Frank Frazetta - Durango Kid #15, page 21 Dan Brand and Tipi Original Art (Magazine Enterprises, 1952). Frank Frazetta was just too good for comic books! This sumptuous page is certainly a fine example for that argument. It's the last page of a terrific Dan Brand and Tipi story, one of the few not later reprinted in White Indian. There's flying fist action in the top tier of panels, but it's the bottom row that really stands out, as Dan and Tipi say goodbye to their wolf pal Ba-Lu. Frazetta's use of solid blacks gives the page real depth, and his depiction of Ba-Lu ranges from snarling beast to loving animal companion in a convincing manner. This is comic book line art at its best! The board measures 13.5" x 21", with an image area of 12.5" x 18". There are a few light stains present, including a tape stain at the top that doesn't enter into the image area; overall, the condition is Excellent.

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