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    Ric Estrada - Funny Animal Concept Drawings Group of 81 (c. 1970s-80s). Interesting group of funny animal (mostly bear) character studies, gags, and sketches by Cuban-American comics artist Ric Estrada (1928 - 2009), who is best known for his comic book work for EC, Dell, Hillman, St. John, Ziff-Davis, and Warren. He is most famously known for his work at DC, where he drew Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and many others. He also worked on the Flash Gordon newspaper strip, and was involved the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. This collection is drawn in black and color markers, graphite, and blue pencil on 12 field animation paper. Fascinating work from a true master of the field. Very Good condition with minor handling and edge wear.

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