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    Mark Schultz - Xenozoic Tales Drawing Original Art (1991). As a teen, Mark Schultz found his creative muse in the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Frank Frazetta and Al Williamson, the original "King Kong" movie, and more. All of these influences went into his award-winning series for Kitchen Sink, Xenozoic Tales. This "future meets the past" saga even inspired a season of animated adventures for CBS, under the title "Cadillacs and Dinosaurs." In this beautiful tightly penciled sketch, main characters Jack and Hannah take time out to enjoy a few old comic books -- Flash Gordon, CARtoons, and Nancy among the lot! The art image area measures approximately 9" x 9", and is matted to an overall size of 14.25" x 13.5". Condition is Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2004
    8th Monday
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