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Dorothy Bond Glamorina Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-22-54 (Dille Co., 1954)....
Dorothy Bond Glamorina Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-22-54 (Dille Co., 1954). Glamorina was Bond's riposte to fellow cartoonist Gladys Parker's famous Mopsy -- both present a rare woman's point-of-view in the mainstream newspaper-comics arena. Bond, like Parker, also copped a cynical attitude toward courtship, as typified by this suspenseful gag involving a busted curfew and a menacing watchdog named Ambush. Inscribed at lower right. Ink over graphite with Zipatone shading on Bristol board. Image area, 7" x 10.25", framed to 9.75" x 13". Light toning and one small marginal stain. Excellent condition.

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Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-7-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952)....
Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-7-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952). Warren Tufts' beautifully rendered scenes are always a feast for the eyes, and this one takes place aboard the Steamboat Apache, on a foggy and treacherous day! This epic Sunday has an image area of 21.5" x 14.5", and was crafted in ink over graphite on three pieces of Bristol board, joined on the back by tape, which has discolored. The strip is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Chicago Tribune, c. 1930)....
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art (Chicago Tribune, c. 1930). Created in 1923, Moon Mullins ran in papers until 1991. Frank Willard, creator of the strip worked on it until his death in 1958, however his assistant Ferd Johnson continued the strip until he retired with it in 1991. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 18.5" x 23". Each frame was drawn on a separate sheet, cut and pasted onto a larger board, and the edges filled in to fit the frame. There is a bit of staining around the paste-ups and glue staining on the right side. The title tier is missing.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins and Kitty Higgins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-22-31 (Chicago Tribune, 1931)...
Frank Willard Moon Mullins and Kitty Higgins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-22-31 (Chicago Tribune, 1931). Moon's "little brother" Kayo and Emmy are the stars of this Sunday strip. Originally a gag strip about a boxer, with the addition of the orphan Kayo, and with Moon moving into Mrs. Schmaltz's Boarding House, the strip took on a domestic comedy feel that lasted for many decades. This week's Sunday also has the Kitty Higgins filler at the bottom. The art is ink over graphite on two pieces of Bristol board with a combined image area of 16.5" x 22". The page is toned with pinholes in the margins. There are also some production oil stains with corner and handling wear. Overall, the art is in Very Good condition.

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06/05/2018
Frank Miller Barney Baxter In the Air Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group dated 5-14, 5-15, and 5-16-42 (King Fea...
Frank Miller Barney Baxter In the Air Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group dated 5-14, 5-15, and 5-16-42 (King Features Syndicate, 1942). Frank Miller's hallmarked, crisp cross-hatching shines in these three consecutive, suspense-filled episodes (drawn in ink over graphite on one sheet of Bristol board). Each daily has an image area of 20" x 5", and the art is in Very Good condition, with overall toning, light staining, and marginal notes in blue pencil. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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06/05/2018
Robert L. Dickey Bucky and His Pals Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-24-35 (United Feature Syndicate, 1935)....
Robert L. Dickey Bucky and His Pals Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-24-35 (United Feature Syndicate, 1935). Robert Dickey was famous for his illustrations and cartoons of dogs, originally titled Buddie And His Friends, Dickey's Dogs and Just Dogs. In May 1931 Dickey's dogs graduated to the Sunday section with a strip titled Mister And Mrs. Beans. In 1933 the strip became a half-page, was retitled Buster Beans, and it gained a companion, or topper strip, called Bucky And His Pals. Here is one of the ink over graphite on Bristol board examples, with an image area of 19" x 12.5". In Excellent condition, with just light overall toning.

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Ken Bald Dr. Kildare Sunday Comic Strip Original Art, dated 8-20-67 (King Features Syndicate, 1967)....
Ken Bald Dr. Kildare Sunday Comic Strip Original Art, dated 8-20-67 (King Features Syndicate, 1967). The photorealistic cartooning style of Ken Bald was perfect for this feature based on the TV series. This episode has an image area of 21" x 15", a glue-stained title logo stat, whiteout corrections, and toning, most noticeable on the edges. In Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-29-31 (Chicago Tribune, 1931)....
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-29-31 (Chicago Tribune, 1931). Moon knows how to deal with intruders, even if he knows them! This week's Sunday also has the Kitty Higgins filler at the bottom. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16.5" x 22". The board is lightly toned, with pinholes in the margins. The logo and date are paste-ups. Overall the image area is in Very Good condition.

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E. R. Cruz G.I. Combat #207 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1978). ...
E. R. Cruz G.I. Combat #207 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1978). An imperiled OSS team turns the tables on its Nazi tormentors in this splendid sequence from "Mission of No Return." Expertly illustrated by Cruz, in his characteristic woodcut-like brush-and-ink style. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight production tape residue in the top and bottom margins, with some painted white art corrections. Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
George McManus Bringing Up Father Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-30-52 (King Features Syndicate, 1952)....
George McManus Bringing Up Father Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-30-52 (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 while leading character Jiggs (off-camera) narrates in a sarcastic "voice". Beautifully illustrated in a fine, old-fashioned pen line. 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. Ink and Zipatone shading film over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 18" x 5". Adhesive staining in the shaded areas. Light toning. In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Stanley Link Tiny Tim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-19-36 (Tribune/N.Y. News Syndicate, 1936)....
Stanley Link Tiny Tim Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-19-36 (Tribune/N.Y. News Syndicate, 1936). Tim and his robot pal destroy cruel King Zorex's factories and foundries in this whimsical Sunday from the classic series. Ink on Bristol board, the image area measures 19" x 12.75" and the art is in Very Good condition, with edge toning and handling wear.

