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Blondie (1977) Dean Young & Jim Raymond

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Blondie (1977) Dean Young & Jim Raymond

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Blondie (1977) Dean Young & Jim Raymond

375.00

BLONDIE original comic strip daily by Drake and Raymond,
featuring a memorable gag with Dagwood!


Size: 16.5" x 5.75" inches (unframed)
Release Date: 27th January, 1977
Produced By: King Features Syndicate, INC
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CA-00746

COMMENTS 
Here is the original art for the classic "Blondie" Daily Comic Strip, dated January 27th, 1977, written by Dean Young and illustrated by Jim Raymond. 

This BLONDIE strip measures 16.5" x 5.75" inches, and the artwork is in excellent condition. The artwork is signed by both Young and Raymond in the third panel. 

DEAN YOUNG
Dean Wayne Young (born July 2, 1938) is the head writer of the popular comic strip Blondie, which he inherited from his father Chic Young, who died in 1973.

JIM RAYMOND
Jim Raymond (1917–1981) was a comic strip artist and the younger brother of Flash Gordon artist Alex Raymond. He was also the great-uncle of actors Matt Dillon and Kevin Dillon. Raymond began a long association with the Blondie strip, beginning as an art assistant to Chic Young in 1935. By 1938, Raymond took over much of the art chores from Young, and in 1950, due to Chic's diminishing eyesight, Raymond permanently became the lead artist of Blondie and began to develop the distinctive style that the strip uses to this day.

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