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    Wally Wood I.Q. & the Rejects and Other Logotype Designs Original Art Group of 4 (1960s). Wood, though disappointed by a fickle publishing marketplace after his heyday at EC Comics, kept coming up with original concepts in the realms of humor, horror, and fantasy. I.Q. & the Rejects was a superhero-team proposal, built around five weird characters and practically interchangeable with his other super-team pitch, Fearless Ferris & the Misfits. The present array includes two Rejects logo concepts, accompanied by two related pieces. Mixed media on varied page-stock. Image areas, 12" x 3" to 7" x 10". Good to Very Good condition.

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    23rd-24th Sunday-Monday
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