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06/05/2018
Elmer Woggon Big Chief Wahoo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-7-37 (Publisher's Syndicate, 1937)....
Elmer Woggon Big Chief Wahoo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-7-37 (Publisher's Syndicate, 1937). If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, just imagine what a watermelon would do! This ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image area of 20" x 5.25". The paper shows some light toning, the Zipatone is missing from Panel 2, and the remaining Zipatone has discolored. In Very Good condition. Lightly signed and inscribed by Woggon below and just into the last panel. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Mike Roy Nero Wolfe Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-16-57 (Columbia Features, 1957)....
Mike Roy Nero Wolfe Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-16-57 (Columbia Features, 1957). The gourmet sleuth and his caretaker/chef Fritz are concerned about the whereabouts of Archie Goodwin in this three panel daily. The art is in ink and graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 21" x 6.5". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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06/05/2018
Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-8-37 (Lafave Newspaper Syndicate, 1937). ...
Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-8-37 (Lafave Newspaper Syndicate, 1937). Napoleon is an art lover, and apparently he has a taste for watercolors! This great two-panel daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.25" x 4.75". With only a bit of light edge toning, it is otherwise in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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06/05/2018
Mark Bagley and John Dell Venom #158 Story Page 3 and Overlay Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel Comics, ...
Mark Bagley and John Dell Venom #158 Story Page 3 and Overlay Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel Comics, 2018) A stirring solo page for Kraven the Hunter as he braces for a final battle with Venom. Signed by Dell at lower edge. The accompanying page is an overlay for the larger main page, depicting a weblike burst from Kraven's weapon. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Andrea Di Vito, Rob Hunter, and Others The First Story Pages from Three Issues (CrossGen, 2001 et Seq.... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Andrea Di Vito, Rob Hunter, and Others The First Story Pages from Three Issues (CrossGen, 2001 et Seq.) A fine and varied selection of styles, representing a span of issues of the celebrated science-fiction series. Di Vito and Hunter are responsible for pages 4 and 22 of "The Choice" (issue #12). Greg Tocchini's strong radial composition distinguishes page 19 of issue #27. And Ron Wagner and Armando Durruthy provide a cosmic perspective anchored by extreme close-ups for page 16 of issue #32. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Dave Cockrum and Marie Severin Soulsearchers and Company #43 Partial Story Group of 4 Original Art (Claypool Comic... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Dave Cockrum and Marie Severin Soulsearchers and Company #43 Partial Story Group of 4 Original Art (Claypool Comics, 2000) A humorous interlude in the long-running weird-adventure series, expertly rendered by two long-term mainstay talents of the comics industry. The sequence (pages 3, 5, 6, and 9) has to do with a man's awkward transformation to a rodent. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with painted white highlights. Image area, 10" x 15". Light edge-toning and slightly barked corners. Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Trevor Goring - Batman Illustration Original Art (2017)....
Trevor Goring - Batman Illustration Original Art (2017). Celebrated and prolific cinematic storyboard artist Trevor Goring shows he can turn out a right fine looking Batman in his piece created in ink and red pencil on vellum with an image area of 9" x 13". Goring has worked on such films as Watchmen, X-Men 2, Thor: Dark World, Fantastic Four, The Green Hornet, Cabin in the Woods, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. This piece is signed and dated in the lower image area and in Excellent condition.

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Franklin Collier and Others -- Various Sports Comic Strip Panels Original Art Group of 5 (c. 1920s-60s)....
Franklin Collier and Others -- Various Sports Comic Strip Panels Original Art Group of 5 (c. 1920s-60s). Collier, a double-threat master at sports cartooning and sarcastic political commentary, toplines this fine batch with a panoramic football spoof -- centering upon the Holy Cross team. (Collier's midget trademark-character, Otto Grow, has a cameo appearance.) The excellent Cy Hungerford comments on the "curse of the Green Weenie" (a baseball superstition) that appeared to work in favor of the San Francisco Giants in 1966. Phil Interlandi (1961; inscribed) comments on violence among ballplayers. Leo O'Mealia (1950s) depicts team rivalries as the ripped seams in a symbolic baseball. And Lou Darvas recognizes legendary baserunner Pepper Martin (1960s), of the St. Louis Cardinals. Ink over graphite on varied page-stock. Image areas range from 8" x 6" to 15.5" x 12". Conditions range from Very Good to Excellent. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Bil Keane The Family Circus Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-9-69 (Register & Tribune Syndicate, 1969)....
Bil Keane The Family Circus Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-9-69 (Register & Tribune Syndicate, 1969). Nine years into his signature feature, Keane is still experimenting with illustrative technique -- such as this panel's use of chemical-shading board to emphasize the textures of the walls, the shadows on the floor, and of course the coat of Barfy the Dog. The gag is a bit weird: Seems Barfy and Mommy have the same horoscope reading. Keane's pageant of household humor sometimes is miscalled The Family Circle because of the shape of its panel. "It's not a circle," Keane would explain. "It's a ring -- like a circus ring. Hence the name The Family Circus." The gentle ironies and absurdities are well represented in this bright example. Ink over graphite on Duo-Tone board. Image area, 8.25" x 9". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Phil Foglio and Tim Sale Myth Adventures #1 Story Page 6 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1984)....
Phil Foglio and Tim Sale Myth Adventures #1 Story Page 6 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1984). Tim Sale's first published work was inking this adaptation of Robert Asprin's Myth Adventures novel. On this page, we see Skeeve and his master (who bears more than a little resemblance to Robert Asprin himself...) having a discussion about the nature of Magic. A great page crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The lightly toned page is in Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Geof Isherwood and Vince Colletta Dazzler #34 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1984)....
Geof Isherwood and Vince Colletta Dazzler #34 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1984). Ali watches helplessly in horror as each one of Millie's Models vanishes in the the blink of an eye! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15".Irregularly trimmed corners and whiteout text corrections in Panel 5 and 10. Signed by Isherwood in the lower right margin. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Michael Golden and Craig Russell Batman Family #19 Story Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1978)....
Michael Golden and Craig Russell Batman Family #19 Story Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1978). The last page of the Denny O'Neil story "The Tomb of the White Bat!" is almost a splash page with that big collage of the Batman head and the giant white bat. Wonderful and artistic layout with great detail, created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Leonard Kirk and Keith Champagne JSA #43 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 2003)....
Leonard Kirk and Keith Champagne JSA #43 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 2003). Captain Marvel is thirsty for battle as he takes on Prince Khufu's army of undead sand soldiers! "KRAKOOM" is right, as Captain Marvel yells out "Shazam!" in the last panel! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.75". Text correction in Panel 1 and a text stat paste-up in Panel 2. Signed by Kirk in the bottom right image area. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Kevin Maguire and Joe Rubinstein Formerly Known as the Justice League #3 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 2003)....
Kevin Maguire and Joe Rubinstein Formerly Known as the Justice League #3 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 2003). Mary Marvel, cheered on by the rapturous crowd, finishes off Captain Atom in an electrifying display of power! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Text correction in Panel 1. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Krypton Chronicles #3 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1981)....
Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Krypton Chronicles #3 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1981). Superman and Kara gleam into the past and watch as the early Kryptonians scavenge for food, much like early hunter gatherers. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Very slight toning with irregularly trimmed right corner. In Excellent Condition.

