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The full authentic art work for a ten-page Doctor Strange comedian by Stan Lee and Marie Severin is at auction from Heritage Auctions. Marie Severin was probably the most outstanding girl artist at Marvel Comics on the time,n and this story comes from Strange Tales, the sequence that Doctor Strange, from 1967, combating a continuing risk to Doctor Strange, The Mindless Ones. At time of writing, it has bids of $17,500 and can go below the hammer between November the 18th and twenty first.

Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin 1967 Story For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale
Full Original Art For Stan Lee/Marie Severin Doctor Strange For Sale

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Marie Severin Strange Tales #153 Complete 10-Page Story “Alone, Against the Mindless Ones!” Doctor Strange Original Art (Marvel, 1967). Umar lures Doctor Strange into battle with the Mindless Ones to rescue Clea from a mystic jail. The Master of the Mystic Arts is tricked by Umar and rescues a Mindless One disguised as Clea, dealing with loss of life in his weakened state. A “spellbinding” story created at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on Bristol board with picture areas of 12.5″ x 18.75″. Slight firming, residue staining from a lacking emblem paste-up, staple holes within the prime margin and pinholes within the panel borders, marginal notes, blue pencil editorial marks, whiteout corrections, with staining and smudging/dealing with put on. Overall, in Very Good situation. Includes a replica of the comedian.

 

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