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    Bill Ward (attributed) Motion Picture Comics #106 "Texas Rangers" Story Page 20 (Fawcett, 1951). A dynamically composed page from an adaptation of Columbia Pictures' The Texas Rangers, starring George Montgomery as a reformed outlaw. Dynamic inking makes especially good use of drybrush shading and crosshatching. The image of a door, buckling under gunfire, is an only-in-the-comics effect that even the movie could not match. An armed siege at the historic Texas settlement of Belton, Bell County, has repercussions all the way to Austin. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Light toning and some marginal staining. Very Good condition.

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