The Marvel Age of Comics
Here’s Gil Kane’s pencils and the final inked page by John Romita from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #123. The story goes that the original pencils were lost, so Romita had to ink them from photocopies, resulting in him making more changes and adjustments than was typical.

Here’s Gil Kane’s pencils and the final inked page by John Romita from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #123. The story goes that the original pencils were lost, so Romita had to ink them from photocopies, resulting in him making more changes and adjustments than was typical.

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