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    Jack Kirby Boys' Ranch #1 Story Page 2 Original Art (Harvey, 1950). Page 2 of the story "Meet Wee Willie Weehawken" introduced "the oldest boy at Boys' Ranch". This story continued the origin of the Boys' Ranch and the main characters of Clay Duncan, Angel, Dandy, and Wabash. The page was crafted twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Illustration board with an image area of 13" x 18". It has a center horizontal crease through it. It was slated for a reprint in 1955's Western Tales #31, but pulled and replaced with content from the unpublished issue #7 of Boys' Ranch instead. This page is lightly toned and in Very Good condition.

    More information about Jack Kirby, also known as Kirby, Jack, Jacob Kurtzberg, Kurtzberg, Jacob.

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