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    John Rosenberger and John Giunta Pep Comics #150 Story Page 6 Jaguar Original Art (Archie Comics, 1961). Ralph "Jaguar" Hardy, one of the Archie Adventure Group's more conventionally appealing superheroes, ends a time-warping escapade by wondering, "Was it a dream? Or was I really in the past?" Curatorial notes of recent years have ascribed this story to Harry Lucey and Terry Szenics, but that distinctive Rosenberger style is unmistakable. To cinch the identification, Rosenberger's mailing address is affixed to the reverse. The story had an unusual début outside the Archie Adventure brand -- appearing alongside various comical stories in the Archie-centric Pep. This last page of a six-page story was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". Excellent condition.

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