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    Wally Wood Panic #3 Complete 7-page Story "The Quite-a-Man" Original Art (EC, 1954). Get your Irish brogue ready for this wacky take-off on the 1952 film, The Quiet Man, starring "John Weighin" (John Wayne), "Berry Fitsgerry" (Barry Fitzgerald), "Mary Kin O'Hura" (Maureen O'Hara), and "Red Will Kin O'Hura" (Victor McLaglen). The whole crazy thing is drawn by Wally Wood, who places his usual quota of silly "eyeball kicks", and even adds Pogo, Albert, Churchy, and other swamp critters at the end, who search Ireland for -- who else? Walt Kelly! Each page has an image area of approximately 13" x 18", and the art remains in mostly Excellent condition, save a wee bit o' soiling here and there.

    More information about Wally Wood, also known as Wood, Wally, Wallace Wood.

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    November, 2009
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
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