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    The Incredible Hulk Stan Lee-Signed Limited Edition Sericel #219/500 (Marvel/Toon Art, 1999). Star of comic books, newspaper comic strips, and TV, both in live-action and animated cartoons, the Incredible Hulk was the creation of writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. Here's a fantastic, action-packed image of the Green Goliath, produced as a sericel and lithograph background, based on art by Dave Cockrum and Joe Jusko. The image area measures approximately 12" x 15.25"' the litho was boldly hand-signed in blue marker by Stan Lee (1922 - 2018). Matted with an opening of 18" x 21.5" and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 25" x 28.75". A Marvel COA is included in an envelope on back of the frame, along with a 4" x 6" color photo of Stan signing the edition. Minor wear to frame, which is sold as-is; setup is in Fine condition.

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    January, 2019
    20th Sunday
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