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Merchantville, NJ 08109
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Avengers 32 Cover (Marvel, 1966) Twice-Up Early Team Battle Cover

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Title: Avengers 32 Cover (Marvel, 1966) Twice-Up Early Team Battle Cover
Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Cover
Artists: Don  Heck (all)

Large Art and not only one of the earliest Avengers covers offered for sale but also one of the earliest existing Avengers covers!! Featuring the full roster of Captain America, Hawkeye, Wasp and and oversized Goliath in battle vs Sons of the Serpent (their 1st Appearance), interiors introduced biophysicist Bill Foster (who becomes Black Goliath/Giant Man)! Twice-Up Marvel covers are just getting more difficult to pry from collector hands, and a prime-time title as the Avengers even more so --but couple this with the fact that it's truly one of Don's best early efforts in the Marvel Bullpen with multiple large figures prominently featured battling and in great condition�don't miss this opportunity ! Mentioned as one of the "Thousand Comics You Must Read" in the same named book. Just "replace the KKK's white sheets with snake costume motifs; real life social concerns are part and parcel of Marvel Comics and highlighting these social concerns connected Marvel to high school and college students alike, not just juvenile readers. This cover image is featured in several exhibits worldwide that make note and use it as an example of Marvel's agenda to highlight discrimination as a social issue.

**And remember that this and all high end artwork may be purchased with time payments --trade considered as well! Email me at [email protected] and let's discuss...