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Daniel Pascarelli Dragon Tails: A Gallery Girls Collection Vol. 2 Illustration Original Art (SQP, 1999). This image -
Daniel Pascarelli Dragon Tails: A Gallery Girls Collection Vol. 2 Illustration Original Art (SQP, 1999). This image gets to the bottom of things. Created in pure graphite on 14" x 16.5" art paper, it is signed and dated in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Edmond Good Tarzan Daily Comic Strip #2413 Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1947). Tarzan appears in three of -
Edmond Good Tarzan Daily Comic Strip #2413 Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1947). Tarzan appears in three of the four panels of this impressive strip, from the artist of Scorchy Smith. Ink and Zipatone on Bristol board, with an image area of 22" x 6". Moderate toning and marginal smudging, and production tape in the margins; otherwise, in Very Good condition.

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Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4 (Lafave Syndicate, c. mid-1930s) Mrs. Bigot thinks -
Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4 (Lafave Syndicate, c. mid-1930s) Mrs. Bigot thinks that Napoleon is "a big whitish mongrel" but the constable shows her that "This ain't Napoleon. This here's a spotted dog" (thanks to a little paint...)! Ink over graphite on Bristol board, the image area measures 16.5" x 4.75". Pinholes; otherwise, in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Jose Luis Salinas Cisco Kid Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-8-51 (King Features Syndicate, 1951). Cisco and -
Jose Luis Salinas Cisco Kid Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-8-51 (King Features Syndicate, 1951). Cisco and Pancho have gotten away from Mr. Jagged Dagger! ...Or have they?! This gorgeous daily from 1951 was done in ink and white paint over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.25". Salinas' use of white paint on Cisco's shirt make it look like real embroidery! Some edge toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Original Comic Strip Art 12-8-29 (Chicago Tribune, 1929). Apparently Moon makes even -
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Original Comic Strip Art 12-8-29 (Chicago Tribune, 1929). Apparently Moon makes even a worse club member than a chauffeur in this pre-1930s example of the popular strip. It has an ink over graphite on Bristol board image area of 16.5" x 22". The art is in Good condition, with staining, handling wear, production tape in the margins, and overall toning.

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John Dirks The Captain and the Kids Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-26-74 (United Features Syndicate, 1974). -
John Dirks The Captain and the Kids Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-26-74 (United Features Syndicate, 1974). How do you catch an "elephump?" "Mit brains und peanuts!" of course. This cute ink over graphite on Bristol board Sunday has an image area of 22.5" x 15". In Excellent condition, with some discoloration to the title stat, and a little edge wear. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Original Comic Strip Art 12-15-29 (Chicago Tribune, 1929). No good deed goes -
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Sunday Original Comic Strip Art 12-15-29 (Chicago Tribune, 1929). No good deed goes unpunished! This uproarious example of the popular strip, from just prior to the dawn of the thirties, has an ink over graphite on Bristol board image area of 16.5" x 22". The art is in Good condition, with edge, corner, and handling wear, staining, production tape in the margins, and overall toning.

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Gene Colan and Dan Green Doctor Strange #41 Page 26 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). The Man-Thing takes down a chaos -
Gene Colan and Dan Green Doctor Strange #41 Page 26 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). The Man-Thing takes down a chaos demon on this page from "Weep for the Soul of Man". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with tape residue to the top edge.

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William Rosado and Will Blyberg New Titans #128 Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1995). Featuring Darkstar (Donna Troy), Green -
William Rosado and Will Blyberg New Titans #128 Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1995). Featuring Darkstar (Donna Troy), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Jarras Minion, Starfire, Blackfire, Arsenal, and Cyberion. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 16". In Excellent condition, with discolored production tape at the top and bottom edges.

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Robert M. Brinkerhoff All in the Family Sunday Topper Comic Strip Hand-Colored Original Art dated 1-7-34 (United -
Robert M. Brinkerhoff All in the Family Sunday Topper Comic Strip Hand-Colored Original Art dated 1-7-34 (United Feature Syndicate, 1934). The companion or "topper" strip to his popular strip Little Mary Mixup, done in ink and water color over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.5" x 8.25". Signed and inscribed in the bottom border. In Excellent condition, with overall toning.

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Ernie Bushmiller Fritzi Ritz Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-21-46 (United Feature Syndicate, 1946). The -
Ernie Bushmiller Fritzi Ritz Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-21-46 (United Feature Syndicate, 1946). The glamorous "good girl" art of Ernie Bushmiller is showcased in this eye-popping episode. This ink over graphite on Bristol board Sunday has an image area of 22" x 15.5", and aside from a glue-stained title logo, and some discoloration to the left edge of the board, the art is in Very Good condition.

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John Byrne Contemporary Pictorial Literature (CPL) Unpublished "The Heap" Illustration Original Art (1974). -
John Byrne Contemporary Pictorial Literature (CPL) Unpublished "The Heap" Illustration Original Art (1974). This piece bears John Byrne's early-style signature. It is from just a year before he started working regular for Marvel comics. A hand-written note on the back to Jack Monniger (who published his own fanzine) indicates the piece was intended to be inked before it was published. The Black Orchid pin-up cited was published in CPL #8. The Heap was a muck-monster from various Hillman comics of the 1940s. He was the inspiration for both Swamp Thing and Man-Thing. Created in pure graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Lightly toned, with minor stains in the lower margin. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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L.B. Cole Classics Illustrated #152: Wild Animals I Have Known Splash Page Original Art (Gilberton Publ., 1959). Many -
L.B. Cole Classics Illustrated #152: Wild Animals I Have Known Splash Page Original Art (Gilberton Publ., 1959). Many fans of pre-Comics Code horror will prize Cole's grisly censor-bait cover art from the post-WWII period. Cole's greater artistry, as a naturalistic illustrator, awaits popular rediscovery. A solid starting point is Cole's adaptation of Ernest Thompson Seton's Wild Animals I Have Known (1898), as fine a comic as Classics Illustrated ever issued -- loyal to the author, and rich in interpretive artistry. This evocative page introduces "Wully," the tale of a determined sheep-herding dog. (Seton is remembered today as a pioneer of the Boy Scouting movement.) Pure perfection, down to the finer detail of the stencil-based Leroy Method lettering. An interesting marginal note contains an editor's objection to the placement of the logotype; it is obvious that the complaint went unheeded. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 18.5". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Ernie Bushmiller Nancy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-3-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Nancy's friend -
Ernie Bushmiller Nancy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-3-69 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Nancy's friend Irma is still as a mad as a tiger in this wacky daily from a far more innocent time. The ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image area of 19" x 5.25". Other than a fold between panels two and three, for the purpose of mailing to the syndicate, the art is in Excellent condition.

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Pete Hoffman Jeff Cobb Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-1 (General Features Corp., c. 1960s). Fans of Steve -
Pete Hoffman Jeff Cobb Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-1 (General Features Corp., c. 1960s). Fans of Steve Roper & Mike Nomad will find plenty to admire about Jeff Cobb, a similarly conceived showcase for journalistic heroism. Hoffman had ghosted Steve Roper during its transition from gag-strip to dramatic narrative, and then in 1954 received the chance to launch his own such suspense-and-intrigue feature -- which lasted into 1978. This example, undated as to year, reflects Hoffman's maturing style of the 1960s. Ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 17.75" x 5.5". In Very Good condition, with toning to the credit stat, a missing syndicate stat, and production tape in the margins. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-63 (Publishers Newspaper Syndicate, 1963). Senor -
Milton Caniff Steve Canyon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-63 (Publishers Newspaper Syndicate, 1963). Senor Dysk and her husband seek an airplane to rent, while Steve Canyon deals with an armed passenger in this episode from 1963. The ink and white paint over graphite on Bristol board strip has an image area of 21.75" x 6.75", and the art is in Very Good condition, with overall toning, marginal notes, and white paint corrections.

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Harold Tucker Webster The Model Sunday Topper Strip Original Art dated 5-20-28 (Press Publishing, 1928). The Sunday -
Harold Tucker Webster The Model Sunday Topper Strip Original Art dated 5-20-28 (Press Publishing, 1928). The Sunday topper strip to Webster's The Man in the Brown Derby, this hand-colored ink and watercolor on thin Bristol board episode has an image area of 21.5" x 4.5". It has been mounted to a backing board and has overall toning and heavy foxing. In Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Fred Harman Red Ryder Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-8-53 (McNaught Syndicate, 1953). Three large panels -
Fred Harman Red Ryder Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-8-53 (McNaught Syndicate, 1953). Three large panels dominate this beautiful strip! We've sold just 15 Red Ryder originals of any sort in our 15 years of comic art auctions. The big ink over graphite on Bristol board image area is 22" x 6". In Excellent condition, with edge toning and slight handling wear.

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Tom Sutton Gee-Whiz V3#28 May-1960 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1960). Curves like that belong on a -
Tom Sutton Gee-Whiz V3#28 May-1960 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1960). Curves like that belong on a racetrack! Tom Sutton's sensuous art didn't really demand a punchline, but it got one anyway... "Your case is most unusual Miss Jones - Have you consulted a Chiropractor?" The gag was reprinted in the October 1968 issue of Laugh Digest. Ink over graphite on 9.75" x 13" art paper. Signed in the image area. Lightly toned and in Excellent condition.

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Gilbert Hernandez Birdland Story Page 11 Bang Bang and Inez Original Art (Fantagraphics/Eros, c. 1990s). Bang Bang has -
Gilbert Hernandez Birdland Story Page 11 Bang Bang and Inez Original Art (Fantagraphics/Eros, c. 1990s). Bang Bang has been replaced, and the girls are contemplating straight jobs on this page that dares all and shows all. The characters first appeared in Los Hernandez Bros. Love and Rockets, before moving over to Fantagraphics "Eros" imprint of adult titles. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8" x 13". There is some whiteout art correction. In Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Even Natasha Fatale -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Even Natasha Fatale is having her own #MeToo moment here in Hollywood. 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. The syndication strip still reads "1964"... four days into the year and no one had noticed yet. Sheesh. This wouldn't happen to Li'l Abner.

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Pat Olliffe and Al Williamson Untold Tales of Spider-Man #17 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1997). A great scene -
Pat Olliffe and Al Williamson Untold Tales of Spider-Man #17 Page 19 Original Art (Marvel, 1997). A great scene between Peter Parker and his Aunt May, with an emphasis on his girl troubles. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Some areas of adhesive residue; otherwise, in Excellent condition. Signed by Williams in the lower right.

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Kalman Andrasofsky Storm Shadow #6 Cover Original Art (Devil's Due Publishing, 2007). Featuring the Cobra ninja and -
Kalman Andrasofsky Storm Shadow #6 Cover Original Art (Devil's Due Publishing, 2007). Featuring the Cobra ninja and former ally Anibal Alcazar. Ink over blue pencil on Devil's Due Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 9.75". In Excellent condition, signed in the lower right.