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Dan DeCarlo Humorama Sept-1962 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1962)....
Dan DeCarlo Humorama Sept-1962 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1962). The punchline reads: "I can't understand how she does it - wearing last year's bathing suit!" Some things never go out of style, like the fantastic lines of Dan DeCarlo artwork! It's a gag so lovely that they reprinted it in the January 1970 issue of Fun House Comedy. A beaut' created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on 10" x 13.75" Bristol board. There is minor soiling on the image area, putting this in Very Good condition.

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Llopis Dino Babes: A Gallery Girls Collection Vol. #1 Illustration Original Art (SQP, 1997)....
Llopis Dino Babes: A Gallery Girls Collection Vol. #1 Illustration Original Art (SQP, 1997). This fierce stone-age rocker is about to go out clubbing. The work was created in pure graphite on high quality art paper with an image area of 13" x 18". Slight crease in the lower right marginal corner. In Excellent condition.

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George Bush - Cyclops from The 7th Voyage of Sinbad Painting Original Art (undated)....
George Bush - Cyclops from The 7th Voyage of Sinbad Painting Original Art (undated). The famous stop-motion animation effects of Ray Harryhausen pretty much stole the show in the beloved feature film, and the Cyclops was one of the most memorable creatures! Wonderfully recreated by fantasy artist George Arthur Bush in oil on 18" x 14" stretched canvas. Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Colleen Doran and Butch Guise Wonder Woman: The Once and Future Story Story Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1998)....
Colleen Doran and Butch Guise Wonder Woman: The Once and Future Story Story Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1998). Diana isn't afraid to settle things when she can't get her shut-eye, even if she has to spring into action in her nightshirt! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 15". Signed by Doran in the bottom right margin. In Excellent condition.

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Edd Cartier The Case of the Vanished Bride Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1948). ...
Edd Cartier The Case of the Vanished Bride Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1948). Created to accompany Philip Ketchum's tale "The Case of the Vanished Bride", this illustration (labeled VB-6) ran on page 23 of a King Features Syndicate pulp detective story series. Ink and Conte crayon over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 7" x 7.25". In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Valiant Comics Artist Turok, Dinosaur Hunter Unused Story Page 3 Original Art (Valiant, 1994)....
Valiant Comics Artist Turok, Dinosaur Hunter Unused Story Page 3 Original Art (Valiant, 1994). From an inventory story, this page features a rather ticked-off "Son of Stone", and a great shot of him in that last panel. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 16". Panels 3-5 are printed paste-up art corrections with the original art beneath them. As was the standard Valiant production method, all text and captions were represented on the page with paper paste-up "place holders", which have discolored, some have come loose and left glue residue behind. The art correction paste-ups are discolored as well. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Phil Foglio and Tim Sale Myth Adventures #3 Story Page 4 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1984)....
Phil Foglio and Tim Sale Myth Adventures #3 Story Page 4 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1984). Some of Tim Sale's earliest published work! If you are like most people (and who isn't, right?) then you probably love a good bit of clever writing. Few writers could match Robert Asprin for clever turns-of-phrase, which was one of the driving forces of his fan-beloved Myth Adventures novel series. This page finds Skeeve the Apprentice and the demon wizard Aahz in terrible danger. The page was created twice-up scale in ink and Zipatone and blue pencil shading over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The lightly toned page is signed by Foglio in the bottom edge of the image area. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Warren Kremer (attributed) Casper the Friendly Ghost in Jungle Friends [Book and Record Set] Original Art Group of... (Total: 15 Original Art)
Warren Kremer (attributed) Casper the Friendly Ghost in Jungle Friends [Book and Record Set] Original Art Group of 15 (Peter Pan Records/Harvey Comic, 1970). Warren Kremer was a powerhouse artist for Harvey Comics, setting not only the "Harvey house style", but also handling the majority of covers on their main titles and a good deal of the license character art for products and merchandise. These gorgeous storybook pages accompanied the recorded story and allowed children to see and hear the adventure at the same time. These are some of the finest Casper images by Kremer we have come across and they are in color on top of that! A total of 15 pieces of art created in ink on paper with vivid gouache paint and affixed to 9.5" x 10.75" illustration board. Pages included are: 3-5, 8-10, 12, 13, 15-17, 20-22, and 24. Page 3 has a paper overlay mask with stat paste-ups (some missing) to be used as the Title page also. (This includes a partial stat of a 1973 re-printing.) Page 21 still has the attached acetate overlay with the paste-up text for the page. Some pages have a tiny bit of water damage on the side, so condition ranges from Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Vic Forsythe Joe Jinks Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (Press Publishing Co., 1929).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Vic Forsythe Joe Jinks Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (Press Publishing Co., 1929). Predecessor of Ham Fisher's Joe Palooka. Vic Forsythe developed Joe Jinks in 1928 as a fight-promoter feature -- modified from 1918's Joe's Car, about an obsessive automotive/aviation enthusiast. Joe's star contender, Dynamite Dunn, became so popular that the strip became Joe Jinks and Dynamite Dunn during the 1930s. At once visually expressive and wordy, these two strips (dated 5-14 and 6-22-29) offer a fascinating example of a feature in evolution. Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board, the image area measures 22" x 5.55". With overall toning, slightly brittle edges. In Very Good condition.

