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    George Tuska Iron Man #20 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969). The cover blurb "The Slave of Lucifer" answers the story title's question "Who Serves Lucifer?" The villain first appeared in X-Men #9, and in X-Men #20-21 it was explained that he was the cause of Professor X being in a wheelchair. This was his next appearance after that. The cover was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, price/issue, and logo are all printed paste-up. The lower cover blurb is a hand-lettered paste-up with a bit of production tape on it. There is whiteout art correction in the background, and some production oil stains in the side, top, and on Lucifer's belt. There is also a glue residue stain near Iron Man's foot. In Very Good condition.

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