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    Dame Darcy Meat Cake #4 Original Art Group of 9 (Fantagraphics, 1995). Included are six panel pages and three text pages. The panel pages include the complete stories: "More Happy Hi-Jinx!", "God is Our Fortress and Our Rock", "Learn CPR", "Will O' the Wisp Octopus", and "Octagens Chaps". Almost all of Dame Darcy's cast of bizarre friends are featured somewhere... Richard Dirt, Friend the Girl, Strega Pez, Hindrance and Perfidia, Wax Wolf, and even the selfish shellfish Scampi! The three handwritten text pages include some small spot illustrations, and a bit of photocopy paste-up. They are all in at least Very Good condition.

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    September, 2019
    8th Sunday
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