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March 17, 2015

Comics on display at Cherry Hill library

One of the works is a Superman cartoon from the 1940s

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The public library in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Rare comics and other drawings are on display at Cherry Hill’s Public Library until the end of March, according to the library’s website.

The work, which includes a Superman strip from the 1940s, is part of a private collection owned by local graphic designer Richard Greene.

There is also work from a New Yorker artist and Eric Battle, who did work on Batman.

“The range of material, in both subject and technique, offers an entertaining and educational experience,” the announcement on the library’s site said.

In addition to the comics, the library is also featuring work in March by local artist Sherry Dellaria-McGrath in a show called "Sparkle and Texture." Dellaria-McGrath has also done illustrations for children’s books, according to the website.

More information can be found here.