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    Antonio Prohias MAD Complete 1-Page Story "Spy vs. Spy" Original Art (EC, c. 1960s). Here's another installment of that friendly rivalry between the man in black and the man in white, both dedicated to the cause...of outsmarting each other. Prohias name has been spelled out in Morse Code in the top title panel, and he has signed in the last panel. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an overall matted image area of approximately 16" x 21" and a glass front framed sized to 21" x 26". The boards are very lightly tanned, and there is a whiteout correction marks, and the back of the frame has some tears in the backing. Art is in Very Good condition. From the MAD Collection of Annie Gaines Ashton.

    More Information: EDIT: corrected to Morse Code in long description.

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