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Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Tomb of Dracula #63 Page 31 Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Dracula comes face-to-face with the -
Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Tomb of Dracula #63 Page 31 Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Dracula comes face-to-face with the devil himself on this closing semi-splash page from the aptly titled "The Road to Hell!". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Very Good condition, signed by Colan in the lower right.

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Frank Brunner and Bruce Patterson Warp #5 Splash Page 1 Original Art (First, 1983). Xander the Unconquerable makes an -
Frank Brunner and Bruce Patterson Warp #5 Splash Page 1 Original Art (First, 1983). Xander the Unconquerable makes an impressive entrance on this opening splash from "The Darkest Hour!". Ink over graphite on First Comics Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Brunner along the bottom margin.

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Rick Hoberg and John Nyberg Green Arrow #49 Partial Story Original Art Group of 11 (DC, 1991). Oliver Queen befriends -
Rick Hoberg and John Nyberg Green Arrow #49 Partial Story Original Art Group of 11 (DC, 1991). Oliver Queen befriends a young Masai man, while Dinah Lance (aka Black Canary) ponders whether or not to move on with her life in the wake of Ollie's year-long absence. Included are pages 3-5, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 19, and 22; the eleventh page is a detailed 6.25" x 15" sketch of Oliver in graphite. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with image areas of 10" x 15". In overall Excellent condition.

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Francis Manapul Superman/Batman #60 Page 16 Original Art (DC, 2009). The Justice Titans -- Night Lantern, Donna -
Francis Manapul Superman/Batman #60 Page 16 Original Art (DC, 2009). The Justice Titans -- Night Lantern, Donna Wonder, and Aquaborg -- arrive to save Gothamopolis police commissioner Perry White from the evil Doomstroke on this page from the appropriately titled "Mash-Up". Ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Tom Palmer The Tomb of Dracula #6 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Dracula leads Confederate -
Gene Colan and Tom Palmer The Tomb of Dracula #6 Story Page 18 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). Dracula leads Confederate soldiers during the Civil war on this page from "A House Divided", the feature story from the final issue of the black and white magazine format title. Ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Colan, writer Jim Shooter, and Dave Simons (who illustrated the issue's editorial page) along the bottom margin.

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Mike Sekowsky and Dick Giordano Wonder Woman #187 Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1970). Thrilling car chase sequence from -
Mike Sekowsky and Dick Giordano Wonder Woman #187 Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1970). Thrilling car chase sequence from Diana's depowered, secret agent-esque era. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Sal Buscema and Joe Staton Incredible Hulk #203 Page 26 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Hulk frees his love Jarella from -
Sal Buscema and Joe Staton Incredible Hulk #203 Page 26 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Hulk frees his love Jarella from Psyklop on this exciting page from the issue that marked the villainous space alien's final appearance (to date). Staton finishes and inks over Buscema's layouts. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, with light adhesive residue to the top and bottom edges. Signed by Staton near the bottom left corner.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-2-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). It was only the -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-2-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). It was only the second day of the year, and already that no-good no-goodnik Boris Badenov was already taking a day off! 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. The syndication strip still reads "1964" because someone forgot to switch it over to the new year.

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Al Smith Mutt and Jeff Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (McNaught Syndicate, Year). Though created by Bud -
Al Smith Mutt and Jeff Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (McNaught Syndicate, Year). Though created by Bud Fisher -- one of the comics' first self-made millionaires -- Mutt and Jeff became primarily the work of Smith, who joined in 1932 as ghost-artist. Only in 1954, when Fisher died, did Smith begin to sign his own name. These splendid examples date from 4-15-57 and 7-22-57, each one a concentration of Smith's command of brisk, expressive linework and gently ironic humor. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with Zipatone shading. Image area, 19.5" x 5.5". Light toning and adhesive staining. Excellent condition.

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Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-3-80 (King Features Syndicate, 1980). -
Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-3-80 (King Features Syndicate, 1980). Flash and Zarkov search for the Anthrop's war colonies, under the sea, in this striking daily strip, produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 4". Slight toning, and a few whiteout corrections; otherwise, in Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Bob Fujitani.

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Harvey Artist Blondie #64 Complete 5-Page Story "Mr. America" Original Art (Harvey, 1954). A local "Mr. -
Harvey Artist Blondie #64 Complete 5-Page Story "Mr. America" Original Art (Harvey, 1954). A local "Mr. America" contest turns into a cat-fight among the wives of the contestants. The pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.5". The logo is a photocopied replacement affixed to the page. There are some discolored text corrections in the story. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Oscar Cesare Victoriano Huerta Editorial Comics Features Original Art Group of 2 (The Saturday Evening Post, c. -
Oscar Cesare Victoriano Huerta Editorial Comics Features Original Art Group of 2 (The Saturday Evening Post, c. 1910s). Not only did Huerta stir up trouble in Mexico as its short-lived dictator -- the traitor also conspired with Germany against the United States during World War I. Cesare devoted these well-paired cartoons to a campaign of ridicule against Huerta, encouraging his capture by US authorities and death-in-custody. Brilliantly conceived and elegantly drawn. Note the spanking-switch just beneath the blackboard in the classroom cartoon, with Woodrow Wilson as the schoolmaster. Ink and crayon over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 10" x 13". Moderate age-toning, scuffing, stains, and pin-puncture marks. Good to Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Mike Hoffman - Bast and her Followers Illustration Original Art (1998). Someone's been a bad kitty, and Bast is about -
Mike Hoffman - Bast and her Followers Illustration Original Art (1998). Someone's been a bad kitty, and Bast is about the lay down the punishment. Pure graphite on bright white 9" x 11.5" paper. Signed and dated in the lower right and in Excellent condition.

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William Van Horn Donald Duck and Co #2015-35 Complete 10-Page Story "Swallowed Whole" Original Art (Egmont, -
William Van Horn Donald Duck and Co #2015-35 Complete 10-Page Story "Swallowed Whole" Original Art (Egmont, 2015). Originally published in Norway on 8-24-2015, This story starts with a Gyro Gearloose invention, but quickly turns into a wacky Donald Duck adventure with a video game virtual reality twist. It was published in the US in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #733 by IDW in 2016. The pages are created in ink over blue pencil on sections of bright white Bristol board. Two sections make up each page, conjoined on the reverse with production tape, with a combined image area of approximately 15" x 22" each. Every page is signed by Van Horn in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-7-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Rocky is locked in a -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-7-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Rocky is locked in a box and about to watch his best friend be mauled by a mountain lion. Bullwinkle is, as usual, clueless. Will Hollywood Hi-jinks turn into a Tinseltown Tearjerker? Tune in tomorrow to find out! 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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Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Football Related Comic Strip Original Art Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate Inc., c. late -
Fred Thomas Long Shots Daily Football Related Comic Strip Original Art Group of 20 (Hall Syndicate Inc., c. late 1960s). These Fred Thomas daily strips take gridiron antics to a humorous level. They were produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of approximately 18" x 5", the logo for each strip is a printed paste-up. There is minor toning and edge wear, and possibly a few art or text corrections; otherwise, they average Excellent condition.

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Gilbert Wilkinson The Judge Vol. 83 Original Art (Judge Publ., 1922). Judge, a historic precursor of MAD Magazine and -
Gilbert Wilkinson The Judge Vol. 83 Original Art (Judge Publ., 1922). Judge, a historic precursor of MAD Magazine and The National Lampoon, carried this bright Sunday-school gag in its 9-23-22 issue. The parson asks: "How did I say the animals were got into the Ark?" The muddle-headed child (standing) replies: "You said Noah bent them in twos." Wilkinson lends the crowd scene a wealth of personality; each face is fittingly expressive. Magnificent stuff, here. A handwritten note on reverse cites Life (originally a Judge-like humor magazine). Ink over graphite on smooth, noticeably toned Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 10". The stock has become brittle and stain-speckled with age, including barked corners, but remains intact. Pin-punctures at upper margin. Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Gene Colan and Dave Simons Hulk #27 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Bruce Banner's guru/psychic friend -
Gene Colan and Dave Simons Hulk #27 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Bruce Banner's guru/psychic friend takes him inside his own mind in a bid to tame the Hulk on this page from "Feudin' ". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15"; the lettering is in ink on a thick illustration onionskin overlay. In Very Good condition.

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Peter Pan Records Artist Popeye Christmas Album #8125 Back Cover Original Art, Color Guides, and Front Cover -
Peter Pan Records Artist Popeye Christmas Album #8125 Back Cover Original Art, Color Guides, and Front Cover Production Stat Group of 4 (Peter Pan Records, 1977). The back cover line art features four panels representing the four stories on this album... "Christmas Pie", "Pearl Burgers", "Deck the Halls", and "Santa Popeye". The art features Popeye, Olive Oyl, Wimpy, Roughhouse, Santa Claus, and Bluto! The art was created in ink on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 12". There is a very slight smudge in the ink on the far right side, and a touch of whiteout art correction. Overall in Excellent condition. From this image, a 1-to-1 scale stat was made, and it was hand-colored as a color guide for the printer. This is included, along with a hand-colored stat color guide for the front cover. This measures 8.5" x 9". Lastly, there is the layout stat for the front cover. this large image is all 100% stat, but it is what they used to produced the cover. The image area measures 13" x 13" on the 20" x 16" illustration board. These are all in Excellent condition.

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Howard Sherman Western Comics #29 Story Page 4 Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1951). Between the original superhero -
Howard Sherman Western Comics #29 Story Page 4 Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1951). Between the original superhero boom of the 1940s and a revival during the middle 1950s, DC kept its high-adventure artists busy with such genres as frontier action. This splendid page catches Sherman -- once associated with the Doctor Fate franchise -- in fine form on a 'way-out-West thriller. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Walter Berndt Smitty New Years Day Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-1-43 (Chicago Tribune, 1943). In this episode, -
Walter Berndt Smitty New Years Day Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-1-43 (Chicago Tribune, 1943). In this episode, titled, "...And To You!", Smitty wishes everyone a happy New Year! The image area measures 19.75" x 6", with moderate toning and light soiling; otherwise, the ink over graphite on Bristol board art is in Very Good condition. This particular daily was at one time gifted to cartoonist Edmond Good and is signed and inscribed so, by Berndt, in the last panel.