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Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-17 (N.Y. Tribune, Year Unknown)....
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-17 (N.Y. Tribune, Year Unknown). Forget "coastin'", I'm rirdin'! This fun Sunday by Gene Byrnes has an image area of 17" x 10.75". With some toning and light soiling, the art is in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art undated (L.A. Times Syndicate, 1979)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art undated (L.A. Times Syndicate, 1979). Sandpeople are always an irritant. A nice flashback strip with images of Luke, C3PO, and R2-D2. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 4.5". In Excellent condition. From the Manning Family Collection.

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Bob Montana Archie Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-12-60 (King Features, 1960)....
Bob Montana Archie Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-12-60 (King Features, 1960). Archie thinks of the most useful gifts; next he'll be giving a left-handed hammer! A wonderful vintage strip by Archie's creator, Bob Montana. The image area measures 18" x 5.25" and the art is in Very Good condition with some yellowing of some of the mechanical tones and glue staining. Several pieces of Zipatone are missing.

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Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-3-65 (Field Enterprises, 1965). ...
Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-3-65 (Field Enterprises, 1965). A sinister plot emerges in this suspense-filled Steve Canyon daily. This ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board strip has an image area of 21.75" x 6.5", and the art is in Very Good condition, with toning to the Zipatone, and one piece of Zipatone missing from Panel 2. This strip was signed by Milton Caniff in its first panel. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-20-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979)....
Russ Manning Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-20-79 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1979). R2D2 and C-3PO are on the "Gambler's World" and need to warn Luke Skywalker about Darth Vader's plans with Blackhole's operations. This early ink and marker over graphite on Bristol board daily, has an image area of 14" x 4.5", and is in Excellent condition, with light fading to the marker. From the Manning Family Collection.

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Tom K. Ryan Tumbleweeds Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1965)....
Tom K. Ryan Tumbleweeds Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1965). The earliest Tumbleweeds daily that we have ever offered! This knee-slappin' episode has an image area of 17" x 5". Ink on Bristol board, with light edge toning, and a pasted-up original art corrections. In Very Good condition.

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Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-16-77 (King Features, 1977)....
Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-16-77 (King Features, 1977). Dale is held captive by the sinister Scorpi, in this exciting Sunday, with an image area of 21" x 9.25". Aside from a missing stripped-in text corrections in Panel 1, and some light toning, the art is in Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Bob Fujitani.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strips Original Art dated 12-4-71 (King Features Syndicate, 1971). ...
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strips Original Art dated 12-4-71 (King Features Syndicate, 1971). Goldie Dawn just can't stay out of trouble in this goon-filled daily dated 12-4-71, and produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.25" x 5.5". Slight edge toning. In Excellent condition.

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John Rose Barney Google and Snuffy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 2008-... (Total: 3 Original Art)
John Rose Barney Google and Snuffy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 2008-2011). John Rose took over this long-running strip in May of 2001. These three strips are dated 3-26 and 3-28-2008, and 12-24-2011. They are created in ink over graphite on paper or Bristol board with approximate image areas of 13" x 3.5". All text is paste-up. In Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Comic Strip Original Art Bowling-Themed Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate Inc., c. late 196... (Total: 20 Original Art)
Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Comic Strip Original Art Bowling-Themed Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate Inc., c. late 1960s). Fred Thomas' sports lampoon strip strikes some shots at bowling in these dailies, with two karate/judo strips thrown in, from the late 1960s. A great gift for the "alley-cat" in your life! 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 becoming detached. There is minor toning and edge wear; otherwise, they average Excellent condition.

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Jose Luis Salinas Cisco Kid Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-51 (King Features Syndicate, 1951)....
Jose Luis Salinas Cisco Kid Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-51 (King Features Syndicate, 1951). Cisco tries to stop an Indian raid in this beautifully rendered daily, produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5.5". Slight toning in the margins, and a vertical crease between Panels 1 and 2, for mailing purposes, that does not impact the eye appeal. Several pieces of Zipatone are missing, leaving behind glue residue. In Very Good Condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Wayne Boring Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969)....
Wayne Boring Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). The treasure is near, and Davy and Marco are in trouble, in this dangerous daily with an image area of 16.5" x 4.5". Ink over graphite on Bristol board, there is considerable use of whiteout; otherwise in Excellent condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-7-58 (Hall Syndicate, 1958)....
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-7-58 (Hall Syndicate, 1958). Seminole Sam Fox and Beauregard Bugleboy discuss a "Forgettin' Course" in this four-panel funny from 1958. Even secondary characters like these make for a great Pogo strip, as Kelly's roster of swamp denizens are all pretty interesting folks. And as always, every brush-stroke is right on the money, making for one beautiful piece of strip art. The ink over blue pencil on Bristol board image area measures approximately 16.25" x 4.5". Aside from some very light toning, this is in Excellent condition.

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Alfred Andriola Kerry Drake Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-17-68 (Publishers Newspaper Syndicate, 1968)....
Alfred Andriola Kerry Drake Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-17-68 (Publishers Newspaper Syndicate, 1968). This sad "slice-of-life" daily episode was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board, and it has an image area of 18.5" x 5.5". The art is in Excellent condition, with light overall toning. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-6-59 (Hall Syndicate, 1959)....
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-6-59 (Hall Syndicate, 1959). It's another case of mistaken identity, with Albert and Beauregard trying to warn Porkypine about a "Martian" (a covered-up Porky Pine). Very funny! Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 16.25" x 4.5". The bristol board has a light crease between the second and third panels, for mailing purposes; in Excellent condition.

