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Strange Tales Annual 2 pg 16 (Marvel, 1963) Spidey & Torch by Kirby & Ditko

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Title: Strange Tales Annual 2 pg 16 (Marvel, 1963) Spidey & Torch by Kirby & Ditko
Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Artists: Jack  Kirby (penciller)
Steve  Ditko (inker)

Here is your opportunity to own a PUBLISHED, VERY EARLY APPEARANCE of the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!!! This comic hit the NEWSSTANDS the SAME DAY as ASM #4 !! This battle-action page features 2 of the most popular heroes from the dawn of Marvel's Silver Age teaming up for the very 1st time with Jack 'King' Kirby pencils and inks by Spider-Man co-creator 'Sturdy' Steve Ditko --the very same team who created the iconic cover for Amazing Fantasy #15 ! !  Spider-Man was so popular when he premiered in the summer of '62 that he was quickly given his own self-titled series, and Marvel continued to make their mark by crossing popular characters over into each other's titles. The teaming of Spider-Man and the Human Torch was not only destined to happen but the characters had only encountered each other once before in the pages of ASM #1 and THIS PAGE is from the 1st of their numerous solo team-ups without the rest of the FF. Both heroes are well known for their 'witty battle-banter' and this page delivers with Spider-Man in every single panel and the Torch appearing in 4 of 7 panels. Both heroes use their distinctive powers on this page --Spider-Man's webbing and Spider-Sense and Torch's flame powers!! Early Marvel pages of this significance rarely see the light of day --and there have NEVER been public offerings of any Amazing Spider-Man artwork before ASM #6, which makes this a TRULY RARE opportunity! Rendered in ink over graphite on LARGE SIZE Bristol board and in great condition.




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