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    John Severin Cracked #139 Cover Painting Original Art (Major Publications, 1976). This was the first of a four month period where part of King Kong appeared on the cover of this mazagine every issue. As funny as this gag is, don't let it distract you from the fact that Fonzie has been arrested by the cast of Barney Miller. Produced in acrylic paint on illustration board with an image area of 10" x 15". Slight foxing in the white area on the top, otherwise in Excellent condition. Note: "mazagine" is not a typo... it is a long running cover joke on almost every issue of Cracked. From the Cracked Vault Collection.

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