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Craig - THE VAULT OF HORROR #26 Cover Re-Creation Painting (2000)
Johnny Craig
Johnny Craig THE VAULT OF HORROR #26 Cover Re-Creation Painting (2000) Johnny Craig painted this piece for the cover of TALES OF TERROR! "The complete compendium of all the incredible old EC Comics, including TALES FROM THE CRYPT, MAD, and weird science!" by Fred Von Bernewitz and Grant Geissman. art area: 24" h x 18" w

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Gioletti - SGT. PRESTON #13, Page 13 NO RESERVE!
Gioletti
Gioletti - SGT. PRESTON #13, Page 13 Original Comic Book Art NO RESERVE! art area: 18½" h x 12¾" w

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Frazetta - WOLF GIRL (c. Early 1970s) NO RESERVE!
Frank Frazetta
Frank Frazetta WOLF GIRL Original Frazetta Art (c.Early 1970s) NO RESERVE! This piece was used as an interior illustration in CHACAL #1 (Winter 1976). It was originally sold in Russ Cochran's first Graphic Gallery #1, in 1973. Not only does this piece bear Frazetta's famous artist's logo signature, but it also carries his autograph. art area: 6" h x 6" w

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25mn ago
Winner - ALEXANDER SMART, Sunday (09/13/1936) NO RESERVE!
Doc Winner
Doc Winner ALEXANDER SMART Original Sunday Page Art (09/13/1936) NO RESERVE! "Doc Winner was an American comics artist who mostly continued well-established newspaper comics as a ghost artist through the Hearst syndicates United Feature and King Features. He also created the newspaper gag-a-day comic 'Tubby' (1923-1926), which he eventually remodelled and retitled as 'Elmer' (1926-1956). ... 'Alexander Smart, Esq.' was a gag comic about a not-too-bright big-nosed man which Winner continued until 1943. Winner also created several other toppers for the Sunday feature, such as 'Daffy Doodles: Dizzy Dramas from Our Readers' (1932-1940s) and 'The Elmer Game' (1933-1935). ..." ~ Lambiek art area; 10¾" h x 17" w

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Bama - STAG #5 (June ?) NO RESERVE!
James Bama
James Bama STAG #5 Interior Illustration Art (June ?) NO RESERVE! We were unable to verify the actual year of this illustration. However, it appears similar to other Bama illustrations from the late 1950s. art area: 10½" h x 8" w

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Cardy - WITCHING HOUR # 18, Cover (Jan 1972) NO RESERVE!
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy WITCHING HOUR # 18, Cover Original Comic Book Art (Jan 1972) NO RESERVE! The title and logo are stats. The dialog bubble and bottom left banner are paste overs. All else is original art. The artwork was most probably completed in July of 1971. "Nick Cardy helped define the comics Silver Age with artwork on 'Aquaman', 'Teen Titans', and 'Bat Lash'. After the Teen Titans, Cardy worked on Marvel Comics Crazy Magazine and was the primary cover artist for DC from the early to mid-1970s. Cardy drew many covers including 'Superman', 'Action Comics', 'The Brave and the Bold', 'Batman', 'Flash', 'Ghosts', 'Witching Hour', 'Secret Origins', 'Jimmy Olsen' and 'World's Finest'. After leaving the comics field, Cardy moved on to illustrating advertising art and movie posters until his retirement, by now working under the name Nick Cardi." ~ Lambiek art area: 11" h x 9¾" w

