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    Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #88 Mister Fantastic Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). This exhilarating page from "A House There Was" hails from the sunset of the Silver Age period of Jack Kirby's career at Marvel. With shape-shifting scenes of Mr. Fantastic in action, and a cameo by the Invisible Girl, this show-stopper is sure to make a treasured addition to any Kirby enthusiast's collection. This page has an image area of 10" x 15", and aside from a torn off upper left corner (outside the image area), and some light overall paper aging, the art is in Excellent condition. Inscribed and signed in the last panel, "To Jerry, a great guy -- Jack Kirby."

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2012
    22nd-24th Wednesday-Friday
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