DescriptionSteve Ditko - Amazing Spider-Man #23, page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). No one, but no one, could choreograph a superhero fist-fight ballet quite like Steve Ditko, and the ultimate street fighter was Sturdy Steve's Amazing Spider-Man! Spidey gets quite a workout when he opens a can of whup-butt on a crew of wise-guys, in "The Goblin and the Gangsters!" That's right, True Believer, the Green Goblin is on the scene, lurking just outside a window in panel two, and he bides his time to launch a counter-attack. This beautiful page is near-perfect, with only a small lettering white-out correction in panel three; this is Ditko inking at its finest! Spider-Man appears in six panels, and puts on an awesome display of his powers, shooting web-fluid, using spider-strength and speed, and sticking to the ceiling; ol' Web-head even gets in a few wise-cracks! The image area of the page measures 12.5" x 18.5", and the art is in Excellent condition. Hang loose heroes, and don't forget to bid on this mighty Marvel masterwork!
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