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Harsh Realism
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Dick Tracy or in the text Dick Trace
 Inspired by Tim's Chuck Brown post, and in between waiting for sketches to be approved and going to a final, I scanned in these pages from NATIONAL LAMPOON PRESENTS THE VERY LARGE BOOK OF COMICAL FUNNIES published in 1975. The title of the piece is "Harsh Realities." The artwork is by Wayne McLoughlin and the text by P.J. O'Rourke (not that you'll be able to read all of the text here). I didn't scan the entire image of each because to do so would have meant breaking the binding on my pristene mint copy of this issue. That's a sacrifice I was unwilling to make.

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Popeye
Little Orphan Annie
 He also illustrates the WARRIORS series of books which if you have kids of a certain age you're probably very familiar with.



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