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    Spider-Man Animation Drawings Sequence of 11 with Related Newspaper (Marvel/Grantray-Lawrence Animation, 1967-2003). Here's the "friendly neighborhood Spider-Man," as the lyrics to this series' theme song went, in a sequence of eleven original animation drawings. It's an action sequence of a full-figure Spidey running, drawn in graphite and blue pencil with an image size range of 2.5" to 3". These are from the first season, as noted by the six-legged spider logo on our hero's costume. Drawings are numbered 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, and 32; each is hand-signed by the show's original producer, Ray Patterson (1911 - 2001). Also included is a copy of a California newspaper supplement, The Ramona Sentinel Magazine dated April 2003, with a cover feature on the animated series and Mr. Patterson; it too is signed. Drawings are in Very Good overall condition, with minor handling and edge wear.

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