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    Frank Frazetta - Famous Funnies Portfolio Prints, Group of 8 (Russ Cochran, 1975). In 1953 and 1954, while working as an assistant to Al Capp, Frank Frazetta drew a series of eight covers for Famous Funnies comics #209 through #216. These eight covers, all featuring the character Buck Rogers, have made these issues valuable collector's items. This portfolio was reproduced from the original drawings, with the colors added by Frazetta. Far superior to the comic book versions, these eight prints were printed on heavy stock without type or logos. They represent some of the finest artwork ever created for the comics medium. The prints range from 12.5" x 13" to 12.5" x 17". Some very light wear to the outside envelope, otherwise the envelope and the prints are in Excellent condition.

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    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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