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Gene Colan and Joe Sinnott Captain America #118 Story Page 20 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). It's the last page of the story, and not all is what it seems! For instance, Captain America holding the Cosmic Cube is actually the Red Skull in Cap's body. The guy with Falcon in the last panel? That's Captain America in the Red Skull's body (and some good make-up). Oh, also, this is just the second appearance for Falcon, so if you are a Sam Wilson fan, this is a hot page to get. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is assembled from two pieces of Bristol board affixed to a third piece. They are toned, there is a missing paste-up word balloon, and a second paste-up balloon is held in place with production tape. Redwing's head in the last panel was slit around the edges to allow a balloon to slide behind it. The page also has several creases in it, with some very light stains, glue reside, and a missing "Next Issue" box. In Good condition. A hi
dden bonus on the back of the page are some inked roughs for a romance comic.
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