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    Ken Bald Judd Saxon Daily Comic Strip Original Art Undated (King Features Syndicate, 1957). Bald graduated from comic books to syndicated comic strips in 1957 with Judd Saxon, a white-collar detective feature in the tradition of Rip Kirby, and used the strip as leverage into the more prominent Dr. Kildare. Bald's work here is of a high illustrative standard, very early in the run, as Saxon goes hunting for a corporate job. (Bald gained even more fans with a short-lived TV-based horror strip, Dark Shadows, from 1971-72.) Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 18" x 5.25". Adhesive staining and some peeling on Zip-shaded areas. Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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