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    Carlos Garzon - Flash Gordon #26 page Original Art, Group of 22 (Gold Key, 1979). Carlos Garzon, longtime assistant to Al Williamson, shows what he can do solo with this superb group of Flash Gordon pages from issue #26. Any fan of Al Williamson's or Alex Raymond's version of Flash will enjoy Carlos' take on the character as well. Rocket ships, flying snakes, handsome heroes, gorgeous women -- this stellar yarn had it all! The pages include 1-4, 6-11, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22-27, 30, and 31. The image area of each page measures 10" x 15". Some pasted-on lettering corrections are loose; otherwise the pages average a Very Good condition. Twenty-two pages of pure wonderment can be yours! From the Random House Archives.

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