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Harvey Artist Sad Sack #195 Complete 5-Page Story "Problem Boy" Original Art (Harvey, 1967). General Rockjaw -
Harvey Artist Sad Sack #195 Complete 5-Page Story "Problem Boy" Original Art (Harvey, 1967). General Rockjaw finds that there is no place safe from the "Problem Boy". The pages were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 16". The logo is a stat paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Jack Davis TV Guide June 18-24 Preliminary Cover "Laverne and Shirley" Original Art (TV Guide, 1977). This -
Jack Davis TV Guide June 18-24 Preliminary Cover "Laverne and Shirley" Original Art (TV Guide, 1977). This prelim piece by that MAD-man Jack Davis shows that his crazy covers only look chaotic and out of control. In fact, there is a lot of advance work, planning, and preparation done to archive that exploding chaos energy so prevalent in his work. Here he very skillfully and lovingly caricatures Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall, the stars of the run-away comedy hit Laverne and Shirley. This work is created in ink and watercolor over graphite with a matted image area of 9.5" x 14.5". Signed in the image area. It is glass front framed to 15.25" x 20". In Excellent condition.

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Gary Gianni The Last Pin Inscribed Original Art (F&B Mystery, 1996). Gianni is too young to have taken part in the -
Gary Gianni The Last Pin Inscribed Original Art (F&B Mystery, 1996). Gianni is too young to have taken part in the glory days of pulp fiction, but he caught up impressively with The Last Pin, a collection of Howard Wandrei's hard-boiled pulp yarns from such Depression-era magazines as Detective Fiction Weekly and Black Mask and Spicy Detective Stories. This brilliant illustration heralds the tale of a phantom killer. Signed at lower margin. Ink over graphite on richly textured bright white Bristol board. Image area, 6.5" x 8.5". Excellent condition.

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Mary Jane Fahey Popeye: Oyle on Troubled Waters Cover Painting Original Art (Peter Pan Records, 1976). A bright and -
Mary Jane Fahey Popeye: Oyle on Troubled Waters Cover Painting Original Art (Peter Pan Records, 1976). A bright and vibrant gouache painting of Popeye and Olive Oyl graced the cover for this 45" release of this book and record set (later released as a book and cassette set). The image area measures 11" x 11.5" on illustration board. In Excellent condition.

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Ralph Heimdahl and Al Stoffel Bugs Bunny Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (Warner Bros. Inc., 1971). Bugs and -
Ralph Heimdahl and Al Stoffel Bugs Bunny Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (Warner Bros. Inc., 1971). Bugs and Elmer Fudd star in these three consecutive strips dated 7-15, 7-16, and 7-17-71. Done in ink on Duotone board, they have image areas of approximately 20" x 5.75". Closely trimmed to the top and bottom borders; otherwise in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Alan Aldridge Zodiac - Aries Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). Best known for his psychedelic artwork made for -
Alan Aldridge Zodiac - Aries Illustration Original Art (c. 1970s). Best known for his psychedelic artwork made for books and record covers (for bands such as The Beatles and The Who), Alan Aldridge was a celebrated and highly sought artist, who just passed away in 2017 at the age of 73. This gorgeous piece was created in ink and gouache on 10" x 10" illustration board. The image has a 5.5" diameter. The work is signed in the lower right. Also included are two onionskin overlays with some additional art direction, and one of those is signed with his recognizable "spider" signature. There is a minor defect in the top of the building in the background of the painted art, however it is hard to say if that was done at the time of creation or not. In Excellent condition.

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Curt Swan How To Draw Super Heroes Pages 6-7 Illustration Superman Original Art (Golden Books, 1983). If you have ever -
Curt Swan How To Draw Super Heroes Pages 6-7 Illustration Superman Original Art (Golden Books, 1983). If you have ever saw Curt Swan's Superman art and wondered how he did it... now's your chance to see! Swan breaks down his classic Man of Steel flying pose on Page 6, and finished it out with detail on Page 7. These drawings were completed in pure graphite on two sheets of Bristol board conjoined on the reverse with production tape. The overall size is 16" x 10", with the image area taking up the top half of each page. In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-76 (King Features Syndicate, 1976). Clean lines, -
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-76 (King Features Syndicate, 1976). Clean lines, action, and drama were the hallmarks of this fan-favorite strip. Frank Robbins delivered the excitement with no trouble at all! Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.75" x 4.25". Very slight overall toning; otherwise; in Excellent condition.

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Edd Cartier The Case of the Modern Jekyll-Hyde Page 115 Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features Syndicate, -
Edd Cartier The Case of the Modern Jekyll-Hyde Page 115 Spot Illustration Original Art (King Features Syndicate, 1948). An illustration for the Frank Gruber story "The Case of the Modern Jekyll-Hyde", which ran in a pulp magazine in 1948. The art is numbered "MJH-6", indicating it was the sixth image for that story. Produced in ink and Conte crayon over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 7" x 7.25". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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John Prentice Rip Kirby Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-28-75 (King Features, 1975). Riverboat gambling, -
John Prentice Rip Kirby Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-28-75 (King Features, 1975). Riverboat gambling, beautiful women, and dashing, gunslinging gentlemen, all you could ask for in this Rip Kirby daily, done in ink and Zipatone (which has yellowed with age - one small piece is missing in the first panel) over graphite on Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 16.75" x 5". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Dan DeCarlo Cartoon Parade April-1961 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1961). This curvy coryphée -
Dan DeCarlo Cartoon Parade April-1961 Illustration Original Art (Timely/Humorama, 1961). This curvy coryphée shows that Dan DeCarlo knew his way around a shapely form long before he began illustrating those Riverdale rivals Betty and Veronica. This single panel gag, with the punchline "Let's face it miss - as a graceful ballet dancer, you've a beautiful bust!", was also reprinted in the January 1971 issue of Romp V6#60. Created in ink over graphite on 10" x 14" Bristol board. Light toning and handling wear. In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
John Higgins Batman: The Killing Joke (nn) Story Page 25 Color Production Art Original Art (DC, 1988). A brutal, and -
John Higgins Batman: The Killing Joke (nn) Story Page 25 Color Production Art Original Art (DC, 1988). A brutal, and critical page from the groundbreaking story that redefined the Joker and had long-lasting repercussions on the life of Barbara Gordon. This is the page where the Joker forced her father, Commissioner Gordon, to look at photos that the Joker had taken of Barbara just after he had shot her.. a shot that paralyzed her legs and led to the end of her career as Batgirl. This color production page was created in by printing Brian Bolland's original line art in blue on 11" x 17" paper. John Higgins then airbrushed the vibrant color work on the paper and an acetate overlay of the printed black line art was added to finish it out. In Excellent condition. Note: Only the color work is original art.

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Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1980-90s). Thomas' limitless sense of humor -
Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1980-90s). Thomas' limitless sense of humor shines through in these single panel gag strips, each designed to elicit a hearty guffaw, and the occasional chortle. These are ink over graphite on 8.5" x 11" paper. Each is signed and in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Tom Sutton Planet of the Apes #23 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). A dramatic confrontation brews on this -
Tom Sutton Planet of the Apes #23 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). A dramatic confrontation brews on this page from the surreal story Messiah of the Monkey Demons". Ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13.5" x 19.5". In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Gene Gonzales and David Rowe The Maze Agency #1 Splash Page Original Art (Caliber Press, 1997). Dynamic introductory -
Gene Gonzales and David Rowe The Maze Agency #1 Splash Page Original Art (Caliber Press, 1997). Dynamic introductory page finds investigative partners Jennifer Mays and Gabriel Webb -- billed as "comicdom's favorite detectives" -- encountering a slain superhero known as Justice Girl. Splendidly constructed, after the fashion of Depression-era pulp-fiction art, with echoes of the great Murphy Anderson in Rowe's precise and mannered inking. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Gwailo Splash Page 30 Original Art (c. 2000s). A mysterious page from unknown origin, it is nevertheless well crafted -
Gwailo Splash Page 30 Original Art (c. 2000s). A mysterious page from unknown origin, it is nevertheless well crafted in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". The text is printed paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Strip Original Art Group of 2 dated 6-29 and 7-6-86 (King Features -
Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Strip Original Art Group of 2 dated 6-29 and 7-6-86 (King Features Syndicate, 1986). These two consecutive, action-filled, ink over graphite on Bristol board Sundays were done by the legendary team of Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani. The image areas measure approximately 16" x 8". Dated 6-29 and 7-6-86, these strips have production tape and registration marks in the margins, overall toning, and rusted staples in the top left corners. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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Rick Hoberg and Alfredo Alcala Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-7-80 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1980). -
Rick Hoberg and Alfredo Alcala Star Wars Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-7-80 (L. A. Times Syndicate, 1980). From the eighth week of the strip, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and Boba Fett are all featured in this episode. Just look at that great, big, second panel! A beautifully drawn daily, done in ink and white paint over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 4.5". In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Peter Pan Records Artist Paw Paws: The Northern Arrow Complete 24-Page Story and The Golden Canoe Cover Original Art -
Peter Pan Records Artist Paw Paws: The Northern Arrow Complete 24-Page Story and The Golden Canoe Cover Original Art Group of 14 (Peter Pan Records, 1985). The Paw Paws was a cartoon segment on The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera from 1985-86. Peter Pan Records produced two Paw Paws book and record sets. Included is the complete art for the story The Northern Arrow (and Page also served as the album cover). Also included is the cover and Page 15 from the other story, The Golden Canoe. All of the main characters are represented on this brightly colored gouache pages on Bristol board. All of the Northern Arrow pages are produced two-per-page on 18" x 9.75" Bristol board with an image area of 7" x 7.5" per page. The cover for Golden Canoe has an image area of 7.5" x 7.5" on a slightly larger piece of board. The page from that issue has an image area of 6.5" x 7" on its own board. All are in Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-6-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). It was the first -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-6-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). It was the first Monday of the year, and time for a quick recap of events... so we get a panel each of Bullwinkle, Boris, and Natasha, each dealing with their own problems. 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. On this, the sixth day of the year, they finally changed the syndication strip to read "1964". Tires get changed quicker than that.

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Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: O.J. Simpson Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios, -
Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: O.J. Simpson Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios, 1994). Price's true-crime trading-card folios sparked a lasting controversy, branching from serial killers and mass-murder cases into such notorious cases as the O.J. Simpson murder trial. This portrait captures the once-beloved athlete in a wary moment during his trial. Significantly larger than the miniature published version. Ink and white watercolor over blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 13.5". Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Rich Larson - Nude Women with Egyptian Theme Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (undated). Peril in a Pin-Up! Pure -
Rich Larson - Nude Women with Egyptian Theme Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (undated). Peril in a Pin-Up! Pure graphite on 8.5" x 10.5" paper and signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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J. H. Williams and Mick Gray Tangent/Green Lantern #1 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1997). From the one-shot series -
J. H. Williams and Mick Gray Tangent/Green Lantern #1 Story Page 8 Original Art (DC, 1997). From the one-shot series that featured all-new characters using established DC names. This page is from the Green Lantern story "From Beyond the Unknown". The "Tangent Universe" versions of the Flash and the Atom are visible in the second panel. Ink and whiteout effects over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". (The outer space border is a photostat.) In Excellent condition, with discolored production tape to the top and bottom edges.

