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    Ed Sullivan Out Our Way Sunday Comic Strip Original Art 8-29-71 (NEA, 1971). Rare that a fan gets to inherit the responsibility for a classic comic strip. Sullivan cherished J.R. Williams' Out Our Way so thoroughly that he created a look-alike feature called The Googans while a youngster. Sullivan landed the authentic Out Our Way assignment in 1971 (long after Williams' death) and persisted until its cancellation in 1974. This bright example captures the spirit of Williams while adding fresh stylistic touches. (This Ed Sullivan is not to be confused with the TV personality.) Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 24" x 16". Slightly toned and the logo is a stat paste-up; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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    December, 2018
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