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    Archie Artist Laugh Comics #111 2 Complete Half-Page Stories in One Composition Original Art (Archie Comics, 1960). More than mere filler-pieces, the Laugh Comics half-pagers served to develop the traits of key characters while allowing them brief star billing. The featured players here are knuckleheaded Big Moose Mason and a wisecracking Fred Andrews (Archie's father). The unsigned artist models Fred's friend after Groucho Marx -- but Fred steals the punchline. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 17.5". In Excellent condition, barring light staining on the Moose logotype.

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