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    Hank Schlensker Buz Sawyer Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-4-79 (King Features Syndicate, 1979). There are few things as heart-warming as a boy and his Hawk. This fantastic and very detailed comic strip is from writer Ed Granberry and artist Hank Schlensker. They had been Roy Crane's assistants and began taking over the strip after he had retired in the 1960s and completely after his passing in 1977. This piece is produced in ink over graphite on Duotone board with an image area of 15" x 4.5". There is a vertical fold in the gutter between panels 1 and 2. It is personalized and signed by both creators in the left margin. In Excellent condition.

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    September, 2015
    6th Sunday
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