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    John Severin Cracked #68 Cover Original Art (Major Publications, 1968). Tomorrow's Humor Today! Or at least it was then. On this cover, painter Sylvester P. Smythe visits the Moon and finds out Moon people are much like us... or him. This cover is acrylic on illustration board with an image area of 14.5" x 9". The board is creased on the backside, but not on the front. There is edge and corner wear, but the image area doesn't go quite to the edges anyway. Signed (in reverse for some reason) on the left side image area by Severin. Overall in Excellent condition. From The Cracked Vault Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
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