DescriptionFrank Brunner and Steve Leialoha Howard the Duck #1 Story Page 19 Spider-Man Original Art (Marvel, 1976). "Web-Foot Meets Web-Head!" Trapped in a comic that he didn't make, this issue finds "Howard the Barbarian" meeting Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man for the first time. It was inspired Marvel madness that would pay-off in big dividends for the "House of Ideas" as Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck was about to skyrocket in popularity. This last page of the story was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.5". If you didn't quite get that this book didn't take itself too seriously, check out the paste-up blurb for next issue when Howard faces... "The star-spawned threat of The Deadly Space Turnip!" Signed by Brunner in the bottom margin. There has a bit of production tape residue in the top and bottom margins. There is some glue residue in Panel 5. Bonus: On the reverse side of the board is a huge duckhead drawing presumably penciled by Brunner and inked by Leialoha! In Very Good condition.
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