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    Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin Amazing Spider-Man 1994 Trading Cards #10-18 "Venom Subset" Illustration Original Art (Marvel/Fleer, 1994). This spectacular subset of nine cards was produced as one huge piece of artwork so the cards would match-up to re-form this image. It has nine images of Venom (and an appearance by Spider-Man and the Guardsman) all produced by Amazing Spider-artist Mark Bagley! This art was also released as an uncut sheet, randomly inserted into some cases of cards, sent to retailers. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 21". Production tape in the margins, with some minor corner/edge wear. Overall in Excellent condition.

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