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    John Romita, Jr. Spider-Man Sketch Original Art (2004).
    Of all the Modern era artists who tried their hand at the ASM, few were better than John Romita, Jr. Son of one of the defining artists of Spider-Man, Romita Jr. has forged his own distinctive and highly effective style, evident here in this convention sketch. Measuring approximately 10" x 15" overall, and drawn in black marker on Bristol, this is a piece no Spidey-collector can pass up. In Excellent condition and signed at the center right.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2014
    23rd Sunday
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