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    Jim Lee and Joe Rubinstein Uncanny X-Men #257 Story Page 8 Wolverine Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Jim Lee's art revitalized Marvel's mutant money-maker in the 1990s. This page features a very confused Jubilee, as Wolverine keeps talking to hallucinations of Carol Danvers (aka Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel), and Nick Fury. This was during the period that Wolverine's healing factor had shut down, and he was disguised as "Patch". The page was created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25".

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