Morgan Shepherd Comic; Part 3 Conclusion

This three part series was originally published by Vortec Comics back in the 90’s. NASCAR was growing and learning about some of the drivers was important to build a diverse fan base. Arguably, these comics were also another way to bring younger fans into the fold. The facts contained in them are accurate is not deeply informative.

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