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Vinny Valenti
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Took me forever to get Banner to get out of that chair. I went with "bite lip".
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Steve Adelson
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Wally Wood, 1971


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Mark Haslett
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To touch that which Wally Wood touched... Great piece!!
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Steve Adelson
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 New commission from Emma Kubert (Joe's granddaughter)

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I like that one a lot, Steve. It kind of reminds me of Byrne's early work for some reason.
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Ms. Kubert really knows how to draw a curve.
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Eric Smearman
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Not new. Bought this page in the early 80s at a comics store in Pittsburgh.
Itís the only piece of original art Iíve ever owned.
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Eric Smearman
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Looks like I canít upload pics from my phone. Sorry.

BTW, itís page 26 of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #150 by Gil Kane, Frank
Giacoia and Mike Esposito. If I can find a way to upload pics, Iíll share it.
Mods can delete these two posts, if you like.

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Mike Baswell
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I really like that Emma Kubert piece. Thanks for sharing Steve.
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Mark Haslett
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Sounds very cool, Eric.
I tried to look up what page that is, but I don't have the issue and could only find scans of the book without ads-- meaning I can't tell which page is "page 26".

But Gil Kane Spider-Man is about as good as Spider-Man art gets. Congratulations (30 years late).
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Eric Smearman
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Mark, it's a page where Spidey's being thrashed about by a
Spider Slayer. The inking looks more like Esposito than
Giacoia, to me.

(Edited to add: Without ads, it would be page 16.)

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Ryan Maxwell
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Not mine, unfortunately, but I went to the East Bay Comic Con this morning and luckily got to the front of Larry Hamaís table just as Steve Leialoha was setting up and pulled out their joint recreation of the Silent Interlude cover. 

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