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13/05/2018
Mark Bagley and John Dell Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #1 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 2017). It seems that Ms. -
Mark Bagley and John Dell Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #1 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 2017). It seems that Ms. Mercury is quite aware that persuasion is only limited to the amount of information one possesses in this story by Peter David. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15". Signed at bottom. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-13 (N.Y. Tribune, c. 1930s). With their playful -
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-13 (N.Y. Tribune, c. 1930s). With their playful antics and charming personalities, Gene Byrnes' kids were irresistible. In this ink over graphite on Bristol board Sunday, it costs a penny to make a penny! This prosperous page has an image area of 17 x 10.75", with the companion strip and title tier missing. There is a bit of toning, staining, and handling wear. There is also a crease that runs through four panels, that would frame out nicely. In Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Gaar Williams Wotta Life! Wotta Life! Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-24-28 (Chicago Tribune, -
Gaar Williams Wotta Life! Wotta Life! Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-24-28 (Chicago Tribune, 1928). A splendid gag about the ignorance and uncaring of people who are self-consumed. Brilliant stuff, here, with emphatic, kinetic body language that seems poised to spring to life. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 13". Moderate age-toning, and a few marginal push-pin punctures. In Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Samuel Clarke Hawbaker, Ian Akin, and Brian Garvey Samuree #6 Splash Page 22 Megalith Original Art (Continuity, 1989). -
Samuel Clarke Hawbaker, Ian Akin, and Brian Garvey Samuree #6 Splash Page 22 Megalith Original Art (Continuity, 1989). From the Neal Adams' publishing company of the late 1980s, Continuity Comics, this page features the company strong-man, Megalith. Created in ink over graphite on 12.25" x 17" Bristol board. Lightly toned, in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Gill Fox National Comics Story Page 6 Original Art (Quality Comics, 1943). Fox's eccentric big-nose/big-foot -
Gill Fox National Comics Story Page 6 Original Art (Quality Comics, 1943). Fox's eccentric big-nose/big-foot cartooning style makes a delight of this closing page from a Kid Patrol story, "The Thing from Mars." One of the heroic Kid Patrol gang thwarts a Martian invasion by wrecking the intruder's robotic body -- not to give away too much. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Moderate age-toning and marginal rust stains. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-17-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Mopsy, Parker's -
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-17-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Mopsy, Parker's long-running flapper-turned-Feminist character, delivers a zinger to her boss in this edgy entry from late in the artist's career. 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, with one small adhesive stain. Excellent condition.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-1-65 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1965). A late-in-life -
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-1-65 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1965). A late-in-life installment of Parker's long-running Good Girl Art feature finds the cartoonist in as fine a form as ever -- with a witty commentary on the exercise-machine craze of the 1960s. Image area, 5.75" x 7.25". Light toning. Very Good condition.

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13/05/2018
Bill Vigoda and Terry Szenics Archie Annual #13: "Something of Value!" Complete 6-Page Story Original Art -
Bill Vigoda and Terry Szenics Archie Annual #13: "Something of Value!" Complete 6-Page Story Original Art (Archie Comics, 1961). A strangely provocative story, considering the safe-as-milk nature of the Archie books: Reggie Mantle develops the mistaken impression that classmate Big Moose Mason has put up his girlfriend, Midge, as collateral for a loan. The lead artist, Bill Vigoda, is a brother of the actor Abe Vigoda. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Joe Kubert Showcase #86 Firehair Double Splash Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1969). Kubert, best known for his World -
Joe Kubert Showcase #86 Firehair Double Splash Page Original Art (DC Comics, 1969). Kubert, best known for his World War II comics and the Hawkman makeover, proves a savvy chronicler of Native American lore with this frontier epic. This two-page image imparts a sense of the wide-open spaces as Kubert's original script captures an episode of tribal life. The page numbers are 2 and 3. Ink and crayon over graphite on two pieces of pebbled Coquille board, with an overall image size of 21.5" x 15". The art has been tightly trimmed at borders and re-fastened to separate sheets of coated stock; some adhesive separation and peeling. Moderate toning and scattered adhesive staining. In Very Good Condition.

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13/05/2018
Alban A. "Wally" Wallgren The American Legion Magazine: "4th of July Celebration" Complete 1-Page -
Alban A. "Wally" Wallgren The American Legion Magazine: "4th of July Celebration" Complete 1-Page Story Original Art (the American Legion, 1938). Now, here's a surprise: A Depression-era gag comic, aligned with a patriotic publication, with the rambunctious manner and the irreverent attitude that one associates with the Underground Comix movement of the 1960s-70s. Wallgren had been a prominent military artist during World War II. He spent the 1930s-40s doing big-nose/big-foot gag-humor including a comic strip, The Muddledups, and showy display pages for American Legion. This page, in particular, foreshadows such Underground pacesetters as Robert Crumb and Gary Hallgren (no kin to Wallgren). Brilliant. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Jesse Santos Tales of Sword and Sorcery: Dagar the Invincible #8 Page 14 Original Art (Gold Key/Western, 1974). Santos -
Jesse Santos Tales of Sword and Sorcery: Dagar the Invincible #8 Page 14 Original Art (Gold Key/Western, 1974). Santos and scenarist Don Glut brought a great maturation of style in the Gold Key titles, lending a Marvel-style sense of internal continuity and introducing mature-minded themes of adventure, romance, and terror, in such series as Dagar and Dr. Spektor. This splendid large-scale sequence pits the warrior Dagar against a reanimated corpse. Fine showcase for Santos' bold and textured brushwork. Signed by Glut at upper right. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.5" x 17.75. Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Newt Alfred Master Comics #4 Story Page 4 Original Art (Fawcett Comics, 1940). From the dawn of the superhero genre -- -
Newt Alfred Master Comics #4 Story Page 4 Original Art (Fawcett Comics, 1940). From the dawn of the superhero genre -- a rare example of Master Man, "Stronger than untamed horses! Swifter than raging winds! Braver than mighty lions!..." Yes, well, you get the picture. This page comes from Master Man's fourth appearance; he lasted for six issues before DC Comics (Superman's trademark-wrangler) shut him down with the threat of a Iawsuit. Here, Master Man strikes out against an underground menace. A bonus is a marginal rubber-stamp imprint from the historically important Harry "A" Chesler comics studio. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 14.75" x 21.5". Moderate toning, with scattered adhesive staining. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Ralph Cleaver The Colonial Conference Original Art (1907). Cleaver applies cartooning skills to journalistic purposes -
Ralph Cleaver The Colonial Conference Original Art (1907). Cleaver applies cartooning skills to journalistic purposes in this on-the-spot report from Great Britain's Colonial Conference of 1907. Winston Churchill, holding his first political office as Undersecretary of State for the Colonies, dominates the montage as he blasts a newspaper for "a baseless and impudent fabrication." Other dignitaries of a since-collapsed empire include Congo invaders Sir John Kennaway and the scandal-prone Sir Charles Dilke. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 12". Marginal toning and pinpoint punctures. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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13/05/2018
Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta Two-Gun Kid #85 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1967). So when do we get to -
Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta Two-Gun Kid #85 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1967). So when do we get to see a Two-Gun Kid movie from Marvel Studios? The masked Westerner has been around 'way longer than the Avengers or the Black Panther, and the crossover possibilities are solid. Why, this page alone has the Two-Gun Kid meeting up with the Rawhide Kid -- another Marvel outlaw/hero -- to even out the odds in an ambush-showdown. Ayers' cinematic compositions and emphatic close-ups mesh well with Colletta's broad-brush inking. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.5" x 18.5". Light toning. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
John Severin Cracked #139: "Cracked Interviews the Antique King" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Major -
John Severin Cracked #139: "Cracked Interviews the Antique King" Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Major Publ., 1977). Cracked took the MAD Magazine model in a distinctive direction by enlisting Severin to develop satirical stories filled with sight-gags and wordplay. This clever piece lampoons the antiques-shopping craze via an interview with a smart-aleck dealer -- and then closes on a gag poking fun at Cracked magazine itself. A nifty Disney reference caps the piece. Ink over graphite on DuoTone chemical-shading board. Image area, 12.5" x 17". Pronounced toning and scattered advesive staining. Good to Very condition.

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Joe Kubert All-New Comics #10 Story Page 7 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1944). While paying his dues as a teen-age -
Joe Kubert All-New Comics #10 Story Page 7 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1944). While paying his dues as a teen-age newcomer to the upstart comic-book trade, Kubert shows hints of greatness to come. This clean-lined high-contrast page captures an essence of terror in an armed siege. The style involves the intense black-vs.-white ink-spotting technique that would much later distinguish the Sin City style of Frank Miller. Signed at lower margin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 19". Light toning. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Alex Koda Smash Comics #33 Story Page 5 Original Art (Quality Comics, 1942). The Marksman, a heroic archer, attacks a -
Alex Koda Smash Comics #33 Story Page 5 Original Art (Quality Comics, 1942). The Marksman, a heroic archer, attacks a Russian general who has sold out to the Nazis. Heavy-duty Axis-buster action, featuring the Polish freedom-fighter in his début episode. High-contrast page features five unusual illusions of 3-D depth, with the characters' extremities overlapping the panel borders. Many years later, the Marksman would return in DC Comics' Elseworlds miniseries, JLA Destiny, as DC undertook to deploy the original Quality Comics characters in new settings. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Eddy Barrows "Batman and Family" Batman, Nightwing, and Robin Commission Illustration Original Art (c. -
Eddy Barrows "Batman and Family" Batman, Nightwing, and Robin Commission Illustration Original Art (c. 2000s). Batman, Nightwing, and one of the Robins (likely Tim Drake) on a fantastic cover that captures the feel of the Bat-Family, right down to the gothic buildings and flock of bats below the Bat-Signal in the sky. A marvelous piece in ink and grey tone watercolor on bright white 11" x 17" DC cover stock Bristol board. Signed in the top margin and in Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Mario Acquaviva Archie's Pals 'n' Gals #44 Complete 8-Page Story "Home James" Original Art -
Stan Goldberg and Mario Acquaviva Archie's Pals 'n' Gals #44 Complete 8-Page Story "Home James" Original Art (Archie Comics, 1968). Archie and the gang try to impress a man that they think is a Hollywood talent scout. Hi-jinx ensue. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are some paste-up original art corrections, and some paste-up text corrections (one is missing). The paste-up stat logo from Page 1 is missing. Overall the pages are in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-3-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Rocky the Flying -
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-3-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Rocky the Flying Squirrel has been locked in a box, but that doesn't stop him from taking at shot at Steve Reeves, star of Hercules movies from the late 1950s. Geez Rock, what did Steve ever do to you? 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. The syndication strip still reads "1964" because someone wasn't doing their job.

