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    Jim Lee Ghost Rider #5 Cover The Punisher Original Art (Marvel, 1990). The Ghost Rider (Danny Ketch) is taking on The Punisher on this intense cover that pits Hellfire against Gunfire! Jim Lee already had a long-run illustrating the adventures of Frank Castle, so this cover was a real treat for his fans. Produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Marvel Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 14.75". The corner box, logo, and story title are paste-ups on an acetate overlay. There are some whiteout art corrections, and staples in the lower right margin. Comes with a partial color/guide. In Excellent condition. Modern Masterworks from the Jeff Nason Collection.

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

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