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    John Byrne Namor, the Sub-Mariner #7 Cover Production Material (Marvel, 1990). A striking cover by John Byrne produced in an unusual method. After doing the original pencils, Byrne photocopied them onto Duotone board to apply the shading (and re-black the top portion) by hand. It is a dramatic and memorable cover, even if the villain, "Sluj", was not. This issue saw his introduction... and also his death. The cover was produced with photocopied line art on Duotone board with an image area of 9.75" x 10". It has been personalized in the UPC box "To Terry Kavanagh". In Excellent condition. Note: Only the Duotone shading is original art.

    More information about John Byrne, also known as Byrne, John, .

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