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    John Severin Cracked #48 Infinity Cover Original Art (Major Publications, 1965). Infinity cover! Comic legend John Severin provided this parody of an old M&M candies ad for the cover. Note the "Bill Sproul" on the composition notebook -- he was the son of Editor Bob Sproul, and future Cracked Editor himself. Produced in acrylic on illustration board, with an image area of 12.25" x 10.5" (13" x 16" counting paste-up logo). The paste-up (logo and small caption box at the bottom) have come loose, however the page has been covered with clear plastic and taped on the backside so all components are still there and intact. The Cracked magazine (and the magazine on the magazine) in his left hand are stats. There is a bit of red residue from the glue used, that has smeared on the paste-up a tiny bit. Overall this is in Very Good condition. From The Cracked Vault Collection.

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