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    Jackson Guice and Bob Layton - Original Art for X-Factor #1, page 41 (Marvel, 1986). Rusty Collins, a young mutant and a sailor in port in San Diego, goes to a strip club with CPO Fisher, is kissed by and accidentally burns a girl. He is arrested, threatened by Fisher, then he breaks out of prison. Fisher calls on X-Factor, a group who poses as mutant hunters for hire, while actually protecting the mutants they catch, who take the boy in. This page, penciled by Jackson Guice and inked by Guice and writer of the series, Bob Layton, shows X-Factor handing CPO Fisher the bill for services due, much to his chagrin. The page features X-Men Beast, Cyclops, Jean Grey, and the Angel. The overall page size is 11" x 16.5" with a 10" x 15" image area. The art shows some wear and tear, especially around the word balloons and type boxes, which are stained due to aging. Also, there is a stain at the right in the bottom panel, and the top edge has been cut in an uneven angle, and three of the corners have also been cut, to prepare the art for printing. Still, the art is clean and crisp, with a lot of detail to keep your eyes occupied.

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