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    Jim Lee and Scott Williams The Uncanny X-Men #276 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Classic Jim Lee X-Men page, right as he was reaching the height of his popularity on the preeminent Marvel mutant title. In fact, this was his next-to-last issue on this flagship title before he helped launch the (adjectiveless) X-Men series. This page features Lila, Deathbird, Forge, Banshee, Storm, the Starjammers ship, Jubilee, an evil Psylocke, Wolverine, and the Gladiator. Rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The slightly toned board has text and balloon paste-ups that are loose or missing, with glue residue staining, production holes on the sides and tape marks and residue in the margins. Light edge and handling wear. Signed by Lee and Williams in silver at the bottom. In Very Good condition.

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