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Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker Buz Sawyer Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1977-78). -
Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker Buz Sawyer Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1977-78). Buz Sawyer is a powerful testament to the genius of Roy Crane, a master of the action-adventure comic strip. Crane's direct, simple style, and crisp, detailed line work, is accented by Duotone board to create depth of perspective, and new dimensions to lighting. Included are dailies from 2-10-77, and 5-22 and 7-27-78. The strips are signed Crane, but assistant Hank Schlensker took most of the art responsibility for the strip after 1970. The strips have approximate image areas of 15" x 4.75" and average Excellent condition.

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Walter Hoban Jerry on the Job Daily Comic Strip dated 1-21-30 Original Art (International Feature Service, 1930). -
Walter Hoban Jerry on the Job Daily Comic Strip dated 1-21-30 Original Art (International Feature Service, 1930). Hoban's Jerry on the Job, about a hyperactive office boy, ranks with E.C. Segar's Thimble Theater (alias Popeye) and Clifford Sterrett's Polly and Her Pals in terms of energetic slapstick, extravagant wordplay, and high-style cartoon exaggerations. This fine specimen finds Jerry's boss so unnerved that he requires a tonic. Jerry is, as usual, On the Job. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 24.25" x 5.5". Overall toning has this piece in Very Good condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-5-59 (Hall Syndicate, 1959). It's another case of mistaken -
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-5-59 (Hall Syndicate, 1959). It's another case of mistaken identity, with Albert and Beauregard taking on a "Martian" (a covered-up Porky Pine). Very funny! Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 16.5" x 4.5". Handling wear and pinholes in the top margin. There is a crease between the second and third panels for syndicate mailing purposes; The image area remains in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Mort Walker Beetle Bailey Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-25-83 (King Features Syndicate, 1983). What's the -
Mort Walker Beetle Bailey Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-25-83 (King Features Syndicate, 1983). What's the perfect birthday gift for perpetually stationary Beetle Bailey? Why, stationery, of course! Ink on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 4", matted to an overall size of 20" x 10". The art is in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Tod Smith and Donald Hudson Savage Sword of Conan #188 Page 40 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). An unusually emotional -
Tod Smith and Donald Hudson Savage Sword of Conan #188 Page 40 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). An unusually emotional page for the series, as Conan bids a tearful farewell to a woman and her sorceress daughter. Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Dave Cockrum Superboy #200 Page 16 Original Art (DC, 1974). The evil Starfinger kidnaps Duo Damsel on this page from -
Dave Cockrum Superboy #200 Page 16 Original Art (DC, 1974). The evil Starfinger kidnaps Duo Damsel on this page from "The Legionnaire Bride of Starfinger". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Very Good condition with mild overall tanning and tape residue to the edges.

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13/05/2018
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Ricardo Villagran Atari Force #3 Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1984). Great early-'80s space -
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Ricardo Villagran Atari Force #3 Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1984). Great early-'80s space opera action! Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 14". In Very Good condition with adhesive residue from three detached word balloons (two of which are included)

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13/05/2018
Doug Rice and Sam Kieth Manhunter #1 Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1988). Manhunter's attempt to bust captain Cold is -
Doug Rice and Sam Kieth Manhunter #1 Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1988). Manhunter's attempt to bust captain Cold is complicated by the presence of the press as well as the police. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". In Excellent condition, signed by Rice at the top. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Norm Breyfogle Batman: Shadow of the Bat #5 Page 19 Original Art (DC, 1992). The vigilante known as Black Spider takes -
Norm Breyfogle Batman: Shadow of the Bat #5 Page 19 Original Art (DC, 1992). The vigilante known as Black Spider takes on a gang criminals as Batman races to the scene in the Batmobile. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Area of water damage tot he top left edge; otherwise, in Excellent condition. Signed by Breyfogle between the second and third panels.

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13/05/2018
John Calnan and Bob Smith World's Finest Comics #244 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1977). The Vigilante is featured -
John Calnan and Bob Smith World's Finest Comics #244 Story Page 2 Original Art (DC, 1977). The Vigilante is featured in eery panel of this page from the backup story "Explosion In A Small Town!". Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with discolored tape at the top and bottom edges. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Matt Haley and Tom Simmons Ghost #4 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 1995). Barb Wire guest stars on this cover from -
Matt Haley and Tom Simmons Ghost #4 Cover Original Art (Dark Horse, 1995). Barb Wire guest stars on this cover from the original run of the title. Ink over blue pencil on Dark Horse Comics art board with an image area of 11" x 17". In Excellent condition, signed by the artists. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #51 Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). A time-travelling Stephen -
Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin Doctor Strange #51 Page 21 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). A time-travelling Stephen Strange encounters Nick Fury, Dum Dum Dugan, and Pamela Hawley during the Battle of Britain on this page from "A Time for Love, a Time for Hate!". Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Curt Swan and Vince Colletta Superman #387 Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1983). Superman's attempt to rescue the world's -
Curt Swan and Vince Colletta Superman #387 Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1983). Superman's attempt to rescue the world's leaders from the Planeteer proves to be difficult. Ink and Zipatone over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Stephen Sadowski and Michael Bair JSA #9 Page 17 Original Art (DC, 2000). Great page featuring Sentinel, Atom-Smasher, -
Stephen Sadowski and Michael Bair JSA #9 Page 17 Original Art (DC, 2000). Great page featuring Sentinel, Atom-Smasher, Black Canary, Doctor Fate, Flash, Hawkgirl, Hourman, Star-Spangled Kid, and Doctor Mid-Nite. Ink over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". In Excellent condition, signed by Bair in the lower right. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Ray Bailey Bruce Gentry Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8/28/46 (N.Y. Post Corp., 1946). The earliest of the only -
Ray Bailey Bruce Gentry Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8/28/46 (N.Y. Post Corp., 1946). The earliest of the only three Bruce Gentry dailies that we have ever offered! Bruce and Ricardo, two rather swarthy gentlemen star in this sweet (smelling) episode! This particular daily was gifted to Edmond Good, pulp artist and artist on Scorchy Smith, by Bailey, back in 1946. Done in ink over graphite on Bristol board, the image area measures 21.75" x 6.5". In very Good condition, with edge wear and overall toning. Signed and inscribed in the last panel.

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Curt Swan and Dave Hunt Action Comics #517 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1981). Superman rescues a mysterious -
Curt Swan and Dave Hunt Action Comics #517 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1981). Superman rescues a mysterious spaceship on this page from "The War for Peace!". Ink and whiteout effects over graphite on DC Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King, 1971). An explosive trio of suspenseful -
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 (King, 1971). An explosive trio of suspenseful episodes from a master of crime melodrama, dated 12-9, 12-11, and 12-15-71. Dynamic angular compositions, produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of 18.25" x 5.5". Faint toning in the margins; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Gil Kane and Klaus Janson Jungle Action #9 Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). Black Panther is assailed by mystery -
Gil Kane and Klaus Janson Jungle Action #9 Page 11 Original Art (Marvel, 1974). Black Panther is assailed by mystery and intrigue on this page from "Panther's Rage". Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition with a small area of soiling in the last panel and tape residue to the right and bottom edges.

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Frank Robbins Scorchy Smith Daily and Partial Comic Strip Original Art Group (Associated Press Syndicate, c. early -
Frank Robbins Scorchy Smith Daily and Partial Comic Strip Original Art Group (Associated Press Syndicate, c. early 1940s). Scorchy's most remarkable artist, next to the original artist Noel Sickles, was Frank Robbins, whose forceful, virile line and drawing endowed the strip with striking reality and a very real solidity. The date on this strip (at least three panels of the strip, the last panel may have been cut off -- image area of 13.25" x 4.5") is February 2, but the year is uncertain. Also includes a panel from another Scorchy daily (4.5" x 5" image area). Robbins began working on this strip in 1939, and continued until 1944, when he began Johnny Hazard for King Features Syndicate. Ink over graphite on Bristol board.

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Christian Zanier and Steve Moncuse Ghost #5 Page 8 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Ghost is aided by a mysterious -
Christian Zanier and Steve Moncuse Ghost #5 Page 8 Original Art (Dark Horse, 1999). Ghost is aided by a mysterious former lover. Ink over graphite on Dark Horse Comics art board board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Phil Jimenez, Andy Lanning, and Others Wonder Woman #175 Splash Page 10 Original Art (DC, 2001). Diana seems -
Phil Jimenez, Andy Lanning, and Others Wonder Woman #175 Splash Page 10 Original Art (DC, 2001). Diana seems outmatched as a monstrously deranged Superman looms over her, his rage driven only by the most primordial of emotions, hate and anger. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". All text are stat paste-ups. There is a slight stain in the bottom left of the page. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Tom Morgan and Randy Emberlin Avengers West Coast #58 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Wonder Man assists a -
Tom Morgan and Randy Emberlin Avengers West Coast #58 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Wonder Man assists a young girl looking for her brother who, trying to rescue his cat Scratchy, has been trapped under a layer of fallen building debris! All ends well, as brother and sister are reunited! Talk about having nine lives! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There's an art correction in the last panel, as well as the text being hand lettered paste-ups, which have become toned and discolored. The page is also slightly toned. Signed in the bottom left margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Jan Duursema and Jesse Delperdang Professor Xavier and the X-Men #4 Original Art (Marvel, 1996). Professor Xavier -
Jan Duursema and Jesse Delperdang Professor Xavier and the X-Men #4 Original Art (Marvel, 1996). Professor Xavier criticizes Moira's proposed candidates (Storm and Nightcrawler) for joining the X-Men. All the while struggling internally, fearing that any potential member might find themselves under the tutelage of Magneto. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight toning in the panels. Text is all hand lettered paste-ups. Signed by Duursema at the bottom. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Rodney Ramos and Jimmy Palmiotti What If...? #33 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Logan's young niece is -
Rodney Ramos and Jimmy Palmiotti What If...? #33 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1992). Logan's young niece is startled from her slumber by a searing nightmare, and confides in her uncle that a bird made of fire killed her mother! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slightly toned page with some minor staining in the first panel. There's also a text correction in Panel 5. Overall in Excellent condition.

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Kevin Nowlan and Terry Austin Dr. Strange #57 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1983). The title page for Roger -
Kevin Nowlan and Terry Austin Dr. Strange #57 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1983). The title page for Roger Stern's story "Gather My Disciples Before Me!" Depicts a incognito Steven Strange enjoying his morning with a hot cup of brew. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13.75" (counting the indicia stat paste-up). Page is slightly toned with stripped-in hand lettered text corrections taped from front and back on Panels 3 and 4. There is also a text correction in the first and second panels along with an art correction in Panel 3. Top of page has also been affixed with tape on the back. Production tape in the margins. Personalized and signed by Austin in the bottom left margin. Overall in Good condition.

