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    John Romita Jr. and Al Milgrom Spectacular Spider-Man #223 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1995). Peter Parker's clone has a new beginning and a new name -- Ben Reilly. From the story set five years in the past "The Parker Legacy, Part Three of Three: The Beginning". Ink over graphite on Bristol board that has been affixed to black foam board that has another board stuck to the back. The image area is 10" X 15", and an overall size of 15.5" x 21.5". There is light toning, image correction in Panel 1, all text are paste-ups with some smudging and adhesive residue, a missing paste-up in Panel 5, and light moisture damage. In Very Good condition. From the Spider-Steve Collection.

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