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    Howard Sherman All Star Western #111 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC Comics, 1960). Dependable old-timer Sherman had adapted well over the long haul at DC, ranging from the mystical heroism of Dr. Fate to the futurism of Tommy Tomorrow. A sure hand, too, at the frontier yarns, Sherman shines in this humorous sequence involving a lovesick tribal maiden and her jealous suitor. DC's superhero revival was gathering momentum by now, but the company kept ginning along with the innovative Western titles and the all-genre talents -- in this case, Flash and Green Lantern scribe John Broome. The dialogue here conveys the same screwball romantic tone with which Broome distinguished his Lantern scripts. Editor Julius Schwartz also was the supervising architect of the costumed-hero resurgence. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Excellent condition.


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    September, 2020
    20th-21st Sunday-Monday
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