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Whelan - THE BLOODY SUN, ACE Books, Cover (c. 1964) NO RESERVE!
Michael Whelan
Michael Whelan THE BLOODY SUN, ACE Books Original Painting (c. 1964) NO RESERVE! This painting was done for the cover of the Marion Zimmer Bradley book THE BLODDY SUN. The consignor reports that this is the first "cover" art done by Whelan. "Michael Whelan is one of the world’s premier painters of imaginative realism. For 40 years he has created book and album covers for authors and musicians like Isaac Asimov, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Brandon Sanderson, the Jacksons and MeatLoaf. His clients have included every major U.S. book publisher, the National Geographic Society, CBS Records, and the Franklin Mint." "I have been interested in the imagery of fantasy since early childhood and all my artwork is, at its most fundamental level, about creating a “sense of wonder”.  In my illustration, my primary concern has been to create a window into the themes and story elements of a particular book.  My non-commissioned work is concerned with more personal themes. ..." ~ Michael Whelan (michaelwhelan.com) art area: 8¼" h x 5" w

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- LOONEY TUNES #23, Cover & Comic Book (Oct 1978) NO RESERVE!
Looney Tunes #23, Cover & Comic Book
LOONEY TUNES #23, Cover & Comic Book Featuring Bugs Bunny, Sylvester & Tweety Original Comic Book Art (Oct 1978) NO RESERVE! This is all original art, a very clean piece. There is a dull staple at the upper right hand corner of the sheet. It does not effect the cover art. The comic book is sealed inside a plastic sleeve, tapped to the back of the stiffening board. The cover art and comic book are still sealed in shrink wrap, as the consignor purchased it. art area: 12" h x 9" w

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Langaron - FRIDAY FOSTER, Sunday Page (07/10/1970) NO RESERVE!
Jorge Langaron
Jorge Langaron FRIDAY FOSTER Original Sunday Page Art (07/10/1970) NO RESERVE! The title and word elements in the first frame are stats. All else is original art. "Jorge Longaron was born in Barcelona, and began his career working as a commercial artist. In the 1940s and 1950s he was drawing comic series like 'Arsénico Lupin' in Chispa and 'Chan-Chu-Llo' in Garabatos. He was also contributing to Toray collections like 'El Pequeño Mosquetero', 'Serenata Extra', 'Hazañas Belicas' and 'Hazañas del Oeste'. By 1969 he was hired by the Chicago Tribune and the New York News Syndicate to create a comic strip. This resulted in the 'Friday Foster' strip, about a young female photographer. 'Friday Foster' was written by Jim Lawrence and ran from 18 January 1970 to 1974. It was adapted into a feature film in 1975. Since then, Longarón has done many cover illustrations for American publications. He is also a fine artist, and specializes in painting the Catalan countryside, but also the American southwest." ~ Lambiek art area: 13¼" h x 19½" w

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Walt Disney Studios - CHIP 'N' DALE #55 (Sep 1978) NO RESERVE!
Walt Disney Studios
Walt Disney Studios CHIP 'N' DALE #55 "WALKING FROG" (Sep 1978) NO RESERVE! The layout does appear to have spaces blocked out for the logo and title. However, this does match not the published cover, it may have been used as an interior splash page. Note Mickey Mouse and Pluto in the back ground. art area: 11" h x 10" w

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10mn ago
Goldberg - Betty and Me #96, Cover (1978) NO RESERVE!
Stan Goldberg
Stan Goldberg Betty and Me #96, Cover "A GIRL WATCHING US" Original Comic Book Art (1978) NO RESERV! The title and logo are stats. All else is original art. "(Stan Goldberg) began a long collaboration with Archie Comics afterwards, drawing for many of the companies for several decades. His work appeared in titles like 'Archie and Me', 'Betty and Me', 'Everything's Archie', 'Life with Archie', 'Archie's Pals 'n' Gals', 'Archie at Riverdale High', 'Laugh', 'Pep', 'Sabrina The Teenage Witch', the one-shot 'Archie's Ham Radio Adventure', and the 1990 movie tie-in 'To Riverdale and Back Again'. He was the leading artist on the general 'Archie' title from the mid 1990s to 2006. From 1975 until 1980, Goldberg drew the 'Archie' Sunday page for the newspapers." ~ Lambiek art area: 17" h x 13¼" h x 19" w

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- PORKY PIG #89, Cover (May 1979) NO RESERVE!
Porky Pig #89, Cover
PORKY PIG #89, Cover Original Comic Book Art (May 1979) NO RESERVE! There are no stats or paste overs on this piece. art area: 12" h x 10" w

