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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (12/09/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (12/09/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (08/04/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MY HOME" (08/04/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Sunday (10/20/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Sunday Page Art (10/20/?) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Sunday (02/26/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Sunday Page Art "ORDINARILY" (02/26/?) art area: 9" h x 13" w

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Walker Bros. - Betty Boop & Felix The Cat, Daily (10/015/?)
Walker Bros.
Walker Bros. Betty Boop Original Daily Strip Art (10/05/?) "Neal Walker is an American cartoonist, sculptor and animator from Greenwich, Connecticut, and the son of legendary cartoonist Mort Walker. Just like his brothers Brian and Greg, he has participated in the production of his father's signature comics 'Beetle Bailey' and 'Hi and Lois' at Comicana Inc. He was also the main artist of 'Betty Boop and Felix', an oddball comic strip created by four of the five Walker brothers (Greg, Brian, Morgan and Neal). Together with his brothers Brian, Greg and Morgan, he wrote and drew the 'Betty Boop and Felix' strip from 1984 until 1988 under the collective signature "the Walker brothers". Neal was the main artist of the feature, with Greg Walker providing the inking duties. Based on an original idea by their father, the unusual newspaper comic starred both Max Fleischer's flapper girl Betty Boop and Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer's 'Felix the Cat'. ..." ~ Lambiek art area: 4" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (07/11/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "TRACTION" (07/11/?) art area: 3½" h x 12" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (08/02/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (08/02/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (12/25/1970)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MY HOME" (12/25/1970) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (08/22/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (08/22/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker Bros. - Betty Boop & Felix The Cat, Daily (04/16/1987)
Walker Bros.
Walker Bros. Betty Boop Original Daily Strip Art (04/16/1987) "Neal Walker is an American cartoonist, sculptor and animator from Greenwich, Connecticut, and the son of legendary cartoonist Mort Walker. Just like his brothers Brian and Greg, he has participated in the production of his father's signature comics 'Beetle Bailey' and 'Hi and Lois' at Comicana Inc. He was also the main artist of 'Betty Boop and Felix', an oddball comic strip created by four of the five Walker brothers (Greg, Brian, Morgan and Neal). Together with his brothers Brian, Greg and Morgan, he wrote and drew the 'Betty Boop and Felix' strip from 1984 until 1988 under the collective signature "the Walker brothers". Neal was the main artist of the feature, with Greg Walker providing the inking duties. Based on an original idea by their father, the unusual newspaper comic starred both Max Fleischer's flapper girl Betty Boop and Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer's 'Felix the Cat'. ..." ~ Lambiek art area: 4" h x 13" w

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Parker - THE WIZARD OF ID, Daily Strip (4/25/1975) NO RESERVE!
Brant Parker
Brant Parker THE WIZARD OF ID Original Daily Strip Art (4/25/1975) NO RESERVE! The dialog inside the bubbles are stats. This is consistent with the artist's original procedures. art area: 4¾" h x 17½" w

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Cameron - PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #2 (Fall 1947) NO RESERVE!
Don Cameron
Don Cameron PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #2 (Fall 1947) Irregular shape. NO RESERVE! art area: 15" h x 13" w

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Cameron - MEASURING VOLUME WITH WATER, Page 4 (Spring 1947) NO RESERVE!
Don Cameron
Don Cameron MEASURING VOLUME WITH WATER Page 4 PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #1 (Spring 1947) NO RESERVE! There is a notch cut out of the lower right edge, approximately 2¾" long by ¼" wide. art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Hart - B.C., Daily Strip (4/2/1975) NO RESERVE!
Johnny Hart
Johnny Hart B.C. Original Daily Strip Art (4/2/1975) All ziptone is in place. NO RESERVE! This is nice, clean piece. art area: 4½" h x 17" w

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AN ENTERTAINING COMIC EC PORTFOLIO ONE (1971) NO RESERVE!
An Entertaining Comic Ec Portfolio One
AN ENTERTAINING COMIC EC PORTFOLIO ONE (1971) NO RESERVE! There is some slight wear at the bottom of the spine. The staples are shiny. There is no visible rust. portfolio: 16" h x 11½" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (08/04/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MUTINY" (08/04/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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PORTFOLIO OF FINE COMIC ART #1436/1500, 15 Prints (1978)
Portfolio Of Fine Comic Art
PORTFOLIO OF FINE COMIC ART 15 Prints (1978) The 7 signed and numbered prints are TARZAN BY Neal Adams, "HERO IMAGE" by Milton Caniff,"MY GOOD BUDDIES?" by Jack Davis (self portrait with Alfred E. Neuman and The Crypt Keeper), "Death of an Ace" (color) by George Evans, "STAR HAWKS" by Gil Kane, Pogo by Selby Kelly, and "TEDDY BEAR" by Bernie Wrightson. "MERLIN" by Hal Foster bears the round HRF stamp with "1436" hand written inside. There is also a full color version of "MERLIN'. the third color print is a Frazetta book cover. The unsigned prints include "MERLIN" by Hal Foster (color), "Swamp Rescue" by Will Eisner, book cover by Frank Frazetta (color), "Prince Machiavelli" by Burne Hogarth, "THROUGH WHOM MY POWER FLOWS" by Michael Wm. Kaluta, an un-named print by Harvey Kurtzman, "Space Soldiers" by Al Williamson and "Dweller in the Dungeon" by Wallace Wood. prints: 16" h x 12" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Sunday (12/23/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker - beetle bailey, Original Sunday Page Art (12/23/?) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (01/11/1972)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "SNOB" (01/11/1972) art area: 4½" h x 15" w

