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    Greg Irons - Deviant Slice Funnies #1 Back Cover Original Art (Print Mint Press, 1972). The late, Underground great, Greg Irons, died in 1984, leaving behind a legacy of socially aware and gut-wrenchingly gritty comix. Together with Tom Veitch, his Vietnam strips were literally years ahead of their equivalents in other, more respectable media. Irons was a giant in fantasy tattoos as well, and also worked on the Beatles' classic animated film "Yellow Submarine". In 1972, he created this unforgettable cover illustration for Deviant Slice Funnies #1, featuring a limbless soldier without a face, as a parody of Time Magazine. Titled "Johnny Comes Marching Home" -- it's enough to make you wince! The cover has an image area of 8" x 12" and the art is in Excellent condition.

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    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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