DescriptionGill Fox Feature Comics #60 Dollman Cover Original Art (Quality, 1942). The original minuscule superhero, Doll Man, makes good use of a pocket knife, rendering this gas-mask-wearing Kraut helpless. Patriotism was the order of the day, and Gill Fox, who was also the editor of Feature Comics at the time, offers up an action-packed image that virtually commands the kids of the era to snatch this issue off the stands. Feature also featured a bevy of other characters, and the head-shots highlighting this diverse cast are all original art, with the only exception (Lala Palooza) being a stat that has gone missing. The Feature logo has browned noticeably, but is still intact, and the art is in Very Good condition overall, with some blunting at the corners, a fair amount of white-out and general aging; the image area measures 8.5" x 12".
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