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    Steve Ditko and Paul Reinman - Original Art for Tales of Suspense #49, page 2 (Marvel, 1963). Angel becomes the first of the X-Men to cross over into another comic title when he meets Iron Man. This page depicts their first actual meeting as Iron Man strains his jets to warn Angel away from the atomic explosion in panel six. This page depicts our heroes in action in all but the last panel, making this a real showcase piece. Paul Reinman uses a light touch to ink Steve Ditko's refined pencils. Ditko's no-key Spider-Man pages sell for $5,000 and up, so what does that make this key X-Men crossover worth? Overall size is approximately 14"x 20". Image size is approximately 13" x 19".

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    October, 2002
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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