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    Cynthia Martin and Ken Steacy Star Wars #105 Cover Luke Skywalker Original Art (Marvel, 1986). "The Party's Over" for Luke Skywalker and friends as he is caught in the crossfire of blasters and bunnies! A simply gorgeous cover crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". It has been colored with bright, vivid opaque watercolors by Ken Steacy, and is one of only a handful of fully painted covers for the Marvel series. The original art was signed by both artists in the image area, and then signed again in 1997 in the UPC box. An acetate overlay has been added with a reproduction of the corner box and logo. In Excellent condition.

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