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    Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott - Fantastic Four #101, page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1970). The collector of Marvel Bronze Age art, and Fantastic Four art in particular, will want to take a long look at this beauty! The page spotlights two of the most dynamic Marvel characters ever, the Thing and the Human Torch. Add to that a great plot twist: the Maggia has just bought the Baxter Building, the FF's headquarters, forcing the heroes to face eviction from their sanctuary. Only Reed Richards, Mr. Fantastic, can calm down his outraged teammates in this scene from "Bedlam at the Baxter Building." Cameos by Sue Richards (the Invisible Girl), Franklin Richards, Crystal, and Alicia Masters round out a superb group portrait of the entire FF family! The page shines with the polish that Joe Sinnott, Kirby's best inker in the minds of many fans, brought to the "King's" pencils -- Joe Sinnott-inked pages of Kirby's pencils on the FF are always in high demand and scant supply! The image area of this page is 10" x 15", and the art is in Excellent condition. As a bonus, the art has been matted alongside color reproductions of the printed page, and the cover of this issue. Face Front!

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