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    Hal Foster Tarzan Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-6-32 (United Feature Syndicate, 1932). This installment, titled "The Menacing Stream" is just chock-full of crocodiles! Danger and excitement came easy in this strip, under the pencil of the legendary Hal Foster. Many art historians feel the Foster era was the pinnacle for this long-running strip, in spite of the high caliber artists that were to follow him. The Sunday installments had just begun in early 1931, so this is one of the earliest Tarzan Sundays. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 19.5" x 26.5". It is matted to 26" x 33". Tanned, with handling and edge wear, there are creases in the top and bottom, and the logo is a replacement stat. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Al Williamson Collection.

    More information about Hal Foster, also known as Foster, Hal, Harold Foster, Foster, Harold.

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    November, 2015
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