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    John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna The Amazing Spider-Man #48 (489) Complete 22-Page Story Original Art Group of 22 (Marvel Comics, 2003). Overpowered and on the run, the web-slinger has only his wits and his courage to keep him from becoming Shathra's next meal. But with a little luck and assistance from Ezekiel, Peter is taken to Ghana -- to the holy place and power of Spiders, where he learns the tale of the first Spider-Man, Kwaku Anansi. All this and a long-awaited appearance of Mary Jane, from JRJR's height of his artistry for story telling in this complete "A Spider's Tale." Created in crisp ink over detailed graphite on bright white Marvel Comics Bristol board with image areas of 10" x 15". Light smudging, and soft handling wear. In Excellent condition.

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