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    George Evans and Harvey Kurtzman Two-Fisted Tales #34 Complete 7-Page Story "Guynemer" Original Art (EC, 1953). As all true EC fan-addicts know, among Harvey Kurtzman's best works are his hard-hitting war stories -- his unflinchingly truthful approach combined with a riveting "you are there" point of view revolutionized the genre. George Evans' finely detailed, moody art is at an all-time peak for this pre-Code yarn about World War I French Ace Georges Guynemer, the "cover story" of the issue, and one of his best in the war genre. Each thrilling page of this first-rate masterwork has an image area of 13" x 18", and aside from a few scattered stains, the art is in Excellent condition.

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