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Todd McFarlane Comic Art Wanted

NateDSanders.com Auctions has done so well with comic art in recent auctions that we are specifically seeking consignments in that area.  In fact, we are now offering a zero percent seller’s commission for Todd McFarlane Comic Art or any comic art reserved at more than $15,000.   Comic art (including Todd McFarlane Comic Art) continues to command high prices at auction.  Here are some prices that Nate D. Sanders Auctions has recently achieved.

Alex Raymond Signed 1942 Sunday “Flash Gordon” Hand-Drawn Strip

Alex Raymond signed “Flash Gordon” strip, hand-drawn in ink, from Sunday, 6 September 1942, syndicated by King Features. The strip is signed in the lower right corner, “Alex Raymond” with his characteristic flourishes. In this action-packed strip, Flash embraces Dale in front of Queen Desira, who feels the pangs of jealousy. After swimming with Flash, Dale and Dr. Zarkov to escape giant termites, she experiences a different kind of magnetism. Raymond drew his science fiction adventure from 1934-43. This panel belonged to Jim Raymond, his brother, also a cartoonist, who worked on Blondie. Strip is drawn on 20″ x 15″ artist’s board and matted to an overall size of 20.5″ x 17.25″. Light overall toning and small area of foxing near King Features label, else near fine  (We can evaluate the condition of your Todd McFarlane Comic Art).  Lot includes a Fall 1956 issue of “The Cartoonist,” featuring an obituary of Alex Raymond, who died in an auto accident on 6 September 1956, 14 years to the day after the date of this strip. A spectacular representation of Raymond’s work.  Sold for $13,500.

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Alex Raymond Signed 1942 Sunday “Flash Gordon” Hand-Drawn Strip

Todd McFarlane Comic Art Wanted

Red Baron “Peanuts” Sunday Comic Strip — Appeared on New Years Day 1967 — Snoopy Confronts His Nemesis “The Red Baron”

Very scarce and desirable “Red Baron” Peanuts comic strip, hand-drawn by Charles Schulz. Appearing Sunday, 1 January 1967 and featuring Snoopy and Charlie Brown, this 15-panel strip is one of only eight “Peanuts” Sunday strips to run on New Years day. Strip features Snoopy as the Flying Ace, comically fantasizing about shooting down his WWI nemesis, the “Red Baron”. Tired of Snoopy’s ruckus, the European tavern owner in Snoopy’s dreams unceremoniously kicks him out of his doghouse in the pouring rain. Luckily, he always has Charlie Brown, with whom he reigns in the New Year. United Feature Syndicate label appears on second to last panel. 22.5″ x 15.5″ strip is matted to an overall size of 29.75″ x 22.5″. Very light creasing. Near fine (contact us for a free evaluation of your Todd McFarlane Comic Art).   Sold for $60,000.

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Red Baron “Peanuts” Sunday Comic Strip — Appeared on New Years Day 1967 — Snoopy Confronts His Nemesis “The Red Baron”

Todd McFarlane Comic Art Wanted

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