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    John Romita Sr. Sub-Mariner #62 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1973). Prince Namor, and Namorita, battle the hordes of Dr. Hydro on this cover, although Namorita seems to be wearing Tamara's costume instead! Nothing that a coloring fix can't help cover up! The cover was rendered in ink over blue pencil on World Color Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Signed with a "J.R." in the upper left of the art image area. The logo and header info are a stat paste-up. The lower caption is a hand-lettered paste-up, as are the word balloons. The toned cover is in Very Good condition. Comes with a copy of the printed comic.

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