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    Dick Ayers Tim Holt #10 Complete 5-Page Story Original Art (Magazine Management, 1949). The Calico Kid, a backup character in the signature comic book of Western hero Tim Holt, gets the drop on a bad guy in this compact action-thriller. Ayers' bold radial compositions lend urgent momentum. In his mild-mannered civilian guise, the Calico Kid looks a whole lot like Clark "Superman" Kent. Signed by Ayers on first page. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.75" x 18.5". Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

    More information about Dick Ayers, also known as Ayers, Dick, Richard Ayers, Ayers, Richard.

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