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    Doug Wildey Jonny Quest #1 Story Page 7 Original Art (Comico, 1986). It's doubtful there ever was a more "labor of love" in the comic industry than Doug Wildey returning to his animation creation Jonny Quest in this comic book series. He only produced a few stories and covers, the rest by some of the biggest powerhouse names in the industry, but Wildey's work was the most pure to form. This page featuring Jonny, Hadji, and Race Bannon from the story "The Sands of Khasa Tahid" was written, penciled, inked, watercolored, and even lettered by Doug Wildey. And it captures the feel of the cartoon completely. Crafted on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Wildey signed in the top margin and dated it on 5-2-87. In Excellent condition.

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