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    Mark Schultz Comics Journal #150 Cover Xenozoic Tales/Cadillacs and Dinosaurs Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1992). Hannah Dundee is enjoying a copy of Nancy Eats Food, as Jack Tenrec checks out Dragons, next to a pile of some top notch tales. Schultz' own Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (and sister book Xenozoic Tales) is also fine reading. This specialty piece was produced specifically for the respected and long-running industry publication The Comics Journal. Ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with a 9.5" x 9.5" image area. Signed and dated 1991 in the right side of the image. In Excellent condition.

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