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Lithograph Signed by Over 50 Comic Art Legends.

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Lithograph Signed by Over 50 Comic Art Legends.
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(Starbur, 1987) A large color lithographic print on heavy paper of a “jam” illustration accomplished and signed by (50+) comic art legends featuring many of the most iconic characters from the history of American cartooning. Commissioned by Starbur Productions in honor of the 200th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States, the piece takes as its theme a constitutional convention attended by delegates such as Spider-Man, Snoopy, Garfield, Alfred E. Neuman, Woody Woodpecker, Hagar the Horrible, Prince Valiant, Marmaduke, Nancy, Blondie, Family Circus, Beetle Bailey and Sarge, Jiggs, and many, many more. The print is signed in pencil below the image by artists including: Stan Lee (Spider-Man), Jack Davis, Charles Schulz (Peanuts), Mort Drucker (Mad), Al Jaffe (Mad), Will Elder (Mad), Sergio Aragones (Mad and Groo), D. Morton (Mad), Harvey Kurtzman (Mad and Little Annie Fannie), Jim Davis (Garfield), Mort Walker (Beatle Bailey), Russell Myers (Broomhilda), Johnny Hart (Wizard of Id and B.C.), Mike Peters (Mother Goose and Grim), Bill Keane (Family Circus), Dean Young (Blondie), Christopher Browne (Hagar the Horrible), Jim Unger (Herman), Chance Browne (Hagar the Horrible), Brad Anderson (Marmaduke), Greg Evans (Luann), Bill Hoest (The Lockhorns), Bob Thaves (Frank and Ernest), Greg Howard (Sally Forth), Lynn Johnston (For Better or Worse), Fred Lasswell (Snuffy Smith), Mell Lazarus (Miss Peach and Momma), and many others. Measuring 22.5”x31.75” visible under glass through a 30.25”x39.5” wood frame, the piece appears to be in good condition with moderate wear to the frame from previous display.