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By Earl Baldwin, Peter dePaolo and Frank Frazetta. Frank Frazetta is the legendary illustrator who almost single-handedly changed the face of fantasy art with his paintings of Conan the Barbarian and the creations of Edgar Rice Burroughs. In 1952, at the height of his popularity as a comic book artist, Frazetta collaborated with Indianapolis 500 champion Peter DePaolo to create the superbly illustrated adventure series Johnny Comet. The action never ceases as Johnny Comet and his friends cross America at break-neck speeds, with trouble always close behind. Johnny is a race car driver who spends as much time fighting criminals and keeping up with beautiful women as he does on the race track! Eclipse Books, 1991. Out of Print. Condition: Very Fine. Tiny bump to bottom spine.

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Frank Frazetta is the legendary illustrator who almost single-handedly changed the face of fantasy art with his paintings of Conan the Barbarian and the creations of Edgar Rice Burroughs. In 1952, at the height of his popularity as a comic book artist, Frazetta collaborated with Indianapolis 500 champion Peter DePaolo to create the superbly illustrated adventure series Johnny Comet. The action never ceases as Johnny Comet and his friends cross America at break-neck speeds, with trouble always close behind. Johnny is a race car driver who spends as much time fighting criminals and keeping up with beautiful women as he does on the race track! Along for the thrilling ride is Johnny’s gorgeous girlfriend, race car owner Jean Fargo, and the humorous Ma and Pop Bottle. The most complete collection of this rare but extremely influential newspaper strip since its original serialization more than thirty years ago, Johnny Comet is a long awaited treat for comic art fans. This edition, made possible by Frazetta collectors around the world, exquisitely displays the black-and-white art of the world’s most popular fantasy illustrator!

Note: This is an out of print, used and/or rare book. Very Fine. Tiny bump to bottom spine.

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