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    Mike Zeck and Phil Zimelman Ultimate Spider-Man Cover Painting Original Art (Marvel/Boulevard, 1994). Pre-dating the creation of Marvel's Ultimate Universe by a full six years, this trade-size novel was a collection of text stories about everybody's favorite webspinner. The bold and vibrant Zeck/Zimelman cover was produced in bright opaque watercolor with a matted image area of 12" x 18". Signed and dated in the lower right of the image area. It is Plexiglas front framed to 16.25" x 23.25". Comes with a copy of the printed anthology. In Excellent condition.

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