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    Wally Wood MAD #19 Complete 6-Page Story "The Cane Mutiny!" Original Art (EC, 1955). It's Movie Time, MAD-style, as writer Harvey Kurtzman and artist Wally Wood dive head first into one of the biggest hits of 1954, The Caine Mutiny. This is Kurtzman and Wood at their MADdest, with some of the most memorable gags from the comic book run, including the "Strawberry Incident" ("Don't be ridiculous! I merely brought you down here to ask you to join me in a dish of sand! ...Ummm Yummy!") and the post-courtroom "slosh and slip" fight scene! It's a blast from the first panel to the last, with "eyeball kicks" hidden in just about every corner. The art is in ink, graphite, and Zipatone shading film on Bristol board, with an average image area of 13" x 18". The pages all have handling wear along the outer edges, but the art images remain in Excellent condition. And by the way... how's your mom, Ed?

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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    I have done a preliminary analysis and the total of the hammer prices was $67,550. With BP, the final figure was $80,722.25. That is against the total insurance value of $34,785 or 2.32 x ‘pre-auction estimate’. Incredible, really, so a big thanks.
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