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    George Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-17-17 (King Features, 1917). For those who have ever wondered why the name "Krazy" comes a wacky story about the Kat's eternal love of being bopped on the bean by a brick -- even those not tossed by Ignatz bring a strange sense of bliss to this mixed-up feline! Never fear, though, because Ignatz turns up to fling one himself in the bottom tier of panels. What a wonderful early Sunday by Herriman! The art is in ink and blue pencil on Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 18.5" x 21.25", matted to an overall 22.75" x 26". In Very Good condition.

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    August, 2013
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