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    James Fry and Chris Ivy Spider-Man Team-Up #5 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1996). Howard the Duck and Spider-Man (the Ben Reilly incarnation) are on the case in a counter-siege against a tenured Marvel villain, the Ringmaster, and his Circus of Crime. All this, and a murderous elf, or dwarf, too. High-contrast, cinematic page composition, signed below by Fry. From a story, "Sideshow," that sort-of reunited writer Steve Gerber with his estranged original creation of the 1970s, Howard the Duck. There is an informal connection between this yarn and a Gerber original, "Specimen Q," in Codename: Stryke Force #14 (Image Comics, 1995). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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