Stan Lee Signed Original Marvel Artworks Giclee Canvas Comic Dr. Strange Stephen
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Stan Lee Signed Original Marvel Artworks Giclee Canvas Comic Dr. Strange Stephen:
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We here at ARTS-N-Sports are PROUD to present the GORGEOUS work of Marvel Artworks, signed by the great Stan Lee! AP Numbered out of an EXTREMELY RARE edition. This piece is absolutely GORGEOUS.
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A piece of comic book history, this limited edition print, drawn by Roger Cruz, depicts an amazing depiction of Dr. Strange. Cruz started his professional career as a letterer for a Brazilian publishing house; then worked as a writer and art assistant for a short-lived black and white comics magazine. When Art & Comics Studio first introduced Brazilian artists to the American comic book market, he was given the opportunity to work as an artist for Marvel Comics on the titles Ghost Rider, Hulk, X-Men Avengers: Timeslide and Silver Surfer. "Marvel Adventures: Super Heroes #5" is a limited edition giclee on canvas from an AP edition by Roger Cruz presented by Marvel Comics, hand signed by the great Stan Lee! This piece was custom framed using acid free materials and is ready to hang. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 27" x 38" (with frame); 21.5" x 32.5" (image).
Original Retail Price: $1,750.00
Unlike other Sellers on , these are NOT stock photos. This is the ACTUAL painting you will be receiving. I have it in my possession, and it is ready to be shipped!
First known as Timely Publications in 1939, then
Atlas Comics in the 1950s, the comic book empire known as Marvel Comics came
into being in 1961 with the launch of the first Fantastic Four. With the
help of creative geniuses Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Marvel produced 831 comic
books, each with at least one new superhero, during the 1960s. Known for
focusing on characterization and placing heroes in a real-world context,
Marvel's popularity with comic book readers continued to rise through the
decades. Soon, Marvel was sporting a veritable pantheon of pop culture icons,
including Spider-Man, Iron Man, the X-Men, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, and
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