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Freas - Space Ship & Space Station NO RESERVE!
Kelly Freas
Kelly Freas Space Ship & Space Station Original Drawing on Black Paper NO RESERVE! art area: 7½" h x 5½" w (each)

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Berdanier - HOW IT BEGAN, MABEL (1937) NO RESERVE!
Paul Berdanier
Paul Berdanier HOW IT BEGAN MABEL (1937) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 9¼" h x 9¼" w

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Unknown Artist - PLUTO BONE TROUBLE Animation Drawing (1940) NO RESERVE!
Unknown Artist
Unknown Artist Walt Disney Studios PLUTO BONE TROUBLE Animation Drawing (1940) NO RESERVE! Pluto is looking at himself in a Fun House mirror. art area: 5" h x 5½" w

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Gould - DICK TRACY Daily, LIPSY (02/23/1976) NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY LIPSY Original Daily Strip Art (02/23/1976) NO RESERVE! "Chester Gould is the creator of 'Dick Tracy' (1931), the world's most famous detective since 'Sherlock Holmes'. For 46 years, Gould captivated newspaper readers with his clever mix of suspense, grotesque villains, explicit violence, melodrama and well-documented use of scientific research methods. 'Dick Tracy' was the first newspaper comic strip with a more realistic approach. Its hard-boiled portrayal of violence and well-documented depiction of actual crime-investigating methods made it one of the most popular and influential comics of all time. Gould managed to capture the zeitgeist of the 1930s and 1940s and inspired many film noir stories set in the same time period. He was also a memorable caricaturist, particularly when creating his unforgettable ugly gangsters. Gould proved that comics could tell more mature stories with cliffhangers that kept readers looking out for the next episode. Countless daily, weekly and monthly serialized comics series have followed his path since." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 17" w

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Hildebrandt - Detailed Concept Drawing for SECRET OF NIMH Movie Poster (1982) NO RESERVE!
Tim Hildebrandt
Tim Hildebrandt Detailed Concept Drawing for SECRET OF NIMH Movie Poster Original Pencil Drawing (1982) NO RESERVE! T his concept can be seen in the upper portion of the main THE SECRET OF HIMH movie poster. "The twin brothers Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are two illustrators, known for their collective science fiction and fantasy art. They are best known for their illustration work on J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings'. They gained a reputation for being able to imitate any style. Educated at the Meinzinger School of Art in Detroit, Greg and Tim drew children's books and record album covers until 1975, when they responded to a request for artists who would like to draw a 'Lord of the Rings' calendar for Ballantine Books. They got the job and did three calendars for Ballantine, and they wrote and illustrated their own fantasy epic 'Urshurak'." ~ Lambiek art area: 12½" h x 11½" w

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Gould - DICK TRACY Daily (11/20/1973) NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY Original Daily Strip Art (11/20/1973) NO RESERVE! "Chester Gould is the creator of 'Dick Tracy' (1931), the world's most famous detective since 'Sherlock Holmes'. For 46 years, Gould captivated newspaper readers with his clever mix of suspense, grotesque villains, explicit violence, melodrama and well-documented use of scientific research methods. 'Dick Tracy' was the first newspaper comic strip with a more realistic approach. Its hard-boiled portrayal of violence and well-documented depiction of actual crime-investigating methods made it one of the most popular and influential comics of all time. Gould managed to capture the zeitgeist of the 1930s and 1940s and inspired many film noir stories set in the same time period. He was also a memorable caricaturist, particularly when creating his unforgettable ugly gangsters. Gould proved that comics could tell more mature stories with cliffhangers that kept readers looking out for the next episode. Countless daily, weekly and monthly serialized comics series have followed his path since." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16½" w

