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    Jim Lee and Scott Williams Uncanny X-Men #268 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1990). Logan bumps into Baron Strucker in this page from the first issue of Jim Lee's classic run as regular penciler on Uncanny X-Men. Guest starring Black Widow and Captain America, the Chris Claremont story "Madripoor Knights" flashes back to 1941, with Wolverine and Cap trying to save a young Natasha Romanoff from Strucker and Hydra, while at the present, Psylocke teams with Logan and Widow to battle against Strucker's children. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image size of 10" x 15". Light handling wear and signed by the artists below the image area. In Excellent condition.

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