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Brinkerhoff - Little Mary MixUP 3/30/1942 NO RESERVE!
R.M. Brinkerhoff
R.M. Brinkerhoff Little Mary MixUp (3/30/1942) O riginal Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The comic strip Little Mary Mixup by cartoonist Robert Moore Brinkerhoff was distributed by United Features Syndicate from 1917–1956. It debuted as a gag-a-day strip featuring a mischievous 9-year-old girl. However, Mary aged slowly over time, and by World War II, she was an adventurous teenager who could participate in the war. By then, Little Mary Mixup had developed from a gag strip into an adventure strip that involved kidnappers, crooks, and a treasure hunt. However, the Sunday strips were separated from the daily continuity and continued to feature simple gags. The strip appeared in 143 most minor newspapers. It ended in 1956, when Brinkerhoff retired. art area: 4 ¾" h x 21 ¾" w

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1h 18mn ago
Walker/Browne - Hi and Lois, Daily (01/20/1965) NO RESERVE!
Mort Walker/dik Browne
Mort Walker/Dik Browne Hi and Lois Original Daily Strip Art (01/20/1965) NO RESERVE! This is a very clean piece. All the ziptone is intact. art area: 4 ¾" h x 16" w

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Van Buren - Abbie an' Slats 7/6/1965 NO RESERVE!
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren Abbie an' Slats (7/6/1965) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 5 ¼" h x 19 ¼" w

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Byrnes - Reg'lar Fellers 9/11/1930s NO RESERVE!
Gene Byrnes
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers (9/11/1930s) Original Daily Strip Art "COOL HEADS" "595-515" NO RESERVE! "Eugene Byrnes (March 18, 1889 - July 26, 1974) set out on a sporting career, which was brutally cut short when he broke his leg during a wrestling match in 1911. While recuperating in the hospital, he spent his time copying Tad Dorgan's cartoons. Then he began drawing his own, following a correspondence course at the Landon School of cartooning and illustrating, and he sent his work on to several newspapers. In 1915, his first strip, 'Things That Never Happen', was published. He met Winsor McCay, who got him a job as a sports cartoonist at the New York Telegram. It was there that Eugene Byrnes created his comic, 'It's a Great Life If You Don't Weaken', which became a slogan for the American Army during World War I. In 1917, the strip was complemented by 'Reg'lar Fellers', about a gang of kids. This strip became a huge success, and ran daily and Sunday until 1950. Byrnes is also important to the comic world because of the number of professional textbooks he wrote on cartooning, such as 'How to Draw Comics and Commercial Art' (1939) and 'A Complete Guide to Professional Cartooning' (1950). Byrnes retired in the 1960s, and died in 1974." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 19 ¾" w

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Byrnes - Reg'lar Fellers 6/23/1930s NO RESERVE!
Gene Byrnes
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers (6/23/1930s) Original Daily Strip Art "REAL SORROW" "566-488" NO RESERVE! The upper right corner is missing. It does not affect the art, only the last two letters of "Byrnes". "Eugene Byrnes (March 18, 1889 - July 26, 1974) set out on a sporting career, which was brutally cut short when he broke his leg during a wrestling match in 1911. While recuperating in the hospital, he spent his time copying Tad Dorgan's cartoons. Then he began drawing his own, following a correspondence course at the Landon School of cartooning and illustrating, and he sent his work on to several newspapers. In 1915, his first strip, 'Things That Never Happen', was published. He met Winsor McCay, who got him a job as a sports cartoonist at the New York Telegram. It was there that Eugene Byrnes created his comic, 'It's a Great Life If You Don't Weaken', which became a slogan for the American Army during World War I. In 1917, the strip was complemented by 'Reg'lar Fellers', about a gang of kids. This strip became a huge success, and ran daily and Sunday until 1950. Byrnes is also important to the comic world because of the number of professional textbooks he wrote on cartooning, such as 'How to Draw Comics and Commercial Art' (1939) and 'A Complete Guide to Professional Cartooning' (1950). Byrnes retired in the 1960s, and died in 1974." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 20 ¾" w

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Schrim - SPA FON! (2002) NO RESERVE!
Schrim
Schrim SPA FON! (2002) NO RESERVE! From the personal collection of Al Feldstein. This special "Crypt Keeper" was drawn just for Al. art area; 7¾" h x 11" w

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King - Gasoline Alley 7/16/1937 NO RESERVE!
Frank Frank King
Frank Frank King - Gasoline Alley (7/16/1937) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 6" h x 20" w

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Van Buren - Abbie an' Slats 1/16/1969 NO RESERVE!
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren Abbie an' Slats (1/16/1969) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The yellow splotch in the upper left corner is some very old tape. art area: 5 ¼" h x 19 ¼" w

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Sullivan - PRISCILLA'S POP 8/17/1977 NO RESERVE!
Ed Sullivan
Ed Sullivan PRISCILLA'S POP (8/17/1977) Original Daily Strip Art

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (12/07/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (12/07/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (04/16/1977)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "FUNNY STUFF" (04/16/1977) art area: 3½" h x 12" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (09/29/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (09/29/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Sunday (12/28/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Sunday Page Art (12/28/?) art area: 10" h x 15¼" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page proof was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. This piece also has the as-printed strip. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Starr - Little Orphan Anne 5/25/1982 NO RESERVE!
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr Little Orphan Anne (5/25/1982) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The lower two thirds of the last frame is a paste-over of original art. art area: 5" h x 16 ¼" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Daily (1/6/1992) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip Art (1/6/1992) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w

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THE TRIBUNE PRIMER by Eugene Field (1900) NO RESERVE!
The Tribune Primer
THE TRIBUNE PRIMER by Eugene Field (1900) NO RESERVE! From the personal collection of Al Feldstein. 7" h x 4¾" w x ½" thick

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