DescriptionAntonio Prohias - Mad #142, "Spy vs Spy" Page Original Art (EC, 1971). Cartoonist Antonio Prohias' black and white capped secret agents have been double-crossing each other in Mad since 1960. Though each strip ended with victory for one of the spies, the recursive serial format ensured that this strip's victim would be the next one's victor. This art has an image area of 13.5" x 17", and includes a rubylith overlay, used by the printer to place tone in the printed art. Aside from some slight apparent aging, both items are in Very Good condition. Includes the spine art to one of Prohias' "Spy vs Spy" paperbacks, hand-inked and hand-painted in watercolor. The image area measures 8" x 1", and the work is in Excellent condition.
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