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Brant Parker Wizard of Id Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-17-71 (Field Enterprises, 1971)....
Brant Parker Wizard of Id Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-17-71 (Field Enterprises, 1971). A great gag from the team of artist Brant Parker and writer Johnny Hart, actually starring the Wizard! Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17.5" x 4.75". Very slight overall toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Lank Leonard Mickey Finn Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (McNaught Syndicate, Years Unknown).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Lank Leonard Mickey Finn Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (McNaught Syndicate, Years Unknown). Includes two Lank Leonard Mickey Finn dailies, dated 8-6 and 9-3 (years unknown). Ink over graphite on Craftint (8-6) and Bristol Board (9-3). Each strip has an image area of 17" x 4.5" and is in Excellent condition, with light overall toning to the 8-6 strip.

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Bob Lubbers Tarzan Daily Comic Strip #3462 Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1950)....
Bob Lubbers Tarzan Daily Comic Strip #3462 Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1950). Bob Lubbers' run on Tarzan was short, but superb. Lubbers drew the strip from 1950-54, and this daily, #3462, hails from within the first year of his stint. The image area of the ink and Zipatone daily is 18.5" x 5". Aside from glue stains in the caption areas, the art is in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Harrison Cady Peter Rabbit Scene Original Art (Thornton W. Burgess Society, c. 1930s)....
Harrison Cady Peter Rabbit Scene Original Art (Thornton W. Burgess Society, c. 1930s). Author Thornton Burgess' version of Peter Rabbit, the comic-strip and nursery-tales character, is indelibly tied to the fanciful illustrations of Cady. (There is no kinship here with the Peter Rabbit character of Beatrix Potter, although Burgess acknowledged Potter as an inspiration.) And now that that's all settled, here is a splendid Cady drawing, rich in the sense of wonder that characterizes all his work, whether in books or in the funnypapers. The publishing pedigree here is undocumented. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 7.25" x 7.25", sealed and matted to 12.25" x 12.25. Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Curt Swan and Dick Giordano Superman IV Movie Special #1 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1987)....
Curt Swan and Dick Giordano Superman IV Movie Special #1 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC Comics, 1987). A prophetic page from the film-to-comics crossover book finds the Daily Planet bought out by a sleazy tabloid publisher. Editor Perry White objects to the new owners' demands to cheapen the newspaper -- not unlike real-world mock-journalism since the 1990s. Clark (Superman) Kent, in civilian guise, gets in a dig at the new regime. Various inkers worked on this issue; Giordano's fluid embellishments bring out the best in Swan's sturdy compositions. Swan's signature appears at seventh panel. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 18". Light toning and one wrinkled corner; extremely tight trimming at the panel borders. Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Vaughn Bodé - Junkwaffel Lizard Sketch Original Art (1969)....
Vaughn Bodé - Junkwaffel Lizard Sketch Original Art (1969). Junkwaffel began life as a strip titled War Lizards in the East Village Other in approximately 1969, making this a rather early sketch of one of the characters. This work was produced as the 1969 World Science Fiction Convention, where Bodé won the Hugo Award for "Best Fan Artist" that year. Produced in ink over graphite on 9" x 12" spiral-top paper. Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-28-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-28-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Dumb-as-a-log, and bogged in a smog fog, Bullwinkle ready to film his big scene... which entails being turned into mangled moose meat by a mean mountain lion! Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-26-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-26-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). It was the day after Christmas, and the Moose is about to be mangled by a mountain lion. You would think that Boris Badenov would be happy about a present like that. There's just no pleasing that man... Created in in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). It was the day before Christmas, and all through the strip, not a Moose was stirring, only a big drip. Boris Badenov, that is. Created in in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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George Barr - Buck Rogers and a Wizard Sketches Original Art Group of 2 (1969).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
George Barr - Buck Rogers and a Wizard Sketches Original Art Group of 2 (1969). Two wonderful ink sketches on 9" x 12" spiral-top paper. Barr began his art career in 1960 by contributing to several high-profile science-fiction fanzines. Later he would provide illustrations for several of TSR's Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game supplements, as well as numerous paperback novel covers. The wizard is dated 1969. These were obtained at the 1969 World Science Fiction Convention. They are in Excellent condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Vince Argondezzi Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #10 Goliath and Yellowjacket (Hank Pym) I...
Vince Argondezzi Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #10 Goliath and Yellowjacket (Hank Pym) Illustration Original Art (Marvel, 1986). The man of many names (and costumes)... Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym, aka: Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, Yellowjacket, Dr. Pym, and even (briefly) the Wasp. From his listing in Marvel's encyclopedic tome, these two spot illustrations show his Goliath and Yellowjacket costumes. Created in ink over graphite on 17" x 12" Bristol board, they stand approximately 9" tall. The board has handling wear, and light soiling. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-27-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-27-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Another "fourth wall" breaking bit by Al Kilgore, as the fog-bound fat-heads from Pottsylvania rush to... save Bullwinkle? More inspired mad-cap comedy based on Jay Ward's The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-30-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-30-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). Bullwinkle is "not that kind of Moose". He's getting as much guff from this movie director as he ever did from Boris Badenov! Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". There are two stripped-in text corrections in Panel 2. Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-31-63 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1963). A strip from New Year's Eve. You know, "Should old acquaintance be forgot..." Say, where IS Boris Badenov anyway? Bullwinkle should start thinking about this New Year's Resolution. We recommend it be "Don't be eaten by a Mountain Lion." Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area, lightly toned, and in Excellent condition.

