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    Burne Hogarth - Original Comic Strip Art for Tarzan Sunday dated 11-11-45 (United Feature Syndicate, 1945). Burne Hogarth's influence on comics and comic strip art is incalculable; along with Alex Raymond, he helped shape every facet of the medium, and few artists in history can deny being influenced by his mastery of storytelling, not to mention form, light and shadow. In this piece our vine-swinging hero tangles with a hyena and struggles through eight action-packed panels to subdue his attacker. The art is boldly signed by Hogarth in the last panel. Very clean, there is virtually no white-out and measures 27" x 20.5". It is a large piece comprised of two pieces of board taped in the middle from the back.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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