Ron Wilson and Pablo Marcos Marvel Two-In-One #39 Cover Thing, Vision, and Daredevil Original Art (Marvel, 1978). More like Marvel Three-In-One, as Daredevil horns in on the cover of this issue. The art was produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The corner box, header, logos, all cover text, and the UPC box are all stat paste-ups, with some glue residue near several of them. The Bristol board has been slit just above the Vision to allow tucking his logo behind him. This was a common low-tech production technique at the time. There is also another slit just under the Thing's knee and some glue residue on his foot, indicating that they may have tried to place a caption box there but decided against it. The right side has some production oil stains just into the image area. The "The Final Gambit!" caption at the bottom is a modern day replacement. Overall in Very Good condition.

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