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Unknown Artist - FLOWER, BAMBI Animation Drawing (1942) NO RESERVE!
Unknown Artist
Unknown Artist FLOWER BAMBI Animation Drawing (1942) This animation drawing is colored. NO RESERVE! art area: 3½" h x 4" w

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Gould - DICK TRACY, THE CHEF (BLOWTOP), Daily (04/02/1950) NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY THE CHEF BLOWTOP Original Daily Strip Art (04/03/1950) NO RESERVE! "Chester Gould is the creator of 'Dick Tracy' (1931), the world's most famous detective since 'Sherlock Holmes'. For 46 years, Gould captivated newspaper readers with his clever mix of suspense, grotesque villains, explicit violence, melodrama and well-documented use of scientific research methods. 'Dick Tracy' was the first newspaper comic strip with a more realistic approach. Its hard-boiled portrayal of violence and well-documented depiction of actual crime-investigating methods made it one of the most popular and influential comics of all time. Gould managed to capture the zeitgeist of the 1930s and 1940s and inspired many film noir stories set in the same time period. He was also a memorable caricaturist, particularly when creating his unforgettable ugly gangsters. Gould proved that comics could tell more mature stories with cliffhangers that kept readers looking out for the next episode. Countless daily, weekly and monthly serialized comics series have followed his path since." ~ Lambiek art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Mosley - SMILIN' JACK, Daily (08/04/1962) NO RESERVE!
Zack Terrell Mosley
Zack Terrell Mosley SMILIN' JACK Original Daily Strip Art (08/04/1962) NO RESERVE! "Zack Terrell Mosley attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and the Chicago Art Institute. His early jobs include assisting Dick Calkins on 'Buck Rogers' and 'Skyroads'. Having a profound love of aircraft, and owning a pilot's degree himself, it was no surprise that his first solo comic was an aviation Sunday page, 'On the Wing' (1933). His second strip, 'Smilin' Jack' was created in the same year and became a huge success. It ran as a daily strip and a Sunday page until 1973. Mosley continued to fly a great deal, owning nine planes himself and flying on Civilian Air Patrol antisubmarine flights during World War II. He designed insignias, posters and program covers for several flying events." ~ Lambiel art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Gould - DICK TRACY, BONNY BRAIDS Daily (06/12/1951)
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY BONNY BRAIDS Original Daily Strip Art (06/12/1951) NO RESERVE! "Chester Gould is the creator of 'Dick Tracy' (1931), the world's most famous detective since 'Sherlock Holmes'. For 46 years, Gould captivated newspaper readers with his clever mix of suspense, grotesque villains, explicit violence, melodrama and well-documented use of scientific research methods. 'Dick Tracy' was the first newspaper comic strip with a more realistic approach. Its hard-boiled portrayal of violence and well-documented depiction of actual crime-investigating methods made it one of the most popular and influential comics of all time. Gould managed to capture the zeitgeist of the 1930s and 1940s and inspired many film noir stories set in the same time period. He was also a memorable caricaturist, particularly when creating his unforgettable ugly gangsters. Gould proved that comics could tell more mature stories with cliffhangers that kept readers looking out for the next episode. Countless daily, weekly and monthly serialized comics series have followed his path since." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16½" w

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Hennessy - BONGO THE WONDER BEAR, PAGE 199 (1947) NO RESERVE!
Hugh Hennessy
Hugh Hennessy BONGO THE WONDER BEAR, FUN & Fancy FREE Page 199 Story Board Original Pencil drawing (1947) NO RESERVE! Hennesy was one of Walt Disney Studios layout designers, and worked on several BONGO projects. (various sources) art area: 4¾" h x 8" w

