That's a pretty good haul for $14.75!
I also bought some fruits and veggies, but you don't want to see pictures of them. :)
It’s my sad fate to relate that I received word a little while ago from Fred Ayers that his father has passed away yesterday, May 4, a few days after his 90th birthday. Stan and I had each sent greetings, as doubtless did some of you. I know no other details at present.
Regretfully,His first comics work publisher in World War II newspapers in 1942, Dick Ayers began work for Dell after the war. He studied under Burne Hogarth and worked for Joe Shuster‘s studio, before drawing horror comics for Marvel-predecessor Atlas Comics and Charlton.
|Incredible Hulk print that Dick Ayers autographed for me.|
|Sue Storm print he signed for my brother.|