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    Joe Madureira and Mark Farmer Deadpool: The Circle Chase #2 Double Splash Page 2-3 Original Art (Marvel, 1993). From just the second-ever Deadpool solo comic! It's "Rabbit Season, Duck Season" as the hunt for Tolliver's will continues in "The Circle Chase: Round 2". It's a chaotic two-page spread, and of course, the Merc with a Mouth is right in the thick of it! Rendered in ink over blue pencil on two conjoined sheets of bright white Marvel Bristol board with a combined image area of 21" x 15". The boards are joined with tape on the reverse side. There is a text correction paste-up on a balloon. Signed by Madureira in the bottom margin and by Farmer in the lower right side margin. In Excellent condition.


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