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    Gold Key Comics Preliminary Original Art (Gold Key, 1960s-70s). Preliminary story art, including an untitled 6-page Flintstones story; a 7-page Beep Beep the Roadrunner story, "In and Spin"; a 6-page story from Laurel and Hardy #1 (1966), "The Packed Package"; a 6-page Cool Cat story from Golden Digest #3 (1969), "Tree Trap"; a 9-page Mowgli (Jungle Book) story; a 10-page Wacky Witch story; an 8-page Little Hiawatha story; a 5-page Tom, Dick & Harriet story (art attributed to Lee Holley), and a 6-page Tweety and Sylvester story featuring Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner from Looney Tunes #6, "The Cold War," including the original script by Mark Evanier (stapled to folded art pages). Art is in graphite with red and blue pencil on onionskin or thin white paper, with image areas ranging from 10" x 14.5" up to 12" x 17". Overall Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2014
    16th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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