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    Gene Day Master of Kung Fu #112 Cover Shang-Chi Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Shang-Chi is about to "Commit and Destroy" his opponents on this cover produced by the late, great Gene Day. Shang's left arm was altered in the printed image, however this is the original un-altered art. There are some very minor slight slits around this chest area that indicate at one point there may have been a layer of Zipatone that was pulled off before the image was published. The cover is ink over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The board is tanned, otherwise in Excellent condition with great eye-appeal.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2016
    13th-14th Friday-Saturday
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