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    Ron Wilson and Joe Sinnott - Original Cover Art for Marvel's Greatest Comics #58 (Marvel, 1975). This dramatic cover was used for the reprint of Jack Kirby's story from Fantastic Four #76, wherein the FF battled the Psycho-Man's awesome android. Joe Sinnott's inks on Ron Wilson's pencils continued the legacy of excellence Sinnott had established with his inking on the Fantastic Four with Jack Kirby. Measuring approximately 11.5" x 17.25" overall and in very good condition, there is some discoloration present, but this does little to detract from the overwhelming eye-appeal of this great cover! Exceptional images of the Human Torch, The Thing, and Mr. Fantastic dominate this cover design.

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    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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