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    Michael H. Price and Jim Marrs Oswald's Confession & Other Tales from the War: "Lotta Brass!" Partial Story Group of 6 (Cremo Studios, 2012). Marrs is better known for his conspiracy history Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, and for Oliver Stone's movie version, JFK. Marrs also worked as a comics artist, often collaborating with Price. This example represents a Civil War-era tale of battlefront irony, modeled in homage to EC Comics' war books of the 1950s. The pages were created in 1998 in ink and felt marker over graphite on textured watercolor stock, and eventually published in 2012. Image area, 10" x 15". Light toning and smudging, with light fading in some dialogue balloons. Excellent condition.

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