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    John Buscema Jungle Action #1 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). Lorna, Tharn, and Jann (all of the Jungle), were the stars in this jungle anthology. A powerful cover set the tone, with a charging lion, rendered by Buscema in ink over graphite on 9.25" x 8" Bristol board. The board was then affixed to Marvel World Color cover stock Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" (including stat logo/header). There is glue residue where a stat of Tharn was used to bring his image up and twist it a bit to get his knee off Lorna's head. That stat is affixed to the reverse of the board. All lower cover text is stat as well, with some glue residue in several places (and one of the asterisks is missing). Signed by Buscema in the lower image area. In Good condition.

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