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    Wally Wood - Superhero Sketches Original Art Group of 17 (c. 1940s). A young Wally Wood was practicing the craft that would he would use to build a career. Where better to learn than from some of the best! These are onionskin tracings in graphite and/or ink by Wood. The appear to contain images from various comics, with work by Lou Fine and others! We spotted Doll Man, the Ray, and Tarzan in amongst various other characters. There are 17 sheets here, each approximately 6" x 9", and they have been mounted on 9" x 12" Bristol board. Some of these have come loose, all are discolored from glue residue. In Good condition.

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    March, 2020
    1st-2nd Sunday-Monday
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