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13/05/2018
Greg Land and Jay Leisten X-Men Legacy #236 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Hope Summers is having second -
Greg Land and Jay Leisten X-Men Legacy #236 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 2010). Hope Summers is having second thoughts about her place in the team and wondering if they would be better off without her, but her discussion with Cable is cut short! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.25" x 14.5". Signed by both Land and Leisten in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan and Klauss Janson Howard the Duck #17 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Sat comfortably in his -
Gene Colan and Klauss Janson Howard the Duck #17 Story Page 9 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Sat comfortably in his study Dr. Bong confides in his reptilian companion Lassie. Who said a dog was a man's best friend? But the doctors reminiscing is interrupted by dinner served with a side of Beverly Switzler, who's about to learn of her connection with the lavish villain! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Production tape in the top and bottom margins with irregularly trimmed corners. Signed by Colan in Panel 4. Overall in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Sal Buscema and Joe Staton Incredible Hulk #203 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). The Hulk is on a rampage, -
Sal Buscema and Joe Staton Incredible Hulk #203 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). The Hulk is on a rampage, driven by an illusion of Psyklop, and it's up to three wizards to calm the brute and put an end to his destructive behavior in this story by Len Wein! Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Panel 3 is a stripped in panel taped from the back. There's also a text correction in Panel 5. Page is slightly toned with production tape in the margins. Signed by Staton in the bottom left margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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13/05/2018
Charles Vess Marvel Fanfare #6 Story Page 30 Original Art Panel (Marvel, 1983). Ian, finding himself back in the -
Charles Vess Marvel Fanfare #6 Story Page 30 Original Art Panel (Marvel, 1983). Ian, finding himself back in the safety of Dr. Strange, gets a lesson in discipline from the wise Sorcerer Supreme. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Hand lettered text paste-ups have become discolored. Text paste-ups in Panels 4-6 have whiteout text corrections. Page is also slightly toned. Personalized by Vess in the top margin. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Humberto Ramos and Sandra Hope Crimson #14 Partial Story Group of 8 Original Art (DC, 2000). A fantastic collection of -
Humberto Ramos and Sandra Hope Crimson #14 Partial Story Group of 8 Original Art (DC, 2000). A fantastic collection of 8 pages from Bryan Augustyn's story "U-Turn," including the cover art as well as pages 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, and 20. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8.75" x 14". Signed on pages 7, 9, 10, 18, and 20. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Roger Stine Cinefantastique Magazine V17#1 "Little Shop of Horrors" Cover Original Art (Frederick C. Clarke -
Roger Stine Cinefantastique Magazine V17#1 "Little Shop of Horrors" Cover Original Art (Frederick C. Clarke Publications., 1986-87). Best-known for his Star Trek paintings, Stine also produced some fine horror-and-fantasy images for Cinefantastique, the more intelligent alternative to such magazines as Famous Monsters and The Monster Times. This montage marks the opening of the high-camp musical remake of Little Shop of Horrors, picturing star players Ellen Greene and Rick Moranis with featured vocalists Tichina Arnold, Michelle Weeks, and Tisha Campbell-Martin. Accompanied by a photocopy of the published art. Acrylics on illustration board. Image area, 13" x 16". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: Mary Surratt Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios, -
Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 3: Ladykillers: Mary Surratt Original Art (Shel-Tone Publ. & Cremo Studios, 1994). Price's controversial series of true-crime trading cards peaked with an all-women set, including this intense, high-contrast, stipple-and crosshatch portrait of the first woman to be executed by the federal government. Surratt, convicted as a conspirator in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, met the hangman in 1865. This portrait is significantly larger than the miniature published version. Ink and white watercolor over blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 13.5". Slight stain-spotting in left margin. Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Bill Woggon Archie Giant Series #7: Katy Keene Holiday Fun Splash Page Original Art (Archie Comics, 1960). Woggon -
Bill Woggon Archie Giant Series #7: Katy Keene Holiday Fun Splash Page Original Art (Archie Comics, 1960). Woggon tries his hand at cowboy-style storytelling with this frontier adventure called "Bullet for a Buffalo," in which Katy Keene shows off the latest fan-fashion designs while relating the story in semi-realistic terms. This introductory page features a nod to costumer Gail Riley of Douglasville, GA. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 17.5". Excellent condition.

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John Byrne Namor, the Sub-Mariner #9 Splash Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). An chilling bit of -
John Byrne Namor, the Sub-Mariner #9 Splash Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). An chilling bit of foreshadowing hovers over Namor's newfound friendship with wealthy businessman Desmond Marrs on this closing page from "Skull Orchard". Ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". In Excellent condition, signed by Byrne at the bottom.

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Alex Horley Penhouse Comix #23 Story Page 21 Original Art (Penthouse, 1997). This episode of "Latischa of the -
Alex Horley Penhouse Comix #23 Story Page 21 Original Art (Penthouse, 1997). This episode of "Latischa of the Lost World" (Part 3) features the return of Libby, and parodies of both The Phantom and Tarzan. The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 15". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Edmond Good Knight Masters Daily Comic Strip Pilot (Unpublished) Original Art Group of 8 Good had created the Rex -
Edmond Good Knight Masters Daily Comic Strip Pilot (Unpublished) Original Art Group of 8 Good had created the Rex Baxter feature for Bell Publishing, drawn the Scorchy Smith strip, and helped to introduce DC Comics' Tomahawk serial. The artist envisioned bigger things with this promising set of tryout strips. Knight Masters is a detective specializing in supernatural cases -- in this case, a Voodoo menace -- in the tradition of Seabury Quinn's Jules De Grandin stories or William Hope Hodgson's Carnacki the Ghost-Finder. The pitch failed, but these examples endure as impressive monuments to a series that might have been. (An eighth piece is a fragmentary strip, drawn in pencil.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 20.25" x 5". Moderate to pronounced toning and adhesive staining. Good to Very Good condition.

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Frank Robbins Scorchy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-4 (Associated Press Syndicate, Year Unknown). -
Frank Robbins Scorchy Smith Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-4 (Associated Press Syndicate, Year Unknown). Scorchy's most remarkable artist, next to the original artist Noel Sickles, was Frank Robbins, whose forceful, virile line and drawing endowed the strip with striking reality and a very real solidity. The date on this strip is February 4, but the year is uncertain. Robbins began working on this strip in 1939, and continued until 1944, when he began Johnny Hazard for King Features Syndicate. The image area measures 18" x 4.25", and aside from some tiny stains in Panels 2 and 4, and some overall toning, this art is in Very Good condition.

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Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Wildstorm Universe Sourcebook #1 Splash Page 18 Original Art (Image, 1995). Featuring John -
Alan Davis and Mark Farmer Wildstorm Universe Sourcebook #1 Splash Page 18 Original Art (Image, 1995). Featuring John Colt, Mason, Think Tank, and Regiment. Ink over graphite on Image Comics Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". In Excellent condition, signed by Davis and Farmer along the bottom margin.

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Cy Hungerford Two Down -- One To Go! Editorial Comic Strip (Panel) Original Art (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1945). A -
Cy Hungerford Two Down -- One To Go! Editorial Comic Strip (Panel) Original Art (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1945). A defining image of the Allied Effort in World War II, and a vivid example of why Hungerford remained a mainstay of political cartooning for 50 years. Here, the mighty Boeing B-29 Bomber has blasted Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy to hell -- and the warlike empire of Japan is next. The shading technique is noteworthy: The artist isolated the central figure with masking tape and spattered it with ink from an ordinary toothbrush. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13.25" x 15". Moderate toning. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Peter Pan Records Artist Scooby-Doo: 3 Exciting Stories Back Cover Cover Original Art, Scooby-Doo Exciting Christmas -
Peter Pan Records Artist Scooby-Doo: 3 Exciting Stories Back Cover Cover Original Art, Scooby-Doo Exciting Christmas Stories Back Cover Color Guide, and Stats Group of 5 (Peter Pan Records, 1978). The original art in this group is the back cover design for a 1978 re-release collecting some previously separate tracks. Created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 8" x 7". The logo is hand-drawn, all other text is stat paste-up. There is a hand-colored stat of art, some of which was used on the back cover of the Scooby-Doo Exciting Christmas LP. The line art for this stat was created by Dan Spiegle, although the colorist is unknown. It measures 11.5" x 11.5", with a minor color smear on the right side. There are stats of the front and back cover for the album Scooby-Doo and His Friends. These have an image area of approximately 13" x 10" each, and the stats are affixed to a larger sheet of paper with production tape on the corners. Lastly, there is an all 100% stat layout for the cover of one of the Scooby-Doo Christmas LPs (image area of 12.5" x 12.5"). Unless noted, these are all in Excellent condition.

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Don Marquez Curse of the Demon Painting Original Art (2003). This wonderful painting will definitely make unwanted -
Don Marquez Curse of the Demon Painting Original Art (2003). This wonderful painting will definitely make unwanted relatives think twice about staying in your guest room! Based on an image from the movie poster for the 1957 British film. You can almost feel the heat from the warm colors on this great oil painting on 14" x 18" canvas wrapped board. Singed... we mean, signed by Don Marquez and dated in the lower right. Open front framed to 16" x 20". In Excellent condition.

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Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "You and the Cap'n Make it Happen" Box Back Cover Illustration Original Art and -
Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "You and the Cap'n Make it Happen" Box Back Cover Illustration Original Art and Printed Box (Quaker, 1995). The Cap'n Crunch character is as much a part of the Jay Ward Studios portfolio as Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-Right and Super Chicken. Jay Ward Studios produced their animation in Mexico and the art from those TV shows was routinely thrown away. There just isn't much original Jay Ward animation to collect. Luckily some consumer product and packaging art has survived. This is an original pen and ink line art drawing by noted Cap'n Crunch Illustrator Frank Macaluso of a board game on the back of a Cap'n Crunch Cereal Box. This artwork measures 16.5" x 11" on 22" x 17" marker paper and comes with its matching cereal box. Both pieces are signed by Mr. Macaluso. There is some minor handling and some creasing on the box; otherwise condition is Very Good.

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Mark Roland "The Quest" Painting Original Art (1997). A luminous and lovely scene with a matted image area -
Mark Roland "The Quest" Painting Original Art (1997). A luminous and lovely scene with a matted image area of 13.5" x 7". Matted to 17" x 11". The mat corners have a couple of dings on them; however, the art is in Excellent condition.

