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    Jim Lee and Scott Williams X-Men #2 Double Page Spread 8-9 Original Art (Marvel, 1991). From the record-breaking new "adjectiveless" X-Men, this two-page spread is from the story "Firestorm", and its fall-out from the "X-tinction Agenda" story arc. The spread features Psylocke, Nick Fury, and Val Cooper. Created in ink over graphite on two separate Bristol boards with a combined image area of 21" x 15". All text is hand-lettered paste-up. The image on the video screens in the last two panels are stat paste-ups from the previous panel. The S.H.I.E.L.D. logo in the middle of Page 9 is a stat paste-up also. Signed by Jim Lee in the lower margin of Page 9. Overall in Excellent condition.

    More information about Jim Lee, also known as Lee, Jim, .

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    5th-8th Thursday-Sunday
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