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    Wally Wood Cannon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art #C-94 dated 1973 (Wood and Richter, 1973). Wood's Cannon strip was published in military newspapers during the Vietnam war era and featured his ravishing (and occasionally naked) women, fist fights, fast cars, and international intrigue, and this Sunday has it all. This was the only Cannon strip to have been presented in this format, originally having a wonderful original art stat of the naked Elena running down the left side of the page (Panel 5). The stat is unfortunately missing, but could easily be replaced. The strip is on two pieces of thin Bristol board and showcases Wood's quick paced action adventure story. The ink and Zipatone over blue pencil pages have just a few spots of whiteout, with light handling wear and soiling. The title logo is a pasted on stat. as is the Porsche and jet in Panels 1 and 3. The overall image size measures approximately 16.75" x 23.5", and the art is in otherwise Excellent condition.

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