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Wayne Barlowe Battling Unths Painting Original Art (1984-90). The celebrated science-fiction painter and imagineer -
Wayne Barlowe Battling Unths Painting Original Art (1984-90). The celebrated science-fiction painter and imagineer Barlowe is well-known for his amazing tome, The Guide to Extraterrestrials. This fierce battle painting appeared on the Speculative Evolution online wiki page with the caption "Their stamping and wild bugling echoed in the frozen air". The oil-on-illustration-board composition is signed within the 10" x 8" image area. In Excellent condition.

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Mike Keefe, G.H. Peden, and Others - Editorial Cartoons Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1930-2000s). From the provincial -
Mike Keefe, G.H. Peden, and Others - Editorial Cartoons Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1930-2000s). From the provincial to the cosmopolitan, this generous selection touches many bases of what makes a good political cartoon work. A touch of satire, a touch of encouragement, a spot of ridicule -- you get the idea. A centerpiece is Peden's big-league attitude in favor of Texas truckers (ca. 1930s-40s) in the Valley Morning Star of Harlingen, TX. North Carolina's Carl Spencer states an enthusiastic case for baseball and more baseball. Worcester, MA, cartoonist Al Banx (J. Albert Banks) razzes Massachusetts Gov. Foster Furcolo (1950s) in a large-scale beauty. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Washington State's Shaw McCutcheon (1950s) comments on railroad-safety regulations. Philadelphia's Rob Lawlor takes a harsh look at controversial union boss Earl Stout. The British cartoonist known as Plum gives a grilling to Prime Minister Edward Heath (1970s). In times more recent, Denver's Mike Keefe pokes fun at a Senate race. Nashville's Scott Santis comments bitterly on nursing-home reform (2000s). New Orleans' Steve Kelley take a skewed look at sexual harassment (2006). And D.C.-based David Clarke remarks about career choices (2000s). Varied ink, chemical-toner imaging, and mixed media on varied page-stock. Image areas, 8" x 7" by 16" 16". Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Dave Simons The Tomb of Dracula #6 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1980). Simons' cryptic painting makes a great deal -
Dave Simons The Tomb of Dracula #6 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1980). Simons' cryptic painting makes a great deal more sense if one knows the context -- the final issue of what had been an ambitious volley in the restoration of horror comics as a viable genre. The piece accompanied editor Lynn Graeme's text piece ascribing the cancellation of the magazine to failing sales figures. Simons' style is unmistakable, but he also takes pains to capture the facial characteristics that had been established for Dracula by the series' defining artist, Gene Colan. Ink, ink wash, and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 10". Pronounced toning and stained/scuffed areas. Marginal crimping and one small tear at lower edge. Very Good condition.

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Bob Kane and Bud Blake - Batman and Tiger Original Art and Signed Photo (c. 1994). The highlight of this group is a -
Bob Kane and Bud Blake - Batman and Tiger Original Art and Signed Photo (c. 1994). The highlight of this group is a great Batman headshot by his co-creator Bob Kane. The ink on backing board sketch is personalized "For John" and dated 1994. The reverse of the board has an ink sketch of Tiger (from his self-titled comic strip) by Bud Blake. Also included is a wonderful black and white photo of Bob Kane in his studio with some of his work, including paintings of Batwoman, Batman and Robin, the Penguin, and Clayface. This is signed "For John, 'Bats' wishes always, Bob Kane". All are in Excellent condition.

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Historical Souvenir Company Epic Battles of the Civil War Color Production Art Original Art Group Lot of 13 -
Historical Souvenir Company Epic Battles of the Civil War Color Production Art Original Art Group Lot of 13 (Historical Souvenir Co, 1998). Marie Severin hand-colored these pages for the production of this book. They were created two-pages per Bristol board, so there are 26 pages total on these 13 boards. Most are from the first issue which chronicles the battle of "First Bull Run". The pages were produced by printed the Richard Rockwell/Fred Fredericks line art in blue on the Bristol board for Severin's watercolors. Then an acetate overlay of the printed line art was used to top this. There is production tape in several places, and some production stickers and mark-ups. In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "Super Squirts" Box Back Cover Illustration Original Art and Printed Box -
Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "Super Squirts" Box Back Cover Illustration Original Art and Printed Box (Quaker, 1993). Jay Ward Productions designed the trademark character for the Cap' Crunch. Jay Ward Studios produced their animation in Mexico and virtually all the original art from those classic animated productions was destroyed, leaving Jay Ward collectors very little actual animation art to choose from. There is however consumer product and packaging art that has survived and this lot is an excellent example of it. This is original pen and ink line art by noted Cap'n Crunch Illustrator Frank Macaluso created for the back of a Cap'n Crunch Cereal Box. This artwork was themed to promote this particular package's in-pack premium - "Super Squirtz". The art measures 14.5" x 9" on 16.5" x 13.5" on illustration board and comes with its matching, un-used cereal box. Both pieces are signed by Mr. Macaluso. There is some minor handling; otherwise condition is Very Good.

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George Perez Ant-Man/Giant-Man and the Wasp Sketch Original Art (2013). A spontaneous close-up of Ant-Man, alias -
George Perez Ant-Man/Giant-Man and the Wasp Sketch Original Art (2013). A spontaneous close-up of Ant-Man, alias Giant-Man, with a smoochy cameo (center) by the Wasp. Perez, one of the more versatile superhero artists, allows his light structural pencils to remain un-erased, demonstrating how he leaves the greater share of the work to the inking process. Two tiny dots of white retouching fluid bring the eyes to vibrant life. Felt marker (two point-weights) over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 6" x 9". Excellent condition.

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Dame Darcy Meat Cakes #8 Cover Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998). Richard Dirt (in the pink dress) pastes a good one -
Dame Darcy Meat Cakes #8 Cover Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1998). Richard Dirt (in the pink dress) pastes a good one on someone on this cover. Don't worry, he probably provoked her. Created in ink, color pencils, and color marker over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 7.25" x 11".

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Rusty Haller and Marie Severin ALF #42 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This page features Melmacian parodies -
Rusty Haller and Marie Severin ALF #42 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). This page features Melmacian parodies of the Twilight Zone (complete with a reference to Rod Serling and the episode "Time Enough At Last"); and a jab at Ann Margaret. Hey, don't blame us! Rusty Haller wrote and drew this strip (with inks by comic art legend Marie Severin). The page was created in ink over graphite on bright white Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There is a text correction paste-up in the first panel that has cause a bit of glue residue in the top edge of the panel. Overall the page is in Very Good condition.

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Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "Things You Don't Need to Know About" Back Cover Illustration Original Art and -
Frank Macaluso Cap'n Crunch "Things You Don't Need to Know About" Back Cover Illustration Original Art and Printed Box (Quaker, 1994). Cap'n Crunch, Quisp and Quake are all products of Jay Ward Studios and they are as much a part of the studio's history as Rocky and Bullwinkle or Dudley Do-Right and Snidely Whiplash. Unfortunately Jay Ward Studios produced their animation in Mexico and the art from those TV shows was routinely thrown away. As a result Jay Ward fans are left with very little production art to collect. Fortunately there are other places where Jay Ward characters appeared such as on packaging art and consumer products. This is an original pen and ink line art drawing by noted Cap'n Crunch Illustrator Frank Macaluso for the back of a Cap'n Crunch Cereal Box. It's titled "Things You Don't Need to Know About" and is an assortment of silly images and goofy notions meant to divert the young Cap'n Crunch cereal eater. This artwork measures 18" x 14.5" on 22" x 19" marker paper. It is taped to a 25.5" x 21.5" backing board. Comes with a copy of the printed box in Very Good condition.

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Peter Wells, Herb Roth, and Others The Education of Tarzan and Additional Satirical illustrations Original Art Group -
Peter Wells, Herb Roth, and Others The Education of Tarzan and Additional Satirical illustrations Original Art Group of 7 (1930s-60s). A rhythmic grace informs Wells' Tarzan cartoon, here -- one of many that the celebrated kid-book author turned out while teaching at Norman Rockwell and Al Dorne's New York-based Famous Artists School. Roth, a similarly humorous type, delivers a matched set of semi-nudes depicting an erotic encounter of Colonial times. John McKinley offers a figurative advertising piece depicting the stability of a real-estate firm, Woodward-Childs or WC, in an uncertain roller-coaster marketplace. Dan Wesserman of the Boston Globe depicts a nested family of eagles. And an unsigned piece of the Depression years portrays a political race as a disastrous automobile tournament. Unlikely companion-pieces, united by a devotion to pictorial storytelling. Various media (ink, pencil, chemical shading, etc.) on varied page-stock. Image areas, 7" x 8" to 15" x 8". Conditions range from Good to Excellent. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Georges Tiret-Bognet La Chroniquet Amusante Satirical Original Art Group of 6 (Paris, 1900). Best known as an -
Georges Tiret-Bognet La Chroniquet Amusante Satirical Original Art Group of 6 (Paris, 1900). Best known as an illustrator of Jules Verne's pioneering science-fiction tales, Tiret-Bognet also dealt in political satire, epitomized by these splendid miniatures. Targets of his barbed pen include Charlemagne, Bismarck, Uncle Sam, and the warlike military establishment. Brilliantly detailed linework, here. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 6.5" x 4.5". Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Dale Keown - Incredible Hulk Page Pre-Professional Original Art (c. 1980s). The Hulk meets Exotica in this sensational -
Dale Keown - Incredible Hulk Page Pre-Professional Original Art (c. 1980s). The Hulk meets Exotica in this sensational early 1980s effort from Dale Keown, who would go on later to land his big break actually drawing the Hulk for Marvel comics! Produced in ink and whiteout over graphite on paper with an image area of 11" x 17". Page is toned with wear, creases, and pinholes in the corners. It is matted and Plexiglas front framed to 14.25" x 19.75". In Very Good Condition.

