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    Don Sherwood - Dick Clark's Rock Roll and Remember Sunday Comic Strip Original Art, dated 8-6-95 (Olive Enterprises, 1995). Don Sherwood's resume includes stints on comic books such as The Partridge Family, The Phantom, and comic strips Terry and the Pirates, and Dan Flagg. He also handled character design for Hanna-Barbara television shows and illustrated for Columbia Pictures. In 1989, Don Sherwood teamed with Dick Clark in producing the realistic Sunday comics page feature Dick Clark's Rock Roll and Remember. This Sunday from August 8, 1995 cameos musicians Kiss, Chubby Checker, Rod Stewart, Hootie and the Blowfish, Chuck Berry, Peggy March, and the Yardbirds. Drawn in Sherwood's unfalteringly clean, open line style, the caricatures are right on. The art measures 14.5" 20.5" and is in Excellent condition.

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    February, 2005
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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