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    Mike Esposito and Stan Goldberg and Amazing Spider-Man #40 Panel Re-Creation Illustration Green Goblin Original Art (undated). Birth of the Green Goblin -- one of Spider-Man's most fearsome foes! This illustration of the first panel of Page 6 from the landmark issue originally created in 1966 by John Romita Sr. and inker Mike Esposito, who with colors by Stan Goldberg, produced this accurate re-creation of the monumental moment from Spider-Man history. Ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board with an image size of 8" x 13". Slight toning, signed by the art team in the bottom margin. In Excellent condition.


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