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    Earl Norem Fantastic Four: The Island of Danger [Big Looker Storybook] Preliminary Original Art Group of 46 (Marvel Books, 1984). This book was stuffed full of charming and exciting images by the ever-so-talented Earl Norem! The story ranges from the high-tech tower of the FF's Baxter Building to the splendor of an island paradise. Only... not all is splendid in this paradise! The young readers tale was written by Marvel Comics veteran David Anthony Kraft (aka DAK). Rendered in graphite and blue pencil on paper with an image area of 8" x 8" per page. Some pages have photocopy paste-ups taped to the pages, and some have original art paste-ups taped to photocopies. The pages have handling and corner wear issues, but are in overall Excellent condition.


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