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    John Buscema, John Romita, and Frank Giacoia Fantastic Four #114 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1971). This issue was the first full appearance of the Overmind. (He only had a couple of panels at the end of the previous issue.) Between the Human Torch making a smoke screen, Mr. Fantastic using his powers to "remotely pilot" the Pogo Plane, and the Thing in the foreground, this is an exciting and kind of chaotic cover for the story "But Who Shall Stop the Over-Mind". Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, logo, and all cover text are stat paste-ups. Signed by John Buscema in the lower margin. Slight paste-up glue residue in the top margin. There has been some slight stain-removal restoration done on this cover in the past. Overall, in restored Excellent condition.

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