FRANK STACK. "Dr. Feelgood Meets
Superman" from "The
Casebook of Dr. Feelgood" (1977).
Cigar-chomping Dr. Feelgood was
Stack's ongoing purveyor of down-home psychiatric advice, who
starred in two issues of Feelgood Funnies (Rip Off
Press) and other venues. In this classic match-up Frank
Stack parodies the social and legal obstacles a real Clark
Kent/Superman would face in the modern world. Signed
twice (at top and in final panel). Perfect item for a collector
who is a fan of both underground comic books and Superman.
This original art is warranted to be from the artist's personal
collection (Stack is exclusively represented by this agency).
The art comes with a letter of authenticity upon request. See
"bio" section for information on Frank
Stack (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon), one of the very
earliest and most important of the underground cartoonists.
Size/medium/condition/price: Drawn in brush, pen and ink, with some white-out
corrections, on lightweight drawing paper measuring 13 5/8 inches
wide by 16 1/2 inches high. Some light blue pencil lettering
guides remain visible. here is one spell check in margin. Four
small areas of residue tape yellowing toward bottom,, outside
the image area. If you are looking for a key Stack page for your
collection, this one is highly recommended. The top of the art
is hinge-mounted with archival tape to a professionally cut mat
measuring 16 inches wide x 20 inches high.