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    Russ Heath - Original Art for Our Army at War #256, pages 1 and 8 (DC, 1973). Two outstanding pages from the seminal story in which Rock is sent off to command an elite squad of other sergeants, page 1 highlights the regular supporting cast, as Rock says his good-byes to Bulldozer, Ice Cream Soldier, Jackie Johnson, Little Sure Shot, and Wildman. Page 8 is a moody piece showing how Rock has been ostracized by the group. Both pages are in excellent condition; page 8 shows heavy white-out in panel three, as Heath apparently drew the wrong kind of helmet, and a correction was made. Still, this detracts very little from Heath's outstanding work. 2 pages, 10.5" x 16" each.

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