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    Steve Ditko original artwork for The Amazing Spider-Man #27 Page 18. (Marvel, 1965) Accomplished in pencil and ink on 13.5 x 19.5 in. large comic art stock. Steve Ditko's work on his most famous co-creation (with Stan Lee) is often called one of the comic book medium's apexes of achievement. "Spider-Man" has always been Marvel's flagship symbol and their most enduring and popular character. To own an original art page from one of the original first 38 issues of the title drawn by Ditko has always been considered a "holy grail" for most collectors. Here is a very rare opportunity to obtain a nice one. On this particular page, we see "Norman Osborn" ("Green Goblin") taunting "J. Jonah Jameson" with newspaper photos of Spider-Man in battle with the Green Goblin that another newspaper scooped him on. Meanwhile, poor "Peter" can't seem to find his "Spidey" costume unwittingly hidden away by dear old "Aunt May". Great images of both Peter and Jonah on this page. Tiny amount of correction fluid in the word balloons. Otherwise, in fine condition.

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    December, 2019
    14th Saturday
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