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Raymond - RIP KIRBY, Daily (03/02/1951) NO RESERVE!
Alex Raymond
Alex Raymond RIP KIRBY Original Daily Strip Art Daily (03/02/1951) NO RESERVE! "Alex Raymond was one of the most influential American newspaper comic artists of all time. He is widely praised for his realism, beautiful and elegant depictions of women and clever use of black and white. With his space opera 'Flash Gordon' (1934) he redefined the science fiction genre, while his post-war detective strip 'Rip Kirby' (1946) stood out for its contemporary realism and cosmopolitan look and feel. Raymond's other (co-)creations 'Secret Agent X-9' (1934) and 'Jungle Jim' (1934) have also become classics. Despite his relatively short career - Raymond died in a car crash at age 45 - he has left a lasting mark on comic book realism, together with his contemporaries Hal Foster, Milton Caniff and Burne Hogarth." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 18½" w

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Wunder - TERRY AND THE PIRATES #16, Daily (c. 1946) NO RESERVE!
George Wunder
George Wunder TERRY AND THE PIRATES #16 Original Daily Strip Art (c. 1946) NO RESERVE! This piece is taped to the mat. "At a very young age, George Wunder knew that he wanted to become a professional comic artist. He enrolled in an art course with the International Correspondence School. In 1936, his dream came true: he got a job at the Associated Press as a staff artist. He worked together with artists Noel Sickles and Tom Paprocki. In 1946, when the Tribune-News syndicate was looking for a replacement for Milton Caniff on the 'Terry and the Pirates' comic, Wunder was chosen. He devoted himself to this comic until his retirement in 1973. George Wunder died in 1987." ~ Lambiek art area: 6½" h x 21½" w

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Kaluta - AMAZING STORIES, Page 37 (1970) NO RESERVE!
Michael Kaluta
Michael Kaluta AMAZING STORIES 893-5, Page 37 Interior illustration (1970) NO RESERVE! "Michael Kaluta got his first influence from 1950s TV art instructor Jon Gnagy. Born in Guatemala, Kaluta studied Fine Arts and began illustration and comic book work against advice of his instructors. After publishing in fanzines like Spafon, he did his first comic book work for Charlton Comics in 1969, published in titles like Teen Confessions, Great Battles of History and Outlaws of the West. Kaluta created an impressive number of comic book covers for both Marvel and DC. Some of them include 'House of Mystery', 'Batman', 'Conan the King' and 'Vampirella'. In 1972, DC Comics revived 'The Shadow' and Kaluta got to re-create this character. He also illustrated stories with E.R. Burroughs' 'Carson of Venus' as back-ups in Korak, Son of Tarzan. Kaluta began drawing the 'Starstruck' comic series, written by Elaine Lee, in Heavy Metall in 1982. Most recently, he did a long run of cover designs for DC's 'The Books of Magic'. Kaluta is currently working in digital media, designing characters and environments for several video games." ~ Lambiek art area: 9" h x 3" w

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Capp - LI'L ABNER, BLACKMAIL, Sunday Page (08/03/1941) NO RESERVE!
Al Capp
Al Capp LI'L ABNER BLACKMAIL Original Sunday Page Art (08/03/1941) NO RESERVE! This early Sunday Page would be a prize in any collection. Each row was drawn separately, and then taped together on the back. This art is also taped to the mat. "Al Capp was one of the most praised satirists of the 1940s and 1950s. His long-running comic strip 'Li'l Abner' (1934-1977) was a phenomenon during its heyday, published in over 900 American newspapers and 28 countries. It inspired radio series, puppet shows, films, animated cartoons, jazz songs and a theater musical; it penetrated American pop culture in degrees unimaginable today. Together with George Herriman's 'Krazy Kat', Walt Kelly's 'Pogo' and Charles M. Schulz' 'Peanuts' it was one of the first American comics to receive critical praise and popularity among intellectuals. The series is renowned for its highly dynamic artwork and sophisticated writing. Capp crafted funny and imaginative storylines, filled with colourful characters and sometimes biting social satire. Even though 'Li'l' Abner' is set in a fantasy world with absurd slapstick, odd creatures and fictional countries he frequently gave real-life celebrities cameos and winked at current political and cultural events. The artist even satirized the comic strip medium itself! Compared with other comic artists at the time, Capp was also a notable public figure and one of the most recognizable cartoonists in the USA. " ~ Lambiek art area: 21¾" h x 19" w

