"CREATURES ON THE LOOSE" #34 COMIC BOOK PAGE ORIGINAL ART BY GEORGE PÉREZ.
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10.5x16" thin artboard has pen and ink original art by legendary Marvel and DC artist George Pérez w/inks by Frank McLaughlin for page 10 of "Creatures On The Loose" published by Marvel March 1975. Man-Wolf was showcased this issue and page features eight panels, showing John Jameson (son of J. Jonah Jameson and alter ego of the werewolf character Man-Wolf) in first panel w/Godstone ruby (source of his werewolf powers) clearly shown. Jameson recounts an encounter w/Spider-Man villain Kraven the Hunter, showing full body image of Kraven fighting Man-Wolf. His memories show him being arrested in front of his father (seen in one panel) for going AWOL. This is early Pérez art as he made his professional debut in Marvel's "Astonishing Tales" #25 (Aug. 1974) as artist of an untitled two-page Deathlok story. He soon became a Marvel regular, rising to prominence w/"The Avengers" in the mid-1970s. going on to illustrate several other Marvel titles. Stamped title at top margin along w/handwritten issue/page numbers. Back has Marvel copyright stamp and partial car pencil sketch. Artboard has some lt. handling wear w/strips of lt. tape staining at center left, top center and bottom right margins, not affecting art. Upper right has some minor age spotting, but art is o/w clean and Exc.
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