MARVEL COMIC ORIGINAL ART BY DON SIMPSON FEATURING SPIDER-MAN, X-MEN & FANTASTIC FOUR CHARACTERS.
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Thursday, March 14, 2019 9:00:00 PM (20 Minute Clock Begins At Thursday, March 14, 2019 9:00:00 PM)
11.5x17.5" artboard features pen and ink original art by Don Simpson, a comic book artist noted as the creator of the series "Megaton Man, Border Worlds" and "Bizarre Heroes." He has freelanced for nearly every major comic book publisher. Art was part of a five page sequence submitted to Marvel Comics' 1987-1994 Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco, but was ultimately not published. Full realized art is featured in five panels, showing Spider-Man laid out on the ground after fighting the Fantastic Four's Thing, Silver Surfer and X-Men Wolverine and Storm (who sports her 1980s mohawk). Spidey's attackers talk of the need to get rid of him, surrounding him as Spidey struggles to shake off the aftereffects of the fight. Last three panels show Spider-Man reacting in shame, believing himself to be a disappointment to his Aunt May, w/last two panels being flashback to when Spider-Man let the burglar go, who then goes on to kill his beloved Uncle Ben, whose murder is shown in last panel as Aunt May watches. Simpson has signed art in black felt tip pen at lower right, adding "'90" date and "To Brian - Best!" inscription. Exc.
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