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Freas - OLD LADY, ANALOG #234, Page 72 NO RESERVE!
Kelly Freas
Kelly Freas OLD LADY ANALOG #234, Page 72 NO RESERVE! "In June 1951 he graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He soon sold cover illustrations to other pulp magazines, such as Astounding Science Fiction, Planet Stories, Science Fiction Quarterly, and Super Science Stories. These works were often signed "Kelly Freas." His illustrations also appeared in digest magazines, such as Analog, Fact, and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine." ~ pulpartist.com art area: 9½" h x 6¼" w

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BRanner - WINNIE WINKLE, HAPPY NEW YEAR, Sunday Page (12/31/1922) NO RESERVE!
Martin Branner
Martin Branner WINNIE WINKLE THE BREADWINNER HAPPY NEW YEAR Original Sunday Page Art (12/31/1922) NO RESERVE! This very early Sunday Page was drawn on two separate sheets, which are taped together on the back. The art is taped to the mat on the back. "Martin Branner is most famous for his newspaper comic 'Winnie Winkle', which was first published in 1920. Coming from New York, Branner was a Vaudeville star who became a cartoonist after his military service in World War I, although he had previously done some advertisement illustrations for Variety magazine. He started out doing the short-lived 'Louie the Lawyer' for the Bell Syndicate in 1919. He then did an equally short-lived Sunday page called 'Pete and Pinto' for the New York Herald and the New York Sun, before being hired by the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate. In September 1920, the first episodes of Branner's 'Winnie Winkle the Breadwinner' were published." ~ Lambiek art are: 23" h x 16½" w

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Kaluta - Signed Concept Drawing (unknown date) NO RESERVE!
Michael Kaluta
Michael Kaluta Signed Concept Drawing (unknown date) NO RESERVE! art area: 9¼" h x 6½" w

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Cardy - CRAZY #7, Cover (1974) NO RESERVE!
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy CRAZY #7 Cover Original Comic Book Art (1974) NO RESERVE! This original art features a caricature of David Caradine in his KUNG FU role. The actual CRAZY #7 book is included. art area: 18½" h x 14"w

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Springer - TOKATHE JUNGLE KING #4, Cover NO RESERVE!
Frank Springer
Frank Springer TOKATHE JUNGLE KING #4, Cover Original Comic Book Art NO RESERVE! art area: 20" h x 13¼" w

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Powell - STRANGE TALES #130, Page 8 NO RESERVE!
Bob Powell
Bob Powell STRANGE TALES #130, Page 8 Original Comic Book Art NO RESERVE! art area: 18¼" h x 12½" w

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Walt Disney Productions - JUNGLE BOOK, Movie Animation Cel NO RESERVE!
Walt Disney Productions
Walt Disney Productions JUNGLE BOOK Movie Animation Cel Mougli & King Louie Hand Painted NO RESERVE! art area: 6" h x 9" w (both layers together)

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Disney Studios - Walt Disney Comics #486, Cover NO RESERVE!
Disney Studios
Disney Studios Walt Disney Comics #486 Cover Original Comic Book Art NO RESERVE! art area: 11" h x 9½" w

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Fabian - Conan & Swamp Demon, REH, LOVE STAR KILTINEER
Steve Fabian
Steve Fabian Conan & Swamp Demon REH, LOVE STAR KILTINEER Original Drawing NO RESERVE! art area: 11" h x 7½" w

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Berdanier - HOW IT BEGAN, AN OAF (1936) NO RESERVE!
Paul Berdanier
Paul Berdanier HOW IT BEGAN AN OAF (1936) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 9¼" h x 9¼" w

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Fabian - CHACAL #1, FANTASY, Vol. 2, Page 108 NO RESERVE!
Steve Fabian
Steve Fabian CHACAL #1 FANTASY, Vol. 2, Page 108 Original Drawing NO RESERVE! art area: 9½"h x 7" w

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