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Frank Wing, Bob Dunn, and Others Milt Gross and Other Caricatures Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1920s-70s). A -
Frank Wing, Bob Dunn, and Others Milt Gross and Other Caricatures Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1920s-70s). A fascinating selection: Wing, best-remembered as a mentor of Peanuts' Charles Schulz, toplines this array with an inscribed self-caricature. Dunn, long associated with They'll Do It Every Time, harks back to his early days as a ghost-artist for Milt Gross with an exaggerated portrait of that great Yiddishe humorist. Dick Hodgins Jr. renders the pioneering cartoonist Rube Goldberg, complete with trademark cigar. St. Louis newspaper 'toonist Daniel Fitzpatrick offers a fine full-figure image of a newspaper colleague (plus a fragmentary crayon-portrait on reverse). Bert Whitman delivers a broad-stroke take on the Hollywood actor George Arliss. David "Dave" Gantz draws himself at work in the studio, surmounted by his characters. Sam Berman depicts Soviet lawyer-statesman Andrei Vyshinsky in a less-than-stately pose. Ron Coddington (of USA Today) caricatures himself. And two miniatures contain sketches by William Seymour Sanderson (himself) and John Fischetti (Richard Nixon). Varied media on varied stock. Images range in size from 6" x 4" to 9" x 17". Good to Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Stanley Stamaty, Roy Doty, and Others - Panel Gags Original Art Group of 6 (1950s-70s). A generous and varied -
Stanley Stamaty, Roy Doty, and Others - Panel Gags Original Art Group of 6 (1950s-70s). A generous and varied selection: Stamaty scores with an absurdist 'toon about a kid, a cactus plant, and an electric shaver. Doty is represented by two pieces -- a personalized sketch, and a fully painted farmyard gag. Don Wilder offers a cheesecake gag. An episode of John Holm's syndicated strip-panel, Woody's World (2-5-72), plays off a skittish horse and an electrified fence. And English caricaturist John Musgrave-Wood, alias Emmwood, delivers a funny figurative visual gag to accompany a newspaper's letters-to-the-editor section. Varied pen-and-ink and felt-marker media on bond-grade and Bristol stock. Image areas, 7" x 7" to 8.5" x 11". Conditions range from Very Good to Excellent From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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13/05/2018
Clare Victor "Dwig" Dwiggins, Henry Major, and Others Original Art Comic Strip (c. 19205-40s). What a -
Clare Victor "Dwig" Dwiggins, Henry Major, and Others Original Art Comic Strip (c. 19205-40s). What a treasure-trove of cartoon wonders! Dwiggins anchors this generous batch with the 9-30-24 episode of School Days, a nostalgic examination of small-town neighborhood life during the 19th century (inscribed by Dwig his ownself). The other major piece, here, is major, indeed -- Henry Major, that is, with his famous pencil caricature of the actor Wallace Beery, as designed for a bestselling folio of lithographs of 1948. (And yes, the signatures of both Major and Beery appear at lower right.) Another historic cartoonist, Casey Orr, is represented by a partial comic-strip installment of Kernel Cootie (1927; inscribed). A 1940 cartoon, initialed but without a full signature, marks a festive military gathering. A much later funnyman, MAD Magazine's Paul Coker, Jr., inscribes a large-scale page of nursery-rhyme cartoons (c. 1960s). And to top it all off, a large-scale pencil rough (unsigned) notes the metaphorical distinctions between the Republican Elephant and the Democrat Donkey. The pieces have ties to the archival collections of comics historians Art Wood and Murray A. Harris. Varied media, varied page-stock. Image areas range from 10" x 6" to 17" x 12.5" Conditions range from Good to Very Good. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Dale Ziemianski "Manwolf" Illustration Original Art (1998). Part man, part wolf, but not a werewolf. This is -
Dale Ziemianski "Manwolf" Illustration Original Art (1998). Part man, part wolf, but not a werewolf. This is more the lupine version of a Centaur, as created in gorgeous color pencils on paper with a matted image area of 10.75" x 16.75". Signed and dated 5-8-98 in the lower right. It is matted to 14.25" x 20.25". In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Dame Darcy Meat Cakes #17 Complete 10-Page Story "We Are the Faye and There is No Death" Original Art -
Dame Darcy Meat Cakes #17 Complete 10-Page Story "We Are the Faye and There is No Death" Original Art (Fantagraphics, 2008). A lovely fairytale with princesses in locked towers, knights, and fairy folk. Just as a good fairytale should be. It is from the last issue of Dame Darcy's delightfully delirious series. The pages were created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 6.75" x 10.25". In Excellent condition.

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Marc Hempel and Mark Wheatley Blood of the Innocent #1 and #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 4 (WaRP Graphics, -
Marc Hempel and Mark Wheatley Blood of the Innocent #1 and #2 Partial Story Original Art Group of 4 (WaRP Graphics, 1986). Dracula and Jack-the-Ripper cross paths in one of the most gripping and innovative yarns to come out of the independent-comics boom of the 1980s. This selection of pages establishes vividly the 19th-century English setting and weaves in historical and literary references in a distinct foreshadowing of Alan Moore's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The art is perfectly complemented by Kathryn Mayer's exquisite hand-lettering. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Patricia Davis - Captive of the Dark Lord Painting Original Art (1987). A bound Goddess in lovely green and gold -
Patricia Davis - Captive of the Dark Lord Painting Original Art (1987). A bound Goddess in lovely green and gold stands before an evil Dark Lord, his clawed hands scratching the stone throne. Produced in oil on 15" x 20" illustration board, and signed and dated 6-11-87 in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Rocco Mastroserio Exciting War #9 Story Page 2 Original Art (Pines, 1953). This page from "The Sergeant's -
Rocco Mastroserio Exciting War #9 Story Page 2 Original Art (Pines, 1953). This page from "The Sergeant's Story" features one Sgt. trying to reach out to another, before the big push. The twice-up scale page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18.25". There is some whiteout art correction in a few places, and a missing text correction paste-up in Panel 6. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Orla Getterman Ginger Single Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Ginger was -
Orla Getterman Ginger Single Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 2 (United Feature Syndicate, 1969). Ginger was sort of a cross between Little Lulu and Dennis the Menace. In face, that looks like Dennis's dad on the cartoon dated 12-25-69! The other is dated 12-26-69. They were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 6.25" x 5.25". Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Mike Luckovich Luckovich Daily Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip (Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2004). Smart, -
Mike Luckovich Luckovich Daily Single-Panel Editorial Comic Strip (Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2004). Smart, acerbic satire, skewering both Internet technology and the anxious wording of the Pledge of Allegiance, from a dependably edgy editorialist. Ink over graphite on Duotone board, with white retouching. Image area, 11" x 8.5". Tightly trimmed at borders. Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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13/05/2018
Norman Mitchell, Alban Butler, and Others Presidential Caricatures Original Art Group of 8 (c. 1920-2000s). Presidents -
Norman Mitchell, Alban Butler, and Others Presidential Caricatures Original Art Group of 8 (c. 1920-2000s). Presidents from Warren G. Harding to Barack Obama receive the satirical treatment in this varied lot. Butler's depiction of Harding is as detailed and soulful as any of that pioneering cartoonist's better-known slice-of-life 'toons. Leaping ahead to the 1970s, Mitchell takes a sarcastic razzoo at Gerald Ford. W.B. MacDonald ascribes a figurative blindness to Harry S Truman. Sacramento's Jack Ohman takes an unflattering look at Ronald Reagan, and Bruce Beattie does likewise with George H.W. Bush. Detroit's Henry Payne deals snidely with Obama. And Toledo's Edward J. Ashley mocks Richard M. Nixon's scandalous tape-recordings. Varied media, primarily ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 6.5" x 3.5" to 16" x 9". Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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13/05/2018
Alan Kupperberg Crazy Magazine #36: "Crazy's Career Mysteries" Complete 2-Page Story Original Art (Marvel -
Alan Kupperberg Crazy Magazine #36: "Crazy's Career Mysteries" Complete 2-Page Story Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1978). Designed for presentation as a double-width magazine spread, this showpiece draws its humor from the ancient ironic observation about the shoemaker whose family goes barefoot. The dozen such variants include: "Why are most gym teachers overweight and out of shape?" and "Why do almost all optometrists wear corrective glasses?" Kupperberg manages a persuasive emulation of MAD Magazine's Jack Davis. Ink, ink wash, and watercolors over graphite on Bristol board. The lettering (typeset) appears on a vellum overlay. Image area, 12" x 16". Moderate to pronounced toning, with surface scuffing and adhesive staining. Good to Very Good condition.

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13/05/2018
Joe Kubert Our Army At War #33 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1955). The very last page of the Bob Kanigher penned -
Joe Kubert Our Army At War #33 Story Page 6 Original Art (DC, 1955). The very last page of the Bob Kanigher penned tale "Combat Courier!", as produced by the acknowledge master of war comics, Joe Kubert. It was created twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 19" (including the paste-up header). There are some whiteout art corrections on the page. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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13/05/2018
Paul Coker Jr. MAD Magazine #105 Illustration "Horrifying Cliches Original Art Group of 10 (EC, 1966). From the -
Paul Coker Jr. MAD Magazine #105 Illustration "Horrifying Cliches Original Art Group of 10 (EC, 1966). From the Spooking From Pictures Dept.: Here we have all 10 of the illustrations for this month's entry of "Horrifying Cliches". These graphic representations cover such common phrases as "Laughing at a Gross Exaggeration", to "Hatching a Scheme". The warped sense of humor of writers Phil Hahn and Jack Hanrahan found good purchase in the talents of Paul Coker Jr. Created in ink and ink wash on Bristol board. Most pieces measure approximately 8" x 7", and some have been mounted on illustration board with their titles below. They are lightly toned, with some glue residue discoloration in places. There are signs of moisture exposure and a musty odor. In Good condition.

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Mike Nasser and Joe Rubinstein Kobra #6 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1977). Kobra explains the deathtrap on this -
Mike Nasser and Joe Rubinstein Kobra #6 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1977). Kobra explains the deathtrap on this great page from the story "The Crack in the World Conspiracy". Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.25". The "continued..." strip is missing from the bottom right, leaving glue residue in its place. There is a bit of production tape residue in the bottom margin. In otherwise Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Dave Cockrum and Marie Severin Soulsearchers and Company #43 Panel Pages Original Art Group of 3 (Claypool Comics, -
Dave Cockrum and Marie Severin Soulsearchers and Company #43 Panel Pages Original Art Group of 3 (Claypool Comics, 2000). Peter David plotted this story that Dave Cockrum wrote and drew, with inks by Marie Severin. Included are Pages 11, splash Page 13, and Page 19 from the story "It's In The Bag!" They were created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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13/05/2018
Mike Deodato Wolverine: Origins #30 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 2006). A tense sequence between Wolverine and -
Mike Deodato Wolverine: Origins #30 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 2006). A tense sequence between Wolverine and his mentor, Professor X. The bold angular composition includes a flashback image of Winter Soldier. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Faint toning. Excellent condition.

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Tom Grindberg and Rudy Nebres Armor #4 Story Page 13 Original Art (Continuity, 1988). Armor attempts to save his -
Tom Grindberg and Rudy Nebres Armor #4 Story Page 13 Original Art (Continuity, 1988). Armor attempts to save his brother Silver Streak, and finds... teddy bears? Nope... much more dangerous than teddy bears. The page from "the Amazing Origin of Armor, Part 4" was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The reverse side of the board has the original graphite page layout roughs which were lightboxed through to the front side. Lightly toned and in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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