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    Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-12-16 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1916). Buster meets with an explosive "end" in this Sunday feature. Tige the talking dog is the voice of reason. Think of this as a predecessor to Calvin and Hobbes, but with the violence turned up. Signed by Outcault in the last panel. The page was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.75" x 20". Matted and UV glass front framed out to 24.5" x 25.75". The board has been folded horizontally through the second tier. Likewise, there is a crease in the bottom middle panel. With toning and a stain in the left margin, it is in Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2017
    10th-12th Thursday-Saturday
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