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Vaughn Bodé, Marv Wolfman, and Len Wein - Sketches Original Art and Page of Author Signatures Spiral Bound Sketchbook (1969)....
Vaughn Bodé, Marv Wolfman, and Len Wein - Sketches Original Art and Page of Author Signatures Spiral Bound Sketchbook (1969). A great little vintage sketchbook with three cool sketches and a page with five writers' autographs. The star of the book is a Lizard by Vaughn Bodé. The other two sketches are both unique in that they are produced by men primarily known for their writing! Len Wein and Marv Wolfman both turned in some work. The autograph page includes: Forrest J. Ackerman, Marv Wolfman, Lin Carter, Harlan Ellison, and Fritz Lieber! All of these were obtained at the 1969 World Science Fiction Convention, where Vaughn Bodé won the Hugo Award for "Best Fan Artist", and Harlan Ellison won the award for "Best Short Story" that year. The sketches are in ink (Wein's is ink over graphite) on 9" x 12" spiral-top paper in the bound sketch pad. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Roy Krenkel The Mastermind of Mars Paperback Novel Cover Preliminary Painting Study Original Art (Ace Books, 1963)...
Roy Krenkel The Mastermind of Mars Paperback Novel Cover Preliminary Painting Study Original Art (Ace Books, 1963). Master artist Krenkel was working out the layout and color placement on this smaller piece that was a study for the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel reprint. It is remarkably detailed, and matches very closely to the published final painting. Bright and vivid gouache on Bristol board with an image area of 4.75" x 7.5". In Excellent condition.

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Tim Kirk, Larry Todd, and C. Lysander Gullcrack - Sketches Original Art Group of 3 (1969).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Tim Kirk, Larry Todd, and C. Lysander Gullcrack - Sketches Original Art Group of 3 (1969). A charming and whimsical piece by Tim Kirk in red ink features a dragonkin navigator. Famed Underground Comix artist Larry Todd, creator of Dr. Atomic, was a collaborator with Vaughn Bodé at this point in 1969. He provided this ink over graphite sci-fi lizardman. Lastly, there is a Larry Todd-produced piece that is signed "C. Lysander Gullcrack" for some reason. (Inside joke?) It is an inked image of a snakey-worm creature. These are all on 9" x 12" spiral-top paper, and were obtained at the 1969 World Science Fiction Convention. In Excellent condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Dame Darcy Meat Cake #2 Back Cover Painting Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1994)....
Dame Darcy Meat Cake #2 Back Cover Painting Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1994). The painting "Meat Cake With Dame Darcy" adorned the back cover for this issue, and it features the Dame herself, with some of her friends. Crafted in acrylic paint over a color photocopy. The piece measures approximately 10.5" x 7" and is in Excellent condition.

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Dame Darcy Meat Cake #10 Complete 4-Page Story "Silver Lining" Original Art (Fantagraphics, 2000).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Dame Darcy Meat Cake #10 Complete 4-Page Story "Silver Lining" Original Art (Fantagraphics, 2000). The conjoined twins Hindrance and Perfidia kick off this tale that rapidly spins off the rails, as a good Dame Darcy story should. She is a master of Chaos. These pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 7" x 10". In Excellent condition.

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Joe Rubinstein - Black Hood, Shield, and Steel Sterling of the Mighty Crusaders Illustration Original Art (2015)....
Joe Rubinstein - Black Hood, Shield, and Steel Sterling of the Mighty Crusaders Illustration Original Art (2015). These three Golden Age heroes have been around a long time, and have been published by MLJ/Archie Comics, Archie's Red Circle imprint, and even DC Comic's Impact imprint. A great illustration in ink over printed blue lines from an Irv Novick drawing, on bright white 11" x 17" Bristol board. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mike Royer Tarzan Sketch Original Art (1969)....
Mike Royer Tarzan Sketch Original Art (1969). Produced at the 1969 World Science Fiction Convention, this piece was created in ink over graphite. Created on 9" x 12" spiral-top paper. In Excellent condition. From the Kevin Michael McFadden Collection.

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Matt Wagner Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #1 Pages 19 and 20 Original Art (Marvel, 2001)....
Matt Wagner Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #1 Pages 19 and 20 Original Art (Marvel, 2001). Wolverine and Sabretooth engage in a vicious street fight. Ink over graphite on two sheets of Marvel Bristol board affixed with tape on the reverse, with an image area of 20.5" x 15.75". In Excellent condition, signed by Wagner along the lower margin.

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Eduardo Barreto and Ricardo Villagran Atari Force #13 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1985)....
Eduardo Barreto and Ricardo Villagran Atari Force #13 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1985). Morphea buys Dart time, by using his mind sting ability, allowing her to get closer to the anti-matter bomb in order to disarm it! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". All text are stat paste-ups, with one that has come loose in Panel 6. There is also production tape in the side margins along with slight tonining to the page. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Thor #186 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Buscema and Joe Sinnott Thor #186 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Thor decides to follow the Silent One, but forewarns him that mercy will not find him if anything befalls his siege! Produced in Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Stripped in text corrections with tape on front and back of page in Panels 1, 2, and 4. There is also staining on the page, most notably in Panel 2. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Kelley Jones, Jason Moore and Cameron Stewart The Crusades #5 Original Art (DC, 2001)....
Kelley Jones, Jason Moore and Cameron Stewart The Crusades #5 Original Art (DC, 2001). The animalistic instinct of Fight or Flight takes hold of Venus Kostopikas as she flees from an ominous knight looking for blood! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.37" x 14". Signed by Moore. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mike Manley, Judith Hunt and Art Nichols Conan the King #38 Story Page 35 Original Art (Marvel, 1987)....
Mike Manley, Judith Hunt and Art Nichols Conan the King #38 Story Page 35 Original Art (Marvel, 1987). Conan and Taurus make haste on horseback to bring the supporting army across the river, while the King lies in rest! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slightly toned page with an irregularly trimmed top margin. Whiteout text corrections in throughout page. Signed by Nichols in the bottom right margin. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Leinil Francis Yu and Dexter Vines Wolverine #141 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1999)....
Leinil Francis Yu and Dexter Vines Wolverine #141 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1999). Wolverine and Jubilee take refuge in what seems like an abandoned home in the middle of nowhere, but Wolverine is on edge as he senses that something just isn't right! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 14.87". Loose sketches on back of page. In Excellent condition.

