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    John Romita Sr. and Stan Lee Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-19-77 (Register and Tribune Syndicate Inc., 1977). The earliest Amazing Spider-Man daily that Heritage has ever offered, from the first year of the strip. A great action sequence drawn by one of Spidey's most influential artists, "Jazzy" John Romita Sr., and written by Spidey's creator, Stan "The Man" Lee. Done in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 4.25". In Excellent condition, inscribed and signed by both Romita and Lee in the bottom margin. A piece of Marvel history!

    More information about Romita Jr., John, also known as John Romita Jr., JRJR.

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