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    John Romita Sr. - Amazing Spider-Man #111 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1972). It's Bronze Age web-slingin' action as drawn by the one and only Jazzy John Romita Sr.! The size of the image is approximately 10" x 15.25", and it's in Very Good condition. The cover retains its original logo and type stats. There are a few minor glue stains, and white-out art corrections in the Gibbon's face, and Kraven's fur, where it overlaps the title logo. Some blue-line pencil shows under the inked art, revealing a wonderful insight into the jazzy one's creative working methods. Romita signed the art in the lower right border. Original Spider-Man cover art by Romita! Don't let the chance to own this wonder swing on by you.

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    June, 2004
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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