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    Jose Luis Salinas Cisco Kid Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-16-52 (King Features Syndicate, 1952). An often overlooked jewel of a strip, Jose Luis Salinas' art was on-par with some of the greatest comic strip artists of the time. Fans of Alex Raymond and/or Frank Frazetta's comic strip work should really take note! The clean lines, drop-dead lovely women, and the unusual method of rendering Cisco's shirt make this eye-candy strip an absolute joy to behold! Crafted in ink with white paint highlights over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.25" x 5.5". Signed in the last panel. The board has been folded between the first and second panels to allow mailing to the syndicate. In Excellent condition.

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