Marvel Comics:The Avengers - Assemble 3 - Gallery Wrapped

by Marvel Comics

Item MFA0120MM

Gallery Wrapped

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  • Certificate of Authentication
  • Numbered
  • Limited Edition of 500 Canvases
  • Giclee on Canvas
  • Image Size 16 Inches Tall by 10.5 Inches Wide.
  • Overall Size 16 Inches Tall by 10.5 Inches Wide.
This is part of the Marvel Fine Art Collection. It is not hand-signed but is individually numbered and only comes gallery wrapped - ready to display, no framing required. The Marvel Certificate of Authenticity is on the back of the canvas.
The Avengers square off against the Zodiac for the good of the city. After returning from death, Thanos decided to give twelve different people, who had ambitions to rule the world, special suits which gives super-powers and making John King, as Cancer, their leader. Their mission is to steal numerous powerful items out of Earth in order to bring balance to our planet and the entire cosmos. The Zodiac team includes Gemini, Libra, Pisces, Virgo, Leo, Aquarius, and Thanos. Mark Bagley In 1983, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter created the Marvel Try-out Book to draw new talent into the comic book industry. The contest involved a deconstructed comic book in which contestants could complete the comic and submit it to Marvel. The winner would be awarded a professional assignment with Marvel. At 27 years old, Mark Bagley entered the contest and won first place for penciling. This led to a series of low profile penciling jobs including jobs for Marvel's New Universe line and backup stories in Captain America. A majority of his work during this time was for the first series of Marvel Universe Trading cards.

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