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    Mark Schultz - Hannah Dundee of Cadillacs & Dinosaurs Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s). Hannah Dundee co-starred with Jack Tenrec in a highly acclaimed series from the mid 1980s. Although they both first appeared in Death Rattle #8, they quickly moved into their own title, Xenozoic Tales. Later it was relaunched with the much more catchy title Cadillacs & Dinosaurs, which even had its own cartoon in 1993-94. This piece is dense graphite work over blue pencil on 9" x 12" paper. Signed in the image area. Auctioned on behalf of longtime comics professional, Larry Shell, whose artist friends have donated this and other pieces to assist him in this time of need.

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    July, 2019
    21st Sunday
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