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    Werner Roth and John Tartaglione X-Men #33 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Professor Xavier's step-brother, the Juggernaut, gets the entire splash page to himself, so Stan Lee lets him give the expository dialog to catch the reader up on events. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 17.5" (not including indicia). There is a small 1" rip in the top margin, but not into the image area. The header and top caption bubble are both paste-up. The page is slightly tanned with minor handling and wear, and a touch of glue residue near the indicia paste-up and in the title "Into The Crimson Cosmos!". Overall in Very Good condition.

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