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Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #161 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1980)....
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #161 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1980). Adam Strange investigates, what appears to the police to be, a random crime scene. Meanwhile, Batman is staging a break in at the police record room in "A Tale of Two Heroes"! Produced in Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Text corrections in the last panel along with slight glue residue in the bottom margin. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #151 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1979)....
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #151 Story Page 15 Original Art (DC, 1979). The Flash races to find Batman in order to show him a photo of Emily Hanks, but it seems that Ms. Hanks shares an uncanny resemblance to someone else, something that the Caped Crusader picks up on. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Tape residue in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition.

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Ivan Reis and Randy Emberlin Ghost #36 Story Page 2 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1998)....
Ivan Reis and Randy Emberlin Ghost #36 Story Page 2 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1998). A tense standoff between Ghost and Silhouette is the only thing keeping the city of Arcadia safe! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 13.75". Signed by Emberlin in the bottom right. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #186 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1982)....
Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #186 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1982). Batman and Hawkman, who is mistaken as the Egyptian god Horus, are gathering information on a missing sarcophagus set for a nationwide museum tour, which apparently caught the eye of high ranking criminals! Who knew that mobsters were such art connoisseurs?! Produced in Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Very slight toning with some irregularly trimmed corners, but overall in Excellent condition.

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J.H. Williams III and Mike Gray Batman Annual #21 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1997)....
J.H. Williams III and Mike Gray Batman Annual #21 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1997). Agents of Lung Wang have infiltrated a Chinese dragon procession and are ready to attack from inside the belly of a dragon! Produced in Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 15.75". Stat paste-up of dragon in Panel 1, along with production tape in the top and bottom margins. Overall in Excellent condition.

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George Pérez and Pablos Marcos CrossGen Chronicles #5 Splash Page 6 Original Art (CrossGen, 2001)....
George Pérez and Pablos Marcos CrossGen Chronicles #5 Splash Page 6 Original Art (CrossGen, 2001). Nalia uses her full ability as a sorceress to manipulate the power in her cards. Also features her love interest Alain LeCavalier. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14.25". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Craig Rousseau and Dick Giordano Adventure Comics 80-Page Giant #1 Splash Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1998)....
Craig Rousseau and Dick Giordano Adventure Comics 80-Page Giant #1 Splash Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1998). Captain Marvel is sucked in by some sort of portal and finds himself in a new world in this full page Splash! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.5". Text correction in the indicia. In Excellent condition.

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Dennis Fujitake and Paul Abrams ElfQuest: Jink #7 Story Page 19 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1995)....
Dennis Fujitake and Paul Abrams ElfQuest: Jink #7 Story Page 19 Original Art (WaRP Graphics, 1995). A full panel page featuring an overzealous Kullyn Kenn and a timid dragon known as Firstborn. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Frank Robbins and Vince Colletta Captain America #190 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Frank Robbins and Vince Colletta Captain America #190 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). SHIELD agent Countess Valerie de Fontaine reads over Nightshades record in order to gain an upper hand, but it seems that everything is staked on a mere hunch in "Nightshade is Deadlier the Second Time Around"! Also features appearances of Captain America and Falcon! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Very slight toning to page along with production tape residue in the top and bottom margins. Overall in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Action Comics #479 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1978)....
Curt Swan and Gerry Conway Action Comics #479 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1978). To the onlooking crowd it seems that Superman is in the middle of a rigorous workout routine, but sometimes things can be hidden in plain sight as the Man of Steel will soon find! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Tape residue in the top and bottom margins with very slight toning to the page. Signed by Swan in the bottom right of the image area. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Syd Shores and Jack Abel Red Wolf #6 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Syd Shores and Jack Abel Red Wolf #6 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Red Wolf heads to the Cheyenne camp where he re-unites with Fawn, a possible love interest, but only after a quick bathe in the river. After all, good hygiene never hurt anyone. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slightly tone page with production tape residue in the margins. There's also a stripped-in text correction in Panel 5. Sign by Gene Colan in the top margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Jim Woodring Pupshaw and Pushpaw Hardcover Page 1 Illustration Original Art (Presspop, 2004)....
Jim Woodring Pupshaw and Pushpaw Hardcover Page 1 Illustration Original Art (Presspop, 2004). Busting out of Jim Woodring's award-winning Frank, Pupshaw and Pushpaw get their own book. The wordless children's book is charming and surreal. This graphite on paper work has an image area of 8.5" x 7". Signed and dated by Woodring in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and John Nyberg Green Arrow #45 Partial Story Original Art Group of 13 (DC Comics, 1991).... (Total: 13 Original Art)
Rick Hoberg and John Nyberg Green Arrow #45 Partial Story Original Art Group of 13 (DC Comics, 1991). Green Arrow takes a stand against a land-grabbing conspiracy in this selection of more than half the pages from the story called "Raising a Rock..." Terrific fine-line art from penciller Hoberg and inker Nyberg, working in a style consistent with that of scenarist Mike Grell, a capable artist in his own right. Page numbers are 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, generally 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-24-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)...
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-24-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964) A most revealing glimpse into Parker's unique variations on the Good Girl Art idiom: Surviving (faint) pencil-strokes on this splendid piece show that she had drawn her signature character, Mopsy, in the nude before adding the contoured clothing. As usual, Mopsy is thoroughly in control of the men in her orbit -- but this satirical gag makes it plain that she also is susceptible to Freudian psychoanalytical trends. Beautifully drawn, with an intense contrast between the slender pen-line work and the densely blackened areas. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 5.75" x 7.25". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-11-65 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1965)....
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-11-65 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1965). Parker brilliantly combines Good Girl Art with an erotically liberated Feminist attitude -- defiant and sexy in about equal measures. Parker also retained a youthful and ornery attitude -- she delivered this bright gag at age 65 -- that anticipated the larger Feminist Movement of a few years later. Beautifully drawn, with an intense contrast between the slender pen-line work and the densely blackened areas. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 5.75" x 7.25". Light toning and marginal scribbles. Excellent condition.

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Leo Sommers Bomba the Jungle Boy #1 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC Comics, 1967)....
Leo Sommers Bomba the Jungle Boy #1 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC Comics, 1967). Bomba was making up for lost time with this striking title: A prose-fiction hero since the 1920s and a popular movie character since the '40s, Bomba finally became a comic-book figure in 1967 -- tied in with a television revival of the Bomba films. Sommers' finely composed page depicts Bomba attacking a mob of tribal bad guys at an ancient temple. The art conveys Sommers' great admiration for Prince Valiant's Harold R. "Hal" Foster. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Peter Bagge Hate #2 Splash Page Original Art (Fantagraphics Books, 1990)....
Peter Bagge Hate #2 Splash Page Original Art (Fantagraphics Books, 1990). Bagge combines a Punk Rock/Grunge sensibility with an old-fashioned big-nose/big-foot cartooning style in this classic image from his signature comic, Hate. Born loser Buddy Bradley, the embodiment of Generation X at its shabbiest, vows to get his flabby self back in shape. (Not to give away too much: Yeah, right.) Sheer brilliance from a peak period for the indie-comics' New Underground movement. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 8.75" x 13". Faint toning. Excellent condition.

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06/05/2018
Jess Jodloman Secrets of Haunted House #16 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC Comics, 1979)....
Jess Jodloman Secrets of Haunted House #16 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC Comics, 1979). An infusion of talents from the Philippines' comics industry invigorated the American funnybooks across-the-board during the 1970s -- especially the DC publishing company, which used such Filipino masters as Jodloman to especially good advantage in its mystery-and-horror titles. This suspenseful burglary sequence benefits from a tense application of crosshatching for chiaroscuro effects, with a vertical composition that accentuates the precipitous climbing involved here. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Archie Giant Series Magazine Presents World of Jughead Splash Page Original Art (Archie Comics, 1967)....
Archie Giant Series Magazine Presents World of Jughead Splash Page Original Art (Archie Comics, 1967). Jughead Jones, a supporting goofball character with real star appeal, dominates this self-contained introductory page (from a six-page story), upstaging star player Archie Andrews with a smart-aleck punchline. Jughead's insouciant facial expressions are priceless, and so is Archie's chagrined grimace (third panel). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 17.75". Light toning, with adhesive staining on the title logotype. Very Good condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Bill Everett Modeling with Millie #40 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1965)...
Stan Goldberg and Bill Everett Modeling with Millie #40 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1965) Millie the Model, Marvel's longest-running humor character, tales on a more serious narrative tone in this crisply composed sequence: Having developed amnesia, Millie finds herself drafted into a new job as a nightclub showgirl. The brisk and delicate inking is the work of Everett -- better known as the creator of Namor, the Sub-Mariner. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18.5". Very Good condition.

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Joe Kubert Speed Comics #32 "Black Cat" Story Splash Original Art (Harvey, 1944)....
Joe Kubert Speed Comics #32 "Black Cat" Story Splash Original Art (Harvey, 1944). This kinetic composition finds the 18-year-old Kubert showing considerable accomplishment and even finer promise as a Great Comics Artist: His Hawkgirl of the 1960s is consistent with his Black Cat of the wartime years, in terms of facial expression and lithe mobility. A striking Nazi-buster scene dominates the page. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18.5". Light-to-moderate toning, with marginal wrinkling at right. Very Good condition.

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Stanley Link Ching Chow Daily Gag-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (News Syndicate, 1946).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Stanley Link Ching Chow Daily Gag-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (News Syndicate, 1946). Link was best known for the horror-and-humor strip Tiny Tim, but he also excelled at the simple homilies of Ching Chow, in which a caricatured Chinese philosopher would dispense wise, un-ironic sayings. Like his cartoonist pal Jimmy Hatlo (of They'll Do It Every Time), Link made a practice of inviting ideas from the readers and then thanking them in print. In these keen examples, he recognizes Mrs. Grant Ballantine of Bloomington, WI (7-2-46), and Al Spong of Chicago (3-29-46). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 4" x 6.5". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane The Ring of the Nibelung #1 Story Page 42 Original Art (DC Comics, 1989)....
Gil Kane The Ring of the Nibelung #1 Story Page 42 Original Art (DC Comics, 1989). Kane ventures near the realm of Fine Art, inking his own pencils with bold, woodcut-like pen-strokes, with this superior adaptation of Richard Wagner's operatic epic. Of special interest is that Kane designed the pages to accommodate a lavish job of coloring (for the published version) by Jim Woodring. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Andrew Pepoy and Others - Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 6 (various, 1950s-2011).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Andrew Pepoy and Others - Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 6 (various, 1950s-2011). The oldest strip is by Art Wood and seems to be an unpublished strip titled Little Forty-Nine (image area of 20.25" x 5"). Next would be Sir Lim'Rick by Ed Nofzinger from 1967, which was the last year of the strip (16" x 4.5"). Rudy by William Overgard (16" x 4.25"). The Flintstones by Karen Machette from 1998, the last year of that strip as well (12" x 3.5", created in ink over blue pencil). Annie (née Little Orphan Annie) by comic book artist Andrew Pepoy from 2001. This daily featured a silhouette guest-appearance by Dick Tracy. It was created in ink over graphite on DuoTone board with an image area of 12.5" x 13.75". Lastly, there is a mystery strip. No name, unsigned, it was has a 2011 Universal Uclick syndication mark on it, and an image area of 14" x 4". Unless noted, these were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board and are in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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